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Second Laois GAA €130 Draw as €31,500 in prize money is given out

The second Laois GAA County Board draw took place on Friday evening with the top prize of €10,000 being won by Gordan Fogarty from Borris-Kilcotton.

In all €31,500 in prize money was handed out in what was the second of four monthly draws.

The draw is a massive fundraiser for Laois GAA clubs with €115 out of every ticket sold (after the levy) going to the club and the remainder to Laois GAA.

The second prize of €5,000 went to John Traynor and Rory Laffere from St Joseph’s with third prize of €3,000 going to Collette Lyons from Ballyroan-Abbey.

There was also two prizes of €1,500, one prize of €1,000, nine prizes of €500 and 20 prizes of €250.

A total of 25 clubs had winners in this draw as the prizes were spread around the county.

The Harps had the most with three while St Joseph’s, Ballyroan-Abbey, Rosenallis, Park-Ratheniska, Portlaoise, Ballypickas, Timahoe and Annanough had two each.

You can check out the full list of winners below.

The next draw is being held on Friday, June 3.

  1. Gordan Fogarty (Borris-Kilcotton) – €10,000
  2.  John Traynor and Rory Lafferre (St Joseph’s) – €5,000
  3.  Collette Lyons (Ballyroan-Abbey) – €3,000
  4.  Jim and Geraldine Flanagan (Rosenallis) – €1,500
  5.  Mark Lennon (The Harps) – €1,500
  6.  Mary Rankin (Park-Ratheniska) – €1,000
  7.  Ciaran McEvoy (Portlaoise) – €500
  8.  Adrian and Mairead Fitzpatrick (Ballinakill) – €500
  9.  Tom Lawlor (Shanahoe) – €500
  10.  Eimear Mac Cumhall (Park-Ratheniska) – €500
  11.  James A Ryan (Errill) – €500
  12.  Shane Smyth (Portlaoise) – €500
  13.  Cathal Fitzpatrick (Abbeyleix) – €500
  14.  Jamie Hickey (Clonaslee) – €500
  15.  Padraig Maher (Portarlington) – €500
  16.  Johnathan Hackett (Emo) – €250
  17.  James Doogue (Graiguecullen) – €250
  18.  Kevin and Miriam Hosey (Arles-Killeen) – €250
  19.  Harry Allen (Ballyfin) – €250
  20.  David Delaney (Stradbally) – €250
  21.  Elaine and John Prior (The Harps) – €250
  22.  Carter Family (Ballypickas) – €250
  23.  Martin and Ann Devitt (Timahoe) – €250
  24.  Matty Hyland (Annanough) – €250
  25.  Eoghan O’Hora (O’Dempsey’s) – €250
  26.  Tom Dunne (Kilcavan) – €250
  27.  Mikey John Moore (Camross) – €250
  28.  Maggie Kavanagh (Timahoe) – €250
  29.  Dara Phelan (Ballyroan) – €250
  30.  Michael Malone (Ballypickas) – €250
  31.  Walter Murphy (Rosenallis) – €250
  32.  Canal Cafe (Annanough) – €250
  33.  Grainne Crosby (St Joseph’s) – €250
  34.  Ann Fox (The Rock) – €250
  35.  Noreen Joyce (The Harps) – €250

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Stradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016.