Deepest Sympathies from Cordal GAA Club
Cordal GAA Club members wish to extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and Castleisland AFC on the death of Georgie O’Callaghan.
Georgie was a man who devoted his life to the community and to Castleisland AFC. He was an inspiration to us all for his hard work, dedication and love of sport and the community.
May he Rest in Peace.
Castleisland Co-Op Mart Junior Club Championship Round 3 Group 2. Cordal v. Cromane
Full time score in Cromane: Cordal 1-12 Cromane 0-12. Well done to Cordal on their win. Lispole won Group 2 with six points and Cordal came second with four points.
April Lotto in Hughes’ Bar on 28th.
The April Club Lotto Jackpot is an enticing €4,800. The takes place in Hughes Bar on Saturday, April 28th.
We have five €30 Lucky Dips to give away. Maurice Costello is in charge of this month’s Lotto.
As always you can get your Lotto tickets from our sellers from Kearney’s Post Office or at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear in Castleisland.
You can also go to www.cordalgaa.com to play the Club Lotto online. Please keep playing and supporting our Club Lotto. However you play, the Best of Luck from Cordal GAA!
Cordal v. St Michaels/Filmore – Cordal play St. Michaels/Filmore this Saturday at 7pm and will be travelling to the St. Michaels/Filmore match venue.
Cordal/Scart v. Laune Rangers – Cordal/Scart play Laune Rangers on this Friday at 7pm in Kilorglin.
Cordal/Scart v. Dr. Crokes
Cordal/Scart Minors took on Dr. Crokes last Friday in Cordal. Corda/Scart led two points at 0-06 to 0-04 at half time.
Full time saw both sides level at eleven apiece. Full time: Cordal/Scart 1-8 Dr. Crokes 0-11.
Cordal Community Centre will be hosting a beginners and refresher course on using a defibrillator. This is an invaluable skill to know and could save lives.
The course costs €10 and takes place next Thursday, April 26th. Contact Richard O’Donoghue at 087 2285653 or Enda Moroney at 086 1011339 if interested.
The Maine Valley Post has, is and always will be a free resource for the people of the locality and its wider diaspora. When we started in 2013, the intention was to be a weekly, online newsletter. Over time, the site has evolved into a much different beast with multiple updates on a daily basis.
Because of its nature as a digital publication, it brings with it certain expenses: computers and cameras that require updating and maintenance; internet hosting and access; to say nothing of the time and hard work that goes into the site. It all adds up…
Our online community has always been our greatest asset and a vocal supporter of the Maine Valley Post since day one.
Please take a moment to click on the link below to see how you can directly contribute to our continued growth and success. Thank you for taking the time……..John Reidy