Mungret College Past Pupils Annual Dinner and Golf Outing – Sept 2022

Dear Member,

Our President Judge T E O’Donnell invites you to our annual golf and dinner outing on Friday 9th Sept 2022. This year’s event will be held once again at Kilmurry Lodge Hotel, Castletroy preceded by our golf competition at Nenagh G.C.

The day will commence with our golf competition from 11.00 am to 12.15pm. A time sheet will be organised. Breakfast will also be available.

After the golf competition we will be holding our A.G.M. in the Kilmurry Hotel at 7.30pm followed by dinner at approx 8.30pm.

We have pre- booked accommodation in the hotel with a limited number of twin and single rooms available. If you are interested in booking a room please contact reservations on 061-331133 using reservation no.098243 Please have your credit/debit card to hand. It is important that you book as soon as possible if you intend staying overnight. The price negotiated at a concession rate for bed & breakfast will be €55.00 per head sharing and €95 single room.

Please note that accommodation is to be paid separately so don’t include this amount with your acceptance.

The event will also coincide with the 50th anniversary of the class of 1972 so we hope to see a lot of names from that class attending.

Below you will find the cost of the various events and it is imperative that you return your acceptance at the earliest opportunity with the appropriate fee. Please forward completed acceptance fees to:

Karl Roche, 53, Parkmore Drive, Terenure, Dublin 6W EY00


Please make your cheques payable to Mungret College Past Pupils Union.

(a) Golf only:                €30.00

(b) Golf & Dinner:        €70.00

(c) Dinner only:            €40.00

As advised previously, all invitations are now sent by email only. If you are aware of a past pupil who doesn’t have access to a computer we would appreciate if you could notify them of this date.

This event has received massive support over the last number of years and we look forward to your continued loyalty which is very much appreciated.

Paul Kerrigan

Hon Sec