GLEN EMMETS VISIT
Our U8 boys finished their year with a visit from Glen Emmets from Co. Louth. It was a fantastic morning with great skills on display by all the children. The players had food in the club afterwards and were presented with beautiful medals by Glen Emmets.
A huge thank you to Seamus O’ Hanlon and our own Frank O’ Connor for organising along with Mark Fitzgerald who put huge effort into making sure everything was right for our guests.
It was great to have the parents and family members travel down to support the boys . We hope that everyone enjoys the rest of their weekend in the Kingdom.
A special thank you to David Moran for taking time out to talk the players.
Well done to all ! A strong relationship now exists between both clubs.
We have had a busy few weeks with the various age groups but have events coming up still between now and Christmas.
The U12 boys had a great day out in Bowling Buddies as had the U10 boys last week.
We finished our juvenile training with a visit to Sandy Feet Farm last weekend. Despite it being a miserable day with heavy showers it didn’t take from the fun they had. Thanks to Eleanor and Roy for their hospitality. Both children and parents would highly recommend going back again.
Our annual party kicks off at 2p.m. in Charlie’s Bistro in the club with a medal presentation for everyone in the Juvenile Academy.
This will be followed by plenty of entertainment, fun and treat bags. You can wear fancy dress if you wish. Calling all children in our community to come join us for what promises to be a great day out.
GRACE MORAN MEMORIAL WALK
It is less than 3 weeks away now to Grace’s walk in aid of Pieta House, Cuan Mhuire and MS Tralee / District Branch.
Sponsorship cards are available in Moran’s Foodstore in Strand Road. You can also make a donation online or on Sunday, November 11th at 2p.m. More details to follow over the next few weeks.
Let us do Grace and her family proud by having a great turnout for a great cause.
/ coffee seTea rved afterwards with compliments of Kerins O’Rahilly’s Club in Strand Road .