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January 17th, 2022

Castleblayney Hurling Club Notes 17th Jan 2022



50/50 Draw Our draw for January takes place on Fri 28th January. To be in with a chance of starting 2022 in winning fashion, go to our Clubforce page at the following link: Please support and share on social media. Míle buiochas.

Membership for 2022 is due in the next few weeks, follow this link to pay same:

Sincere thanks go to Jimmy Lacey who has stepped down as manager of the Senior team after four years at the helm. Jimmy and his management team brought us all on a wonderful journey, one of the many highlights being our presence in Croke Park in 2018. His work, passion and commitment to the cause speak for itself! Míle buiochas to Jimmy and best wishes in your new role.

Senior Manager the club is delighted to have Kevin Moloney appointed as manager of the Senior team, we wish him and his management team good luck for the year ahead and assure him of our every support going forward.

U7/U9/U11 Our juveniles will be commencing training soon. Details will be forwarded to team groups and on Club Twitter/Facebook page.

Ulster GAA have organised monthly indoor hurling blitzes for U7, U9 and U11 for the Monaghan and South Down region running from 28th January to 2nd April 2022.

The blitzes will be held in the DKIT Sports Arena.

The dates and times for these events are as follows:

U7 – Saturday 5th Feb, 5th Mar and 2nd April all at 9-11am

U9 – Saturday 29th Jan, 19th Feb and 12th March all at 9-11am

U11 – Friday 28th Jan, 18th Feb and 11th March all at 8-9.30pm.

More details for parents/guardians will follow

Sympathy is extended to the family and loved ones of Hugh Coyle, Monaghan who was interred during the week. Ar Dheis go raibh a anam. As a club we would also like to extend our sympathy to the family, friends, colleagues, students and club mates of Ashling Murphy, Tullamore who died in such tragic circumstances, may they be comforted in their great loss and let us all strive to effect the changes to make society safe for all.

Catch Up Series saw us chat to Senior player, Brian McGuigan, one of our most seasoned and experienced players who has contributed so much to the club, on and off the pitch. A big thank you to all past and present players who have participated in the series, remember if you have put your player profile on the long finger, it’s never too late to send it in.

Club History Project team is looking for any hurling related photos and players’ scrapbooks. These will be copied and returned safely. Or alternatively, photoscan photos and scrapbook clippings and send to 0862517407 (David). All items greatly appreciated

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