Rounders 2 2014

Rounders

Thanks to all those who took part in a Rounders’ blitz recently. Four coaches from the Rounders Association coached 240 pupils from St Felim’s NS, St Clare’s NS, Gaelscoil Bhréifne and FarnhamNS. More »

Congratulations to Martin Dunne on making the Ulster GAA All-Stars team.

9th September 2013

Senior Championship Well done to our seniors who defeated Kingscourt in the championship on Sunday evening last in BréifnePark. They now meet Mullahoran in the quarter-final on Friday evening 20 September. Best More »

Strictly Ladies

Strictly Come Dancing

Cavan Gaels GAA club presented Strictly Come Dancing in the Hotel Kilmore recently. Eighteen couples entertained the huge crowd.  The dancing talent on view reflected the many hours of practice. Well done More »

Well done to our U-13 girls on winning the county championship.

U – 13 Girls Championship

Well done to our U – 13  girls on winning the county championship, 6th August 2013. More »

Massive well done to our u15 team who won the County 7 a side competition  today.

U – 15 Winners

Massive well done to our U-15 team who won the County 7 a side competition today, August 5, 2013. More »

Club Notes – Dec 15th 2014

Under-Age AGM

Club members are asked to note that our under-age AGM will take place in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Monday 15 December at 7.30pm. We would appreciate if our coaches, our under-age players’ parents and members of the executive could attend this meeting. If you are keen to get involved with the club under-age boys’ and girls’ football you will be made very welcome. Ní neart go cur le chéile.

Santa Claus

It’s near that time of year again when Santa is preparing to arrive by helicopter in Terry Coyle Park. He will be landing this year on Saturday morning 20 December at 11.00am. Parents of our young boys and girls are asked to take note of this date and time and to have their children in Terry Coyle Park for this annual club highlight.

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo will again take place in Saint Patrick’s College on Friday next 19 December at 9pm. There will be an impressive prize fund on those last two nights. The following increases in prizes will be given: Every panel in the first half will be €100 while €200 can be won on panels nine and ten. Over €2,300 must be won on the night. In addition to our usual hamper draw for the last bingo session before Christmas there will be a free prize after every panel. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. We wish all our bingo
players a very happy Christmas and a healthy and lucky new year!! Míle buíochas.

Bag Pack

Members of all club committees and our young boys and girls are asked to note that we will be again doing a bag pack in Dunnes’ Stores on Christmas Eve, the proceeds from which will go towards underage football in our club. Please make yourselves available for a few hours on that day. Thanks to Kevin Reilly, manager of Dunnes tores for again facilitating this fundraiser.

Horse Racing

Cavan Gaels are organising Horse Racing in the Slieve Rossa for Sunday 28 December commencing 9.30pm. €10 to sponsor a horse and €50 to sponsor a race.

Calendar

Cavan Gaels have brought out a 2015 calendar in good time for the Christmas and New Year’s market. It features the four Cavan Gaels’ winning teams during 2014- senior football championship, under-13 boys, under-13 girls, under-14 girls and under-16 girls. The cost of the calendar is €5. Calendars can be obtained from Niall O Riordan 086-3567011 or J.J. Reilly 086-1005303. They are also available from the Slieve Rossa, Crowe’s Butchers, Cavan Décor Centre, Maudi’s, Bridge Street and Cavan Second Hand Furniture. Comhghairdeas do na buaiteoirí go léir.

Mission Trimpossible Christmas Gathering

Mission Trimpossible held their third anniversary Christmas gathering in County Cavan Rugby Club on Saturday last. All proceeds will go to the Oncology Unit, Cavan General Hospital and Cavan Gaels underage. Thanks to all those who bought tickets for this event and a word of thanks to those who attended on the night. Any information on Mission Trimpossible can be obtained from Niall O Riordan on 086-3567011.

Terry Coyle Park Development

We are pleased to report that work has started on the development of our facilities in Terry Coyle Park. In connection with this development thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made an invaluable contribution to our club development plans. We will be encouraging other members, at home or abroad, who have not joined so far to join the Friends of Cavan Gaels.

Corn na nÓg

Well done to our players Michael Veale, Daniel Murray, Mark Minehane and Bradley Okapje who played a prominent role in last Saturday’s victory over Saint Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon in the final of the Ulster Colleges’ Corn na nÓg competition in Scotstown. Also on the panel was Cavan Gaels’ player Aran Creegan. This was the Cavan school’s first win in this competition since 1972.

Mental Health

Thanks to the club members who attended the talk last week in the Hotel Kilmore on Mental Health and Wellness by Dr Claire Hayes. This was a very informative talk which, among other topics, discussed how players react to victory and defeat, how alcohol so often features after victory and defeat and how important it is to have an equilibrium and see the bigger picture as we react to everything that life throws at us.

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

The Freecall number of the Samaritans is 116 123.

More information is available on aware.ie

Further information can be obtained on yourmentalhealth.ie

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on fun and involvement, will now take place indoors in St Patrick’s College on Saturday mornings from 11-12. Sincere thanks to our dedicated coaches, led by John Fortune, who are introducing these boys and girls to the rudiments of gaelic football in a safe, stimulating, fun-filled environment. Thanks to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Any queries about the Tornadoes can be directed to John Fortune 087-6196002. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo.

