Galway Camogie are hosting a fundraising golf classic in Athenry Golf Club from Thursday 3rd September to Saturday 5th September.

This three ball scramble event has been a popular competition over the last few years and all money raised will go towards the Galway senior camogie team's preparation ahead of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Final against Cork on Sunday, September 13th.

The tee times are Thursday (3pm-4pm), Friday (2.30pm-4.30pm) and Saturday (9.30am-12.30pm) and there will be prizes for best camogie teams, best ladies, and best teams with official/non-official GUI handicaps.
Entry fees for teams are just €90 while tee boxes can be sponsored for just €50. If you know of anyone interested, please let them know about this special event. All support will be greatly appreciated.
If you require any further information, please contact Mixie Donohue (087-2456334), Angela Moran (087-9604564) or Ann Fahy (087-6220733).





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