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Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Newsletter Week 41 2017

Carrigtwohill Ladies Football Club is proudly supported by Fota Island Resort

 

Championship Matches:

Our U12s lost the East Cork semi final against Glanmire B last Sunday by a point. This was a great performance by both teams.

 

Our 14s won their match against St Colmans on Sunday and will play Fermoy in the Final on Saturday 14th of October @ 4pm in Carrigtwohill.

 

Championship fixtures:

U14 East Cork Final : Carrigtwohill v Fermoy in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 14th of October at 4 pm.

 

Ladies Football Club Shorts & Socks

  • Shorts up to 28” : €9.
  • Shorts 30” plus: €10.80.
  • Socks Kids: €4.50
  • Socks adults: €6
  • To order socks please contact Aidan on 087 838 8639.

 

Carrigtwohill Camogie : Dominic Rooney Memorial Tournament

 

Carrigtwohill Camogie Club are proud to be hosting semi-finals and Finals in the Dominic Rooney Memorial Tournament this Sunday 15th October in Carrigtwohill GAA Pitch.

 

They are hoping that this will become an Annual Event and will grow year-on-year for their Club and  are honoured that we will have Dominic’s wife Margaret and sons  on the day to help present the Cup to the winners.

 

Semi-final throw in is at 11.00am and teams involved will be

 

  • Carrigtwohill v  Dungourney
  • Castlelyons v Aghada

 

Final and 3rd/4th Play off will begin at 12.30pm.

 

Dominic Rooney will forever be in our hearts and it is testament to this that there has been such a massive band of people ready to help out on the day at short notice.

 

Special thanks to all his refereeing friends for coming together to help out on the day with particular thanks to PJ Ahern for organising this behind the scenes. Also a word of thanks to Johnny O’Connell who has been in regular contact offering help in any way he can.

 

This is an open invitation to anyone who wishes to come down to cheer the girls on, to have a cuppa and exchange stories about Domo. We will do our very best to have it a fitting tribute to a great Man, Husband, Father, Friend, Club Man, and Referee.

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