Club Notes - 31st March 2019
Numbers Drawn - 10, 12, 16, 31
JACKPOT WINNER €10,000
Thanks to everyone who bought and sold tickets your support is very much appreciated.
Winner of the 25 Card game on Monday 18th of March in The Hyde Centre was David Gibbons and the runner’s up was Ann Mulhern. Thank you for your continued support. New players always welcome Mondays at 8.30pm.
Health & Wellbeing News
1. Defibrillator Training Class
Defibrillator Training Class scheduled for Thursday 11 April in the Hyde 7pm – 10pm. Can each team manager send a text to their group encouraging as many parents as possible to avail of this important training.
Feedback on numbers attending to be finalized by Monday 08 April.
Training Cost : €5.
Tea/Coffee will be served.
Our u14 Camogie girls who played a great match this eve against St Dominic’s . While the win wasn't with them tonight they showed great grit and determination. Well done all.
Pictured are the team that played St Dominics during the week
Hurleys for sale
We have hurleys for sale in the club if parents or coaches wish to contact me on 0863466465.
22”, 24” cost €10 each.
26”, 28” cost €15 each. 30”, 32” cost €20 each.
33”, 34”, 35” cost €25 each.
U-14 Hurling: Training in Lisnamult at 6.30 p.m. on Monday evening. We play Four Roads in Lisnamult in the county Feile on Wednesday evening. Time to be confirmed.
Roscommon Gaels Academy U’6
Details of our academy for U6’s in the Hyde Centre. Starts the 9th of April from 6.30pm. Come along and bring your friends it’s going to be great fun. New members always welcome. Spread the word.
We’ll kick off the U8 girls Football on Monday 8th April at 6-7pm indoors in the Hyde Centre for the first few weeks. If anyone has not yet registered and would like to attend you can contact Joe on 086 7727552.
Our U12 girls continue to train on Wednesdays. Their first match of the league is on the 7th of April v St Faithleach’s in Faithleach’s.
The 4th round of the league saw Roscommon Gaels make 6 changes to the starting team from round 1 but the strength in depth is remarkable and this was a fine performance by our ladies. Roscommon Gaels recorded a good 28 point win over a dogged Padraig Pearses in Woodmount on Sunday evening. Padraig Pearses started strong, but Roscommon Gaels slowly took a hold on the game, and pulled clear. Final Score Roscommon Gaels 4-18 Padraig Pearses 0-2. All girls got game time.
The ladies face neighbours Oran on Sunday in our final round of the league. We are now on top of the table with Oran having a game in hand.
Junior Ladies Football
Our Junior ladies are not back out again until April 14th when we take on Kilbride in Kilbride in the final round of the league.
U14 County Roscommon LGFA
Well done to the Roscommon U14 Football Ladies and to our Roscommon Gaels girls Ava Mulry, Jenny Morriss, Shauna Walsh, Zara Fallon and management Deckie and Michelle Hughes Walsh who are through to a Connacht B final all the best in the final on the 13th of April where they face Sligo.
U14 Div 1 Football
Roscommon Gaels 2-12 St Dominics 3-09
What a game of football on a beauitful Sunday morning in Tremane. This game had everything. Skill, honesty & our lads gave everything. The 1st half was probably the best football we have played. Everything we done worked a treat. Kick passes, scores, overlappying with precision. John McGuinness got our goal but Eoghan Carty held his own at centre back & was outstanding in this first period. In fact everyone played really well
But the 2nd half we knew St Dominics would come back and they did as good teams do. Andrew Oates made vital saves and his kick outs were spot on. Ciaran, Jack and Rory drove the team on. they got a late goal but Rory got a late point to level it. It would have been cruel to have lost this but we will meet again in the later stages i'm sure of it. Well done lads.
Minor Division 2 Football League
Hardluck to our minor lads who were defeated by Padraig Pearses in Pearses Friday Evening Final Score Padraig Pearses 2-14 Roscommon Gaels 2-8.
