Club Notes
Mon 21st Jan 2019


Lotto numbers for Monday 14th January were 7, 23, 25, 28. No Jackpot winner and one match three winner winning £100, Brian Barrow. This weeks Jackpot is £3900.


A Big congratulations to our own Sinéad Carroll and the entire St. Patricks Academy team on winning the Ulster title on Thursday nigh last in Ballinderry defeating St. Pius Magherafelt 3-8 to 2-10. Well done girls and Sinéad, you have done your club proud.


Rock St Patricks ladies GFC would like to thank all those who supported our Poker Classic fundraiser on Friday night last. Your support is greatly appreciated and goes a long way in keeping the club afloat. A special word of thanks to those who made the trips up from Belfast, Mayobridge, Dungannon, Galbally, Cookstown and Kildress as well as our locals. A Big Thank You to all who helped organise the event especially Cyril Cush and Kevin Cassidy, and also to all the ladies who provided and helped with refreshments, all help much appreciated. See you all again next year.


Scór Sinsear (17+) begins 1st/3rd February 2019.

Categories include Solo Singing, Ballad Group, Instumental Music, Quiz, Recitation, Historical Presentation and Set Dancing.Any member interested in representing the club in the competition should contact Cultural Officer Eamon McGarrity 07748752183.


It's that time of the year again, Rock Ladies GFC are collecting clothes, shoes, bags, curtains, bedding etc....

So now is the time to give them cupboards a good old clear out. Any items can be dropped of at the club changing room Thursday evenings between 7.30 till 8.00 or alternatively pick up can be arrange within a 5 mile radius by contacting ...

Clodagh Mullan 07872 911332 or Brenda Moore 07796143484.


U10 boys training commences on Tuesday night 22nd January in MUSA 7-8pm. Cost is £2 per child and runs for 10 weeks.


Membership for the coming year is now due. Fees for the year remain the same:couples £50, adults £30, students £10 and youths £5.


As part of a referee recruitment drive within our club we are offering a small bursary to any young volunteer who would like to become a referee. This would be ideally suited for students and would help our club fulfil our responsibility to provide at least 1 active referee. If you are interested or would like any further information please contact any committee member.


An Charraig Naomh Pádraig wish to express our deepest sympathy to Shane and Mary Kelly(Moveagh) on the death of Shanes mother, Patricia (Loughmacrory), grandmother of youth players Catherine, Michael, Briege and Eilísh, and we offer our sincere condolences to the entire family circle. May she Rest in Peace.

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