Taoiseach Enda Kenny buys ticket in Donegal house draw

St. Eunan's big draw

By Staff Reporter


By Staff Reporter



Taoiseach buys ticket in Donegal house draw

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has bought a €100 ticket which could see him win a house in Letterkenny.  

Donegal fan, Alma Kavanagh, was quick off the ball when she spotted the Taoiseach at the Donegal V Mayo game earlier today and managed to sell the Mayo man the €100 ticket. 

Primary school principal Alma is a member of the St Eunan's GAA club in Letterkenny. Her brother is 2012 All-Ireland winner Rory Kavanagh.

The club is raising money for a new all-weather training pitch at their O'Donnell Park grounds and the top prize in the club draw is a new house worth €155,000.
Kenny's Government has allocated €80,000 for the new astro turf pitch through a Sports Capital Grant. The club draw will help to raise another €80k towards the project.

The draw takes place on April 16, Easter Sunday with tickets also available online at gaahousedraw.ie. €20k of runner up prizes include a Med cruise and a fortnight in Portugal.