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Midleton GAA Notes 19th December 2011

19 December, 2011

Paul Haughney Award
Congratulations to Paul Haughney on being named 96FM C103 Rochestown Park Hotel Sports Award  Player of the month for November. This award was made on the back of Pauls Man of the Match performance foe Midleton when they won the Fe 21 A hurling final. Paul contributed 5 points from play on the night and it is just reward for an outstanding display.

Midleton GAA Lotto will take place this Wednesday 21st December and the following Wednesday December 28th in line with Bingo in the Club pavilion.

Long Puck
Monday 26th December – Annual Long Puck from Lisgoold to Midleton, the buses will leave from the GAA Club @ 10am sharp, Juvenile teams of 2 are Free with any combination of Father/Son, Uncle/Nephew, etc and Adult teams of 3 @ 10euro per person. Prizes, soup and rolls will be available in the GAA Club afterwards.

Training for Juveniles will be ceasing for the Christmas break soon. Players will be notified by their team managers.

Christmas Raffle
The Midleton Juvenile Christmas Raffle took place on Sunday 19th December. Many thanks to all those who contributed prizes. Thanks also to those who sold and bought tickets for this important fundraiser. Once again Jim O’Sullivan and Mary Quinn did a great job in organising the raffle.
A full list of prizewinners can be seen by clicking HERE

Sight for sore eyes
There was a great treat for club members this week as Cian McCarthy made his first appearance back in the club following his injury. Cian was in good form and looks well on the mend.

Chairman retires
A presentation was made in the Midleton GAA Pavilion to Coleman Quirke on the occasion of his stepping down as Juvenile Chairman. Coleman along with managing his sons team since junior infants stage was also a juvenile committee member for twelve years and six of these as Chairman. Coleman’s efforts as Chairman are widely accepted to have brought the organisation of the Juvenile club to new heights. Our thanks go to both Coleman and his wife Linda for all they have done.

Pictured in above photo L to R
Alan Donegan (Juvenile PRO), Cormac Quirke (Juvenile Vice Chairman), Linda Quirke, Coleman Quirke, Michael Franklin (Juvenile Secretary), Mary Quinn (Juvenile Treasurer)

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