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(296) Séamus
Thu, 2 April 2015 19:29:50

HURLING
1. A Yellow Card does not carry into extra time.

2. Referee may consult with a neutral linesman concerning the validity of a score.

3. Penalty – One defending player on the goal-line who may not move towards the 20m line until the ball has actually been struck. The player taking the penalty may place it up to 7m back from the 20m line and within the arc but must strike the ball on or outside the 20m line.

4. For free pucks for Technical Fouls committed inside the large rectangle and awarded on the centre point of the 20m line, a maximum of five players may stand on the goal-line and may not move forward until the ball has been struck. The player taking the free puck may place the ball up to 7m back from the 20m line and within the arc but must strike it on or outside the 20m line.

5. For a 20m free puck awarded for a foul committed outside the large rectangle, all players shall stand a minimum of 20m from the point of award of the free and may not move closer to that point until the ball has been struck.

6. Rule 2.4 and 4.16 – If a defending player(s) fouls before the ball is struck and a goal does not result, the referee shall give the penalty taker/free taker the option of re-taking the Penalty Puck/Free Puck or of having a point scored to stand.


7. If a player taking a Penalty Puck or other Free Puck awarded on the 20m line fails to lift the ball at the first attempt or fails to strike it with the hurley, even if the action causes it to marginally cross the 20m line, he shall be allowed to strike the ball on the ground without delay.

8. Advantage – Referee may allow the play to continue for up to 5 seconds after a foul; if no advantage accrues during that 5 seconds he may subsequently award a free puck for the foul.
(This is the same rule that has been in place in football for the past year; no advantage accruing would include such instances of a pass going astray, another player moving in to tackle as soon as the fouled player gets away from the initial foul, a shot taken within the five seconds which goes wide, a shot taken within the 5 seconds which is saved by the goalkeeper etc; in these instances the referee should come back and award the original free.
If a player/team who had been awarded an advantage commits a foul within the 5 second period then the free shall be awarded against him for the subsequent foul)

FOOTBALL
1. A Yellow Card does not carry into extra time.

2. Referee may consult with a neutral linesman concerning the validity of a score.

3. Rule 2.3 and 4.16 – If a defending player(s) fouls at a Penalty Kick situation before the ball is kicked and a goal does not result, the referee shall give the penalty taker the option of re-taking the Penalty Kick or of having a point scored to stand.


(295) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Thu, 2 April 2015 15:34:20

Adh mor oraibh

Good luck to our three Senior teams in their league campaigns for 2015.






(294) Cumann Rocthaiochta Éanna
Sun, 29 March 2015 19:13:03

Charity Cycle 2015

St Ènda's cyclist will be doing their annual charity cycle on Saturday 25/04/2015.
This years cycle is from the club house to Cavan and will be a total of 119 miles.
12 cyclists will be completing the journey all in the aid of charity.
This years charity is Cancer Lifeline details of the work they carry out can be found on their website http://www.cancerlifeline.info
There will also be a donation made to the club.
If anyone would like to sponsor any of the cyclists for this worthy cause can complete a sponsor form in the club. Forms will be left behind the bar.
Training is still on every Saturday (9.30) and Sunday (10.30) leaving from the Frst Trust Bank at the bottom of the Hightown Road all abilities are catered for.

(293) Enda Hayes
Mon, 23 March 2015 22:42:20

Congratulations to Katie Shortt, Claire Shortt, Molly McAuley and Cliodhna Kane on making it through the final selection for the County U14 football team. The first group match in the Ulster Championship is against Armagh in Lurgan this Saturday.

(292) Tony Curran
Mon, 23 March 2015 18:53:38

Jelly Bean challenge.

The winner of the guess the number of jelly beans in the jar was Eoin Jennings (closest correct guess) 0f 1535 jelly beans. Actual number in jar was 1505.

