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Rathcline Club Notes 16th October 2017

posted 16 Oct 2017, 05:04 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Leinster Club Championship: The first round of the Leinster club championship takes place in Clonbonny on Saturday next at 2pm We wish the team and management the very best of luck as we entertain Wexford champions Kilanerin who won their final on Sunday last.

It is an honour for the club to host the Leinster championship and there is great work going on to make Rathcline look in pristine condition.

The club encourages everyone to come out and support the team and welcome the Wexford champions to our club. We wish the team and management the very best of luck and look forward to having a victory.

Semi Final Win

On Friday evening last, we travelled to Cashel to take on Ballymahon in the semi-final of the Patsy Reilly Cup. It was a hum dinger of a game and one that should have put the team in tip top condition for the Leinster championship. We now await the winners of the other semi-final between Sean Connolly’s and Carrickedmond.

50/50

Monday night last 9th October the 50/50 pool stood at €500 and the winner drawn in the Peer Inn, Lisnacusha was Bríd Gordon. Your support is greatly appreciated for the weekly draw. With the full support of the community we can have it at €500 every week. Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks.

You should consider refereeing?

Have you ever thought of taking up refereeing? Refereeing is open to men and women from the age of 18 upwards. It is something that brings great satisfaction and allows referees to progress up the ranks to whatever level their dedication takes them.

The image of referring being a solitary occupation does not bear anything close to reality. You are a member of a team of referees in the county where there is great comradery. You also will have your own umpires that leaves you part of another team and a leader of that team.

Now, there are wonderful opportunities for young referees to climb the ranks within Longford and indeed in the Leinster ranks also. Now is the time to be giving it serious consideration.

Longford has a proud record of supplying referees to Leinster and the National Refereeing panel for many years and this opportunity is waiting for you with the right application.

Refereeing is fun and it builds great friendship. If you decide to explore the idea feel free to contact Joe O’Brien joea@iol.ie or phone 086 2460 840.

Minor club

AGM: Following a very successful year the club will hold their AGM in the clubhouse in Clonbonny on Friday night next 20th October at 8pm. It would be appreciated if all parents attended. The club is progressing greatly and your support will be greatly appreciated.

Good Luck: The senior team will play the Wexford champions on Saturday at 2pm and we wish them the very best of luck and ask all club members young and old to come to Clonbonny on Saturday. 


Rathcline Club Notes 9th October 2017

posted 12 Oct 2017, 04:33 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

50/50

Monday night last 25th September the 50/50 pool stood at €386 and the winner drawn in the Clarke’s Bar was Rebecca Fallon, Lisrevagh. The draw on 2nd October took place in Adie’s Bar and the winning prize pool was €379. The winning envelope drawn was in the name of Paul Farrell, Tullyvrane. Your support is greatly appreciated for the weekly draw. Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Would you consider refereeing?

Have you ever thought of taking up refereeing? Refereeing is open to men and women from the age of 18 upwards. It is something that brings great satisfaction and allows referees to progress up the ranks to whatever level their dedication takes them.

The image of referring being a solitary occupation does not bear anything close to reality. You are a member of a team of referees in the county where there is great comradery. You also will have your own umpires that leaves you part of another team and a leader of that team.

Now, there are wonderful opportunities for young referees to climb the ranks within Longford and indeed in the Leinster ranks also. Now is the time to be giving it serious consideration.

Longford has a proud record of supplying referees to Leinster and the National Refereeing panel for many years and this opportunity is waiting for you with the right application.

Refereeing is fun and it builds great friendship. If you decide to explore the idea feel free to contact Joe O’Brien joea@iol.ie or phone 086 2460 840.

Game this weekend: Both the Under 21 team and the Intermediate team are down to play this weekend at the time of writing. I cannot see both games taking place because of their proximity to each other and also due to the fact that the 1st round of the Leinster championship is down for the following Saturday. Keep an eye out on club updates on Social Media for what fixture is on at the weekend.

Leinster Club Championship: The first round of the Leinster club championship takes place in Clonbonny on Saturday week. As we are the host team it is incumbent of us to have the club grounds looking a great as possible. Everyone is asked to make themselves available to help out in preparation for the day. See notice in O’Brien’s window or Facebook.

