The adjourned AGM of our juvenile club took place on Thursday night last with new Chairman, Sean O’Meara, Ballydonnell presiding. Business was conducted in a workman like manner. The new PRO of the Juvenile club is Kevin O’Meara, Carrick Street. Juvenile membership for 2015 was fixed at €20 per girl/boy. Registration will take place on Thursday night 15th January between 7pm and 8.30pm in the GAA hall.
Parents are reminded that all players from U6 to U16 must be registered. All registrations must be paid to Juvenile Club Membership Officer, Josephine Britton and not to any team manager. Those in charge of juvenile teams are reminded that they should pay membership to Rita Curran of the adult club.
Good news for 2 Eddies in the Mullinahone GAA club recently. Secretary of the club, Eddie McCarthy, Killaghy has been elected PRO of the South Board while last weekend brought the good news that Eddie Hickey of Kickham Street won €500 in the Tipperary GAA January draw. Well done to both.
Fionn MacCumhaill Players
The Fionn MacCumhaill players, Cloneen will stage “The Beauty Queen of Leenane” by Martin McDonagh in Clonacody House on January 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Food will be served. The” eauty Queen” comes to Crocanoir on Saturday, 31st January. For more details, contact 086-0834208 or 083-1355762. The last performance will be in The Source Theatre, Thurles on Saturday 7th February. For details ring 0504-90204.
Two local lotto draws took place over Christmas. No jackpot was won. On 22nd December the numbers drawn were 2,9,10 and 26.
Two match 3 winners were drawn. Congrats to Connie Fogarty and to Maura and Áine who shared €150. The Christmas Meat Vouchers were won by Sharon Brennan and Celine.
On Monday, 5th January the numbers drawn were 1, 3, 8 and 15. Again no jackpot, but this time the March 3 prize of €150 was shared between P. Russell (2) Mary Gunn, Brian Vaughan and Brian Egan. Congrats to all the winners.
Next draw will be on 18th January when the jackpot could be worth €9,550. To win, you must first be in.
Thanks to all those who supported the Christmas Raffle and to those who bought and sold tickets. The lucky winners were 1st Josephine Nye, 2nd Máirtín Reilly, 3rd Monica Lawless.
Thanks to the volunteer ladies who come in each fortnight and to our musicians Joe and Bob. We are grateful to drivers, John and Siobhán Dunne and John Crosse for their courtesy and kindness. This year sincere thanks to Seanie Foxe and Kye Vaughan who raised funds by cycling to Dublin.
We are also indebted to Rose Grant, Gerry and Teresa Kelly, the Ladies Club, GAA Club and Soccer Club for their generosity. We had a wonderful night in Crocanoir thanks to the Bermingham family. Thanks to Alma who keeps us Fit and Trim each fortnight. Best wishes to all and a Happy New Year.