Look out for further competitions throughout the year

(291) Daniel Kennedy
Sun, 22 March 2015 21:51:28

Senior Ladies Result - NE 2:15 v 0:5 Lamh Dhearg
First challenge game of the season and off to a good start, with a good win against Lamh Dhearg. Some fantastic play, with the girls doing exactly what was asked of them and the things being worked on in training were evident throughout the game. It was a bonus that all 24 girls involved tonight got game time as well.
Scorers - Bronagh Meighan (2:3), Marie McDonald (0:4), Niamh Morgan (1:2), Caoimhe McConnell (0:2), Aoife McCullough (0:1), Maeve Higgins (0:1), Niamh Cochrane (0:1), Lisa Marie Maskey (0:1).

(290) Paddy Gray
Sun, 22 March 2015 19:40:35

A Chairde Gaeil,

Club, School and Community Clean-up day.
On Sunday 12th April, we have organised a club, school and community clean-up day.
Everyone is encouraged to come along a help in any way possible.
Meeting in the main car park at 10am to 12pm.

There is plenty to be done and if you can bring along any equipment that could help with the clean-up that would be appreciated (brushes, spades, shovels, black bags, lawnmowers, strimmer's etc…).


(289) Paddy Gray
Sun, 22 March 2015 19:34:19

A Chairde Gaeil,
On Sunday mornings the lane to the Go Games and Top pitches shall be only open to coaches, all parents and guardians are encouraged to park in the main car park and avail of Café Éanna, for Tea, Coffee etc...

le meas
Paddy

(288) Tony Curran
Thu, 19 March 2015 22:07:42

Taking your children training on Sunday mornings?why not drop into the club for tea or coffee , chat and Craic while your kids train .Meet old friends make new ones One club ,One family One Vision.

Club open from 9:30am serving Tea Coffee Hot Chocalate and cuppa soup

(287) Paul McKeown
Mon, 16 March 2015 10:53:08

A chara,

We are struggling for coaches/mentors to be involved with U17 football squad who are currently trialling. We would ask you to consider a coach from your club who is currently involved at Minor age group who has Foundation and Level 1 coaching awards and would be ideal candidate for getting involved with Liam McGoldrick who is manager.

Any queries please get in touch.

Paul Doherty

Antrim GAA Coaching and Games Dept.
Social Economy Village
1B Hannahstown Hill
Belfast
BT17 0XS

Mobile - 07593 132182
Office - 028 90300 172
email: paul.doherty.gpo.antrim@gaa.ie


(286) Sinéad Quinn
Mon, 16 March 2015 10:52:11

Lá Fhéile Pádraig ag Naomh Éanna CLG

• 2pm - All Ireland Senior Hurling Club Championship Final on the big screen
• 2-5pm - Arts , crafts , face painting and fun activity bus on site for Children
• 3.30pm - An Irish dancing master class provided by the Doherty school of dance
• 4pm - All Ireland Senior Football Club Championship Final on the big screen
• 5.30pm - No need to go home for your tea as Stew and Wheaton available on site
• 6-8 pm - A live traditional session with top class musicians
• 8-11 - Local signer song writer live acoustic session


(285) Róisín O'Hare
Mon, 16 March 2015 10:49:13

A Chairde,
As we're sure you are aware the feast day of Naomh Eanna is the 21st March. Our annual Club Mass will be held next Saturday (21st) at 6pm Mass in St Bernard' s. We would like all club members to be in attendance. Please ask your team members attending to wear club colours. Looking forward to seeing a great turnout from the club.
Is Sinne Le Meas


(284) Eugene McGoldrick
Mon, 16 March 2015 10:45:23

To celebrate the feast of Naomh Éanna (St Enda) March 21st, all club members are invited to St Bernards mass 6pm Sat 21st.
Members are asked to wear club colours.

(283) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Fri, 13 March 2015 11:09:34

Faoi 8 Peil Gael na mBan/U 8 Girl's football

First games of the season for under 8 gilrs a go games.

Date: Saturday 14.03.2015
Throw in ;10.30am (So can all squad picked for games be their by 10.15am, ready to play)
Venue: Naomh Gall/St Gall's

Directions;Come of motor way Bourcher road exit, Big steel Ball sculpture , take third turn off for Donegal Road,you will pass Park Centre on right hand side, go to top of Road at lights turn left on to Falls Road, go up road about 1/4 mile, you will past St Louises school on left hand side, just past that is a small lane with beauty/hair saloon, go down this lane to Naomh Gall, their are two pitches, not sure which one we are playing on, If you pass Maguire's Petrol station you have went to far.

