COROFIN GAA CLUB

Corofin, Co Galway

The Club was affiliated to the GAA in 1925 and incorporates the two half-parishes of Corofin & Belclare.
The official club colours are Saffron and Green.

Club Notes 11 December

CLUB NOTES:

Our game versus Fulham Irish in the All-Ireland Club SFC Quarter-final in McGovern Park, Ruislip was postponed on Sunday. We hope all who made the trip over had a safe return journey. The Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) of the GAA will confirm refixture details during the week.

The league division 1 final in which we play St. James’ is fixed for this Wednesday at 8.00 in the GAA Centre Loughgeorge.

The Club AGM takes place in St Colman’s Room, Corofin Church on Friday at 8.30 pm sharp.
Motions or nominations for any committee position or team mentor must be received by the club secretary, Jimmy McHugh, by 5.30 pm this Wednesday evening. Nomination papers are available from the secretary or can be downloaded from the Club website.

Tickets for the annual GAA National Draw, costing €10 are still available from any member of the Club committee. The first prize a new Renault Clio Dynamique, with 19 other great prizes ranging from Travel Vouchers, to All-Ireland tickets and much more. By supporting this draw you are helping the Club in its on-going fundraising activities.

It proved to be a great weekend for the Reilly family, Goertbeg. On Friday, Cathal graduated from the Garda College Templemore. On Saturday his sister Louise scored for the Corofin minor ladies in their Connacht minor final win, while their mother Marie was a mentor with the ladies winning team.

The Club offers its sympathy to Austin Burke, Galway Rd, Tuam on the death of his brother Martin Burke, Ontario, Canada, formerly of Caherlea. May he rest in peace.

No winner of lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn 4, 11, 13, 30. Four match 3s, Tony Keating, Anne and Richard Canney, Jerry Kilkelly, Walter Keady. Seller’s prize Brian Loughlin. Next week’s jackpot is €12,050 and draw is in Club office.

LADIES FOOTBALL:
Congratulations to our minor team who are Connacht Minor Champions for 2017. After a much more competitive final than last year, our magnificent minor team won by 4-13 to 2-10 over Glencar-Manorhamilton on Saturday afternoon played at the Connacht GAA Centre Of Excellence, Ballyhaunis. We had five point scorers – Leanne Coen, Amy Coen, Amy O’Donovan, Louise Reilly and Laura McTigue. Amy O’Donovan got us two goals at critical moments and Leanne scored a penalty and took a fourth goal. At the other end Karen Connolly made a dramatic penalty save, her second of the competition. Across the field the girls did themselves proud, working brilliantly and unselfishly as a team. A second consecutive Connacht title is a great result for such a fine team.

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