W/E 15/09/2013

posted Sep 13, 2013, 4:47 AM by Unknown user
Camogie Update.

The local Junior A team was narrowly beaten in their last round of the Championship by Feakle/Broadford recently.  They now meet Killenena/Tulla in the semi final to be played on the 21st Sept. next.
The Minors are in the final of the Minor C competition, which takes place on Fri. 13th next at 6.30, at a venue to be decided.
The u13s and u16s are currently competing in their respective championships.
A little bit of history was made recently when Shannen O'Donovan, who plays u13 and u16, scored a point from a sideline puck in the u13 game against Eire Og, the only Clare camogie player to do so this year.
Activities in Toonagh Hall.

Now that the summer is over, the evenings are getting darker earlier, and people are thinking of ways to fill their time - well, Toonagh Hall is the venue for adult dancing classes on Thursday nights from 9p.m. to 11p.m., where jives, quick-steps, waltzs and set dancing will be taught, in a friendly atmosphere.  Further information from Maggie at 0877577440.
On Friday afternoons, from 3.30p.m. to 4.30p.m. Michelle Enright, from the Nolan School of Dancing, will hold children's dance classes.
The Kitchen Sessions resume after the summer holidays, on Friday 20th Sept. next, from 7p.m. to 9p.m.  Parents and children are invited to the sessions and all musicians, singers and dancers will be very welcome.