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CAMOGIE CLUB EASTER RAFFLE

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FÉILE FUNDRAISER!!


Our Féile Committee will hold a  Table Quiz in the clubhouse on Friday 31st March starting at 8pm- Table of 4 @ €20. Please support!

EASTER CAMP 2017

Hi All, Glynn-Barntown Easter Camp will run from the 18th-20th of April from 10am-2pm. The camp is open to all primary school children. Cost of the camp is 30 per child. Family discounts available. Registration Night from 7-8pm on the 30th of March in the clubhouse. For more information contact Roisin on 0871253637

CÚL CAMP COACHES 2017

First round deadline for application to work with us this Summer as a Cúl Camp coach is the 31st of March. Get your application in now!
More here : https://goo.gl/CnIXmc
Also bookings are available for all camps. Check out your venue here : https://goo.gl/SDtIvS

HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OFFICER

Glynn Barntown GAA Club would like to welcome Dermot Rafter on board as our new Health and Well being Officer. Dermot is a Behaviour Support Specialist living in Killurin with strong ties to the club. Dermot has over 25 years experience working on individual support and organisation development with qualifications and competencies in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS); Person Centred Practice (PCP); Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA); and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

He is also a trained instructor in non-violent verbal and physical intervention strategies. He has devised many other programmes in the areas of teenage behavioural support; mindfulness; and youth leadership. Dermot is a fantastic new addition to this area in our club and we are thrilled to have somebody of his calibre as part of our team. Dermot can be contacted on 0872879183.

ROAD TO CROKER

 Our 14 camogie girls had a great day out in Croke Park on Sunday for the camogie All Ireland finals. We were one of 36 teams drawn to attend from 240 entries in the “Road to Croker” draw.

 

COACHING FORUM

Paul Carty is giving a presentation on the physical development of players from the early years at 8pm this Friday in the clubhouse. It promises to be a very informative evening and will include some demonstrations of age appropriate exercises.

COACHING COURSES

Wexford GAA Coaching & Games Development are in the process of planning Foundation & Level 1 / Level 2 courses. These courses are a excellent way to up-skill new & existing coaches. Over 200 coaches took part in our Winter Coach Education program last year, with a further 398 coaches taking part in our club development work throughout the year. 

To express your interest please fill out the expression of interest form or contact us directly for more information

Expression of Interest Link : https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FRRW3KD

CIARA IN CROKER!

Well done to incredible u12 and u14 camogie star Ciara Butler who lined out in Croke Park today at half time in the Minor Hurling All Ireland Final.  Ciara was put forward by her primary school Glynn NS earlier this year to take part in the GAA INTO RESPECT GO GAMES Exhibition match.

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IT’S A GIRL!

Congratulations to U14 camogie manager Georgina and her husband Chris (not forgetting new big sister Grace) on the birth of our newest camogie player baby Charlotte on Friday evening.

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