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 – August 17th 2015

Lotto 

Our most recent weekly lotto draw was held in the Abbey Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 14, 15, 24, 28. The jackpot was €2500. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners are M.K. Lynch c/o Anne Fortune, Sean Monaghan c/o Slieve Rossa,  Malachy Byrne c/o Malachy Byrne, Tanya and Noeleen Ballinagh, Fergal Murray c/o Phildie Murray. The draw for next week’s jackpot of €2600 will be held on Sunday next 23 August in the Slieve Rossa. Thanks to all those who buy our lotto and to those who facilitate the draw in any way.

Senior Championship 

Best of luck to our seniors who play Lacken in the next round of the senior championship on Saturday next 22 August in Bréifne Park at 6pm. Go néirí an tádh leo.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp in Terry Coyle Park on Monday 17 August and Tuesday 18 August. At this camp boys and girls can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and a happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note of the dates for the camp. Please contact Mark Leddy: 087-8596498 for any details about the camp.

Terry Coyle Park Development Draw

Cavan Gaels are holding a draw towards funding our new development in Terry Coyle Park. 1st prize is a kitchen or wardrobes (valued at €3500) kindly sponsored by Brian Galligan, Kitchens Direct, Cavan. 2nd prize is two All-Ireland football final tickets plus a night for two in the Radisson Blu, St Helen’s Hotel, Dublin. Tickets €5 each or book of three for €10. Draw will take place at the Cavan Gaels bingo on 11 September 2015.

Congratulations 

Congratulations to Noel Mooney who has been appointed to referee the All-Ireland minor football semi-final between Kildare and Tipperary on Sunday 30 August at 1.30pm.

Cavan GAA Club Player’s Book on Anxiety 

Well done to twenty year old Castlerahan player Jamie McGrath who recently published a book detailing his experience of the anxiety in his life. He is admirably open about his mental health. “My mental health can take different blows from time to time in different scenarios and events”. He wants to reassure young people especially that it’s ok to feel anxious. He tells us he suffers from a general anxiety disorder. In his book as well as “diving into his own story”, he provides the reader

with tips and advice which he has learned along the way. Importantly, Jamie reminds us that if we have anxiety we are not alone in this regard. Jamie’s book costs €10. A donation from the sale of each book goes to SOSAD.

If you are interested in this topic remember that Brian Galligan, J.J. Reilly, Anne Fortune and Nicola Fortune are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850 60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Community Games All-Ireland Semi-Final 

The gaelic football team from the St Patrick’s area play in the Community Games All-Ireland semi-final in Athlone on Saturday next. The final takes place on the following day. Best of luck to our five representatives on the team- Louis Maguire, Ben Tully, Cormac Crotty, Josh McDwyer and Josh Dunne.

Bingo 

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 21 August at 9pm. €2170 must be won every Friday night. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Club Newsletter 

The fourth issue of our club newsletter is now available in hard copy and online. You can access our newsletter by going to our website and clicking on the “Newsletter” icon. If you’re abroad, please bring a Gaels jersey with you and send a photo of the jersey being worn to irish59575@yahoo.com for possible inclusion in a future issue of our newsletter. If you would like each issue to be emailed to you, send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton on 087-2288889. Thanks to all those who contributed in any way to issue four of our newsletter. We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

First Aid/CPR 

Club members and especially coaches are asked to note that a First Aid course, including a module on CPR, will be organised in Terry Coyle Park in the very near future. With so much emphasis nowadays on the importance of being able to administer CPR, this course is very timely. If you wish to do this course, please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Volunteers in action!! 

A sincere thank you to all our club volunteers- current players, executive members, some club coaching staff and other members- who all are putting their painting skills at the disposal of the club in order to expedite the development of the inside of our new complex. This is a very welcome development. Hopefully members with other necessary skill sets will follow the example of the painters and will volunteer their services if called upon in the certain knowledge that in doing so they are making an invaluable contribution to the development of the complex and to their club. Thanks to Niall O Riordan, Cavan Gaels Development Officer, who is coordinating all the club voluntary effort. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Club Sponsor 

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise 

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Club Presentations 

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie 

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – Aug 10th 2015

Lotto 

Our most recent lotto draw was held in Blessing’s Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 5, 17, 21, 25. The jackpot was €2400. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners are Kate Daly c/o Bingo, B.J. Rooney c/o Blessing’s Bar, Tommy Fay c/o Phildie Murray, Enda Gallen c/o Anne Fortune, Jack Lee-Flood c/o John Smith. The draw for next week’s jackpot of €2500 will be held on Sunday next 16 August in the Abbey Bar. Thanks to all those who buy our lotto and to those who facilitate the draw in any way.

Senior Championship 

Well done to our seniors on their first round championship victory over Cuchulainns in Virginia on Saturday evening last. We’ve been drawn against Lacken in the next round. Well done to players and management.

Under-16 

Our under-16s defeated West Cavan Gaels in a play-off on Thursday last in the under-16 championship. They then met Belturbet in Terry Coyle Park on Sunday morning last. Scores were level at half time and the Gaels scored two goals shortly after half time. Belturbet, however, finished the stronger team. Well done to the players and management for all their hard work which has brought about significant improvement in the team’s play.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp in Terry Coyle Park on Monday 17 August and Tuesday 18 August. At this camp boys and girls can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and a happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note of the dates for the camp. Please contact Mark Leddy: 087-8596498 for any details about the camp.

Terry Coyle Park Development Draw 

Cavan Gaels are holding a draw towards funding our new development in Terry Coyle Park. 1st prize is a kitchen or wardrobes (valued at €3500) kindly sponsored by  Brian Galligan, Kitchens Direct, Cavan. 2nd prize is two All-Ireland football final tickets plus a night for two in the Radisson Blu, St Helen’s Hotel, Dublin. Tickets €5 each or book of three for €10. Draw will take place at the Cavan Gaels bingo on 11 September 2015.

