Lanesboro Ballyleague notes Monday 14th November 2021

Lanesboro Ballyleague notes

Community College Open Night Thursday

Lanesboro Community College has just announced enrolment for the school year 2023 is now open.

Lanesboro Community College continues to grow and go from strength to strength such is the quality of the teaching and academic success. Last year the college had its largest influx of first year students and they have been given permission for building a further seven rooms on the school site such is the demand for places in the school. Accommodating this new influx means more rooms are necessary for the growth of the college. Application forms and further information can be got by contacting the school secretary at by phoning 043 33 21139 or from the college website

An ‘Open Night’ will take place at the Lanesboro Community College on this Thursday 17th November from 7pm to 9pm.


When one moves to a new community it takes some time to bed in and get to know the locals. This was not the case with Liam Furlong who came to Lanesboro along with his wife Ann when they bought Kiernan’s house on the Longford Road. Liam, suddenly, passed away at his residence in Aughamore on Tuesday last 8th November to the great shock and sorrow of everyone that knew him. This past 13 months Liam had suffered greatly with the death of his wife not 13 months ago, his brother Seamus in July and his sister Mary in September. He was also predeceased by his parents Patrick and Anastasia and his brothers and sisters, John, Margaret, Teresa, Danny, and Thomas. Liam was a very proud native of County Wexford – no week went by without him buying his local Wexford People. He was a well travelled man through his time in the Irish Army where he was recognised as an excellent soldier rapidly rising the ranks to sergeant. Liam was a man with a word for everyone, a true and loyal friend. While himself and Ann were not blessed with family he was a brilliant family man as was clear to be seen and heard from the great expressions of grief from his nephews, nieces and in-laws. Liam will be remembered for his great pride in the garden whether it was vegetables or flowers. He always had the humorous word he was never slow to tell a joke on himself. He loved nothing more that the bit of banter and the community will be much the poorer by his absence. A man that had a deep faith and he was a regular mass goer. Liam had a great interest in politics and never afraid to nail his colours to the mast. We will miss Liam but will always have a smile on our face when we think of Liam and his banter. He was a very honourable and respectful man with a great degree of honesty and fair play. May his happy heart rest in peace.

Liam’s remains reposed at his residence until his removal on Friday to St. Mary’s Church for his Requiem Mass before being laid to rest alongside his beloved Ann.

To his brothers Padge and Gussy, sisters Bridget, Isobel and Kitty, nieces, nephews, relatives and many many friends we extend our deepest sympathy.

Talented Sisters Exhibition

Souvenirs from the Flatlands is an Art Exhibition taking place in the old Providers building on Main Street Longford from Saturday 26th November until Tuesday 29th November. The exhibition will be open each day from 12pm to 5pm. The exhibition will officially open on Friday 25th November at 7pm.

 This exhibition is collaboration between local sisters and renowned artists Emily and Grace Brennan daughters of Pat and Liz Brennan Lismacmanus. Both ladies have gained tremendous notoriety in the world of art for their excellent works.

Emily is a visual artist from BKB Visual Art Studio in Glasnevin which she set up with two friends and now hosts a number of artists. She recently accepted a place in the Cultural Policy and Art Management Masters course in UCD.

Younger sister Grace graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2020. The quality of her work on Irish boglands cultural and environmental significance through the idea of land memory was greatly acclaimed and at the online graduation exhibition she sold four magnificent paintings thus enabling her to rent her own studio. Grace has continued to grow and her work is greatly acclaimed.

The exhibition in Longford is a must for everyone to visit. We wish the girls huge success in Longford with Souvenirs from the Flatlands.

Cloontuskert NS Presents

Cloontuskert National School hosts Roscommon Solstice Choir along with Cloontuskert National School pupils in a concert in Ballagh Church on Friday 9th December  at 8pm. Doors will open at 7.30pm and tickets cost €15. Tickets can be booked by phoning 087 9185446, 086 3426537 or from any parent of the school children.

Primary School project on Power Station

With the imminent taking down of Lanesboro Power Station, the pupils of Lanesboro National School who existed in the shadow of the station for the lifetime of the different stages of the stations are undertaking a project and they need your assistance.

