Wee County Double Draw to take place on Easter Sunday next year

The Wee County Double House Draw will now take place on Easter Sunday next year following a meeting between the Louth GAA Committee in Darver last Thursday. The draw had proved very popular prior to the coronavirus outbreak but was suspended as the country shut down in March due to the spread of the virus.
The aim of the draw is to raise money which will be put towards building a new GAA stadium in Dundalk. A press release from Louth GAA stated that tickets can still be bought and anybody who has bought a ticket thus far will be automatically put in the draw next Easter Sunday.
“Following a meeting of the House Draw Committee in Darver Centre of Excellence on Thursday 18th June it was decided to get the Wee County Double House Draw underway again. The draw has been suspended since the start of the Covid outbreak as we felt it would be in the best interests of everyone’s health and safety to do so.
“Firstly, we have set a new date, it is now Easter Sunday 4th April 2021. This we feel is of vital importance so as to give clarity to all those who have purchased tickets and for those still looking to purchase.
“For the minute ticket sales can take place online through www.pickahouse.ie and we will be announcing promotions in due course. Once Covid restrictions are eased you will see sellers out and about and in focal points around the county.
“We are hoping to build on the fantastic work that has taken place so far and that everyone gets behind this initiative once again. We are all in this together to give Louth what it badly needs, a stadium for all Gaels and something for all Louth people to be proud of,” concluded the statement.

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