Cavan GAA Club Player’s Book on Anxiety 

Well done to twenty year old Castlerahan player Jamie McGrath who recently published a book detailing his experience of the anxiety in his life. He is admirably open about his mental health. “My mental health can take different blows from time to time in different scenarios and events”. He wants to reassure young people especially that it’s ok to feel anxious. He tells us he suffers from a general anxiety disorder. In his book as well as “diving into his own story”, he provides the reader with tips and advice which he has learned along the way. Importantly, Jamie reminds us that if we have anxiety we are not alone in this regard. Jamie’s book costs €10. A donation from the sale of each book goes to SOSAD.

If you are interested in this topic remember that Brian Galligan, J.J. Reilly, Anne Fortune and Nicola Fortune are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850 60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Community Games All-Ireland Semi-Final 

The gaelic football team from the St Patrick’s area play in the Community Games All-Ireland semi-final in Athlone on Saturday 22 August. The final takes place on the following day. Best of luck to our five representatives on the team- Louis Maguire, Ben Tully, Cormac Crotty, Josh McDwyer and Josh Dunne.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 14 August at 9pm. €2170 must be won every Friday night. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Goalkeeping Course 

Niall Morgan, the Tyrone goalkeeper, is back again with a goalkeeping course in Terry Coyle Park on Wednesday next 12 August from 11- 2. This course is for boys and girls and covers the age groups from under-14 to senior. It will deal with warming up, positioning, handling, kicking, shot stopping and all the other roles of a modern day goalkeeper. The cost is €15. For further information on this course ring 086-356-7011or 0044-770-686-4804.

Sympathy 

Cavan Gaels club conveys its sympathy to the families of Kathleen Crowe (brother of Brian) and Sean Keogan (father of Donal) who passed away recently. Sympathy is also extended to Helen Veale, wife of Peter, the main sponsor of Cavan Gaels, on the death of her mother, Kathleen Fitzgerald on Friday last. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a nanamacha.

Congratulations 

Congratulations and best wishes to Cormac and Rebecca Nelligan on the recent birth of their son Rian and to Jarlath and Erin Smith on their recent marriage. Congratulations also to Noel Mooney who refereed the All-Ireland junior football final between Kerry and Mayo on Saturday last.

Club Newsletter 

The fourth issue of our club newsletter is now available in hard copy and online. You can access our newsletter by going to our website and clicking on the “Newsletter” icon. If you’re abroad, please bring a Gaels jersey with you and send a photo of the jersey being worn to irish59575@yahoo.com for possible inclusion in a future issue of our newsletter. If you would like each issue to be emailed to you, send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton on 087-2288889. Thanks to all those who contributed in any way to issue four of our newsletter. We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

First Aid/CPR 

Club members and especially coaches are asked to note that a First Aid course, including a module on CPR, will be organised in Terry Coyle Park in the very near future. With so much emphasis nowadays on the importance of being able to administer CPR, this course is very timely. If you wish to do this course, please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Volunteers in action!! 

A sincere thank you to all our club volunteers- current players, executive members, some club coaching staff and other members- who all are putting their painting skills at the disposal of the club in order to expedite the development of the inside of our new complex. This is a very welcome development. Hopefully members with other necessary skill sets will follow the example of the painters and will volunteer their services if called upon in the certain knowledge that in doing so they are making an invaluable contribution to the development of the complex and to their club. Thanks to Niall O Riordan, Cavan Gaels Development Officer, who is coordinating all the club voluntary effort. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Club Sponsor 

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise 

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Club Presentations 

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie 

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – August 3rd 2015

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp in Terry Coyle Park on Monday 17 August and Tuesday 18 August. At this camp boys and girls can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and a happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note of the dates for the camp. Please contact Mark Leddy: 087-8596498 for any details about the camp.

Senior Championship 

Best wishes to our seniors and the team management for the first round of the championship against Cuchulainns in Virginia on Saturday next 8 August.

Under-16

Our under-16s play West Cavan Gaels on Thursday next 6 August at 7.30pm. The winners will play Belturbet on Sunday 9 August.

Girls’ Football

Our girls, playing at senior championship level for the first time, met seasoned campaigners Killeshandra recently. Our girls showed massive improvement in this game. They were level at half time and it was the concession of two late goals which turned the game in Killeshandra’s favour. Keep up the hard work. Your day in the sun will come. Well done also to the management.

Terry Coyle Park Development Draw

Cavan Gaels are holding a draw towards funding our new development in Terry Coyle Park. 1st prize is a kitchen or wardrobes (valued at €3500) sponsored by Kitchens Direct, Cavan. 2nd prize is two All-Ireland football final tickets plus a night for two in the Radisson Blu, St Helen’s Hotel, Dublin. Tickets €5 each or book of three for €10. Draw will take place at the Cavan Gaels bingo on 11 September 2015.

Community Games All-Ireland Semi-Final

The gaelic football team from the St Patrick’s area play in the Community Games All-Ireland semi-final in Athlone on Saturday 22 August. The final takes place on the following day. Best of luck to our five representatives on the team- Louis Maguire, Ben Tully, Cormac Crotty, Josh McDwyer and Josh Dunne.

County Minors

Hard luck to our county minors on their narrow defeat to Kildare, the Leinster champions, in the All-Ireland quarter-finals. Hard luck in particular to our county minor representatives Luke Fortune, Shane Fortune and Fintan Carolan.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 7 August at 9pm. €2170 must be won every Friday night. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Goalkeeping Course

Niall Morgan, the Tyrone goalkeeper, is back again with a goalkeeping course in Terry Coyle Park on Wednesday 12 August from 11- 2. This course is for boys and girls and covers the age groups from under-14 to senior. It will deal with warming up, positioning, handling, kicking, shot stopping and all the other roles of a modern day goalkeeper. The cost is €15. For further information on this course ring 086-356-7011or 0044-770-686-4804.

