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Club Notes – 8 February 2018

Registration and Membership
Registration /membership fees must be paid in the coming weeks. This is particularly crucial for playing members from all age groups from Under 8 to Senior in both football and hurling. A decision has been made that if a player has not paid his registration fee, he cannot play or train, and with training sessions now starting in both football and hurling, players are reminded they are not covered by the Players Injury Scheme unless paid up for 2018. The new registration fees are as follows: Adult membership €75 each. (€50 for students/unwaged, but remember that full contributors to the Clontibret Our Future Fund receive automatic membership). Juveniles: €50 each, but where parents are contributors to Clontibret Our Future its €25 per child. All prospective and existing club members must now fill in a membership form as authorised by Croke Park and these will be distributes and collected in the coming weeks. A Juvenile Registration evening will be held in a few weeks’ time but meanwhile all adult players in both Football and Hurling must sign up before taking part in any training. Membership forms and fees will be accepted by Club registrar Margaret Walsh ( or any member of the Club Executive

Clontibret Our Future
Anyone who hasn’t yet made their 2018 contribution to our Clontibret Our Future Development Fund should do so immediately as funding is urgently needed as we gear up to start development work on McCully’s Field. While some funding has been received from the Sports Capital Programme it will only go so far and must be matched by our own contribution. It’s for our future, so let’s get on with it and do it right now.

Allianz Football League
Good to see three Clontibret men on the field in Newbridge on Sunday last as Monaghan claimed their first league points at the expense of Kildare. Conor Boyle who has starred at full back since the season began was joined on the pitch during the second half by both Dessie Mone and Conor McManus, with all three making a significant contribution to Monaghan’s one point win. Next Sunday it’s Kerry in Inniskeen at 2pm.

Remembering Past Members
Don’t forget Mass for the deceased members of the club is on Saturday night 17th February. As many club and family members as possible, are asked to attend.

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