THESE are happy, hectic days at Dolphin Park. PRO, Eoghan Redmond, has a full jotter.
The Kevin's Hurling and Camogie club have been spinning the sliotar since 1902.
On Saturday, March 21, they'll be donning the climbing boots for the Lugnaquilla Challenge.
It's a fund-raising sponsored walk. Rosari Kelly has the details (086-3005878).
The Easter Camp will run from March 30 to April 2 in Dolphin Park (10am to 2.30pm).
It's good value. 40 Euro is the cost. That includes a Day Trip. Contact Camp Director Patricia Halton (086-8443536).
The ever popular Easter Tournament takes place on Good Friday and Easter Saturday.
It will cater for under-8s to minors, with an U14 Camogie section.
Juvenile chairman, Vincent Hennessy, has the information (087-2721944).
Kevin's would love to welcome new recruits.
Boys and girls, aged 4 to 12, are invited along to Dolphin Park on Saturday, February 28 (10.30am).
More details from GPO, Paul McManus (086-2414260).
And there will also be a Parents Information on Coaching gathering on Saturday, March 14th at Dolphin Park (10.30am).
Chairman of Games and Coaching, Donal Tutty, is the man to ring (086-8228369).
Murray passes away
JOSIE Murray was a Leitrim Lion. He was also the father of the Cuala chairman, Declan Murray.
Josie's death last week saw the memories tumbling forth.
He was one of Leitrim's most celebrated footballers. He captained the county to the All-Ireland Minor final of 1956.
He represented Connacht many times in the Railway Cup. He was the only non-Galway player on a Connacht Railway Cup hurling team in the late 60's.
DJ is now on the ball
THE Cats keep on producing the hits on hurling's Tin Pan Alley.
One of their most famous sons, DJ Carey, has now taken to the airways.
He has joined Newstalk's Off The Ball crew.
"I'm relishing the challenge, and I'm sure we will have some fun along the way," said the maestro.