Raharney Hurling Club Notes as follows:
Lotto Results for 29/03/21, Numbers drawn 05 – 069 – 07 – 14, No jackpot winner, 1 match 3 winner: Teresa Murtagh, Promoter’s prize: Keith Quinn. Next's weeks draw is Monday 05/04/21 with a jackpot of €2,800. Lotto tickets can be purchased in all the local shops or bought online using the Clubforce App, the committee of Raharney Hurling Club would like to thank all patrons for their continued support.
Westmeath GAA: Lake County Challenge Movathon:
Raharney Hurling Club would like to say a huge thank you to each and every person who came down and participated in the Lake County Movathon.
Because of the overwhelming generosity of the players and supporters alike we are delighted to say that we have raised a massive €2280 between online and cash donations that will now go towards the Westmeath GAA fundraiser for the redevelopment of Cusack Park.
We would also like to say a special thank you to Brendan Shaw who kindly provided equipment on the day and a massive thank you to Ger Reilly who not only provided equipment but has donated them to the upgrade of the gym facilities in Joristown Park.
Lead by senior hurling team manager Brendan McKeogh and his back-room team, who not only took part but drove on every single participant down to the last kilometer over the 12hr event,
Thank you all.
Raharney Hurling & Camogie Club Plan
The 5 x Focus Groups had their initial online meetings last week and over the next 4-6 weeks they'll review the recent survey results and share ideas, with a view to progressing the Club Plan to the next stage. Both the hurling & camogie club, as well as the individual members of each focus group, have shown great energy so far for the plan and they are now focusing on the five foundations of a well-run club namely: -
Games & Coaching
Finance & Fundraising
Community & PR
For additional information or if you would like to contribute in any way to the focus groups please contact Ray Keogh, Planning Coordinator, or any member of the hurling or camogie club committees.
Raharney Camogie Club Clothes Collection
REMINDER!!!!! Raharney camogie club are having a clothes collection on Friday the 9th of April.
The drop off location is the Raharney tennis pavilion between the hours of 18:00 – 21:00.
Please adhere to all covid regulations during your drop off, your support is greatly appreciated.
For more information call 087-2828802.
Raharney Hurling & Camogie Club Underage Online Academy,
Calling out to all u6 - u10 girls and boys, Raharney Hurling and Camogie Clubs are running an online team coaching academy at present. This is all about fun and encouraging the children to develop their basic movement and motor skills with some hurling skills included also, for more information please phone 087 2828 802 or 0877602355 for details or check out the Raharney Hurling and camogie Facebook pages for the link to the online academy
Community Mental Health Working Group
Raharney Camogie, Hurling, Killucan GAA and LGFA Clubs are joining forces to bring together a Community Mental Health Campaign.
The first aim of our Mental Health Campaign is to create visual awareness within our communities in Raharney, Killucan and Rathwire.
Our local primary schools in Raharney, Edmonton and Rathwire have been creating posters with positive messages about Mental Health. Check out any of our social media platforms to have a look at their creative pieces of art.
If you are interested in getting involved or helping out in any way, please contact Alan Core on 0872718640.
Lighting up of Raharney walking track:
Due to ongoing Level 5 restrictions and GAA direction around use of grounds, we will not go ahead with lighting just now. However, all materials have been bought and are ready for installation once the Level 5 restriction has been lifted, we appreciate all committed & collected sponsorship and thank all for their patience.
For anyone still interested in sponsoring a light pole please contact Conor Jordan (0877842609), Pat Cunneen (0861725970) or Declan Weir (0876243041)
Thank you again to everyone for your generosity towards making Joristown Park a great amenity for all members!
** RAHARNEY HURLING CLUB SCRAP CAR FUNDRAISER ** The Club is looking for your help with our current "Scrap Car Fundraiser". Do you have, or do you know anyone who has, an old scrap car you/they are looking to get rid of? If so, let us help you while you will be helping the Club raise vital funds. We can arrange to take away your scrap car (LOGBOOK MUST BE INCLUDED) free of charge. To make arrangements for collection, contact Declan Weir (0876243041) or Pat Cunneen (0861725970). Raharney Hurling club would like to thank all Members, Supporters and Friends for their continued and generous support.
The club would like to remind all walkers to ensure they have their membership paid before using the Walking Track. Walking track membership for the year is €25 and can be paid at Weirs shop Raharney or to any member of the committee.