Soccer Club increases the prizes in their Lotto

Soccer Club increases the prizes in their Lotto

From this week on the Coachford AFC Lotto Jackpot will go up by €200 each week if it’s not won. The Lucky Dip prizes will also increase and there will be one €40 prize and four €20 prizes given out each week. As well as the prize fund increase the numbers in the lotto have also been expanded from 30 to 36. Tickets are available in all shops and pubs in the village and are still only €2 each.

There was no winner in the soccer lotto this week. The numbers drawn were.3, 14, and 25. The  lucky Dip winners were Geraldine Barry Murphy, Kevin Cullinane, Martin Griffin, Michael O’Riordan and Jonathan Miller  The Jackpot  will be  €1,400 next week and the draw will take place in Hogans bar.

Tom Walsh, DCE Computers presents Dara Herlihy , Captain of Coachford Under 11s with their new jerseys


Well done to all the schoolboys who took part in a busy weekend for the Coachford/Killanardrish club. The club enjoyed three fantastic wins in three days. First up were the under 13s who played  a local Derby in Macroom on Saturday. The country boys emerged victorious by 4-1 after a tough and close encounter. Goals from Aaron Doherty, Luke Casey Jack Murphy and Jack Oldham helped the boys remain undefeated so far this season. Next up were the under 11s on Sunday when they entertained Richmond in Coachford. The Home team wearing their new strip, sponsored by DCE computers played the better football throughout and won by 3 goals to 1. The Under 12s enjoyed an emphatic victory on Monday when they traveled to Rockmount. The boys put six past the Whitechurch side and also kept a clean sheet. This weekend the Under 12s play Riverstown on Saturday in Carrigadrohid at 1.15pm in the league. On the adult side of the club the premier team enjoyed a wonderful win over Glen Celtic in the 2nd round of the Munster Junior Cup. The game finished 1-1 after extra time but Coachford won 4-3 in the penalty shootout. The B team were narrow losers in the 3rd of the AOH Cup when they went down to Waterloo by two goals to one. This weekend, after all the cup action during the last few weeks the premier team play their first league game of the season when they entertain Castleview on Saturday at the Glebe at 2.00pm.The B team travel to Glanworth for their league game which is also fixed for 2pm on Saturday.

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