Please ensure all children wear club colours , football boots, mouth guards, have adequate clothing for cold weather and bring water, three matches will last no more than ten minutes each, so should be finished no later than 11.30am

Support welcome, and remember club rules, respect for children, yourself, other fellow Gaels and officials

Adh Mor.

Ciarán Mc Cavana


(282) Proinsias Ó Coinne
Tue, 10 March 2015 13:43:28

Note from the Secretary Antrim

It’s with deep regret that we inform you of the death of Jim Nelson former Antrim Senior Hurling Manager.
Our sympathies go to his wife Lilly and Children Linda, Ciara and Hugh.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam


(281) Cumann Rocthaiochta Éanna
Mon, 9 March 2015 12:25:37

Cumann Rocthaiochta Éanna
There will be a meeting in the club on Friday (13th) atv 8.00pm for anyone that is doing this years charity cycle.
To ensure numbers please bring £20 deposit for your hotel.
This years charity and the route will also be discussed.

(280) Michael Scott
Fri, 6 March 2015 14:22:37

Report from Michael Scott on last night’s match.

The senior footballers played their first competitive game of the season last night against a very strong Cargin side under flood lights in Toome.
To use the old cliché – “it was a game of two halves”
Naomh Éanna started well and but for some poor shooting could well have been going in slightly ahead at half time, the half time scoreline showed the home team to be in front on a a scoreline of 1.04 to 0.03.
On the commencement of the second period, Cargin introduced 5 current county players (the 2 McCann’s, Crosier, Carron and Scullion) to add to their team which already contained several other county players. The gulf in class really showed, The Toome side rattled off 2.13 to Naomh Éanna 2 points in the second half. The final score was 3.17 to 0.05.

Naomh Éanna team was: –
Ruairi Scott, Fintan Eastwood, Conor Smyth, Ryan Kennedy, Conor Maxwell, Kevin Hillen, Peter Healy, Philly Curran (0.01), Daniel Kennedy, Kristan Healy (0.01), Conall Scott (0.02), James MacAuley (0.01), Damian Gault, Rian Gillan, Paddy Coogan, Michael Morgan, Eoin McNulty, Tiernan Curran.


(279) Joanne
Fri, 6 March 2015 10:01:48

A chairde Gaeil,

A quick reminder about tonight folks.
Dinner at 8pm.

See you all there.

(278) Paul McKeown
Thu, 5 March 2015 15:47:09

A chara,

Please note that the two motions below, as passed at Congress, will not become rule until 1 January 2016.

(50)
That Rule 6.16 - Official Guide Part 1 – Age Grades (page 83) in respect of Adult and Under 21 Grades be amended to read as follows:
Adult
- Club - be over 17 years
- Inter-County - be over 18 years
Under 21
- Club - be under 21 years and over 16 years
- Inter-County – be under 21 years and over 18 years

Rest of the Rule to remain unaltered.


(51)
That Rules 6.21 - Official Guide Part 1 – Inter-County Players Availability to Clubs (page 88) be amended by the addition of the following as Section (c):
A player on an Inter-County Minor panel shall not play in Adult Club League Competitions/Challenge Games until his Inter-County activity for the year is concluded.
An Inter-County panellist is defined as a player listed in a panel of 24 players on March 1st, and which may be amended and confirmed to the County Secretary on a monthly basis thereafter.”

Rules possibly affected – Official Guide Part 1 - Rules 6.12, 6.13 and 6.16.


(277) Enda Hayes
Wed, 4 March 2015 15:17:35

NAOMH ÉANNA - PEIL NA MBAN

The U14 girls are playing for the top trophy in the Winter League on Saturday at the Waterworks.
From 20 teams, we are in the top 4 and hopeful (confident) of winning.
There is a preliminary game at 3pm (not involving us).
Our game should be at about 3.15.

Other teams have had good support throughout the group matches and I am sure that will increase on Saturday.
It would be great if we could get as many as possible out to cheer the girls on.

We have contacted as many people as possible and encourage everyone to come out an support the Women's football team

GRMA

Enda


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