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Rathcline Club Notes 8th March 2015

posted 8 Mar 2015, 14:29 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

50/50 Draw – Congratulations to Ryan Guinan who was the lucky winner of €437 in last week’s 50/50 draw in The Peer Inn. The draw continues every Monday night at 9pm and envelopes are available in all local businesses for only €2.

Padraig Potts’ Guide To Walking – Thanks to everyone who attended the play Padraig Potts' Guide To Walking on Saturday night. It was a great night filled with laughter. Thanks to everyone who donated prizes for the raffle, to everyone who sold tickets and to everyone who helped out with the organisation of the event.

Topaz Cash For Clubs – Topaz have announced a new initiative for clubs and communities. When you spend €40 or more on fuel you collect a stamp. These cards and stamps are available in all Topaz stores nationwide and Cullen’s XL is our local one. Once your card is full with stamps you can return it to Cullen’s or to a member of the Rathcline executive with your club name written on it. The cards will then be returned to Topaz for a draw on May 15th where the prizes are as follows: 1 club will win €10,000. 10 clubs will win €5000. 140 clubs will win €1000. Every club thereafter will receive €250. We would ask everyone in the community to try and get involved and you can also get friends or family around the country involved collecting for our club.

Strictly Come Dancing DVD - If you missed our great night's entertainment and our amazing dancers or you just want to relive the night again, then why not get your hands on the DVD of the night! DVDs are on sale in O'Brien’s, Adie’s and St. Faithleach’s clubhouse priced €15.

Membership is now due for the coming year. Our first game of the season will be a league game against Killashee on March 21st and it’s compulsory that all players must be registered before this if they want to play. Players’ registration fee is €50 and non-playing members is €20. Players are asked to pay their registration to Brendan Rhatigan or James Hanley. Non playing members can pay their fee to Peter Skelly or Denis Crinigan.

Longford U21s – Congratulations to the Longford U21s who beat Louth last week in the quarter-final of the Leinster U21 Championship. They now face Dublin on Wednesday 18th  March in Navan at 7.30pm. Well done to all our players involved Liam Connerton, Shane Kenny and Eoin Sorohan.

Sympathies – The club would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the Brady family, Rathcline Road on the untimely death of Aisling. A young girl taken so prematurely with her whole life ahead of her. Rest in peace Aisling.

We would also like to extend our sympathies to the Hand family, Newpark, on the death of Johnny Hand. RIP.

Minor Club

Special Minor League = Well done to Western Gaels minor team who beat Northern Gaels on a score line of 1-08 to 10 points in the 1st round of the Special Minor League.

U16 and Minor training continues on Tuesday 10th March in Co-Op hall, Lanesboro from 7-8pm. 
U13 and U14 training continues on Friday 13th March from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in Grattans. 

U14 Féile will take place in Higginstown, Granard on Saturday 14th March. The first game will take place at 11.45am.


Ladies Club

1st round of league – Hard luck to the senior ladies who were beaten by Killoe on Sunday in the first round of the league. The game finished 3-11 to 2-07. The next league game will take place Sunday March 22nd against Mostrim.

U14 and U16 training continues every Sunday at 12 in Clonbonny. All new players are welcome.

Clothes collection - The clothes collection continues for the ladies club. Anyone who has old clothes they wish to dispose of please contact Madaleine or Mike on 086 4046174.

 

 

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