Club Notes 14 June

We had a good day out on Tuesday night 31st May in Croagh when we came home winners on a scoreline of Claughaun/Old Christians 1-12 Newcastle West 0-12. Well done to all the players and management on such a great display. It’s a great boost to the confidence. They will be out against Hospital Herbertstown in the coming weeks which is yet to be confirmed.

The Munster hurling semi-final takes place at Semple Stadium on June 19 at 4pm where Limerick take on Tipperary. Contact Paddy O’Dwyer at the club for tickets. Prices are as follows; Adults – Ardan O Riain €30 | Adults Ardan O Coinneain €25 | Adults Terrace €20
Students/ OAP: Purchase adult tickets and receive a €10 concession at designated turnstiles prior to entry with valid i.d. – Under 16’s €5

Our U-14 footballers faced Newcastle West at our own pitch for the 5th round of the championship and fell short on the back of a very exciting display of football. Well done to the lads on a very spirited performance when we were missing a lot of our team due to holidays, exams and injury. The game was very enjoyable to watch and there has been a vast improvement. We will face Monaleen away on Tuesday 21st June at 7:30

Southside Gaels will have the opportunity of having a couple of challenge games and plenty training sessions before taking to the field against Monaleen in early July. We have recorded only one loss in this competition and will be aiming for no more defeats. There is great heart and character in this team which was again witnessed in Rhebogue last week against Murroe Boher. We came away outright winners with 3 goals 12 points on the board to the oppositions 8 points. The next few weeks training will play a huge part in determining the outcome for the season so keep it going lads and well done.

There is a great buzz around the club especially when you see lots of young lads and girls participating in training, matches and blitzes. Well done to all the coaches and parents that make it possible week in, week out. Without the help of everyone pulling together it would not be possible, thanks to all involved on behalf of the club.

Our respects are shown for a pure gent of a man, Patrick (Paddy) Noone of Lynwood Park and late of Inverin Co. Galway who recently passed away. Sincere condolences to the Noone Family for their loss. Paddy was the father of David and Shane who have a lifelong connection with Claughaun as players, members and friends. Rest in Peace Paddy.

The date is set for July 15th and 16th, there is still time to book your place but hurry! Entry fee is €120 per team of 4. Tee times are 11.45 to 4pm on the Friday and 9am to 2pm on Saturday. Contact Pat O’Sullivan or Paddy O’Dwyer at the club.

Make your order Thurs 16th June from 8-9pm in the committee room. Take a look at social media or the website for a selection of garments available.

There was no winner of our massive lotto of €9,900 numbers drawn were 09, 15, 21, 22. Next week’s lotto will be a whopping €10,000, tickets available from our club sellers, behind our bar and our online lotto. Please continue supporting Claughaun by doing the lotto each week. It is a main source of income to keep facilities running in the club.

Our new club website is performing well and is filling up with information about events for the weeks ahead. There is lots planned over the duration of the European Championships and for all the Irish games. The next few months is packed with things to do in the clubhouse including Cúl Camps, talents shows, music in the bar etc, details can be found on our website or on social media. Please like our page to be kept up to date with what’s going on. Our Fun Day is coming up in July too so keep in touch.

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