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Clontibret Camogie Notes

May 26th, 2015

Well after an ‘embarrassment of riches’ last week it’s a bit of a famine this week with the exam period dictating that many underage matches are put on hold until mid – June. Our seniors however meet Castleblayney twice this week in both the Monaghan and Armagh Leagues – Wednesday and Sunday (home) so we wish them well. The Castleblayney match concludes the first round of Armagh League matches so on Wed June 10 we commence Round 2, with an away match to Derrynoose.
On Friday evening the girls (and lads!) have planned a ‘pizza evening’ in the club rooms, after training, and hopefully the prospects of a mouth-watering treat won’t distract too much from training!
Training continues for the U-12/U-14 group each Thursday evening at 5.30, followed by U-14/U-16 training at 6.30pm.
On Saturday the U-12 Mini-League starts in Armagh and Marie will be in contact with parents as soon as venues and times have been confirmed by the Armagh Board.
A primary school blitz, for both camógs and hurlers, is scheduled for Thursday June 4th from 11.00am – 1pm in Cloghan. These ‘joint’ blitzes are proving hugely popular and hopefully Scoil Mhuire will have a strong representation in both codes.
This week Clontibret GAA Club launched ‘Clontibret – Our Future’ campaign which aims to garner sufficient funds to develop land purchased some years ago, to more effectively serve …’our children, our teams, our volunteers, our supporters and our community’. While the club has lodged funding applications to a number of statutory agencies, criteria from these bodies requires that a certain percentage of funds must be raised by the club/community. The initiative launched this week seeks an annual subscription of €240, payable on a monthly/quarterly/half-yearly or annual basis, by direct debit or cheque. Club members will be visiting homes and businesses in the coming weeks as well as enlisting the assistance of hurlers, senior camogie players and senior ladies footballers.
Finally every good wish to Tara who is ‘spreading her wings’ and heading to Coventry this week to her new job. Tara, we will really miss you but we know your intentions are very much to keep ‘pocing’ away and I suspect you are intent on playing a few more senior club matches this summer!!!

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