St. Farnan's GAA Club notes
Well done to our under 10 players who played on Sunday at the Sligo/ Westmeath game, namely, Odhran Mullaney, Joseph Rowlette, Lorcan Morrison, Ashley Morrison, Cormac Toolan, Mike Browne, Alan Scott, Stephen Tully, Adam Browne, Jamie Burns, Daithí Lang,James Lang and Rhys Gavin. Congratulations also to our players who received the sacrament of First Holy Communion in Templeboy on Sunday.
Well done to James Weir who captained the Sligo senior hurlers in their win over Longford. Good luck to James and all the Easkey/ St. Farnan's hurlers in the league final on Sunday when they will again face Longford.
Hurling training continues in the old Factory,  Easkey on Wednesdays from 6-7 for under 8/10's and 7-8pm for under 12/14's and on Saturdays from 10-11am for under 12/14 and 11.15-12.15 for under 8/10's. Nursery football continues on Fridays from 7-8pm for 4-10's in the Astro Turf, Dromore West.
Geraldine Foy(yearly ticket holder) was the winner of€216 in the 50 /50 draw. Next draw on Sunday,March 10. Tickets on sale locally or online.  A Yearly ticket of €50 can be purchased which guarantees entry into every draw for the year. Please support.
We extend birthday wishes to Kieran Devaney, Eamonn Kilgannon and Patrick O'Connor ,who are all celebrating their 21st birthdays at this time.
Connaught senior Scór final takes place in Balla on Sunday next. St. Farnan's will be represented by Frances Hanley in the recitation.
Congrats to the Windmill Players who finished a very successful tour of their production" Don't tell the wife". The cast entertained audiences in Ballintogher at the weekend.
The club extends sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of the late Vincent Mc Guire,Luton (brother of Geraldine Kilgannon), Elizabeth Cornwall, Boyle (mother of Liz Hegarty) and John Mc Andrew, Inver (grandfather of Olivia Mc Cloat). Ar Dheis Dé go raibh siad.

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