BRIDE ROVERS GAA CLUB NOTES.

06 January, 2015

Victory Social on Sat 17th.

On Saturday week the 17th of January in conjunction with the Ladies Football and Camogie Club we are holding a Victory Social in the Corrin Event Centre. With hurling and football medals to be presented this promises to be a gala night. Tickets are just €20 and are available from Club Treasurer Dan Quill (086  3684431) May Barry and Betty Cahill and other Club Officers. It should be a great night so make sure to get your tickets on time.

WEEKLY CLUB LOTTO.

The last Lotto draw for 2014 took place on Tuesday night January 30th with a Jackpot of 2200. The four numbersdrawn were  1,2,3,4 and there was no winner. The  €30 winners were  Lorraine Campbell Gracelands, Brendan Walsh Shanowen, Eileen Lane Leamlara, N.McHugh Bartlemy, Denis Mulcahy Bartlemy.  The Jackpot for the first draw of 2015 on Tuesday night last January 6th at Benskins  was  €2400.

Tickets for the Loot are available from Club members and in local business outlets at just €2 each. A yearly ticket is also available. Tickets can also be purchased online at locallotto.ie

 

Scor na nOg Table Quiz.

The cork Co. Final of the Scor na nOg (under17) Table Quiz will be held on Friday week January 16th in  Pairc Ui Chaoimh at 7.30. The competition is for teams of 4 with ten rounds of questions, The Quiz is open to GAA< Camogie and Ladies Football Clubs. For more details contact 086  8354093

MEMBERSHIP FEES FOR 2015.

Players €100

Ordinary adult membership €50

OAP's €20

Students €30.

 

Bride Rovers Abu'.

At our recent 50th Anniversary celebrations in Bartlemy Hall there were several enquiries about our Club History 'Bride Rovers Abu' - yes copies are still available from the Club PRO , just phone 087 9538077.

 

 

Twitter and Tweet. And Website.
The Tweets and Twitters have been going well all year. So many people at home and abroad are now very hi-tech when it comes to keeping in touch with the activities of the Bride Rovers Club. The online editions of newspapers are growing in popularity. Meanwhile you can follow the Club on twitter at twitter@ Bride RoversGAA or on our own website at www.briderovers.ie  Any news items or general items of interest are very welcome for inclusion and should be sent to Gerard Lane. Please inform family members, relations and friends of Bride Rovers about the ways and means of keeping in contact with the Club. Christmas time is when we all think of those away abroad in a special way so tell them all about how to keep in touch with the Club at home and how they can still support the Club lotto online.

 One on One.

Normally it's the legislators within the GAA who bring about changes to the playing rules. It looks like Cork goalkeeper will make history as the first player to have a new Rule in the Official Guide 'named' after him. Anthony's exploits as a  semi-penalty taker in hurling last year created quite a stir so much so that 'emergency legislation' was rushed through. Now a further modification is being tried out. The one on one hurling penalty is in place for the provincial pre season tournaments at present so it will be interesting to see how this new concept of the lone goalie will work out. Whatever new rule will be put in place it will forever be called the Nash Rule.   

Volunteers.

We are always seeking new players from four years and upwards and of course older players who may have played with other clubs and are now living in the parish are more than welcome to join the Bride Rovers Club. People who never played the games are encouraged to join too as we have a role for everyone. Maybe your talent is in gardening or landscaping, in IT or fundraising, in catering, cleaning, flag-making or any other of the many tasks that have to be undertaken in a busy GAA Club. Some people are afraid if they 'join up' they will be overburdened but don’t worry on that score. If you want to give an hour a week or an hour a month to the Bride Rovers Club that contribution will be very much appreciated and respected. They say 'many hands make light work' and in the case of a GAA Club it is really the truth. In the next few weeks many people will be making New Year's Resolutions -why not get involved with your local GAA Club? If you want further information on what you could do ring 087 9538077.

 

BRIDE ROVERS CLUB SPONSORS.

Thanks to our Main Club Sponsors Rathcormac Tyres, Veoila Environmental Services and O Coileains Bar for their ongoing support.