Attn All Club Members;

Attn All Members,
As a result of a decision at last nights executive, the 4 chairs have agreed to dedicate people to the sale of lotto tickets on a monthly basis.

  • May will be Camogie.
  • June will be Mens Football.
  • July will be Ladies Football
  • August will be Hurling.

For the month of May the Camogie fraternity are looking for volunteers so as we can commence this weekend.

We will have new signage to advertise and promote the Club Lotto which will be used by each of these team of volunteers.

SuperValu Clane and Club events are to be covered. SuperValu will need to be covered each weekend on Sunday only from 1000 to 1800 and will therefore be broken into the following slots;

  • 1000 to 1200
  • 1200 to 1400
  • 1400 to 1600
  • 1600 to 1800

Teresa Lynch will cover Saturday 1000 to 1800. A massive thank you to Teresa.

Over the weekend there are also a number of events being held at the Club;

Saturday 29th April
Senior Football League Div 2
Venue: Conneff Park
Clane v St Kevin’s
Time: 18.30

Sunday 30th April
Lidl LGFA Finals Div 3/4
Venue: Conneff Park
Tipperary v Wexford
Time: 1600

Longford v Wicklow
Time: 1400

Right now we need names in the frame, volunteers 15 and over,,,

Please call or text Seamus Finn (086 8281622) with respect to your availability for May.

All Club events will be communicated weekly in advance and coordinated with the volunteers on the rota.

Thank you all in advance of what we believe is an approach which shares essential workload across as many members as possible and maximises out ability to maintain an essential revenue stream that will be for the betterment of our Club.

Clane GAA Business Lunch

Jim Gavin the Dublin manager will be the keynote speaker at the inaugural Clane GAA business lunch on Friday the 5th of May at the Westgrove Hotel.

Kindly sponsored by EMS copiers a drinks reception will commence at 1pm followed by a four course lunch at 2.30pm, parties can thereafter move onto the club for a nights entertainment. Other special guests will include Glenn Ryan, Padraig Joyce and Seamus Moynihan. The hilarious Barry Murphy of Aprés Match will act as master of ceremonies. 

Tables or individual tickets can be booked by emailing Tables of ten are €1500 or individual tickets can be bought for €150. It promises to be a great networking and team building opportunity for businesses.

This Weeks Club Matches

Club Games

DateTeamsTime/ResultsCompetitionMatch Day
2017-04-30 16:00:26April 30, 2017Maynooth
 16:00:264:00 pmCamogie Junior A LeagueRound 5
2017-04-30 13:00:41April 30, 2017Kilcock
 13:00:411:00 pmCamogie U14 LeagueRound 7
2017-04-29 18:00:27April 29, 2017Clane
St Kevin's
 18:00:276:00 pmFootball Senior LeagueRound 5
2017-04-28 19:00:35April 28, 2017Clane
 19:00:357:00 pmFootball U16 LeagueRound 9
2017-04-26 19:00:42April 26, 2017Maynooth
Eire Og/Clane
 19:00:427:00 pmCamogie U16 LeagueRound 4

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