An artists impression of the Leitrim Wall
Written in stone. It is a phrase that reeks of permanency and that is what getting your name inscribed on The Leitrim Wall will mean, a permanent record of your support for Leitrim GAA.
With all the euphoria of the Leitrim Senior team’s promotion to Division 3, and the excitement of the trip to Croke Park for the Alliance Div 4 National football league final on Saturday next, Leitrim supporters were handed more good news as the construction work and the land-scaping associated with the erection the Leitrim wall is progressing nicely.
The Leitrim Wall is a fundraising venture to provide funding for the completion of the Leitrim GAA Centre of Excellence at Annaduff, which will in time further the development of Leitrim GAA.
The Leitrim Wall gives supporters the opportunity to have their name written in stone and remembered for ever as a true supporter of Leitrim GAA.
In order to complete this project to the highest standards, Leitrim GAA are appealing to their loyal supporters to put their shoulders to the wheel and provide the necessary finances to totally complete the project with no remaining debt.
Leitrim supporters have never been found wanting and the committee are confident that the target for this project will be reached. To date there is a great response to the scheme, and the committee are asking supporters who want their family name or the name of a loved one on the wall to buy their bricks by the end of this month.
You can buy your brick at www.leitrimwall.com. or from any of the people listed below.
If you wish to have your name on a brick on the Leitrim wall, and have your contribution to the development of Leitrim GAA written in stone, you can contact any of the following in your respective club area. By doing so now you will ensure the work can be completed without delay.
Mohill: Stephen Flynn
Eslin: Enda Stenson,
Gortletteragh: Thomas Keenan
Bornacoola: Kevin Mallon
Annaduff: Eugene Cox
St Mary’s: Sean McGoldrick
Leitrim Gaels: Sean McGoldrick, Bernie Goldrick
Kiltubrid: Eoin Meehan
Allen Gaels: Fergal McPartland, John Joe Cullen
Drumkeerin: Seamus Gallagher
Glencar Manor: Pat Feely
Glenfarne/Kilty: Pat Feely
Melvin Gaels: Pat Feeley & Colin Regan
Ballinaglera: John Mulvey & Enda Gilrane
Aughnasheelin: Terrence Boyle
Sean O’Heslin’s: Paddy O’Connor, Tommy Moran
Aughawillan: Martin McCartin
Drumreilly: Martin McCartin
Carrigallen: Orla Sheridan
Aughavas: Ray McBrien
Dromahair: Hughie Clinton, Kevin Torsney
Fenagh: Noeleen Geoghegan, Vincent O’Rourke
Cloone: Enda Tiernan, Gerry McGovern
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