The club opened our league campaign last week against The Rock with a win under the management of Mick Moore and his team. Hard luck to Conor Whelehan and his Laois Teamates last wednesday night in the Under 21 semi final. Training continues and the hurling league will commence shortly.
ST PATRICK’S DAY PARADE
Well done all who attended and supported the St Patrick’s day parade in the Village. The parade was themed on the History of Timahoe GAA. It was proven that the Club existed in 1888, which is a great achievement for a rural club like ours and the great players and officers we produced down the years. A big thanks to all for partaking in the parade.
We took part in the local parade and enjoyed our participation. The club continues as normal.
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The Swan Hall Development Association, in conjunction with Wolfhill Athletic F.C., are hosting a table quiz on Friday 31st March in the Swan Inn. This annual event is organised as a fundraiser to support local projects and sporting events in the area. Your support will be greatly appreciated. You can do so by organising a table, sponsoring prizes, selling tickets, etc. Now is the time to plan the composition of your team – this quiz will be keenly contested! Refreshments will be served on the night. Further details from John on 087-9027560 and Aidan on 086-8047343.
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