CHURCH GATE COLLECTION
St. Fintan’s Gaels Juveniles wish to thank all who supported their recent church gate collection. Your support is greatly appreciated.
ST FINTAN’S CAMOGIE CLUB
St Fintan’s Camogie Club are holding their annual general meeting on Sunday, February 17 at 12 noon in Colt GAA clubhouse. New members are always welcome. The clubs bonus ball draw continues every week from Mrs Dunne’s shop please support.
OPEN DOOR THEATRE
Laois Open Door Theatre presents “It runs in the family” a comedy by Ray Cooney in the Dunamaise Arts Centre on Friday and Saturday, March 8 and 9 at 8 pm. Bookings at 057 83663355 or online at www.dunamaise.ie. All Laois Open Door Theatre enquiries to Kevin at 087 9614235.
Laois senior scór final take place in Timahoe on Friday, February 22. Anyone interested in representing Colt GAA club in music, song, dance, comedy or recitation contact Kevin at 087 9614235. The Johnny Hearns perpetual cup will be presented to the winner of the solo song competition.
One winner: Arran McGowan. Numbers drawn: 8– 9 – 11. 4 x €20: Barry McGill, Ben & Tara Murray, Orla Dunne & Ann Tynan. Next week’s jackpot: €300.
Top score: PJ Cahill & Rose Cunningham. First lady: Catherine Galvin. Second lady: Maura McQuillan & Noreen Ní Naighin. First gent: Tom Lalor. Second gent: Des Finnamore. First half: Frank Fogarty. Second half: Michael O’Sullivan. Consolation: Mary Delaney, Ciarán Breen & Mary McCabe. Juvenile: Killian Breen. Raffle: Paddy Carter, Nora Breen, Michael O’Sullivan, John Culleton & Bernie Cahill.
Top score: Damien Carter & John Fitzpatrick. First lady: Teresa Mulhare. Second lady: Bridie Langton. First gent: Dennis Carter. Second gent: Louise Kavanagh & Jimmy Ryan. First quarter: Mary Quigley. Second quarter: Catherine Martin. Third quarter: Des Finnamore. Fourth quarter: Padraig Dowling. Best of 3: Donal Bowe & PJ Cahill. Raffle: Michael Kennedy, Paddy Carter, Dennis Carter, Nora Carroll & Billy Carter.