W/E 28/11/2021

posted Nov 24, 2021, 3:42 AM by John O'Sullivan
Toonagh School Fundraiser.
The Parents Association of Toonagh School wishes to thank all who supported its recent clothes collection which brought in 1,200 Euro. The group has donated 300 Euro of this to Toonagh Hall and Sports Complex, as the children have access to the Complex for exercise, sport and activities, and 900 Euro will be used for the school library. (I cant get my euro sign to work so you might put it in instead of the written euro please)

Ending on a High.
The local Camogie Club has had a very busy year, with girls from six years of age up to Seniors enjoying the game of camogie, picking up skills, making friends and keeping fit. The u18 girls won the Shield Final on Saturday last in Shannon. They put in a powerful performance and beat Kilmaley to come away with a well deserved victory. The backroom team​ of Aidan Hastings, Aidan Lawton, Alfie Jones and Pat Casey have put in many hours bringing on the players during the year and their input into the Club is much appreciated, as is the contribution of all who have supported the girls.

Into the Semi-finals.
In hurling the u21 championship started at the quarter finals for both Corofin/Ruan teams. On Saturday Ruan/Corofin A team were away to Kilmaley and won by five points.​ The​ u21C team beat Sixmilebridge in Ruan by ten points. Both of these teams now go forward to the semi finals in two weeks time.

Tidy Village and Graveyards.
Following on from its advancement by six points since 2019, the Tidy Towns and Graveyards Committee is making a big push to top their category next year.​ They will hold a 'Cash for Clobber' clothes collection on Dec. 17 next and is asking anyone doing a pre-Christmas clear out to keep them in mind. Bags of clothes, bags, shoes, bedlinen, curtains, towels may be left in to Ruan Community Centre any weekday from 9.30am to 12 noon.

Toonagh Tractor Run.
All roads will lead to Toonagh on Sunday, November 28, when a Tractor Run will take place to raise funds for Toonagh Hall and Sports Complex. Registration is at Banner Equestrian Centre from 10.30am, with the run starting at 12.30, sharp. There will be refreshments and a raffle at the hall afterwards. A childrens tractor run will go from the hall to Toonagh Stores, and back, to add something for the children. The support of the community will be very much appreciated.