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Club Notes - 25/10/13

posted 26 Oct 2013, 14:48 by Laune Rangers   [ updated 26 Oct 2013, 14:51 ]

SENIORS:
Mid Kerry Senior Championship Semi Final between Beaufort & Laune Rangers will take place on Saturday 2nd November at 2:30pm in Beaufort. (Extra time if Necessary).

U-16:
Laune Rangers host Keel/Listry in the Mid-Kerry U-16 'B' Final on Bank Holiday Monday at 3:30pm.

SCÓR:
Scór na nÓg: The Laune Rangers Qualifying Round of Scór na nÓg will be held in the Laune Rangers Clubrooms, J. P. O’Sullivan Park, on Saturday, 9th November at 8.30pm. The competitions are: Figure Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music, Ballad Group, Recitation, Quiz, Novelty Act and Set Dancing. This competition is open to any young person from the Laune Rangers area who will be under 17 on 1st January 2014. More information from (087) 1278638

AGM:
The Club AGM will take place on Saturday 14th December at 8:15pm in the J.P. O'Sullivan Park Clubrooms. Motion and Nomination Papers will be available shortly.

CONGRATULATIONS:
Congratulations to Seán Joy and Daniel Clifford who refereed the Intermediate Final and Cahill Cup Final respectively recently.

LOTTO:
Lotto draw for Sunday October 20th. Jackpot €4,800 - no winner. Numbers drawn: 03 - 08 - 15 - 16. Consolation Prizes: €100: Paudie O'Connell, sold by Margaret Browne. €50: Mary Ferris, Beaufort, sold at CYMS. Credit Union Vouchers: €50: Aidan O'Shea, c/o Falvey's, sold by Kerry. €50: James O'Riordan, School Road, standing order. Next week's jackpot will be €5,000

HALL OF FAME:
Congratulations to Mary Jo Curran who will receive the 2013 Hall of Fame award at the Ladies All Star Banquet on November 9th. Well deserved! Mary Jo Curran is a Kerry legend and will be honoured with the 2013 Hall of Fame Award. Mary Jo is unique in ladies football as she has won 10 Senior All Ireland titles with Kerry and she has matched that achievement with 10 All Star Awards. Her performances at Centre Forward and Midfield for Kerry during their golden age between 1982 and 1993 were a major factor in helping Kerry to win 11 All Ireland titles including an unprecedented 9 in a row.
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