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  • November 2020

  • Glenville GAA

    Glenville GAA

    24 November, 2020

    Lotto results The numbers drawn were 1, 14, 18, 13 No winner of the €15,500 jackpot. Thanks to everyone who supported the lotto. The lucky dip winners of €20 are Michael O'Riordan Lucy Sheehan Steph

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  • Castlelyons GAA

    Castlelyons GAA

    24 November, 2020

    Planning and Development moving slowly but surely. November 2019 was a historic time for our Club as we purchased 9.5 acres of land adjoining the present club property with the purpose of providing further s

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  • Killeagh GAA Club

    Killeagh GAA Club

    23 November, 2020

    COVID-19 As we are now in Level 5 restrictions, we ask all members to be cautious at all times going forward, keep your Social Distance, wear a face covering where possible, wash your hands regularly & reduc

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  • Bride Rovers GAA

    Bride Rovers GAA

    19 November, 2020

    Double Bubble Burst. How often over the years have Cork lost big hurling games below in Limerick- too often and last Saturday was the same. In woeful weather conditions Cork lost out to the 'auld enemy' Tip

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  • Killeagh GAA Club

    Killeagh GAA Club

    17 November, 2020

    COVID-19 As we are now in Level 5 restrictions, we ask all members to be cautious at all times going forward, keep your Social Distance, wear a face covering where possible, wash your hands regularly & reduc

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  • Glenville GAA

    Glenville GAA

    17 November, 2020

    Have you got an hour a week to spare?? With 2021 just around the corner we are already looking forward to the new season ahead. We are endeavouring however to improve year by year, on and off the pitch. Volun

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  • Bride Rovers GAA

    Bride Rovers GAA

    13 November, 2020

    Cork v Tipp started in the Ice Age! It was in what they call the 'Little Ice Age' that the great rivalry between Cork and Tipperary in hurling first developed. Some people think that climate change an

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  • Killeagh GAA Club

    Killeagh GAA Club

    10 November, 2020

    COVID-19 As we are now in Level 5 restrictions, we ask all members to be cautious at all times going forward, keep your Social Distance, wear a face covering where possible, wash your hands regularly & reduc

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  • Castlelyons GAA

    Castlelyons GAA

    10 November, 2020

    Operation Lockdown. Tough times as the hours of darkness are increasing each day and all organised social activity is restricted with the effects of Coronavirus hitting all communities and clubs nationwide.

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  • Glenville GAA

    Glenville GAA

    03 November, 2020

    As of Tuesday 3rd of November Glenville main pitch will be in essence a construction site so all activities cease in Glenville pitch from this evening. There is absolutely NO ENTRY allowed until construction

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  • Scór

    Scór

    03 November, 2020

    It is vital that we keep Scór to the fore in the months ahead to ensure that it is as strong as it was last February, when 1,700 attended the Scór na nÓg Finals in the INEC Killarney, when the time comes to r

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  • Bride Rovers GAA

    Bride Rovers GAA

    02 November, 2020

    Thurles for the Hurling, home by the fire for the Fans! Cork against Waterford in Thurles would normally have us all on the road to Tom Semple's famous Stadium early of a Sunday morning in May or June or f

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  • Killeagh GAA Club

    Killeagh GAA Club

    02 November, 2020

    COVID-19 As we are now in Level 5 restrictions, we ask all members to be cautious at all times going forward, keep your Social Distance, wear a face covering where possible, wash your hands regularly & reduc

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