St. Farnan's GAA Club notes
Congratulations to James Weir who not only picked up an All Star award last night for Lory Meagher 2018 but also picked up Player of the year. This is a great tribute to James' efforts on the hurling field this year, is well deserved and the club is justifiably proud of this tremendous honour and achievement. James is also one of our "Strictly" dancers , so it is fitting that the club will recognise his achievement on November 10. Well done  to Gary Cadden of Coolera/ Strandhill who joined James to pick up an All Star.
Thanks to all who have supported our "Strictly" fundraisers to date Admission : €10. The final fundraiser takes place in The Flying Horse tonight, November 3. Jennifer Foy and Cormac Hallinan hold their raffle with super prizes on offer. Music on the night by Roisin Kilgannon. 
Tickets for "Strictly Come Dancing" are on sale at €20. This includes the raffle with a top prize of €500  on offer and a number of other valuable prizes.A great night is in store in The Diamond Coast Hotel on November 10. Please support.
Congratulations to Easkey/ St. Farnan's minor hurling team who captured the county minor hurling title on Friday last in Scarden. The team defeated Naomh Eoin by 4-15 to 1-5 to win the title for the fourth year in a row.
The under 21 team will play Calry/ St. Joseph's in the semi final of the under 21 B championship on Sunday at 3.30pm in Scarden.
Reminder that the county final of Scór na nÓg takes place on November 25 in Dromore West Community centre. Anyone wishing to take part should contact Sean Kilgannon.
This week's 50/50 draw is on Sunday night. Please support.


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