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching for boys aged 6-12 continues in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am.

Coaching Courses

Any club member who is looking for information on GAA coaching courses can contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498. Thanks to the large number of club members who have attended coaching courses this year.

Club Notes – Dec 8th 2014

AGM

Our club AGM took place in McMahon’s, Main Street, on Sunday last. There was an impressive attendance present. Details on our club president and vice-presidents and on the composition of the club executive for 2015 will be given next week.

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note the change of venue for our bingo for the next two weeks: it will take place in Saint Patrick’s College on Friday 12 December and Friday 19 December at 9pm. There will be an impressive prize fund on those last two nights. The following increases in prizes will be given: Every panel in the first half will be €100 while €200 can be won on panels nine and ten. Over €2,300 must be won on the night. In addition to our usual hamper draw there will be a free prize after every panel on the last night before Christmas.Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

Corn na nÓg

Well done to our players Michael Veale, Daniel Murray, Mark Minehane and Bradley Okapje who played a prominent role in last Saturday’s victory over Saint Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon in the final of the Ulster Colleges’ Corn na nÓg competition in Scotstown. Also on the panel was Cavan Gaels’ player Aran Creegan. This was the Cavan school’s first win in this competition since 1972.

Calendar

Cavan Gaels have brought out a 2015 calendar in good time for the Christmas and New Year’s market. It features the four Cavan Gaels’ winning teams during 2014- senior football championship, under-13 boys, under-13 girls, under-14 girls and under-16 girls. The cost of the calendar is €5. Calendars can be obtained from Niall O Riordan 086-3567011 or J.J. Reilly 086-1005303. They are also available from the Slieve Rossa, Crowe’s Butchers, Cavan Décor Centre, Maudi’s, Bridge Street and Cavan Second Hand Furniture. Comhghairdeas do na buaiteoirí go léir.

Santa Claus

It’s near that time of year again when Santa is preparing to arrive by helicopter in Terry Coyle Park. He will be landing this year on Saturday morning 20 December at 10.30am. Parents of our young boys and girls are asked to take note of this date and time and to have their children in Terry Coyle Park for this annual club highlight.

Carol Singing

Cavan Gaels GAA club will have carol singing at the Market Square on Saturday 20 December between 12 noon and 2pm. This is open to all members, young and old!

Bag Pack

Members of all club committees and our young boys and girls are asked to note that we will be again doing a bag pack in Dunnes’ Stores on Christmas Eve, the proceeds from which will go towards underage football in our club. Please make yourselves available for a few hours on that day. Thanks to Kevin Reilly, manager of Dunnes tores for again facilitating this fundraiser.

Mission Trimpossible Christmas Gathering

Circuits continue every Tuesday and Thursday at 5.30pm and 6.45pm with walk-ins welcome. €6 each or two classes for €10.

Mission Trimpossible will hold their third anniversary Christmas gathering in County Cavan Rugby Club on Saturday next 13 December commencing 9.30pm. All proceeds will go to the Oncology Unit, Cavan General Hospital and Cavan Gaels underage. All are welcome. Tickets are €10. More information can be obtained from Niall O Riordan on 086-3567011.

Horse Racing

Cavan Gaels are organising Horse Racing in the Slieve Rossa for Sunday 28 December commencing 9.30pm. €10 to sponsor a horse and €50 to sponsor a race.

Scór

Congratulations to our dancers who, under the tutelage of Margaret Webber, have qualified for the Ulster semi-final of Scór na nÓg. A word of thanks to Rebecca Neligan for her work in organising the Scór teams. Mol an óige agus tiochfaidh sí.

Terry Coyle Park Development

We are pleased to report that work has started on the development of our facilities in Terry Coyle Park. In connection with this development thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made an invaluable contribution to our club development plans. We will be encouraging other members, at home or abroad, who have not joined so far to join the Friends of Cavan Gaels.
Mental Health

Thanks to the club members who attended the talk last week in the Hotel Kilmore on Mental Health and Wellness by Dr Claire Hayes. This was a very informative talk which, among other topics, discussed how players react to victory and defeat, how alcohol so often features after victory and defeat and how important it is to have an equilibrium and see the bigger picture as we react to everything that life throws at us.

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

The Freecall number of the Samaritans is 116 123.

More information is available on aware.ie

Further information can be obtained on yourmentalhealth.ie

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on fun and involvement, will now take place indoors in St Patrick’s College on Saturday mornings from 11-12. Sincere thanks to our dedicated coaches, led by John Fortune, who are introducing these boys and girls to the rudiments of gaelic football in a safe, stimulating, fun-filled environment. Thanks to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Any queries about the Tornadoes can be directed to John Fortune 087-6196002. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo.

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching for boys aged 6-12 continues in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am.

Coaching Courses

Any club member who is looking for information on GAA coaching courses can contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498. Thanks to the large number of club members who have attended coaching courses this year.

Club Notes – Dec 1st 2014

AGM

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will take place on Sunday 7 December at 4pm in the Farnham Arms Hotel. New members welcome. Fáilte roimh cách.

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo will take place in the Farnham Hotel on Friday next 5 December at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

All-Star Trip

Congratulations to Martin Dunne who played in the All-Stars’ game in Boston. Playing in the full-forward line with Conor McManus and Bernard Brogan, Martin helped himself to 1-2. Comhghairdeas.

