The Rebel Bounty Draw for 2022 will be open for sales from the 3rd December2021 until February 2022, with the draws for January and February 2022 taking place on the 24th of February 2022.
The benchmark for Killavullen GAA Club, in line with all Junior Clubs in Cork, is 55 ticket sales (same as 2021) @ €100 each, which goes directly to Cork GAA and any advance of sales of that number of 55, stays entirely with Killavullen GAA Club.
For 2022, Killavullen GAA Club has earmarked the development of a strength and conditioning Gym, as the Project that will benefit from the profits of the sales.
A distinct and separate organising committee for the Strength and Conditioning (S&C) gym has been tasked with drawing up the necessary plans for the gym, and the target budget spend on the gym is no more than Twenty thousand Euro’s.
The member of the S&C Gym committee are;
- Liam Dorgan – Lead
- Brian O Driscoll
- Finian Magner – Club chairperson
- Players Representative - Gary Lane
- Ladies Club Representative – to be appointed
Killavullen GAA players and the public in Killavullen will benefit enormously from an S & C Gym. Whether you are into yoga, Pilates, general fitness or GAA games, the fact of the matter is that building strength matters. In order to achieve your fitness goals and get tougher on the field of play, you need to have a strong core. This is why strength and conditioning is so important. Because of all its incredible benefits, strength and conditioning is a critical addition to any fitness routine.
The Rebel Bounty target sales, being set for Killavullen GAA for 2022 is 250 sales, resulting in a profit to the club of €19,500, which will be ring fenced for the S & C Gym.
It is hope with good early sales that the gym, spearheaded by the Males and Female players, will be ready for the end of January 2022, in time for use before the serious games of 2022 start, in earnest.
We hope that all participants in 2021 will partake again in 2022. We achieved great results in 2021 with the money that was raised;
- Improvement of the entrance to the GAA facility
- Improved lights in the 2nd field
- Clean up of the lower bank of the main field.
- An upgrade of the car park surface, with the cooperation with Roadstone.
- Enhanced sewage facilities, carried out in cooperation with Cork County Council (Ongoing)
Thank you, for your continued support