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Garda Vetting

All persons who work with children or vulnerable persons must be Garda Vetted

The application process for Garda vetting for GAA, Camogie and Ladies Football has changed and must now be started in your Foireann account.

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Glynn Barntown Summer Camp 2021

Monday 16th – Thursday 19th August 2021 for primary school children 

Registration:

Step 1: Registration link to be filled out for each child https://forms.gle/GpMxQk5YJ4ZrwVY8A

Step 2: Payment by Revolut
Details:Noel Moran 087 2715850
Cost: €40 per child, €75 for 2, €100 for 3, €125 for 4

Steps 1 & 2 to be completed to confirm space on Summer Camp. Limited spaces.

What you will need to bring:

  • Hurl and helmet
  • Gum shield
  • Packed lunch
  • Rain jacket
  • Change of clothes if deemed necessary
  • Sanitiser

How much does the camp cost?

  • 1 child – €40
  • 2 children – €75
  • 3 children – €100
  • 4 children – €125

Contact Barry Leacy GPO for more info 087-0911411

GAA Covid Guidelines will apply. Remember to fill out Health Questionnaire prior to first day attending.

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

Sharon Whitty 087 6395652
All volunteers are aware of the hygiene guidelines advised and will practise them in the event of a call out.

U15 Rising Stars Hurling Champions 2019

Well done to our u15 Rising Stars hurlers who won the final last Saturday Sep 27th defeating Shelmaliers 3-11 to 3-9. Captain Lughaidh Hayden accepted the shield while stalwart centre back Alex Breen was named Man of the Match. Well done boys and management. 💚💙

All Ireland Hurling Semi Final Ticket Details

Details from Co Board July 11th 2019
A chara,Please see below important info regarding All-Ireland Hurling Senior and Minor Semi-Finals in Croke Park involving Wexford on Sunday 28th July. 

Ticket PricesHogan Stand (No Concession) – €50
Cusack/Davin StandAdults – €50 Juveniles – €5

Student/OAP

€10 rebate on full price Cusack/Davin stand tickets via block D Cusack with Valid ID on the day of fixture.Terrace – (No Concession) -€35

Cairde Loch Garman Sales

Details of sales to Cairde Loch Garman members will be confirmed directly to members via e-mail later today. Cairde Loch Garman membership is now closed for 2019.

Croke Park Club Packages

The following Club Packages are available via the Ticket Office in Croke Park.

1.Adult Group Club Package (ordered via Croke Park)

Davin Stand Only: €20 Adult Club Pass (Max 50 adults, limited to one order per club) 

2.Juvenile Group Club Package (ordered via Croke Park)

Davin Stand Only: Group Passes €5 for Juveniles, one adult free with every 10- Subject to availability
Forms for the above packages for these fixture on Sunday July 28th will only be live on from Monday July 15th.
https://www.gaa.ie/tickets/club-offers

The deadline for completion of forms is 5pm on Thursday July 18th.
Club Orders via Wexford GAA If a club wishes to make a ticket request to Wexford GAA please club secretaries are requested to complete the attached form and return by e-mail to administrator.wexford@gaa.ie prior to 9am on Monday 15th July.   There will be a limited number of lower tier tickets available to clubs. Subject to availability/demand, clubs will be advised if all requests can be accommodated ASAP.Club orders made via Wexford GAA will be available for collection upon payment from Monday 22nd July. Once tickets are collected no returns will be facilitated. Clubs with outstanding fines/monies owed to Wexford GAA must pay fines prior/upon collection of ticket orders.
General SalesTickets will also be available on general sale on Monday July 15th from tickets.ie, Super Valu and Centra.Please note there will be no tickets on general sale from the office in Innovate Wexford Park. 

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JUNIOR HURLING FINAL

Out Junior Hurlers are gearing up for their Co final this Saturday v Kilmore. Please support. 

DEVELOPMENT DRAW

***PLEASE READ***
The club is gearing up for a one off giant fundraiser which will take place over the Autumn and Winter months and will see ticket sellers drive the length and breadth of the county to sell €20 tickets yielding a top prize of a car and many other great prizes. This is a once in a generation, large scale project which requires the support of EVERYONE in the club. We have been amazed by the amount of volunteers who have already come forward but we are still recruiting. The more sellers we have the better to share the workload. Now is the perfect opportunity to help develop for the future. Anyone interested in being part of this project (which will fund the development of the club grounds including drainage of the top pitch and provision of flood lighting to same) please contact John on 0872807679 or Danny 0861089553. Please make the effort and help make a difference.

