Archive for March, 2020

TOGETHER WE WILL SUCCEED

TOGETHER WE WILL SUCCEED
Glynn Barntown GAA club has a list of volunteers willing to help vulnerable parishioners at this time for grocery/medical collections etc.
Please contact –
John Cooney 087-2807679
Michael Doyle 086-4099057
Georgina Roche 087-6826453
Méabh Cooney 087-9300881
Garry Laffan 087-7878417
Padraig Donnelly 087-3409197
James White 086-8270314
Tony Butler 087- 9197865

Shane Carley 086-9074650
Paschal Carley 087-7783112
Declan Dennehy 087-9906054
Róisín Cooney 087-6683616
Danny O’Brien 0861089553
John Barron 087-2402281

Shane Wilde 086-7304699

Richard McNamara 087 6915650

Conor Kavanagh 086 3852746

Patrick Nolan 086-8392068

Daire Barron 087-6309409

Jane O Shea 087-2742290

Aisling Roche 086 4034597

Alan Roche 087 6217962
All volunteers are aware of the hygiene guidelines advised and will practise them in the event of a call out.

HALL OF FAME

Glynn Barntown`s Hall of Fame Nomination is:

Tom Rossiter

Toms association with GAA and Glynn Barntown club began as far back as 1966 when as a young boy he won a Nicky Rackard League medal with the schools. He was just 16yrs old when he served as club secretary, the youngest in the club’s history. Later he served as treasurer. In the mid 70s he became the club district representative, and then a county board delegate, a position he held for over 20 years under the stewardship of 5 county chairmen.
In 1985 Tom was part of the Wexford management, which won a Junior hurling All Ireland. Then when involved again two years later the team lost the final by the minimum margin.
1985 he was appointed Club Chairman a position he held for 13 years over a couple of terms, until he stepped down in 2016.
Through the years he was part of many club team managements, his greatest achievement was in 1996 when as manager he led our senior football team to our only senior title.
Since stepping away from the day to day running of the club, Tom is still an avid supporter who always helps with fundraising events.
When asked to reflect on his years, he says “My fondest and proudest memories are the development of the pitches and clubhouse at Killurin and being part of the clubs progress from Junior to dual senior over the past 50 years”.

EASTER CAMP 2020

Condolences

Glynn Barntown GAA, Camogie and Ladies Football Clubs extend deepest condolences to the Barron family on the recent sad passing of Bee Barron. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis. https://rip.ie/death-notice/bridget-bee-barron-killurin-wexford/415017

DINNER AND FASHION SHOW

Tickets are almost sold out for our Dinner & Fashion Show event on Thursday 12th March in the Thomas Moore Tavern at 7.30pm. Enjoy a three course meal while admiring the latest collections from the fabulous Ruby Rouge and Vila boutiques. Attractive discounts for our diners. Tickets €45 each – contact Sarah 0879941571 to book.

Mr and Mrs 2020

Our club extends a huge thank you to our six fantastic couples who took part in our recent Mr and Mrs club fundraiser in the clubhouse and to everyone who worked hard to make the night happen. It was a really enjoyable evening in the safe hands of MC Tom and included a thrilling tie break round and an edge of the seat sudden death paddle round before our champions of 2020 were eventually decided……

…and here they are -Glynn Barntown’s Mr and Mrs 2020-Noel and Karina Moran