Sympathy

Cavan Gaels club conveys its sympathy to the families of Kathleen Crowe (brother of Brian) and Sean Keogan (father of Donal) who passed away recently. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a nanamacha.

Congratulations

Congratulations and best wishes to Ronan and Janice Farrelly who were married recently. Ronan lined out for many years with Cavan Gaels. Congratulations also to Cathal and Gráinne Collins on the birth of their daughter Saoirse, to Dominic and Davinia Reilly on the birth of their daughter Freya and to Gavin and Kathleen Duffy on the birth of their son Noah. Congratulations also to Roland Surlis and Paul Sexton on their recent brilliant form at the National Outdoor Athletics Championships in Tullamore. Roland won gold in the under-19 800 metres while Paul won gold in the under-19 110 metre hurdles. Well done also to Donnacha McNamara who won gold in the under-12 600 metres B National Final.

Club Newsletter

The fourth issue of our club newsletter is now available in hard copy and online. You can access our newsletter by going to our website and clicking on the “Newsletter” icon. If you’re abroad, please bring a Gaels jersey with you and send a photo of the jersey being worn to irish59575@yahoo.com for possible inclusion in a future issue of our newsletter. If you would like each issue to be emailed to you, send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton on 087-2288889. Thanks to all those who contributed in any way to issue four of our newsletter. We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

First Aid/CPR

Club members and especially coaches are asked to note that a First Aid course, including a module on CPR, will be organised in Terry Coyle Park in the very near future. With so much emphasis nowadays on the importance of being able to administer CPR, this course is very timely. If you wish to do this course, please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Volunteers in action!! 

A sincere thank you to all our club volunteers- current players, executive members, some club coaching staff and other members- who all are putting their painting skills at the disposal of the club in order to expedite the development of the inside of our new complex. This is a very welcome development. Hopefully members with other necessary skill sets will follow the example of the painters and will volunteer their services if called upon in the certain knowledge that in doing so they are making an invaluable contribution to the development of the complex and to their club. Thanks to Niall O Riordan, Cavan Gaels Development Officer, who is coordinating all the club voluntary effort. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850  60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – July 27th 2015

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in McGinnity’s Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were   4, 15, 23, 31. The jackpot was €2200. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Norman Mills c/o Maudie’s, Terizia Mulcahy c/o Bingo, Frank Brady c/o Bingo, Lucia Whelan c/o Bingo, Eddie Sexton c/o Maudie’s.  Next week’s draw will take place in the Luna Bar on Bank Holiday Monday 3 August. The jackpot will be €2300. Make sure you’re in the draw every week. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Senior League Division 1A

Our seniors travelled to Ballyjamesduff on Sunday morning last and came away with a draw. With the help of the wind we raced into a seven point lead at half time. The home side rallied but the Gaels who were still three points ahead going into injury time conceded a goal at the death. Well done to the players and management.

Junior B Championship

Our junior B team had a comfortable home victory over Ballinagh in the second round of the junior B championship on Wednesday evening last. We raced into the lead early on and consolidated our position as the game unfolded.

Gerry Reilly Tournament

Congratulations to our players Evaan Fortune and Ciaran Curry who were on the Cavan panel which defeated Dublin in the final of the Gerry Reilly tournament by 2-12 to 0-8 on Sunday last and so retained the county under-16 title. Well done to all the players and the management.

Irish Heart Foundation Collection

Thanks to all the club volunteers who offered their services for the church gate collection last week end in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp in Terry Coyle Park on Monday 17 August and Tuesday 18 August. At this camp boys and girls can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and a happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note of the dates for the camp. Please contact Mark Leddy: 087-8596498 for any details about the camp.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 31 July at 9pm. €2170 must be won every Friday night. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Sympathy

Cavan Gaels would like to extend its sympathy to the family of Sarah Doonan, Fairview on her recent death. Sarah was the mother of James Doonan who starred on Cavan Gaels’ teams for many years at all under-age levels and at senior level culminating in his captaining his club to a senior championship victory over Mullahoran in 2003. Sarah’s late husband Hughie played for Cavan Harps and Cavan Gaels and was a brother of Willie who played for Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers and managed Cavan Gaels on his return from England. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam uasal.

Club Newsletter

The fourth issue of our club newsletter will be published at the end of July. The editorial committee of Rebecca Higgins, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly would welcome any material or suggestions for this forthcoming issue or future issues. If you’re abroad, please bring a Gaels jersey with you and send a photo of the jersey being worn to irish59575@yahoo.com for possible inclusion in future issues of our newsletter. If you would like each issue to be emailed to you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton on 087-2288889. If you want a hard copy, contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

First Aid/CPR

Club members and especially coaches are asked to note that a First Aid course, including a module on CPR, will be organised in Terry Coyle Park in the very near future. With so much emphasis nowadays on the importance of being able to administer CPR, this course is very timely. If you wish to do this course, please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Volunteers in action!! 

