Wednesday, February 22, 2006

News 22 - 1 - 06

Dinner Dance
The Dinner Dance takes place on Friday night next, February 24th in the Shannon Key West Hotel in Roosky and music on the night will be by Busy Fingers. There are still a number of tickets priced €35 available from Mícheál Mc Gowan (086 2561023), Jackie Conboy (087 8249820), Tom Moran, Orla Bohan, Pat Farrell and Trevor Howard. A great night in store with the usual spot prizes, guest speakers and the presentation of the Annual Awards for Ladies and men’s club players of the year and the Club person of the Year.

Minor League
The Minor team played their second league game on Sunday last and again produced the goods with an excellent 2-9 to 1-8 victory over Sean O Heslins. Two second half goals in quick sucession from Declan Shanley and Feargal Howard were the crucial scores that ensured our excellent start to the year was maintained.
The team at the weekend was: Alan Croghan, Conor Mc Cauley, Sean Ryan, Damian Mc Gowan, Niall O Connor, Paul Hackett, David O Connor (0-4), Fergal Howard (1-0), Mervyn Howard (0-1), Sean Mc Keon (0-3), David Mulligan, Declan Shanley (1-0), Oliver Vaughan (0-1). Subs: Darren Mc Gushin and Bernard Hackett.


A note to hand from Noel Mahon to thank all for their contributions to the New Year’s Day GOAL mile. Noel tells me that EUR 9,116.10 was raised. Go raibh maith agaibh go léir is ráth Dé ar an obair iontach a Nollaig.

We’d like to express the sympathies of all at the club to the Farrell family, Cloonmorris on the death of Mary and also the Daly family Moheraven on the death of Tommy, one of the oldest people in the local area, who was a member of the 1928 Annaduff team and died recently aged 102. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha uilig.

Our congratulations to club player and current Set dancing sensation John “Barnes” Shanley, on his engagement at the weekend to long time girlfriend Louise Crowe from Dromod. It was proof positive that the Bors are indeed getting very cosmopolitan as hot on the heels of Brian Mallon’s proposal in Rome, John got on the knee in the City of love itself, Paris.
Indeed, whoever is planning the next Ceist Mór will have to really think hard to trump the two lads! In any case, the best of luck to you both and we all hope you have a very happy life together.

No comments: