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Club Notes 20th May

posted 19 May 2019, 14:25 by tinrylandpro@hotmail.com

Lotto:

Lotto results for Mon 13th May. The numbers drawn were 8, 19, 20, 26. There was no jackpot winner. Winners of €25 lucky dips: Mark Deane, Paula Hickey, Dean Farrell & David Byrne. Promoters’ prize: Mick Murphy. Next week’s jackpot €7200.

Match reports:

Tinryland’s Div 4 team finished off their league with a defeat to Bagenalstown Gaels on Friday evening. Tinryland led at half time 2-03 to 5 points but could only add 1 more point in the second half. Best for Tinryland were Lee Buggle, Harry Hennessy, Barry Power, Cormac O’Brien and Cathal Whelan. Final score 2-04 to 1-09. In Div 3 Tinryland drew with Palatine on Saturday evening. Final score Tinryland 1-11 Palatine 1-11. Best for Tinryland Jonah Dunne, Conal O’Shea and Conor Ryan. Division 3 have qualified for league semi final.

Upcoming matches:

Bennekerry/Tinryland senior ladies will begin their championship campaign with a tough opening round game against current County and Leinster champions Old Leighlin on Sunday next 26th May at 7pm in Molaise Park, Old Leighlin.

Golf classic:

A Golf classic will take place Fri 14th & Sat 15th June. Taking bookings now. Team of 4 €200 (including meal). Enquiries: Cormac 086 1945633 Paul 085 7262455

Dancing:

Social dancing at club house every Monday night from 9.30 pm - Midnight. Admission €10. Dancing on 27th May to Checkers.

Clean up:

Many thanks to all who were involved in club clean up on Thursday evening.

As the juvenile numbers have increased the club would really appreciate help from any parents that would like to get involved assisting the coaches. Please contact Bernard Mullen if you are available.

Congratulations:

Congratulations to all our juvenile members who received their First Holy Communion on Sunday.

School news:

It was with a great sense of pride that the staff and pupils of Fr. Cullen Memorial NS welcomed Mr. Pat Culhane, GAA National development Officer from Croke Park to their school on Friday afternoon. The school was one of three Carlow schools to receive the first ever GAA 5 star centre flag. This initiative acknowledges the work of teachers in promoting Gaelic games & is based on the principle that every child should get 60 minutes of activity per week throughout the school year. Also, in attendance were members of Leinster Council, Carlow County Board and Tinryland GFC. They were greeted with a guard of honour from the junior classes. Well done to all involved.

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