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  • Club newsletter: November 11th, 2015

    11.11.2015

    Lotto: Still not won…
    Numbers drawn: 11, 17, 20, 26
    3 x €20 winners: Rose Mulligan, Mary Foy, Julie Gallagher
    Next week’s jackpot: still €10,000!

    As THIS IS THE CLUB’S MAIN INCOME we would urge you to please support the club Lotto. If you wish to join our prepaid lottery please contact Emer Lynch (086) 3583455 or Ann Gilsenan (087) 2875070. 

    Upcoming fixtures

    • Saturday 14th Nov: Leinster IHC: Kiltale v Portlaoise – venue Trim, throw-in 2pm
    • Saturday 14th Nov: Meath ICC final: Kiltale v Boardsmill – venue Dunboyne, throw-in 11am
      Please note the change of venue – spectators can park in the main pitch and walk down, as the game is actually in the castle pitch.
    • Sunday 15th Nov: Meath U-13 Camogie league final: Kiltale v Clan na Gael – venue Dunganny, throw-in 11am

    Best of luck to the seniors in their Leinster semi-final this Saturday – COME ON THE PARISH!

    Best of luck also to the senior and under-13 camogie teams and their mentors in their finals this weekend.

    Let’s support all our hurlers and Camogie players this weekend – be the 16th man or girl with your flags and support!

    Kiltale Christmas Party Night

    The club’s annual Christmas Party will be held in the clubhouse on Saturday 12th December. More details to follow.

    Caution

    Please do not leave valuables in your car or in the gear bag in the dressing rooms. There has been a number of incidents of cars been broken into and items stolen from cars and dressing rooms.  We ask you all to be alert and please be careful.

    Bingo

    Bingo takes place on Tuesday nights at 8.30pm (sharp) in the clubhouse.

    Support the Clubhouse

    ~ Live music – Sunday 15th November – Ray Murtagh – 7pm to 9pm ~

    The Clubhouse is available for parties/functions – contact Eamon Regan at 086 3778478 for bookings.

    Come and join us for a friendly drink during the week or over the weekends, watch the sport on TV over a drink, or hold your family function or meetings in the Clubhouse.

    We ask all to PLEASE consider the Clubhouse for functions/meeting and keep this vital HUB of our community open.

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