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Rathcline Club Notes 6th July 2015

posted 6 Jul 2015, 14:09 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Rathcline GAA Galway Race Day – Our annual Galway Race day will take place Monday 27th July. The club hope to replicate the success of last year’s event. The occasion will present our parishioners, members, supporters and friends a fantastic afternoon of hospitality and horse racing on opening day of the 2015 festival. Tickets are priced €100 and are available on a first come first served basis and must be paid for upfront. The €100 tickets includes admission to races with race card, free parking, location in main pavilion “The new Killanin Stand” overlooking the finish line with spectacular views, a four course meal, one free drink, tipsters in pavilion, bar facilities, tote in the pavilion and after meal entertainment. Tickets are available from Gerald Farrell (086) 8745180, Sarah Kearney (086) 4051865 or Alan Fayne (087) 1157806. With only three weeks to go table bookings are filling fast so don’t miss out.

50/50 Draw – Congratulations to Rose Mulvey, Carrickedmond, who was last Monday’s winner of €440 in our 50/50 draw. This week’s draw takes place tonight in Clarke’s at 9pm.

Longford Seniors – Well done to the Longford Senior team who had a one goal win over Clare in the qualifiers on Saturday in Ennis. Our own Liam Connerton grabbed two points on the day. Congratulations also to Shane Kenny and Shane Donohoe who are part of the squad. Next up for Longford will be Kildare at home with next Saturday July 11th the proposed date with time to be confirmed later. Best of luck to all involved.

Longford Minors – Best of luck to Kevin Sorohan and the Longford minors who face Kildare in the Leinster Minor final this Sunday at 12 noon in Croke Park. A great achievement by the youth of the county. Let’s hope we can do the double over Kildare next weekend.

Ladies Club

Championship game – Best of luck to the girls as they face Clonguish in the championship this Friday at 8pm in Clonbonny. We hope to see support in great numbers as in Drumlish in their previous championship game.