Kilruane MacDonaghs Notes February 7th 2022
Craig Morgan lined out at corner-back in Tipperary’s victory over Laois in testing conditions. Cian Darcy was among the substitutes.
All coaches involved with underage teams must be Garda Vetted, attend a Safeguarding Course and obtain a minimum coaching qualification. Our outgoing Children’s Officer Yvonne O’Looney has done tremendous work in ensuring that our coaches fulfil these requirements. Our incoming Children’s Officer Jenny Whelan has hit the ground running and has organised a Child Safeguarding Course in the Clubroom on Thursday, 17th February. Managers will be contacting their selectors in relation to this Course. The Juvenile Club will also be organising a Foundation Coaching Course in the near future.
The Tipperary County Board is currently seeking applications from interested individuals to participate in the upcoming Referee Recruitment in 2022, to address the future refereeing needs within the Premier County. The referee’s secretary Philip Kelly can be contacted on 0872863683.
The Jackpot now stands at €2,600. Tickets are available from the usual outlets or you can join on Clubforce.com. Thanks for your continued support.
We had a very successful night in the February Tipperary Draw. Orla Prout & Vincent Considine, Ardcroney claimed the second prize of €5,000 with Margaret Prout pocketing the €400 Promoter’s Prize. Our club sponsor Gary Kerley, Clough Inn won €1,000 while the Darcy family, Ballinwear picked up €200.
The weekly Bingo session in the Fr. O’Meara Centre, Kilruane resumes on Saturday 12th February at 8.00pm. We look forward to seeing all our regulars once again and new players are most welcome.
North Tipperary Hospice
North Tipperary Hospice is currently organising a Campervan Draw valued at €75,000. The club is urging all our members to support this Draw. Tickets costing €25 are available from the club.
The club extends sympathy to: the Treacy family, Arrowe Park Townfields on the death of John Treacy; Pat McCarthy, Ballycapple on the death of his sister Josephine Hickey, Drumcondra, Dublin and formerly Springfield, Borrisokane; the O’Neill and Gleeson families on the death of Nancy O’Neill (née Gleeson), Chapelozid, Dublin and formerly Borrisokane; John Oakley, Springmount, Cloughjordan on the death of his brother Stephen Oakley, Ballywilliam, Shinrone; and Eamonn Oakley, Burntwood on the death of his sister Lily Darcy, Rathcabbin.