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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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Runaí Coiste Chontae Loch Garman

COUCH TO 5K

Following on from Elaine’s hugely successful Couch to 5K last January, Glynn Barntown Camogie Club invite you to get fit & active for 2019! Elaine will take registrations this Saturday morning Jan 26th 10-11am in the clubhouse & on Monday 28th Jan before the first session. Sessions will be 7-8pm Mon, Wed & Fri. Suitable for all ages from u10 upwards!

Registration is €20 for 1, €30 for 2 members of same family & €40 for 3 members of same family.

Come along and join the fun!!!

CHRISTMAS PARTY NIGHT

You are all most welcome to join us in the clubhouse on Saturday December 8th from 9pm for the club Christmas party. Complimentary refreshments and music on the night.  Bring a friend or two !

Minor Camogie

Our Minor Camogie team bowed out of championship recently with a narrow Co semi final defeat. The girls were superb on the day but lost out to St Martins who went on to win the championship the following week. 

U14 NEWS

Hard luck to our u14 hurlers defeated in the final of the  Martin Storey Hurling Competition in Oulart last weekend by Shelmaliers. 

JUNIOR A CHAMPIONS 2018

💚💙Well done to our Junior A hurlers who won the replay of their County Final defeating Kilmore 1-9 to 1-8 in Bellefield on Sunday. The sides were level at half time at 1-2 apiece and the game continued in the same style with only a point separating the two well matched teams at the final whistle. Captain JJ Doyle received the cup from clubman and Co Coaching Officer Bobby Goff. Our scores came from JJ Doyle 0-4,
Matt Doyle 1-1 ( 0-1 free), Aaron Kehoe 0-3( frees), Matthew Joyce, 0-1. Well done boys-enjoy the celebrations in the clubhouse tonight-All welcome to come along! 💚💙

JOHN LONERGAN TALK

The club would like to thank John Lonergan for his very informative talk last Friday night in the clubhouse which was well attended by both parents and young players. The talk covered issues which present themselves to young people growing up today in Ireland. We thank Iain and the Coiste na nÓg committee for organising the talk as part of our club’s commitment to working positively alongside our members both on and off  the field. 

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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RACKARD LEAGUE FINAL

All roads lead to St Patricks Park on Thursday June 1st as Barntown NS play their Rackard League A Hurling final at 8pm v Piercestown/Murrintown.  Please support!

ST PATRICK’S DAY PARADE

Over 100 club boys, girls, mentors and officers donned the blue and green to march in the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Wexford on Friday March 17th along with club Senior heroes Michael Doyle, John Leacy, Pádraig Donnelly and Michael O Regan.  The youngsters were each a credit to their club and great ambassadors for the parish. Bhíomar an bródúil astu!☘