Thanks to all who supported the cake sale last weekend - both bakers and customers! 

We are currently searching for Managers for the Senior and Junior teams for next year. If you are interested please contact Chairman, Lauri Quinn. The club wish to thank the Intermediate Management team, Paul O'Grady, Dessie Leonard, Mick Candon and Fergal White and the Junior Management team, Martin Nealon and Liam Brennan for the hard work they put in this year and for giving up their free time to manage the teams.  

The lotto draw takes place this Saturday 6th Dec in Foleys, Gleann when the jackpot will be €2,200.

The Card Games will start this weekend - also in Foleys commencing at 9PM - anyone who needs transport contact Paul Higgins on 087 2182419 or any club member and we will make sure you get there and home.


The Club will be participating in the National Club Draw which takes place next Jan - tickets are €10 each and all proceeds go to the club. In the coming weeks we will be distributing tickets to all players and parents and we hope to get a good response to this important fund raising effort. 

Bord Na Nog are collecting unwanted clothes, paired shoes/runners, handbags, curtains, towels etc - all clean and dry along with mobile phones and laptops (in seperate bag) - they can be dropped off in the clubhouse next Saturday 6th Dec from 12PM to 2PM. 

Scor NaNog takes place on 3rd Jan in Dromore West. We hope to enter teams in as many categories as possible, instrumental groups, dancing, story telling etc. The quiz takes place on 17th Jan - all participants need to be U17 on 1/1/2015 - please contact Paul Higgins for further details on 087 2182419. 

The winners of the monthly draw were Niall Kearns, Mary Kearns and Eimear Kearns. 

The date of the AGM has been set for 17th Jan. 

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Carmel Lavin, Ballymote and Gerry O’Boy, formerly of Castle Neynoe who died in England. We also express sympathy with Noel Mullaney, Sooey on the death of his sister Mary Smullen during the week, and Anne O'Brien, Lavally on the death of her brother Michael Callinan in Clare.