Lanesboro NS in association with Creative Schools, the Arts Council Dublin, and Shuttermaniac Productions Lanesboro are looking for ESB-related anecdotes in order to produce an engaging short film as part of a Creative Schools Film Project. Perhaps there’s an endearing or funny story that you or a relative or neighbour remember at their time in and around the ESB. 

The kids at Lanesboro will be presenting this story on film so please keep it short and entertaining if possible.

If you think you do have a wee anecdotal nugget, please get in touch with Lee Williamson, Claire Murphy or Niamh Rowan in Lanesborough NS.

Not only will this be a school project but also a part of history of what stood in Lanesboro and gave so much employment since the mid 50s.


Congratulations to the Fermoyle NS football team who won the Division 2 Mixed League Final in Michael Fay Park, Farneyhoogan on Thursday evening last.

Table Quiz Deferred

The Lanesboro Tidy Towns group have deferred their Table Quiz scheduled for this Friday night in the Yacht Bar until the New Year. This was done as it clashed with the Fermoyle NS Table Quiz on Friday night.

Lanesboro Community Games

The AGM for Lanesboro Community Games was cancelled last Thursday due to the local schools football final competition in Longford. The meeting is rescheduled for Thursday 24th November 2022 at 8 p.m. in St Mary’s Hall. The committee is looking forward to a good attendance.

Congratulations to Fermoyle Nation School on their great victory

Award Winning

Congratulations to Lough Ree Distillery who took home three awards from the Irish Whiskey Awards on Friday night last.

The Zesty Citrus Vodka retained the title of Best Irish Vodka while Sling Shot Gin and The Bridge –Killinure Single Grain Whiskey won Gold Medals.

This was a fabulous achievement for the Lough Ree Distillery, the Clancy family and the two Mikes for their tremendous work.

This is a tremendous recognition for the inventiveness of Clancy family and their continued development.

Great Weekend

Lanesboro Triathlon Club travelled in large numbers to Westport last weekend for the annual and challenging Westport Sea2Summit. There were some outstanding performances along the way and all enjoyed what was a great weekend.

Line Dancing Classes

One of the most striking things at country dances is the growth of Line Dancing.

 You now have the opportunity to get into Line Dancing with classes in the Quad Centre on the Circular Road Roscommon every Sunday evening at 6pm. Christopher Beirne the renowned Line Dance tutor will ensure that you will be soon in step and enjoying the phenomenon that is Line Dancing. There is absolutely no better way to get pleasure from a winter evening than learning and enjoying Line Dancing.

Killian Home Place

Last Wednesday night the RTÉ programme Nationwide featured the Killian homestead in Fermoyle. A number of years ago Joan Killian Gallagher along with her husband Chris Clarke went about buying the old family homestead. The buildings were almost in ruins but with much time and loving care they brought the cottages back from the dead and restored them to the highest quality. The pride on Joan’s face as she recounted the family history was clear to be seen and her dedication to the project was clear to be seen.

Since the cottages were done up Joan has, every June Bank Holiday weekend, entertained the Notre Dame University students learning in Ireland in Fermoyle and without exception it has become a feature that all students look forward to their trip to Fermoyle.

The work done is a credit to Joan and Chris and it truly enhances our community and will do so for many years to come.

If you missed the programme on Wednesday night last you can watch it back on the RTÉ player and it is really is essential watching.

Shannon rising

So early in the winter the height of the Shannon water is incredible. The torrential rainfall ofver the past few weeks has the water level so high that it has cut off some of the walking routes for the great number of walkers in the community.

Hopefully the rainfall will come to a stop soon and the water abates reopening the walking routes.

Better Estate Award

Congratulations to Knock Manor who were announced in second place in the Longford Council Estates awards recently. This is a great credit to the committee and the residents for the hard work done in this new estate.

Rapid Response Meeting

Roscommon Rapid Response is holding public meetings throughout the county to inform community members and defibrillator groups about the Community Emergency Response System. 

We will also provide groups with a map of their defibrillator locations which will enable them to identify black spots and a draft outline of a proposal for Grant Aid.

The Community Response System enables a 4/5 minute medical response (quality CPR & Defibrillation) for Cardiac Arrest victims in your community. This 4/5 minute response time has been proven by medical research to achieve up to 75% survival rate for cardiac arrest victims.

