W/E 01/10/2017

posted Sep 27, 2017, 3:04 PM by John O'Sullivan

Camogie. 
Ruan u13 Camogie team continued their good form in the B championship campaign on Saturday afternoon when they travelled to Clooney-Quin. The match was played at a very high standard with fabulous skills on show.  With a stiff cross field breeze slightly in their favour Ruan girls were on top from the start but failed to convert it to scores, only leading 0:2 to no score at halftime. However in the 2nd half, as space opened up Ruan got their scores going, winning 2:5 to 1:3. Well done to all the girls on an excellent performance. Fantastic effort, skills and determination was shown by the girls. 

Coaching Workshop.
Martin Fogarty, National Hurling Development Manager, is holding a workshop on Fri. 6th Oct., next from 7-9pm and Sat. 7th Oct. from 10.30am-12.30pm in Ruan G.A.A. Field and the adjoining school.  This workshop is open to all club Hurling and Camogie coaches, new and developing coaches, as well as people who are considering getting involved in coaching, from within and outside of the parish. 
It is hoped that all coaches will attend and anyone else interested will be welcome.  There is no charge for the workshop.

Clothes collection for Toonagh School.
The Parents Association of Toonagh School will hold a clothes collection to raise much needed funds for school activities on Thursday 5th Oct.  Old, clean clothes, bed linen (no duvets or pillows), curtains, towels, bags, belts, shoes will be welcome.
These may be left to Toonagh Hall from 9-10am, 1.45-3pm and 6.30-7pm on the day, or can be collected, if need be, any day before that by contacting Claire @ 0870547646.

Confirmation.
A talk for parents of children who will make their Confirmation next year will be held in Ruan Community Centre on Tue. 3rd Oct., at 8.00pm.

Seniors Alert Scheme.
This Pobal funded scheme encourages community support for vulnerable people in the community through the provision of personal monitored alarms, which enables older persons to continue to live securely in their homes with confidence, independence and peace of mind. Grants are available for the cost of the alarm installation through Pobal. The applicant is only responsible for payment of the annual monitoring charge. 
Contact Family Carers Ireland 065686651 who will have all the information.

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