Leitrim V Limerick
Unfortunately Leitrims winning streak in 2013 came to an end on Sunday
last in Limerick when they beaten by the home side on a scoreline of
0-11 to 0-9. Leitrim now welcome Clare and Mick O Dwyer next weekend
in Pairc Sean in Carrick so lets hope luck is back on Leitrims side
Thanks to all who came down to our registration night on Friday night
last. For all others who wish to pay their Club membership they can
still do so by contacting club registrar Paddy Whitlow 087 7948163 or
any club official. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the club every
paid up member will be entered into a quarterly draw for €35.00 along
with their car sticker, gaa membership card and entry into a draw for
the chance to buy the football/hurling all Ireland tickets.
Thanks to all who contributed to our clothing recycling drive in aid
of KILTUBRID GAA CLUB, anyone who has still stuff it can be left down
to the pitch before next Wednesday morning 13th February. Please
donate all your clean unwanted clothes also bed linen, curtains,
towels, curtains, shoes, bags, belts and soft toys. Wearable clothes
will be recycled and reused and other items will be recycled for items
such as industrial wipes or soundproofing. MOBILE PHONES ARE ACCEPTED
BUT PLEASE KEEP SEPARATE BOOKS ARE ACCEPTED BUT NO SCHOOL BOOKS (TEXT
OR COPY), MAGAZINES OR DIARIES
NO HOUSEHOLD BRIC A BRAC. Your support is very much appreciated.
Date for your diary
Please keep free in your diaries Easter Sunday night 31st March as we
are holding our Offical 35th year Anniversary Gathering Party in
Cardiffs Lakeside Tavern, more
details in the coming weeks.
The Club would like to wish all the ladies in the parish who are
celebrating their birthdays this week, Eilis Cardiff, Sinead Tighe,
Sinead Foley and Helena O Rourke! We hope you all enjoy the day.
Ard na Speire
We hope everyone in the parish is out training, whether you walk, run
or crawl for the Ard Na Speire 10km and 4km Run/Walk in memory of the
late Sandra Earley on Sunday 24th February at Kilclare at 2pm. Entry
fee €10.00. For those of you who are not feeling energetic volunteers
for stewards/helpers are also needed. Proceeds of this will go to
Heart House which is a family heart screening clinic for families who
have lost loved ones to Sudden Adult Death Syndrome. Please encourage
everyone you know, family members, neighbours, friends, work
colleagues to come along on the day and to support or to help out in
this very worthy cause.
Pleases note that as of January 1st 2013 mouth-guards are compulsory
for all underage players from under 6 to under 18. All players must
bring and wear their mouth-guard at all training sessions & matches.
Mouth-guards must be worn for the duration of the game or training
session. Where an underage player comes to a match or training
session without their mouth-guard they cannot be allowed to
participate at any time during the game or session. You can get more
information on the type of mouth guards approved by the GAA from your
underage coach or club official. Suitable mouth-guards are widely
available in all the local sports shops. However the club do not
recommend any particular range or style. This is a matter of
preference for each player or parent.