White’s Cross Lotto Extra Draw

White’s Cross will hold an extra draw along with the next lotto draw.

1st Prize €300
2nd Prize €200
3rd Prize €100
and 8 prizes of €50

The extra draw takes place after the final lotto draw of 2013 on Monday November 25th in Blackman Bar. Jackpot for the lotto draw is €6,550

Lotto tickets bought for this lotto draw are automatically entered into the extra draw.

If you are not in, you can’t win


Support the Cork Hurlers!

A Cháirde,
Please see information below on the upcoming Cork Senior Hurlers’ Dog Night. The support of clubs is vital in making the night a success, and we would ask that you promote it as much as possible. A graphic is attached for use on your websites, social media etc.
Twitter: Don’t miss the Cork Senior Hurlers’ Night at the Dogs at Curraheen Park on December 5th!!  http://ow.ly/qKpOb Great night assured!!
Website & Facebook – see below
Support the Cork Senior Hurlers!!!
The Cork Senior Hurlers will hold a fundraising Night at the Dogs at Curraheen Park on Friday December 6th – an ideal family night out!!
Tickets, priced at just €20, will admit two adults and up to four children, and all the Cork Senior Hurlers will be in attendance and available for photos, autographs etc.
There’s also a draw on the admission ticket, with lots of great prizes to be won including €500 cash, a signed Cork jersey, vouchers and All-Ireland tickets!
Tickets are available from any member of the panel or management, and will also be on sale at Páirc Uí Rinn (9am-4pm).
A great night’s entertainment guaranteed!
Main Sponsor:  E. Tarrant and Sons Skoda Banteer
*All proceeds raised go to the Team Fund

Le meas mór,

Tracey Ní Chinnéide
Oifigeach Caidreamh Poiblí

Tracey Kennedy

Mobile 086-7878812

GAA Season Ticket 2014

A Cháirde,

We would appreciate your help in promoting the GAA Season Ticket 2014, which is on sale now. A sample tweet which you could send on a regular basis could be: GAA Season Ticket 2014 on sale NOW!! See www.gaacork.ie or www.gaa.ie for more! #nothingbeatsbeingthere
Please also post the following on your websites and Facebook pages:



To buy now, go to www.seasontickets.ie

Nothing beats being there.


The GAA Season Ticket can be purchased at a base price of  €85 for adults, juveniles are €10.


  • Loyalty rewarded – qualify for All-Ireland Final tickets if you attend 60% of your county’s games in your chosen code
  • Great value – great price plus more discounts throughout the Championship.
  • Convenience – you have your ticket for your team.
  • Exclusive Extras – ‘bring a friend’ options, special purchase options for other matches



What’s included?


  • All your County’s Allianz League round matches plus all League semi finals, play-offs and finals in that code
  • Your County’s opening Championship fixture
  • All Allianz League round matches in your selected code. So if you have a Longford Football Season Ticket you can go to any Allianz League Football match.*
  • AIB GAA Club All-Ireland Finals in Croke Park on St. Patrick’s Day.*


You will also enjoy discount prices during the Championship – Pay & Play kicks in after your opening Championship fixture. Find out more athttp://www.gaa.ie/tickets-and-merchandise/tickets/gaa-season-ticket/price-and-payment/



White’s Cross GAA Camogie Blitz

On October the 12th up in White’s Cross Gaa pitch our u8&9 camogie girls held their first blitz against strong opponents Erin’s Own and Passage West. This was the girls second time playing against other clubs , it was a cold morning but neither factor put the girls teams off.

The under 8 panel on the day was Maggie O Shea, Faye O Riordan, Abbey Garde, Isabel Hyde, Jennifer Kelleher, Sarah Keohane,

The White’s Cross girls took a while to get into both games but showed great determination once they started. The pairing of Faye O’ Riordan and Jennifer Kelleher turned out to be a great one as the girls worked well together in the back line and also when they moved up to the forward line Faye O’ Riordain scored 2 goals which lifted all the girl’s spirits.

Maggie O’ Shea and Abbey Garde were paired in midfield and in the back line. Abbey worked hard throughout the game, stopping the ball in full flow and passing it well back to Maggie and down to the forwards. The girls were outstanding at all times and defended the back line very well.

Sarah Keohane and Isabel Hyde were another great pairing and showed great skill passing the ball to each and moving it up the field. The girls really worked well together. The girls showed great skill with their blocking and their pull on the sliothars. There were many near scores by the pair.

Our U9 panel consisted of Bobbie O Connell, Courtney McCormack, Jessie Murphy, Penny Cronin, Lily O Riordan, Cliodhna Millard,, Rebecca Kelleher, Jill Casey, Chloe Gaffney,

Again White’s Cross U9’s girls were up against 2 experienced sides. White’s Cross really put it up to both teams showing them what they could do.
Penny Cronin was in goal and did a brilliant job blocking incoming goals. Penny’s long pucks were instrumental in getting the sliothar down the field.
Penny was helped on the back line by Bobbie, Chloe and Courtney who blocked alot of ball and worked well together. The girl’s skills have improved and this was evident in their ability to pull on the sliothar and their pucks on the ball. Cliodhna, Rebecca and Jill played excellently in midfield and did their best to stop the ball and hit it back down the field. They worked well as a team and covered the midfield ground very well between them. A few of our girls even showed off their ability “to do the roll and jab” on occasssions throughout the match.
Lily & Jessie played excellently in the forward line. Again these girls worked great together as they passed the ball to each to get those vital scores. Both opponents’ goalies were strong so the girls were up against it in both match but they carried on regardless taking every chance they could.

The Whites Cross Girls are to be commended on their efforts on the on the day; they showed great skill and improvement since their last competitive match.

Again a big thank you goes to the Girls coaches Marion Delaney and Catherine Monaghan and to all those who helped out on the day. Also a special thanks goes to all the parents who provided tea and sandwiches etc. to the visiting teams after the games, it was much appreciated and a great day was had by all.

Photos can be found here


End of Season Celebration

To end this year’s season a celebration evening will be held again this year on Sunday, 24thNovember 2013 in Vienna Woods from 5 pm sharp to 7pm.  We have lots to celebrate this year with the U14 hurlers coming out as the champions of their league, the U15 footballers due to play in the final of their league and the historic formation of the first ever White’s Cross Camogie team. On the night there will also be the chance for the juvenile players to meet a County Player who will drop in to say “Hello”. Admission is free, we look forward to seeing you all there !


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White’s Cross G.A.A Townlands

What’s in a name? Well in Ireland, when it’s the name of where you live, there’s often a lot of information in it. The majority of Irish placenames are Anglicised versions of old Irish names; that is, adaptations of the old Irish language to English sounds and spellings, Baile becomes Bally, Pearsún becomes Parson, etc. Understanding the Irish meaning of where you live can reveal a lot of the area’s history.

Check this page out which will help you get a better understanding of the areas around White’s Cross. If you have information to add just let us know.

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