Anyone who wishes to collect tickets give me a call, otherwise I will take them to the Nov 16th meeting.
For those wishing to book taxis -doors open at 7pm /meals served at 7-30/Show ends at midnight.

8 comments for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Thanks Trev. And once again – many thanks for organising this for us.

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    I play for the sunday mens team and wish to thank everyone at the club a much earned thank you, thanks for making the evening a very good one, thank you all involved in organising. Myself and the fiancee had a great evening and look forward with anticipation to the next sporting dinner, give yourselves a big and much deserved pat on the back, and thank you for the opportunity to meet a real legend of the game

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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Paul – that’s a great comment which Trevor as the organiser deserves! Sounds like we need to organise another one! Over to you Trev!!

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    sounds good keith, will hope to be kept informed, am looking at the may dinner with nobby stiles and gordon banks,

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    Phil McGuinness

    Can I add the thanks of the Saturday mens team as well please Trevor/Keith. A great night was had by all and we would definitely be interested in any others that are organised. Well done chaps!

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    well said phil

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    trevor smith

    Thanks for the positive comments,into the bargain our share of the evenings fundraising from heads/tails, Irish bingo and auction was over £300,this will go to our land account fund.As soon as next years list is available lets do it again then!!
    Thanks for your support T.S.

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    no worries trev and once again well done and thank you

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