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DATE FOR YOUR DIARY!
The clubhouse bar is open this Saturday March 18th at 3.30pm.
The main events are:-
On the field at 2.30pm we have
Glynn/Barntown v Castletown in Senior Football league followed closely by Ballyboden St.Endas v Gowran in the Leinster Hurling league at 3pm.
On our 2 screens we have Rugby Ireland v England & football with Kerry v Dublin.
All teams playing in Killurin on Saturday are joining in the craic so come along and support- Everybody welcome!
2 BOTTLES & A CURRY €10. Contact Tony on 087 9197865 to book your curry!!
CLUB PERSON OF THE YEAR
Glynn Barntown ladies Catherine Carley and Celestine Fox were very worthy joint recipients of this years Glynn Barntown “Clubperson of the Year” award at a Wexford District reception held in the Riverbank House Hotel on Saturday evening. Both ladies have given decades of service to the club in a variety of ways and we are most proud to see them honoured for this. We offer them both our congratulations and a heartfelt thanks for their dedication and hard work. Pictured L-R Tossy Ryan, Catheribe Carley, James Flood and Lorraine Fox who accepted the award on Cel’s behalf.
Our Annual Easter Raffle was held in Declan’s on Thursday evening and was a great success. The club would like to thank all who supported it but a particular word of thanks to Club President Mary Roche and her husband Declan for the tremendous work they put in every year to selling tickets for the raffle and ensuring it’s success.
A great night was had by all at the Glynn Barntown GAA, Camogie and Ladies Football Clubs Reunion last night in the Riverbank House Hotel where the players gathered in excellent numbers to receive Intermediate Football Championship and League medals, Senior B Camogie Championship medals, Junior Hurling League medals and Jim Byrne cup medals to name but a few.
Thank you to all of our distinguished guests, Fr. Stafford, Fr. Carroll and Fr. Lory Kehoe, to Co Camogie Chairperson Ailish Whitty and her husband Michael and most especially to our GAA Club sponsors John and Mai Doyle and Camogie Sponsors Mary and Declan Roche all of whom lend unending support to the clubs. Thanks to all who attended the event or helped in any way to make it happen and a word of thanks to Woodies DIY for their kind sponsorship of balloons for the festivities.