Hi reader, 

We hope you enjoy this week's edition of the Clooney Quin GAA Club Newsletter

U21B Hurling Championship

Clooney Quin will take on Broadford in this years U12B hurling championship.  

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Medal presentation for 2017 U14 and U16 Championship winners

A medal presentation for Clooney Quin's 2017 U14 and U16 Championship winners will take place at Quin Community Centre on Sunday January 28th at 18:30. The U16B hurling, U16C football and U14C football championship winning teams will receive their medals on the night from a special guest. All are welcome.

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Voluntary Stewards Training Course

Voluntary Stewards Training Course

Please find attached detail regarding Voluntary Stewards Training Course to be held on the 9/10th. February at Clareabbey, Clarecastle. Download the application form from the link below. Stewards Training - Clare.pdf January 2018 Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Coiste Chontae an Clár are holding a Course for voluntary stewards to assist with our games in, various venues, especially Cusack Park for championship games. …

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U12 Camogie Up and Running for 2018

U12 Camogie Up and Running for 2018

Monday night last at 6pm saw Deirdre Murphy ably assisted by Cathal Egan recommence the u11/u12 Camogie season with the first of 6 weekly indoor sessions at Gurteen. There was a great turnout of 29 girls including a number of newcomers who are always welcome. The session concluded with 2 very serious (!) matches a nd we look forward to our …

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Clooney Quin Ladies Football and Camogie Medal Presentation for 2017 achievements

Clooney Quin Ladies Football and Camogie Medal Presentation for 2017 achievements

Clooney Quin Ladies Football and Camogie honored the 2017 achievements of their underage teams with a medal presentation in Quin Community Centre last Saturday evening. The teams receiving medals were the U10 and U12 camogies and U12 and U14 ladies football. The girls were delighted to accept their medals from special guest Clare player Aoife Keane. Thanks to Aoife for …

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