Corr: Kathleen Donohoe. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The sun shone brilliantly on the Martin Cadden tractor run on Saturday when hundreds of tractors converged on the GFC park to set in motion a very unique sight. It was a magnificient sight to behold as the modern and vintage vehicles snailed their way through the neighbouring countryside and locals gathered at vantage points to cheer the drivers on with cameras at the ready. It was noticeable that there were many ladies among the . Before and after the run refreshments were served in the GFC John Wilson complex and also at other points along the route. Proceeds go towards the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and the organisers appreciate the huge support from the parish and much further afield. This was a fine tribute to Martin, a local lad from farming stock who plied his trade around the world and sadly his untimely death brought a short but busy to an abrupt end. May he rest in peace.
Venue: Micsinâ€™s 7/04/15, numbers drawn were 18, 24, 22, 29. Jackpot â‚¬4,000 - No Jackpot winner. â‚¬100 winner: Sean Og Brady, Kilsarn; â‚¬25 winners; Martin Muldoon, Kilcogy; Josephine McGahern, Annagh; Phil Donohoe, Abbeylara; Mary Byrne, Mullahoran. The Club will hold a Race Night in Glan Bar on Friday, 1st May at 9.30pm.
GFC Juvenile Committee
Wish to thank everyone who gave their time to help out with Easter Camp which was a very successful venture and very much enjoyed by the children. Special thanks to Gerry Cadden, Enda Reilly & Killian Brady for all their hard work, also to Paudie & Margaret McKenna who donated Easter eggs and refreshments for all.
GFC are holding a Table quiz in the Parochial hall this Friday night at 9pm in aid of underage football.
When the Cavan team travelled to New York recently they put in a great effort to win the Mick Higgins Memorial Cup after a two-game tournament in Gaelic Park. Playing their part were local Clubmen Killian Brady and Enda Reilly and in fact the whole team and panel were a credit to their County. The carnival atmosphere which prevailed on Sunday afternoon was a follow-up to a previous Meet & Greet and a chance to catch up with old acquaintances and relax in good company. Some supporters who travelled for the occasion thoroughly enjoyed the event and were very impressed with the hospitality they received and the overall goodwill evident in the Irish/U.S. community. A big Thank You to all.
Results from 8th April; 1st Lady â€“ Vera Leahy, 2nd Lady â€“ Eileen Lynch, 3rd Lady â€“ Katie Galligan, 1st Gent â€“ Val Goldrick, 2nd Gent â€“ Patsy Lynch, 3rd Gent â€“ Gerry Leavy, 1st Half â€“ Anne Byrne, 2nd Half â€“ Agnes Dermody, Mystery â€“ Dan Mel Reilly, Andy Dalton, Kathleen Rafferty, Next game this Wedensday 22nd at 9 pm.
There was a good turnout for Fun Run and Walk on Sunday last in aid of Defibrillator for the village which will be a useful asset when installed. The organising committee wish to thank all who help out and supported this worthwhile venture.
Mass for Ireland
The Lamb Will Conquer â€“ Knock Basilicia Saturday 25th April at 3pm. There will be a Mass for the protection of the sanctity of marriage, family and human life and for the well-being of our country at 3 p.m. with Stations of the Cross and Rosary from 2 pm. For information contact Bernie 085.1661754 or email email@example.com.
Gowna Church of Ireland invite you to join them for a Social evening of music, song and dance on Saturday 2nd May from 9:00pm until late in Gowna Community Centre. Music by Mark Gregory Country and Friends. Supper will be served. Raffle on the night. Subscription Voluntary. All are welcome to attend.
The Latin School Players wish to present their 3 Act play â€œThe Communication Cordâ€ by well known playwright Brian Friel in the Latin School Community Centre on Friday 1st May, Saturday 2nd May and Sunday 3rd May at 8.30pm. Tickets on sale in Moyne Cross Stores, Corriganâ€™s, Lynchâ€™s of Arva and McSeains of Cornafean. Tickets â‚¬10.