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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 7th December 2014 -

posted 8 Dec 2014, 05:30 by Caulry Admin   [ updated 8 Dec 2014, 05:35 ]
Headlines This Week:- 
Annual General Meeting, New 
Senior Team Manager, Congratulations to Moate All-Whites, Lotto Results and Intermediate Final DVD. 


Caulry Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of the Caulry club will be held on this Friday December 12 in Mount Temple Community Centre starting at 8.30pm. All members and intending members should endeavour to attend. Your thoughts and views on moving the club forward would be most welcome, as indeed your willingness to go forward for election to the various officer positions. 
                
                                
Club Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot in our draw held on 1st December last. 
Numbers drawn were 6,19,24,28
Weekly winners of the €30.  Tommy Kerrigan, Charlie Connaughton, The 3 Farmers, Erin Leavy, Anne Claffey.
Sellers prize €30: June Daly
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €10000 on December 8th.


Final DVD
A DVD OF Caulry’s Intermediate final success is now available to purchase in Kieran’s shop and would make a nice Christmas present for all Caulry fans everywhere.


Leinster Junior Football Final
Congratulations to our neighbours Moate All Whites on their excellent victory over hot favourites Straffan in the Leinster Junior Final on Sunday last. This was a great boost not only for the Moate club, but for Westmeath football in general. If they keep this up we’ll soon be meeting in the Senior grade.


Senior Team Manager
Peter Leahy has been appointed the Senior team manager for the coming season. The ambitious Peter, who denied Caulry Intermediate honours in 2013 when leading St Malachy’s to victory, will doubt relish the challenge in leading the equally ambitious club in the Senior grade. His management team will be announced in due course.


Christmas Lights
Well done to the Mount Temple Development committee and associates for the lighting up of Christmas lights in the village, which creates a festive atmosphere. 
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