The current survival rate in Ireland is 5%. We can save lives in every community throughout Co. Roscommon with a very simple community emergency response system. 

Go to  and download the EmCall App to your phone for free.

Please attend the meeting in Ballyleague/Lanesboro – Ballyleague Hall on this Wednesday 16th November 2022 at 8.30 p.m. sharp. The meeting will last one hour. Individuals or Groups can, after meeting, discuss their individual issues.


Community Emergency Response System – Cardiac Arrest

EmCall App report

Map of Defibrillator locations for Groups

Grant Aid Proposal – Black Spots in the County? Replacement AEDs?

Training for C.P.R.

Employment Investment Incentive Scheme – Community Fund

Community Emergency Response Systems Cost

Lanesboro Primary School Enrolment

Lanesborough Primary School is now accepting enrolments for September 2023. Please email the school at  for an enrolment form. Alternatively you can phone the Principal at 0433321545.

Annual Mass

This year the Annual Mass for deceased staff members of ESB Lanesborough will be held in the Parish Hall on this Thursday 17th November at 8pm.

Fermoyle National School

Fermoyle National School is now open for enrolment for the year 2023/2024.

Please contact the office at 043-3321959 or email the school at for enrolment forms. 

Church Services

The Services for the Roscommon group of Parishes during the month of November are: Sunday 20th in St. Coman’s Church, Roscommon there will be Holy Communion Service with Dean Gerald Field at 11.30am. Sunday 27th November – First Sunday of Advent, there will be a Service of Holy Communion in St. John’s Church, Lanesboro at 11.30am.

Lough Ree AC-Connaught Cross Country Championships

Normally the venue for leading trainers and jockeys in Ireland in both Flat and National Hunt Racing, Roscommon Racecourse last Sunday became the venue for the Connaught Cross Country Championship for the uneven age groups, Under 11, 13, and upwards. The going was soft after the recent rain but this did not deter the large number of athletes. Unfortunately we were not able to field a full team in any age group but pride of place must go to our under 11 competitors who had a great day out. As cross country only starts from under 11 this was the first competition for most of our athletes. First up were the girls, Lucy Flynn who is suited to the longer distance led her team mates home in the 1500m run over rough and soggy terrain, she was closely followed by Shauna Mulvihill and Georgina Johnston. As a team consists of four athletes so we were not eligible for a team placing. In the boys under 11 first home was our recent Roscommon Champion Donncha Farrell, well supported by his club mates Cian Shea and Tadhg Shea, Tadhg will be eligible in this age group again next year. All the athletes thoroughly enjoyed the experience, cross country as they say is not for the faint hearted and conditions were testing to say the least, well done to all our athletes, you did us proud and thanks to the Roscommon County Athletics Board for a very well organised event. Congratulations to Maura Derwin who represented Ireland in the International Masters Cross Country event in Dublin, on Saturday. Maura was the first Irish woman home in her category and she led the women’s team to bronze medals. Training continues in the hall on Tuesday evening 6pm

St. Faithleach’s Minor AGM

The annual Minor AGM will take place on Wednesday 23rd November at 8pm in the Clubhouse.  The club would really appreciate your attendance to help shape the future of the club. It also gives you the opportunity to bring any new views, ideas or concerns to the committee.
If you wish to volunteer for next season please come along

Longford Arts Council

Longford County Council Arts Office is developing its fourth Arts Strategy due to run from 2023-2027. The contribution of artists (in all art forms and practices), arts practitioners, members of the public, organisations and interested parties is being sought in order to fully inform the preparation of the Arts Strategy. There are two ways in which you can contribute to this process: 

Consultation Meetings
Meetings will be held in the following venues to discuss the development of the Arts Strategy. 

Public Meetings (for people whose interest in the arts is as an audience member or participant or work in a voluntary or non-professional capacity): 

Wednesday 23rd November: 7.30 – 9pm. Ballymahon Library. 

Thursday 24th November: 6.30 – 8pm. Granard Library 

Train how to use the Defibrillator

Defibrillators are devices that send an electric pulse or shock to the heart to restore a normal heartbeat. They are used to prevent or correct an arrhythmia, an uneven heartbeat that is too slow or too fast. If the heart suddenly stops, defibrillators can also help it beat again. That is the very reason that we need more and more people trained up in the use of this vital life saving device. The local defibrillator group is actively seeking new people in the Kilgefin, Ballyleague, Cashel, Killashee and Rathcline Lanesboro areas to become competent in the use of the Defibrillator. The group is also looking to retrain and refresh those that have already completed the course and need to brush up on its use.

