May Mona Newsletter

_____________May St Kevins News___________


Football Training

Training going ahead with good turnout. The Minors finished their league games. The Intermediate team started their league winning their first 2 games and were unlucky with their game against Raheen and Maynooth. The Intermediate B teams league started in Monday 19th April with a good win over Robertstown. This weeks fixture is St. Kevin’s V Maynooth in the Joe Ryan Cup on Wednesday 28th April.

The u/age games have started with the U/13’s beating Cappagh. The U/12’s have won both their games.

The Building Project is going well. Life Membership is coming on, in a steady basis. (More always welcome).


Golf Classic

A Golf Classic will be held on Friday 28th May in Woodlands Golf Club. It will be a 4 Ball Scramble, with great prizes for the winners including 14" Colour Televisions, Micro C.D. Players, Portable C.D. Players. There will be music and craic in the pavilion on the night, with the presentation of the prizes.


Local Lotto
The "Lotto" now stands at 2,700.00. You can try your luck every Monday night. Nice prize to win for a 1. ticket.


The Social Committee
Our players "Social Committee" are doing great work. Already they have had a trip to "Shelbourne Park" for the Saturday night dog racing. A great night was had by all. There are now in the process of running a raffle, with the First Prize being a Framed Photograph of the Leinster Champions. There are also many, many more prizes.


Drugs Awareness meeting.

On Wednesday 14th April, Garda Martin Caine and Frank Glynn, Youth Laison Officers for Naas and Kildare Area, gave a very useful talk on the problem of Drug Use and Abuse in our society. The information imparted by these Guards was very practical and useful for everyone. Especially parents and anyone involved with the welfare of young people. Unfortunately, only a small number of people attended this talk. It was felt by the people who had attended the meeting that we should organise it again and that we should make a grater effort, to get more people to attend it. Thanks to St, Kevin’s GAA for the use of the premises for the meeting and thanks to the Guards for speaking at the meeting. Thanks also, to the small number of concerned people, who attended the meeting.



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