Clubrooms well used.
Last Friday morning it was looking to the future with the start of the new computer class and then on Friday night it was looking to the past with the talk on Charlemont Fort. Both events were well attended. The Charlemont Fort talk by Jimmy Kane was very informative and will have many people searching the internet and the Library for more information on this once very important part of Ireland. Well done to John Mitchell for organising this event. See separate photo coverage.
If there are sufficient numbers the SRC in Armagh might run a second computer class on Monday nights but you must contact Kellie on 077 3633 6152 at SRC Southern Regional College, Armagh to register.
Naomh Eoin u-16 win Div 3 Shield
Naomh Eoin won the Division 3 u-16 Shield on Sat 20 October defeating Clady on a scoreline of 3-8 to 3-4 in Granemore. The game played in fine weather saw Naomh Eoin lead at the break by 2-7 to 1-1 thanks to the goals by C Cullen and C Donaghy. The second half saw Naomh Eoin only score another 1-1, the goal from C Robinson which was enough despite Clady scoring 2-3. This left Naomh Eoin worthy winners on 3-8 to 3-4.
The u-16 Shield was presented to the winning captain Sean McCann. Commiserations to Clady. Well done to all the Naomh players and panel for their workrate and commitment during the year which has now paid off with this trophy, not forgetting also winning the u-16 3B League Title.
The Naomh Eoin players were delighted to see our playing member Joe Kelly at the match and look forward to seeing him and all the boys and girls at the forthcoming Naomh Eoin presentation night later in November.
Club Presentation Night planned for Friday 30 November.
Races Friday Night
Plans are well underway for the Collegeland’s Nite at the Races in the Auction Rooms on this Fri 26 Oct. Not given your horse a name for a tenner yet or maybe you want to sponsor a Race? There might still be time but please hurry and contact Shane McGeary or any Committee Member or player. List of Race Sponsors will be displayed on the night and in the Races Programme.
Our MC this year is Martin McCarron and he promises a good nights craic. Everyone welcome so come along and bring some friends, you can bet with £1 or more. Horses are now being sold for the first eight races at £10 each so hurry before the programme is printed. The horses in the last Race are being sold on the night to the highest bidder. Hope you have a winner but remember the real winners will be Collegeland O’Rahillys GAC and you will be helping us provide activities and support in the local community.