If you are interested, please leave your name and phone number with Martina O’Brien personally in the shop or by phoning 086 3858934 or email to

Rathcline Club Initiative

The Rathcline club have just come with a new fundraising initiate. The Rathcline GAA Euro Millions Syndicate will commence with the first draw on Tuesday 3rd January 2023 and finishing with the final draw 29th December 2023. The syndicate will be limited to 400 people. Each member will pay €40 for the year.

Each month there will be a €100 draw for the members of the syndicate.

If the winnings at the end of the year is between €400 and €1,999.99 there will be a draw for one winner within the syndicate. Between €2,000 and €9,999.99 there will be five separate draws each winning an equal amount, between €10,000 and €19,999.99 there will be a raffle and ten members drawn each receiving an equal amount. Any amount greater than €20,000 will see the money shared evenly amongst all members. 

Entrance Scholarship

Many congratulations to Bláithín McElgunn, Curraghroe who was awarded an Entrance Scholarship by Maynooth University recently. Bláithín, a former student of Lanesboro Community College and daughter of Fergal and Alva McElgunn was presented as one of the 100 students obtaining 575 or more points in the Leaving Certificate by President of Maynooth University, Professor Eeva Leinonen

Defibrillator Funding – Thank You

The Defibrillator Group would like to sincerely thank everyone that has contributed so generously to the appeal for funding to replace batteries and pads and the constant need to upgrade all the defibrillators.

The importance of defibrillators in the general area cannot be overstated. The lives it can save and has saved in recent times are well documented.

If you wish to contribute we ask that you donate by leaving money in an envelope marked with your name into Martina or Joe O’Brien at the Corner Shop.

Table Quiz

Ballyleague National School is running a Table Quiz fundraiser in St. Faithleach’s clubhouse on Friday 2nd December at 9pm.

Church Gate Collection

Lanesboro Community College Parents Council is holding a church gate collection on this coming weekend 19th and 20th November outside churches in Lanesboro, Killashee, Clondra and Newtowncashel. Your support would be greatly appreciated. €40 for a table of 4 and your support will be greatly appreciated.

Boat Trips

Lough Ree Access for all boat is a boat built for you is offering three sailing trips a day 10am, 12 noon and 2.30pm. This is a great trip of fascination onto Lough Ree and its famous islands.

Table Quiz deferred

Lanesborough Tidy Towns were scheduled to host a table quiz in the Yacht Bar on Friday 18th November. As the quiz clashed with Fermoyle National School quiz it was decided to defer the quiz.

Ballyleague Bingo

Ballyleague Bingo continues in Ballyleague Hall every Thursday night. The first numbers will be called at 8.30pm.

Volunteers required

Ballyleague Bingo urgently needs more volunteers to join them in the Bingo/Hall Committee. If you are interested in being involved you are asked to contact Patricia Manning for more details.

Sunday night cards

The results from last Sunday night’s game are: 1st: Anne & Kay. Triple tie for 2nd with Kevin & Martin, Jack & Brendan and Noel & Michael. Last game winners were Pat Joe & Tom. Raffle winners were Eugene Kelly, P.J Glennon. Barney Kenny & Pat Rock. The game continues every Sunday night at 8. 30pm. Light refreshments served.


Congratulations to P. J. O’Neill, Rathcline Road, who was last week’s winner of the weekly Rathcline 50/50 jackpot. P.J. won the top prize of €619. The draw took place in Clarke’s Bar.

The club is extremely grateful for your continued tremendous support.

Tidy Towns Lottery

On Tuesday 8th November the jackpot for the Lanesboro Tidy Towns lottery stood at €10,700 and as it was not won the jackpot rose to €10,800 for the draw on Tuesday 15th November. The winning numbers drawn on the 8th November were 3, 9, 18 and 22. The winner of the €50 prize was J.A.M.P. c/o Michael Greene, and the three €20 winners were Leah Flynn c/o XLNTEE, Sophie & Molly c/o Mags, and Lauren Moran, Aughamore, c/o The Yacht Bar.