A sincere thank you to all our club volunteers- current players, executive members, some club coaching staff and other members- who all are putting their painting skills at the disposal of the club in order to expedite the development of the inside of our new complex. This is a very welcome development. Hopefully members with other necessary skill sets will follow the example of the painters and will volunteer their services if called upon in the certain knowledge that in doing so they are making an invaluable contribution to the development of the complex and to their club. Thanks to Niall O Riordan, Cavan Gaels Development Officer, who is coordinating all the club voluntary effort. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

County Minors

Best of luck to our county minor representatives Luke Fortune, Shane Fortune and Fintan Carolan as they prepare for their All-Ireland quarter-final against Leinster champions Kildare on Monday 3 August.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850  60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Senior Championship

Our seniors have been drawn to play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – July 20th 2015

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in McMahon’s Cafe Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 2, 4, 13, 31. The jackpot was €2100. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Mick McCarthy c/o Mary McCarthy, George Crowe c/o George Crowe Butchers, Mary Mooney c/o Slieve Rossa, Tommie Donohoe c/o Veale’s Pharmacy, Mary Brady c/o Bingo. Next week’s draw will take place in McGinnity’s Bar on Sunday next 26 July. The jackpot will be €2200. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Junior B Championship

Our junior B team drew with Ballyhaise in the first round of the junior B championship on Friday evening last in Ballyhaise. With time running out we were ahead by a point but the home team rallied to force a draw.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 24 July at 9pm. €2170 must be won every Friday night. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Bag Pack

Club members at youth and adult level are asked to note that Cavan Gaels club, in conjunction with Carers’ Ireland and Dunnes’ Stores, are doing a bag pack in the Cavan branch of Dunnes’ Stores from 9am-5pm on Friday 24 July. Thanks to those who have already volunteered to help out. Managers of our boys’ and girls’ teams, adult players and any other club members are asked to contact J.J. Reilly (086-1005303) early this week with their preferred time on the rota.

Club Newsletter

The fourth issue of our club newsletter will be published at the end of  July. The editorial committee of Rebecca Higgins, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly would welcome any material or suggestions for this forthcoming issue or future issues. If you’re abroad, please bring a Gaels jersey with you and send a photo of the jersey being worn to irish59575@yahoo.com for possible inclusion in future issues of our newsletter. If you would like each issue to be emailed to you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton on 087-2288889. If you want a hard copy, contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

First Aid/CPR

Club members and especially coaches are asked to note that a First Aid course, including a module on CPR, will be organised in Terry Coyle Park in the very near future. With so much emphasis nowadays on the importance of being able to administer CPR, this course is very timely. If you wish to do this course, please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Volunteers in action!! 

A sincere thank you to all our club volunteers- current players, executive members, some club coaching staff and other members- who all are putting their painting skills at the disposal of the club in order to expedite the development of the inside of our new complex. This is a very welcome development. Hopefully members with other necessary skill sets will follow the example of the painters and will volunteer their services if called upon in the certain knowledge that in doing so they are making an invaluable contribution to the development of the complex and to their club. Thanks to Niall O Riordan, Cavan Gaels Development Officer, who is coordinating all the club voluntary effort. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

County Minors

Hard luck to our representatives on the county minor panel, Luke Fortune, Shane Fortune and Fintan Carolan, on their defeat to Derry in the Ulster final on Sunday last. The team never recovered from a lack-lustre first half display. Things improved after the interval but Derry had a comfortable cushion and were content to defend their lead to the end. Cavan have an opportunity to learn from their tactical weaknesses and give a more consistent display commensurate with their true ability when they take on Leinster champions Kildare in the All-Ireland quarter-final. Best of luck to players and management.

Golf Classic

Cavan Gaels held their fifteenth golf classic in County Cavan Golf Club recently. Winners of the first prize were Conor Rabbitt, Padraig Byrne, John Murray and Joe Kenny representing The Blackhorse Inn. Second were Dessie Gardiner, Sean Johnston, Brian Tighe and Mattie Reilly representing Gardiner’s Carpets. Third prize went to Blessing’s Bar represented by Cillian McCann, Oliver Galligan jnr, Stephen Smith and Eddie McNally. Nearest the pin on the 10th was won by Dermot McCabe. Jim Ivers won the prize for nearest the pin in two on the 18th. The longest drive on the seventeenth was taken by Barry McDermott. Yvonne Murray won the ladies’prize for nearest the pin in three on the 18th. Thanks to all those who entered teams, those who took tee sponsorship, and those who helped out on Friday last to make the day so enjoyable and successful. A particular word of thanks to Donal Keogan, Imperial Bar and Restaurant who again kindly sponsored the event.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850  60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp at the end of August. At this camp young people can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note that this camp is taking place. Further details will be given later.

Senior Championship

Our seniors have been drawn to play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – July 13th 2015

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in Dunnes’ Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 5, 10, 14, 20. The jackpot was €2000. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Joan Reilly c/o Cavan Gaels Golf Classic, Nicola Fortune c/o Anne Fortune, Gillian Brady c/o Anne Fortune, Denis Cullen c/o Gerry Bravender, John Murray c/o Golf Classic. Next week’s draw will take place in McMahon’s Café Bar on Sunday next 19 July. The jackpot will be €2100. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 17 July at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Club Volunteers in action!! 

A sincere thank you to all our club volunteers- current players, executive members, some club coaching staff and other members- who all are putting their painting skills at the disposal of the club in order to expedite the development of the inside of our new complex. This is a very welcome development. Hopefully members with other necessary skill sets will follow the example of the painters and will volunteer their services if called upon in the certain knowledge that in doing so they are making an invaluable contribution to the development of the complex and to their club. Thanks to Niall O Riordan, Cavan Gaels Development Officer, who is coordinating all the club voluntary effort.  Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Division 1A League

Our seniors had a narrow victory over visitors Lacken on Saturday last in the All-County league. The home side, who had to play for most of the second half with fourteen men, fought hard to keep in contention. With time almost up and Lacken leading by two points, Mickey Lyng made an indelible imprint on the game with a classic strike to the net leaving his side winners by the narrowest of margins. Well done to our new look team for their tenacity in adversity and to the team management.

Minor League

Well done to our minors who defeated Ballyhaise in the minor league on Tuesday last.

