Club Notes for Friday 27th Jan 2012

posted 31 Jan 2012, 03:17 by Unknown user   [ updated 31 Jan 2012, 03:17 by Vanness Vassallo ]
Club membership/insurance is now due and needs to be paid up before the end of January we particularly urge all players to do this as their insurance for the year is included in the membership. This can be paid to club registrars P.J Berry 087-2592827 Alan McLoughlin 086-3537086 and Bernie Greene. The clubhouse will be open on Sundays from 12.00am to 1.00pm to facilitate payment. Health and Safety Regulations require that Longford County Board must provide accredited stewards at all future games in Pearse Park. This includes the upcoming All Ireland Club semi final on 18th February between Garycastle, Westmeath and St. Brigid's, Roscommon and the Leinster Championship opener v. Laois in May. To this end Leinster Council GAA have confirmed that they will conduct a training seminar on Saturday, 11th February next in Pearse Park commencing with registration at 10am. All clubs are requested to send at least three individuals to complete this 1 day course on or before Friday, 27th January next. Contact Chairman, Joe Murphy (087)1340132 or secretary, Willie Healy (087) 0623673 to put your name forward for this course. Dromard G.A.A is running a CPR AED training course on Saturday 4th February starting at 10.00am. All those interested please give their names to Susan Murphy 087 2125145 by Monday 30th January. Lotto results for Monday 16th January 2012. The numbers drawn were 6, 22, 23 and 28. The winners of the draw were Regina Conboy, Danny O'Toole, Laura Martin and Angela Doherty. The seller's prize was won by Geraldine Bleakley, Moyne Cross Stores. Dromard G.A.A January meeting takes place on Monday night next the 30th starts at 9.30 sharp following the weekly lotto draw finishes at 10.30. Please attend. If your child is interested in going to the Gaeltacht this year, the G.A.A have a grant scheme in place over the past number of years and this year the scheme will be continued. More information and application forms will be available at next Monday nights meeting. Best of luck to the Longford under 21's who play Cavan in the Hasting Cup final on Saturday next in Abbeylara. Best of luck goes to Enda and Ciaran Macken who will be managing the senior teams of Rathcline and Castlerahan respectively for the forthcoming season. The club offers it's sympathies to the Taaffe family Legga on the passing of John Taaffe after an illness. John passed away in Dublin having previously spent a number of years in New York. John had a strong interest in Gaelic games and was a keen follower of the fortunes of his native Dromard and Longford. May he rest in peace.
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