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(330) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Thu, 11 June 2015 09:55:52

Maith Sibh

Good win for Senior Hurlers last night away to Glenravel, following up win at the weekend by Senior footballers away to Rasharkin , hopefully winning steak continuities and the Senior Girls Footballers win their next match.

Naomh Eanna Abu

(329) Kieran Megraw
Tue, 9 June 2015 21:08:38

A Cairde
Can you forward to me by Mon 15th June , a list of your current P7 players and which Post Primary school they going to in Sept 2015 . The reason behind this is to provide a list to each of post primary schools of players who are playing for clubs and to encourage the schools to be involved at Year 8 level . Please advise parents that I am forwarding their child's name to a school. Any queries/suggestions get in touch.

name / new school / current school / hurling or football or both / parent contact number

Go raibh maith agaibh

(328) Naomh Éanna CLG
Thu, 4 June 2015 13:36:26

The committee and members of Naomh Eanna C.L.G deeply regret the death of Roisin Burns wife of well known former player John Burns we offer our sincere sympathies to him and entire family circle

Roisin's remains will leave her late residence 246 Upper Meadow Street at 9.30am to arrive at St Patricks Church for 10.00am Requiem Mass .Funeral afterwards to Milltown Cemetery

(327) Roisin O
Sun, 31 May 2015 17:55:09

A very big thank you to everyone who attended the pub quiz last Friday night up at the clubhouse. We raised a fantastic £234 for a very good cause.
The craic was brilliant and a massive note of thanks to Paddy Gray for acting as question master and Claire Curran for keeping the scores!!
The standard was very high with some very hard questions especially the GAA round and the general knowledge round.
Congratulations to "Still Thinking" the winners and to all the other teams who took part and also to the Wooden Spoons... ( "Ni Maith Linn Soccer.." you know who you are....Ciaran McCavana!!!!)
It was a great night's craic and hopefully we'll have another one soon!!
Thanks again to everyone who came!!

(326) Enda
Sat, 23 May 2015 13:13:34

Good luck to our girls playing in the Ulster U14 final tomorrow in Tyrone. Enjoy the day and the match. And great for our club to have 6 girls involved at this level. Best of luck - Orla, Molly, Katie, Claire, Cliodhna and Shannon!

(325) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Fri, 22 May 2015 14:03:11

Faoi 8 Peil na mBann /Under 8 girls Football

We play Go games this Saturday (23/05/15) 10.30 am Throw in at Sarsfeilds.

Can all players please ensure ,gum shields,water and adequate clothing.

Go up Andersosntown Road , continue past Shaws Road ( were you turned off for Naomh Pol and Rossa matches), 1/4 of a mi on right hand side you will see the 'Hunting Lodge Bar ', 50 yards past this bar , take right onto Stewartstown Park, after ten yards take first right onto Stewartstown Avenue, follow road and Sarsfeilds first road on Right.

Adh Mor

Ciarán Mc Cavana

(324) Séamus
Fri, 15 May 2015 19:08:57

A Chairde Gaeil,
One of our under 8 footballers left his bag behind him on Wednesday evening after training on the Go Games pitch.
It is a blue bag (George the pig, with a rocket on it), it is urgent that the bag is returned as there is medication in it.
Contact me or Deccy as soon as possible

Go dté sibh Slán

(323) Michael Scott
Wed, 13 May 2015 09:38:21

Naomh Éanna senior football reserves 1.7 Gort na Mona 5.7

Naomh Éanna had a disappointing visit to Gort Na Mona on Sunday, with another changes squad Naomh Éanna were beaten by 4 goals. However, despite the scoreline there were several positives to be taken from the game.
At half time the score was Gort na Mona 2.1 Naomh Éanna 1.3. At the start of the second half Naomh Éanna scored a great goal from Minor player Owen Kinnear but for some unknown reason the referee only awarded a point. This seemed to unsettle Naomh Éanna, and their discipline went. The referee started handing out yellow cards and unfortunately for us we lost 2 players. With 2 additional players Gort na Mona pushed on and won the game with a bit to spare.

Hopefully the injury to Gerard Corrigan is not serious and congratulations to Ciaran Thompson making his debut for the senior reserves.

The team was – Kevin Parkes, Domo Millar, Gerard Corrigan, Ciaran Hughes, Ciaran Thompson, Eoghan O Neill, Stephen McFall (0.3), Brian Flannigan, Stephen Dowds, Cormac Jennings, Mark Mooney, Conor Hughes (0.2), Owen Kinnear (0.1), Chris Doyle, Marty Quinn (1.1), subs Daire Woods, Patsy Dorrian, Pierce McFall.

Naomh Éanna Senior football team 0.6 Gort na Mona 1.11

Sundays match v Gort Na Mona did not have a happy ending. Despite playing relatively well in the first half Naomh Éanna collapsed in the second half and only scored one point. At half time Gort were leading 1.3 to 0.5 and Naomh Éanna had only themselves to blame for being behind, several chances were squandered and with a bit of luck should have been ahead by 3 or 4 points. The 2nd half was totally different. Once Gort got 3 ahead their confidence lifted and they scored points from well out the field. Naomh Éanna struggled all over the pitch, and the few chances they did create they were unable to convert them into scores.

The team was – P Flood, Colm McGowan, Damian Gault, Fintan Eastwood, Conor Maxwell, Kevin Hillen, Philly Curann, Ruairi Scott (0.1), Kristan Healy, James MacAuley (0.2), Donal Walsh, Peter Healy, Conall Scott (0.1), Rian Gillan (0.1), Daniel Kennedy (0.1), subs Eoin McNulty, Mark Owens

(322) Eugene McGoldrick
Wed, 13 May 2015 09:32:48

Naomh Éanna Senior hurlers take on St Teresa’s on Wed night at 7.15pm
Our Team is team is going for their fourth win in the league.
Hopefully you can all get up to support the club on Wed.