CLUBPERSON OF THE YEAR 2018

Congratulations to clubman Noel McCormack who we were delighted to put forward as “Glynn Barntown Clubperson of the Year 2018” at the recent district awards. This tribute was in recognition of his hard work and dedication over a long number of years with adult and underage squads aswell as years at the helm of the club’s u6 hurling, football and camogie academy. His contribution to the development of club teams has been matched by his work off the field on various committees and in fundraising events. Noel is pictured receiving his award from Tossy Ryan.

A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY

This piece was recently printed on “GAA Then and Now” and a follower sent it on to us.. It relates the epic Wexford football championship of 1889 where Barntown and Glynn-as we were then known-played a role in an unusual culmination to the championship-  it’s sure to be of interest to anyone who enjoys a bit of club history.

http://gaathenandnow.com/

Club Notes w/e Fri April 27th

CAMOGIE
Our Senior camogie team were defeated by St Martins in league on Saturday in Piercestown. Hard luck girls.
The refixed Féile camogie tournament took place in Hollymount on Sunday morning and our girls defeated St Ibars, lost out to Kilrush and drew with St Martins in the group stages thus qualifying for a semi final v Cloughbawn. After a hard fought game our girls were defeated by 2 points. Well done to all involved.
 Well done to our u10 camogie teams who had their 1st cluster blitz of the year on Sunday morning in Killurin.
 Congrats to our Junior camogie team who had a brilliant win over St Annes on Sunday evening away 5-15 to 1-2.

COISTE NA NÓG
 Well done to our u9 hurlers who headed off to Pairc Carman to play Faythe Harriers on Saturday morning where they put on a great display of hurling.
Our Féile A football team qualified for a semi final on Sunday having defeated Naomh Eanna and been beaten by Kilanerin. They were unfortunately beaten by Fethard in the semi final.
Our Féile  B football team travelled to Tagoat on Sunday where they drew with Kilmore , defeated St Marys of Maudlintown before being beaten by St Marys of Rosslare. Well done to both panels on great performances.
 Well done to our minor footballers who beat Castletown on Monday  evening in Castletown . 
Our u15 hurlers had a great win over Faythe Harriers on Thursday evening. 

SENIOR GAA
 Our Senior hurlers had an excellent championship opening game on Friday evening resulting in a draw after a real ding dong battle with Oulart The Ballagh in Bellefield. The half time score left us trailing by 1 goal (1-9 to 0-9). After the interval the two sides exchanged scores and near misses to bring the game to its conclusion with the teams matched at 1-18 apiece.
Our scores came from Craig Doyle 0-5, Gary Moore 0-5 (0-4 frees), Mark Fanning 0-4 (65s), Michael O Regan (1-0), Daire Barron (0-2), Rowan White (0-1), Brendan Doyle (0-1)
 Well done to our Junior hurlers on their impressive win on Saturday v St Fintans. Final score 3-21 to 0-11- our scores came from- Matt Doyle 0- 9 (6 frees), Matthew Joyce 0-5, JJ Doyle 1- 1, Padraic Weafer 1-0, Cormac Cooney 1-0, Ben O Shea 0-2, Aaron Kehoe 0-2,
Matthew Banville 0-1, Jack Brazzill 0-1.

CONGRATULATIONS
 A huge congratulations to Senior anchorman John Leacy and Therese on the happy arrival of their little daughter on Friday. The camogie club are particularly excited and have the registration papers ready.

LADIES FOOTBALL
 The U12 Blue ladies football team started their season with a home game against Taghmon. The girls  fought a gallant battle , fighting until the bitter end. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts and narrowing the score difference  down to only 3 points, Taghmon took the win.  Well done girls !

 A big thank you to all who supported the ladies football Table Quiz last Saturday night.  A great night was had with much head scratching at some of the questions and answers.
Thanks to Joe for doing the questions, to D.J Dave, and Tony for doing the bar.
Also to the following who generously sponsored prizes;
Whitford Hotel, Talbot Hotel, Anita at Atomic Blonde, Killeen’s Maxol, The Haven Pharmacy and to all others who brought numerous other items.

TENNIS
Free introductory/refresher tennis evenings will be held 7-8pm, every Wednesday in May starting 9th- All levels welcome, especially new players. Supportive environment to ease your way in. Summer membership Jun-Aug (incl.) €40.

CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to all our members celebrating their First Holy Communion this term.

CONDOLENCES
 Glynn Barntown GAA Club are greatly saddened to learn of the passing of Dick Pierce. Our deepest condolences go out to his family at this sad time.  As a mark of respect the GAA grounds will close today Friday from 6-8pm and tomorrow Saturday from 1.30-3.30pm. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.