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Dunlavin Club Notes
Once again No games this week for our adult teams again, unfortunately the hold up with the Intermediate Championship has affected us greatly and hopefully this can be resolved and we can get back playing competitive football as soon as possible. Our Intermediate team will play St Pats at home on Tuesday at 7.30pm in Division 2 League,
Training continues to take place in the football field on Tuesday & Friday evenings at 7.45pm for both adult teams and new players are always more than welcome to join up with the club.
Dunlavin Gaa “Pride Sports Watches” are now available for sale, only €7.99 each or 2 for €15.00, available in small, medium and large in Dunlavin Gaa club colours. They really look the part and are an essential fashion accessary, all proceeds received go towards the clubs development, contact Jonathan on 0873749134 if you would like to place an order.
Our club Lotto was not won, it is now a whopping €8200!! So please buy a ticket for €2.00 and support the future running of our club.
Any local Business interested in placing an advertisement sign in our football pitch please contact any committee member, this is an excellent chance to avail of an inexpensive opportunity to promote your business in our grounds in 2012.
Also keep up to date with all of the news with Dunlavin Gaa Facebook page, just log on and “Like” and join in the craic, news and banter with our friends and family from home and abroad.
A great week was had at the Cul Camp last week, the children had great fun improving on their skills and teamwork, well done to Eoin Deeping who won boy of the camp and also Niamh Clarke who won girl of the camp. A sincere thank you to all of the coaches who made the week so enjoyable.
The club wishes to extend its deepest sympathy with Marie Dwyer on the death of her brother Gerry Brady recently ,our thoughts and prayers are with Marie and her family at this sad time.