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(276) Séamus
Wed, 4 March 2015 10:24:22

NAOMH ÉANNA U6 PEIL | FOOTBALL - FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!

A chairde gaeil,
We have been invited to MacDavitts on Sunday morning 11am-12pm (1hr).
Meeting at all weather pitch at the leisure centre, Grosvenor road, at 10.50, everyone to wear club colours.
Please confirm your son's name and class, if attending, by return (text me - if you dont have my number, try email).
We are swapping with hurling so no one misses out (thanks Niall).
Tá súil agam go bhfuil sibh ann agus bainfidh muid an-sult as.
Na Éanna Óga Abú!

Le meas

Séamus


(275) Séamus
Tue, 3 March 2015 16:53:58

NAOMH ÉANNA - CÚL CAMP SUMMER 2015

We are currently looking for someone to take the lead role in organising the football cúl camp 2015.
Can all interested parties please contact Ciarán McCavana - ciaran@quarteraccountants.com?

Go dté sibh slán


(274) Michael Scott
Mon, 2 March 2015 16:39:24

NAOMH ÉANNA SENIOR FOOTBALL

The senior reserve football campaign for the 2015 season got off to a winning start yesterday afternoon on a scoreline of Naomh Éanna 3.07 to 1.08 v Glenavy.

Goals from Paddy Coogan, Rian Gillan and Chris McAtee were the difference.

Two point down at half time, Naomh Éanna scored 2 goals at the start of the second half which set them up for the win.

Points from Tieran Curran, Sean McCullough (0.02), Daniel Kennedy (0.02), Micky Morgan, and Rian Gillan completed the scoring.

The senior footballers start their season this Thursday evening with an away game v Cargin in the 1st round of the o Cahan cup – throw in 7.30pm.

(273) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Mon, 2 March 2015 13:18:56

GRMA do Claire Curran agus Tesco

Thanks to Claire Curran for orgainsing Tesco bag pack, to many people to thank but great to see such support for a fundraiser.

Beir Bua

Ciarán Mc Cavana

(272) Michael Scott
Mon, 2 March 2015 10:06:00

SOUTH WEST ANTRIM GAA - Results and Fixtures - Sunday 1st March 2015

A Chairde Gaeil
Please see this week's results and forthcoming fixtures.

RESULTS
HEFFRONS OF RANDALSTOWN FEILE FOOTBALL, 1st Round
Sunday 1st March
- St Comgalls 7-06 1-00 St Patricks
- Rasharkin 2-07 2-01 Moneyglass
- St James' defeated Naomh Éanna
- Tir Na Nog 2-13 5-05 All Saints (After extra time)
- Glenravel 7-11 1-02 Glenavy
- Aghagallon 4-06 2-05 Cargin

THE ORCHARD, RANDALSTOWN MCCORMICK CUP, 1st Round
Sunday 1st March
- St Comgalls 0-07 2-09 Creggan
- Naomh Éanna 3-07 1-08 Glenavy
- Rasharkin 0-04 4-08 Cargin

FIXTURES
THORNTON ROOFING O'CAHAN CUP, 1st Round
Thursday 5th March at 7:30pm
- Cargin -v- Naomh Éanna
Extra Time to be played, if necessary

THORNTON ROOFING O'CAHAN CUP, 1st Round
Friday 6th March at 8:00pm (in Magherafelt)
- Portglenone -v- Moneyglass
Extra Time to be played, if necessary

THE ORCHARD, RANDALSTOWN MCCORMICK CUP, 1st Round
Saturday 7th March at 4:00pm
- Ballycastle -v- Portglenone
Extra Time to be played, if necessary

HEFFRONS OF RANDALSTOWN FEILE FOOTBALL, 1st Round
Sunday 8th March at 12:00pm
- Dunloy -v- Sean Stinsons
Extra Time to be played, if necessary

THE ORCHARD, RANDALSTOWN MCCORMICK CUP, 1st Round
Sunday 8th March at 3:30pm
- Glenravel -v- All Saints
- St Patricks -v- Moneyglass
- Aghagallon -v- Tir na Nog
Extra Time to be played, if necessary

THE ORCHARD, RANDALSTOWN MCCORMICK CUP, 1st Round
Date and Time to be confirmed
- Ahoghill -v- St James'
Extra Time to be played, if necessary


(271) Brendan Houston
Sun, 1 March 2015 16:00:57

MARCH MADNESS

Every Sunday in March all pints are £2.40.

(270) Séamus
Sat, 28 February 2015 20:44:24

A Chairde Gaeil,
After a very busy day on the club front everyone deserves a break tonight before training tomorrow and the first day of Seachtain na Gaeilge (2 weeks of Irish language events)
A big thanks everyone who took part, volunteered, participated and helped out in both events today.
Firstly a word on our 20+ coaches, parents, players and teachers that gave up their Saturday to complete the foundation level coaching course. We had two excellent facilitators in Paul Doherty and Dominic (Woody) McKinley who provided a wealth of experience and advice.
Everyone learned something new and useful and can use the network to share and seek answers to any questions if necessary. Level 1 beckons folks!

