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Club News 31/01/2011

posted Jul 2, 2011, 10:33 AM by Kevin Brassil
A sincere Thank You to to Tosh Gallagher who retired last Thurs from his janitoral [and many other] duties. Tosh has been a lifelong member and we wish him the very best of luck in the future. Mile buiochas Tosh.

Contact Eilish O'Leary for details of new fundraising drive to install a badly wanted LIFT

Well done to St Brigids N.S Parent Association who had a great night ion the club last Thursday and also raised €1,500 towards school equipment and GAA gear for their school teams.

Thanks to Alison Dempsey and the ladies crew for running the CLUB SHOP for the past four years. Alison and her team of Cherie Hyland, Serena O'Donnell, Ruth O'Connor, Eva Fitzsimmons, Siobhan Reid, Donna Ivory, Lorna Burke, have finished up on Sat 29th January.

Its straight to Scor Sinsir Finals this year on Thurs 17th Feb in Craobh Chiarain. Leinster semis in Athy Feb.26th and finals in Ballymore March 13th. All Ireland in Killarney April?. Anybody interested contact Daithi @ 087-6336237.

Table Quiz to support U8,9,10 Camogie in Lounge next Thurs 8.30. Table of four €40. Please support.

Well done to Raheny Shamrocks A.C on their 27th Annual running of the AXA 5mile road race and well done to all our members who completed same. Raheny GAA members 'spotted' were Gene and Conor Henry, Marius Herbert, Brian Storey, Brian Rodgers, Paul Fitzsimmons, Jake Grogan, Gerard O'Rourke, Damien Reville, Andrew Dowling, Dave Geary, and many others..............

Many thanks to Sean Hayes who has stepped down as club referee co-ordinator. Dave Geary is the new man for the 2011 season ahead.

Hall and Lounge available for functions. Contact Tommy Hogan @ 01-8313530.

Valentine Ball on Feb.19th-Love is in the Air. See website for details.

Seachtain na Gaeilge 5th-17th Marta and all suggestions for events As Gaeilge to Daithi.Ma ta Gaeilge agaibh-Labhair i.

Torthai an Chrannchur 24th Jan. Uimhreacha 4-7-10-13. Ni raibh aon buaiteoir. Pota Or 31-01 -2011 - €2100.

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