Well done to the Minor Boys who opened their league campaign with a 2-11 to 3-05 victory over Glenfin.
Minor Hurling Training Continues every Tuesday at 5pm.
Congratulations to Eamonn Doherty and the Donegal Team on their one point victory over Cork in the National League on Sunday last. Attention now turns to Monaghan whom we will host in O’Donnell Park on Sunday coming, throw in 2pm.
Renovation work continues in the Clubhouse in preparation for the big game this Sunday and we will be open before and after the game. Keep an eye on Facebook for pictorial updates of the great work being carried out.
There will then be a grand re-opening of the Clubhouse on St. Patrick’s Day as we host a day of Celebration and Culture with local artists. The night will also mark the end of Seachtain na Gaeilge. The timetable of events for the day is as follows:
Doors open 1.30pm
All Ireland Club Finals live on TV.
Music form 6 to 8pm.
Traditional music/Oíche Ghaelach from 8pm to 12pm featuring singers, dancers musicians and comedy.
Official re-opening ceremony on the evening will be performed by Club stalwart Mr. Adrian Shields.
Entry to this event is free and everyone is welcome to come along and anyone who wishes to perform on the evening will be most welcome.
For more information or if any musicians etc. want to join in, please contact Fergus McGee on 086 8544445.
Preparations are continuing for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Our parade committee have put in a huge effort in preparing our entry so please come out and support. Anyone intending to march with the Club is asked to meet at Tobin’s on the Port Road at 1pm ahead of the parade.
The Topaz Cash For Clubs initiative continues so don’t forget to stamp the St. Eunan’s card every time you refuel at Tobin’s on the Port Road or to collect your stamps from any other Topaz outlet.
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