Club Draw

We have recently launched our annual Club Draw worth €10,000 and tickets are now on sale from club officers. We will hold our next two draws in the clubhouse on Wednesday December 20th with €850 worth of prizes up for grabs in each draw. Proceeds from the draw go towards the running costs and future development of the club so your support is greatly appreciated.

Prizes as follows

Top Monthly Prize of €300
Additional prizes of 3 X €100 and 5 X €50

Tickets are only €5 per month and are payable by direct debit, annually, quarterly or monthly. No roll overs…just guaranteed winners!

Draws 1 and 2 Winners

Draw 1 and 2  took place on Wednesday 6th December and the following are the winners:
Draw 1
€300  Liam Lyons, Kilmorna
€100  Patrick Nolan, Charles St.
€100  Jim Nolan, Moyvane South
€100  Sean Healy, Woodford.
€50    P.J. Kenny, Luachra Rd.,
€50    Ed Walsh, Clounmacon.
€50    Brendan Whelan, Banemore.
€50    Eamonn Carroll, William St.
€50    William Stack, Cahirdown

Draw 2
€300 Jim Whyte, Ashfield.
€100  Edmund Hayes, Gortnaminch.
€100 Emmets U12 Girls
€100 Mike & Breda Broderick Greenville
€50    Paul Carty, Dirha Cottages.
€50    Michael O’Connell, Curraghatoosane.
€50    John McAuliffe, Hollytree Drive
€50    Denis Walsh, The Advertiser.
€50    Cathal Henigan, William St.

Congratulations to all the winners.

41 Card Drive

Our 41 Card Drive takes place every Wednesday night at 9pm in the Clubhouse. New players are always welcome so please come along and bring a friend.


Weekly dancing at the clubhouse every Monday evening from 6.30pm. Please contact Monty Boyd if you are interested in taking part.

Bernard O’Callaghan Senior Championship FinalEamon O’ Donoghue Memorial Perpetual Cup
Sponsored by McMunns Restaurant Ballybunion

Ballydonoghue 1-13 V Ballyduff 1-04

A huge crowd descended on Frank Sheehy Park on Sunday last to witness Ballydonoghue capture their second North Kerry Senior Championship in as many years. We would like to thank all stewards and indeed any one that helped us out on the day. We are delighted with how everything went off. Congratulations to Ballydonoghue!