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Sunday 17 December 2017

Shock at passing of Carrig

THE Rosmini Gaels club lost their young manager, John Carrig, over the weekend. John managed Rosmini's adult team for the last 10 years.

From Tarbert, John watched Kerry beat Dublin on Saturday night. He died suddenly only a few hours after the game.

"The club is shocked to its foundation. John was liked and respected by everyone. Our deep sympathies go to his family," stated Rosmini chairman, Seamus Reilly.

Finances in spotlight

THE Myclubfinances.com folk are holding two sessions for Dublin clubs at The Citywest Hotel on Friday, February 17th (7.30pm to 9.30pm) and Saturday, February 18th (9.30am to 11.30am).

The focus is on making the raising of funds easier for clubs, and to improve club's communications system. To book a place, email info@locallotto.ie. More info from Warren Healy 087-2365854.

€5k of gear up for grabs

SETANTA SPORTS are offering the chance to Dublin GAA clubs to win €5,000-worth of O'Neill's gear. The competition is called the '45 Challenge'. First up last Saturday night were Kilmacud Crokes. The Kicking King, Mark Vaughan, was as assured as ever. Details on www.setanta.com.ie.

Throw-in at Olympia

HURLING'S All-Star Wars throws-in at The Olympia tonight. There could be a free 'hang' sandwich for everybody in the audience. Tickets are €30. Phone 6486029.

Email: niallscullyfootball@eircom.net

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