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Currin Notes

March 20th, 2012

19th March 2012


Currin GFC Notes


Lotto Results: Week ending, Sunday 18th March 2012. Winning numbers, 6-8-17-24.  No Jackpot Winner.  €15 Prizewinners: John Duffy, O Neill Park, Clones. Pauline Townsend, c/o Annies. Shirley Smyth, Newbliss. Brian Mc Cabe, Cloncorrick, M Mc Govern, 12 Oak View, Kevin Coogan, Clones. Geoffrey Agnew, Cornapaste. Paul Mc Caul, Scotshouse. Bridie Mc Phillips, Augheragh. Bernie Nulty, Cootehill. Next draw will take place in Connolly’s Lounge on Sunday 25th March. Next Weeks Jackpot is € 6,200.00.



Training continues as usual. On Friday night last we hosted our Cavan neighbours Cootehill in an excellent challenge match which ended in a draw.


Club Membership


Reminder. Membership is now due. If you have not been approached for your membership then it must have been an oversight. All memberships must be in before the end of the month.


St Patrick’s Day Parade


Our juvenile members participated in the annual Saint Patricks Day parade in Clones, under the watchful eye of Kieran, Mary and Patricia with ‘coach’ Aidan putting in a ‘vintage’ display.




Currin GFC participated in the healthy national initiative called ‘Off the Booze and on the Ball’ during the month of January and as a result they have been selected as Ulster winners. On Wednesday, club members attended a prize presentation in Croke Park along with the other provincial winners. The prize for winning is a training session with one of Ireland’s leading high performance coaches or one of the country’s leading sports nutritionists. This is certainly something to look forward to. Well done to all concerned, this is certainly a great achievement.


Clones St Tiarnach’s GFC


Congratulations and best wishes to our near neigbours, Clones G.F.C, who are celebrating their 125th Anniversary and are having their Gala Ball in the Kilmore Hotel.



Dancing:  Every Monday evening starting at 9.00pm at the Scothouse Community Centre.

Bingo:  Every Tuesday evening in the Scotshouse Community centre at 9.00pm.

Music:  Every Thursday at 7.30 pm in the Scotshouse Community Centre.

Gardening Classes:  Starting on 29th March at 7.30pm at Connons Community Centre.  Grow your own fruit and vegetables with expert help.  Tutor Peter McDwyer N.Sc Horticulture.  Cost €3 per night.

Belated thanks to those who donated money to the Senior Citizens Christmas Party Fund at the time of Josie Duffy’s funeral.  It is very much appreciated by the Scotshouse ICA Guild.

Well done the Junior GAA Currin members who paraded in the Clones St. Patrick’s Day Parade. We wish them well for the new season.

Congratulations to Mrs Amanda and Mr David Keating on the safe arrival of their third son, Alex, Matthew and Noah’s brother.  Mr Walter Keating has once again become a great-grandfather.

Irish Night: Keep free Friday March 23rd for an Irish night in the Heritage House, Newbliss promoted by Killeevan Heritage group starting at 8.30 pm.

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