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Caulry GAA PRO Notes - 10th Feb 2013

posted 11 Feb 2013, 23:36 by Caulry Admin
Caulry Registration Night

Wednesday, 13th February next is registration night for existing and new members for both boys and girls. The registration time for the U14’s, U12’s, U10’s and U8’s is this Wednesday between 7.00p.m. and 8.00p.m. The registration time for U16’s and Minors is between 8.00p.m. and 8.30p.m. We need the support of you the parents in bringing your children down to the Club. The Club is a community based Club and it is our intention to provide facilities for every child in the catchment area.  The Club welcomes all new members. If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Brian Carolan, T. J. Dunning, Mary Quigley or Kevin Connaughton. We look forward to meeting with you.

ACFL Division 2
Caulry are fixed to play Killucan this Sunday at 11am in Killucan, in the First round of the League.

Lotto Results (February 4th)
There was no winner of our weekly lotto Draw worth €17,000. The numbers drawn were 8, 12, 16, 19. Winners of €30 were: Mick Allen, G & C Bowen, Ann Lynam, Agnes Hatton, Adrienne Dollard and the sellers prize went to Egans Bar Mount Temple. Next week’s Jackpot will be €17,200.

Best of Luck
The club would like to Wish Intermediate team Manager Francie Grehan (see picture below) and his newly appointed selectors Jody Mylinn, Enda Malone and John Higgins the very best in the coming year. Let’s hope they can build on last year’s intermediate Final appearance and go one step further. 

Francie played with the Roscommon intercounty team from 1998 to 2005, helped Roscommon win the 2001 Connacht Championship, and later won an All Star at Center Back.

We also wish every success to the Junior team manager Donie Malone and his selectors Joe Rourke and John Smyth.

Speedy Recovery
The club would like to wish club chairman Ger O Kelly Lynch a speedy recovery from a recent illness. Get well soon.

Sincere Sympathy
The Club would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the O’Brien and Doyle family Mount Temple on the passing of Peter O’Brien. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.