Further to the recent decision to again vote against our new sporting facilities, the Dungiven Sports Forum has arranged a community meeting for 8.30pm, this Monday 11th Jan at the Dungiven Sports Pavilion. This is to protest at and plan a response to the continuing refusal of The Causeway Coast and Glens Council to approve our new sporting facilities.
It’s becoming clear that the only way that this community will get what it deserves will be if every person in Dungiven and surrounding areas attends meetings like this and shows their support. Please just don’t leave it to someone else!
If there was ever a time for Dungiven people and the community to stand together and show The Causeway Coast and Glens Council that we won’t stop until we get our new Sports Facilities, that this Community NEEDS, it’s NOW! We must send a strong message back to The Council to Stop Playing Politics with our children, families and Community.
So please, we at St Canice’s GAC would urge all of our Members and Families, and all the other local Sporting Clubs and Bodies, to be there on Monday night to support the Dungiven Sports Forum.
Two of our senior footballers, Mark Craig and Conor Murphy, were involved in the thrilling Derry v Tyrone match in Owenbeg on Sunday afternoon. Mark scored a late goal that looked like it might give Derry victory, but Tyrone had time to respond with two late points to win by the minimum margin. Final Score 1-16 to 4-06.
Due to the McKenna Cup match in Owenbeg on Wednesday night there will be no U6, U8 or U10 training this week. U12 & U14 will train on Wednesday night in Páirc na nÓg from 7:30pm to 8:30pm. Players should be dropped and collected from pitch promptly.
Club Contact Details:
The following details should be used for contacting the Club:
Club Chairman: Kieran McKeever email@example.com or 075 9272 8350.
Club Secretary: Mary K Burke firstname.lastname@example.org or 075 9787 7685.
Club PRO: James McMacken email@example.com or 078 8967 0455.
Executive Committee Meeting:
Due to the planned public meeting about the Dungiven sports pavilion on Monday night which clashes with our executive meeting, and the potential for further action on Tuesday night by the Dungiven Sports Forum, we have no option but to move our Executive Committee meeting back one week. The next Executive Committee meeting will now take place on Tuesday 19th January at 8.15pm. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Any club member who wishes an item added to the agenda for the next executive committee meeting should email the information to the club secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday 15th January.
This Week’s Lotto Numbers, drawn Sunday 10th January 2016, were
06 – 13 – 17 – 19
No Jackpot winner – 3 x £20 winners:
Next week’s jackpot rises to £4700.
Thanks to everyone who supports our Lotto – this is our main source of income and your continued support is greatly appreciated. We know there are some areas of the town not well enough served by Lotto collectors – we will be aiming to address this over the coming weeks. If you feel you can help us with the Lotto (either as a collector, or as a helper with the Sunday night draw) please give your details to any of the Club’s Committee.
Irish Language Classes – Monday at 7:30pm.
Irish Dancing Classes – Monday from 7:00pm.
Slimming World – Tuesdays at 5:30pm & 7:30pm.
The annual Senior Citizens’ New Year Party will take place in the Club on Fri 22nd Jan at 8pm – music, refreshments and transport will be provided. Contact Cormac (077 5371 8542) or Claire (077 1414 6103) for more details. If you have Senior Citizen family members or neighbours please encourage them to come along for what should be a good evening.
Planning a party?
If you have Party or Function coming up and need a venue (including well equipped kitchen), St Canice’s Club Hall is an excellent facility in the heart of your community. For bookings or enquiries please email email@example.com or call James on 078 8967 0455.