Secondly the Tesco Fundraiser (no word on the amount just yet), a big word of thanks to everyone who helped, packed bags, and generally took part. This is a big step for the club and was very well received (we plan to do it again).
A special mention to Claire Curran and Kate McGivern who were the main points of contact on the day.
Also a special mention to Brian from Tesco, who ensured that we were well looked after and could not have been more accommodating. Maith thú a chara!

Don’t forget The Club Celebration Dinner is next Friday in Corrs Corner, tickets are still available from behind the bar in the clubhouse.

Le meas
Séamus


(269) Paul McKeown
Thu, 26 February 2015 17:47:25

Naomh Eanna Club Mini Bus

Insurance
Cover is for any driver between 25-70 with a full UK/ROI licence held for at least 2 years
Drivers outside this criteria and / or drivers who have more than 3 penalty points or motoring convictions in the last 5 years need to be referred to the insurers for approval prior to being allowed to drive

Operating Rules
Check the bus before getting in make sure there is nothing loose or hanging off ( Mud guard missing at present) The Wheels nuts are secure and the tyres inflated. If not please let us know
Check the Bus for diesel and water
If the bus will not START or you have trouble STARTING IT let us know
If the red warning lights stays on DO NOT TAKE IT OUT let us know and we can get it repaired
If you damage the bus or it is not driving right please let me know don’t leave it for another driver to find out
When you have finished with the bus please clean it out that means taking all the rubbish out of it ( The bus needs cleaned out at present as someone has left it in a mess)
The Bus is for all the teams and with so many different drivers it is important we all look after it and co-operate with the instructions if not you will be barred from using it

Paul McKeown (Rúnaí)


(268) Paddy Gray
Tue, 24 February 2015 11:10:40

Bord na nÓg Meeting

A Chairde Gaeil,
There is a Bord na nÓg meeting on Thursday 26th February at 7.30pm in the Gaelscoil.
All coaches and mentors are asked to be in attendance.
We have a tight agenda and will endeavour to ensure that all business is covered within the hour.

Le meas

Paddy


(267) Naomh Éanna CLG
Mon, 23 February 2015 17:11:57

The committee and members of Naomh Éanna C.L.G. deeply regret the death of Margaret Ross R.I.P mother of esteemed member Dee and grandmother of players Cormac and Patrick.
We extend our deepest sympathy to them at this sad time.

Funeral arrangements
Margaret's remains will leave John Smith' s Funeral Home Portaferry tomorrow Tuesday at 10.30am to St Patricks Church Ballyphilip for Requiem Mass at 11.00 am, Interment in adjoining graveyard.


(266) Naomh Éanna CLG
Mon, 23 February 2015 14:53:11

Ross, (Portaferry).  
22nd February 2015.
At her home, 55 Church Street, Portaferry.  
Margaret R.I.P. dearly beloved wife of Phil, devoted mother of Gerry and David and much loved Granny of Ciara, Conor, Cormac, Enya and Patrick. Her remains will leave John Smiths’ Funeral Home, Portaferry tomorrow 
Tuesday 24th February at 10.30 am to St. Patrick’s Church, Ballyphilip for Requiem Mass at 11 am.
Interment afterwards in adjoining graveyard. 
Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. 
Deeply regretted by her sons, daughters in law Teresa and Sheelagh, grandchildren, sisters and family circle.

 

 


(265) Paul McKeown
Mon, 23 February 2015 11:02:29

SOUTH WEST ANTRIM GAA - Results and Fixtures


Please see this week's results and forthcoming fixtures.
RESULTS THORNTON ROOFING O'CAHAN CUP,
1st RoundSunday 22nd February- Glenravel 1-05 1-09 Tir Na Nog- Dunloy 1-04 1-10 Aghagallon- Glenavy 3-16 4-19 St James' (After Extra Time)

FIXTURE
SHEFFRONS BAR, RANDALSTOWN FEILE FOOTBALL,
1st Round Sunday 1st March at 12:00pm-
Dunloy -v- Sean Stinsons-
St Comgalls -v- St Patricks- Rasharkin -v- Moneyglass-
St James' -v- Naomh Éanna-
Tir Na Nog -v- All Saints-
Glenravel -v- Glenavy
Aghagallon -v- Cargin
Extra Time to be played, if necessary

THE ORCHARD, RANDALSTOWN MCCORMICK CUP,
1st Round Sunday 1st March at 3:30pm-
All Saints -v- Glenravel- Ballycastle -v- Portglenone- Ahoghill -v- St James' -
St Patricks -v- Moneyglass-
St Comgalls -v- Creggan-
St Endas -v- Glenavy-
Aghagallon -v- Tir Na Nog- Rasharkin -v- Cargin

Extra Time to be played, if necessary

(264) Paul McKeown
Sun, 22 February 2015 12:33:39

NAOMH ÉANNA CLG SENIOR FOOTBALL

A Chairde Gaeil,

The Senior football game is off!

Le meas

Paul

(263) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Tue, 17 February 2015 11:32:05

Maith Thu Conn Nagle who won the first ever GAA 'Wheelchair Hurling Young Player Of The Year' for 2014, Great achievement for Conn and club.

