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Rathcline Club Notes 13th November 2016

posted 20 Nov 2016, 09:06 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

The Rathcline club will hold their AGM on Sunday 27th November at a time yet to be confirmed. This is a very important meeting for the club and it is very important that the fiasco of last year’s AGM, where the trustees had to be called in, is not replicated. The club needs people to stand up and commit themselves to the club for the coming year. The club need to stand up and put their best foot forward both on and off the pitch. It is very important that we elect a committee on this date and put a progressive regime in place to make us the leading club in the county. It is very important to be proud of your club and players. It is for everyone to play their part in a forward thinking and invigorated club. The club is belonging to everyone in the parish and everyone that want to join with us. We urge your support. Please play your part.

Rathcline GAA club will host a play, Danger Money, in the Parish Hall on Saturday next19th November with curtains up at 8.30pm. The play is described as a comedy with a dose of reality and a play not to be missed. John Mc Manus writer of the acclaimed The Quare Land teams up once again with Seamus O’Rourke who plays Teddy (the Mucker) Tucker in a beautiful ‘close-up’ of Irish Rural Life. Tickets for this play are sure to sell fast and you are advised to book your tickets early. Tickets, priced €10 are on sale in O’Brien’s and selected outlets and from club members.

Annual Christmas Draw: The Annual Christmas draw will take place in Clarke’s Bar on Sunday 1st January 2017. Tickets will be on sale from this week priced €20 each. There will be 8 prizes commencing with 1stprize €3000, 2nd €1,000, 3rd 500, 4th €250, 5th €200, 6th €200, 7th €200 and 8th €200. Your usual most generous support will be greatly appreciated.

The minor club AGM will take place on Friday 18th November in the clubhouse at 8.30pm. This has been a great year for the club and we would welcome all parents and club supporters to come along. Your attendance will be a vote of confidence to the hard-working committee as they seek to progress the club back to the pedestal of being one of the best and most competitive clubs in Longford.

The Rathcline Ladies will hold their AGM in the clubhouse on Sunday 20th November at 6pm. The club encourages everyone interested in the development of Ladies football in the area to come along

The club would like to congratulate Mullinalaghta on their latest Leinster Championship win and wish them the very best of luck in a fortnights time when they take on St. Vincent’s Dublin.