St.Molleran’s GAA Club will host a music night in The Carraig Hotel on New Years Eve.
The Club aims to provide a memorable social night where everyone can leave their worries behind and bring in the New Year with their friends and family.
Finger Food will be served while music will be performed by The Legends.
There is already a big demand for tickets so it is advisable to book your place as soon as possible.
Tickets cost €E5 and can be obtained from any committee member or at The Carraig Hotel.
Meanwhile, St Molleran’s annual Christmas Bingo Draw will take place on Friday, December 14.
There are some great cash prizes to be won. The Club thanks the public for their continued support.
St Molleran’s Juvenile agm will take place in the clubhouse at Coolnamuck this Saturday, December 1 at 7pm. This is the most important meeting of the year and the proper platform for you to air your views.
The Club needs more people to come along and be willing to lend a hand either at committee or coaching levels. Anyone with an interest in the future of the club is asked to attend. New residents in the area are particularly welcome.
A Juvenile Christmas draw will take place in The Carraig Bar on Saturday, December 15.
Tickets cost €E2 each or you can purchase three for €E5.
Juvenile committee members will be calling to all areas of the community selling tickets. There are great prizes to be won. The Club thanks the people of the local community for their support in the past and looks forward to their continued support.
The Club will be host a party for all its underage players in the Community Hall, Carrickbeg on Sunday, December 9 from 4pm to 6pm.
All parents and children are invited to come along. The Club also needs adult volunteers to help organise the event. This promises to be a very entertaining event with Santa and a few helpers making a special appearance.
The Club congratulates Anthony Power and Barbara Wall, who were married last week and wishes them many years of health and happiness.
And it says well done to U-14 player Jack Reade, who was voted Man of the Match in the county final against Abbeyside. Jack received his award last Saturday at an awards night in St Saviour’s GAA club.
The Club extends sympathy to the Briody and Power families on their recent bereavements. Ar dheis de go raibh an anam.