Club Notes 2nd October 2018

Best of luck to senior hurlers and management as they play Thomas Davis in the B Championship semi-final in Parnell Park next Friday evening 5th October @ 8:15 pm. Supporter’s bus leaves clubhouse @ 7.00. Call bar manager Cliff @ 4903566 or pop up to the bar to book your seat before Wednesday. Music in the members bar after the Match.
U16 hurlers had a great championship quarter-final victory over Naomh Foinnbarra in Tymon Nth on Sunday. Well done to David and all the lads.
Senior Camogie team had a resounding win over St. Vincent’s to see them secure a championship semi-final spot. Well done all. U8 camogie team also had a comprehensive win over St. Vincent’s in their blitz on Sunday morning. A great day’s work all round.
Next oiche cheoil agus craic in the Members’ bar this Thurs 4th Oct.
This year’s Food Fair takes place in Sat. 10th November. Tickets will be on sale shortly. Contact Evelyn or Monica for further details.
Condolences to Caroline Keenan, on the tragic untimely death of her husband Noel last Tuesday. To Emily, Sam, the Keenan & Quinn families and all of Noel’s extended family & friends we extend our deepest sympathy. Deepest Sympathy also to the family of Mary Ryan, Mother of Martin Ryan who gave sterling service to Faughs before his untimely departure. May they rest in Eternal Peace.
Club Lotto – Jackpot €6,300. Numbers 6, 9, 16 & 17. No Winner, One ‘Match 3’ winner – E&M Beagan. Next week’s jackpot will be €6,400.
Our U/12 Camogie girls & some mentors took part in ‘Hell & Back’ on Sunday, a super achievement by all both individually & as a team.