Our annual night at the dogs took place last Saturday night in Kilcohan Park, and it turned out to be a fantastic success. A huge crowd from the village turned up on the night and enjoyed the thrills and spills.
A feature on the evening was the presentation of the U11 City League Hurling medals and certificates by Waterford inter-county star Austin Gleeson. Ferrybank GAA club are extremely grateful to Austin for coming along and giving his time up his time, in which the kids were delighted to see Austin and many photographs were taken.
As we all know, a huge thanks goes to the organising committee, to the people who sponsored a race on the night, our advertisers, people who nominate a dog on the night, the people who purchases tickets, Duggan coaches who transported the people over and back on the night and finally to the staff of Kilcohan Park for their assistance for the night. The main gate prize on the night was won by Maresa Cahill, with other prize winners were Mark Power, Edel Power, Marguerite Haley and Ger Crowley. Congrats to all, and hopefully it will be done again in 2016.
Anyone interested in going to the Ferrybank Juvenile GAA & Camogie Club Christmas Party, please note all money is to be paid by this coming Saturday November 28th to either Siobhan Heffernan 086-2611894, or Zoe Delahunty 085-1342180. The main event takes place on Sunday December 6th from 1:30 to 3pm in the Parish Hall. The cost of the entry is €5 per child, and each child will see Santa and receive a selection box.