Hi reader, 

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

Junior hurlers first league outing of 2019

The junior hurlers will have their first outing of 2019 in the first round of the division 3 league against Ogonnelloe in Ogonnelloe at 12 noon on Sunday. Come out and support the hurlers on Sunday.

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Clooney Quin Camogie and Ladies Football New sponsor Damien O'Neill

Clooney Quin Camogie and Ladies Football New sponsor Damien O'Neill

Clooney Quin Camogie and Ladies football are delighted to have new sponsor Damien O'Neill on board for the 2019 season. Thanks to Damien for lovely new set of jerseys.    

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Buckle My Shoe 32 , Time for Fun 41 ----- BINGO

Buckle My Shoe 32 , Time for Fun 41 ----- BINGO

Bingo number 11 Legs eleven !!!!!!!!! Its Bingo Weekend with amazinig spot prizes Saturday Quin Hall 8pm sharp.

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Camogie Feile starts this weekend

Camogie Feile starts this weekend

This weekend will see the preliminary rounds of the camogie feile kicking off with the semi finals and finals to be played the following weekend. Clooney Quin will be in a group with Inagh Kilnamona, Sixmilebridge and Scariff / Ogonelloe. These games are due to take place in Clooney at 4pm. 

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Senior Hurlers snatch a draw in Clare Cup Rnd 1

Senior Hurlers snatch a draw in Clare Cup Rnd 1

The senior hurlers had a narrow win over Newmarket on bank holiday Monday in Newmarket. It was a low scoring game and Clooney managed to hold out for a one point win in their first round of the Clare Cup. Clooney Quins goal came from Jimmy Corry early in the second half. Final score was Clooney Quin 19 NOF 1 …

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Senior Camogies get draw in league first round

Senior Camogies get draw in league first round

Feakle was the eventual chosen destination for the first outing of the year for the senior camogie side. They played Feakle / Killanena in the first round of the division 2 league and they shared the spoils under very windy conditions. The junior camogie team had to cancel their game on Sunday as Clooney pitch was closed. The junior ladies …

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U16 Footballers had tough battle to the end in Shannon

U16 Footballers had tough battle to the end in Shannon

The U16 footballers narrowly lost out to Wolfe Tones in the U16B championship in Shannon on Sunday morning. They were behind at half time and turned it around in the second¬†half. A late penalty for the home side put them in front again and they held on for the win. They will play the Banner on Saturday in Lees Rd …

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