A Wexford GAA club are releasing a book on their club’s history…
St Mary’s Rosslare GAA club will be releasing their very own book tomorrow which accounts for their club’s history.
“The book records a very interesting account of the club’s good and not-so-good history,” a promotional flyer states.
The book aims to tell a story of survival, commitment, and how the club became one of the “most progressive clubs in the county, especially at underage level.”
The launch date is tomorrow, Saturday, August 6th at the club’s ground.
On the day, the club will also be officially opening their new walkway and their new community hub. There are an array of events also taking place, including an underage blitz and re-enactment of a hurling game from the bast.
It starts at 4 pm and promises to be a great day for the club and community.
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