Thank you to everyone that continues to support our Tidy Town efforts and with the rise in marks this year it shows that your support is helping us greatly. The comments we hear all year long have been about how beautiful the town looks and this can only be done with your support for the lottery every week.

Times Past in Pictures

If you have any old photographs that you would like to see published in this ‘Times Past in Pictures’ section you can email them to me at or bring them to the shop I will scan and give them back while you wait.

CD ideal Christmas Gift

Frank Nelson newly released a new CD called ‘I’ll Put the Kettle On’ has proved to be a great success with a restocking of SD’s necessary to keep up with demand. Frank, a local man has been very active on the music scene for over 30 years This time he has really hit the high times with the quality and songs included. It is a must for followers of Frank and lovers of country music.

CDs are available in O’Brien’s costing just €15   

Healthy Communities

Free Stop Smoking Service available in Ballymahon. Get the help you need to stop smoking for good. Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy will be provided for non-medical card holders. 

Ballyboro FC

The under 13s were involved in a nine goal thriller with Killoe Celtic. The Killoe boys raced into a three goal lead when they punished some defensive slackness but showing great resilience the Ballyboro boys bounced back and a brace each from Shane Farrell and Oisín Dillon brought them back into contention. However two goals by Killoe earned them the points by the narrowest of margins 5-4. Ballyboro: Shane Farrell, Darragh Donlon, Cathal Hanley, Jack Cassidy, Leah Kenny, Charlie Moynihan, Alfie Murphy, Tim Kenny, Shane Farrell, Oisín Dillon. Subs: Ethan Carberry, Aydin Odemis, Alfie Brehon, James Carroll, Hayden Smyth.                                        

 Both under 10 teams were in action. The Lions beat Ballymahon. A hat trick from Jay Flynn and a Tom Skelly goal sealed a 4-2 victory. Ballyboro Lions: Noah Donegan, Tom Skelly, Tadhg Shea, Hugh Creedon, Jay Flynn, Ben Cassidy Senan McHale, Sean Hogan, Alice Malone, Aimee Glynn. The Tigers game with Melview went right to the wire with Ballyboro just coming out the wrong side of a 7-6 shoreline. Ballyboro Tigers: Shay Molloy(2), Finn Fallon(1), Patrick Farrell(1), Joe Greally(1)Jay Hanley(1),Adam Kruk, Donal Cox, Aidan Cox, David Kopic, Caden Donlon, Ryan Molloy, Leah Hanley, Adam Farrell.      

In a Connacht Cup third round encounter the under 16s played an outstanding Mervue United team. Though the Ballyboro team gave of their best and played some impressive football, and there were a number of brilliant individual performances, they had to give best to Mervue on a 5-0 score line. Ballyboro: Euan Cullen, Jack Brogan, Aidan Kelly, Anthony Cox, Eoin Beattie, Cody Phelan ,David Cox, Luke Johnston, Billy Murray, Wesley Hughes, Ben Murphy. Sub: Daniel Hogan.                                                                            

The under 12s were just pipped 1-0 by Kenagh United in a closely contested encounter on Sunday last.                

Fixtures: Five games on Saturday; the under 9s will be taking part in a blitz in the Mall Astro along with Mostrim and Melview with the action getting underway at 10am, the under 11 Cougars are at home to Melview Lions at 12.30pm while the under 11 Tigers are away to Melview Eagles at 1pm. The under 16s play Gaels United in Drumlish, 2pm kick off while the under 12 girls are at home to Inny FC 10am start. On Sunday the under 12s play Inny Lions in Streete at 1pm while the under 14 girls are at home to Gaels United 10am kick off. Congrats to former player Christian Donlon Goncalves who won the FAI Under 15 National title with Shamrock Rovers at the weekend.

Support line for older people

ALONE manage a national support line and additional support for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to Covid-19. Professional staff is available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week from 8am until 8pm. Text TALK to 50808 to begin.

Alcohol Anon Meetings

Relatives and friends of alcoholics are welcome to attend meetings in the Family Centre building at the back of St. Mel’s Cathedral on St. Mel’s Road, any Tuesday evening at 7pm.

Smart Recovery

SMART recovery is an evidence based addiction recovery support group where participants learn self-empowering techniques to aid their recovery by overcoming addictive behaviour.