Corn na nÓg

Well done to our players Michael Veale, Daniel Murray and Bradley Okadje who played a prominent role in last week’s semi-final victory over the formidable Saint Patrick’s Maghera in Pearse Og’s grounds in Armagh. Best of luck to the team in the final against Saint Patrick’s Dungannon. Despite their many Ulster Colleges’ successes in recent years at various levels, St Pat’s Cavan have not won the Corn na nÓg trophy since 1972.

Scór

Congratulations to our dancers who, under the tutelage of Margaret Webber, have qualified for the Ulster semi-final of Scór na nÓg. The Scór na nÓg quiz, with teams of four, takes place in the Hotel Kilmore this Thursday 4 December at 7pm. Contact Rebecca Neligan for information on this quiz. A word of thanks to Rebecca Neligan for her work in organising the Scór teams. Mol an óige agus tiochfaidh sí.

Calendar

Cavan Gaels have brought out a 2015 calendar in good time for the Christmas and New Year’s market. It features the four Cavan Gaels’ winning teams during 2014- senior football championship, under-13 boys, under-13 girls, under-14 girls and under-16 girls. The cost of the calendar is €5. Calendars can be obtained from Niall O Riordan 086-3567011 or J.J. Reilly 086-1005303. Comhghairdeas do na buaiteoirí go léir.

Bag Pack

Members of all club committees and our young boys and girls are asked to note that we will be again doing a bag pack in Dunnes’ Stores on Christmas Eve, the proceeds from which will go towards underage football in our club. Please make yourselves available for a few hours on that day. Thanks to Kevin Reilly, manager of Dunnes tores for again facilitating this fundraiser.

Mission Trimpossible Christmas Gathering

Circuits continue every Tuesday and Thursday at 5.30pm and 6.45pm with walk-ins welcome. €6 each or two classes for €10.
Mission Trimpossible will hold their third anniversary Christmas gathering in County Cavan Rugby Club on Saturday 13 December commencing 9.30pm. All proceeds will go to the Oncology Unit, Cavan General Hospital and Cavan Gaels underage. All are welcome. Tickets are €10. More information can be obtained from Niall O Riordan on 086-3567011.

Santa Claus

It’s near that time of year again when Santa is preparing to arrive by helicopter in Terry Coyle Park. He will be landing this year on Saturday morning 20 December. Parents of our young boys and girls are asked to take note of this date and to have their children in Terry Coyle Park for this annual club highlight. Further details later.

Mental Health

Thanks to the club members who attended the talk last week in the Hotel Kilmore on Mental Health and Wellness by Dr Claire Hayes. This was a very informative talk which, among other topics, discussed how players react to victory and defeat, how alcohol so often features after victory and defeat and how important it is to have an equilibrium and see the bigger picture as we react to everything that life throws at us.

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

The Freecall number of the Samaritans is 116123.

More information is available on aware.ie

Further information can be obtained on yourmentalhealth.ie

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on fun and involvement, will now take place indoors in St Patrick’s College on Saturday mornings from 11-12. Sincere thanks to our dedicated coaches, led by John Fortune, who are introducing these boys and girls to the rudiments of gaelic football in a safe, stimulating, fun-filled environment. Thanks to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Any queries about the Tornadoes can be directed to John Fortune 087-6196002. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo.

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching for boys aged 6-12 continues in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am.

Coaching Courses

Any club member who is looking for information on GAA coaching courses can contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498. Thanks to the large number of club members who have attended coaching courses this year.

Terry Coyle Park Development

We are pleased to report that work has started on the development of our facilities in Terry Coyle Park. In connection with this development thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made an invaluable contribution to our club development plans. We will be encouraging other members, at home or abroad, who have not joined so far to join the Friends of Cavan Gaels.

Club Notes – Nov 24th

Under-13 

Well done to our under-13s who, having defeated Mullahoran and Ballymachugh in the earlier rounds, went on to decisively defeat Crosserlough in the division one final on the 3G pitch at Kingspan Breifne Park on Monday last. This was a welcome victory for a panel of players who continue to show admirable improvement. Well done to the players and team management and thanks to the parents for their consistent support and encouragement. Comhghairdeas. 

Senior team 

Our seniors were defeated by Kingscourt in the senior league semi-final in Kingscourt on Sunday morning last. Despite being understrength, we held a slender lead in the early stages of the second half but a brace of goals swung the game in the home team’s favour. Nevertheless well done to all the players and the management for their trojan efforts this year which culminated in another senior championship title. 

AGM 

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will take place on Sunday 7 December at 4pm in the Farnham Arms Hotel. New members welcome. Fáilte roimh cách. 

Mental Health 

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Committee of Cavan County Board GAA are hosting a talk in the Hotel Kilmore on Wednesday next 26 November at 7.30pm. The main speaker is Dr Claire Hayes, a native of Cootehill. This talk will of interest to all our club officers, parents, coaches and players and indeed to all our club members. This event is open to the general public. Please make a note of this date in your diary. 

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie  People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

The Freecall number of the Samaritans is 116123.

