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Club Notes: 8th February 2016

posted Feb 22, 2016, 6:39 PM by Mark Baldwin
Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 3, 8, 18, 26
No winner
Consolation Prizes: Leanne Sheehan, William Kenneally, Eamon Donnelly, Mary Kenneally
Promoter: Pat Murphy
Next draw: Lukies, February 15th
Jackpot €4,000

CLG Tulach Iarainn wishes to extend sincere sympathy to Pat Grant and the Grant Family Fourmilewater on the sad passing of Pats brother Leo. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to Margaret Maher and the Kelly family Knockanore on the sad passing of John - Michael. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Pitches Off Limits
For obvious reasons both club pitches are unavailable for games and training at the moment. Weather permitting we will have them back in use as soon as possible. This obviously puts greater demand on our all weather pitch so it is important all teams book their slot well in advance through Denis Tobin. Priority will be given to teams with pending championship games.

Strictly Come Dancing
Tallow GAA club will run Strictly on Sat June 4th in conjunction with Tallow Tostal festival. Denis and co are busy little bees at the moment organising this event which is sure to bring many laughs and giggles along the way. More info to follow so watch this space!!!!

Membership needs to paid at the moment, it is vitally important for the club that this is paid. It can be given to Donna or Finn.

Deise Draw
The Deise Draw has changed to 9 months at the same cost of €10 per month. Contact Fada or any of the promoters for tickets.

Senior Hurling
We have been given dates for this years Senior hurling championship. Our first game is fixed for Sunday May 8th at Fraher Field against Abbeyside. Throw in is at 6pm. 

Last Man Standing
And we are up and running.
Thanks to everyone who entered in what is our biggest competition to date, with over 240 entrants.
However, as is the norm with this competition we have our customary first day massacre. Thanks mainly to the generousity of the Liverpool defence.
68 people bowed out on the first day but all is not lost. All 68 can take advantage of our new policy this year where first round casualities can buy back for €5. If you are one of these fallers then please contact the Tallow GAA member you entered with and he/she will only be too happy to accept your €5.