County Minors

Best of luck to Luke Fortune, Shane Fortune and Fintan Carolan who are preparing for the Ulster minor final in which Cavan take on Derry in Clones on Sunday next 19 July. We wish the whole panel and management well as they strive to bring the Fr Liam Murray Cup back to Bréifne for the 7th time since the competition started in 1930. Cavan’s previous provincial minor victories were in 1937, 1938, 1952, 1959, 1974 and 2011. Many illustrious players from Cavan town, representing the Slashers, the Harps and the Gaels, featured on these winning teams. Cavan went on to win the All-Ireland minor title in 1937 and 1938.

Under-16

Well done to our under-16s who tasted success in their recent league game against Lavey. Well done to the management for their work with these players.

Under-13

Hard luck to our under-13s and their management who were defeated by Drumlane recently.

Golf Classic

Cavan Gaels held their fifteenth golf classic in County Cavan Golf Club on Friday last. Winners of the first prize were Conor Rabbitt, Padraig Byrne, John Murray and Joe Kenny representing The Blackhorse Inn. Second were Dessie Gardiner, Sean Johnston, Brian Tighe and Mattie Reilly representing Gardiner’s Carpets. Third prize went to Blessing’s Bar represented by Cillian McCann, Oliver Galligan jnr, Stephen Smith and Eddie McNally. Nearest the pin on the 10th was won by Dermot McCabe. Jim Ivers won the prize for nearest the pin in two on the 18th. The longest drive on the seventeenth was taken by Barry McDermott. Yvonne Murray won the ladies’prize for nearest the pin in three on the 18th. Thanks to all those who entered teams, those who took tee sponsorship, and those who helped out on Friday last to make the day so enjoyable and successful. A particular word of thanks to Donal Keogan, Imperial Bar and Restaurant who again kindly sponsored the event.

Bag Pack

Club members at youth and adult level are asked to note that Cavan Gaels club, in conjunction with Carers’ Ireland and Dunnes’ Stores, are doing a bag pack in the Cavan branch of Dunnes’ Stores on Friday 24 July. Rota names and times will be prepared in the weeks ahead.

Club Newsletter

The third issue of our newsletter is now available. The three issues can be accessed on our website or you can receive it by email if you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton at 087-2288889. If you have any relevant material or new ideas for inclusion in the next issue you can contact Rebecca Neligan at 086-3631433. No story too big, no story too small!! The members of our newsletter committee are Rebecca Neligan, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly. Some hard copies of the newsletter issues are available. If you want a hard copy contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Féile Peile na nÓg

Congratulations to our under-14s who reached the semi-finals of the national Féile competition recently.  They got off to an ideal start against Michael Davitts with a 5-5 to 1-1 victory. In round two they were defeated by Coralstown-Kinnegad in a low-scoring game by 0-4 to 0-1! They got back to winning ways in round three with a 3-3- to 0-1 win against Castletown. In the quarter-final they met Castleblayney Faughs and overcame them on a scoreline of 3-4 to 1-3. Their opponents in the semi-final were the Longford champions Killoe who have had an excellent recent under-age pedigree in their county. They proved too strong for our players and they ran out winners by 2-8 to 1-2. It was a great adventure for these players. Well done also to the management and to all those who travelled to the south east to support the team. The memories should last a long time. Thanks to all those who supported the race night and to those who fundraised in any other way for this prestigious event.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850  60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp at the end of August. At this camp young people can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note that this camp is taking place. Further details will be given later.

Senior Championship

Our seniors have been drawn to play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – July 6th 2015

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in the Slieve Rossa on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 12, 15, 23, 26. The jackpot was €1900. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Noel Reilly c/o J.J. Reilly, Shay Whelan c/o Bingo, Tommy Brides c/o Veale’s Pharmacy, Deirdre Reilly c/o Paddy Reilly, Jim Gormley, Gallon Glebe. Next week’s draw will take place in Dunnes’ Bar. The jackpot will be €2000. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo returns to the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 10 July at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

County Seniors

Hard luck to the Cavan team who were defeated by Roscommon in the All-Ireland qualifiers on Saturday last. Hard luck in particular to Niall Murray who played the full game and to Martin Dunne who came on in the second half.

Bréifne League

Our seniors had a hard-fought away game to Kingscourt on Sunday last. We raced into a clear lead and were two points ahead at half-time. At full time we were two points in arrears. Well done to our new look team who have been impressive in recent games.

Minor League

Our minors have an away game against Ballyhaise on Tuesday 7 July at 7.30pm. Please support.

Under-16

Our under-16s play Lavey in Lavey on Thursday next 9 July at 7.30pm.

Under-13

Our under-13s play Drumlane in Terry Coyle Park on Monday 6 July at 7.30pm.

Golf Classic

Golfers within the club are asked to note that our annual golf classic will take place in County Cavan Golf Club on Friday next 10 July. Teams of 4 €160, tee sponsorship €50. There will be a meal for each participant. If you have a team for this event or want to help out in any way please contact Joe Johnston or J.J. Reilly. There will be many extra prizes on offer. It is hoped that many of those who played in our classic in the past will again take part this year. This year’s golf classic is again kindly sponsored by Donal Keogan, The Imperial Lounge. Buíochas dó.

Congratulations

Congratulations to the Cavan under-14 girls’ team which defeated kingpins Cork in the All-Ireland final in Banagher on Saturday last. Well done to their team manager Mick Flynn.

Bag Pack

Club members at youth and adult level are asked to note that Cavan Gaels club, in conjunction with Carers’ Ireland and Dunnes’ Stores, are doing a bag pack in the Cavan branch of Dunnes’ Stores on Friday 24 July. Rota names and times will be prepared in the weeks ahead.

County Minors

Best of luck to Luke Fortune, Shane Fortune and Fintan Carolan who are preparing for the Ulster minor final in which Cavan take on Derry in Clones on Sunday week 19 July. We wish the whole panel and management well as they strive to bring the Fr Liam Murray Cup back to Bréifne for the 7th time since the competition started in 1930. Cavan’s previous provincial minor victories were in 1937, 1938, 1952, 1959, 1974 and 2011. Cavan went on to win the All-Ireland minor title in 1937 and 1938.

