W/E 22/11/2020

posted Nov 16, 2020, 6:34 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Nov 16, 2020, 6:38 AM ]
Camogie Club A.G.M.
Ruan Camogie Club had a good year, given the COVID-19 pandemic. The girls got a lot of training, and matches, when restrictions allowed, when they performed with great enthusiasm. Many competitions ended prematurely due to the Level 5 lockdown.​
Officers elected for the coming season are as follows: ​ 
Chairman Aidan Hastings, Secretary Ellen Jones, Assistant Secretary Niamh Ni Mhuiri, Treasurer Rebecca O’Donoghue, Assistant Treasurers Mary Wynne and Niamh Lyons, P.R.O. Rebecca Crowe, Registrars Alice Casey and Natasha Hynes, Child Protection Officers Grainne Barry and Geraldine Burke, Data Protection Officer Alfie Jones.
Miriam Strand, who stepped down as Treasurer was commended for her many years of excellent financial management.
The next outing of the Club will be their annual fundraiser, when they will be out ‘hunting the Wren’ on St. Stephens Day, bringing much needed cheer to the parish, all the while keeping within the restrictions, and they are eagerly looking forward to 2021 when, hopefully, COVID 19 will be less and matches will be more!

Hurling Club.
The Hurling Club will hold its AGM on December 7, online. Nominations are being sought for the positions of Chairpersons and Secretaries for both the Senior and Minor Clubs. Any nominations or motions must be submitted to secretary.ruan.clare@gaa.ie before November 30.

St. Tola’s Church in Dysart and St. Mary’s Church, in Ruan, are open for private prayer, with sanitiser in place for use as one enters and leaves. Masses may be viewed online from Ruan, however, as there is no coverage in Dysart, it is not possible for Masses to be streamed from there.