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(191) Peadar Ó Catháin
Sat, 6 December 2014 11:59:19

Can anyone tell me what the jerseys are that are pictured on the website? They look great but I can't tell if they are anything to do with Naomh Éanna or not. Is there an explanation somewhere and I'm too stupid to see it on the site? ( Fairly likely!) Could someone throw some light on this, le do thoil? Peadar/Peter.

(190) Séamus
Fri, 5 December 2014 15:31:52

Register for the Game Changer! Sports Development Conference, which takes place on Wednesday 10 December 2014.

http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/leisure/sportsdevelopment/conference.aspx​

The 10th annual conference will showcase the best of sports development procedures and good practice.

Special guests:

Alanna Audley- Murphy, Commonwealth boxing medallist
Michael McKillop, Paralympic medallist.
The keynote speaker is Philip Lane, Head of Sport Development at Greenwich Leisure Limited.

This year’s conference is for clubs, coaches, parents, teachers, players and sports development personnel. It will take place as follows:

Date: Wednesday 10 December 2014
Time: from 6pm
Venue: Holiday Inn, 22 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast, BT2 8HS
Fee: £5 if you pre-register and £10 if you register at the event

(189) Tony Curran
Tue, 2 December 2014 15:06:47

Coaching Link
Please find the link that all of our coaches will find interesting.
http://learning.gaa.ie/planner/

(188) Séamus
Tue, 2 December 2014 15:04:29

Aontroim Faoi 18 | Antrim Minor Team
Comhghairdeas do na buachaillí, Congratulations to Anthony Curran, also Joe Maskey, Odhran Eastwood Micheal McNamee and Joe McNamee.
All have been selected to play for the county minor team.
Maith sibh agus tá muid uilig bródúil


(187) Séamus
Mon, 1 December 2014 23:31:46

Dadaí na Nollag
There will be a very special visitor to Naomh Éanna this weekend, Santa will be visiting from 2pm to 4pm on Saturday 6th December 2014.
Beidh Daidí na Nollag ar chuairt speisialta chuig Cumann Naomh Éanna chun páistí Gaelscoil, Naíscoil agus Cumann Naomh Éanna a fheiceáil. £1 an pháiste.
Meet Daidí na Nollag in his grotto as he makes a special visit to the children of Gaelscoil Éanna, Naíscoil Éanna and Naomh Éanna CLG. £1 per child.


(186) Séamus
Mon, 1 December 2014 23:30:52

For everyone interested in playing Senior/Reserve Football or Hurling next season, please contact the team representatives.

Also any new players interested in playing are more than welcome to attend.

If you are interested in playing senior football, contact:

Conor Maxwell
Mobile number: 07731557283.
If you are interested in playing senior Hurling, contact:

Martin Curran
Mobile number: 07547207141.

(185) Michael Scott
Mon, 1 December 2014 23:16:14

Minor Football League Final
Naomh Éanna 2-11 v O'Donovan Rossa 0-05
Sunday 30th November 2014 - report by Michael Scott
Naomh Éanna minors played their last game of the season in the minor league final. The match was played at Rossa, with the sun shining and a dry pitch it was ideal conditions for a game.
Naomh Éanna started brightly, they included 11 players who had played in the U21 championship semi final defeat to Naomh Eoin the previous week. Anto Curran with his first touch of the ball scored a nice point which was quickly followed with another from Eoin McNulty. Rossa were struggling with the pace of the game. They appeared unable to keep up with the Naomh Éanna running game . Their problems were compounded when Conan Little broke from defence, he played a one two with Ruairi Scott and then played a delightful pass to James MacAuley who blasted the ball to the net.
It took Rossa 15 minutes to register their first score, by that stage Naomh Éanna were already 5 ahead. Naomh Éanna who were playing some lovely football were not letting up. Two more points from Scott and Thompson quickly followed by another goal by MacAuley had Naomh Éanna out of sight. Rossa tried to get back into the game with high balls into their forward line but the Naomh Éanna as defence held strong. The full back line of Eastwood, McNamee and McNulty were not giving the Rossa forwards an inch. Odhran Eastwood scored the last point before half time to put Naomh Éanna 2-05 to 0-03 ahead.

The second half started just like the first with a quick point from Anto Curran. Rossa were beginning to get frustrated. Further points from Scott and Eastwood stretched the Endas lead still further. Rossa then lost a man for an off the ball offence. With Naomh Éanna ahead on a score-line of 2-08 to 0-03, there was no way back for Rossa.
Rory Morgan and Ciaran Thompson completed the Naomh Éanna Scoring.
Final score Naomh Éanna 2-11 Rossa 0-05.

Two trophies for the season – the Laverty cup (SW championship) and the all County league is some reward for the season, however there must still be some disappointment for the all county championship defeat back in early August.