There is a meeting every Friday evening from 7pm to 8.30pm in Vita House, Roscommon. For information you should phone Conor 086 1702912 or


Grow is a Community Mental Health Movement which meets every Monday at 11am in the Community Mental Health Centre, Dublin Rd., Longford. If you are feeling lonely, isolated or suffering from stress, please feel free to attend. You can call Assumpta for any further information on 086 8114135.

Shannon Gaels

The end of season Parish league / Social has been rescheduled and will now take place on Saturday 19th November from 1:00 to 4:00pm
The Parish league teams shall be drawn from U-9 (3rd class players) to U-13’s. The plan is to have 6 teams in total, with top 2 contesting the Parish League Final
There will also be a ‘Fun Blitz’ to be ran for all remaining players [U-9 down]
Senior players will  manage the teams and U15 / U17 players will referee matches
Every must arrive at the pitch for 12:30pm with games to commence at 1pm sharp
Refreshments / BBQ will be served along with some presentations
Can all coaches please notify their respective groups as soon as possible, and get confirmation of numbers.
Drop a note to Mark if there are any queries or concerns.

It is very important that everyone that is intending to take part registers with Mark so that teams can be determined and selected. Please contact him immediately 085 1744376

Kilgefin Parish

A message from Fr. Dan

APPRECIATION: I wish to express my unalloyed appreciation and gratitude to all our beloved parishioners who came out in large numbers to welcome the Ukrainians into our parish community. Special thanks to the members of PPC and many others who volunteered their time and resources in making the occasion a success. Your presence and solidarity was amazing and encouraging to the Ukrainian families. Thank you and God bless you.

November list of Dead: Please be reminded that the envelope for the November Altar List of the Dead is included in the weekly contribution box. Kindly fill in the names of the deceased members of your family and include it with your generous donations.

Reintroduction: Ballyleague Church is going to reintroduce the practice of passing around the offertory Collection baskets at masses on the weekend 19th and 20th November. More volunteers are been sought to help with this role. If you are available please give your name to Josephine Kenny.

Rosary in the cemetery: everyone is invited to come together and pray the Rosary for deceased family members, relatives and friends in Cloontuskert Cemetery on Sunday next 20th at 3pm. On Sunday 27th Rosary will take place in Kilgefin Cemetery at 3pm.

Roscommon for Life: is hosting a presentation entitled The Culture of Life in Hannon’s Hotel on Friday night 18th November at 8pm.

Lanesboro Library

The opening hours of Lanesboro are: Monday 2pm-8pm, Tuesday 2pm-6pm, Wednesday 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm. The library will be closed all day on a Thursday. Friday 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm and Saturday 10am-1pm

Photocopying, printing and scanning services are available at the library. Enquiries:  

St. Mary’s Church

Parish Office: Maireád Rooney, Rathcline the Parish Secretary will be in her office in the Parish House each week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.15am until 2.30pm. As the office gets established Maireád will be able to assist you with any enquiries.

Mass Review: With just 2 priests catering for three parishes’ consideration will have to be given as to the number of Masses in the Church each week. In the near future a review will take place and the new Mass schedule will be announced and will commence after Christmas.

Rosary Group meet in the church on Monday to Friday at 9.30am and on Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.

Eucharistic Adoration on Tuesdays in the church after 10am Mass in the Payer Room and will conclude at 4pm to take account of energy costs during the winter months.

It is very important that there will be at least two people in the Prayer Room for each hour of the Adoration.

Parish contacts

Fr. Merlyn Kenny, Newtowncashel 0860603433 and Fr. Turlough Baxter, Killashee 0879972259 who as you know are assisting in our parish.

Rathcline GAA

By clicking this link you can see Michael J’s club update for this week.

St. Faithleach’s GAA

Tesco Community Fund

If you are shopping in Tesco Roscommon please pop a blue token into the St. Faithleach’s bucket. Funding will go towards training and team equipment that is needed. Thank you.

Minor A.G.M.

Our annual Minor AGM will take place on Wednesday 23rd November at 8pm in the Clubhouse. We would really appreciate your attendance to help shape the future of the club. It also gives you the opportunity to bring any new views, ideas or concerns to the committee. We are also looking for volunteers and coaches for next season. 

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