Swinford Notes 5th June, 2021

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Swinford GAA

Swinford GAA 50/50 draw
The club 50/50 draw was held in Moores and Ewan Murphy won €426
Envelopes are available in business premises in town and online through www.swinfordgaa.ie where tickets can be purchased in bundles of 10/25/52 weeks or from club officers.
The next draw will be in  Whitehouse on 8th June. Draw envelopes available for €2 each or 3 for €5.
The club will like to thank everyone for their support.
9th June 7-30pm
East Mayo Junior
Swinford v Ballaghadereen

10th June 7pm

Under 13

Ardmoy v Swinford


11th June 7pm

Under 17

Swinford v Ardnaree


12th June 7pm

East Mayo Centenary Cup

Ballyhaunis v Swinford


15th June 7pm

Under 15

Castlebar Mitchels v Swinford

16th June 7-30pm

East Mayo Junior Championship

Bohola Moy Davitts v Swinford


17th June

Under 13

Swinford v Charlestown


18th June 7pm

Under 17

The Neale v Swinford

Swinford Community Lotto

The numbers drawn were

1,7,12 & 26

Prize Winners

€70 Pat Campbell Cloonfinane

€70 G Mooney, Attymachugh

There was No jackpot winner.

Next weeks Jackpot is €19,600

Tickets can now be purchased on line, County wide and worldwide for each draw, 26 weeks €50, 52 weeks €100.

Computer and Business Courses in Swinford

Further Education Centre, Dublin Road, Swinford F12 DC93 

 Unemployed due to Covid-19?  At a crossroads in your life? Want to change your career path? 

Take the first step and apply to one of the accredited Computer and Business courses due to commence in September 2021. The courses are free and provide unemployed adults with the opportunity of returning to education, updating their skills, and improving their employment prospects. 



Adults who are over 21 and in receipt of social welfare for at least 6 months are eligible to apply. Participants aged under 26 may be entitled to the maximum jobseeker’s rate of €203 per week. Childcare support is also available 


For further information, contact Emer at 086 0610009 or email emermullins@msletb.ie 

Author: Douglas Kelly

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