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Club Notes: 27th Feb 2012

posted 27 Feb 2012, 13:51 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO
The Senior Men recorded their second win in the Kiernan Cup with a
hard fought one point victory over Geevagh at the weekend. The final
score line was 2-10 to 2-9. Scores came from the feet of Brian Egan
1-5, Gary Gaughan 1-0, Matthew Brennan and Gerry McGowan 0-2 each,
Alan Dunne and John Quinn 0-1 each.The team are playing neighbours
Curry in Round 3 on Sunday (4th of March) at 2pm in Tourlestrane.
Training continues on Tuesdays and Thursdays for all members of the
senior men's panel. The first round of the senior football league will
be on the 11th of March with an away tie with St. Farnans. Our minor
team are also in pre-season training and will also play their first
league game on the same day.

The was a good turn out at the Hurling AGM on Saturday evening last.
Thanks to Raymond Gallagher for the last two years in charge of the
Senior Hurlers who stepped down at AGM.  Congratulations to Martin
Walsh on apppointment as Senior Hurling Manager. Underage Management
remains the same with Jerome Quinn and John Lang in charge of Minor
and U-16, while Gearoid Brennan, John Lang and Matt Marren are over
the U-12 and U-14 teams.

There was also a Senior Ladies Meeting on Saturday last. Training is
starting for Senior and Minor Ladies this Saturday the 3rd of March at
10am in Banada Hall. All welcome. We are still looking for a manager
for the team, anyone interested please contact Aisling Egan.

The March monthly meeting will be held on Monday the 5th of March at
9.30pm in the clubhouse.

The club will be cracking down on jersey lifters as unfortunately it
has become a huge problem within the club over the past few years. An
audit is been carried out at present of all team jerseys, a number of
jerseys are missing and we would ask if anyone has a jersey belonging
to club to please return to Therese Walsh or any club executive.

Well done to St. Attracta's CS senior boys team who beat Ballyhaunis
CS in the Connaught Schools Semi Final on Wednesday after extra time
on a scoreline of 4-11 to 1-10.

U-12, U-14 and U-16 girls gaelic training continues at 7pm in Banada
Hall every Thursday evening.

Big money waiting to be won every Tuesday night in Banada Abbey Hall.
Bingo from 8.30pm with a minimum payout each night of €2,000.

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