As this relates to a TV series that’s currently showing, the details of which you might not want to read about before you see it on the telly, I should start this one with a dirty, big Spoiler Alert sign, which I’ll do now:
Right – if you’re still here you’re obviously not too bothered about reading information on a topic such as Celebrity Bainisteoir before seeing it on TV. As you may know, Mayo’s Moy Davitts are in it this year – with Callum Best the man in the bib for them – and having accounted for Dublin’s Scoil Uí Chonaill in the first round a few weeks back (this match, which I was at with a couple of the kids, will be shown on RTÉ this coming Sunday evening) they’re back in action this weekend. In view of this, John from the club has been on to ask for a plug for the event which I’m happy to provide.
This time Callum’s lads have a home match, against Carlow opposition in the form of St Patrick’s, Tullow, and it’s set to take place in Foxford this coming Saturday (15th) where throw-in is at the early time of 1.30pm. The advice from the club is for punters to come early as parking is limited.
In addition to the match itself, there’ll also be a barbeque, a marquee, music and the chance to win a few coveted All-Ireland football final tickets. Half-time action will include U8 and U10 mini-games. The fun is set to continue after sundown too, with a post-match function that night in Cruiser’s Bar in the town.