Club Notes May 21st 2012
After a tough first half the seniors pulled away in the second to take the points against Greencastle to remain unbeaten in the league.
The reserves were pushed all the way but came out on top with some of our more experienced players proving to be the difference.
Our next fixture is Eglish away on Sunday at 6 and 7.30 when we will have the honour of playing at the official opening of Páirc Chormaic.
The minor game with Loughmacrory is postponed to a later date due to exams this week. The U16 boy’s season continues to go from strength to strength with a strong win over Omagh in Healy Park last Saturday.
The U-14’s lost out to Dromore last week but redeemed themselves with a win over Cappagh on Monday night past. They play Greencastle on Saturday at 4pm away.
Training for U12 boys continues on Mondays and Thursdays in Magilligan at 7pm. The Thursday night youth coaching continues this week for under 8’s and under 10’s from 7 -8pm at Pairc Colmcille.
The U-10’s have a Blitz at Dunmoyle on Saturday – arrangements at training.
The outdoor phase of FUN-damentals continues for parents and children at 7pm on Thursday nights at Pairc Colmcille. It is imperative that a parent attends with each child and remains for the duration of the session. Guidelines laid down in the GAA Child Protection Policies and Procedures mean that this is compulsory. From now on children can not attend without a parent.
Over the next few weeks the club will be proceeding with the vetting procedure in line with the GAA Child Protection Policy. This applies to all coaches, committee and regular volunteers including grounds-men and members that regularly frequent the clubrooms and who have not already completed the Access NI vetting procedure. Everyone included is asked to attend the clubrooms on Monday the 28th of May 7.30pm-8.30pm where they will receive the necessary paperwork for completion. The club's children's officer will be available to answer any queries relating to the process. We want to assure everyone concerned that this process will be treated with the utmost discretion and confidentiality.
Please be advised that the Tír Eoghain v Ard Mhacha championship games in Armagh on Sunday 10th June will be an all-ticket event.
Stand: Adult - £20, Child - £5, Student / Senior citizen - £12 Terrace Adult - £12, Child - £5, Student / Senior citizen - £9.
Members are asked to make written requests at clubrooms by Friday 1st June at 9pm
Lotto: Numbers. 8,9,14,19,25. 1 Winners with 4 numbers, Sinead Mc Aleer O’Neill.
An Charraig Mhór Ladies.
All attention is now focused on the senior championship clash with Cill Iseal on Tuesday 22nd at 7.45 in Killyclogher. Good luck to the girls as they set out on the championship trail in this the 20th year of ladies football in the county. All support appreciated.
The Minor girls continue to train for their County Final which is pencilled in for Saturday 2nd June. Time and venue TBC.
Training continues for U14 girls as advised. They play Ardboe in the championship on Monday evening at Pairc Colmcille. Good luck to all involved.U12 girls continue to train as advised.
Training for U8s and U10s continues on Thursday evening 7-8pm at Pairc Colmcille. All girls to be collected at the gate please.
Training continues as advised Training for U12 girls continues on Wednesday evening.
Ladies County Board are organising Child Protection Course - please contact Eleanor or Paula to put name forward.
The next major fundraiser, in association with the handball club, is the innovative concept of ‘Red and Black’. Anyone interested in helping with ticket sales please get in touch with a committee member.