Clonoe weekly notes – 31/01/2016

Thanks to all those who attended the centenary members night on Sunday, it was a great opportunity for young and old to reflect on the history of the club with some great stories of years gone by being told by members. Special thanks to Sean McAliskey, his organising committee and those who helped out on the night for making it the success it was.

The Gaelic Start programme commenced on Saturday with a great turn out and will continue each Saturday 12pm-1pm for the next five weeks. This is for boys and girls 4yrs up to Primary 3 and all kids must be accompanied by a parent. Thanks to Orlagh Lynch for leading out on this programme. Weekly lotto numbers – 10, 14, 20, 21. Daryl Magee matched 3 numbers for £25. Jackpot £775

On Sat 6th February our ladies will be running a Fashion Show, doors open 7pm at £5 entry, featuring: Give Us A Twirl, Kindle Occasions, Ellen Lambert, The Style Retreat, Number 5 and many more. So get the date in the diary, guaranteed to be an entertaining evening.

Annual presentation night for adult teams is Saturday 20th February in the Club. Tickets are £10 available from Gary Coney 07540597801. The few remaining Clonoe centenary calendars can be purchased for £10 from behind the bar, club shop or by contacting Gary Coney. Anyone interested in sponsoring an u14 strip please contact Enda shields 07808719411

On Friday 11th March 8pm in the social club Dr Ruán O’Donnell head History lecturer from Limerick University will be giving a talk on the history of Michael J O’Rahilly and his involvement in the 1916 rising. Sure to a be a great opportunity for young and old to get a deeper insight into the person our club is named after

Date for your diary 12th – 16th July  – 2016 Centenary Cycle – From Ballylongford Co.Kerry, birth place of Michael J O’Rahilly to Clonoe. There will be a few smaller routes built into the main cycle to cater for everyone. More details to be released next week.

For booking the indoor hall, Bar/lounge contact Alice Campbell on 07526834948