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Club News 4th April

posted 5 Apr 2018, 01:57 by Letterkenny Gaels   [ updated 5 Apr 2018, 01:57 ]
The Club hosted a very successful Golf Classic on Good Friday at Portsalon Golf Course. The overall winner was Donal Murphy’s team. Thanks to all who took part, to all the sponsors and to Portsalon Golf Club for hosting.

Pride of place this week goes to Ray Winters and his U-14 Hurling charges who qualified for The Feile na nGael 2018. The lads had a big day on Saturday in Buncrana and Burt and now look forward to the finals in June. Training for the U-14s continues every Tuesday evening at the pitch from 6.30-7-30pm.

In Camogie the U-14s tried their best at the Camogie Feile in Convoy on Saturday but it wasn't their day. With all but one of the squad available next year, they will be back for another go in 2019. 
  • Camogie training resumes at Pairc na Gaeil on Friday 13th April for U8, 10 & 12 from 6.30-8pm. New girls welcome, equipment available. 
U10 & 12 blitzes in O'Donnell park Friday 6th April as part of Pan Celtic Festival with all girls invited to take part in a parade in Letterkenny at 2pm.
  • U14 camogie training is on Wednesdays at 6pm on the pitch.

Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure in Letterkenny are currently stocking Club gear which includes replica jerseys, training tops, jackets, bobble hats, scarfs etc.

  • Underage football training continues for all age groups. Please contact your relevant manager for more details.

Sympathy is extended to Tommy Gallagher, Rathmullan and the Smyth family Ballyraine, on their recent bereavements.

Bingo continues every Monday in the Arena 7. The Jackpot stands at €6550. Next week is our 2nd anniversary and to celebrate this we are offering €100 on the line for the Jackpot sheet and if the Snowball isn’t won on 45 numbers or less, we will be giving away €500 for the house. 
Doors from 8pm. Eyes down 9pm. All welcome.

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