Minor club

AGM: Following a very successful year the club will hold their AGM in the clubhouse in Clonbonny on Friday week 20th October at 8pm. It would be appreciated if all parents attended. The club is progressing greatly and your support will be greatly appreciated.

Helping hand: The senior club will need help over the next 10 days to have Clonbonny in top class condition for the Leinster club championship and please help out where and when you can.

Rathcline Club Notes 25th September 2017

posted 26 Sep 2017, 05:04 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

Sunday was a red lettered day for our Intermediate team when they had the battle of their lives with Sean Connolly’s for the Intermediate title of 2017. Missing Liam Connerton was a big blow to our hopes but this panel is nothing if not game and Sunday proved just that.

The day was bright and warm, conducive to good football and the crowd was huge and full of expectation of a titanic struggle. This they got with both side getting stuck in right from the start and the difference at most stages of the game was just one point either way with the exception once for both sides the difference went out to three points before being reigned back in. This was a great game with both sides not disappointing their supporters with their performance.

In the end we had one point to spare which brought great excitement to everyone involved in the Rathcline club and everyone that came to support us. To see Aaron Madden, in the absence of captain Liam Connerton, lifting the Gerry Hennessy Cup was a joy to behold.

Following the game, the team returned to the clubhouse in Clonbonny for their after match meal.

Along with the huge local crowd it was wonderful to see so many from St. Faithleach’s club in Pearse Park on Sunday and we thank them for their support.

The club will now partake in the Leinster Intermediate club championship where they will take on the Wexford champions at a Longford venue on Saturday 21st October.

It was great to see the club colours flying from so many houses in the parish and businesses in the town and we encourage everyone to keep flying the flag.

Thank You

The club would like to thank Hughie Smyth, local butcher Terry Mc Loughlin and Gerdie Farrell for putting up the bunting throughout the town last week.

50/50

Monday night last 11th September the 50/50 pool stood at €397 and the winner drawn in the Yacht Bar was Louis Skelly, Aughamore. Your support is greatly appreciated for the weekly draw. Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Would you consider refereeing?

Have you ever thought of taking up refereeing? Refereeing is open to men and women from the age of 18 upwards. It is something that brings great satisfaction and also allows referees to progress up the ranks to whatever level their dedication takes them.

The image of referring being a solitary occupation does not bear anything close to reality. You are a member of a team of referees in the county where there is great comradery. You also will have your own umpires that leaves you part of another team and a leader of that team.

At the moment, there are wonderful opportunities for young referees to climb the ranks within Longford and indeed in the Leinster ranks also. Now is the time to be giving it serious consideration.

Longford has a proud record of supplying referees to Leinster and the National Refereeing panel for many years and this opportunity is waiting for you with the right application.

Refereeing is fun and it builds great friendship. If you decide to explore the idea feel free to contact Joe O’Brien joea@iol.ie or phone 086 2460 840.

Sympathy

The senior and minor clubs would like to extend their deepest sympathy to Martha, Alan, Emer, Ian and Deirdre Farrell on the death of husband and father Joe Farrell, Yacht Bar, Main Street, also to his brother Paul and family Tullyvrane.

Found

Following the game in Pearse Park a good kids sleeveless jacket was left on the pitch. The parents can collect the jacket in O’Brien’s. Thanks Brigid Mullooly for finding and leaving it for collection.

Minor club

The minor club would like to congratulate all the team management and players on a fabulous victory on Sunday.

Juvenile League

The Juvenile team will play Ballymahon Forgney Gaels in Clonbonny on Thursday at 6.15pm.

Rathcline Club Notes 18th September 2017

posted 19 Sep 2017, 14:36 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

Sunday next 24th September all roads will lead to Pearse Park for the Intermediate Final when we will take on Sean Connolly’s in what promise to be an intriguing game. We have a great mixture of young and experienced players with most already having an Intermediate championship medal. The medals will count for nothing on Sunday but the experience of a few years ago surely will. On Sunday we will have to be on the very top of our game to win and we have high hopes that Sunday will be our day.

