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Drumcliffe/Rosses Point GAA Club Notes

County Players

Well done to Neil Ewing and the Sligo senior footballers who recorded their first win in Division 3 of the Allianz football league last Sunday against Wexford. There was disappointment for the Sligo ladies in Division 2 against Tyrone. On the plus side, we want to congratulate Jayne McCormack who is the latest of our club players to be called up to the county panel.


Dates for your Diary

Club Registrations sessions for 2018 will take place on the following dates: Oxfield on Saturday, Feb 24th, Rosses Point on Wednesday (evening) Feb 28th. Times and locations will be confirmed soon.


GAA Nursery
Our GAA nursery for 2018 will start on Saturday March 3rd. The nursery is open to boys and girls aged 4-10 years. More details soon.


College Success
Well done to our club members who were part of the Summerhill College juvenile gaelic football team which reached the Connacht ‘A’ championship semi-final after an impressive quarter-final victory over ‘The Bish’ of Galway last Friday on a final scoreline of 4-14 to 1-6.


First Aid Course

A final call for the club’s First Aid Course for interested team coaches, which takes place this Friday evening and Saturday morning (Feb 9 & 10th) in Oxfield. We have a couple of free spaces left. Time commitment is Friday evening (three hours) and Saturday morning (3-4 hours). Contact Declan on 0879480114 for more info.


Club Sligo 2018
Sligo GAA is now inviting memberships for Club Sligo in 2018. Club members who would like details on the subscription options should contact our local coordinator Michael Kilcoyne on 0876755753.


Handball Coaching
Drumcliffe Handball Club coaching continues every Saturday morning in the Oxfield centre. New players are always very welcome. Open to boys and girls aged 6 upwards.


Condolences

Sympathies extended to Jimmy Smith (Carney) and the Smith family, following the death of Jimmy’s father Jim (Ballinode) last week. Jim Smith had a deep affinity with the GAA throughout his life and was a Sligo senior selector in early 1980s.  Condolences also to our club member Liz King and the King Kisby family (Carney), following the recent passing of Liz’s brother Michael in County Clare. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.