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Skerries Harps Newsletter 16th June 2014

posted 16 Jun 2014, 01:06 by Skerries Harps

McMeel,s Pharmacy sponsored Senior footballers had good league win against St.Peregrines and a narrow 1 point loss to St.Annes on Sat night. Juniors drew V St.James Gaels and lost to Castleknock in mid week. Hard luck to Ross McGarry and Ian Furlong on Fingal,s narrow Final loss to Tyrone last weekend.

Fixtures: Wed 18th June Ladies Football V Scoil Ui Chonnaill Home 7.30pm. Sun 22nd June Minor Football V St.Maurs Home  and Junior Hurling V Kilmacud Crokes Home, Times TBC.

For all other results and fixtures and updated news see website www.skerriesharps.ie.

Dates for Diary: 27th June Senior Camogie Table Quiz in Harps Clubhouse . Fri 14th November D Kube in City North Hotel. Please Support, more details later.

Summer Camp Dates: Week 1: 7th to 11th July Multi Sports Camp. Week 2 14th to 18th July Multi Sports Camp. Week 3 21st to 24th July (Nursery-Academy Camp Age 5yrs to 8yrs). Week 4 11th -15th August Kelloggs Cul Camp. All Camps €60. Nursery-Academy €40. Camps open to children aged between 8 and 13 yrs except Nursery Camp. More details from GPO Stephen 085 1559546 or on website skerriesharps.ie.

Juvenile games meeting every Thurs 9pm followed by Adult Games meeting at 10pm.

Academy finished for the summer last weekend, Thanks to Gerry,s Foods, the coaches, parents, players and all who helped out over the season.

Zingo result: 6-3-1-2-5-4-7. No Jackpot winner. Jackpot now a Big €5.5K. Summer Holiday Sorted!! We had 2 dividend winners see Zingo section on website for details.  Why not Play this week and help your club!! All proceeds go to the day to day running of the Harps.  Next Draw Thursday night in The Black Raven at 10.30pm. Envelopes €2 from Gary Holland or by quarterly bank standing order or play on-line at skerriesharps.ie

While work continues on New Clubhouse, Car Park will remain closed. Access to pitch is via steps/gate on left hand side. See website for alternate parking arrangements.

The club extends its sympathy to former Chairman Hugh McCrory and his family on the death of his brother Liam last weekend. May he rest in peace.



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