Sean Connolly’s are a very good side and they will be difficult to beat and we will have to be at the top of our game to regain the Intermediate Championship.

This is a golden opportunity for our lads and we would like that everyone in the parish would come along and support the team.

At the time of writing there is no throw in time as the county board are awaiting scheduling time from Shannonside, the time will be in the Longford Leader and on the club website and social media sites.

Fly our Flag

It is great to see the club colours flying from many houses in the parish and on the businesses in the town and we encourage everyone to fly the flag. Let’s encourage everyone to fly the green white and blue colours and show full support for our excellent team.

All-Ireland Football Ticket Draw

The winner of the All-Ireland ticket was Joey Feehan from Westport and the second prize of €100 won by Trish Feeley, Curraghrua. The club would like to thank everyone for their huge support for the past three draws. Your support is greatly appreciated.

50/50

Monday night last 11th September the 50/50 pool stood at €404 and the winner drawn in the Peer Inn was Bríd Killian, Newtowncashel. Your support is greatly appreciated for the weekly draw. Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Would you consider refereeing?

Have you ever thought of taking up refereeing? Refereeing is open to men and women from the age of 18 upwards. It is something that brings great satisfaction and also allows referees to progress up the ranks to whatever level their dedication takes them.

The image of referring being a solitary occupation does not bear anything close to reality. You are a member of a team of referees in the county where there is great comradery. You also will have your own umpires that leaves you part of another team and a leader of that team.

At the moment, there are wonderful opportunities for young referees to climb the ranks within Longford and indeed in the Leinster ranks also. Now is the time to be giving it serious consideration.

Longford has a proud record of supplying referees to Leinster and the National Refereeing panel for many years and this opportunity is waiting for you with the right application.

Refereeing is fun and it builds great friendship. If you decide to explore the idea feel free to contact Joe O’Brien joea@iol.ie or phone 086 2460 840.

Minor club

31 Years later: Last Saturday the annual Paddy Bolger Tournament took place at the St. Faithleach’s club. As always it is always a privileged to be invited into the competition and to honour the name of a great man from the Ballyleague/Cloontuskert community. This year following a lapse of 31 years we regained the coveted Paddy Bolger trophy. There was tremendous excitement amongst our U14 players following the great victory over Granard/Ballymore in the Final.

The panel that represented us on Saturday was Shane Killian, Killian Cox, Niall Chawke, Cormac Casey, Eoin Farrell, Duileach Ryan, Callum Gordon, Óisin Kenny, Harvey Myhill and Kevin Tansey. We would like to thank all the players and their mentors on this fabulous win in a treasured competition. The club would like to acknowledge Bríd Gordon as our first aid lady on Saturday and for her work with the team throughout the year

We would like to thank St. Faithleach’s for their invitation to the tournament and for all their hospitality during the day.

Minor semi-final: As I write our minors are preparing for their Minor championship against Northern Gaels who we just managed to beat following a replay in the league final. The match takes place in Mc Gann Park at 8pm.

Juveniles: Our Juveniles will play Ballymahon Forgney Gaels in Clonbonny at 6.30pm on Thursday

Good Luck: The minor club wishes the Intermediates the very best of luck in their final on Sunday 

Rathcline Club Notes 11th September 2017

posted 12 Sep 2017, 13:37 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

Sunday week 24th September all roads will lead to Pearse Park for the Intermediate Final when we will take on Sean Connolly’s. This is a hugely important game for our young and budding team as it will allow our talented young men to pitch themselves in Senior Championship in the coming year. It is where we want to be as a club and where every player in the club should want to be. Our team while young are a bunch of excellent players and there is no doubting that they have the talent to achieve this goal.

While everybody expected that it would be Cashel we would be meeting in the final Sean Connolly’s after a draw in the first game got the better of a good Cashel side. Sean Connolly’s are a very good side and they will be difficult to beat and we will have to be at the top of our game to regain the Intermediate Championship.

This is a golden opportunity for our lads and we would like that everyone in the parish would come along and support the team.

