The social club are running a weekend away to Wesport on the October Bank Holiday weekend. Bus will leave Saturday morning returning Monday afternnoon. The cost of the trip is €160 p.p for 2 nights B&B, 1 evening meal & return bus. If you are interested in coming along please let Mick Brazil know on 087 1238757 before May 1st.
The Match against Milltown on Monday 16/04/2012 is called off due to a bereavement in Milltown.
Some of the large Castlemitchell contingent who invaded Pearse Stadium in Galway following Kildare's promotion to Div 1 for the first time since 2008 following a remarkable, last gasp draw with Galway.
Galway were three points clear in added time after a stunning second half turnaround, but Kildare secured the point they needed to secure promotion when veteran Johnny Doyle successfully converted a penalty with the last kick of the game.
Congratulations to Kildare and everyone in Castlemitchell wish them the very best in the league final against Tyrone on 29th April.
Castlemitchell Ladies GFC are holding a girls Easter camp tomorrow (Good Friday) from 10.30 to 2.30pm. All girls under the age of 12 are welcome to attend. The camp is free of charge and lunch will be provided.
The club AGM will be held in the clubhouse on Saturday 19th November 2016 at 6pm. All adult members will receive nomination/motion forms shortly.
Club Members Draw
€10 tickets available from all committee members for our Annual Club Members Draw which has €3000 in prizes. The draw will take place in Pat Dunne's Lounge on 10th December 2016
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Astro Park Booking
Annual membership is now due:
Adult/Full Membership €30
Student/Youth Membership €15
Family Membership €40
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