The Henry Joy McCracken GFC Moneymore Committee would like to take this opportunity to invite you, your family and friends to celebrate 100 years of Gaelic Games in Moneymore. From the O’Cahans 1911 to the Henry Joys 2011. Many local people have great memories to recall of their involvement with the Gaelic club in the village for many years and the Centenary Dinner will celebrate these memories and achievements.
It takes place on Saturday 26th November in the Glenavon House Hotel Cookstown 7.30pm start. Music by Hype. If you would like a ticket or book a table of 10 you can do so with Sandie Marshall Event Co-ordinator at Mobile 07795565924 or email@example.com. Tickets £30 Senior Citizens & Students £15. We look forward to seeing you on the night. Under 16’s must be accompanied by parents.
Can all centenary questionnaires be returned by the middle of next week and anyone that didn’t get one ask Roddy, Stephen or Sandie. We would also appreciate if people can order tickets for the dinner by next week as well so we can get an estimate of numbers for the hotel.
The Seniors missed out on the Promotion Play Offs by one point, but as there was so many regular starters missing for the last two league games against Drumsurn and Foreglen it was obvious that Intermediate football was the best place for this squad of players at the moment.
The club is now on the look out for a Senior Team manager/coach. If you are interested contact the secretary on 07879338500. The club would like to thank Paddy McGuckin for his commitment to the club over the last three years and we wish him all the best of luck in any further coaching roles he may take up in the future.
Anyone interested in coaching any underage teams in 2012 contact Gary Mc Coy asap.
The Committee members and players of Moneymore GFC would like to extend their condolences to Benny O Neill and his family circle on the death of Liam, Bennys brother and we would also like to extend our condolences to Hugh Conway and his family circle on the death of our club member Tony, Hugh’s brother. May they rest in peace.