Fly the Flag

It would be great to see the club colours flying from all houses in the parish and on the businesses in the town and we encourage everyone to fly the flag. Let’s encourage everyone to fly the green white and blue colours.

All-Ireland Football Ticket Draw

Sunday next the All-Ireland Senior Final between Dublin and Mayo and the Minor Final between Kerry and Derry will take place in Croke Park. There are many reasons to be there and none more so than to be there for the Minor Final as there is a young man on the Kerry side that has been setting games alight no matter where he played. David Clifford so far has been worth the admission fee alone and I am sure Sunday will be no different.

The Rathcline club has 2 Premium tickets available in the All-Ireland draw. Tickets are only €2 per line and there is no better value anywhere to be able to go to and All-Ireland Final for only €2. The draw will take place on Friday next in Clarke’s Bar at 10pm. Tickets are on sale in all shops and bars and from executive members. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Mayo end the famine or Dublin make it three-in-a-row. 

50/50

Monday night last 28th August the 50/50 pool stood at €330 and the winner drawn in the Yacht Bar was Marian Fagan, Newtowncashel.

Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Could you sell €2 lotto envelopes in your workplace or your neighbourhood weekly? If you can help in any way with the sales of lotto please contact the Executive

Get Well

All sections of the club would like to wish our President Hilary O’Sullivan a speedy recovery from his recent illness.

Would you consider refereeing?

Have you ever thought of taking up refereeing? Refereeing is open to men and women from the age of 18 upwards. It is something that brings great satisfaction and also allows referees to progress up the ranks to whatever level their dedication takes them.

The image of referring being a solitary occupation does not bear anything close to reality. You are a member of a team of referees in the county where there is great comradery. You also will have your own umpires that leaves you part of another team and a leader of that team.

At the moment, there are wonderful opportunities for young referees to climb the ranks within Longford and indeed in the Leinster ranks also. Now is the time to be giving it serious consideration.

Longford has a proud record of supplying referees to Leinster and the National Refereeing panel for many years and this opportunity is waiting for you with the right application.

Refereeing is fun and it builds great friendship. If you decide to explore the idea feel free to contact Joe O’Brien joea@iol.ie or phone 086 2460 840.

Minor club

Juvenile Championship

We travel to the Laurels, Mullinalaghta, to play Northern Gaels on Thursday evening for a 6.45 throw in. The following Thursday we entertain Ballymahon Forgney Gaels in Clonbonny. If you are free why not come along and support the lads.

Rathcline Club Notes 4th September 2017

posted 4 Sep 2017, 08:40 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

On Saturday last, we met Ardagh/Moydow for a place in the Intermediate final. The first half ended with us being one point down. The second half was a different kettle of fish as our performance was upped greatly and the longer the match went on the more on top we became. The end result was 3-12 to 0-13pts. The 24th September is our date with destiny and we look forward to another great performance by the team. Our final team was made known on Sunday last when Sean Connolly’s beat Cashel.

Get Well

During the game on Saturday Liam Connerton sustained a serious looking knee injury. We wish Liam a speedy recovery.

League

The All County League will recommence on Sunday next when we will take on Cashel in Clonbonny at 1pm

All-Ireland Football Ticket Draw

The demand for tickets for the All-Ireland football final is unprecedented already and you can be there on this memorable day if you are lucky enough to win the club’s

All-Ireland Hurling Final draw

Congratulations to Stephen Cooney, Ballymahon who on Friday night last won the club draw for 2 Premium tickets for the All-Ireland on Sunday last. The €100 second prize was won by Stephen Dowd, Thureen.

50/50

Monday night last 28th August the 50/50 pool stood at €330 and the winner drawn in the Yacht Bar was Marian Fagan, Newtowncashel.

Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Could you sell €2 lotto envelopes in your workplace or your neighbourhood weekly? If you can help in any way with the sales of lotto please contact the Executive

Minor club

Disappointing

Having gone on our own in the U14 it is very disappointing that on Tuesday night we had to concede our game against Ballymahon due to lack of numbers. We went alone because we felt we had the numbers but alas it transpired that it was not to be.

The minors had their bye round on Monday night last and they travel to Keenan Park on Monday next 7pm throw in, to play St. Patrick’s/St. Vincent’s.