Club Newsletter

The third issue of our newsletter is now available. The three issues can be accessed on our website or you can receive it by email if you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton at 087-2288889. If you have any relevant material or new ideas for inclusion in the next issue you can contact Rebecca Neligan at 086-3631433. No story too big, no story too small!! The members of our newsletter committee are Rebecca Neligan, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly. Some hard copies of the newsletter issues are available. If you want a hard copy contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Féile Peile na nÓg

Congratulations to our under-14s who reached the semi-finals of the national Féile competition recently.  They got off to an ideal start against Michael Davitts with a 5-5 to 1-1 victory. In round two they were defeated by Coralstown-Kinnegad in a low-scoring game by 0-4 to 0-1! They got back to winning ways in round three with a 3-3- to 0-1 win against Castletown. In the quarter-final they met Castleblayney Faughs and overcame them on a scoreline of 3-4 to 1-3. Their opponents in the semi-final were the Longford champions Killoe who have had an excellent recent under-age pedigree in their county. They proved too strong for our players and they ran out winners by 2-8 to 1-2. It was a great adventure for these players. Well done also to the management and to all those who travelled to the south east to support the team. The memories should last a long time. Thanks to all those who supported the race night and to those who fundraised in any other way for this prestigious event.

Terry Coyle Park Development/Friends of Cavan Gaels

Work is well advanced on our new development in Terry Coyle Park. The new building is now roofed. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850  60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Summer Camp

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp at the end of August. At this camp young people can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note that this camp is taking place. Further details will be given later.

Senior Championship

Our seniors have been drawn to play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963.

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

 

 

 

Club Notes – June 29th 2015

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in the Abbey Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 4, 24, 25, 31. The jackpot was €1800. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Mary Clerkin c/o Bingo, Joe Rabbitt c/o Malachy Byrne, Michael Lyng (snr) c/o Michael Sexton, Des Crossan c/o Abbey Bar, Mary Clerkin c/o Bingo. Next week’s draw will take place in the Slieve Rossa. The jackpot will be €1900. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Féile Peile na nÓg

Congratulations to our under-14s who reached the semi-finals of the national Féile competition last week-end. They got off to an ideal start on Friday last against their hosts Michael Davitts with a 5-5 to 1-1 victory. In round two later that evening they were defeated by Coralstown-Kinnegad in a low-scoring game by 0-4 to 0-1! On Saturday they got back to winning ways in round three with a 3-3- to 0-1 win against Castletown. In the quarter-final they met Castleblayney Faughs and overcame them on a scoreline of 3-4 to 1-3. Their opponents in the semi-final were the Longford champions Killoe who have had an excellent recent under-age pedigree in their county. They proved too strong for our players and they ran out winners by 2-8 to 1-2. It was a great adventure for these players. Well done also to the management and to all those who travelled to the south east to support the team. The memories should last a long time. Thanks to all those who supported the race night and to those who fundraised in any other way for this prestigious event.

Bingo

Please note the change of venue- our bingo on Friday next 3 July will be in the TOWN HALL at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Minor League

Our minors had an away game against St Joseph’s in the minor league recently. Despite some impressive displays from our players, the greater all-round strength of the opposition gave them the spoils. Our minors have an away game against Ballyhaise on Tuesday 30 June at 7.30pm. Please support.

Golf Classic

Golfers within the club are asked to note that our annual golf classic will take place in County Cavan Golf Club on Friday 10 July. Teams of 4  €160, tee sponsorship €50. There will be a meal for each participant. If you have a team for this event or want to help out in any way please contact Joe Johnston or J.J. Reilly. Book early to guarantee your desired tee-off time. There will be many extra prizes on offer. It is hoped that many of those who played in our classic in the past will again take part this year. This year’s golf classic is again kindly sponsored by Donal Keogan, The Imperial Lounge. Buíochas dó.

Bréifne League

Well done to our seniors on their victory over Cootehill in Terry Coyle Park on Sunday last. Our next game in this league is away to Kingscourt on Sunday next 5 July at 2pm.

Wedding Bells

Congratulations to Ronan Farrelly and his wife Janice who were married in Clonakilty on Friday last. We wish both of them health and happiness in their married life.

Camogie

Hard luck to our camogie team who were defeated recently by Shercock in a Cumann na mBunscol final. Players and management have made great strides in a short time.

Bag Pack

Club members at youth and adult level are asked to note that Cavan Gaels club, in conjunction with Carers’ Ireland and Dunnes’ Stores, are doing a bag pack in the Cavan branch of Dunnes’ Stores on Friday 24 July. Rota names and times will be prepared in the weeks ahead.

Under-13

Our under-13s have met Lavey and Cuchullains in the under-13 league. In both games they strove manfully but failed to secure the spoils. We have a home game against Drumlane on Monday 6 July. Our final first round game is away to Gowna on Monday 13 July. Thanks to the management for their work with these players.

Under-16

Our under-16s have a home game against Knockbride on Thursday 2 July at 7.30pm.

Community Games

Well done to the parish gaelic football team which won the Ulster Community Games title in Butlersbridge on Saturday last. The St. Patrick’s Area team now goes on to contest the national finals in Athlone in August. Congratulations in particular to the five Cavan Gaels players who were involved.

County Minors

Well done to Luke Fortune and Shane Fortune who lined out on the Cavan minor team which defeated Antrim in the Ulster championship semi-final in Bréifne Park recently. Cavan will now play Derry in the Ulster minor final in Clones on Sunday 19 July. We wish them well along with Fintan Carolan as they strive to regain the provincial title.

County Seniors

Best of luck to Niall Murray, Martin Dunne and Mickey Lyng who will be on the Cavan panel for the next qualifier game against Roscommon in Kingspan Bréifne Park on Saturday next at 5 pm.

