AGM - Railyard GFC held their AGM last Sunday in the clubhouse in Moneenroe before an enthusiastic attendance. (Report next week).
Railyard had two adult teams in action last weekend with the juniors winning by two points while the seniors lost by three points to Kilmoganny,
.BIGGEST LOSER - Biggest Loser each Monday in Moneenroe Hall, weigh-In times are 9-10 in the morning and 6-7 in the evening, call or text Geraldine for further information or to book your place which are limited.
MANY YOUNG MEN OF TWENTY - The Kilquan Players in association with Railyard Gfc, presented ‘Many Young Men of Twenty’ by John B Keane, in Moneenroe Hall last Friday nigh and comments were very favourable.
ZUMBA DANCING - Zumba classes are being held each Thursday at 10amin Moneenroe Hall. Fee is €6 per session.
HURLING - Cloneen Hurling Club held their AGM last week with a good attendance. Following a decent year on the playing fields the biggest pressure is the same as with many clubs and that is financing the club for the coming year . The first major outlay is the immediate cost of registration and insurance which last year cost almost €7,000 before a ball is struck.
All the outgoing club officers were returned for another season with Donal Brennan (Chairman), Josephine Cooney (Secretary) and John Paul O’Neill (Treasurer) retaining their places at the top table. The incoming committee held its fist meeting on Tuesday with the emphasis on fund raising. A ‘Last Man Standing’ based on the English Premier League is under way while an auction and raffle are planned for this month. Members will be knocking on doors over the coming weeks promoting and selling tickets for their upcoming raffle.