Senior Football Division 1 O’Rourke Cup
This Sunday we played our first game of the season v St Faithleach’s in The O’Rourke Cup. Final Score Faithleach’s 0-21 Roscommon Gael’s 0-12.
The GAA are hiring.
Third Level Students required for Cul Camp Employment:
Roscommon Coaching and Games Development are seeking applications from third level students who wish to gain employment on our football & Hurling Cul Camps this summer and must apply with CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
we are asking clubs to pass this information onto their third level students.
All applicants must be third level.
Coaching background if possible.
Must have GAA Garda Vetting.
Congratulations to Michelle, Ollie & Laura Moran on the birth of their twin's. May they bring double the joy to your lives and hopefully make good Camogie/hurler/football players for Roscommon Gaels.
Free CPR Community training day in Roscommon Library on Friday May 3rd. Registration onwww.HandsforLife.ie
Rossies Day at the Races
I am writing to remind you of our exciting Rossies at the Races day in Punchestown on May 4th. This has been a great occasion on previous years and this year promises to be no different.
Join us in Punchestown on Saturday May 4th for what promises to be a great day out. Tickets are €150 and include:
• Admission Ticket – (General Admission is €30)
• Reserved Enclosure Badge – (worth €10; an upgrade from General Admission)
• Wrist Band access pass to different areas to include the private viewing lawn for guests in the Punchestown Pavilion
• 4 Course Lunch – (Starter, Main, Dessert, Tea/Coffee)
• Afternoon Tea served after the 4.45pm Race (includes Sandwiches/Cocktail Sausages/Chicken Goujons)
• Race Card & Pen
• Mobile Tote Reps and Bookmaker in the room
• Guest Tipster
• Live Music
• Monster Auction and Raffle
• Spot Prizes
• Please spread the word among your members and let them know about this great day out. We need to ascertain the level of interest as soon as possible so I would really appreciate if you could come back to me by this day week with numbers.
Valerie Ní Mhuirí
Coiste Contae Ros Comain
Guthan : 086-8369122
Seoladh : Knock Road, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo
Gaa Newsletter March Edition
Please click on the image below link to receive the latest edition of the GAA Club Newsletter.
Included in the March edition:
Kellogg's Cúl Camp 2019 registration info
National Club Draw winners announced
GAA President's Awards
Countdown to Féile
Renault GAA World Games launch
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention info
and much more...
Congrats to Roscommon CBS
Roscommon Gaels would like to congratulate Roscommon CBS on their magnicifient win in the All-Ireland Colleges Senior B football against St Patrick's GS Downpatrick by 1-12 to 1-6. The school will now play in the All-Ireland senior colleges B final on Saturday April 6th in Croke Park against Scoil Phobail Sliabh Luachra from Rathmore in Kerry. The Kerry boys defeated Ashbourne CS 2-14 to 4-5 in the semi-final. The best of luck lads in the final.
Club Children’s Officers
A Training Night for all club Children’s Officers will be held on Thursday night, April 4th, at 8pm in Hannon’s Hotel, Roscommon. The training, known as Safeguarding 2, will be presented by Denis O’ Boyle, Mayo, and will bring everyone in line with the latest legislation and GAA requirements for all clubs. The course will take approx, 2 hrs tea and coffee served at 9.30.
Please respond to email listed below with your intention to attend—it is very important that new officers attend and also that everyone else be updated on the newest guidelines.
One of the jobs asked of the Children’s Officer is that they assist the club with the completion of the Risk Assessment and fill the Safety Statement. If anyone has any questions on this or any other matter we will deal with them on the night.
Hurling foundation Course:
Roscommon Coach Education are holding a hurling foundation course in Padraig Perases GAA Club on Friday night April 5th and Saturday April 6th and if any club have coaches they wish to send must contact hurling GPO Proinsias Killion immediately to book a place on the course as all participants must be registered before course commences.
Connacht Primary School Hurling Activity Day:
On Thursday May 16th Roscommon Coaching and Games Development will have their hurling activity day in the Connacht COE from schools selected by our hurling coaching staff.
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