Archive for the ‘Hurling’ Category

MODEL COUNTY DRAW RESULTS

Glynn Barntown had 3 winners plus an email contributors draw winner in the first Model County draw last night. Thanks to everyone for their support and thanks to Noel and co for their hard work. 

The first of three CLG Loch Garman 2018 Club & County Draws Took place tonight, with a big increase in sales check out all the winners here

SENIOR HURLING ROUND 1

Our Senior hurlers had an excellent 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)

EGM Thursday April 19th @ 8pm Clubhouse

The purpose of the Special General Meeting is to discuss and vote on the way club property is held into the future. The GAA are introducing a Corporate Trustee model with the intention to make transactions simpler and quicker and reduce personal exposure to trustees.

 

There are 3 options available

 

Option 1. Do noting and to continue to hold club property through personal trustees

 

Option 2. Introduce a partial change, in that case property is held by a combination of personal trustees and the corporate trustee

 

Option 3. Elect to have property held only through the corporate trustee.

 

The Executive Committee of the club favour option 3 as

 

– individuals are no longer trustees and therefore are not exposed should the club/unit be sued

–   currently, when individual trustees resign or die there can be delay and cost associated with transfer of responsibility

–  If a personal trustee was to get into financial difficulty, resulting in a judgement being obtained and registered on club property, theis can cause delays and complications in dealing with the property

– any dealings with club property should be streamlined without the need for multiple copies of documents and multiple signatures

 

and will move a motion at the meeting to adopt it.

 

POSITIVE SIDELINES

Positive sidelines is an initiative from Wexford County Coiste na nÓg. Glynn Barntown GAA Club fully supports this initiative and we ask that all mentors, parents and indeed supporters buy into the ethos of the project to make the playing experience for our children as positive and enjoyable as possible.

GO GAMES REFEREEING COURSE

Info for anyone in our club that may be interested in becoming a go games referee. You must be over 16 and will only be refereeing Go Games- mainly U11 and some u9! You need to register through the link below!
Go Games Referee Course

Date: Fri, Mar 23, 6:30 PM

https://t.co/GQVHowwdnm

HELP NEEDED!

TIME TO RECLAIM THE HURLING WALL FROM THE BEAST!
We need your help from 6.30pm tomorrow Thurs March 8th at the hurling wall. If you are free and have a shovel ( preferably a snow shovel) please come along. Wheelbarrows would be really handy also!

ONE CLUB REGISTRATION

One Club Registration for all boys & girls from 5-18yrs, is next Tuesday 6th March in clubhouse 7-8:30pm. We would really appreciate everyone registering early again this year. Thank you
For membership rates click on the link

Membership Rates 2018

HURLING 365

Unfortunately no hurling 365 will take place this week in either Glynn or Barntown, but will resume next Monday (March 12th) as normal. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

SPORTS CAPITAL GRANT SUCCESS!

Great news for plenty of clubs but delighted to hear Glynn Barntown will receive €55,000 in grants from the Sports Capital Fund. Well done to Conor and the development committee and all involved in making this happen.

AGM

Glynn Barntown Senior GAA Club AGM will take place in the clubhouse this Friday November 24th at 7.45pm. All welcome to attend.