Further information can be obtained on yourmentalhealth.ie

Bréifne All-Stars 

Congratulations to Niall Murray and Declan Meehan on being chosen on the Bréifne All-Stars team and to Noel Mooney on winning the Referee of the Year award. Well done also to the other nominees from Cavan Gaels- Eamonn Reilly, Martin Cassidy and Levi Murphy.

All-Star Trip 

Congratulations and best of luck to Martin Dunne who is travelling to Boston this week on the All-Star trip.

Scór 

Thanks to the following who represented Cavan Gaels in Scór na nÓg in Milltown Hall recently: Solo Singing- Erin Gaffney; Instrumental- Daragh Ronan, Emer Ronan and Charlotte Ronan; Dancing-Margaret Webber School of Dancing.  A word of thanks also to Rebecca Neligan for her work in organising the teams. Mol an óige agus tiochfaidh sí.

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo continues in the Town Hall on Friday next 28 November at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

Sympathy 

Our sympathy is extended to the Graham family on the death of their mother Eileen. Her family have a long association with Cavan Gaels club and have contributed richly to the club over the years. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a hanam. 

Gamblers’Anonymous 

Please not that an information evening with a view to setting up a Gamblers’ Anonymous group in County Cavan will tale place on Thursday 27 November at 6.30pm in the Johnston Central Library. Further information on this event can be obtained from Gráinne on 049-4378586 or by email at gboyle@cavancoco.ie Everybody welcome.

Santa Claus 

It’s near that time of year again when Santa is preparing to arrive by helicopter in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday 20 December. More details later. 

John Fee Night 

There was a large turn out in the Slieve Rossa on Saturday night last when family and friends of the late John Fee gathered to recall a staunch Cavan Gaels clubman who passed away ten years ago. Many anecdotes about John were recalled in the course of the night. The music was provided by the High Stool Prophets. Solas na bhflaitheas air.

Presentation to the Coyle family 

Mission Trimpossible and Cavan Gaels made a presentation of a framed club jersey to the Coyle family in Terry Coyle Park on Friday last. The framed jersey was the number 14 which the late Alan Coyle wore with such pride and distinction. A particular word of thanks to Niall O Riordan who organised this event.

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes 

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on fun and involvement, will now take place indoors in St Patrick’s College on Saturday mornings from 11-12. Sincere thanks to our dedicated coaches, led by John Fortune, who are introducing these boys and girls to the rudiments of gaelic football in a safe, stimulating, fun-filled environment. Thanks to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Any queries about the Tornadoes can be directed to John Fortune 087-6196002. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo.

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching for boys aged 6-12 continues in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am. 

Coaching Courses 

Any club member who is looking for information on GAA coaching courses can contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498. Thanks to the large number of club members who have attended coaching courses this year. 

Terry Coyle Park Development 

We are pleased to report that work has started on the development of our facilities in Terry Coyle Park. In connection with this development thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made an invaluable contribution to our club development plans. We will be encouraging other members, at home or abroad, who have not joined so far to join the Friends of Cavan Gaels.

Willie Doonan Play 

Well-known Bailieboro playwright Pauric McIntyre is working on a new play whose subject is the legendary Cavan county, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers player Willie Doonan. Willie, on his return from England, was also involved with Cavan Gaels in a managerial capacity. Any information on Willie’s life which might merit inclusion in the play can be forwarded to J.J. Reilly 086-1005303.

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Club Notes – Nov 17th 2014

Senior team 

Following our exit from the Ulster club campaign, our seniors renew rivalry with Kingscourt on Sunday next at 12 noon in Virginia when the sides meet in the division 1A semi-final. It was interesting to note that Slaughtneil defeated Clontibret by five points in the Ulster club semi-final on Sunday last! 

Under-13 

Well done to our under-13s who defeated Ballymachugh in the semi-final recently. They now meet Crosserlough in the final on Monday 17 November on the Kingspan Bréifne Park 3G pitch at 8pm. Club members are asked to come out in big numbers to support their team. Well done also to the players and team management for the progress achieved this year. Go néirí go geal leo. 

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes 

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on fun and involvement, will now take place indoors in St Patrick’s College on Saturday mornings from 11-12. Sincere thanks to our dedicated coaches, led by John Fortune, who are introducing these boys and girls to the rudiments of gaelic football in a safe, stimulating, fun-filled environment. Thanks to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Any queries about the Tornadoes can be directed to John Fortune 087-6196002. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo.

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching for boys aged 6-12 continues in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am. 

Coaching Courses 

Any club member who is looking for information on GAA coaching courses can contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498. Thanks to the large number of club members who have attended coaching courses this year. 

AGM 

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will now take place on Sunday 7 December at 4pm in the Farnham Arms Hotel. The date has been changed because of fixtures’ congestion. New members welcome.

Terry Coyle Park Development 

We are pleased to report that work has started on the development of our facilities in Terry Coyle Park. In connection with this development thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made an invaluable contribution to our club development plans. We will be encouraging other members, at home or abroad, who have not joined so far to join the Friends of Cavan Gaels.

Camogie Bucket Collection 

Thanks to all those who helped with the bucket collection for Cavan Gaels camogie in Cavan town on Saturday last. A word of thanks to those who contributed so generously. Buíochas. 

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo continues in the Town Hall on Friday next 21 November at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas. 

