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(303) Eugene McGoldrick
Fri, 10 April 2015 21:45:33

Senior Hurlers play Shane O'Neill's Glenarm this Sunday 12 April at 3pm at the Club. This is our first home league match and we hope to build on the win last week away to Rasharkin.

All support appreciated.


(302) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Fri, 10 April 2015 09:00:12

Club clean up , this Sunday 12th April 10-12am, , the more people helping the better, please bring along any equipment you may feel is useful, e.g. Petrol strimmer’s, wheel barrows , shovel, cable ties, blag bin liners etc.

Feel free to pass this message on .


(301) Michael Scott
Thu, 9 April 2015 14:34:17

First senior football league match of the 2015 season - Naomh Éanna v Rasharkin

Last night our senior footballers made their return to all county division 2 football after a 3 year exile in division 3. Played on the Paddy Laverty pitch which was in pristine condition, the senior footballers made a nervous start against Rasharkin who were playing in division 2 after their relegation from division 1 last season.
Rasharkin opening the scoring with a close in free after 3 minutes, this was to be the only time they would lead the game. It took Naomh Éanna 7 minutes before they would register their first score with a pointed free from Ruairi Scott. Two minutes later Rian Gillen received a black card for a late challenge on the Rasharkin keeper. This seemed to unsettle Naomh Éanna and they struggled for a period before Kristan Healy scored the next point in the thirteenth minute. Rasharkin drew level with their first point from play but Naomh Éanna hit a purple spell and scored 4 points without reply with scores coming from Ruairi Scott (2), Philly Curran and Sean McCullough. Naomh Éanna were playing well at this stage and could have been much further ahead but for some poor shooting. Rasharkin pulled a point back before the break with another close in free.

After the break Naomh Éanna made one change with Donal Walsh replacing Eoin McNulty. Rasharkin started the 2nd half with the wind behind them and registered the first score of the half after 2 minutes. For the next 10 minutes the match became a game of chess, both teams countered each other out. Then Naomh Éanna hit 1.3 (including a rare point from full back Conor Smyth), without reply and put the game beyond Rasharkin’s reach. Indeed Naomh Éanna really should have worked the scoreboard much more. Several goal opportunities went a begging and quite a few shots dropped short into the keepers arms.

The game petered out as a contest and no further scores were registered in the last 10 minutes.

All in all it was an encouraging start by Naomh Éanna. The team was relatively young, eleven players from last year’s u 21 team including two 18 year olds and six 19 year olds. Next up is an away game v Tir na Og on Sunday 19 April.

The team was – Chris Losty, Fintan Eastwood, Conor Smyth (0.1), Conor Maxwell, Ryan Kennedy, Kevin Hillen, Damian Gault, Philly Curran (0.1), Sean McCullough (0.1), Kristan Healy (0.1), Ruairi Scott (0.4,1f), Eoin McNulty, Peter Healy, Conall Scott, Rian Gillen, subs James MacAuley (1.0), Donal Walsh (0.1), Daniel Kennedy, Paddy Coogan, Tieran Curran.


(300) Paul McKeown
Wed, 8 April 2015 10:47:32

A Chairde Gaeil,

ULSTER U17 BLITZ

Antrim U17's are playing at the club on Saturday between 12--3pm
The Antrim team will play in the blitz against Louth and Monaghan.



(299) Niall Murphy
Wed, 8 April 2015 10:45:42

A Chairde

Naomh Éanna CLG (St Enda's GAC) are delighted to advise that we have been able to secure the exceptional Brassneck Theatre production 'Man in the Moon' for Friday 1st May. Since the play was last at the club in 2013, it has gone on to win International awards on Broadway New York, London, Endinurgh and Brussels. Indeed we are lucky to be the only venue outside the Lyric Theatre and the Roddy McCorley club to present the play this year in Belfast.

There will be musical entertainment after the play as well.

We anticipate tickets to sell out very quickly so please contact me as soon as possible to book your place.

Go raibh maith agaibh

Niall Murphy
07976070036


(298) Caoimhín Ó Ceállaigh
Thu, 2 April 2015 20:39:59

Ulster GAA Coach Academy Application Form - closing date: Friday 17th April

Please pass on the this superb learning opportunity to all your Hurling and Football Coaches

closing date: Friday 17th April

To complement the coaching qualification pathway, the Ulster GAA Coach Academy, will provide a number of short workshops/courses to further develop coaching expertise over a period of 12months.

The key aim is to support and develop coaches' knowledge and application of technical, tactical, physiological and psychological/lifestyle factors that affect a player’s and ultimately a team’s performance.
The Academy is for Gaelic Football, Hurling and ladies Gaelic Football coaches.

In 2014 we had some very high profile tutors who worked with the coaches on the Academy:
Kieran McGeeny (Current Armagh Manager)
John Allan (former Cork/ Limerick Hurling Manager)
Paddy Tally (Current Derry Coach)
Mick Dempsey (Current Kilkenny Coach)
Kevin Ryan (Current Antrim Hurling Manager)
Anthony McGrath (Donegal Minor Coach)
Jim McCorry (Current Down Manager)

Who is it for
• Coaches committed to working at performance level, i.e. county academy squad, minor, U21 or senior level.
• Coaches who have Completed a level 1 (Gaelic, Hurling, Ladies Gaelic, Camogie) Coaching Qualification
Duration and Dates
Coaches will have to attend 4 weekends over the year involving a Friday evening and Saturday
1. 12th – 13th June
2. 24th – 25th July
3. 11th – 12th September
4. 30th – 31st October
Attendance at all dates is compulsory, as is the requirement to complete all tasks set

Academy Content
Workshops to include: Performance analysis; Coaching session preparation; Coaching Systems of Play; Coaching attacking play; Coaching defensive play; Winning the changing room; and much more
How to Apply
• Download an Application form from the Ulster GAA Website http://ulster.gaa.iehttp://www.ulsterladiesgaelic.com
• All Gaelic Football & Hurling Application forms must be approved and signed off by your County Coaching Officer and Games Development Manager
• All Ladies Gaelic Football Application forms must be approved and signed off by your County Ladies Football Development Officer
• The closing date to summit completed applications forms is Friday 17th April at 4:00pm, all successful candidates will be notified before Friday 1st May.
• Please return All application forms to:
Ulster Coach Academy,
Ceannarás Uladh,
8-10 Market Street,
Armagh,
BT61 7BX


Any queries please contact:
Gaelic Football: Tony Scullion tony.scullion.ulster@gaa.ie 077 9512 0438
Hurling: Kevin Kelly kevin.kelly.ulster@gaa.ie 079 2052 8794
Ladies Gaelic Football: Sheena Kelly sheena.kelly.ulster@gaa.ie 077 9516 0979


Kevin Kelly
Ulster Hurling Development Officer
Caoimhín Ó Ceállaigh
Oifigeach Forbartha Iománaíochta Uladh


(297) Brendan Houston
Thu, 2 April 2015 19:30:43

NAOMH ÉANNA PRESENTS THE KOPY KATS

The fabulous Kopy Kats
Saturday 4th April 2015
Naomh Éanna CLG
From 8pm till Late

ADMISSION £3



Easter Saturday at Naomh Éanna (St Enda's).
The 'Kopy Kats' return for another great nights entertainment and craic.
Tickets available (only £3) from Brendan Houston 07802 546749.
Can pay at the door however do so early as a good crowd is expected.
See you there.


(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.


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