The score in the Division 1 Round 1 match held on Friday last was:
Claregalway 2:11 0:10 Mountbellew/Moylough
A 7 point win and a great start to our league campaign!
The Cahill cup game that was set for Saturday against Caltra was called off due to adverse weather
and pitch conditions. It has been provisionally rescheduled for Sunday the 19 th of March in
Knockdoemore. Throw in time is set for 17:00
Our Junior A team had a fine win against Mountbellew/Moylough on Sunday. The score was 3:15 to
1:09. A great start to their division 4A campaign.
Keep up to date with all of our mens fixtures and results here: https://bit.ly/CGAAFR
Well done to Luc O’Connor and Kyle Long who were part of the Galway Under 20 squad that won
the John Kerins cup with the Galway Under 20’s at the weekend.
Our Easter camp will run from 10:00 to 14:00 on the 3 rd to the 6 th of April (Monday to Thursday). It
is designed for ages 6-13. Please contact Ruth on 0858345858 to book places. Bookings must be
made in advance. 50 euro for the first child, 40 euro for the second child or 120 euro for a family of
three or more.
We are almost halfway through the term of the syndicate and so far winnings haven’t been
significant however there are still six tickets and over 6 month worth of draws to play.
You will find full ticket and winnings details on www.claregalwaygaa.net.
Online Lotto Draw:
The top prize next Monday is €8,400 with three lucky dips of €50 each also up for grabs. Play online
before 19:00 on the Monday of the draw.
Play at https://bit.ly/carnmoreclaregalway or search for Claregalway Carnmore online to be in with a
chance of winning the jackpot or a lucky dip! 3 lines in one draw for five euro or entry into multiple
advance draws at reduced rates.
Winners last week:
€50.00 Kilian Keane
€50.00 Niall Clarke
€50.00 Samantha Harte
Thanks to all of you that have signed up.
Play now for a chance to join them and a chance to win the big prize or buy a subscription as a gift
Thanks for your continuing support!
Membership for 2023 is now due. Rates remain as they were for the past number of years. Thanks to
those of you that have registered already for this year.
The income from membership goes towards paying for team registrations, player injury funds
payments, player registrations with the GAA and LGFA, debt repayments on our Knockdoemore
facilities and a whole host of ongoing expenses for the club.
A number of teams have already returned to training and the remainder of our younger teams will be
back training in March and April. Please note that GAA rules require all players be registered before
return to on field activities.
Installment plans are available for certain membership types and if you are in difficulty with
payments please contact one of our committee noted on the membership page.
Thank you again for your prompt processing of registration as it significantly reduces workload on
our volunteers and coaches involved in registrations within the club.
The club shop is available 24/7/365 here: