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July 19th, 2022

Clontibret Notes

Senior League

We play Scotstown in the league semi final  which will take place on Saturday at 4pm in Clontibret.

Reserve League Division 3

We take on Tyholland in the final on Tuesday at 8pm in Emyvale. Best of luck to the boys and management.

Senior Championship

The championship fixtures are as follows:

Sunday, 7th August – home v Donaghmoyne at 2pm.

Saturday, 13th August – away v Aughnamullen at 4pm.

Saturday, 3rd September – home v Ballybay at 6pm.

Sunday, 11th September – away v Scotstown at 5pm.

U6s

Training continues this Friday at 6pm.

U7s

Training continues this Friday at 6pm.

U9s

Blitz this Saturday in Clontibret with a 10am start.

U11s: Training Thursday evening 6.30pm.

U13s

Training Tuesday at 6pm. Management will be in touch with regarding the start of championship competitions.

U15s

Training Tuesday 7pm. Division 1 final v Castleblayney fixed for 28th July, time & venue to be confirmed. Division 5 semi-final fixed for 29th July away to Magheracloone.

U17s

Training this week. Next game at home v Latton on Sunday 24th.

Club 240

The club wishes to acknowledge all of you who have already paid or set up monthly standing orders for this year’s Club 240 contribution.

This is our only fundraiser, and your contribution is what helps us maintain and constantly improve our club grounds. With the playing season in full swing for all codes, it is heartening to see so many, young and old, enjoying our facilities.

We will be having our paid-up members’ cash prize draw after our first home championship game on August 7th – 1st Prize – €1000, 2nd – €500, 3rd – €300 and 4th €200.

There will be committee members available at our league semi-final game on Friday evening for payment of your €240, or you can contact any committee member to arrange payment.

Remember, “If you’re not in, you can’t win.”

Sympathy

The club extends its sympathy to the Murphy family, Annaglough on the death of Owen. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

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