posted on December 08, 2013 05:10
Nótaí NCC @ 08/12/13

Dáil Chomhairle | Bricfeasta Mór
A very important club development breakfast morning takes place on Saturday Jan 4 2013 in the Washingbay Centre at 9.30am.
Put this in your diary now. Anyone with a link to the club or an interest in hurling in Coalisland/Clonoe Parishes
are welcome to come along. Findings will focus the club's planning.

Oiliúint | Coaching
U6& U8 indoor coaching this Tues 6.30 to 7.30 pm in the hall. Last session Tues 17th December 2013.
Bring £1 for hall.

Crannchur na Nollag |Christmas Raffle 1-1000
Christmas raffle tickets on sale. Priced from 1p (min) to £10 (max).
Prizes: 1st - £1000 Cash 2nd Croke Park Hotel 1 night stay + breakfast & evening meal 3rd Hamper from Boots Chemist Lurgan 4th £40 Voucher Lowe Bros Butchers
5th Full Body Massage by Glamour Island, Coalisland 6th DVD Player.
Two £50 Spot Cash Prizes for ticket nrs 1 and 986. Five hidden £20
Newell Stores vouchers also to be won. Draw on 23rd Dec 2013.
The club thanks all above who kindly donated prizes. Follow progress on Contact Tommy on 07922 277515.

Liathróid Láimhe | Handball
Handball in Hall each Wed. Primary School age 7 to 8 pm. Post primary / adults 8 to 9pm. £1. Fáilte roimh Chách.
Everyone welcome.

Turas Loch nEathach | Tour of Lough Neagh

The club are running a fundraising cycle Tour of Lough Neagh on Sunday 1st June 2014.
Contact Paul on 07747301263 for the latest details.

Soláthar agus Deisiú na gCamán | Hurley Supply & Hurley Repairs
To buy a camán or require one mended, see Paul 07747301263.

Dúirt Siad

'Does hurling, football, camogie, handball and rounders  fit neatly and equally into 32 shires in Ireland?'- winter time musings on structures of GAA.

Comhbhrón | Condolences
CLG Naomh Colum Cille sends its deepest sympathies to the Donnelly Family, Grange, Armagh on the loss of their
young son Calum. Séamus, Calum's father, gave a lot of help to the club in preparation for the Boxing Gala and
took part himself in a bout with Ro Ó Néill. Go soilsí solas síoraí dó. Go gcónaí sé sa tsíocháin.
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