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Castlewellan GAC Weekly Notes

November 8, 2018

 

 

* Top billing of the week goes toAislinn Fitzpatrick. Aislinn had the honour of representing AughlisnafinPrimary School in Croke Park at the recent Down v Dublin National League game.Although the main event did not go Down's way Aislinn enjoyed her run out onthe hallowed turf. Despite the cold of the evening Aislinn enjoyed herheadquarters experience make her parents Conor & Bronagh very proud of her.Mind you she can walk up Mill Hill faster than her mum isn't that rightBronagh! Well done to Aislinn.

* Good luck to the Down Under 21Footballers for this week’s Ulster Championship semi final against the holdersCavan. We send our best wishes to Michael Cunningham, Rory Burns and DavidGilmore.

*The Marie Jones play “A Night in November” will be performed on Saturday 20April at 8.00pm in the Club Rooms. This much acclaimed play has been performedall over the world. The play is about Ken McCallister, a dole clerk who goes tothe 1994 World Cup Qualifier on a night in November in Belfast as the Republicof Ireland plays Northern Ireland. Tickets are on sale from the Club at £10each. It is anticipated that tickets will sell very quickly as this play hassold out virtually everywhere it has been shown. Can you please ensure youpurchase your ticket early to avoid disappointment.

*There will be bingo in the Club this Sunday 7 April 2013 at 3.00pm.

*The Activ8 programme ended with a flurry of activity. Outdoor sessions werecurtailed by the lingering cold weather and poor ground conditions. It didn'tlimit those with those who participated in the programme in the last week.Walking, running, tai chi, circuits and yoga filled all the gaps A reminderthat all participants are invited to the Activ8 Graduation night on Saturday6th April at 9.00pm in the Club. There will be a Wine Reception with a disco +Karaoke. There will be some final points on offer for your team before finalawards.

*Under 12 girls training continues in St Malachy’s Primary School on Mondaynights at 6.15pm to 7.15pm. Under 10 and under 8 age groups.

*Under 8, Under 10 and Under 12 Camogie training continues every Wednesday inSt. Malachy’s Primary School from 6.15pm – 7.15pm. Please wear suitable footwear which will not mark the floor.

*The under 14 footballers will train at the Bann Road on Wednesday night at6.30pm. Tis will depend on the weather and the conditions also.

*Hurling outdoors will begin on Thursday 4th April (conditions permitting) atthe Bann Road. Under 8 – primary 3/4 and Under 10 – primary 5/6 at 6.00pm.Under 14 hurling will begin at 5.45pm on Friday’s at the Bann Road. Againweather and conditions permitting.

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