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Castleblayney Camogie Notes

April 20th, 2015

The Seniors are back in action this week with the second round of the Armagh League. The girls are away to Derrynoose on Wednesday 22nd April.

The U14’s won their first Armagh League match last Friday beating Portmore on a decisive scoreline of four goals to no score. Also the U16’s had a great start to the Armagh League winning their first game last Tuesday evening, beating Clontibret on a scoreline of 4-5 to 1-1.

Making Money For Your Club: Castleblayney Camogie Club is registered for the Topaz Cash for Clubs. Our club registration code is: 10104. Please use this code to earn a stamp for the club when you fill your car with €40 petrol/diesel at any topaz filling station in the North/South. When your card is filled you can drop them into the Royal Jade where there will be a box there behind the desk. Each club will receive €250 cash for every 300 cards filled. Support your club. Thank you in advance.

Social Media: Don’t forget to keep up to date with all things happening with Castleblayney Camogie such as fixtures and important upcoming events, you can follow us on Twitter at @camogieblayney or you can like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/castleblayneycamogie. Don’t miss out on anything!

Finally, ​Best of Luck to the Monaghan County Minor team as they take on Cavan in the National League final on Saturday April 25. No venue has been confirmed yet but it will be a double header, with the Division B final, between Derry and Meath. Best of Luck girls in particular to all our Blayney girls on the panel!! Give it your all!! 

 

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