Kilruane MacDonaghs Notes 09-Jan-2019
We will host the annual North Tipperary GAA Awards night on this Friday, 11th January at 8.00pm. Kilruane MacDonaghs have been named North Tipperary Club of the Year and Justin Cahill has been selected the 2018 North Tipperary Senior Hurler of the Year.
Ashley Park House is the venue for the Dinner Dance which will be held on Friday, 18th January at 8.00pm. Guest of Honour will be Sean Kelly MEP former GAA President (2003-2006). The senior hurlers will be presented with their North Tipperary medals. Special guests on the night will be the Kilruane MacDonaghs 1993 U21 hurling team that won the North and County ‘B’ titles. Tickets, costing €50, are now available from Joe Whelan, Mary McLoughney, John Mulcahy, Michael O’Meara, Susan O’Brien, Brian Gaynor and Gilbert Williams. Patrons are advised to be present at 7.30pm as the function will start punctually and will not be delayed to facilitate late arrivals.
The Adjourned AGM will take place in the Clubroom on this Thursday, 10th January at 8.00pm. Everybody is invited to attend.
The Annual General Meeting of the Juvenile Club will be held in the Clubroom on Thursday, 24th
The presentation of Juvenile medals will take place in the Thomas MacDonagh Complex on Saturday, 26th January.
Membership fees remain the same as 2018: U6, U8 and U10 €10; U12, U14, U16 and U18 €30; players over minor €50 and non-playing adults €30. Subscriptions will be due in January. 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 which will be available at the Adjourned AGM. Non-playing adults, who join the club, will be put on text list. Paid-up members can also apply for match tickets.
The next draw takes place on this Friday, 11th January. Promoters and subscribers are asked to bring all payments up to date.
The club extends sympathy to Ray O’Meara and the McCarthy family, Behamore on the death of Eithne McCarthy, Randalstown, Belfast and formerly Behamore.