All-in Ballinrobe

John McHale wins Ballinrobe GAA All-In

Ballinrobe GAA sporting prediction competition has come to an end and no-one was able to knock John McHale from his perch. In fact as the competition drew to a close his predictions became more accurate that ever. At one stage I was ready to ask him what numbers he fancied for the lottery on the Saturday before Christmas.  Alan Flannery present winners prize to John McHale May we in Ballinrobe GAA take this opportunity to  thank you all for supporting this venture. We will back to you with a new improved version of All-In for 2014 in the near future. Have a look at the final results table below finalresults8thjan

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All-in Ballinrobe update

Here we are as we move to the half way stage of the Ballinrobe GAA All-In competition. John McHale is hanging on to his lead although the chasing pack are closing in. Andy Murray brought a smile to the face of about 100 All-Inners as well as the Centre Court crowd. Rory’s Nike putters are not doing any of us any favours. However plenty of point still to play for and I am sure ye all had Monaghan down as the winners of Ulster…..What do you mean you didn’t? Check your own progress HERE – download the spreadsheet.

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Are you a sports genius?

If you think you know your stuff, check out our new All-In prediction competition – HERE And all club members are asked to promote this to all the geniuses in their circles. You can play this game online via credit card or PayPal, so we are making a big push to get Ballinrobe supporters living either elsewhere in Ireland or abroad. Below is our full press release on this interesting event.   Sports fanatics have been granted a novel opportunity to test their knowledge in Ballinrobe GAA club’s new prediction competition featuring a prize fund of €1000. All-In Ballinrobe 2013 asks entrants to predict the outcome of 20 major sporting events this year, including GAA, soccer, golf, rugby, Camogie, snooker, tennis, horse-racing and ladies football. “The events are local, national and international, and are designed to test the knowledge of the many sports fanatics out there,” explained the man who came up with this quirky fundraiser, assistant club secretary Kevin Murphy. “People can take part by buying entry forms directly from club members, or by entering online on our club website We can accept credit card and PayPal payments on our site for this competition.” The event has generated huge interest in Ballinrobe and further afield. “We’ve had club supporters and former members coming online to test their luck from all over the world,” added Kevin. All-In Ballinrobe is open to anyone, anywhere, who wants to test their sporting knowledge. Entry fee is €10, and of the €1000 prize fund, a cool €750 will go to the winner.   PLEASE NOTE: For Question 10, Ireland is taken the mean the whole of the island, north and south.

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Ballinrobe Byte 3

We’ve got lift-off! Today, at 20.13, on March 13, 2013 (dizzy yet?), the third edition of the eagerly-awaited Ballinrobe Bytes saw the light of day (well, not quite yet, but there is a bit of a stretch in the evenings all the same.) What gems have they unearthed this time (remember, they went to foreign fields to find Gem Staunton a few weeks back.) Here goes: Fancy yourself as a bit of a sports genius? Join our All-In prediction competition today. All Bytes up to now are HERE

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All In Ballinrobe

We hope you entered our All-in Ballinrobe competition. Closing date was March 31st, 2013. Stand by for updates – and if you missed this year, make sure to pencil it in your diary for 2014.

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