Mega Draw – Latest Progress


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The Board of Directors are pleased to report that sales of our 125th Anniversary Draw tickets have now reached 500. With the first draw only weeks away it is vital that this momentum is maintained and we have therefore set a target of an additional 100 tickets sold by 15th March. Further updates will be provided on the progress chart above, in due course.

Anyone who intends to purchase a ticket, either individually or with work colleagues or friends, is asked to do so as soon as possible. You can click the banner at the top of this page for full details of the prizes on offer.

Tickets can be bought by either cheque/cash or if it is more convenient by direct debit using the mandate on the reverse of the ticket. Completed tickets can be returned to any Director or the club office at Mourneview Park, Mourneview Avenue, Lurgan BT66 8EW. Thank you for you continued support.

Young Players Get U17 Call-up

Congratulations to Conor McKendry and Shayne Lavery who have been selected for the N Ireland Under-17 squad for the forthcoming UEFA U17 Championship Elite Round Group 3 Mini Tournament in the Netherlands.

The local lads are scheduled to play Belgium on 12th March, the hosts two days later on the 14th, finishing with a game against Georgia on 17th March. The squad is managed by Jim Magilton, assisted by David Healy and Maik Taylor.

Lotto: 5, 10, 16, 21

There were just three ‘Match 3′ winners tonight so the Jackpot rolls over again and will be worth £2100 next week.

By the way, have you got a ticket for the 125th Anniversary Mega Draw yet? With a mammoth top prize of £20,000 and with tickets costing only £10 per month by direct debit, you wouldn’t want to miss it! Click the picture below for details of how to join.woolly_mammoth_4

Young Blues Make the Final

Congratulations to the Glenavon Youth team on making it to the final of the prestigious Harry Cavan Youth Cup. A hat trick from prolific young striker Shayne Lavery and a double from midfielder Martin O’Lali saw the young Blues through 5-2 against St. Oliver Plunkett in tonight’s semi-final at Seaview.

Shayne Lavery in action earlier in the season. Photo by Alan Weir

Shayne Lavery in action earlier in the season. Photo by Alan Weir

The win sets up the prospect of a great final with Linfield Rangers who saw off Dungannon Swifts Youth 4-0 in tonight’s other semi final at Mourneview Park.