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Creggs Rugby end-of-season American Tea Party this Friday night

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Creggs Rugby Club is have a big end-of-season “American Tea Party” night in the clubhouse on Friday, April 26th, kicking-off at 8.30.

The idea of this style of tea party is that everyone brings along their own food and drinks to their table, and also bring a few friends if possible. Music & entertainment will be provided by the the Club.

The cost is a reasonable €10 per person and a great night is promised. It is also an ideal opportunity for parents of Youth and Mini Rugby players to come and enjoy themselves.

There will also be presentations on the night, including to recent Club Persons of the Year – Catriona Glennon, Berney Higgins and Dave Purcell.

For further details on the Creggs rugby end of season ‘American Tea Party’, and to update on tables, please contact Nigel Glennon at 086 836 5169 or Berney Higgins, at 086 2592282.

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Well done to the Creggs U16 and Creggs U18 Girls teams who have both qualified for the Final of the Connacht U18 and U16 Girls Division 1 Leagues.

Fantastic achievement for the club in our first year fielding in Division 1 of the U18 league and only our 4th season since we set up the girls youth section in the club.

The Girls u18 final will take place in Dunmore next Saturday at 12pm V Claremorris while the Girls u16 Final will take place the following weekend against Ballina.
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