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Rathcline GAA Club Notes February 2nd 2014

posted 5 Feb 2014, 13:15 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer   [ updated 5 Feb 2014, 13:16 ]

New Year’s Draw Results - The club would like to give a huge thanks to everyone who bought and sold tickets for our recent New Year’s Draw. The winners were as follows: 1st Prize €1500 – Ben McNelis, Ardara, Co. Donegal. 2nd Prize €750 – Dan Magan, Killashee. 3rd Prize €500 – Alan Skelly, Aughamore, Lanesboro. 4th Prize €250 – Diarmuid O’Sullivan, Lehery, Lanesboro. 5th Prize €200 – Oonagh Taylor, Boyle, Co. Roscommon. 6th Prize €200 – M & E Hanley, Cashelbeg, Lanesboro. 7th Prize €200 – Matthew Clancy, Roscommon, 8th Prize €200 – Horohoes, Lanesboro. Congratulations to all our winners and thanks for your continued support.

Weekly Lotto Results - There was no winner of the jackpot of the weekly lotto. The four €25 winners were:  Geraldine Shea, Blenavoher, Lanesboro, M & N Nolan Motors, Newtownforbes, Tommy McCormack, Abbeyshrule, James P Quinn, Aghakeel, Lanesboro. Next week’s jackpot will be €300.

Intermediate Championship & League - The Intermediate Championship draw for 2014 was made last week and Rathcline will come up against Legan in their first match in the summer. Legan will also be our opponents in our first league game of the year. Congratulations and best of luck for the coming season to our manager Joe Rooney and his management team.

The club extends an open invitation to all players young and old to come out and play football for the club for the coming year in what promises to be an exciting year in both league and championship.

Membership - Club membership is now due. Player membership is €50 for the coming year and can be paid to Brendan Rhatigan. Non-playing membership is €20 and this can be paid to Peter Skelly.

Table Quiz – Rathcline GAA are holding a fundraising table quiz in The Peer Inn on Friday night February 21st at 9.30pm. Tables of 4 cost €40. Everyone is welcome for a night of great questions and great craic!

Rathcline Ladies - Rathcline Ladies GAA Club held a very successful Intermediate Championship Presentation Night in the Peer Inn on Saturday night last. Intermediate Championship medals 2013 and our Division 2 medals of 2012 were presented to the players by our sponsor Chris Cullen on the night. Congratulations to Aodhnait Casey on receiving Senior player of the year and to our joint young players of the year Lauren Guinan and Laura Healy. We would like to thank Declan Fox for the use of the premises, Stephen Dowd for the beautiful meal provided on the night and to Kieran Feeney for providing us with great music and our photographer Brigid Flood. Thanks to our families and friends who joined us on the night which was a wonderful night of great craic and banter.  Thanks also to those who donated spot prizes; Joe and Martina O'Brien, Adie Farrell, Joe and Martha Farrell, Mark Casey, Terry McLoughlin butchers, Kenagh GAA, Clarkes Bar and Chris and Caroline Cullen.
The players must be thanked also; to Geraldine and Karena for organising the night and to Paula for providing a lovely slide show of the 2013 year. And finally thanks to all players on the lovely presentation made to our management team of Enda and James and to committee members Madaleine, Mike and Paddy.
A wonderful night was had by all.

Shannon Gaels - The club will hold its registration night this Friday night 7th February. The club has agreed that the registration for the coming year will be; €30 for single player and €45 two or more children or family.

The following is the training schedule presently in operation within the club – U12’s will train at the Community College every Friday evening from 7 to 7.45pm, the U14’s will train also on Friday night from 7.45 to 8.30pm. The minors will train every Monday night from 7 to 8pm in the Co-Op and also on Saturdays.

Parents are encouraged to ensure that all young players are at training and present 15min before training. A big effort is being made to ensure that all our young players get the best of training and managing and we ask parents to also play their part.