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Bright GAC Notes
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AN injury-ravaged Bright team went to Dromara and got a well-earned point drawing with the home team 1-07 to 1-07. BJ McMenamin had a great game scoring an impressive 5 points.

Conor Doyle scored a grand 1-01 with Matthew Burns scoring the final point for Bright. Philly McGarry, Dee Sharvin and Tommy Fitzsimons defended strongly while Seamas Tumelty, Nicky O’Connor and Conor McAllister worked hard around the middle of the pairc. Training will be held on Thursday night at 7pm at Bright and the next game away to Bredagh is on Friday night.

Well done also to the Reserves who had a good win over Teconnaught in Round Two of this year’s East Down League Shield.

County Board Development Officer, Francie Toner, has identified refereeing opportunities which members may be interesting in pursuing. A Course has being scheduled for the end of the month of June and is a ‘Grab Your Whistle’ Level 1 Referees Course hosted by Antrim County Board co-ordinated by Ulster Council’ Sheena Kelly and Joe Lagan. This course is open to anyone over 16 years of age, and who is interested in becoming a Ladies Gaelic referee.

Participants are welcome from anywhere in Ulster. The course will run on Tues 21st, Thursday 23rd and Thursday 30th June from 7-10pm at St Gall’s clubrooms in Belfast. Participants must attend all 3 sessions. Anyone interested should contact Fionnuala Murphy on 07758262221to book your place.

The GAA distributes a monthly club newsletter via email with the intention of informing all clubs about activities and news. This is a very important method of communication which directly targets members with information that specifically relates to all areas of club activity, both on and off the field of play. If you are interested please email me at [email protected] and I will certainly add you to the mailing list.

Lotto numbers this week are 3, 12, 14 and 17. One £50 winner with three numbers. Next weeks jackpot will be £1050 and the draw will be held at the Minerstown Tavern.

The first order of Hoodies will be ready for collection at Bright Community Hall on Saturday 2nd July between 10am and 11am. Payment must be received before hoodies will be given out. A second order will be made soon so if anyone would like to order one please contact Ollie Burke on 07533563788.