Kilruane MacDonaghs GAA Notes Feb-12-2020
Under 21 Football
The scheduled football game against Borrisokane fell foul of storm Ciara at the weekend and will now take place on Saturday, 15th February in Borrisokane at 2.00pm.
Kilruane MacDonaghs are away to Portroe in the first round of the ‘B’ championship on this Sunday, 16th February at 11.30pm. (Note time change). Silvermines and Newport are also in the group with the top two qualifying for the semi-finals.
Cathal England and Cian Moyles were on the North Tipperary team that overcame South Tipperary in the Peadar Cummins Tournament. Danny Cahalan and Jack Mulcahy were on the U15 team that got the better of Mid Tipperary while Eoin Carroll was on the U16 team that lost to out to the Mid.
Craig Morgan lined out on the Mary I team that lost to IT Carlow in the Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final. Injury ruled out Darragh Peters from taking his place on the Limerick side.
The club would like to welcome the Clough Inn as the our new main sponsor for the next three years. Thanks to proprietor Gary Kerley for coming on board.
Thanks to Damian Mulcahy of Mulcahy Car Sales, Ardcroney who has been our main sponsor since 2015.
The Lotto Jackpot wasn’t won and now stands at €9,600. The next Draw is in the Corner House on Monday night. Thanks for your continued support.
Membership fees for 2020: Juvenile & Minors €30; Players over minor €100 –this includes Lotto Subscription for the year; and non-playing adults €30. Subscriptions are now due. Players should pay their respective managers and supporters can join with any committee member. Players can only participate in games when membership fee is paid. There is absolutely no exception to this. All paid-up subscribers will receive a specially designed club-membership card.
Last year eighty-one members availed of this very attractive package. For just €200 you will have a full year’s Lotto subscription, entry to the Tipperary Draw as well as your membership. In effect, supporters who subscribe to this package will have free membership — a saving of €30. Supporters have the option of paying by direct debit.
The club extends sympathy to the family of the late Breeda Slevin (née Guest), Ardcroney and the family of the late Tony Grace, Ballycapple. Tony was a member of the Kilruane MacDonaghs minor panel that won the North final in 1952.