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Ladies Notes

posted 24 Feb 2012, 06:51 by Jonathan Tavey
By Ciara McGeeney 

Senior Presentation Night: 
The Senior Presentation night was held in association with the Grattan’s club, last Friday night in the Social club. The minor team picked up League finalist medals with Claire McNulty the worthy recipient of Minor Player of the Year. The senior girls picked up a trio of medals with Captain Sharon McGahon winning Senior Player of the Year.
A new award, Club Person of the Year, was presented to Ciara McGeeney. County stars Eimear Kelly, Fiona Callan, Anna McKenna, Isobel Kieran and Ruth Lorenze all received a small token in recognition of their county accolades. Fiona Callan was presented with an award to mark her Ulster Schools All Star. Kathleen McGeeney was presented with a floral arrangement to acknowledge her many years and continued service to the Club.  A small presentation was made to the respective managers in recognition of their hard work, time and efforts.
Congratulations to all those who received awards on the night and to Michael Hoey on receiving the coveted Hall of Fame Award.
Many Thanks to all those who helped out, supported and attended our Presentation night.

Registration Night: 
Takes place on 27th March from 7pm to 8pm, at Pairc Grattan.

Lotto Rota: 
26/2 Laura & Bronagh 
4/3 Arlene K & Anna J 
11/3 Linda & Rita
If unavailable to do your turn please make arrangements with another pairing as the tickets must be sold every weekend. All players are reminded to sell 5 tickets a week. Tickets are available each night at training so players please take a bundle and return them before the draw.

Senior training takes place every Tuesday and Thursday nights.
Under 16: 22nd February, 7pm.
Under12/14: Saturday, 25th February, 2pm.

Our Facebook page is up and running. Please keep an eye on this as training times, fixtures and other information will be posted on this regularly.

Congratulations to Pauline Jones, Mary Rooney, Mary O’ Callaghan and Raymond Finnegan who where members of the winning All-Ireland Monaghan team of 1992 who are to be honoured at the County Dinner Dance.
Congratulations to Crossmaglen Rangers who’ve booked their place in the club All-Ireland Final.

It’s A Knock Out!!: 
We are taking part in the “Its A Knock Out” Fundraiser taking place in Omeath. It’s run over two days (5th/6th May). It comprises of ten events all focused on the fun factor, think inflatable obstacles, giant balls, cones and wobbly men! We are hoping to enter two teams; each team made up of ten people and is open to both men and women of all ages. So if you’re up for abit of craic whilst raising abit of money for some charitable organisations and your ladies club, please contact any member of the Ladies committee for more details.