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Tulla hurling club’s AGM was held recently in the courthouse where outgoing chairman, Declan Hogan presided. The minutes of last year’s AGM were read before secretary Noel Mulconroy gave a detailed account of the club’s activities over the past year. Treasurer Ray McInerney presented details of the club accounts, while minor club chairman, Gerry Lynch also addressed the meeting.
The chairman acknowledged all those who helped out with the running of the club over the past year.
The following officers were elected: president, Charles Murphy; vice president, Willie Boland; chairman, Declan Hogan; vice-chairman, Jim McInerney; secretary, Noel Mulconroy; assistant secretary, Dave Moloney; county board delegate, Thomas Hogan; Irish officer, Dave Moloney; PRO, Brian Culloo.
The meeting agreed that membership would remain the same as last year and that only fully paid up members would be entitled to avail of club facilities. Team management for 2010 are to be put in place in the coming weeks.

There was a big attendance at the annual general meeting of Ruan GAA club. In his address, chairman Fintan Cotter remembered former chairman Liam Ballinger who passed away during the year while in office. The intermediate team and management were congratulated on winning the league title and the minor club’ efforts were also praised.
Secretary Emer O’Halloran gave a comprehensive account of the club’s activities in 2009, while treasurer Willie Lynch presented a detailed account of the club’s finances.
Intermediate team manager Pat Meaney addresses the players and all involved with the team during the year under review, while Cyril Lyons and the Clare U-21 hurling successes was also acknowledged.
The following officers were elected: presidents, Jimmy Smyth, Fr Tom Burke, Michael Considine; vice president, Fr Pat O’Neill; chairman, Fintan Cotter; secretary, Emer O’Halloran; assistant secretary, Patricia Lynch; treasurer, John O’Sullivan; assistant treasurer, Gary Bell; PRO, Ger Lyons; assistant PRO, Gearóid Roughan; registrars, Niall O’Connor and Willie Lynch; Irish and cultural officer. Donal Ó hAinifein; youth officer, Mary O’Brien; Féile officer, Christy O’Connor.

The reconvened annual meeting of Ennistymon football club was held at the weekend when the following officers were appointed: chairman, Gerry Reidy; vice chairman, John Fawl; treasurer, Christy McCaw; assistant treasurer, Donie O’Shea; secretary, John McInerney; assistant secretary, Laurence Healy; joint PRO, Criostoir McCaw and Cathal Mc Donagh; child protection officer, Micheál Vaughan; youth officer, Conor Fitzgerald; lotto co-ordinator, Christy McCaw.

Secretary Jacko Cleary presented a detailed report of the season’s activities to members attending the annual general meeting of Kildysart GAA club on Friday last at the community centre.
Chairman Tom Kelly outlined to the large gathering the work being put in by players, mentors and fellow officers while treasurer Stephen Reynolds gave a detailed outline on the club’s financial position.
The meeting agreed that winning the intermediate title in 2010 will be a priority and it was also agreed to continue to develop the amalgamation with neighbours Coolmeen in the U-14 to U-21 age groups.
It was also agreed to continue upgrading facilities at the club’s pitch.
Jacko Cleary will continue as intermediate team manager while Tommy Clancy and Joe Moloney have joined Ger Finnucane in looking after the junior team.
Noel McMahon has joined the U-21 selection committee and Kevin Kelly has joined the U-12 management. The remaining management teams are unchanged.
The following officers were elected: Patron, Fr Neil Dargan; president, James Cleary; vice presidents, Micko Moloney, Paddy Moloney; chairman, Tom Kelly; vice-chairman, John Meade; secretary, Jacko Cleary; assistant secretary, Sheila Cleary; treasurer, Stephen Reynolds; assistant treasurer, Tricia Donnellan; lotto manager, Martin Carigg; PRO, JT Kavanagh; county board delegates, Paddy Moloney, John Meade, JT Kavanagh; Bord na nÓg delegate, Niall Guinnane; Irish officer, Cyril Kelly.

Kilrush Shamrocks AGM
The AGM of Kilrush Shamrocks took place last Sunday at the newly renovated clubhouse.
Aidan Daly will again be in charge of the Kilrush senior team, along with Daniel Ryan, Liam O’Looney and Tommy Fitzpatrick.
The following officers were elected: life president, Owen Meaney; president, Fr Michael Sheedy; vice presidents, Richard Maguire, Mick Lane and Matt Fitzpatrick; chairman, Anthony O’Connor; secretary, Mary Cussen; assistant secretary, Dermot Mahony; treasurer, Seán Lyons; assistant treasurer, Richard Maguire; PRO, David O’Shea; county board delegates, Colm Browne and Mary Cussen; Irish officer, Peadar McMahon; youth officer, Noel Ryan; field committee chairman, Martin O’Shea; registrar, Alan Daly; junior team management, Dermot Mahony and Paddy Cleary.
It is proposed that minor and senior team management will combine to oversee the U-21 team.

Shannon Gaels AGM
The Shannon Gaels AGM was held last Friday night in the clubhouse. Eamon Keane and Joe Markham were returned as chairman and treasurer respectively, while David O’ Connell succeeds David Neylon as club secretary.
Noel Kennedy was elected chairman of the field committee, while Brian Bermingham will fill the same role with the underage committee. Peter O’Connell (manager) and Michael Crehan will be in charge of the senior team and will be seeking additional selectors.
The executive is as follows: chairman, Eamon Keane; vice chairman, Noel Kennedy; secretary: David O’Connell; assistant secretary and registrar, Padraig Neylon; treasurer, Joe Markham; minor committee chairman, Brian Bermingham; PRO, Peter O’Connell; Irish officer, Tomás Madigan; lotto co-ordinator, Peter O’Brien, county board delegate, Paudie Neylon.

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