Congratulations to the Churctown NS team on winning the schools final today
Get your thinking caps on for the Castlemitchell GFC Table Quiz in Pat Dunne's Lounge on Friday 6th June at 9pm. €40 per team of four. As always your support is appreciated.
Congratulations to John Keane winner from 2013 ,Ricky Kelly and Stephen Foley who shared the prize money in our Last Man Standing Competition. It lasted 14 weeks after starting out with a total of 256 names and a lot of people going out on the first week, it continued until the last day of the premiership. We would like to thank everyone that entered this very successful competition for our club and also to the sellers for getting in the names. Hopefully you all enjoyed the competition and will enter next year.
Best of luck to our U 16 girls team who play in their league final against Kilcock today in Hawlkfield. Well done to the girls and the managers for getting to the final.
As part of a fundraiser we are collecting clean clothing, curtains, towels, handbags, shoes and old mobile phones. This is a great opportunity to get rid of unwanted clothes and mobiles for free and in the process support Castlemitchell GFC. Please bring all items on or before 10th May 2014 to the clubhouse or contact Catherine on 086 6077 871. Read Flyer here>>
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
Remember free club membership for Friends of Castlemitchell GFC
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Complete the form and return it to your bank.
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