John Fee Night 

The life of the late John Fee will be commemorated at a function in the Slieve Rossa on Saturday 22 November with the High Stool Prophets providing the music. John passed away ten years ago on 22 November.

Sympathy 

Sympathy is extended to Nola McDermott on the recent death of her mother Nuala O Hanlon, Drumelis. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a hanam uasal.

Fashion Show

Thanks to all those who helped to organise the club’s Fashion Show in the Hotel Kilmore recently and to those who attended and supported it. Thanks to our hardworking models, to Sally West, No 5 Menswear, DTI, The Purple Orange, High Style, Becky’s Beauty Parlour (Rebecca Brides), the Beauty Therapists from Cavan College, Ann-Noelle Bennett, our outstanding compere, the hairdressers from Cut and Style Hair Salon, Mary Ferncombe, Veale’s Pharmacy(club sponsor) for the make-up and hampers and Paul McKiernan who, as on many other club occasions, provided the music. Some of the profits will go to the Parkinson’s Association. Buíochas.

Mental Health 

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie  People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

The Freecall number of the Samaritans is 116123.

Further information can be obtained on yourmentalhealth.ie

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Committee of Cavan County Board GAA are hosting a talk in the Hotel Kilmore on Wednesday 26 November at 7.30pm. The main speaker is Dr Claire Hayes, a native of Cootehill. This talk will of interest to all our club officers, parents, coaches and players and indeed to all our club members. This event is open to the general public. Please make a note of this date in your diary.

Gamblers’Anonymous 

Please not that an information evening with a view to setting up a Gamblers’ Anonymous group in County Cavan will tale place on Thursday 27 November at 6.30pm in the Johnston Central Library. Further information on this event can be obtained from Gráinne on 049-4378586 or by email at gboyle@cavancoco.ie

Willie Doonan Play 

Well-known Bailieboro playwright Pauric McIntyre is working on a new play whose subject is the legendary Cavan county, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers player Willie Doonan. Willie, on his return from England, was also involved with Cavan Gaels in a managerial capacity. Any information on Willie’s life which might merit inclusion in the play can be forwarded to J.J. Reilly 086-1005303.

Club Notes – Nov 10th 2014

Ulster Club Championship 

Hard luck to our seniors who were narrowly defeated by Slaughtneil in the Ulster club senior championship in Owenbeg on Sunday last. Our players did not do themselves justice in the first half and they were behind by four points at half time. Indeed that margin could have been greater. But commendably we rallied in the second half, made three substitutions at half time and dominated the second half. We outscored the Derry champions in the second half by seven points to two. Slaughtneil’s second point in that half did not arrive until injury time. Well done to our players for a great fightback which brought them close to victory. Ní neart go cur le chéile. Is ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine. 

Fashion Show

Thanks to all those who helped to organise the club’s Fashion Show in the Hotel Kilmore on Friday evening last and to those who attended and supported it. Thanks to our hardworking models, to Sally West, No 5 Menswear, DTI, The Purple Orange, High Style, Becky’s Beauty Parlour(Rebecca Brides), the Beauty Therapists from Cavan College, Ann-Noelle Bennett, our outstanding compere, the hairdressers from Cut and Style Hair Salon, Mary Ferncombe, Veale’s Pharmacy(club sponsor) for the make-up and hampers and Paul McKiernan who, as on many other club occasions, provided the music. Some of the profits will go to the Parkinson’s Association. Buíochas.

Coaching Courses

Thanks to the large number of club members who did the Foundation Level coaching course in Kingspan Bréifne Park on Saturday last. More club members will take the Level 1 Child and/or Youth Adult coaching course on Saturday next 15 and Saturday 22 November. Further details can be obtained from Mark Leddy 087-8596498. 

Under-13 

Well done to our under-13s who defeated Mullahoran convincingly in the championship on Wednesday last on the Kingspan Bréifne Park 3G pitch. We now play Ballymachugh in the division one semi-final on Wednesday next 12 November on the 3G pitch at 8pm. Club members are asked to support their team. Well done also to the team management. Go néirí leo. 

Mental Health 

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie  People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

The Freecall number of the Samaritans is 116123.

Further information can be obtained on yourmentalhealth.ie

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Committee of Cavan County Board GAA are hosting a talk in the Hotel Kilmore on Wednesday 26 November at 7.30pm. The main speaker is the psychiatrist Dr Claire Hayes. This talk will of interest to all our club officers, players and indeed all club members. This event is open to the general public.

Gamblers’Anonymous 

Please not that an information evening with a view to setting up a Gamblers’ Anonymous group in County Cavan will tale place on Thursday 27 November at 6.30pm in the Johnston Central Library. Further information on this event can be obtained from Gráinne on 049-4378586 or by email at gboyle@cavancoco.ie 

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes 

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on having fun, will now take place in St Patrick’s College on Saturday mornings from 11-12. Thanks also to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo. 

Scór na nÓg 

Those representing Cavan Gaels in this year’s Scór na nÓg are busy preparing for the competition. We are participating on Sunday next16 November in Milltown at 3pm. Please support. If you need any information about Scór, please contact Rebecca on 086-3631433. Go neirí an tádh leo.

AGM 

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will take place on Saturday 22 November in the Farnham Arms Hotel at 7pm. New members welcome.