Club Newsletter

The third issue of our newsletter is now available. The three issues can be accessed on our website or you can receive it by email if you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton at 087-2288889. If you have any relevant material or new ideas for inclusion in the next issue you can contact Rebecca Neligan at 086-3631433. No story too big, no story too small!! The members of our newsletter committee are Rebecca Neligan, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly. Some hard copies of the newsletter issues are available. If you want a hard copy contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Terry Coyle Park Development/Friends of Cavan Gaels 

Work is well advanced on our new development in Terry Coyle Park. The new building is now roofed. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850 d 60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp at the end of August. At this camp young people can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note that this camp is taking place. Further details will be given later.

Senior Championship

Our seniors will play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship at the end of July.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – June 22nd

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 17, 22, 29, 30. The jackpot was €1700. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Kathleen Sheridan c/o Bingo, Julie Kellegher, Cody McDonald c/o Gerry Bravender, Pat Brodigan, Kells c/o Slieve Rossa, Paddy Hamilton, Latton c/o Dunnes Bar. Next week’s draw will take place in the Abbey Bar. The jackpot will be €1800. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Minor League

Our minors have an away game against St Joseph’s in the minor league on Tuesday  23 June at 7.30pm.

Community Games

Well done to the parish gaelic football team which won the Ulster Community Games title in Butlersbridge on Saturday last. They now go on to contest the national finals in Athlone in August. Congratulations in particular to the Cavan Gaels players and mentors who were involved.

Bucket Collection

Thanks to those who helped out with the club bucket collection on Saturday last in Cavan town. Thanks also to all the donors for their generous contributions.

Féile Collection

A collection for Féile was taken up outside Breifne Park on Sunday last.

Golf Classic

Golfers within the club are asked to note that our annual golf classic will take place in County Cavan Golf Club on Friday 10 July. Teams of 4  €160, tee sponsorship €50. There will be a meal for each participant. If you have a team for this event or want to help out in any way please contact Joe Johnston or J.J. Reilly. Book early to guarantee your desired tee-off time. There will be many extra prizes on offer. It is hoped that many of those who played in our classic in the past will again take part this year. This year’s golf classic is again kindly sponsored by Donal Keogan, The Imperial Lounge. Buíochas dó.

Bag Pack

Club members at youth and adult level are asked to note that Cavan Gaels club, in conjunction with Carers’ Ireland and Dunnes’ Stores, are doing a bag pack in the Cavan branch of Dunnes’ Stores on Friday 24 July. Rota names and times will be prepared in the weeks ahead.

County Minors

Well done to Luke Fortune and Shane Fortune who lined out on the Cavan minor team which defeated Antrim in the Ulster championship semi-final in Bréifne Park on Sunday last. Cavan minors will play in the Ulster final on Sunday 19 July. Fintan Carolan is also on the panel.

County Seniors

Well done to Niall Murray who was on the Cavan team which defeated London in the first round of the qualifiers in Ruislip on Saturday last. Martin Dunne and Mickey Lyng are also on the panel.

Club Newsletter

The first two issues of our club newsletter can be accessed on our website or you can receive it by email if you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton at 087-2288889. If you have any relevant material or new ideas for inclusion in the third issue you can contact Rebecca Neligan at 086-3631433. No story too big, no story too small!! The members of our newsletter committee are Rebecca Neligan, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly. Some hard copies of the newsletter issues so far will be available. If you want a hard copy contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Sympathy

Cavan Gaels club extends its sympathy to the families of the late Raymond O Reilly, Rose O Connor, Judy McEntee and Maureen Kelly. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a nanamacha.

Terry Coyle Park Development/Friends of Cavan Gaels 

Work is well advanced on our new development in Terry Coyle Park. The new building is now roofed. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850 d 60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk. A club should promote positive physical and mental health. Mind your HEAD as well as your BODY.

Under-13

Our first game in the u-13 competition is at home to Lavey on Monday 15 June. This is followed by another home game against Cuchullains on Monday 22 June. On Monday 29 June we are away to Dernacrieve Gaels. We have a home game against Drumlane on Monday 6 July. Our final first round game is away to Gowna on Monday 13 July. Best of luck to the team and the management.

Bingo

Our bingo on Friday next 19 June will be in the Farnham Arms Hotel carvery at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Among the June specials are 20% off all sunglasses and suncreams Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp at the end of August. At this camp young people can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note that this camp is taking place. Further details will be given later.

Picnic in the Park

Our club is running a Picnic in the Park in Terry Coyle Park in July. This promises to be a fun-filled family day. Details later.

Senior Championship

Our seniors will play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship at the end of July.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious under-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

Club Notes – June 15th 2015

Club Lotto

Our club lotto was held in Blessing’s Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 8, 12, 19, 24. The jackpot was €1600. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners were Valerie Carbery c/o Slieve Rossa, Margaret Curran c/o Bingo, Róisín Bennett c/o Blessing’s Bar, Maria Ellis c/o Bingo, Aisling and Betsy Judd c/o Bingo. Next week’s draw will take place in the Farnham Hotel. The jackpot will be €1700. Thanks to all our lotto workers, to all our sellers and especially to all those who buy our lotto.

Race Night

Thanks to all those who helped out in any way to make our recent race night in the Slieve Rossa a great success. In particular thanks to all those who bought a horse or sponsored a jockey or race and to those who placed bets on the night. Thanks to Michael Mooney, Slieve Rossa for sponsoring the event. Well done to the parents of the players, the team management and the officials of the club Bord na nÓg.   This was part of the fundraising for the Gaels u-14s who are travelling to the sunny southeast (Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford) to take part in the national Féile Peile na nÓg from 26-28 June. We wish the under-14s and their management the very best in their Féile campaign.

