***Club 100 Draw*** As the first year of our Club 100 Draw comes to a close we would like to thank everyone who kindly signed up to this important fundraiser! We’ve had 13 different winners over the 12 months! Congratulations to our special Christmas draw winners! £1000 – Kieran O’Neill £750 – Davy McBride
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Please find the latest edition of the GAA Club Newsletter via the link below. As always, we would ask that you make it as widely available as possible to your members. The Club Newsletter contains a message of support for all members from Uachtarán John Horan and Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan. There is also important
All County Division 2 Football League St.Joseph’s Glenavy 1.10 v 2.07 Con Magees Glenravel This was both teams first outing in this season’s league where they served up an entertaining game for their supporters. The game was played at Glenavy on a bitterly cold but dry day with the wind blowing straight up the pitch.
The latest edition carries information on a range of club-related topics and issues including: The success of the mobile phone ban in Navan O’Mahony’s Carrickedmond’s novel fundraising calves Going behind Kilkenny hurling clubs clean sweep of AIB Club Championship crowns Information for clubs promoting awareness of Alcohol and Substance Abuse guidelines A call for Kelloggs
Future generations of sporting talent from Glenavy GAC and Ballymacash Rangers have come together with young people from Parkview Special School in Lisburn to have fun together at the Parkview youth club. This is the start of a new partnership between the two clubs. After hearing of the need for a new MUGA pitch at
The January edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available. This month’s edition includes important information on Membership, Communications, and Data Protection Social Media Policy and Guidelines Successful Coaching Conference ‘Ireland Lights Up’ Walking Initiative Leadership Development Conference https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-january-2019-x5552/
The pride of representing your Club is only surpassed by that of pulling on the County jersey, in our case, the Saffron of Antrim. Throughout our history we have had representation in football but over the last number of years we now have representatives in Ladies football at all levels and juvenile Camogie. 2019 was