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Club News 8th February

posted 7 Feb 2016, 15:13 by diarmuid mccarthy

EASTERN U21 HURLING FINAL REPLAY

Our U21 hurlers put in a tremendous effort last Saturday afternoon in Carriganore in this replayed Eastern Final but came up short in the end. Fair play to Portlaw, they deserved their victory but were made work all the way as Tramore led from the start, right up to the last 10 minutes. It has been a long campaign since last November with several postponements mainly due to the weather. The club is extremely proud of all the players and we're also grateful to the management team for their hard work during this championship. Final score Tramore 2-08 Portlaw 0-21.


FOOTBALL

Our Minor Footballers play their first match of the championship (kick off their campaign) at home to Clan na Gael on Sunday 21st February at 11.30am in Tramore GAA Pitch.


KILDARE SENIOR FOOTBALL

A former player Kevin Feely played midfield for the Kildare Senior Football Team on Sunday last that defeated Offaly in the second round of the National Football League. Kevin played under age football and hurling with Tramore before he moved to Athy some years ago.


CAMOGIE

Tramore camogie club are committed to fielding an adult team in 2016. This is a natural development of the hard work completed at underage grades over the last number of years and the increasing attractiveness of camogie as a sports choice for ladies. Training commenced on Wednesday, 20th of January at 8pm on the astroturf and will continue each Wednesday. Anyone interested in trying out, please come down a give it a whirl. You are sure to have some fun.


CLUB LOTTO AT FARRELL’S GARAGE

Thanks to Pat Kiely and Ray Finnegan for selling lotto tickets last Saturday. If you don't already have the opportunity to buy a ticket please come to Farrell's any Saturday and support your club and Farrell's for facilitating us.


SOCIAL DANCE NIGHT

Social Dancing continues again in Tramore GAA Club Centre this Friday night 12th February with Peter Burke. Dancing from 9.30pm till late.


SOCIAL DANCE CLASSES

Learn to Waltz and many more dances. Get fit and have fun while you learn to dance. Classes will be held every Tuesday night and starting this Tuesday night 12th January in Tramore GAA Centre from 7.30pm to 9.00pm. For more information contact Yvonne 0872448535


DEISE DRAW

The first 2016 Deise Draw takes place in Stradbally on Good Friday, 25 March, and will run for 9 months. Tickets cost €10 each, many terrific prizes to be won, including a monthly top prize of €10,000.


ASTROTURF and HALL

Open to Clubs and Children's Parties, for further information, contact our Sports and Social Manager, Charlie Ryan at 086-8232021.​


CORE PILATES

Pilates with Davy Wade on Thursday at 7.30pm. Price is €5 and all are welcome.


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