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LOTTO RESULTS 27-02-2017

 

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Winning Numbers Drawn

 

Monday 27th February 2017.

 

5, 13, 26, 30

 

0 Match 3 Winners:

 

2 Lucky Dip Winners €30 each:

Nora Morrow, Upperchurch.

Andy Kinnane, Gurthnahalla.

 

Next Draw Monday 6th March 2017

 

Jackpot  –    €2,900

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LOTTO RESULTS 13-02-2017

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Winning Numbers Drawn

 

Monday 13th February 2017.

 

2, 10, 12, 21

 

4 Match 3 Winners €30 each:

 

Nora Shanahan, Ballyboy

Jodie Kennedy, Ballycahill

Phil Bourke, Upperchurch Village

Breda Ryan, Moakland

 

Next Draw Monday 21st February 2017

 

Jackpot  –    €2,700

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Upland Players Present “The Bog Queen”

Panto Time in Upperchurch

It’s that time of the year again when witches, goblins, heroines, talking plants and singing animals all get going in earnest to brighten up the winter nights with their shenanigans, and dastardly plots are foiled by brave, quick thinking underdogs with the help of a bit of magic from unexpected sources. All of these will feature in Upperchurch this weekend when the local Upland Players present “The Bog Queen”, a pantomime scripted by Gerry Britt and based on Hans Christian Anderson’s story of The Ice Queen.
The fifty strong cast includes all age groups and plenty of new faces as well as a few you have seen before. Erin Ryan, fresh from her recent performance at The Source in “Up The Hill, Jackie”, stars as the wicked goblin who starts all the trouble. Leona Ryan and Canice Ryan are even younger performers who can act and sing with the best in their roles as victims of the Bog Queen Marie Murray’s evil spells. Eileen Ryan plays their well meaning granny who doesn’t appear to have been watching Operation Transformation very often.
Other roles include Antoinette Gleeson as a somewhat inept witch, Jodie Kennedy as an equally inept robber girl, Willie Shanahan as a wise old seanchaí, Paul Sheridan as a would be boy racer and Clodagh Griffin, Martha Ryan and Pakie Purcell as very cheeky flowers. Joanne Woodlock is a crow with an American accent, Sinéad O’Dwyer is a donkey who brays with an Irish accent and Billy Clancy is a would be racing commentator with a resemblance to John McCririck.
Keelan Fahey is a regent with a variety of means of locomotion while John Ryan dons his best frock and bonnet to comment on proceedings and keep the cast from slacking.
A host of youngsters play the parts of apprentice goblins and timid villagers before bursting into song. Marie Murray and Micheál Bourke are in charge of the music. Julie Treacy is the choreographer while Pat Loughnane again shows his talent and experience as director.
The show is in Upperchurch Community centre this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 27, 28 and 29, starting each night at 8.00 p.m. No booking is needed. Please note that some strobe lighting will be used in this production.IMG_5050 IMG_5048

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LOTTO RESULTS 09-01-2017

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Winning Numbers Drawn

 

10, 13, 22, 27

 

 Monday 9th January 2017.

 

No Match 3 Winners:

 

2 Lucky Dips €30 each

 

Kaye Ryan (P), c/o Niall Ryan,

Anne Marie Morris, Moyallife.

 

 

Next Draw Monday 16th January 2017

 

Jackpot  –    €2,200

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