Juveniles

The U16’s will play St. Vincent’s in Dunbeggan on Thursday at 7pm

U-12

The U12 team will take on Clonbroney on Thursday next in Clonbonny at 7pm

 

Rathcline Club Notes 28th August 2017

posted 28 Aug 2017, 10:14 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

On Saturday next 2nd September, the team will take on Ardagh/Moydow for a place in the final. The game fixed for Pearse Park has a 5.00pm (note change in time) throw in time. Well done lads and we are looking forward to the semi and another strong performance.

All-Ireland Hurling Final draw

You have a chance of being in Croke Park in Premium Level seats for these games for just €2 at what promises to be a most intriguing All-Ireland Hurling Final. History will be made when Galway and Waterford play in the All-Ireland Hurling final as neither of them have ever met in and All-Ireland before. This is your opportunity to be there to see history being made.

Tickets are now on sale locally in all shops or through club executive members. The draw will take place on Friday night.

50/50

Monday night last 21st August the 50/50 pool stood at €361 and the winner drawn in the Yacht Bar was Michael Greene, The Green.

Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Could you sell €2 lotto envelopes in your workplace or your neighbourhood weekly? If you can help in any way with the sales of lotto please contact the Executive

Minor club

Final replay

Following the previous week’s drawn game it was back to Pearse Park for the replay of the Minor Football League Final on Wednesday evening and another tussle with Northern Gaels. The game was in direct comparison to the drawn game where Northern Gaels provided a storming finish to draw the game. This time our lads found themselves well back but in fairness to their fighting spirit they never gave in and were rewarded with a rousing 6-8 to 3-13 victory. It was a fabulous victory for the team especially when the victory was over one of the most iconic club over the past number of years. A very well done to all the players and their team management on their magnificent win

Trip to Croke Park

Sunday last a number of our minors gathered to make the trip to the All-Ireland semi-final between Dublin and Tyrone. The trip had the added bonus of the U17 All-Ireland Final where a number of the players were able to support their class and schoolmate Michéal O’ Donnell who was playing with the Roscommon U17’s. It was a fabulous occasion for our young players and their dream coming home was to go back in time to come with club and county and bring home a title.


Rathcline Club Notes 21st August 2017

posted 21 Aug 2017, 04:29 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

On Saturday week 2nd September, the team will take on Ardagh/Moydow for a place in the final. The game fixed for Pearse Park has a 5.15pm throw in time. Well done lads and we are looking forward to the semi and another strong performance.

Good Luck

The club would like to wish good luck to Micheál O’Donnell and the Roscommon U17 team the very best in the All-Ireland Final in Croke Park on Sunday next. The game will have a throw in time of 12 noon and I believe it is being shown live on TG4

All-Ireland Hurling Final draw

You have a chance of being in Croke Park in Premium Level seats for these games for just €2 at what promises to be a most intriguing All-Ireland Hurling Final. History will be made when Galway and Waterford play in the All-Ireland Hurling final as neither of them have ever met in and All-Ireland before. This is your opportunity to be there to see history being made.

Tickets are now on sale locally in all shops or through club executive members.

Winners of All-Ireland semi-final tickets

Congratulations to the following who won in our All-Ireland semi-final ticket draw last weekend. The results are 1st prize of Premium Stand tickets to Kerry V Mayo All-Ireland semi-final James & Tiernan Hanley
2nd prize of Premium Stand tickets to next Sunday's semi-final between Dublin and Tyrone was Grainne Nolan, Ballygar, the 3rd prize of €100 was won by Sean Goldrick, Lough Ree Power

50/50

Monday night last 14th August the 50/50 pool stood at €430 and the winner drawn in the Peer Inn was Geraldine Skelly, Aughamore.

Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Could you sell €2 lotto envelopes in your workplace or your neighbourhood weekly? If you can help in any way with the sales of lotto please contact the Executive

Minor club

Final replay

Our Minors looked to have claimed the Division 2 Minor League Final in Pearse Park only for Northern Gaels to stage a late comeback to draw level. The replay will take place this Wednesday night in Pearse Park at 7.15pm and we look forward to our lads finishing off what they started last week.

