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  • Club newsletter: February 18th, 2016

    18.02.2016

    Lotto: STILL not won!
    Numbers drawn: 13, 14, 16, 26
    3 x €20 winners: Gemma Langrishe, Maureen Regan, PJ Walsh
    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. 

    GAA National Draw 2016 – thank you

    A huge thank you to those who have handed back their tickets – your support for the draw is very much appreciated. All tickets sold money goes directly to the club. We wish you all good luck when the draw takes place!

    Meath Hurling Coaching Conference 2016

    Places are quickly filling up for this very highly recommended conference taking place in Dunganny on February 20th, from 9am to 4pm.

    Speakers on the day include Anthony Cunningham, Michael Duignan, Paul Clarke, Paudie Butler, Tommy Dunne and Christy O’Connor.

    €30 per person – for all bookings contact 086 8282458.

    Dinner Dance 2016

    Kiltale Hurling Club’s annual dinner dance will take in Trim Castle Hotel on Wednesday 16th March. Tickets are €40 and can be purchased from any committee member.

    All tickets must be purchased before the night (same arrangements apply as the last two years). We must have total numbers confirmed by March 12th so please buy quickly!

    Seated by 7.45pm and meal and proceedings start at 8pm (sharp).

    Good luck

    The best of luck to our club members representing Meath in senior inter-county hurling and football throughout the Allianz Leagues!

    Membership for 2016

    All membership is due by the 27th March. In the coming weeks Membership Officer Janet Lenehan will organise a registration night, and attend training sessions to assist all with payment.  2015 membership was paid in full by players/mentors and families and we acknowledge this with thanks.  For 2016 we will ask the same and with the assistance of the membership officer and all concerned.

    1. Senior Full Adult (player with voting rights) €100
    2. Over 18 and Studying (player with voting rights) €60
    3. Single Juvenile U18 (no voting rights) €60
    4. Family Membership in conjunction with Kiltale Camogie Club (2 adults and children in full-time education) €180.
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      f availing of option 4, please list names of people in your family that you wish to be registered with the Hurling club. Upon registration members over 18 years of age are entitled to vote at General meetings of the Club in accordance with the Official Hurling Rules.
    5. Full membership (with voting rights) €80
    6. If you are presently paying €15 monthly direct debit to the hurling club development fund this is your membership fee. To be registered complete a membership form
    7. Social Club Membership – for use of walking track/facilities (no voting rights) €60

    This annual tournament started last week – best of luck to all the Hurling and Camogie teams, mentors and parents.

    Coming soon: Strictly Come Dancing

    The club’s major fundraiser for 2016 will be Strictly Come Dancing, taking place this Autumn at Trim GAA Club.

    A dance and choreographic teacher have now been selected, so now it’s up to the dancers… if you are interested, contact details will be given for the committee organising this event in the coming weeks.

    Operation Transformation

    Lose a pound and gain funds for Kiltale Camogie Club! Please remember to sponsor those competing in this challenge. View how they are getting on every Tuesday evening at the pitch.

    Bingo

    Bingo has returned to the clubhouse every Tuesday night at 8:30pm sharp.

    Support the Clubhouse

    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.

     ~Don’t forget to follow Kiltale Hurling & Camogie Club, and the Kiltale Clubhouse, on Facebook! ~

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