Bréifne League

Our seniors had an away win against Mullahoran in the Bréifne League on Sunday last. Well done to the team and the management. The Cavan Gaels team: Ciaran Flynn, Sean Hanley, John Fortune, Niall Gurhy, Barry Fortune, Daragh Sexton, Fearghal Blessing, Robert Maloney-Derham, Finbar Gurhy, Niall Smith, Levi Murphy, Liam Cooke, Keenan Donohoe, Alan O Riordan, Ryan Johnston. Subs. used- Diarmuid Donohoe, Louis Coleman.

Camogie

Well done to our camogie team who by defeating Laragh United recently have qualified for the final against Shercock on Monday 22 June. Congratulations to the team management. Comhghairdeas.

Golf Classic

Golfers within the club are asked to note that our annual golf classic will take place in County Cavan Golf Club on Friday 10 July. Teams of 4  €160, tee sponsorship €50. There will be a meal for each participant. If you have a team for this event or want to help out in any way please contact Joe Johnston or J.J. Reilly. Book early to guarantee your desired tee-off time. There will be many extra prizes on offer. It is hoped that many of those who played in our classic in the past will again take part this year. This year’s golf classic is again kindly sponsored by Donal Keogan, The Imperial Lounge. Buíochas dó.

Bag Pack

Club members at youth and adult level are asked to note that Cavan Gaels club, in conjunction with Carers’ Ireland and Dunnes’ Stores, are doing a bag pack in the Cavan branch of Dunnes’ Stores on Friday 24 July. Rota names and times will be prepared in the weeks ahead.

Club Newsletter

The June issue of our club newsletter is now available. You can access it on our website or you can receive it by email if you send your email address to Anne Marie Sexton at 087-2288889. If you have any relevant material or new ideas for inclusion in the July newsletter you can contact Rebecca Neligan at 086-3631433. No story too big, no story too small!! The members of our newsletter committee are Rebecca Neligan, John McHugh, Anne Marie Sexton and J.J. Reilly. Some hard copies of the newsletter issues so far will be available. If you want a hard copy contact one of the above committee. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Under-13

Our first game in the u-13 competition is at home to Lavey on Monday 15 June. This is followed by another home game against Cuchullains on Monday 22 June. On Monday 29 June we are away to Dernacrieve Gaels. We have a home game against Drumlane on Monday 6 July. Our final first round game is away to Gowna on Monday 13 July. Best of luck to the team and the management.

Bingo

Our bingo on Friday next 19 June will be in the Farnham Arms Hotel carvery at 9pm. Thanks to our bingo patrons for their consistent support and to all our stewards. Our club lotto is on sale at bingo every Friday night.

Club Sponsor

Club members are asked to remember when shopping that our chief sponsor is Veale’s Pharmacy. Among the June specials are 20% off all sunglasses and suncreams. Thanks to Peter Veale for his generous sponsorship. Buíochas dó.

Blood Donor Clinic

Members are reminded that the blood donor clinic will be in the Hotel Kilmore on Monday 15 June, Tuesday 16 June, Wednesday 17 June and Thursday 18 June from 4.30pm- 8pm each day. When you give blood you get more than you give. For more information on this important matter go to giveblood.ie

Mission Bootcamp

Get fit for summer. The Studio is the venue. Four classes per week- circuits Tuesdays and Thursdays and dangercise Mondays and Wednesdays. €15 per week. It started on Monday 8 June. Further information from 086-3567011.

Club Merchandise

Our club merchandise is now available online through O Neills with a wide selection in all sizes. Follow the link oneills.com and have a look at the Cavan Gaels section on the O Neills online store.

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels are organising a Summer GAA Camp at the end of August. At this camp young people can play football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and happy family atmosphere. Parents are asked to take note that this camp is taking place. Further details will be given later.

Picnic in the Park

Our club is running a Picnic in the Park in Terry Coyle Park in July. This promises to be a fun-filled family day. Details later.

Senior Championship

Our seniors will play Cuchullains in the first round of the senior championship at the end of July.

Health and Wellbeing

Members are asked to note that Brian Galligan and J.J. Reilly are the club contacts in relation to health and wellbeing matters. Information on this important area can be accessed at aware.ie and yourmentalhealth.ie The number for the Samaritans is 1850 60 90 90. Remember it’s ok to say you’re not ok. It’s good to talk.

Club Presentations

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore later in the year. Presentations will be made to the victorious u-21 and senior championship panels, to married couples and to our first championship winning team of 1965.

Terry Coyle Park Development/Friends of Cavan Gaels 

Work is well advanced on our new development in Terry Coyle Park. Our new shop and turnstiles are already in operation. Thanks to all those who have already supported our development through becoming Friends of Cavan Gaels. The money from this source along with our Sports’ Capital Grant has enabled us to proceed with the building. We urge others who have not joined so far to consider signing up in the knowledge that, by so doing, they will be making a significant contribution, not only to the Terry Coyle Park development, but to the long term development of our young boys and girls.

Camogie

Coaching for our under-age camogie players takes place on Wednesday evenings in Terry Coyle Park from 6.15-7.15. Participants are asked to bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Tornadoes 

The gaelic football training for 4-6 year olds continues in Terry Coyle Park on Saturday mornings from 11am-12 noon. New players are very welcome. For further information on the Tornadoes please contact John Fortune 087-6196002, Sean Fitzsimons 087-2051034 or Cian Donohoe 086-1295963. 

Under-Age coaching for boys and girls 

Coaching for boys from 6-12 takes place on Saturdays in Terry Coyle Park at the following times: u-8: 11am-12.30; u-10: 11am-12.30; u-12 : 11am-12.30. Coaching for girls is on Tuesdays at 6.30pm and on Saturday mornings at 11am. For more information on coaching please contact Mark Leddy on 087-8596498.

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