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Weekly News Jan 17th 07

November 8, 2018

North U-21 'A' football final against Corofin that was fixed for Dunmore on Saturday last was called off due to a waterlogged pitch. This game will now take place in February with the Division 1B Senior Football League final due to be played on January 28th.

The Annual Social is on Saturday Feb 10th in the Galway Bay Hotel tickets at €35 are now on sale from the following: Ita Scully 086 6037519, Declan Regan 086 2433425, Willie Kavanagh 087 7707681, Seamus Collier 087 2968963, John Hegarty 087 1343416, Vivian Silke 087 2958801, Collette Walsh 086 0740389, Noel Kinneen 087 2418144 and Thomas Fahy 087 2576460.


Club membership is now due players €50, adults €25 and Juvenile boys €15, Juvenile girls €10.

Indoor hurling will commence on Saturday January 27th in Corrandulla hall. We will be starting with two sessions for the Under 8 & Under 10 age groups. Children need to wear track suit and have a helmet. Hurleys are supplied. A limited number of helmets will be available to borrow on the day. Cost will be €25 which will include the €15 club membership.

Fotofile again updated. All the 2006 Fotofiles are now archived. Check below.

Ladies Football

AGM takes place on Thursday 25th Jan in the clubhouse at 8.0pm sharp. All members are asked to attend, new members especially welcome. Tickets for the upcoming social, which takes place on The 10th Feb, will be on sale on the night.

 


Our online lotto is still available from http://www.locallotto.ie

Community News

Annaghdown Parish Council will be holding a public meeting in Corrandulla Hall on Wednesday 24th January at 8.30 p.m. to discuss proposals to build a new community centre for the parish.

The views and suggestions of all interested parties and individuals are most welcome, indeed essential, to ensure that the new centre can be designed to meet the specific needs and requirements of our growing and vibrant community. It is envisaged that the new building will serve as a centre for a broad spectrum of community activities: clubs, youth facilities, services for the elderly, childcare, events and functions, exhibitions, etc. The advice of architects, engineers and others who may be able to lend practical help or assistance to the project would also be very much appreciated.

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