Tir Chonaill Gaels Club Notes - 20th March 2012
This Saturday 24th March the club will add another chapter to our history pages with us fielding our first ever ladies junior football team.
The girls will play Thomas McCurtains in the league at Greenford 2pm, we ask all members to turn and support the girls in this historic match.
The club would like to pass on our condolences to referee and friend of the club Brian Crowe who lost his mother at the weekend at her home in Cavan.
Brian has been a great supporter of the club over a long number of years with him refereeing at our sevens tournament, our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family at this difficult time.
The social committee are holding a Quiz night on Friday 30th March in the clubhouse after training. Teams consist of four and can be mixed and cost £20. It should be a good night’s craic and it is an opportunity for all our teams (Mens and Ladies) to interact.
The social committee are holding a Race night on Saturday 21st April in the Shawl pub in South Harrow. We would ask all players to please try and sell as many cards as possible as this will be one of our main fund-raisers for the year. Carol McNicholas will get the cards out to you via e-mail and we would appreciate that you make an effort to sell them.
50th Gala Dinner Dance:
As most of you now know we are having our 50th Gala Ball in the Crown Moran Hotel on Saturday 27th October 2012. We can now confirm that ticket prices are set at £70.00 each which will include a champagne reception, three course meal and table wine. Please note that this is a black tie event. So please if you need to book tickets please get back to me to reserve.
Club membership is now due and is set at £30 for the year. All players please see Brian McBrearty and JP O'Donnell for membership forms.
Congratulations to long serving club supporter Tony Delargy from Chiswick who scooped the £3,500 Jackpot last week.
Winning numbers were 2-9-15-21.
£25 Lucky dip winners
Elish Mc loughlin, Slough,
Michael Kennedy, c/o British Queen,
T O’Shea, c/o British Queen.