St Molleran’s GAA Club congratulates Paddy Moore on receiving the “Jack Furlong Lifetime Service” award for his services to the GAA.
Paddy is a staunch club man, who has given a lifetime of loyal and unbroken service to the GAA.
This is a very prestigious award and St Molleran’s is very proud to have a man of his calibre in its ranks.
St. Molleran’s Club wholeheartedly congratulates Paddy on his award and wishes him many more years involvement with his club and county.
New Years Eve: It looks like the Club’s New Years Eve music night is going to be a sell out. There are still a few tickets floating around but the Club expects them to be snapped up.
Anyone looking for tickets needs to contact any committee member immediately. Admission on the night is by ticket only and under no circumstances will anyone be admitted without a ticket.
Doors are open at 9pm, finger food will from 10pm. There will be a late bar and music will be provided by “The Legends”. There will also be a door prize on the night. Tickets cost €5.
Christmas Bingo: Thanks to everyone who attended the Club’s Christmas bingo last Friday. Thank also to everyone who helps with the weekly bingo. Next bingo session will be Friday, December 21.
Christmas Draw results:1st prize of €200 shopping voucher, sponsored by Abbey Stores, was won by Margaret Walsh, 52 Treacy Pk.; 2nd prize of a €200 shopping voucher, sponsored by SuperValu, Carrick-on-Suir was won by Lisa Shanahan of Upper Friary Heights; 3rd prize of 5 bags of coal, sponsored by Glanbia, was won by Deirdre Walsh, 13 Ard Mhuire
4th prize of a turkey and ham, sponsored by M Whelan Butchers, was won by Noelle Conlon, Old Grange;
5th prize, a car trailer of blocks was won by Caroline Doher, 3 Hazel Close, Greenhill Village
The Club thanks all its sponsors and everyone, who purchased tickets. Thanks also to the general public for their continued support.
St.Molleran’s GAA Club wishes its sponsors, players, members and supporters at home and abroad a very happy and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year. The Club also welcome the emigrants, who have returned home for the festive season.