Minor Girls power on to County FinalCongratulations to our Minor girls who overcame St Faithleachs in the semi-final on Sunday morning last in Ballyleague on a comprehensive score-line of 7-20 to 5-05.
This victory was backboned by a super opening half where the Clann girls simply over powered the home girls in a terrific showing and clocked up 5-12 in response to Faithleachs solitary single point. In the second half the Ballyleague girls did put up a gallant fight but the visitors kept up the pressure to eventually run out winners on a score line of 7-20 to 5-05.
Clann now progress to the final where they will play old rivals St Dominics. The date and venue for this final is not know yet, so keep an eye on local press and our social media outlets.
Clann panel and scores: Eaodain Lennon, Aoife O Neill, Amy Quinn, Christina Connell, Megan Kelly (0-01), Kelley Colgan, Emma Kildea, Aine Connaughton (1-0), Ide Crehan, Caoimhe Galvin (0-1), Sinead Farrell (2-4), Roise Lennon (0-1), Aoife O Brien (0-1), Kayleigh Shine (1-5), Kara Earle (2-3). Jenny Seery, Aisling McGolderick, Daneille greasley (0-2), Louise Egan (0-1), Mollie Dolan, Elle Hewitt, and Keirstan Greasley
U14 GirlsClann U14 girls were narrowly beaten last Sunday in the championship semi final against St Brigids in Johnstown. An excellent game played in ideal conditions. This was the first defeat this year in the county for the Clann girls and the six week break in fixtures did not help them. Clann are due to play in the shield final. Opponents and date to be confirmed.
G4M&O'sOur Gaelic for Mother's and Other's team headed to Portmarnock for the Lidl National G4M&O's blitz day on Saturday the 14th of October. 2000 ladies from all over Ireland took part on this most enjoyable day. This is Clann's 5th year to take part and had 5 very successful games to play.
Our G4M&O'S would sincerely like to thank Lennon's Fruit & Veg and Connaughton's Pub for kindly sponsoring them with new gear. Our ladies were very well kitted out going to the National Blitz.
Tormeys Solicitors sponsor Clann MinorsDeclan O’Flaherty from Tormeys Solicitors, Athlone presenting a new set of jerseys for the Clann na nGael Minor team to Aiden Brien, Clann na nGael club chairman.
Tormeys Solicitors are the new sponsors of the Minor team and Minor board making them one of the clubs main sponsors. Clann na nGael would like to thank Declan O’Flaherty, Tony Henry and Brian Murphy, partners with Tormey Solicitors for their increased sponsorship of Clann na nGael.
Included in the photo from left to right: Brian Brogan (club Secretary), Aiden Brien (Club Chairperson), Declan O’Flaherty (Tormeys Solicitors and Club Coaching Officer), Declan Dolan (Club Treasurer)
Coach Education On Line Foundation CourseRoscommon Coach Education tutor group will be running an on-line football and hurling foundation course which will open on Monday November 6th until Thursday November 30th.
All underage coaches both male and female must complete a Foundation level course. Pre-booking is essential. The theory part of the course (6 modules) will be completed on-line with a practical session to complete the course in early December followed by a Sport awareness child protection course.
Anybody who wishes to reserve a place please contact Coaching Officer Declan O’Flaherty on 086 8040692 or any member of the club executive.
Job Notice - Moore Community EmploymentMoore Community Employment are looking to fill two care taking positions in Clann na nGael, located in Johnstown.
If interested please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for further information contact Pat on 086 2501475 Aidan on 086 813 4300.
The draw took place in Athlone Springs on Sunday 15th October with a jackpot of €8,200.
The numbers drawn were 10, 13, 16, 22.
No winner, match 3 wins €50 each:Winners (Sellers):
Bernie Watson (Declan Rock)
Breda Cunniffe (Ollie Colgan)
Paul Dunning (Connaughtons)
Sean Lynch (Mary Menton)
Next week's jackpot will be €8,400 and the draw will be in The Grove.
Thanks to everyone who supports Clann’s Lotto every week.
Online LottoDid you know? Over €25,000 was won in the Clann lotto in 2016. We're aware that there's lots of club members living in Dublin and abroad who would like to enter but do not have the access to do so. With this in mind, we are happy to announce that the Clann lotto can now be entered online.
Click Here to take part and help support the club. Entry closes every Sunday at 6pm, entries after 6pm will be carried over to the following week.
Club ShopThe Clann Shop is now online with a wide range of O'Neills gear to purchase. The shop can be accessed via the ClannGAA.ie menu or directly by visiting tiny.cc/ClannShop
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