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Moycarkey Borris GAA Club Notes - 27th February 2017

posted 28 Feb 2017, 12:04 by Michelle Donnelly
Senior Club Meeting
On Tuesday, February 21st Moycarkey Borris Senior Club held their Senior Club meeting in the clubrooms. At the meeting the club ratified the commencement of our new Clubhouse. Benny O’Dwyer, Cooldine Construction was the builder approved for the work which is due to start shortly. This is the next stage in the Development and ongoing fundraising for the building will continue. Anyone interested in pledging a grand or just donating to the project can do so by contacting Laurenz Egan, Johnny Corcoran or a Club Officer.

Juvenile Club Meeting
On Thursday, March 2nd the Juvenile Club will hold their monthly club meeting at 9pm in the clubrooms.

Membership
Membership for the 2017 season is now open and can be paid to Senior Club Registrars Kieran Morris or James Power or Senior Club Secretary, Michelle McKelvey or Juvenile Club Registrar Mary Shelly. The membership rates are as follows - Juvenile (Single) Player - €30; Minor (Single) Player - €30; Adult (Single) Player - €50; Family (2 Adults / 2 Boys*) - €70 (Note: Each additional boy is €15); Non-Player / Mentors - €40.

Scór na bPáistí
Best wishes to Micheal Treacy, Sean Hayes, Darragh O’Dwyer, Patrick Dowling (Sub Rhys McCarthy) in the Question time at the Mid Scór na bPáistí Final which will be held in Holycross on Saturday, March 4th at 7pm.

Tipperary County Board GAA Cul Camp Coaches
Tipperary GAA are recruiting part time coaches for their Cul Camp at the moment, full details are available on www.moycarkeyborris.com

Moycarkey Borris Camogie and Ladies Football Club
Under 14 Tipperary Team Captain

Congratulations to Queva O’Meara who captained Tipperary Ladies Football Under 14 team to victory on Saturday last in the Munster Ladies Football Under 14 A Championship.

GAA Congress
Congratulations to Moycarkey Borris member, Caitlin Donnelly who spoke on behalf the GAA Youth Reps at the Annual GAA Congress in Croke Park on Saturday last. Caitlin spoke on Mental Health and the “Little Things” campaign, an initiative led by the GAA in conjunction with the HSE.
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