500 Club Draws Made

The draw for the 500 club for the months of October and November took place recently, with the list of winners published below. 
 
The 500 club remains as a key fundraiser for our club, with draws taking place each month paying out €1,200. The cost of joining the 500 club is €20 per month or €240 for a year, with membership of the club also granted after three years.
 
 
OCT WINNERS
1ST €500 David Goulden Ballymote
2nd €100 Brian Lucey Kilcolgan, Galway
3rd €100 Maurice Mulligan Ranelagh, Dublin 6
4th €100 Diarmuid Burke Darmouth Sq., Dublin 6
5th €100 Pharma Steel Supplies Collooney
6th €100 Thomas Clarke Coolaney
7th €50 Robert Maxwell Lisdoogan, Sligo
8th €50 Sean Murtagh Ballymote
9th €50 Treacy McCormack St. Joseph's Terrace
10th €50 Cathal Stevenson Knocknahur, Sligo
 
NOV WINNERS
1ST €500 Stephen McLaughlin Castlebar
2nd €100 Brian Scanlon Moloway Place, Sligo
3rd €100 Gerry Foley Glencar
4th €100 Dermot James Holywell Rd.
5th €100 Marie Martin Hazelwood
6th €100 Tony Mulligan Ballincar
7th €50 Mark Keane Carney
8th €50 Bryan Kilfeather Rosses Point
9th €50 Roe Finnegan Woodville, Sligo
10th €50 Michael Cox Strandhill Rd.
 
If you wish to join the 500 club you can contact Michael Clancy on 087 2388215 or alternatively the club on 071-9171212.

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