GAA LOTTO: The following numbers were drawn at last Sunday’s GAA Lotto:
2-22-23-24. The Jackpot of €2,450 was not won. Next week’s Jackpot
will be €2,500. The two €50 winners were: Margaret Mulvihill,
Castleshannon and Trish Daughton, Marian Park. The €25 winner was Margaret
Flaherty, C/o Taidhg.

GAA SOCIAL: The Ballyheigue GAA Social will take place on Saturday 27th
February (note change of date) in the White Sands Hotel. Tickets are
available from club officers.

KERRY HURLERS: The Kerry Senior Hurlers were defeated by Cork in the
Munster League at Mallow on Sunday. Final score Kerry 0-18 and Cork 1-20.
The Ballyheigue Club was represented on the team by Philip Lucid. This was
a good display by the Kerry team.

GAA MEMBERSHIP: Child Under-10 fee €20. Youth’s from 11 to 18 years of age
fee €30. One Adult and children fee €80. Two Adults and children fee
€100. Senior Members fee €50. OAP’s fee €20. For an additional €50 on any
of the above membership fees it will entitle you to two lotto tickets
weekly for the year.

BALLYHEIGUE JUVENILE: AGM will take place on Wednesday 20th of January at
8.00pm in the Club Rooms. Could all Coaches please attend. All parents are
welcome to attend. Thanks.

COURSING LOTTO: The following numbers were drawn on Monday 4th January 2016
in the Ballyheigue District Coursing Club Lotto: 2-6-17-23. Jackpot was
not won. The €50 winner was: Maurice J. Harmon, C/o Macs. The €25 winners
were: Judy Coachman, C/o Kitty; John O’Hara, C/o Christina and Mary Hayes,
C/o Christina. Next week’s Jackpot €3,100.

CAUSEWAY CAMOGIE NEWS: At the recently held A.G.M. the following officers
were elected Chairperson Ernest Hanly, Secretary Ann Kearney, Treasurer
Catherine Burke, PRO Teresa Reil O’ Connor, Registrar Gina O’Donoghue.
Training will resume in the coming weeks for all age groups. If you are
interested in training any age group please contact a member of the
committee. All help will be greatly appreciated.

CANCER SUPPORT: Recovery Haven, walking group is starting again on Tuesday
12th January. They meet at 5 Haig’s Terrace, Tralee at 10.30am for an
hour’s walk which is specially tailored for those recovering from cancer.
“Physical activity helps to reduce the symptoms of fatigue, the
side-effects of cancer treatments, and improves your overall wellbeing and
heart health” Irish Cancer Society. Also The Men’s Cancer Society Group
will hold it first meeting of 2016 on Wednesday 16th at 7 – 9.00pm. All
men dealing with cancer welcome. Please contact Siobhan on 066-7192122.

JRI AMERICA INC.: who established a Software Development Operation in
Tralee, Co. Kerry in 2011 are gearing up for the next phase of growth in
Tralee with a move to new, larger premises at Kerry Technology Park in the

The new premises were officially opened this morning *January 11th 2016*
*Tralee* by Minister for Diaspora Affairs, Jimmy Deenihan TD.