The U-21 hurlers will play Thurles Sarsfields in the county semi-final this weekend. Check county fixtures to confirm details
The Annual General Meeting will be held in the clubroom on Friday December 18th. Nomination papers will be available from secretary Kay Cahalan and can also be downloaded from the website www.kilruanemacdonaghs.com
Vodafone Support Your club
There has been a fantastic response throughout the parish to the Vodafone Support Your club initiative. 5% of your top up or your bill will go directly to the Kilruane MacDonaghs club at absolutely no cost to you. The club would like to thank all who have already registered and encourages all Vodafone customers in the parish to join the scheme by contacting secretary Kay Cahalan 087-9059592 or any committee member. Your support will help provide badly needed finance for the Kilruane MacDonaghs club.
Ardcroney Community Field
Ardcroney Community Field has organized a limited draw with a total prize fund of €10,000 including a top prize of €5,000. Tickets costing €50 are on sale and are available from Ger Darcy 086-2752838, Sarah Ryan 087-7788165, Kay Cahalan 087-9059592 or any committee member. The draw will take place in Ardcroney Hall on Friday December 4th. To avoid disappointment immediate purchase of tickets is advisable.
The Club Lotto jackpot wasn’t won last week on Tuesday November 17th and now stands at €11,350. The numbers drawn were 7-13-15-27. A full list of weekly winners can be viewed on website.
The club would like to congratulate Finbar McLoughney on his recent marriage to Cathy Keenan.
The club would like to extend its sympathy to the Rohan family Church Road, the Conroy family Nenagh, the Flannery family Rathnaleen and the family of the late Mick Williams Blackrock Dublin and formerly of Cloughjordan, on their recent bereavements. Mick Williams played juvenile hurling with Kilruane MacDonaghs before throwing his lot in with Faughs when he moved to Dublin in his teens. He won two county championship medals in the gold and green of Faughs and he also played in the 1948 and 1952 All-Ireland finals with Dublin.