CLUB NOTES 8 NOVEMBER

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LOTTO:
Lotto numbers drawn were 1, 14, 16, 18. Two match 3s Brian Murphy (Clough), Seán Canney. Lucky dips Úna McGrath, Colin Raftery. Seller's prize John Coen. Next week's jackpot is €16,250 and draw in Club Office.

COUNTY FINALS;
Our minors (under 17) play Claregalway in the county final at 2.15 pm in Tuam Stadium on Saturday with referee Noel Dempsey.

We play Mountbellew-Moylough in the county senior final at 1.30 pm in Pearse Stadium on Sunday with referee Thomas Murphy. The game is being shown live on TG4 but remember “nothing beats being there”! We send best wishes to all our players and their mentors in both county finals and ask that you give your support to both teams.

Links to purchase tickets in advance of both games are on the club website and on our social media pages.

LINK For the minor game general admission is €10 and 14's are free of charge.

LINK For the senior game adult admission is €20, seniors citizens / students €15 (with Valid ID) and under 14's are free of charge.

Please note that ALL tickets must be purchased in advance. Admission will be by tickets only.

AGM:
The Annual General Meeting of Corofin GAA club will be held on Friday December 10th at 8.30 pm. For the moment we assume this will be a virtual meeting. Nomination papers for the election of Officers and forms for Notice of Motions will be issued to membership in the course of this week.

LEADERSHIP:
Corofin GAA club and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) are enrolling for their Youth Leadership Programme. This is a great initiative and provides our 15 to 18 year old members with a great opportunity to develop their leadership skills in a highly recognised and NUIG accredited course. Details can be found on the club’s social media pages.

CONGRATS MIKE:

Congratulations to Mike Devaney, of Heptagon Houses, who had a very successful appearance on last Friday’s Late Late Show.

SYMPATHY:
The club offers its sympathy to the family and friends of Tommy Murphy, Cardiff, Wales and formally Caherlea, brother of Kathleen Conlisk, Gurraun. May he rest in peace.

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