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Rathcline Club Notes 11th May 2014

posted 13 May 2014, 03:47 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer
Rathcline would like to convey their sympathies to the Ginty family on the passing of Nelly Ginty, Knock.May she rest in peace.
Saturday was a miserable day but that did not deter the hardy souls that travelled from the parish to climb Croagh Patrick. It was tough going in rainy and windy conditions, but the Rathcline crew walked and climbed to the top. Thanks to everyone th...at made the effort and raised money. By all accounts the few lucozades afterwards went down a treat.

A reminder that Rathcline have One Direction tickets up for grabs around the shops and business's in the parish. It's only €2 for a line and someone out there will win a pair of tickets and €100 spending money for a hugely anticipated concert.

On Friday evening our reserve team played Ardagh in Clonbonny. Rathcline secured a hard fought victory. Playing some smart football in the first half they picked off some great scores. Ardagh came out in the second half and put it up to the lads which led to a frantic last ten minutes, but Rathcline showed that extra stamina to pull away by three points in the end. There were some great performances all over the pitch, Joey Rooneys constant running and positional awareness created space for James Hanley, and a special mention to Dave Happy Gilmore, his transition from rugby to football is now complete after a wonderful goal in the first half. The team now travel to our neighbours Cashel this weekend, the best of luck!

There was no jackpot winner in this weeks Rathcline Lotto. The €25 winners were Caroline Rhatigan, Alan Maxwell, Niall and Breda Walsh and Ray Flanagan. Numbers drawn were 5, 13, 22, 24, 33 and 38

Rathcline Minor Club

Congrats to the U 14's who took part in the St Faithleachs tournamnet at the weekend. Thanks to all in Faithleachs for the invitation and a great day was had by all.

Best of luck to the U 16's who play Clonguish on Thursday in the Shield semi final.

The Minor club are running a first aid course on this coming Monday in the club house at 7pm. A worthwhile course to do for anyone that is involved in football in the area. Please contact Sean Kenny or Seadna Ryan to book a place.

The club would like to wish everyone involved in exams the best of luck in the junior and leaving cert.

Rathcline Ladies

Hard luck to the senior girls who were beaten by Colmcille at the weekend.

The U 16's were beaten last Thursday by Slashers. Rathcline got off to a slow start and Slashers scored a few goals in quick succession. But the girls stuck at it and put in a determind display. Check details on fixture list for next match.