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November 29th, 2022

Juveniles: Winter training programmes has commenced and is running on Saturday mornings from 10am to 11am. Please let all your friends and family know, great fun is being had by all the children and new members are always very welcome.
Thanks: The Club would like to thank all the parents, coaches and committee members who undertook the Safeguarding 1 Workshop in Toome on Thursday last. Many thanks to Noel Duffy for delivering the course. It is essential that all those helping with our underage structures complete this workshop.
Astro Pitch: Pitches available for hire, if you would like to make a booking, please call on 085 786 4106 to secure your slot.

Páirc ‘Astro’ Tuaim – Áis iontach atá oscailte do gach duine. Mas mhaith leat áirthint a dhéanamh cuir glaoch ar 085 786 4106. Bainigí sult as gach duine.

Development Works: Works continue at St Victors Park, there is a lot of work completed to date with a lot more to do. Gerrard Kelly continues with the erection of the fencing and this will continue for some time. If you would like to help the Club in any way, please get in touch with either Club Chairperson – Gene Cumiskey on 087 918 6629 or Club Secretary – Ryan McMahon on 087 743 1970. We appreciate the efforts that everyone has shown and welcome any help that you can offer, remember this is all our club. #ÁrgClub

Toome Community Group: Old Clothes Collection Saturday 3rd December – in Toome Community Centre all proceeds in aid of renovating the hall.

Irish Dancing: Classes continue in the Toome Community Centre, Tuesday evenings at 6:00pm. Please let friends and family know, there are places available – beginners and new members very welcome. Contact Brenda on 087 987 0046 or by email: for further details.

Sympathy: The Club and all our members would like to extend our sympathies to the family and many friends of Seán Mc Cague, Stracrunnion, Scotstown, Co. Monaghan, Thursday 24th November, peacefully in the loving care of the staff of the Lorgan Unit, St Mary’s Hospital, Castleblayney surrounded by his family. All of the Monaghan GAA and the wider GAA community were saddened to learn of the passing of Seán. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

News: If you have any news to be included in the Club notes please get in touch through social media or via any committee member.

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