W/E 02/01/2022

posted Dec 30, 2021, 11:25 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Dec 30, 2021, 11:25 AM ]
Hunting the Wren.
Many members and supporters of Ruan Camogie Club staged a virtual 'hunting the wren' on​ the Club's website on St. Stephen's Day, featuring people from nine years of age to over ninety, singing, dancing and showing a variety of talent from home and abroad.​It's a hugely entertaining and enjoyable piece and well worth a viewing, with a host of talent on view. The Club has a 'gofundme' link where people may donate. The Club​ which​ has members, from under six to adults, training and participating in learning camogie skills and making enduring friendships along the way, playing games at all levels, which are overseen by dedicated coaches and officials,​ is a credit to all those involved.

The amalgamation of Corofin and Ruan hurlers in the u21A Championship has been hugely successful, culminating in the winning of the first ever 21A Championship in Gurteen on Wednesday evening last, when they overcame Newmarket. The Ruan​ contingent of Cian O'Donoghue, joint captain, Ashley Brohan, Shane Punch, Darragh McInerney, Robin Mounsey, Jack McDonagh, Patrick O'Halloran and James Power were very much involved in the Championship from start to finish and their​ skills were very much in evidence with their Corofin teammates. The team, with their coaches were warmly welcomed back to Corofin and Ruan and it was a fitting end to a year where they've worked hard in training, with the help of coaches and parents, and all have earned a well deserved rest over Christmas.

Toonagh Walk.
The Annual Toonagh Walk which, this year, will support Huntingtons, Motor Neurone and Parkinsons Associations will take place on January 16, 2022, with registration at 11am in Toonagh Hall.​ ​ Further information will be given nearer the time.