Clodiagh Gaels - Killeigh Parish

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Clodiagh Gaels
Champions 2018
Junior A Football

Clodiagh Gaels Club Notes
12/11/2018

Fundraising
Clodiagh Gaels are having a bag packing day in Dunnes Stores in the Bridge Centre on Friday 16th of November. Slots from 10-12, 12-2, 2-4, 4-6 and 6-8 are available. If you are interested in helping us out you can contact Martina Larkin Gorman on 0852833117 to arrange a slot that suits you. Two more bag packing dates have been set for the 7th and 8th of December. We would appreciate if you could help us in this fundraiser and make it a success.

Club Shop
We have a club shop on the O'Neills sports website where you can purchase all the latest club merchandise. To find the clothing just type "Clodiagh Gaels" into the search bar on the O'Neills website and all the club merchandise will be available to purchase.

Notes for Inclusion
Anybody wishing to include items in the weekly Clodiagh Gaels GAA notes can do so by emailing gaelsclodiagh@yahoo.ie or texting 0877684671 before 7pm on Sunday evenings. Please follow Clodiagh Gaels on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest club news.


THE CELTIC TRINITY IS AN ANCIENT CELTIC SYMBOL OF UNITY AND STRENGTH TOGETHER
THE THREE POINTS OF THE SYMBOL REPRESENTS KILLEIGH, KILLURIN AND CLODIAGH GAELS
THE CROSS AT THE TOP TO CELEBRATE THE RICH HISTORY OF RELIGIOUS FOLLOWING THROUGH THE FRANCISCAN ABBEY IN KILLEIGH AND BISHOP WILLIAM QUARTER IN KILLURIN
THE TOWER OF MULLAGH HILL AND CHURCH RUINS TO SYMBOLISE THE KILLURIN HERITAGE
THE OAK TREE IN THE VALLEY TO SYMBOLISE THE KILLEIGH HERITAGE
THE RIVER CLODIAGH IS THE RIVER FROM WHICH THE NEW CLUB DERIVES ITS NAME
THE HURLEYS AND FOOTBALLS SIGNIFY THE CODES IN WHICH WE WILL COMPETE



THE CELTIC TRINITY IS AN ANCIENT CELTIC SYMBOL OF UNITY AND STRENGTH TOGETHER
THE THREE POINTS OF THE SYMBOL REPRESENTS KILLEIGH, KILLURIN AND CLODIAGH GAELS
THE CROSS AT THE TOP TO CELEBRATE THE RICH HISTORY OF RELIGIOUS FOLLOWING THROUGH THE FRANCISCAN ABBEY IN KILLEIGH AND BISHOP WILLIAM QUARTER IN KILLURIN
THE TOWER OF MULLAGH HILL AND CHURCH RUINS TO SYMBOLISE THE KILLURIN HERITAGE
THE OAK TREE IN THE VALLEY TO SYMBOLISE THE KILLEIGH HERITAGE
THE RIVER CLODIAGH IS THE RIVER FROM WHICH THE NEW CLUB DERIVES ITS NAME
THE HURLEYS AND FOOTBALLS SIGNIFY THE CODES IN WHICH WE WILL COMPETE

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