Our club is participating in RTÉ’s Operation Transformation ‘Ireland lights up” for 2020. This is a 6 week programme seeking to bring together communities across the 32 counties to enjoy healthy walks with their GAA club. Our walks will start at 8pm sharp every Thursday from the club house in Páirc Na nGaeil Boyle Road, Cortober. Our first walk will be on the 9th January so please arrive early at 7.30pm to register and make sure to wear a HI-VIS vest . We would encourage all members of your family, both young and old, to come along and get walking for 2020. We might even get on the telly!!!Ireland lights Up
Our club AGM will take place next Sunday 12th at 7pm in The Bush Hotel, all members are invited to attend.
The GAA National Club Draw tickets are now in circulation and we would encourage every family to sell their one book of tickets. The club retains all the proceeds from these tickets so every penny stays in the parish. Anyone who has tickets sold or if you require another book please contact Colm 0870507266, Patricia 0833401907 or Teresa 0863596604.
Sympathy of the club is extended to the McNamara family on the death of clubman Patsy McNamara, Lugnashammer, Croghan. Patsy represented our club on both playing fields and the stage for decades. Ah dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.