DANIELLE Fay was the lucky winner of Bonagee United’s 50/50 Draw on Bank Holiday Monday – collecting a cool €2,800.
Danielle’s name was the chosen one when the draw was conducted at Dry Arch Park.
Picture: Danielle Fay, the winner of the Bonagee United 50/50 Draw, with her children Kelsee – a Bonagee United senior ladies player – Kaytlin and Jameigh, picks up her winnings from Dermot Gillespie of Bonagee United. Also included are club committee members Charlie Patton and Damian Callaghan.
The big win came after her daughter Kelsee played a starring role for Bonagee United’s senior ladies team in a 4-1 away win at Raphoe Town.
This was Bonagee United’s second bumper 50/50 Draw following a successful Easter draw.
Proceeds from the draw will go towards the development of Old Foundry Park, a new training facility for the club at Knockbrack.
‘Old Foundry Park’ was acquired from the O’Donnell family in 2020 and Bonagee will use the facility as a base for the club’s many underage teams.
With 18 teams under its banner from under-8s to Ulster Senior League and with football for male and female players thriving, the club is building for the future.
“The new facility at Old Foundry Park will compliment our existing pitches at Dry Arch Park and Goose Green,” Bonagee United Chairman Niall Callaghan said.
“We are very proud of the fact that we are the only club fielding teams at all grades and Leagues in our catchment area.
“The club caters for players, male and female, of all ages and new faces are always welcomed.
“The club is growing all the time and we have to make sure we are in a position to cater for all of our numbers. This development will help us to strengthen our links with and position in the local community.”