Lotto campaign










Ballinora GAA Club seek support of our club members and wider community to participate in a fun lotto fundraising initiative. The GAA, LGFA and Camogie clubs are working together on this key fundraising initiative to help raise much needed funds for capital facilities investment at Ballinora and Ballymah facilities.The funds raised from Lotto will be ring fenced for these facilities and will be driven by our development sub-committee. The lotto fundraising will allow us to focus other income sources for operational expenses to ensure Your Club continues to provide great fun and fulfilment for members and community.

We have in excess of 300 playing members, run successful summer camps and support the training of our members in the community. The GAA club has always been central to the Ballinora way of life, and never more so than in recent years. Virtually every family in the parish is involved in one way or another in club activities.

The very large number of juvenile players from 6 to 16 are being excellently coached and catered for by the club and in addition to these the minor, U21 and junior teams involve a constantly expanding membership. Cultural, social, political and indoor sporting activities are now at an all time high in the area thanks to the facilities of the new Club Hall. The local Camogie Club, I.C.A., Red Cross and Scouts work in close co-operation with the club.

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