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Skerries Harps Newsletter 17th Nov

posted 17 Nov 2014, 01:04 by Skerries Harps   [ updated 21 Nov 2014, 03:54 ]

Wow!! What a Fantastic Night at The Kube last Friday in The City North Hotel. Many thanks to all 800 of you who came along and made the event such a huge success. It was great to see so many old and new supporters of the club there and we hoped you all enjoyed the night. Well done to Keith and team from Fundraising Events for putting on a very professional show. And a special mention to the Kube Committee for a job well done.

Thanks also to our main event sponsors Ollie's Place and McMeel's Pharmacy. Sincerest thanks to all our sponsors, advertisers, participating clubs/ groups and contestants. Congrats to the Winner Darren Bailey and his chosen charity Pieta House and well done to Gemma Dowling the Runner-Up and her charity the  Gary Kelly Cancer support centre. See photos of the Event on Facebook page- Skerries Harps presents The Kube.

Well done to Finn Chatten, Paul Wilde, Matthew Dooley and David Boyd who played on the Dublin u13 Hurling Development Squad V Cork at the weekend.

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

The New Clubhouse is taking shape at the end of the car park, with your help we could be open in Feb 2015, our donation drive is moving into full swing, by now all members should have received your donations pack, please support your club in this venture.

A.G.M. is on this Thursday 20th November at 8.30pm in the clubhouse. The last one in the old clubhouse, please support this very important meeting.

Academy this Sat at 10am.

New Harps T-Shirts €35 Now Available. Orders to Catherine or Cait 0872730434.

Whist continues on Tuesday nights at 8pm. Free lessons for beginners.

Zingo result: 5-7-3-1-4-6-2 . No J/pot Winner, Dividend Winner €400 Gary Wilde, Well Done Gary. Jackpot Now €1,700. All proceeds go to the day to day running of the Harps. Playing makes It Possible!! Next Draw Thursday night in The Clubhouse at 10.30pm. Envelopes €2 from Gary Holland or by quarterly bank standing order or play on-line at skerriesharps.ie.

The club extends its sympathy to Angela and the Murray family on the recent death of our friend and club colleague John Murray. May he rest in peace.



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