Annual General Meeting:
The club’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday 21st November 2016 at 8:30pm in the Heritage Room of the Corduff/Raferagh Community Centre.
The Nomination Forms are in circulation now. If you haven’t received a nomination form, please contact Colm Marron.
Following on from the club’s fantastic achievement in winning the Minor Football Championship this year, the St. Paul’s GAC club in Belfast have invited the club to participate in an “Ulster Minor Football Club Championship.” The draw was made last weekend and pitted us against the Tyrone Champions, Carrickmore. That game will take place on Saturday 10th December in St. Paul’s GAC, Belfast at 1:30pm.
LADIES Senior Team:
Last Sunday the curtain came down on the Senior Ladies season when they played Truagh in the Division 2 League Final. The game was played at championship pace with an energetic and competitive display by both teams. The teams were level twice in the first half and having traded scores throughout Corduff went in a point ahead at the interval. The second half opened as intensely as the first half with Corduff keeping Truagh scoreless for the first twenty minutes. However Truagh bounced back making for a very nervous finish and by the final whistle Truagh edged it by a point. Disappointment is always a difficult pill to swallow but the team and management proudly represented the club. Thanks to everyone who helped on the path to the final especially the management team of Diarmuid O’Reilly, Pauric Ruth, Sean King and Conor Comiskey who put in a massive effort.
Thanks also to everyone who helped in the Community Centre to provide refreshments after the match and to the two Peters who recorded the match and to Lorcan and Martin who umpired on the day. After a long season it’s time to enjoy the winter break and recharge for 2017! Annual Raffle: It’s time for Corduff Ladies annual raffle. Tickets will be on sale this Saturday in O’Gorman’s Market Square Centre.
Please support and if you can volunteer to help out on Saturday, contact any committee member.
The GAA League got underway on Wednesday last with an away trip to St. Mellan’s. The team of Peter Brennan, George McKitterick, Brendan McNally & Ben Woods came away with a 5-3 win, and start the league in the best possible fashion.
The team played last night (Wednesday) against Tydavnet in Corduff (See result on the Social Media) and they make the trip to Bawn next Wednesday evening. Both games start at 7:30pm.
Juvenile Training continues on Friday evenings in the Alley at 7:00pm.
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