McCurtains’ hurlers go for national glory

PUBLISHED: 13:00 08 November 2018

The Thomas McCurtains' hurling team face the camera (pic: Thomas McCurtains GAA)

The Thomas McCurtains' hurling team face the camera (pic: Thomas McCurtains GAA)


The latest news from the Thomas McCurtains GAA club

Thomas McCurtains’ hurling team go for national glory on Sunday when they face John Mitchells in the final of the All-Britain Junior Club Championship.

The Goodmayes club will tackle their Birmingham rivals in the final at Radlett Road in Watford at 1.30pm.

The club’s women’s football team, meanwhile, elected Jimmy Sheridan as president during their recent annual general meeting.

Finnian O’Dowd was elected chairperson, with his assistant chairperson being Katie Hayes.

The role of secretary will be filled by Eoin Kelly, who will be assisted in the position by Catherine Barrett.

Aoife Kelly was elected to the role of public relations officer, with Aoife O’Riordan selected as her assistant.

Avril Killkelly will take on the role of social secretary, with the social team comprising of Sinead Daly, Shona Roche, Kathryn Canavan, Claire Costello and Belen Douton.

The safeguarding contacts for the next year will be Jim McDermott and Yvonne Kilroy.

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