Clann Na nGael club notes

December 11, 2017

The indoor winter training programme continues on Friday evening for all boys aged between 14 - 18 years from 1st January 2018. Start time is 6.15pm, if everyone could bring water bottle, towel and indoor footwear. Training will take place in Dunamanagh changing rooms, new players welcome. 

We will be hosting our Annual Breakfast with Santa on Sunday 17th December in Aughabrack Hall. All money raised from this event will be donated towards a Community Defibrillator to be accessible to all the community and stored securely in a communal area. Please contact Ciaran O'Kane to book, to allow for catering. Everyone welcome to attend - this is not just an event for the children!


There will be a quiz in Bohil's Bar, Aughabrack on Friday 29th December at 8pm. Everyone welcome to come along and enjoy a festive night with fellow club mates.


We are running a 10 week 'Conversational Irish Language' course commencing on 10th January in Dunamanagh clubrooms, running on Wednesdays from 8pm - 9pm. There are still a few places left, anyone interested please forward their names to Brian Kelly or Eimear O'Kane in the coming weeks.


The Walk/Jog/Run group continues as normal this week with training on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm and on Sunday morning at 8.30am in Aughabrack. New members are always welcome. We will be running our second annual 'Turkey Trot' on Sunday 17th December at 9am in Aughabrack. Everyone is welcome to come along and either walk, run or jog. Breakfast will be served afterwards in Aughabrack Hall - book your place with Ciaran.


Senior Scor will take place in late January. Anyone interested in representing the club in the following categories are asked to forward their names to Niall Conway or Carole Doherty; Solo Singing, Dancing, Drama, Recitation, Instrumental Music, Ballad Group and Quiz


Lotto: E H L W. There was no jackpot winner, Bernadette McCay and Marian Blee each matched 3 letters. Next week's jackpot is £2,520. 


The club extends its deepest sympathies to the McGill family, Gortaclare on their recent sad bereavement.



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