ANGELA BURNS MEMORIAL 10K:
The Angela Burns Memorial 10K Fun Run / Walk will take place on Sunday 22nd April at 11am from the Ferrybank GAA grounds. Entries are now being taken on http://www.totaltiming.ie/event/angela-burns-memorial-10k-2018/ . Its €15 for runners (chipped) and €10 for the walkers.
With the playing season shortly upon us, it’s that time of the year again with the membership now due for both Adults and Juveniles. We would ask all players to pay their membership as soon as possible. Adults €70. Student/Unwaged/Associated member €30. For the Juvenile section, its €30 for the first child and €10 for each additional child.
The Déise Draw will commence in May, and it will be the same format of last year, with six monthly draws taking place at €15 per month. There will be 20 cash prizes up for grabs, with 1st prize a nice sum of €12,500, all the way down to €100. This is the clubs main source of income, and once again, we hope you can continue purchasing a Déise Draw ticket.
Hard luck to our U16 footballers who were beaten on Sunday last by Mount Sion in the opening round of the championship. The opening half saw the lads put in a determined performance; however they didn’t reach the same heights after the break. Final-score: Ferrybank 0-04 Mount Sion 0-08. The next game is away to St. Oliver’s on March 25th.
Our minor footballers commence their championship game on Sunday March 18th with a home tie against St. Molleran’s, throw-in at 11:30am. Come along and support the lads.
UNDER 9 HURLING:
Well done to both Under 9 teams that travelled to Ballygunner last weekend. Both teams played two matches, the first group lost one, but made an impressive comeback in the second game to come away with a draw. Two wins from two for the second group. Great morning all round, well done to everyone.
INTERMEDIATE HURLING LEAGUE:
Our Intermediate Hurlers take on Brickey Rangers in their first outing of the season in the All-County Intermediate Hurling League. The game throws-in at 7:30pm on Friday March 16th in Bushy Park.
CAMOGIE FOUNDATION COURSE:
There will be a Camogie foundation course taking place on Saturday April 7th, with the venue and time yet to be confirmed.
The annual Kellogg’s Cúl Camp will take place in the Ferrybank GAA grounds from Monday 13th-17th August.
CAMOGIE EASTER CAMP:
A Camogie Easter Camp will take place for primary school girls, aged between 6-13, in Abbeyside on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday April 4th, and also in St. Saviour’s on Thursday 5th & Friday 6th April.
Clothes Collection is still running folks (and will be all year round). So if you have any of the following lying around the house...
- Paired Shoes
- Soft Toys
- Mobile Phones *
- Laptops *
* Mobile phones and laptops to be kept in a separate bag please.
Please drop them down to the club.
The club would like to offer its condolences to the family of the late Ruth Howard of Marymount. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam