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Club Notes - Monday, 12th March 2017

posted 13 Mar 2018, 12:07 by Athlone GAA
​​​​​ACFL Division 1
Athlone 2-8 Rosemount 3-7
see match report on left...

St. Patrick's Day 2018
Calling all members, players family and friends young and old.  We will be marching in the St. Patrick's Days Parade. Meet in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel at 1.45pm and please wear your club colours and beanie hats.  Jerseys and flags will be provided for our younger members.

We're Back!
Underage football for boys and girls aged 4 to 12 (except U10 boys who resume on 25th March) continues on Sunday 18th March at 11.30am.  New players very welcome, come along on Sunday or contact Joe Fallon at 086 8846731 with any queries.  

Registration for all members will also take place in the Clubhouse on Sunday between 11am-1pm or you can register online at   Life members can collect their membership cards in the Club or contact Teresa Small, Registrar at 087 6799472

Easter Camp
Westmeath Coaching and Games are running an Easter Camps in Athlone on Wednesday 28h and Thursday 29th March in Páirc Chiaran  – facilitating boys and girls 2nd – 6th class. Registration for the camp in Athlone is via the following link:-

Club Gear 
There will be limited supply of jerseys, shorts, socks, half zip training tops, beanie hats and gear bags on sale on Sunday between 11am-1pm.  We will also be taking orders for new stock.

Lotto Results:
There was no winner of this weeks €3,450 jackpot.
The numbers drawn were 4-15-19-29.
There were three match three winners.
Mark Samuels c/o Teresa Small.
Kathleen Cleary c/o Bingo.
5 Stars c/o Mags Daly.
Next weeks jackpot will be €3,600.

Athlone GAA Bingo:
Bingo takes place in the Clubhouse every Thursday at 8.30pm. Loads of cash prizes. Everyone Welcome.

Race Night:
The annual Athlone GAA Race Night will be held in the Clubhouse on Friday 23rd March. Everyone Welcome for what promises to be a great night.

Well done to Noel Mulligan, John Egan, John Connellan and the rest of the Westmeath Senior Football Team who defeated Fermanagh in the Allianz Football League.

Vote of Sympathy:
The Carty Family, Bonavalley.
The O'Dea Family, Garnnafealagh.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.