W/E 25/09/2022

posted Sep 20, 2022, 3:25 PM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Sep 20, 2022, 3:26 PM ]
All roads lead to Tubber on Tuesday evening, Sept. 27, at 7.45pm, when Corofin/Ruan u17 academy B team takes on Bodyke/O'Callaghan's Mills in the final.​

Fun Run/Walk.
Scoil Muire Ruan is hosting what has now become its annual​ Fun​ Run/Walk​ on Thursday September 29, at 6pm. People of all fitness levels -or none- are welcome, even babies in buggies. Registration is from 5:00pm at the school. Registration​ forms may be had by contacting the school. Funds raised are used for school resources and all support is very welcome.

Camogie Champions.
The Ruan under​ 18 camogie team won the Minor B final on Saturday, Sept. 10, beating Broadford/Parteen, in a very exciting game played in Fr. McNamara Park. The cup was presented by Joe O’Donnell, Clare Camogie Chairman. The girls and their mentors were welcomed back, as they travelled through Toonagh and into Ruan, by a bonfire with supporters showing their appreciation for the hard work and dedication they’ve put in over the season.
The Junior C team played Eire Og in the semi final of the championship on Saturday, coming away victorious. The Junior A team played Inagh/Kilnamona on Sunday in the final round and they also came away with a win. With a final and semi-final to prepare for, the girls will be busy training in the build up to those gamesover the next few weeks.
Ciara Punch, Tara Moroney and Cliona Jones, who had played with the under 18s who took the Minor B title were out early on Sunday, Sept. 11, representing their Club with Clare Camogie. They were divided up between two Clare teams, one of which took home the Division 2 title in a game in Kilkenny. The other game was played in Abbotstown, Dublin. Despite having played on the Saturday, the girls did the local club proud, playing their games with great enthusiasm in terrible weather conditions.

Cash for Clobber.
Toonagh N.S. Parents Association is holding a 'cash for clobber' clothes collection on Friday October 14 in Toonagh Hall. As in the past, bags of clothes, shoes, bags, bed linen, towels, curtains (no duvets, pillows or cushions) may be dropped off at the school or hall. Monies raised in this way help fund vital resources at Toonagh N.S.