The team:
K Jennings, D McNulty, F Eastwood, M McNamee, C Eastwood, P Healy, K Hillen, R Scott (0.03), J Maskey,
C Little, J MacAuley (2.0), A Curran (0.02), C Thompson (0.02), O Eastwood (0.02), E McNulty (0.01), subs R Morgan (0.01).

(184) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Mon, 1 December 2014 08:29:45

Comhghairdeas le faoi 18 peileadóirí.

Congratulations to the minor footballers on winning division one all county league.
Very good, disciplined display to ensure victory.

Beir Bua


Ciarán Mc Cavana

(183) PAT MCINTYRE
Sat, 29 November 2014 18:37:09

Good couple of months for Dee Ross. Portaferry winning the Ulster Senior Hurling Club Championship and Dee winning St Enda's monthly club draw in November.

(182) Séamus
Fri, 28 November 2014 15:36:39

Lá Oscailte Naíscoil / Gaelscoil Éanna Open Day

Parents are asked to share the following information with any friends/family who might be interested;

Naíscoil / Gaelscoil Éanna cordially invites you to attend an Open Day on: Saturday 6th of December 2014, from 12 – 2pm.

Parents, children, extended family members and friends are welcome to come in to view our facilities. A great opportunity to meet the teaching and supervisory staff and to gain an insight into the educational provision offered at the only Irish medium pre-school and primary school in the borough of Newtownabbey.


(181) Séamus
Fri, 28 November 2014 15:12:28

Minor Football League Final Sunday 30th November 2014 @11am Naomh Éanna V O'Donovan Rossa @ CLG Ó Donnabháin Rosa Béal Feirste NOTE: TIME CHANGE AND VENUE CHANGE Bígí Linn, Bígí Gaelach!



(180) Séamus
Fri, 28 November 2014 15:08:07

Cumann Óige
A chairde Gaeil, tonights Cumann Óige is cancelled!

(179) Daniel Kennedy
Thu, 27 November 2014 00:01:45

Ladies Minor and Senior Football: There will be a team meeting for everyone interested in playing Ladies Football next season. 7.30pm on Sunday evening at the club. The session will be a reflective one as well as looking forward to the new season. Important that EVERYONE attends.
Also any new players interested in playing are more than welcome to attend. If you are interested in playing ladies football my contact number is 07749960640.
Daniel Kennedy

(178) Sinead Quinn
Mon, 24 November 2014 21:47:55

MAD FOR TRAD
Glengormley school of music musicians will be playing in the club Saturday 29th November @ 9.30pm
Four great musicians including Brendan Mulholland (flute) coming up and should be great night to take part in or just to listen ...
Croí Éanna trying to promote traditional music on the club and in Glengormley
We should really try and support it ..
Good opportunity for out older musicians in particular we hope to see some of our local musicians.

Failte Cách

(177) Séamus
Mon, 24 November 2014 21:27:51

Minor Football League Final
Sunday 30th November 2014 @2pm
Naomh Éanna V O'Donovan Rossa @ Glenavy GAC

Members are encouraged to attend and all matches and important events!

(176) Séamus
Mon, 24 November 2014 21:26:39

CPD Workshop
Planning the Pre-Season - 7.30pm
Tir na nOg Randalstown
Planning The Pre-Season
This Workshop is open to all youth/adult coaches and will look at issues around fitness testing, interpreting results and informing the training programme. They will also look at building endurance with & without the ball as well as progression and overload. This is an interactive indoor session.
Any questions or queries, please contact Paul Doherty: Antrim Coaching and Games
email: Paul.doherty.gpo.antrim@gaa.ie


(175) Séamus
Mon, 24 November 2014 21:25:40

U21 football championship Semi final
Naomh Eoin 1-13 v Naomh Eanna 0-03
Saturday 22nd November 2014 - report by Michael Scott
Naomh Éanna made one change to their starting 15, bringing in minor full back Kevin Hillen for the injured Tiernan Curran. Positional changes also included moving Cormac Eastwood from half back to half forward and moving Peter Healy from full back to wing half back.

The game started on time and both teams lined out with both defences packed with extra bodies marking space. In a game more akin to chess, scoring opportunities were few and far between. Over the first 20 minutes of play both teams were level on 2 points each. The teams were struggling to penetrate each others defence. Just before half time Naomh Eoin made the break through and went into the break leading by 2 on a scoreline of 4 to 2.

After the break Naomh Éanna made a tactical decision and pushed an extra man forward to play with a 3 man full-forward line. This change had an immediate impact with an early score coming from Aodhran Eastwood. The same player then had an opportunity to level the game with a 20metre free but unfortunately it went to the wrong side of the post.

This seemed to wake Naomh Eoin up. With 10 minutes gone and not having scored in the 2nd half, Naomh Eoin ripped into Naomh Éanna. They scored 4 points in as many minutes and things were looking bleak for the Hightown boys. The manger decided to freshen things up and Donal Walsh entered the fray with 15 minutes to go. A minute later Donal walked off the pitch with a red card after sharing pleasantries with the match official.

