Congratulations to our minors who were crowned Division 1 Shield winners last Saturday afternoon after a thrilling 3-13 to 2-11 victory over Millmore Gaels in St.Loman's.
Well done to all players and management for the effort and hard work they put in throughout the year, it's thoroughly deserved that they get take home some silverware.
Cill Liúcainne Abú!!!!
Roles for 2020
Honorary Presidents - Kevin Carr, Stephen Gorman and Sean Gaynor and Gerry Quinn.
Vice-Presidents - Fr. Monks and Fr. English.
Chairman - John Duignan.
Vice – Chairman - Shane Briody.
Secretary - Paul Briody.
Assistant Secretary - Billy James Gough.
Treasurer - Jimmy Farrell.
Assistant Treasurer - Nuala Quinn.
PRO - Mark Casserly / Jimmy Farrell.
Lotto Coordinator - Nuala Quinn.
Registrar - Jimmy Farrell.
Health & Safety Officer - Camillus Farrell.
Drugs & Alcohol Awareness Officer - Marc Cronin.
Irish Language Officer - Donal O'Buachalla.
School Liaison Officer - Alan Leech.
Youth Officer - Alan Leech.
Pitch / Gym Coordinator - Declan Carr / Billy James Gough.
Delegates to the County Board - Sean Brady, Paul Briody, Des Briody and Alan Leech.
Delegates to the Minor County Board - John Duignan and Donal O'Buachalla.
Delegates to County Convention - Sean Brady, Alan Leech and Des Briody.
Raharney Camogie Club
Hard luck to Raharney who were defeated by Clanmaurice (Kerry) in the All-Ireland Junior Final replay in Tipperary on Sunday.
Well done to all involved on a fantastic year!!!!
There was no winner of our lotto jackpot held on November 25. Owen Loran matched 3 numbers and won €200. Promoters prize went to Caroline Leech . Numbers drawn were 5, 13, 14 and 24.
This week's draw is in Aurlie's for a jackpot of €13,000. The funds raised from the lotto goes towards the running of the club.
All support is greatly appreciated!!!!
Community Sports Hall
Killucan Community Sports Hall is available to hire for kids birthdays and dance/fitness classes. Please contact Marc on 086 818 9540 for more information.
National Student Bursary
The GAA has announced details of the 2019/2020 GAA National Student Bursary. The scheme is open to members of the Association who are attending a full-time Higher Education course (except those who hold another GAA-related or college scholarship/bursary) and who are active participants in their Higher Education club. Applications for the scheme will be considered by a sub-committee in each province; each bursary granted will be for €750. Please see the GAA's website for more details.
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