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Our U10’s enjoyed an end of season trip away to Lough Key Forest Park today (16th of Oct) to complete Boda Borg. The lads played 3 games against Boyle before their trip to Lough Key. Many thanks to Boyle GAA club for facilitating the games and for their hospitality.
Some wonderful football was on display from both sides in difficult conditions. Our final outdoor session of the year takes place next Sunday (23rd of Oct) with an U9/U10 internal blitz.

Congratulations to our Minor footballers who were winners of the North Board A Championship County Final Caherlistrane 0-7 v Claregalway 3-12, which was held last weekend in Tuam Stadium.

The U-12 Girls rounded off a great weekend for the Club when they won the County A Championship Final today. The played Kilkerrin/Clonbern in Belclare. The heavy showers made playing conditions difficult but the Claregalway Girls played brilliant and won by 3 points. Well done to the Managment Helen and David the panel of players and their families and supporters who were in Belclare.

Lotto jackpot at € 13,700 . Get you tickets in to ensure you are in with a chance to win. As the jackpot has rarely increased to this level so we expect a winner very soon. The winning numbers for Monday 10th Oct were 4 17 24 31. John Noone Crusheen was the only match three winner and the sellers prize went to Aiden Grealish.

October 9th. was the last training session of the years for U8’s. Many thanks to mentors, lads and parents for a great season of football.

We would like to invite anyone interested in joining the Club Coaching Committee to make their interest known to a Club Officer or by return email to this email address. It is an opportunity for you to participate in the organisation of coaching and influence the direction & nature of coaching in the club. The coaching committee have responsibility across Ladies, Juvenile and Adult Clubs. This invite is extended to all and can be circulated to any interested individuals.

Congratulations to the Carnmore U15 hurlers who won the U15A County title against Athenry in Ballinasloe.

Currently, Lakeview pitch is being heavily used by the Club and school and on top of the recent wet weather the pitch is cutting up badly. Also some coaches insist on doing drills on the main pitch despite the fact that the small pitch is available for this type of training. We would hope that coaches would adhere to the following guidelines;

  • No drills on main pitch – use the small pitch only.

  • No pre-match or pre-training warm-ups on main pitch – use the small pitch only.

  • Use the main pitch for game training and matches only. Coaches to use their discretion regarding the condition of the main pitch for training – if it is not suitable for play, change your training plan and use the small pitch.Thanks for your cooperationPlease note that when you book Cairde Mor, Knockdoemore Park or Lakeview for any use be it training or matches or a Blitz, you are responsible for the cleaning up of same. Please leave the club house and pitch as you would expect to find it. This includes sweep up rooms / toilets /kitchen; Leave kitchen tidy; Ensure that flags are brought in before you leave;
    Lock up and close gates at the end of the evening; Take all black bag /rubbish away with you;
    Encourage your teams to help with this, as many hands make light work. Many thanks for your co-operation.

Sports clubs across the county have been warned to step up security on their premises as scrap metal thieves target valuable cabling as easy pickings.