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Rathcline Club Notes 17th August 2020

posted 10 Sept 2020, 02:03 by Rathcline Public Relations Officer

Lotto Results:  The first draw of the 50/50 since the lockdown took place on Monday night 10th August in Adie’s bar. The jackpot pool stood at €220 and the winning ticket was in the joint names of Carol Cooney and Adrian Fallon c/o Adie’s.

The 50/50 draw on Monday 17th August took place in the Yacht Bar.

The club apricates the support of everyone that bought tickets for the first draw and we look forward to greater support driving the 50/50 pool to record heights.

Looking forward: Our second round of the championship against Colmcille will take place in Monaduff, Drumlish on Friday night next at 8.00pm.

This is a very quick turn around from the Mullinalaghta game on Saturday last in Ballymahon, but we are greatly confident that the panel will do their recovery well and produce a sterling performance and record a famous victory. We wish the panel and team management the very best of luck.

As we are still under the Covid 19 restriction regarding match attendance it is very important that anyone wanting to go and support the team should contact club chairman Micheál O’Sullivan or club secretary Jimmy Flood to obtain their tickets.

Thank You: At a time when it was difficult to lift spirits it was great to see so many turning out to steward and assist in parking for the Intermediate championship game between Killashee and Kenagh in Clonbonny on Sunday evening last. Your support in ensuring that everything went very smoothly was very much appreciated.

The club would like to thank everyone that supported the 50/50 draw at the match, where lots of tickets were sold. Your support is greatly appreciated. The club thanks Mary T McGrath and Derville Flood for selling the tickets.

Your support will be called again for stewarding and parking on Saturday evening 22nd August next when Cashel will play Ardagh/Moydow in a winner takes all final round of the Intermediate Championship at 7pm. All stewards are asked to be at the club grounds no later than 5.30pm.

Saddle Up for Rathcline: As promised we can reveal on September 12th at 8.00am the first leg of Saddle Up will commence from Clonbonny Pitch.

This year’s cycle challenge comprises 8 legs with an average of 20km each with more detail to follow on routes and change over points

A reminder all funds raised in 2020 are assisting with the development & opening of a new training & playing area for our underage members

So, save the date & dust off the bikes until you hear more!!!!

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