Over the years Conn has been a great inspiration to us all at the club.


Beir Bua

Ciarán Mc Cavana

(262) Séamus
Mon, 16 February 2015 23:26:56

A Chairde Gaeil,
Naomh Éanna is organising a car boot sale on 21st March at 10am - 1pm.
The car park will be closed for this time.
Can all coaches please make contact regarding Game or training access requirement on the day.

Go dté sibh slán

Séamus


(261) Paul McKeown
Mon, 16 February 2015 22:59:53

SLÁINTE IS TÁINTE
Antrim Health and Wellbeing Conference 21st February 2015 @ Dunsilly Hotel

A Chara,
I would like to take this opportunity to invite you, in your position as officers of your club to the first county health and Wellbeing conference on Saturday 21st February in Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim commencing at 9.30 am.

The GAA is breaking new ground as a sporting organisation by seeking to engage our members and communities in which they live in issues including mental health awareness, suicide prevention, addiction, road safety and many more of everyday life challenges. This conference will seek to give participants a brief introduction into a few of these issues by giving examples of the good work that we are already engaging in throughout the county and will also provide an opportunity for club health and wellbeing officers to get the nationally approved training on the day. This will serve as an example of good working practices which can be used in the club maith application process.

I feel it is important to point out at this early stage that our job as volunteers within the GAA is not to become a counselling service, but to signpost our members to the wide range of services that we are working in partnership with across the voluntary, community and statutory sectors in the county. The conference will give participants an indication of the diversity of these organisations and a method of contacting them and engaging with their services.

The overall purpose of the conference is to meet the following objectives:
1. To introduce you to the issue of health and Wellbeing and its role within the GAA structures within the county.
2. To provide you with information that will be of benefit to your club in understanding the nature of the work that is ongoing at county, provincial and national level in the promotion of health and wellbeing for all of our members.
3. To provide you with information about the role of the health and wellbeing officer and how that role can benefit the club.

It is vital that your club is well represented at this conference, and I would encourage all senior officers of your club, as well as your health and Wellbeing officer to be in attendance.

The conference has the full support of myself as county Chairman, and I will be maintaining a close working relationship with the county health and Wellbeing committee and the dedicated club health and wellbeing officers to ensure that we are able to assist our membership in dealing with these challenging issues,

I look forward to seeing you at the conference on 21st February at the Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim.
Is Mise le meas,
Jim Murray
Cathaoirleach

ALL CLUBS IN THE COUNTY HAVE TO BE REPRESENTED
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Please make Paul McKeown aware that you are attend

(260) Joanne Kinnear
Mon, 16 February 2015 22:58:20

ÓCAID BRONNTA GRADAIM NAOMH ÉANNA |
ANNUAL SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT 2015

This year’s senior awards dinner will be held in Corrs Corner Hotel on Friday 6th March 2015.
Our senior squads all had a very successful year last year and so it would be great to see a big turnout from all our adult members, friends and family to recognise their achievements.
As well as a good night’s Craic It is a great opportunity for us a club to come together and showcase Naomh Éanna CLG as a strong vibrant and growing club so buy early and buy often.

Tickets are £25 and are available from any member of the Executive Committee, the senior management teams and from behind the bar.
If you have any special dietary requirements contact Joanne 07860771545.


(259) Claire Curran
Mon, 16 February 2015 22:54:24

CLUB FUNDRAISER - TESCO BAG PACK - WE NEED YOU!

On the 28th February 2015 - Naomh Éanna will be carrying out a bag pack in Tesco at the Abbey Centre.
This is a great opportunity for the club to raise much needed funds.
There is a volunteer rota and time slots will be allocated to groups on the day, you will have an opportunity add your name on the form on the notice board in the club house.

If you want to help out but don't know what to do, now here is your chance!
The contacts for the days will be:

Michaela Mackin - oakbridgedesign@gmail.com
Claire Curran - claireorlaigh1@gmail.com

We will need as much help as possible to ensure that all tills are manned.

We need as much help as possible to ensure that all tills are manned.
We need a minimum of 20 people onsite at any one time, to ensure that our fundraising is a success.

(258) Paddy Gray
Mon, 16 February 2015 09:48:22

A Chairde Gaeil,
The club minibus off the road at the moment, it broke down yesterday and shall be unavailable until further notice.

Le meas

Paddy

(257) Carl Cunningham
Fri, 13 February 2015 11:35:45

CUMANN ROTHAOCHTA NAOMH ÉANNA/ ÉANNA CYCLE CLUB

The cyclists started their training last saturday 07/02/2015 and not the 07/03/2015 as per the previous post.
There was a good turn out of 12 on what turned out to be a lovely morning
Distances ranged from 25 mile up to 45 mile on the day.
They are out tomorrow again and as always the distances and speed can be adjusted to suit the cyclists ability.
If you are interested in going out with them on a Saturday (9.30) or Sunday (10.30) just be at the First Trust Bank bottom of the Hightown Road 10 minutes before the starting time.
A great way off getting fit and the craic is brilliant.



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