Ceannaigh Bríce! Buy-a-Brick!

For over five decades Naomh Éanna has grown into a club built on great family names.  We are proud to provide an opportunity for members to literally build our club’s future on the legacy of those great names. In 2018, Pobal Éanna (a partnership betwenn Naomh Éanna CLG and our sister community organization Croí Éanna),

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Lá Cláraithe | Registration Day @NaomhEannaCLG

Lá Cláraithe | Registration Day @NaomhEannaCLG The registration process for 2019 is underway. All members are asked to note as follows: With a view to moving with the times we are implementing an online registration system from 2019 onwards. The new online registration and payments system is hosted by Club Force. ALL MEMBERS MUST REGISTER

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U16 Ulster Winter Camogie League

Naomh Eanna 6-3 Dungannon 0-0 Despite being down several key players, a very positive Naomh Éanna u16 side took to the pitch in freezing conditions but also very sunny at Hightown. The game started with attack waves coming from the Naomh Éanna half forward line, Tara Cullen and Brianna MacGrugan running at the defence, Tara

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Sixty minutes from history

Sixty minutes from history   AIB Ulster Intermediate Football Championship Final Naomh Éanna vs Mullahoran (Cavan) at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh Throw in: 5pm By Brendan McTaggart All roads lead to the Athletic Grounds on Saturday evening for Naomh Éanna and another chance to etch their names in history.  The Antrim Intermediate football champions have

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Big Joe leads the way as Naomh Éanna make history

Big Joe leads the way as Naomh Eanna make history   AIB Ulster Intermediate Football Championship Final Naomh Éanna 2-11 Mullahoran (Cavan) 1-10 Saturday December 1 Brendan McTaggart reports from the Athletic Grounds, Armagh It will go down in history as one of those ‘I was there’ moments.  The day Naomh Éanna became the first

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Comhghairdeachas le Coláiste na Tríonóide Naofa, le Coláiste na Trócaire, Coláiste Éamann de Rís agus Coláiste Dhún Liam as na cluichí gaelacha a chur chun cinn.

Congratulations to Blessed Trinity College, Mercy College, Edmund Rice College and Fortwilliam for their promotion of Gaelic games. All four schools now taking part in Ulster LGFA competitions and Fortwilliam and Edmund Rice also promoting Camogie.


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