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4th July 2012 Club Notes

Lotto: Numbers drawn 14, 17, 19, 27. There was no jackpot winner & no match 3 winners so next weeks draw will be in McGann's Bar & the jackpot is €10,800.

Hurling: There will be no under age training this Sunday due to the club trip to Croke Park for the Leinster Cup Final with Galway v's Kilkenny. U6's training will be on as usual. Intermediates lost to Carnmore in the city league last Friday evening on a scoreline of 3-6 to 2-17. In a very competitive, entertaining game throughout Abbey gave a good account of themselves missing some regular starters. Team on the day Declan Molloy, David Carton, Tommy Farragher, Thomas Blade, Paul Cooley, Stephen Ruane, Paddy Flaherty, Ger Ruane, John Culkin, Shane King, Padraig O'Donnell, Oran Finn, Darren Collins, Kieran Flaherty, Trevor Mullins. Sub Brian Cooley. We wish Stephen Ruane a speedy recovery from injury sustained during the game. Good luck to the Intermediate & Junior teams who are playing a challenge match against Confey (Co. Kildare) en route to Croke Park. Many thanks to Kelly's Bar for their sponsorship towards the trip for the Intermediate/Junior teams. Well done to the U16 team who had 2 wins in the championship over the weekend against Ballygar & Salthill. U16 training has been changed from this Friday to next Monday at 7:30pm. Hurling Club meeting on Monday 9th July at 9pm. All club executives are asked to attend.

Camogie: Under age training continues Wed from 7-8pm at the pitch in Abbey. Under 12 & 14's extra training on Friday from 7 - 8:30pm in Monivea. Good luck to the Junior B team in the 1st round of the Championship this week.

The Club would like to say a special thanks to Newtown school for the very kind donation received by them. Good luck to all who are traveling with the Club to Croke Park this Sunday, we hope that it is a fun day for all the under age hurling & camogie players, please support them with the prediction cards to help fund the trip. The Cul Camp is running this week & the turn out for it has been fantastic, it's great to see such an interest in the sport within the parish, despite the unpredictable weather. Best of luck to Brian Flaherty & the Galway Senior Hurlers this weekend V Kilkenny in the Leinster Final. We wish to offer our sympathies to John McHugh & family on the death of his uncle in Co. Meath.