Club Notes 27th August 2013

A HUGE “Well Done” to Georgina Kelly and the Dublin Junior Camogie Team who won the All Ireland Final on Sunday on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-9 of which Georgina contributed 0.7.

U 16s had a convincing win over Whitehall Colmcille in the League.

Best of luck to our senior camogie team who play St. Oliver Plunkett/Eoghan Ruadh in the first round of the championship on Thursday. Good luck also to all our juvenile teams competing in the first round of the Championship next weekend.

In hurling our seniors were narrowly beaten by Ballybodan St. Endas in the League, Intermediates had a good league win over Good Counsel and Junior C team had a two-point win over Civil Service after extra time in the championship relegation play off. Well done to team and mentors.

Night at the dogs is back! This year it is on Fri 20th September.

Don’t forget Twenty Questions in the Members Bar every Wed night. Admission free.

Faughs Gathering on the All Ireland Hurling Weekend commencing on Friday evening with a coach tour to places of interest in club history and back to the club for a social gathering. On Saturday afternoon we have a skills exhibition by our juvenile boys and girls and in the evening we will host the 1973 championship winning team. Every former player and friend of Faughs is invited to come along and renew old acquaintances and swap a yarn or two.

Golf Society – Martin Freeman Memorial Trophy will be played for next Saturday 31st. August in Craddockstown . Tee time 1.45.p.m. Time sheet behind bar or text Joe O’Callaghan @ 087 2565068

Operation Transformation continues on Mondays @ 8.00p.m. It’s the only time losses are applauded in the club!!!

Dublin’s finest supporter is down to the last 5. Please vote for Robert Emmets chairman – Derek Foley.

Lotto –  Numbers were 3, 20, 23 and 25. No Winner. There was 1 ‘Match Three’ winner, Niamh Scollard C/O Club. Next week’s jackpot will be €2,900.