Our Club Golf Classic was held at a picturesque Ballinamore Golf Course on the 22nd of July 2017. It’s the first time that we have held a golf classic and the event was a great success. We would like to thank those from our club who put much work into the event. We would also like to thank Ballinamore Golf Club.
In particular we would like to thank all our sponsors and participants. We hope that those who were present at the event enjoyed the day.
Below are pictures of the notice boards that were displayed on the day of the event.
Fenagh St.Caillin’s GAA Club are hosting a Golf Classic on Saturday the 22nd of July in Ballinamore Golf Club. This will be the Club’s main fundraising event in 2017.
All contributors will be credited by displaying their names on a Sponsor’s Board at the Golf Classic and at the prizegiving ceremony as well as online at the Club website, facebook and twitter pages.
For more information on the event please follow the link below…
Annual General Meeting
Thank you to everyone who attended our annual general meeting held over the Christmas period. Those in attendance saw the following officials appointed: Chairperson – Marie McGovern, Vice Chairman – Val Hargaden, Secretary – T.P. McLoughlin, Assistant Secretary – Niall Flynn, Treasurer – Gerry Kilkenny, Assistant Treasurer – Paul Gill, P.R.O. – Ray Greenan, Club Registrar – Niall Flynn, Cultural Scór Officers – Shane McHugh & Martin Doonan, Development Officer – Shane O’Rourke, Irish Officer – Vincent O’Rourke, Childrens Officer – Hilery McDermott, Coaching Officer – Joe McDermott, Insurance Officer – Niall Flynn, Health and Wellbeing Officer – Ray Greenan, IT – Niall Flynn, Ray Greenan & Pat Wrynn, Players Rep – Diarmuid McHugh, Coiste na nÓg Delegates – T.P. McLoughlin & Joe McDermott, Co. Board Delegates – Patrick Guckian & T.P. McLoughlin and Integration Officer – Marie McGovern. A sincere thank you to outgoing Chairman Jimmy Gilheany and Vice Chairman Brendan McLoughlin for their contributions to the club during their tenure. A new Club executive committee was also elected. The meeting concluded with a prayer from Fr. Tommy Greenan where all those who suffered breavements during the past year were remembered.