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo will be held in the Town Hall on Friday next 14 November at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

Mission Trimpossible 

Get into shape and support Cavan Gaels by taking part in the next six week challenge which commences in the Studio, Dublin Road, Cavan on Monday 3 November. Enrolment takes place on Thursday 30 October at 5 and 6.30pm. There will also be an opportunity to enrol at lunchtime on that day between 12.30 and 1.15. Please note that places are limited. The total cost is €80 up front(student rate €60) or €15 per week. For more information contact 086-3227466.

John Fee Night 

The life of the late John Fee will be commemorated at a function in the Slieve Rossa on Saturday 22 November with the High Stool Prophets providing the music. John passed away ten years ago on 22 November.

Willie Doonan Play 

Well-known Bailieboro playwright Pauric McIntyre is working on a new play whose subject is the legendary Cavan county, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers player Willie Doonan. Willie, on his return from England, was also involved with Cavan Gaels in a managerial capacity. Any information on Willie’s life which might merit inclusion in the play can be forwarded to J.J. Reilly 086-1005303.

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching up to the age of twelve takes place in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am. 

Sports’ Capital Grant

Cavan Gaels has been awarded €110.000 in the latest Sports’ Capital Grant scheme. We thank all those who in any way contributed to the application or helped in any way to expedite the granting of this money. Thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made a very important contribution to our club’s development plans. We would encourage those members, at home and abroad, who have not joined so far, to consider joining the Friends of Cavan Gaels. We are glad to report that work has commenced on this project.

Club Notes – Nov 3rd 2014

Ulster Club Championship 

Our seniors have an away game against the Derry champions Robert Emmetts GAC  Slaughtneil in the Ulster club championship on Sunday next November 9 in Owenbeg at 2.30pm. When we won the St Paul’s minor tournament in 1999 we defeated Slaughtneil, managed then by Dermot McNicholl, in the final. Patsy Bradley, current Slaughtneil midfielder, played at midfield for his club in 1999 and his direct opponent that day was Dominic Reilly, current Cavan Gaels midfielder. Best of luck to our players and management as they prepare for their Ulster campaign. Those who wish to travel by bus are asked to contact Floods on 049-4331172 or 049-4361525. The winners of this game will play Clontibret who defeated St Gall’s by one point on Sunday last. Ní neart go cur le chéile. Is ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine. 

Fashion Show

Cavan Gaels are running a Fashion Show in the Hotel Kilmore on Friday next 7 November at 8pm. Members are asked to support this venture and have an enjoyable night out. This club fundraiser will donate a sum to the Parkinson’s Association. Tickets are only €10 each and are available from Smith’s Footwear, The Slieve Rossa, any committee member and the models who are taking part. So purchase your tickets this week. Most of those who are modelling the clothes are from within the club. Well done to the organisers for all their hard work. Go néirí an tádh leo.

Coaching Courses 

Please take note of the following coaching courses in Kingspan Bréifne Park: Foundation Level on Saturday next 8 November; Level 1 Child and/or Youth Adult on Saturday 15 and Saturday 22 November. As many people as possible are encouraged to take these courses. Further details can be obtained from Mark Leddy  087-8596498. 

Under-13 

Best of luck to our under-13s who play Mullahoran in the quarter-final of the championship on Wednesday next on the 3G pitch at Bréifne Park at 6.30pm. Please support our players who have worked hard at their game for the past few years. 

Scór na nÓg 

Those representing Cavan Gaels in this year’s Scór na nÓg are busy preparing for the competition. We are participating on Sunday 16 November in Milltown at 3pm. Please support. If you need any information about Scór, please contact Rebecca on 086-3631433. Go neirí an tádh leo.

Camogie AGM 

The camogie section of Cavan Gaels held their AGM in the clubrooms at Terry Coyle Park on Monday 3 November.

AGM 

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will take place on Saturday 22 November in the Farnham Arms Hotel at 7pm. Any nominations or motions must be received by 1 November 2014. These are to be posted to Cavan Gaels Club Secretary, 26 The Beeches, Drumgola Wood, Cavan. Official nomination forms are available from the club secretary. 

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo will be held in the Town Hall on Friday next 7 November at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

Mission Trimpossible 

Get into shape and support Cavan Gaels by taking part in the next six week challenge which commences in the Studio, Dublin Road, Cavan on Monday 3 November. Enrolment takes place on Thursday 30 October at 5 and 6.30pm. There will also be an opportunity to enrol at lunchtime on that day between 12.30 and 1.15. Please note that places are limited. The total cost is €80 up front(student rate €60) or €15 per week. For more information contact 086-3227466.

Mental Health 

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie  People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

John Fee Night 

The life of the late John Fee will be commemorated at a function in the Slieve Rossa on Saturday 22 November with the High Stool Prophets providing the music. John passed away ten years ago on 22 November.

Willie Doonan Play 

Well-known Bailieboro playwright Pauric McIntyre is working on a new play whose subject is the legendary Cavan county, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers player Willie Doonan. Willie, on his return from England, was also involved with Cavan Gaels in a managerial capacity. Any information on Willie’s life which might merit inclusion in the play can be forwarded to J.J. Reilly 086-1005303.

