50/50 Draw takes place on the last Friday of the month. To get yourself organised for this draw, you can get your entry on the Clubforce link https://member.clubforce.com/memberships_cart_m.asp?LL_ID=2767&intMF_ID=7833#Anchor. This provides you with different payment options including setting up a 12 month direct debit subscription paid on a monthly basis which will ensure you are in for every draw. Alternatively, you can get an entry through REVOLUT to @bbol123 putting your name and contact telephone number in the note. Your support is very much appreciated as this is our primary source of fundraising.
Ulster Junior Club Championship Semi-final is scheduled for next Sun 12th Nov at 2pm and sees us take on Cootehill, after defeating the Antrim champions, St Brigid’s Cloughmills last Saturday 4th on a scoreline of Blayney 1-15, Cloughmills 2-09. Well done lads, keep the ball rolling! Venue is yet to be confirmed, keep an eye on social media for that and of course, tickets must be bought in advance. Don your green & gold and get out and support the team next Sunday afternoon, all support greatly appreciated.
U-17’s Championship Semi-final between ourselves & St Macartan’s took place on Sunday and finished on a scoreline of Blayney 6-11, St Macartan’s 2-12. Well done to our lads and we now look forward to meeting Carrickmacross in the final scheduled for Sunday 12th at 11am, venue to be confirmed. Again keep an eye on social media for updates.
Many thanks to Eamon Mallie whose donation of stone dug us out of a hole in recent times! Much appreciated Eamon.
AGM is scheduled to take place on Fri 24th November in The Ash Room at 8pm. To nominate a person of your choice for a committee position or to submit a motion to the meeting, go to the club website, castleblayneyhurling.gaa.ie where you can download the relevant forms and submit to club secretary, Sheila Forde, email@example.com. Make sure to check with the person if you are going to nominate them for a position.
Condolences are extended to the family of Eamon Smyth, Beech Drive, Drumillard on his passing. Eamon, grandfather of former player, Keith Smyth, was a great supporter of both the juveniles & seniors. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a anam.