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Rathcline Club Notes 7th September 2015

posted 8 Sep 2015, 13:57 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer   [ updated 8 Sep 2015, 13:58 ]

Intermediate Championship Final – This week it’s all about the big one next Sunday 13th September as we face our neighbours Killashee in the final of the Intermediate Championship in Pearse Park at 3.30pm. Since we beat Cashel in the semi-final the interest in Rathcline is great to see in the town. The flags are out in force and the town is decked out in Rathcline bunting. This will be our first final in ten years and we’re hoping the team can do the parish proud. We hope that as many people as possible from the parish come into Pearse Park on Sunday to cheer the team on. Best of luck to all the players, Gareth and his management team. Let’s hope we are celebrating this time next week!

“Up For The Match” – We are holding an “Up For The Match” night this Friday September 11th at 10pm in Adie’s. There will be expert analysis on the night, guest speakers and M.C for the night will be Benny O'Brien. Music will be by Jimmy Hussey and refreshments will be served on the night. A draw will take place on the night for numerous prizes. Tickets are currently available for €5 and all tickets will be entered into the draw. Let's hope it's the start of a great weekend!

Club Merchandise – In the run up to the final we have a limited amount of Rathcline club merchandise for sale. Adult zip tops will cost €35, t-shirts €25 and kids’ hoddies €20. They have kindly been sponsored by Warren Linnane of Sky Materials, New York. Rathcline car flags will be on sale from Tuesday onwards for €5. All of this merchandise will be available in O’Brien’s Corner Shop. A limited amount of large and medium sized Rathcline flags are also available.

50/50 Draw – Congratulations to Sharon Rooney, Rathcline, who was last week’s winner of €378 in our 50/50 draw.

All-Ireland hurling final tickets – Congratulations to Gaye Skelly, Newtowncashel, who was our winner of the premium level tickets to Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling final.