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes 

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on having fun, will revert to St Patrick’s College from Saturday next 8 November from 11-12. Thanks to all those who have helped in any way with the launch of the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes. A particular word of thanks to all the coaches who turned up at the launch and who have continued to do so on Saturday mornings from 11.00-12 noon. Thanks also to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo. 

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching up to the age of twelve takes place in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am. 

Sports’ Capital Grant

Cavan Gaels has been awarded €110.000 in the latest Sports’ Capital Grant scheme. We thank all those who in any way contributed to the application or helped in any way to expedite the granting of this money. Thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made a very important contribution to our club’s development plans. We would encourage those members, at home and abroad, who have not joined so far, to consider joining the Friends of Cavan Gaels. We are glad to report that work has commenced on this project.

Club Notes – Oct 27th 2014

Division 1A 

Our seniors, fresh from last week’s victory against Ballinagh in the senior league, had an away encounter with Lacken on Sunday last. This was a game dominated by a strong wind. High scoring was the order of the day with Cavan Gaels emerging winners by seven points having been behind by seven at half time. As a result of these two victories we have secured a semi-final spot. Well done to all concerned.

Ulster Club 

Our seniors have an away game against the Derry champions Robert Emmetts GAC  Slaughtneil in the Ulster club championship on Sunday November 9. When we won the St Paul’s minor tournament in 1999 we defeated Slaughtneil, managed then by Dermot McNicholl, in the final. Patsy Bradley, current Slaughtneil midfielder,  played at midfield for his club in 1999 and his direct opponent that day was Dominic Reilly, current Cavan Gaels midfielder.Best of luck to our players and management as they prepare for their Ulster campaign. Ní neart go cur le chéile. Is ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine.

 Coaching Courses 

Please take note of the following coaching courses in Kingspan Bréifne Park: Foundation Level Saturday 8 November; Level 1 Child and/or Youth Adult Saturday 15 and 22 November. As many people as possible are encouraged to take these courses. Further details can be obtained from Mark Leddy  087-8596498. 

Fashion Show

Cavan Gaels are running a Fashion Show in the Hotel Kilmore on Friday 7 November at 8pm. Members are asked to support this venture and have an enjoyable night out. This club fundraiser will donate a sum to the Parkinson’s Association. Tickets are €10 each and are available from Smith’s Footwear, The Slieve Rossa and the models who are taking part. Well done to the organisers for all their hard work. Go néirí an tadh leo. 

AGM 

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will take place on Saturday 22 November in the Farnham Arms Hotel at 7pm. Any nominations or motions must be received by 1 November 2014. These are to be posted to Cavan Gaels Club Secretary, 26 The Beeches, Drumgola Wood, Cavan. Official nomination forms are available from the club secretary. 

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo will be held in the Town Hall on Friday next 31 October at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

Mission Trimpossible 

Get into shape and support Cavan Gaels by taking part in the next six week challenge which commences in the Studio, Dublin Road, Cavan on Monday 3 November. Enrolment takes place on Thursday 30 October at 5 and 6.30pm. There will also be an opportunity to enrol at lunchtime on that day between 12.30 and 1.15. Please note that places are limited. The total cost is €80 up front(student rate €60) or €15 per week. For more information contact 086-3227466.

Mental Health 

The HSE has launched a new mental health initiative called Little Things. It has a five point plan for good mental health which includes advice on keeping active, talking about your problems, looking out for others and drinking less alcohol. Alan O Mara, Cavan GAA player, has urged people to get involved with this initiative. On the same subject the GAA has developed a pack called Play in my Boots in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation which is aimed at all who play sport. This pack can be downloaded from the website gaa.ie  People are reminded that there are many resources available dealing with mental health. Use them if you feel the need to. Help is always available. Let’s take the stigma out of the subject of mental health. It’s ok to say you‘re not ok.

John Fee Night 

The life of the late John Fee will be commemorated at a function in the Slieve Rossa on Saturday 22 November with the High Stool Prophets providing the music. John passed away ten years ago on 22 November.

Scór na nÓg 

Those representing Cavan Gaels in this year’s Scór na nÓg are busy preparing for the competition. We are participating on Sunday 16 November. Go neirí an tádh leo. 

Willie Doonan Play 

Well-known Bailieboro playwright Pauric McIntyre is working on a new play whose subject is the legendary Cavan county, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers player Willie Doonan. Willie, on his return from England, was also involved with Cavan Gaels in a managerial capacity. Any information on Willie’s life which might merit inclusion in the play can be forwarded to J.J. Reilly 086-1005303.

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes 

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on having fun, continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday next at 11am. Thanks to all those who have helped in any way with the launch of the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes. A particular word of thanks to all the coaches who turned up at the launch and who have continued to do so on Saturday mornings from 11.00-12 noon. Thanks also to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo. 

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching up to the age of twelve takes place in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am. 

Sports’ Capital Grant

Cavan Gaels has been awarded €110.000 in the latest Sports’ Capital Grant scheme. We thank all those who in any way contributed to the application or helped in any way to expedite the granting of this money. Thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made a very important contribution to our club’s development plans. We would encourage those members, at home and abroad, who have not joined so far, to consider joining the Friends of Cavan Gaels. We are glad to report that work has commenced on this project. 

