St Patricks GAA Club Dromahair – Club Notes
In very poor conditions our intermediate team beat our neighbours Drumkeerin 0-07 to 0-05 last Saturday. Training continues for our adult teams this week on Tuesday and Thursday night. Any players in our area who would like to join the panel are welcome just contact the team management or member of club executive to get details of training and matches.
We will have club hoddies available to buy in children’s sizes next Wednesday 4th of March in the park at 8pm. They will be available in shops and pubs the following day priced €20. Club polo shirts, hoddies and jackets with our new crest are still available to buy in the following local businesses: O’Hara’s Corner Deli, McGoldrick’s Londis, Gilmor’s Spar, Dromahair Pharmacy, The Blue Devon Bar and The Clubhouse Bar.
Buses to the match have been organised by The Clubhouse Bar and The Blue Devon. The Ladies Club still have place on their bus, it is going to Dublin on Friday and back Sunday, contact Eileen Clinton for more details. The Blue Devon bus is doing the return trip on Saturday contact Martina Devanney or John Madden for details. The Clubhouse Bar bus is also going to Cuala and back on Saturday contact Mary Kelly for details.
The Cuala club are producing a program for our Celebrity Bainisteoir match, we would like to thank the following businesses for taking ads: Holgate Fencing, The Blue Devon, Gurns Milestone Lounge, McL Assessors, Ciaran Clinton Taxi, Stanfords Inn, All-plant, Connacht Gold, SL Controls, Kerrigan Quarries, Breffni Plant Hire, The Clubhouse Bar, McGoldricks Londis, McPadden Construction, Woodview Inn, Gilmor’s Spar, Oriel Fuels and Flanagan Electrical.
Parking is restricted in the vicinity of the Cuala pitch. Park and Ride will be in operation on the day. Those staying in hotels will be picked up their and anyone travelling on the day can park at Cluny and buses will bring you from there to the pitch. A link to directions and maps for the Cuala pitch is on our website now.
The production company have asked that we all make a special effort to have flags and bunting out for the team’s departure on Friday. So get out your red and white flags.
The cameras will be in Dromahair all day on Friday from 9am. They will be visiting Drumlease National School at 11am and I know all the students there have been busy preparing flags and banners. The team will be departing at 3pm from the front of The Blue Devon / Woodview Inn and hopefully as many as possible will come out to give them a good send off.
05-Mar-09 by Eoghan Sweeney