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7th November 2012 Club Notes

Lotto: This weeks numbers 3, 8, 12, 21. There was no jackpot winner. Congrats to the two match 3 winners Margaret Finnerty, Glenaviel & Sean O'Connor, Monivea who each receive €40. Next weeks lotto is in O' Donohue's Bar and the jackpot is €12,600. Again, just a reminder that if anyone wants to join the monthly members draw contact any club officer or text/ring 086-8159309. Every month there is a guaranteed cash give away of €1,000!

Hurling: The Hurling Club A.G.M is on November 25th @ 4:30pm.

Congratulations to Brian Costello who was awarded the Christy Ring Cup for Hurler of the Year at the All Star Awards which took place in Dublin recently. Brian is currently playing in London and it's great to see someone from the parish doing so well and being such a great ambassador for the sport away from home.

Abbeyknockmoy Hurling & Camogie are holding a 'Tea Party' on Friday 16th November in The Abbey Inn. To book your place at a table contact 086-8159309. Also, following the 'Run in the Woods' event a cheque presentation is being made to CONSOLE on the night.

Camogie: The Camogie Club held their AGM on Nov 2nd. There was no change to top table with Frank Gannon, Sharon Gannon & Caroline Crehan keeping on their positions. The following were nominated and accepted the following positions: u8 manager Tom Feeney, u10 manager Damien Lee, u12 manager Maureen Fahy & Mary Coleman, u14 manager Mike Tarpey, u16 manager Geraldine McCormack, Junior B manager still to be decided, Assistant secretary Rosaleen Dolan, PRO Sharon Gannon, Development officer still to be decided, Childrens officer Ann Burke, Registrar Sarah Lally & Ann Burke, County Board delegate Michelle Moran. The club would like to thank them all for accepting the new posts and wish them well over the coming year.

Overall it's been a productive year for the club with an increase in its members and players. The addition of an adult team also brought with it some new coaches for the under age. The club has developed new guidelines and policies, coaches have attended various training sessions and are set to attend more over the winter months. The addition of the schools development plan has been a huge boost and training is commencing next week in almost all of the schools.