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Midleton GAA News 3rd December 2012

03 December, 2012

Adult AGM
This years adult AGM takes place in the club pavilion on Thursday 6th of December at 8pm.
We would encourage all members to attend.

New book on history of Midleton Town
A book by John Fenton outlining the history of Midleton before, during and after the sale of the town by Viscount Midleton in 1964 will be in local shops from the 1st December. A great Christmas present for Midleton people both at home and abroad. Cost €10. A limited Hardback edition of 50 books will also be available on request. Cost of the hardback book €15.
For more information on the book click HERE for the full article

East Cork GAA Yearbook 2012
The East Cork GAA Year Book - A review of 2012 is on sale now
Midleton's Ger Lawton in association with the East Cork Board has compiled
a year book for the 2012 season on East Cork GAA and it is now on sale all over East
Cork for just €8.
The book contains reports and pictures from all the East Cork hurling and
football finals, the achievements of East Cork teams on the county and
Munster scenes, camogie, ladies football, scor, underage GAA, interviews,
league and championship results, who represented East Cork for the Rebels
this year, Rebel fans from the Imokilly division, a report from each and
every club in the division on how they fared during 2012 and so much more.
For any GAA fan in your life - this is an absolute must of a stocking fillert his Christmas. Get your copy today.
For further information or to order the book for your club shop or school,
ring Ger at 087-4143094.
The East Cork GAA Year Book is available at the following outlets:
The Village Grocer, Ballinacurra.
Centra, Castlelyons,
Ahern's Centra, Castlemartyr,
Ahern's Centra, Carrigtwohill,
Ryan's Supervalu, Glanmire,
Fitzpatrick's, Glounthaune,
Ahern's Centra, Killeagh,
O'Neill's Londis, Killeagh,
O'Flynn's Londis, Ladysbridge,
Centra, Little Island,
Hurley's Supervalu, Midleton
McCarthy's Newsagents, Main Street, Midleton,
Dennehy's Newsagets, Main Street Midleton,
Day's Eurospar Whitegate.

Juvenile Notes

Juvenile AGM
The Midleton Juvenile Club held its AGM on Thursday 29th of November. There was a good turnout of interested people from both adult and juvenile areas of the club.
Juvenile Chairman Cormac Quirke and Secretary Michael Franklin read out their respective reports on the year just gone. Followed by reports from each team, the highlight being the Fe15 report which included the County A Hurling win and the A League win.
Following the reports the floor commented on how well the juvenile club had acquitted itself over the year and paid special tribute to the fundraising efforts. Mary Quinn came in for high praise for her running of the finances in a year where costs needed to be reduced.
Niall O’Neill (Adult Chairman) oversaw the election of officers which saw no changes with the exception of Jim O’Sullivan (Outgoing Rebel Óg representative) who unfortunately is stepping down.
Returning chairman Cormac Quirke gave praise to the efforts of Jim O’Sullivan over a good number of years looking after the East Cork Board representation, the summer Cúl Camps and the Christmas Raffle. We hope Jim will remain close to the club and allow his experience to be called upon.

Midleton CBS Wins
Congratulations to the Midleton CBS senior hurlers on their Callaghan Cup victory last friday night in CIT were they defeated Patrician Academy Mallow by 2.11 v 1.06.
Club players included Alan Stanton, Darren Quirke (capt), Padraic Nagle, Seanaidh Smyth, Bryan Rossiter, Gavin Bagnell, Sean O Farrell and Conan Finnegan.
Best of luck to them next Wednesday when they play Nenagh CBS in a crucial Harty Cup qualifier in Charleville. This follows their defeat of Hamilton High School (Bandon) of a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-07.

Training
With the nights closing in and the main pitch closing for the winter team training venues and times will be changing. Keep an eye on the club website www.midletongaa.com on the juvenile team page for your child’s team training times. Team managers will update teams by text when changes are due. We would ask parents to encourage their children to practice during the week even if the weather is bad, parents can practice catching the ball indoors. For players from junior infants to Fe 9 please remember to bring your €2 to training sessions. This money is vital to keep the juvenile section of the club funded.

Christmas Raffle Tickets
Anyone looking for tickets can get them from the club bar or from juvenile team managers.
Those who have sold their tickets or have unsold tickets please bring them back to your next training session or to Jim O’Sullivan, Mary Quinn or Cormac Quirke.
Many thanks to our prize sponsors again this year who have again come up trumps for the club.


Club Gear
With Christmas fast approaching, club playing and leisure wear or vouchers can be purchased for presents. Just contact any of the team selectors or you can enquire through the club website www.midletongaa.com . The Club shop will be open from 7.30 to 8.30 on Thursday evenings and from 11am to 12pm on Saturday mornings. Anyone looking for Christmas presents can also buy gift vouchers from the club shop. Full price lists are available by clicking HERE
 

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