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posted 13 Nov 2011, 12:48 by Unknown user
JUNIOR A HURLING- Best of luck to our Junior hurlers who play Emly this Saturday in Dundrum at 2p.m in the Junior A Co Semi-Final. All supporters are asked to make the trip and get behind the lads. 

Votes of Sympathies: At our November meeting votes of sympathies were passed to the Geoghegan Family Mitchell Street and the Cooke Family Loughtagalla.

The Runai
We are looking forward to hosting the launch of Tomas O Baroids autobiography in our Clubhouse this Friday November 11th at 8pm. The book entitled ' The Runai' 50 years of GAA Memories was written by Tommy with Susan Max. The book will be officially launched by former GAA President,Peter Quinn on the night. Copies of the book will be available for sale on the night and all proceeds go to the hospice. GAA people from far and wide will join Tommy and his family to celebrate a life time of service to the Gaa at club,county and national level.

St Stephens Night Fancy Dress.
Our annual fancy dress party which takes place on St Stephens night is a date to put in your Christmas diaries. Tickets will be available from usual outlets next week. The Paddies will provide the music this year and there will be substantial prizes on offer for best dressed individual and couples. More details next week.
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