Our Junior Reserves have their first outing of the year at home on Saturday 2nd March @ 4.30pm against Clontibret. Our Senior Reserves are away to Clontibret on Sunday 3rd March @ 2.00pm.
Stars in their Eyes
As its only a couple of weeks away and people might be trying to figure out who will be the designated driver, why not give Eamon McEntee a call. Eamon will be providing transport to and from the “Stars in their Eyes” event in the Complex on Sunday March 17th. Booking is essential as seats will fill up very fast. Eamon will tell you the cost when you book. Contact Eamon directly on 086 817 0966.
Why not pop into the Complex this Sunday 3rd March between 9.30am and 1.00pm for some delicious pancakes and a bit of a chat. There will be plenty of tea, coffee, Pancakes and Scones (for those that don’t like pancakes). Please note time change – it is now 9.30am – 1.00pm.
For any of you that like a nice clean car, but don’t necessarily have the time to do it yourself, why not pop down to Kilmore on Saturday 2nd March 9am-2pm where the Scotstown ladies will help you out with their “Holy Water Car Wash” by “Washing the hell out of your car”!!
Ben Beggan is running a Texas Holdem Poker Classic in Moynas on Friday March 8th commencing at 9pm sharp in aid of Scotstown CFC and in association with “Stars in their Eyes”. Everyone is welcome.
U16 Girls Football
To all girls interested in playing U16 football this year there is a training session in Kilmore this Saturday 2nd March @ 10am. All welcome.
Make your Ceili
Don’t forget to keep Making your Ceili – its still going strong. Just remember, loneliness can be terrible and people, in general, love to see someone calling.
Scotstown Camogie are regrouping on Saturday night (2nd March) in the Sliabh Beagh for Presentation of Intermediate Championship Medals which they won 24 years ago !! The medals rested in a home in the village all these years and now they are going to their rightful owners.
Evelyn Boylan & Padraig Columb