St Clarets GFC Club Notes

St Clarets GFC Club Notes

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St Clarets GFC Club Notes

May 16, 2016

Well done to our senior team who returned to Division 2 with a 1-12 to 0-10 win over Neasden Gaels in Colindale on Sunday.
The team was: Gerry Lynott, Lawrence Weir, Matthew Healy, Padraig Donegan, Ronan Gaughan, Aidan Donaghy, Matt Killeen, Sean Killeen, Paddy Donaghy, Pat Lynott, John O'Connor, Paul Keenan, Ryan O'Connell, Eammonn Hughes, Tomás Gilmore.
Subs: Luke Kelly, Cormac Fitzpatrick, Stephen Donoghue
We face Tara in the Preliminary Junior Championship replay on Tuesday 17th May. This takes place at Northolt Rugby Club, Cayton Road, Greenford, UB6 8BJ. Throw in 7.15pm
Our second round league game takes place next Wednesday 25th May against Heston Gaels at Wormwood Scrubs, 7.15pm throw in.  The address is Artillery Way (off Du Cane Road), Wormwood Scrubs, London W12 ODF. 
There is no senior training on Tuesday due to the fixture against Tara. Training continues on Thursday in Uxbridge.
Youth training continues on Wednesday from 7pm at Kingshill Avenue.
We held our 15th Annual Golf Day on Friday. Yet again we were lucky to host it on such a fine day and we'd like to thank everyone who sponsored us. This is our main fundraiser of the year and yet again it was a successful day. We'd also like to thank all of those of turned up to play as well as Stockley Pines Gold Club for allowing us use of their facilities. St Clarets would struggle without the continued support of the people behind it. Full results will be published shortly. 

Thanks to A P Taylor Trust

St Clarets GFC were recently the recipients of a £1000 donation from the Board of Trustees of the A P Taylor Trust, a charitable organisation in the Hayes area. 

The A P Taylor Trust was founded before the High Court of Justice on 16th July 1969 from the estate of the late Albert Palmer Taylor. It was registered as a Charity with the Charity Commission under number 260741 on 2nd July 1970. 

Each year the annual income of the Trust is applied at the discretion of the Trustees in such manner as they think, with the object of improving the conditions of life and also to contribute towards the recreational or leisure time occupations of the inhabitants of the Parishes of Hayes and Harlington (as they existed on 9th January 1952), without distinction of political religious or other opinion. 

The award to St Clarets GFC was in recognition of the excellent work that the club has carried out over the past 40 years in helping to support and promote sporting activity among the local community. 

The funds will be used to continue this work in the coming years and help to keep our traditions alive. 

You can find out more about the Trust by visiting A P Taylor Trust