The Late Eamon Tubman, RIP – Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club expresses its deep sympathies to the Tubman family, Fenaghbeg, Fenagh following the sudden passing on New Year’s Eve of Eamon Tubman Snr. Throughout his life, Eamon was a valued member of our GAA Club as a player, club officer, team selector, coach and team manager. Eamon was also a key member of the Fenagh GAA Club Park Committee who were responsible for the development of Pairc Sean O’Laodain in 1985. As recently as last October, Eamon was honoured, along with his teammates, on the Golden Jubilee Anniversary of Fenagh GAA Club winning the Leitrim Junior Championship in 1967. Eamon also served as an officer of the Leitrim Co Board with distinction and was Vice Chairman on the occasion of Leitrim becoming Connacht Champions in 1994. Outside of the GAA, Eamon will also be remembered for his involvement in many other organisations both locally and nationally. Our deepest sympathies to his wife Nora, his sons Bill, Eamon Jnr and Raymond, his daughter Noreen, his daughter in law Mary and granddaughter Olivia and to his sister Mary and brothers Liam and Mehaul as well as his extended family members, neighbours and wide circle of friends. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Scór na nÓg – The Leitrim Scór na nÓg finals took place recently and Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club were represented in two categories. Katie Conefrey performed in the Solo Singing event and in the Table Quiz we were represented by Daniel McLoughlin, Cormac Redican, Paul Flynn and Luke Reynolds. There were no victories but all gave of their best. Thanks also to their mentors Martin Doonan and Vincent O’Rourke.