Club Notes – Oct 20th 2014

Division 1A 

Our seniors, fresh from their county final championship victory, defeated Ballinagh in their league clash on Saturday evening last in Templeport. Although both sides were short some regulars, they served up an entertaining game. Ballinagh, despite having the  assistance of a very strong wind in the first half, were behind by one point at half time thanks to a Declan Meehan goal. A Paul O Connor goal early in the second half gave the Gaels some breathing space. Ballinagh did rally and converted a penalty but it was the Gaels who won by a seven point margin 3-12 to 1-11.

Cavan Gaels- Ciaran Flynn, Niall Gurhy, Gavin Duffy, Sean Fitzsimons, Barry Fortune, Niall Murray, Stephen Murray, Dominic Reilly, Kevin Brady, Daniel Graham, Mickey Lyng, Paul Graham, Declan Meehan, Paul O Connor Martin Dunne.

Ulster Club 

Our seniors have an away game against the Derry champions Slaughtneil in the Ulster club championship on Sunday November 2. When we won the St Paul’s minor tournament in 1999 we defeated Slaughtneil, managed then by Dermot McNicholl, in the final. Patsy Bradley, current Slaughtneil midfielder,  played at midfield for his club in 1999 and his direct opponent that day was Dominic Reilly, current Cavan Gaels midfielder. 

Coaching Courses 

Please take note of the following coaching courses in Kingspan Bréifne Park: Foundation Level Saturday 8 November; Level 1 Child and/or Youth Adult Saturday 15 and 22 November. As many people as possible are encouraged to take these courses. Further details can be obtained from Mark Leddy  087-8596498. 

Club Quiz 

Club members, in particular, are asked to note that a club quiz will take place in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Wednesday night 29 October. This fundraiser will benefit the juvenile side of the club. Parents and other family members of our under-age boys and girls are encouraged to take part.

 AGM 

Please note that the AGM of Cavan Gaels will take place on Saturday 22 November in the Farnham Arms Hotel at 7pm. Any nominations or motions must be received by 1 November 2014. These are to be posted to Cavan Gaels Club Secretary, 26 The Beeches, Drumgola Wood, Cavan. Official nomination forms are available from the club secretary.

Division Two 

Hard luck to our division two team who put on a fine display against the home side Templeport. However, at the full time whistle we were behind by three points.

Under-16 Girls 

Hard luck to our under-16 girls who were beaten by Lacken in the final on Saturday last in Ballymachugh. Well done to the team management on bringing about such improvement in a short time.

Bingo

Our bingo patrons are asked to note that our bingo will be held in the Town Hall on Friday next 24 October at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support. Míle buíochas.

John Fee Night 

The life of the late John Fee will be commemorated at a function in the Slieve Rossa on Wednesday 22 November with the High Stool Prophets providing the music. John passed away ten years ago on 22 November.

Sympathy 

Our sympathy is extended to the family of John Teevan who passed away recently. The late John was closely associated with Cavan Gaels and was a club sponsor for many years. He sponsored club jerseys when he was working in the Crúiscín Lán. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a anam uasal.

Sympathy is also extended to Cavan Gaels man Tommy Brides on the recent death of his brother Jimmy. Ar dheis lamh Dé go raibh a anam uasal. 

Scór na nÓg 

Those representing Cavan Gaels in this year’s Scór na nÓg are busy preparing for the competition. Go neirí an tádh leo.

Willie Doonan Play 

Well-known Bailieboro playwright Pauric McIntyre is working on a new play whose subject is the legendary Cavan county, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers player Willie Doonan. Willie, on his return from England, was also involved with Cavan Gaels in a managerial capacity. Any information on Willie’s life which might merit inclusion in the play can be forwarded to J.J. Reilly 086-1005303.

Cavan Gaels Tornadoes 

Coaching for the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes, where the emphasis is on having fun, continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday next at 11am. Thanks to all those who have helped in any way with the launch of the Cavan Gaels Tornadoes. A particular word of thanks to all the coaches who turned up at the launch and who have continued to do so on Saturday mornings from 11.00-12 noon. Thanks also to all the parents who continue to attend and offer their help. New boys and girls always welcome. Rud an-thábhachtach é go mbeimid ábalta freastal ar an óige i gcónai agus go luífidh baill an chluib isteach ar an obair bhunúsach seo. 

Under-Age Coaching

Under-age coaching up to the age of twelve takes place in Terry Coyle Park every Saturday morning at 11am. 

Mission Trimpossible 

Mission Trimpossible recommenced in the Studio on 8 September with a six week programme. Classes are: dance on Mondays and Tuesdays at 7 while circuits are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at both 5.30 and 6.45. Drop-ins are welcome. If you would like to register for the mission or obtain further information contact Niall O Riordan on 086-3567011.

Sports’ Capital Grant

Cavan Gaels has been awarded €110.000 in the latest Sports’ Capital Grant scheme. We thank all those who in any way contributed to the application or helped in any way to expedite the granting of this money. Thanks to all those who have already joined the Friends of Cavan Gaels and in doing so have made a very important contribution to our club’s development plans. We would encourage those members, at home and abroad, who have not joined so far, to consider joining the Friends of Cavan Gaels. We are glad to report that work has commenced on this project.

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