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Ref Harry's fit again and back in game

FRANK BRADY got the call. Harry Lambe is back reporting for duty.

One of Dublin's most distinguished referees has returned to full health and is ready for action.

He has been in the gym and on the turf as he prepares for his comeback. Harry is fitter than most.

He had been out of the game for a year, but, just like Paddy Moloney, he has been busy fine-tuning the tin whistle.

Yet Harry says the dust can stay on the yellow and red cards.

THE Wild Geese hurling club have been attracting much attention on the John Murray radio show.

They are part of the Underdog slot on the programme, and Oldtown rejoiced at the news that Davy Fitzgerald was being lined up to pass on a few tips.

A couple of years ago another iconic Banner man, Ger Loughnane, arrived in the village to conduct a training session for a slot on The Sunday Game.

All in the North County are delighted that Aidan Lenehan's acclaimed book on the Geese hurlers, There Is An F In Hurling, has now gone into a second print run.

MyClubFinances.com folk are inviting clubs to a seminar at the Red Cow Inn this Friday (7.0) and Saturday (10.0am).

"It is guaranteed to be one of the most productive two-hour sessions that a club will spend this year," promises Michelle Frawley.

It's a free seminar and it will deal with how clubs can save themselves work and increase their funding.

The seminar is for existing clubs looking to learn more about the system and new clubs considering the system.

The sessions last for about two hours. And for those that can't make it, there will be drop in clinics on Friday (5.0 to 11.0) and Saturday (10.0am to 1.0).

More information from michelle@myclub finances.com. Phone: 091-506048. www.myclubfinances.com

Email: niallscullyfootball@eircom.net