W/E 27/12/2020

posted Dec 23, 2020, 2:14 AM by John O'Sullivan
Women of Influence in Irish Sport.
Niamh Daffy, a native of Ruan, a graduate of I.T. Tralee is one of the 50 Women of Influence in Irish Sport, who was selected to receive an an award given by Sports for Business, in collaboration with Liberty Insurance. Niamh has always been passionate about sport, particularly Camogie, which she played with her Ruan Camogie Club and, underage, intercounty. 
Niamh, who now lives in Tralee, was instrumental in the creation of CARA, which coordinates, develops and delivers inclusive training and educational workshops across the Sport, Fitness, Adventure and Education sectors, and as CEO of the organisation, is well deserving of this award.

Hunting the Wren.

Ruan Camogie Club is going virtual this St Stephens Day and Musicians, Singers, Dancers and Entertainers are invited to help Ruan Camogie Club with this vital, annual fundraiser. 

Anyone interested is asked to submit their video clips and tictoks showing their talent. These may be sent to Ruan Camogie Club PRO, Rebecca Crowe, on 0870638554.  

Recent Death.
The death has occurred of Mary Hogan (née O’Halloran), Caherblonic North, Kilnaboy, mother of John Hogan, Ruan.