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Club Notes 24th November 2014

posted Nov 27, 2014, 10:04 AM by Kevin Brassil

Congratulations to our Minor Camogie players
who won their championship Raheny 4.8 v Lucan B 3.6.

Our U12 hurlers had a great win at the weekend and are now moving up to Div 1, a team to be watched.

Ogra will finish up for the Christmas on 13/12 with a special visitor...I wonder who Ho Ho Ho.

Thanks again to Siobhan Woods who gives so willing of her time, our U15 ladies footballers were the lucky ones this time.

Three very proud ladies with wearing their Dublin Sweatshirts with pride. Ciara, Eabha and Molly completed the U12 camogie School of excellence.

The On/Off U21A football gave v Castleknock was finally official called off and Raheny now face Lucan Sars on 6/12. Hard luck to our Minor footballers who lost to Thomas Davis.

Our AGM will take place in the club Hall on 2/12 only fully paid members are elible to play.

There are also a number of other vacancies that will need to be filled on the incoming Executive Committee.

In order for our club to progress and to maintain the momentum we have generated over the last number of years we need to fill these roles with new and enthusiastic people. We need people with strong opinions as to where we should be going and the dedication to do whatever has to be done to get us there.

Our Strictly come dancing night is really hotting up and whose not talking about it....check out the famous faces on our Strictly come dancing facebook page, George Hook wishing Wally and Deirdre well is just one of the celebrities.

Three full buses will leave the club at 7pm on Saturday night for the Wright Venue and the club night of the year.

These bus will also leave the Wright Venue at approx 10.30 to bring the masses back to the Club, we have music from 10.30 til late.

Mentors night is on 12/12 we still don't have all the lists of mentors in, please text asap to 086-2909022.

Club Lotto is now a massive €4,000..... who wouldnt want to win this at Christmas time.....

There is no strength without working together