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29th February 2012

posted 6 Mar 2012, 12:18 by Unknown user   [ updated 6 Mar 2012, 12:18 ]
The entire parish was left reeling when news of the very sad passing
of Sandra Earley spread on Friday morning last. The Club would like to
express its heartfelt sympathy to Sandra’s fiancé Barry and their
children Latisha, Jodie and little Layla, to her heartbroken family,
her Dad Johnny, her brothers Dermot and Micheal and her sister Louise
and to all her extended relatives and friends. Sandra was a huge part
of our club, she was a great footballer and a huge asset on the Ladies
team. Her huge smile and fun loving outlook on life brushed off on all
around her. Sandra was pre deceased only weeks earlier by her mum
Teresa and its seems unbelievable that such a nice family should have
to go through so much heartbreak and pain. The huge crowds that turned
out to pay their respects and all the teams from the various clubs
that took part in the guards of honour showed what high esteem she was
held in. While we feel that Sandra’s passing leaves a huge void in
both the club and the community we know that it is nothing like the
void left in the Lupton and Earley homes. Our thoughts and prayers are
with them at this very difficult time, may she rest in peace.

We would ask everyone to please have a spring clean and a look in car
boots, football bags, outhouses or anywhere you feel that there may be
Kiltubrid jerseys lying around as there are a number of jerseys from
each set missing so if you find them we would be very grateful it they
were returned.

Congratulations to Ronan Geoghegan who was one of the tiny minority
whose work was selected when Fishamble Theatre Company and The Irish
Times invited people to write “Tiny Plays for Ireland” for production.
His work “A Life” will be among 25 plays staged from March 15th to
31st. The Club would like to wish Ronan every sucess in the future.

Congratulations and best wishes to Johnny and Noeleen Mc Govern on the
birth of a beautiful baby  girl, Jessica.

Leitrim Supporters Tickets
The Leitrim Supporters Tickets are now on sale at a cost of €40.00
which includes some great prizes and a DVD of the history of Leitrim
GAA over the last two decades. Anyone who wishes to buy one can
contact any of the club officials.
pro kiltubrid
Feb 28 (7 days ago)

to Leitrim

Our minor team take on Bornacoola at home on Saturday next at 12.00
and our Senior team take on St Marys in Carrick on Sunday at 3.00pm.
Best of luck to both teams.