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KILROSSANTY NOTES

posted 25 Jan 2011, 06:16 by Unknown user

CLOTTO SPONSORED BY KILL AGRICULTURAL LTD
There was no winner in the weekly clotto held last sunday night in Micilins.
25 Euros each to the following; April and Rebecca Kelly c/oMicilins,
Keith Hogan, lemybrien, Ger Walsh, Furraleigh, Breda Crotty
Kilrossanty, Sellers prizes to; Michael O Brien c/o Crottys Inn and
Paul Lennon, lemybrien.
Numbers were; 11,20,22 24.
Jackpot next Sunday night 7,000 Euros in Crottys Inn.

SENIOR FOOTBALL
We have been placed in the following group for the championship:
Kilrossanty,Stradbally,Nire,Rathgormack.  The first round is due to be
fixed for mid May where we will take on Stradbally.

MEMBERSHIP
Membership for 2011 is now due.  Contact Robbie Whelan or any
committee member the following rates apply Player Membership €50.00
Family Membership €40.00 Non Player Membership €30.00 Student (Over-16
only) €20.00 Retired €20.00 Child (16 yrs and under) €10.00 per child

QUIZ NIGHT THIS FRIDAY
There will be a quiz night on Friday the 28th of January in Micilins
bar to raise money for the day to day running of the club so please
put a team together (four per team) and support the green and gold.

OLD MOBILE PHONES
We are calling on anybody with old mobile phones to please put them in
the recycling box at the gym.  If the club collect 350 phones we will
receive a free set of jerseys or 450 phones a free heart
defibrillator.  You will also be helping out the Jack and Jill
foundation.

ANNUAL COLLECTION
Kilrossanty gaa will be having its annual church gate collection this weekend.

CLUB MERCHANDISE SHOP
You can now buy club jerseys/shorts/socks/Hoodies/Beanie hats and
hurling helmets by going
to kilrossanty.waterford.gaa.ie and clicking on the merchandise shop link.

GYM OPENING HOURS
The gym is now open from 6pm to 9.30pm Monday to Friday and Saturday
2pm to 4pm Sunday 11am to 1pm
(closed on bank holidays).

CLOTHES BANK
THE CLOTHES BANK IS PROVING TO BE A HUGE SUCCESS AS A MONEY RAISER FOR
THE CLUB SO PLEASE KEEP RECYCLING.
Any one with old clothes/shoes/curtains/ect can now recycle them by
bringing them to the clothes bank in the gaa club car park by doing so
the club will get a donation for every bag of clothes recycled.

MASS
Mass in Kilrossanty Church on this Sunday the 30th of January will be
for the deceased members of Kilrossanty gaa club.

BEST WISHES
Best wishes to Pierce Whyte who is in Hospital recovering after a
accident last weekend.

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