Lismore Camogie Club
are hosting a table Quiz in
The Red House Lismore
Friday April 1st 2016
Tables of 4 €30
Great Prizes to be won
Raffle also on the night
Over 16’s only
Lismore Camogie Club in conjunction with Lismore Juvenile GAA Club will be hosting a teenage disco in Lismore Community Centre on Friday night April 7th. This disco is to fundraise for the upcoming All Ireland Feile Finals in which both clubs will be hosting in June. Doors open at 8 o clock with an entry fee of €10. This disco will be fully supervised.
Both our U14 and U16 girls have been in training for the past few weeks in preparation for their upcoming championships.
All in Lismore Camogie would like to express their sincere condolences to the Prendergast family on the sad passing of Mattie during the past week.
On Sunday week last our first fundraising event for the upcoming All Ireland Feile Finals in June took place at the Lismore Point to Point Races by kind permission of the Lismore Race Committee. A bucket collection was organised with eight members of the Feile panel on the day, sincere thanks to all who donated to our fund.
The next major fundraiser for the event is a Juvenile Disco in conjunction with the Lismore Juvenile GAA club. This disco will be held in Lismore Community Centre on Friday April 8th. with DJ Liam O'Gorman , Admission €10 fully supervised and strictly no alcohol.
The next planned event is on Saturday May 21st which will be a bag-pack at Roches Centra by kind permission of Laura and Willie Roche.
The club will host a table Quiz on April 1st in the Red House Lismore. Tables of 4 €30 with great prizes to be won.
Training has commenced for our senior team and for our U14's and U16's as the Senior League is due to start in April and the U14 and U16 club championship are also due to commence in April. Draws for these competitions not known at the time of going to press.
Indoor training for our younger members finished last week and will be going outdoors after the Easter Break. Sincere thanks to all our volunteers who kept all our younger girls in training since last September and thought them all the skills of camogie in preparation for our outdoor season.
Camogie in the Castle Gardens
Our youngest members have been invited to take part in a game of camogie as part of the Castle arts Easter Spree on Easter Saturday morning at 11Am. All parents and their families are invited to go along to the castle gardens to see what our younger girls have learned throughout the winter months.
Registration for all members is being collected and due to the new registration system all members must be paid up before they take part in any compettiton for insurance purposes and will not be allowed to play unless paid.
Membership fees for 2016 is;
Family of 2 Adults plus 2 or more juveniles/3rd level students in full time education €60
Non Playing member €15
Scór na bPáistí
Well done to our younger members who represented Lismore Camogie/GAA clubs in the Scór competition held in Cappoquin on Saturday last and have qualified for the County Finals, The following are our finalists; Ellen Motherway-Recitation,Ava,Caoimhe, Kira and Clodagh Landers - Figure dancing, Ellen and Joe Motherway, Ava and Sally Houlhan, Caoimhe and Michael McGrath and Jane and Clodagh Landers who got through to the novelty act. Well done to you all, all in Lismore Camogie are proud to have such a large representation in the Scór Finals.
Sincere Condolences from all in Lismore Camogie Club to the Whelan Family Parks Road on the sad passing of Mikey Whelan last week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh sé.