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8th June 2020

posted 10 Jun 2020, 04:48 by Eoin Meehan

Sympathies:
Kiltubrid GAA would like to offer their deepest sympathies to our former treasurer, Teresa Keaney, her sisters Noreen and Josephine, brother Joe, many grandchildren and extended family on the recent passing of their mother, Annie (Nancy) Moran of Drumkeelanbeg.
We would also like to offer our deepest sympathies to Bridgie mc Girl on the recent passing of John Joe mc Girl, and to their five children, Micheal, Sean, Joe, Christina and Mary, many grandchildren and extended family. May their souls rest in peace.


Virtual SoloRun from Kiltubrid to Croke Park:
In these uncertain times, with fundraising opportunities currently scarce at a local level, we want to lend a helping hand to two local organizations in Kiltubrid who provide an essential voluntary service in our community. Kiltubrid Care of the Aged provides a social outlet & support network for the elderly in our community which includes day trips and Christmas social nights, which bring the elderly in our community together. Kiltubrid Defibrillator Group runs a First Responder Voluntary Service in our community with seven operational defibrillator units throughout the area and fully trained personnel in Heartsaver CPR & AED. In 1983, a Solo-Run from Dublin to Kiltubrid was held to fundraise for the fledgling Kiltubrid GAA which was a massive event at the time. To celebrate this event 37 Years Ago, Kiltubrid people of all ages, both male & female are asked to get involved in a Virtual Solo-Run over June 20th & 21st with the total distance covered between Kiltubrid and Croke Park by return of 340KM. You can undertake the Solo-Run in your Back Garden or in a Safe Area with Social Distancing in mind. Regardless of distance covered or where you are in the world, we want you and your Family to upload a picture in your Green & Red colours to the Kiltubrid GAA Facebook page. Donations to this event can be made securely online via the link below: https://www.gofundme.com/f/kiltubridtocrokeparksolorun


GAA League Predictions Competition
With the ongoing uncertainty that the Covid-19 Pandemic has caused for the GAA Fixtures Calendar in 2020, we have decided to wrap up our GAA League Predictions Competition 2020. With two rounds of fixtures outstanding and a prize fund of €300, the top five on our Leaderboard after Round 5 will each receive a €60 Prize each. Congrats to the 5 Winners Kevin Donohoe, Dermot McKeon, Gabriel Curran, Michael Kane and Kealen McKeon. For those who have already paid in full prior to the Competition Start please contact Eoin 086 315 3438 for a refund of the Final 2 Rounds cost. Thank You to all those who bought and sold slips, whether online or via our as ever accommodating local outlets; Gerties Bar, Sheemore Inn, Lakeside Tavern, Scollans Meats and Talk n Tech. Hopefully we'll be back to normal for the 2021 National Football League in a few Months.

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