St Kevin’s GAA is holding a fundraising initiative, in association with Mid-Louth Garage, where the first prize is a brand-new CASE Puma 165 Multicontroller or the €100,000 cash alternative.
The tractor boasts the highest specs with the following features: 6 Cylinder FPT engine, 50KM/H transmission, full powershift, 4 electric spools, bar axle, front suspension, cab suspension, air brakes, front linkage, telescopic split mirrors, LED work lights.
Chairperson Bob Doheny has been “astounded” with the nationwide response to the draw thus far.
He said: “We can’t believe the enormous interest and sales for this draw. I can’t express our appreciation enough for the supportive messages throughout the country.”
Where to purchase tickets
You can purchase tickets for €50 online here or by phone: call Bob at 0860489775. Alternatively, you can purchase your entry in Dunleer Post Office, Thomas Clare Acct, both in Dunleer, Co. Louth, or contact Mid Louth Garages at 0416853356.
The draw will take place on June 7th, 2021, which leaves only a few short weeks to purchase a ticket for this phenomenal prize.
About St Kevin’s GAA
In the last couple of years, St. Kevin’s GAA has gone from strength to strength with its recent successful development of their grounds and facilities and are the proud home for all codes in the GAA.
You can access information regarding the club and the tractor on their website or Facebook page. Alternatively, contact the club by email – [email protected]
The deadline for club registration is April 21st, 2021 to “facilitate a return to play on April 26th, 2021”.
Fees for the 2021 season:
- Full adult membership: €75.00;
- Family membership: €200.00;
- Juvenile membership: €60.00;
- Nursery membership: €30.00;
- Walking track membership: €30.00;
- Over 60s membership: €20.00.
The GAA has introduced a new membership system called Foireann. If you had a return to play account, use your login details to sign in. Alternatively, create a new account and complete your registration.
Meanwhile, in other related news, Cork-based Michael Kennedy, recently released a brand-new song documenting the Gaelic culture entitled, A Song for The GAA.