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ULSTER FINAL SUPPORTER ARRANGEMENTS 29 October 2006

The Club are again running a supporters bus to Clones on Sun 5th Nov for the Ulster Final.

Anyone wishing to travel on the bus must first purchase a ticket (£5) as we need exact numbers to make booking arrangements.


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BUS TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW (Mon 30th Oct) AT CLUB AFTER LOTTO - 7:30PM, OR CONTACT HARRY GRAHAM / SEAMUS MAGEE FOR TICKETS.

Win (hopefully), lose or draw, there will also be a reception in O'Neill Arms, Toome at 7:30pm. Anyone who wants to join the team for a carvery meal can arrange to do so by giving your names to Danny O'Neill.

There will also be music provided afterwards - everyone welcome.

Cost of meal (Carvery main course)

Adult: £10

U12: £7

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