Archive for December, 2017

PREMIER MINOR CAMOGIE CHAMPIONS 2017!!!

These 28 epic young ladies made club history on Sunday morning December 17th 2017 capturing the club’s first ever Premier Minor title and also our first ever Premier underage title defeating worthy opponents Oulart The Ballagh 1-9 to 1-7 in Hollymount. The girls led by two points at the interval having played with a medium breeze in the first half. These two points were to prove the much needed breathing space as our opposition threw everything they had at us in the second half. Our brave resolve never faltered and the girls withstood the pressure and in typical composed fashion maintained the 2 point lead to be crowned champions. Scores on the day came from Cora Doyle 0-6 (frees) , Emma Dempsey 1-1, Jessie Morrisey 0-1 & Emma Sweeney 0-1. Proud captain Niamh Buckley lifted the cup and the girls gathered in the clubhouse for food and celebrations joined by family and supporters to celebrate the wonderful occasion.  We’d like to thank the club and sponsors The Sycamore House for the food- Joe, Tony, John and the dishwashing elves and pay tribute to the mentors and most particularly the inspirational  girls for their commitment and incredible work ethic . It has been a long year but this weekend has made it all worthwhile.

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Minor Premier Champions 2017

1. Emma Kiely
2. Niamh Buckley ( capt)
3. Aisling Halligan
4. Eva Arthur
5. Eva Crean
6. Róisín Cooney
7. Caoimhe Neville
8. Clodagh Jackman
9. Emma Sinnott
10. Emma Goff
11. Emma Dempsey
12. Cora Doyle
13. Emma Sweeney
14. Jessie Morrissey
15. Holly Hynes 
16. Lara O Shea
17. Rebecca Fanning
18. Andrea Carley
19. Jess Howlin 
20. Katie Barron
21. Alibeth Moran Curran
22. Clodagh White
23. Anna Kearney 
24. Niamh Cogley
25. Niamh Rowe
26. Cora Rowe
27. Katie Kehoe 
28. Eimear Jackman

Mentors: Méabh Cooney, Ciarán Walsh, Angela Finn, Danny O Brien, Tommy Kehoe

 

 

COUNTY MINOR CAMOGIE FINAL

Best of luck to our Minor Camogie team in their Premier final in Hollymount at 11am Sunday December 17th v Oulart. Grab your club colours and come support the girls.💙💚

FINAL CLUB SHOP CHRISTMAS OPENING TIME

REMINDER
The Club Gear Shop is open tomorrow Sat 10-11am for the FINAL time before Christmas as the club elves are otherwise occupied after this time!!
Please collect all ordered gear at this time.
Remember new club beanies and bobble hats are in stock and selling fast! Great gift idea!🎄🎅

CLUB GEAR SHOP CHRISTMAS OPENING

Club Gear Shop open-
Mon Dec 11th 7.30 to 8pm
Wed Dec 13th 7.30 to 8.30pm
Sat Dec 16th 10 to 11am
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All orders must be collected /paid for by Dec 16th
NOTE- Beanies and bobble hats have NOT arrived yet-watch this space.

MUCK SAVAGE SATURDAY

Glynn Barntown GAA Club
presents
Muck Savage Saturday
on Sat. Dec. 30th
in Glynn Barntown GAA pitch
2.5K Registration @ 9.15am (Juniors 8-14 years)
5K Registration @ 9.45am (Seniors 15 years +)
Entry: €5 Junior fee (U14s)

€10 Senior fee (15 years and upwards)

€20 Family fee

Prizes for first girl and boy home in u10, u14, u18 and adult categories.
Soup/Tea and Coffee morning

CONDOLENCES

Glynn Barntown GAA Club and the wider community are deeply saddened at the news of the passing of Monsignor Lory Kehoe this week. Lory, a native of Glynn was a son of former Glynn NS principal Mícheál Kehoe -National GAA President 1949-52. Lory was a gentleman and loyal supporter of our club over his lifetime and was well known for his great love of all things Gaelic- sport, history and culture both local and national. 
All at Glynn Barntown GAA Club extend our deepest condolences to his sisters Máire, Ita and Angela to the Kehoe, Gately , Cummings and Kelly families and to his many friends, both clergy and lay. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.

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