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November 20th, 2019

Latton GAA Club Club Notes – Week Beginning 19th November 2019.

Latton Lotto

Latton lotto held on 4th November 2019 -The numbers drawn were 12-25-6-26 Bonus 22. There was a no Jackpot winner . Our €20 winners were Mairead Galligan c/o Martin Brady,Peader Wynn C/AO Martin Brady.Margaret Mc Gill C/O Kate Lynch

Thanks for Continued Support of our Lotto.

2019 “Operation Transform Latton ” Great numbers continued during Week 2 . The line out of

Programme is Mondays – Couch to 5K with John Joe Rogers from Shercock Running Club 7.30-8.30

Tuesday’s- Latton Lights up for walking /Running 8-9pm.

Wednesday- Circuits with shauna Coyle -8 -9 pm

Thursday’s- Jazzercise with Catherine Scott 7.30-8.30.

Friday -Couch to 5K with John Joe Rogers from Shercock Running Club 7.30-8.30

Saturday -Park Run in Cootehill at 9.30am

Sunday’s – Gaelic for Mother’s and others. A good way to get set up for the Festive Season . Age Group Age 16 upwards.

80’s Returns in to Latton !!!! Get the Gear out

As the dust Settles our Oskars we are delighted with the Lovely Feedback and messages we have received from so many people who had a wonderful Night . As a mark of appreciation for our Actors and the entire community and afar who made the Oskars possible we are having an appreciation Night in GAA Centre on Saturday 23rd November . On the Night we will have – A ” Return to the 80’s Disco in Latton” -Fancy Dress Optional but sure considering how much we all loved dressing up last weekend I’m sure this will not be a problem !!! -A chip Van will be there on the Night to complete the 80’s experience.

On the Night we are also doing a raffle and a bucket collection with all proceeds being donated to the ‘A challenge for Elaine Tate ‘ Fund .

We hope to see everyone there -this night is open to all so let finish the OsKars Journey for 2019 in style !!!!

Translink Ulster GAA Coach of year

The Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year Award is designed to recognise those coaches who, through exceptional commitment to the teaching and development of Gaelic games, put players, club and community first.

Following a call for nominations, a record number of submissions received from clubs across the province we were delighted to receive the notice that Jaimie Black had been chosed following our Nomination.Please vote for Jaimie on Ulster GAA Site.

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