Athea Utd Soccer

Athea Utd Soccer Awards Night

Reminder that the schoolboys and girls, awards night is on Friday night week,  22nd November, in the Top of the Town at 9:30. Music entertainment on the night will be provided by DJ Pat O Donnell. Sure to be a great night for all involved.

Junior result:
Athea United 4.  Carrig Celtic B. 0
Half Time Score: 2:0
Mareks Snah, Ronan Hayes, Conor Mullane, Jack Vaughan, Pa Kiely, Ger Collins, Podge Horgan, Morgan O’Connor, Stephen McKenry, Cillian O’Connor, James Ryan.
Subs: Brian O’Connor, Liam Horgan, Darren Murphy, Mark Horgan and Jamie Sheehan.
Scorers: Cillian O’Connor, Patrick and James Ryan. 


The results of our weekly lottery draw for Monday, November 18th. are as follows- Jackpot was €10,200.

Numbers drawn: 1, 6, 14, 32. No Jackpot Winner.

Lucky Dips to the following:-

Ned Hanlon, Athea

Alice Healy, Shanagolden

Denise & Emily, Markievicz Park

Damien O’Dwyer, Ardagh

Mary Lane, Kilmorna

Sellers: Margaret Dalton & Agatha Barrett

New Jackpot €10,300 at Donie’s Bar on Monday, November 25th.

Athea GAA

Club Draw:

The 6th leg of the GAA Club draw was held on Friday night last at Brown Joe’s. The winners were –

€500-Joe and Patricia Kelly, Kilmorna.

Seller: Roger Ryan.

€200-Mary and Chris Brouder, Colbert St.

Seller: John Hunt.

€150-Gerard Ahern, Rathronan.

Seller: G. Ahern

€100-Diarmuid Collins, Templeathea.

Seller: Matthew Tierney.

€100-Marian and Dick Chawke, Gortnagross.

Seller: Martin Chawke.

€100-Donal Leahy, Lower Rd.

Seller: John Hunt.

€100-Seán O’Connor, Knocknasna.

Seller: Neilus Hunt.

€80-Julie and Ger O’Connor, Dalton St.

Seller: Martin Chawke.

€50 Sellers Prize: Dan McMahon.

Well done to all the lucky winners. There are still more draws left to go, so do not “despair” yet.


Athea GAA are aiming to develop a 5 year strategic plan. Everyone in the community will be given the opportunity to air their views, give ideas and have a say. Members and non-members are welcome to the meeting in the hall on Wednesday, December 11th from 7.30—9.30pm. We want parents, organisations, youth – everyone is welcome as there is a lot in ‘the Pipeline’ that needs to be discussed.