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Club Notes - Monday, 21st March, 2016

posted 20 Mar 2016, 14:39 by Athlone GAA
ACFL Division 4:
Athlone 2-9 Tyrrellspass 1-12
see match report on left....

St. Patrick's Day Parade
Well done to all the boys and girls who marched in the St. Patrick's Day Parade. On a beautiful spring morning we had our best turnout in many a year when over 80 children and many other “big” children marching.  It was wonderful to see the blue and white adorning the streets. Special thanks to our Smurf mascots and to our make-up artists Val, Kate, Geraldine & Lauryn and also our flag carriers.  A special word of thanks to our resident photographer Padraig Devaney, see parade photos on Athlone GAA Official FB. 

Underage football for boys and girls age 4-12 continues every Sunday at 11.30am.  New players are always welcome and never hesitate to bring a friend. Any queries, contact David O'Connell at 087 2397519.

Membership 2016 is now due and can be paid online at www.athlone.gaa.ie or in the Clubhouse.  All life and honorary members can collect their membership in the Club or by contacting the Minor Board Registrar at 087 6799472.

Athlone GAA Bingo:
Bingo will start at the later time of 9pm on Holy Thursday.  Loads of cash prizes, everyone welcome.

Athlone GAA Golf Society 2016:
The first outing of the year was held in Moate Golf Club on Saturday last.  There was a great turnout on a beautiful day.
The Captain for 2016 is Danny O`Connor and the President is Lily O`Sullivan.  All the members wish them the best of luck for the coming year.
The Athlone GAA Golf Society would like to thank the Fagan Family for donating the trophy for the Golfer of the Year. The winner of the Larry Fagan Trophy for 2015 was Lily O`Sullivan, presented by Ronan Fagan.
The following were the prizewinners on the day:
1st Prize: Rory Quinn.
2nd Prize: Danny O Connor.
3rd Prize: Tom McTiernan.
Special Prize: Pat McTiernan.

Vote of Sympathy:
The Cuffe Family, The Pines.
The Curran Family, Coosan.
The Brooks Family, Ballinasloe.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.
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