Corr: Mary Whitney, Croshea – Tel: 043 66 75012
Congratulations to Joseph Farrell, Cartronawar, Ardagh who won the under 8 boys Leinster Irish Dancing Championships on the 14th November in the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth. Joseph is a pupil of the Doolan Cullen School of Irish Dancing.
Our A team have reached the halfway stage of the league. Since our last notes we played Streete A away, winning three and a half points to one and half points and on Thursday last we completed the first half of the league with a home match to Tyrellspass, losing three points to two points leaving us with a solid sixteen points at the half way stage. On Tuesday last our B team travelled to Athlone and came away with a very good win three points to Athlone’s two at a very difficult venue. Our B team travel to Ballymore on Wednesday next 25th to play Ballymore A team. Our Christmas competition draw takes place on Thursday night next. We have a big day out on Sunday next 29th as we are hosting the Westmeath doubles commencing at 2pm. All members be prepared to give some help.
Night at the Dogs
The G.A.A. night at the dogs takes place on Saturday, 5th December in Mullingar greyhound track. Tickets €20 includes return bus from Ardagh and entry to the dogs and €2,000 bumper race draw. A great night out in store so get your ticket from any member of the committee as they are selling fast and places are limited.
Samaritans church gate collection takes place next Sunday, 29th November. Please support.
Sympathy is extended to Paul O’Meara and family, The Moore on the death of Paul’s father, John O’Meara in Thurles. May he rest in peace.
Tidy Towns Lotto €8,700
Numbers drawn 2, 12, 13, 22. No winner, €25 each to Nan Gallagher, Barney; Tommy Farrell, Ballinruddy; Kathleen Farrell, Cartrongarrow. Thanking all supporters of the lotto.
St Brigid’s AGM
St Brigids Gaels Gaelic Club are holding their AGM in Ardagh GAA clubhouse on Monday, 30th November at 8pm. For the club to continue it is essential that at least one parent attends.
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