Colm steps down
The secretary also extende d ‘ a massive thank you’ to Colm Mackin who has managed the club bar for the past 15 years. He is stepping down from the post.
The secretary said the clubs is extremely grateful to all those committee members and non-committee members who sell lotto tickets each week.
She also acknowledged and thanked all the retail outlets and pubs in the parish for allowing the club to sell the lotto on their premises.
Liam Steele resumed as clubroom caretaker in 2018 and his attention to detail ensured the place was spotless. She wished Oliver Brennan well in his recovery from illness. Oliver looked after the dressing rooms at McGeough Park on match days.
Among the events staged was the annual Cul camp which catered for 200 children aged between 7 and 13 years,
The club also hosted their own Gaelic skills camp again this year which was attended by 160 kids. It ended as always with a trip to Croke Park for the all Ireland ladies final.
The secretary thanked individuals and local business for sponsorship during the year.
The major funding raising event in 2018 was a very successful Car Draw in conduction with McCabe’s Garage. derful experience for the club and the amount of work that went into the weekend was astronomical. The secretary thanked families who kindly looked after the children of visiting teams.
The juvenile football committee organised a very successful schools programme with the three parish schools, comprising blitz competitions with the schools and numerous football ventures at home and away throughout the year, not to mention now their new winter programme.