Our U12 team will play Slashers in Farneyhoogan on Thursday 24th at 6.30 and Clonguish in Clonbonny on Sunday at 12 noon.

Our U14 will play Carrick Sarsfields in Clonbonny on Tuesday at 7.30pm

Last week the U12 team lost narrowly to Clonguish while our U14 team lost to St. Patrick’s Ardagh in the championship.


Rathcline Club Notes 14th August 2017

posted 14 Aug 2017, 08:52 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Championship

On Sunday last our Intermediate team eased their way into the semi-final of the Intermediate championship with a comprehensive victory over Legan. On Saturday 2nd September, they will now take on Ardagh/Moydow for a place in the final. Well done lads and we now look forward to the semi.

Congratulations and Good Luck

The club would like to congratulate Micheál O’Donnell, St. Faithleach’s and the Roscommon U17 team on reaching the All-Ireland U17 final. The club wishes him well in the final.

All-Ireland semi-final draw

Over the past week or so we have been hearing of the scarcity of tickets and huge money been sought for tickets for the Dublin V Tyrone game on Sunday week. Now the demand has gotten even greater with the Roscommon U17 team playing Tyrone in their All-Ireland Final that same day.

You have a chance of being in Croke Park in Premium Level seats for these games for just €2.

Rathcline GAA are currently selling tickets for their draw next weekend and the prizes are 1) 2 Premium Level tickets for the Kerry V Mayo All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday next, 2) 2 Premium level tickets for the Roscommon V Tyrone and Dublin V Tyrone games, 3) €100.

Tickets are on sale from club members locally or in O’Brien’s shop and the draw will take place on Saturday night next at 10pm in Adie’s.   

50/50

Monday night last 31st July the 50/50 took place in the Clarke’s Bar. The winning pool amounted to €385 and the winners was Cathal Mc Loughlin, son of our local butcher Terry Mc Loughlin.

On Monday night 7th August, the 50/50 draw took place in Adie’s bar. The winning pool amounted to €342 and the lucky winner was Nicole Dalton.

The club would like to congratulate Cathal and Nicole on their wins and thank them for their support and we would like to thank everyone that continues to buy tickets for their great support.

Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Could you sell €2 lotto envelopes in your workplace or your neighbourhood weekly? If you can help in any way with the sales of lotto please contact the Executive


Rathcline Club Notes 31st July 2017

posted 8 Aug 2017, 07:47 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

New Club Flag

The club would like to extend their deepest gratitude to Mary Feeney, Tullyvrane, for making a new and beautiful club flag.

Championship

Saturday evening last the Intermediate got their championship dreams back on track when they had a very comprehensive win over Grattan’s in Carrickedmond. The next game is against Legan on the weekend commencing 11th August and a victory there will see us progress to the semi-final.

Good Luck

The Rathcline club senior and minor would like to wish Ciaran, Diarmuid, Brian Murtagh, David Rooney and the Roscommon team management and panel the very best of luck in the All-Ireland Quarter Final in Croke Park on Monday next for the All-Ireland Quarter Final replay.

50/50

Monday night last 24th July the 50/50 took place in the Yacht Bar. The winning pool amounted to €364 and the winners was Mike Mulvihill, Clonterm. The club would like to congratulate Mike on his win and thank him for his support and we would like to thank everyone that continue to buy tickets for their great support.

Tickets are on sale locally at €2 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you can by the pink ticket for the year for just €100 and have 2 free weeks

Could you sell €2 lotto envelopes in your workplace or your neighbourhood weekly? If you can help in any way with the sales of lotto please contact the Executive

Cúl Camps Over

Last week the Cúl camps took place in Clonbonny and the club would like to thank all the young people that turned up in such large numbers making it one of the most successful camps ever. The club would also like to thank Damian Sheridan and his team of coaching for organising such a great camp week.

Our U12 team have played 2 games and won 2 games and all our young players are really enjoying themselves

Our minors and Juveniles are going very well in their respective leagues/championship and they are closing into the final stages of their competitions.


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