Easter Saturday 20th April
Carrigtwohill Camogie certainly reached new heights today, with fun training sessions, Easter Egg hunts, our Annual Easter hamper raffle and our mascot design winner revealed, it was a busy and fun couple of hours at the pitch today, under beautiful blue skies.
Firstly we have to say a huge Congrats to Eva Culley who was the winner of our ‘Design a Club Mascot competition’. Her drawing was chosen by Róisín from Fota Wildlife Park who was very impressed by the standard of entries. The winning picture was chosen for it’s fantastic motto ‘Carrigtwohill Camogie is reaching new heights’ and the amazing giraffe drawing which was very very lifelike. Natasha presented Eva with a framed copy of her drawing, a 20×20.ie t-shirt and a voucher from Fota Wildlife Park. We plan to source someone to replicate the drawing into an actual plush toy which will be used as our Club Mascot going forward.
Many many thanks to all the entrants who were all presented with a small token from the club as a thank you for taking part. The 4 overall Finalists –
Sarah Bernard, Cate O’Connell, Róisín Murphy, Eva Culley – won a family Day Pass voucher to Fota Wildlife Park. Huge thanks to Róisín who had the difficult task of choosing the Finalists.
Our Annual Easter Hamper raffle is becoming a strong tradition for the Camogie Club and this year was another success. Thank you to all the parents and children for coming out once again in strong support. It is always nice to take a bit of time after training to chat to parents – not much tea or coffees being poured today with the lovely heat!
Big Congrats to Leah Ribu who won the main prize of the massive Easter Egg. A dozen smaller eggs were also won by various girls in the club and all the kids got plenty of treats, fruit and juices while the raffle was going on.
In the end, €371 was raised through the raffle which goes towards the general running of the club. THANK YOU ALL
And Easter Saturday would not be the same without our younger stars taking part in Easter themes fun drills, games and of course an Easter egg hunt and our 10s playing a Challenge match against Erins Own who were very good to come down to us today. Even our older U12s went away with an Easter egg each after their training session.
Happy Easter to all our stars, coaches, parents and members.