Tuesday, October 19, 2010

BRUREE NOTES 17/10/2010

Players Development Fund: Bruree GAA is holding its Player Development Fund annual draw again this year. The 2009 draw has €1,000 in cash as a first prize in each of four weekly draws. There will also be one prize of €200 and three of €100 for each draw. And the good news is that the subscription is still the same - just €20 for the four draws. The first draw will be held on Monday, November 29th, with the other draws on subsequent Monday nights. Contact any member of Bruree GAA to join the draw.
Results: County Junior A Football Championship Quarter Final Bruree 3-15 South Liberties 0-5
County Junior A Football Championship Semi-final Glin 0-9 Bruree 4-9
News from Bruree is now available online at www.brureenews.blogspot.com.
Fixture:  Saturday October 16th Under 15 Hurling County Final v Monagea at Feenagh at 5.30 p,
Indoor Hurling: This year’s indoor hurling competition will start on Monday next, October 18th. The competition is again sponsored by local victualler, Ray Moloney. Ray has been a loyal sponsor of this competition and this is his fifteenth in a row sponsoring. We look forward to another exciting tournament.
We extend our sincere sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of Sheila O’Connor-Rea, Charleville, who died recently.
Winners of the 45 Drive last week with nine games were Ann Potter and partners. Runners up with eight games were Eugene Grant and Joe Carey, Sean Blake and Katherine O’Regan and Tom Riordan and Tom Hanley. Raffle prizes were won by Marie Healy, Katherine O’Regan, Mary Margaret Noonan and Patsy Healy. The 45 Drive continues in the Community Centre every Tuesday night, starting at 8.30 pm sharp.
This is an appeal from Team Hope to help children in poverty all over the world. Team Hope is brought to you by people all over Ireland helping children from Eastern Europe and Southern Africa to have a Christmas of hope. Please pack a shoe box full of toys, something to love, sweet treats, stationery, hygiene items, or small items of clothing. Cover the box with nice paper but cover the lid separately. Please do not put in food, medicine, war related items, snakes, anything sharp or breakable, liquids or books with words. You can include a Christmas card or a photograph of yourself. Remember also to put in €3 for transport. Last year, 14,052 boxes were sent to Lesotho, Armenia and Belarus from Limerick. Make sure to bring your shoe box to Bruree National School before November 5th. For more details contact the school at 063-90896.
Congratulations to Emmett Morrissey who was part of the Kilburn Gaels team who won the London Senior Hurling title for the first time last weekend. Emmett starred at mid-field for the winners. Kilburn won on a 3-11 to 0-6 scoreline.
Lucky dip winners in last week’s Bruree GAA/Rockhill Rovers lotto draw were €50 Central Bar Syndicate €25 Central Bar Syndicate, Ann Potter €20 Tom O’Brien, Hospital, Diarmuid Wall c/o Johnny Wall, Karen Rea.
The following were the winners in the Cuan Mhuire Garden Centre Sunflower Competition: 1st Richard O’Keeffe 8ft 4in 2nd Clodagh Dillon 7ft 9in 3rd Stephanie Greene 7ft 4in Luke Finucane 7ft 4in.

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