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By: Connemara Rfc  05/12/2011

Connemara RFC » Seniors

A large number of Roundstone supporters are travelling to Cork for our game against Sunday’s Well on the first Saturday in December. They’re always very loyal followers. Johnny Sheehan, a Garryowen man, and his fellow Roundstone people, are organising a big Penalty Shoot in the tourist village on New Years Day. There will be a floating piece of pitch with goalposts in the harbour, and all players, coaches, dossers, veterans, ladies and gents are asked to attend and participate. There will be lots of rugby balls available and they will safely retrieved by the McDonagh brothers in their own currach. John and Carole Sheridan, Mary McDonagh and her family, the Burke family, Ferrons family, Keaney family, Joe King and Mary King, Nicholas Griffin, hopefully Joe Creane, Vinny Creane, Paddy Joe King, Hugh O’Donnell and many friends of whom I’m sure we’ve forgotten will be in attendance.
See you all on New Year’s Day, starting at 2.30pm.

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Matt O’Sullivan


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