Naomh Éanna Abú

(321) Peadar Ó Catháin
Fri, 8 May 2015 09:55:34

A chairde, I don't know what has happened the klast two times I tried to put up an update on Girls' Football! I promise I didn't fall asleep at the computer!
Under 10 girls have had three enjoyable and fun blitzes so far- at Carryduff, Naomh Gall and O'Donovan Rossa. Great numbers at training on Sundays 11.30-12.30. Maith sibh, a ghirseachaí!
Under 12 girls have had three great performances so far this year- against Lámh Dhearg and Naomh Pól A and B. Next game tonight against Sarsfields away. Mo cheol sibh, a chailíní!

(320) Peadar Ó catháin
Sun, 3 May 2015 18:25:33

Girls Football Update: Peil na ngirseach.

(319) Róisín O'Hare
Sat, 2 May 2015 21:03:13

A Chairde Gaeil,

We are currently collecting tokens for a promotion being run by Gaelic Life ( "your dedicated weekly GAA newspaper") for a free juvenile training pack.
We need to collect 100 tokens between now and the closing date of 17th July.
So if you or anyone you know (friends, mothers, fathers, aunties, uncles, grannies or grandas ) read Gaelic Life could you please collect the tokens and give them to either myself or Seamus.
Also if you could pass the word to any parents or team members who may be avid readers of the paper too, we would be very grateful. Thanking you in advance.

Is mise le meas

(318) Róisín O'Hare
Sat, 2 May 2015 21:01:50

A Chairde Gaeil,

There will be a Bord na nÓg meeting on Wednesday 13th May at 7:30pm in the Gaeilscoil.
If you have any items for the agenda or apologies please send to Paddy (pgraybuildingservices@hotmail.co.uk).

Is mise le meas

(317) Pat McIntyre
Sat, 2 May 2015 20:51:22

A Chairde Gaeil,
The winning of the monthly club draw (April) is Harry O'Hanlon.
Maith Thú Harry.

Le meas

(316) Paddy Gray
Sat, 2 May 2015 20:48:10

A Chairde Gaeil,
Due to the bad weather, all of tomorrows training has been cancelled.

Le meas


(315) Carl Cunningham
Fri, 1 May 2015 11:12:26

Last Saturday as a lot of you will know was the day of the St Énda's charity cycle.

11 cyclists left the club on what was a cold wet morning, they quickly broke into two different groups of Mickey's flyers and Gary's grinders and cycled to Armagh for the first stop. Time to get a bite to eat and change out of wet cycling gear.
Next was the long part of the cycle from Armagh to BallyJamesDuff in Co Cavan.
The weather picked up and thankfully all the cyclists completed the journey without any injuries and only the one puncture so not a bad days cycling .
The cyclists were: Mickey Devlin, Gary Bartlett, Michael McLaughlin, Barry Harper, Scott Lewis, Gerard McEvoy, Peaches, Jim O'Neill (hope you have a speedy recovery),Dara McCoille,Marty Ryan and myself.
A couple of thank you's to people who made the journey safe and got us there and back safely.
Mickey Devlin and Gary Bartlett for planning the route booking the hotel etc.
Kevin Devlin and DeeDee for drining the van and Conor Bartlett for driving the Mini-Bus.
Now to start planning for next year.

(314) peadar ó catháin
Fri, 1 May 2015 09:36:32

Girls football update:

(313) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Fri, 24 April 2015 08:18:49

Adh Mor Oraibh

Good luck to all the cyclists taking part in this weeks club cycle to Cavan, have a safe journey.

(312) Eugene McGoldrick
Thu, 23 April 2015 15:36:10

Naomh Éanna - Senior Hurlers have two good wins this week.

First up on Monday, the senior reserve hurlers played Lámh Dhearg in the South Antrim Senior hurling League and recorded a win by the minimum. It was a hard fought game and the score from both teams keeping them in the game until the very end.
Next up for the reserves is St Johns on Monday 27th, at Corrigan Park.

The Senior hurlers kept up their fine start to the season with a third straight win. Having accounted for Rasharkin (away) and Shane O’Neills (at home) the lads were keen to overcome a Bredagh team who played Division 2 hurling last year.
There was never much in the game by way of scores, however the free taking of Bredagh definitely kept the south Belfast team in the game. In the last 15 minutes however, the our senior hurlers just dug a little deeper to keep the scoreboard turning over and finished the stronger and with a 3 point winning margin.
Next up is St Teresa’s on the 13th May at Naomh Éanna.

Results from Wednesday 22nd April 2015
7 00 PM, Naomh Éanna 0-20 3-8 Bredagh @ Naomh Éanna | Ref - Eamon Hamill | Round 3

(311) Daniel Kennedy
Sun, 19 April 2015 20:36:42

Senior Ladies Div 2 Result: NE 2:9 to 0:3 Ardoyne
The Senior Ladies bounced back from an opening game defeat to a very strong St. Paul's side last weekend with a win in this week's Div 2 league game against Ardoyne. A fantastic team performance from start to finish, with excellent defensive play throughout as well as unstoppable support and attacking play. The girls dominated the game throughout and ran out 2:9 to 0:3 winners. It will be a tough season in Div 2 but good to get the first points on the board.
Scorers - Brónagh Meighan​ (1:2), Marie McDonald​ (1:1), Maeve Higgins​ (0:2), Una O'Neill (0:1), Eilis Crickard​ (0:1), Jane McNulty (0:1) and Aoife McCullough (0:1).

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