Fixtures and results:
Our Senior men played Oileáin Árann in the Division 2 league last Thursday evening under lights in Knockdoemore. It was a beautiful evening for football. We won out on the night on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-7.
Our Juniors were in action against Annaghdown on Saturday in the Division 4B football league and won a scoreline of 4-14 to 1-10
All our men’s and lady’s teams have fixtures coming up over the next few weeks. Keep an eye on our fixtures and results page for further details and score updates at this address: https://bit.ly/CGAAFR
All support of our teams is greatly appreciated.
Return to Competition:
This month has seen the return to training of many players within the club. Our younger groups of players are due to return at the end of March/early April. It’s great to see so many familiar and new faces around the club grounds and as the evenings get longer, we hope to have many fun filled training session! Further information and training times is now available on the clubs’ social media and website.
New referees are urgently required in the GAA. Claregalway GAA Club would love to see some Club members (male or female) consider taking on the role. If you are interested, get in touch with any Committee member, who will gladly help to get you started. Some of the benefits in becoming a referee are:
•Stay involved with the game as an alternative to playing
•Fitness – It’s a great way to keep fit
•Ambition – could you referee a County Final or even an All-Ireland Final?
•Learn more about the game
•Give Something Back – offers players, at the end of their playing days, the opportunity to continue in the sport
•Personal Development – helps to develop personal skills that are of value in all walks of life.
Without a referee there is no game.
Scór na nÓg Connacht Final:
Best wishes to
Ruth Treacy, Nicole Mclaughlin, Ronan McCormack, Clodagh Crowley and Emma Crowley in the traditional music category who represent the club in the Connacht Scór final this coming weekend (2nd April) in Ballinasloe.
The group have already won the Galway title which was held in the Raheen Woods Hotel in early March.
The weekly Claregalway/Carnmore Lotto started back again after a 2-year break on Monday the 21st of March. The jackpot was €3,200 and was not won.
Lucky Dip Winners below:
€250 LUCKY DIP WINNER: Teresa Payne
€50 LUCKY DIP WINNER: B O Shea
€50 LUCKY DIP WINNER: Brian Connor
€50 LUCKY DIP WINNER: Elma Carew
The jackpot next week is €3,400 with three lucky dips of €50 each also up for grabs every week. Play online before 19:00 on the Monday of the draw at https://bit.ly/carnmoreclaregalway or search for Claregalway Carnmore Lotto online to be in with a chance of winning the jackpot or a lucky dip!
Thanks for your support!
The Gaelic Football Easter camp will from Monday the 11th of April until the Thursday the 14th of April (4 days), from 10am to 2pm. Cost is €50 for one child, €40 for second child or €120 for a family of three or more. To book please email [email protected]. Registration on the first morning – cash/cheque only. Places are limited and the camp is now almost fully subscribed.
Best wishes – Run in Red for Jonah:
On Saturday, April 2nd, Cregmore National School Community will host a major fundraising event in support of little Jonah Murphy. Jonah, an adorable six year old boy, was born in July 2015 with a very serious and rare heart condition. The son of teaching staff member Edel Glynn and her husband Jonathan Murphy, is affectionately known as “Jonah, the little Heart Warrior”, due to his determination and resilience.
Best wishes to all involved in this worthy cause and if you can spare a few Euro please donate and find out more at the link below:
Claregalway GAA Umbrellas, Coffee Cups and Water Bottles:
Hughes Supervalu in Claregalway have a limited number of Claregalway GAA items available now. Branded coffee cups, water bottles and umbrellas are now available. Thanks to Hughes for stocking these items. For all other gear please check out our website.