Naomh Éanna were already struggling to contain the rampant Naomh Eoin forward line, but with a man down the situation went from bad to worse. Another 5 unanswered points put Naomh Eoin 10 ahead and the game was effectively over. A goal in the last 5 minutes completed the scoring and St Johns ran out convincing winners on a score line of 1.13 to 0.03.

No doubt Naomh Éanna will learn from this. Of the starting 15 only one player is unavailable next year. Eleven minors started the game and hopefully after playing in this game they can fully appreciate what they need to do if they wish to get to the next level.

Naomh Éanna team was – C Losty, F Eastwood, K Hillen, D McNulty, N Heatley, R kennedy, P Healy, C Scott (0.1f), J Maskey, C Eastwood, J McAuley, K Healy, A Eastwood (0.2f), R Gillan, C Little. Subs D Walsh, M Morgan, T Curran.


(174) Ciarán Mc Cavana
Sun, 23 November 2014 12:48:06

Cruinniú Club Sóisialta | Social Club Meeting


Dé Sathairn 29/11/2014 | Saturday 29/11/2014


Ionad: Club sóisialta | Venue: Social Club


12.00 meán lae | 12.00 noon


Fáilte Cách | All Welcome


Teagmháil | Contact : Ciarán Mc Cavana


Guthán: 07912085641



(173) Katrina McDonnell
Thu, 20 November 2014 16:36:47

A chairde gaeil,

Calling all coaches & perspective coaches at Naomh Éanna (U6 to U16) have been offered a fantastic opportunity from the Ulster Council regarding coaching.

Due to health reasons next week’s meeting with Niall Fox has been postponed until Thursday 5th February 7pm at the club,

Please confirm your place with Katrina McDonnell

(172) Michael Scott
Mon, 17 November 2014 22:17:12

U21 football championship Quarter final
Naomh Séamas 2-04 v Naomh Eanna 2-11

Saturday 15th November 2014 - report by Michael Scott
Naomh Séamus – Aldergrove entertained Naomh Éanna on Saturday afternoon in the quarter final of the under 21 football championship. The pundits had tipped Naomh Séamus – Aldergrove as favourites given their senior division one status and given the fact that most of their starting 15 had experienced division 1 and senior championship this season. Naomh Éanna on the other hand included 10 minors in their starting 15.

Naomh Séamus had obviously read the script and started strongly. They scored 2 early points and Naomh Éanna were struggling to keep up with McGarry, Browning, Brazier and Hanna in the Naomh Séamus forward line. It took 12 minutes before Naomh Éanna registered their first score with a close in free from Aodhran Eastwood. Naomh Séamus added another point shortly after to lead 3 point to 1. At this stage Naomh Séamus should really have been much further ahead. Their cause wasn’t helped with an injury to their lively corner forward Browning who was causing the Naomh Éanna defence all sorts of problems. Naomh Éanna took their opportunity at this point and at half time both teams were all square at 4 points a piece.

Naomh Séamus came out after the half time break with a new determination. Within minutes of the restart they scored a super goal by Seamus McGarry . Not to be out done Naomh Éanna raced up the field and scored an equally as good a goal by Kristan Healy. Things then settled down and both teams teased each other with some nice support play but with no end product. Entering the last quarter, Naomh Éanna appeared to make a break through, points from Rian Gillan and Kristan Healy put the Hightown boys 2 in front. Then disaster struck when Naomh Séamus were awarded a penalty which McGarry planted into the top corner of the net. To their credit Naomh Éanna did not panic, they continued to play football and were awarded a free with 5 minutes to go which Aodhran Eastwood dispatched over the bar to level the game. Another 5 minutes of play before the final whistle but both teams were unable to register a winning score.

Extra time started and Naomh Séamus were struggling with the pace of the game. Naomh Éanna were moving the ball at pace from side to side looking for the killer pass. 3 unanswered points from Scott and Eastwood put Naomh Éanna 3 ahead at the end of the first period of extra time. In the second period of extra time Donal Walsh killed the game off with a superb goal, chipping the keeper from 25 metres. This killed the game off as a contest and in the last minute Ruairi Scott put the cherry on the cake with a free to complete the scoring. Final score 2.11 to 2.04.
This Saturday Naomh Éanna play Naomh Eoin (St Johns) in the semi final, throw in 2pm in Lamh Dhearg Hannastown.

The team was – C Losty, D McNulty, P Healy, F Eastwood, N Heatley (0.1), R Kennedy, C Eastwood, R Scott (0.2, 1f), J Maskey, C Little, J McAuley, K Healy (1.02), T Curran, R Gillan (0.1), A Eastwood (4f) subs D Walsh (1.1), D MacElhatton, C Thompson, M Morgan.



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