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Weekly Update 11/06/18

posted 11 Jun 2018, 05:40 by St Patricks GAA Sligo   [ updated 11 Jun 2018, 05:40 ]
Joker Jackpot 
St Pat's Joker Jackpot now stands @ €1800 as the jackpot was not won in the latest draw. 
Next draw takes place in Rafters Bar on Saturday June 16th @ 10pm. 
The club thank your for your continued support. 
Tickets available from all usual outlets.  
A new yearly Joker Jackpot ticket is now available which ensure you are entered into every draw for the next year at a reduced cost of €45. 
Contact Nigel on 086-8234898 or Claire on 086-1763298 for further details.  
 
Club Membership 
Supporters Membership for 2018 is now due. For further details contact Mark on 087-6183392. or any committee member.
Winners in recent membership were Declan Kevany, & Peter Burns. 

Senior Team News 
St Pat's hosted St Michaels in the league on Sunday last but it was the vistors that ran out winners.
St Pats return to Benson Cup action on Sunday next with a home game against Castleconnor @ 1pm.  
     
    U16's Team News 
   St Pat's/St Farnan's  league campaign will resume with a home game against Shamrock Gaels on the 25th of June.   
   
    U14's Team News
   St Pat's play away to St John's on Thursday June 14th @ 7pm.                   
  
    U 12's Team News
   St Pat's play away to Enniscrone/Kilglass on Tuesday June 19th @ 7pm

    U10's/8's Team News  
    St Pat's host St Michael's  on Wednesday evening June 6th @ 7pm.

    G.A.A Cúl Camp 
    St Pat's will host the Kelloggs Cúl camp from 30th of July till 3rd of August.

St Patrick's G.A.A  Club Shop. 
St Pats club shop in association with O Neills. For all club replica   jerseys, socks,short available in all sizes.
Sweatshirts, polo shirts,and much more also available. For further details please check stpatricks.sligo.gaa.ie
     
    Date For Your Dairy  
    St Pat's will host a community Blood Donation Clinic in the Community Centre on Thursday June 28th from 
    5pm till 8.30pm. Some important information regarding blood donation. Only 3% of the eligible Irish population give blood,providing 
    blood for a population of over four million. 3000 blood donors are needed each week in Ireland. One in four people will need a 
    blood transfusion at some point in their life. All are welcome to attend.
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