Club Notes 07/01/19

National Club Draw: Club members are now beginning to go door to door to sell National Club Draw tickets. These tickets are similar to the ones last year with the club retaining 100% of all moneys collected. This year the money collected will be split between the training fund and the development fund. We are urging all families to please purchase these tickets. They are a cost of €10 with some terrific prizes for the winners. More details to be found on the club website. Your support is very much appreciated.

Harty Cup: Best wishes to all club member involved in the various Harty Cup panels this coming Wednesday as the Harty Cup Quarter Finals take place. Full fixtures available online.

Juvenile AGM: Moyne Templetuohy Juvenile Club will holds its AGM on Friday January 18th at 8pm in Moyne Hall. All are very welcome to attend as we prepare for 2019.

Juvenile Presentation Evening: Moyne Templetuohy Juvenile Club will hold their annual presentation evening next Sunday January 13th at 6.30pm in Templetuohy Hall. Kids from U6’s – U10’s will receive medals for their work throughout the year, with our U11 & U12 players receiving their victorious Mid Medals. Also on the night player of the year and most improved player from U12 – U16 will be given out. All medals will be given out by our Special Guest. Refreshments will also be served. Hope to see you all there!

Club Presentation Evening: Our thanks to all those who attended our Senior Presentation along with our club quiz. A very successful and enjoyable night was had by all. Our thanks to those who presented our medals and donated gifts for the raffle. Thanks to Billy Loughnane for the wonderful photos. Full report along with images can be found at http://moynetempletuohygaa.ie/club-presentation-quiz-night-2018/

Sympathies: Moyne Templetuohy GAA Club would like to extend its sincere sympathy to the O’Connor family on the death of Geraldine’s mother, Ann Ryan RIP, and to the Leahy family Moyne on the death of Edel’s father Mick Hickey RIP. Ar dheis de go raibh a n-ananmacha.