Under 12 GirlsOur U12 Girls recently completed phase 1 of the 2018 championship having being drawn to play Oran, Padraig Pearses and St. Faithleachs in the first round.
Initially the squad travelled to Oran to take on a strong home team. Clann were slow out of the blocks and found themselves 8 points down at the interval. Bearing in mind that goals and points count equally as a single score in this years competition, our sluggish start left us with an uphill task in the second half. Gradually Clann worked their way back into the game and finished strongly with good performances by Emily McDonnell, Shauna Egan and Ella Kenny to end up beaten on a scoreline of 14 to 7.
St. Faithleachs failed to field a team meaning our remaining group match V Padraig Pearses in Johnstown was a decider in terms of qualification to phase 2 of the competition. The Clann Girls hit the ground running and ran up an impressive first half tally, in the end securing victory by 25 scores to 2. Fair to say this was very much an improved performance from the Girls with Clann dominant in all aspects of play.
Phase 2 of the championship is due to commence this weekend with all teams guaranteed three further matches as the competition intensifies. Best of luck to all the panel involved.
Full squad : Aine Collins, Amy Harney, Aoibhinn Brogan, Aoife Naughton, Ava Gavin, Katlin Gavin, Caoimhe dolan, Ciara Hyland, Ella Kenny, Ellie Dolan, Emily Mcdonnell, Erin Donoghue, Kayleigh Lennon, Kiera Timlin, Leah Naughton, Mary-Joe Kavanagh, Meabh McGoldrick, Meabh O Higgins, Niamh McEvilly, Niamh Reynolds, Rachel Mulvihill, Rebecca Hynes, Roisin O’Brien, Roisin Macken, Ruth Brien, Saoirse Dully, Sarah Flynn, Sarah Geoghean, Sarah O Reilly, Shauna Egan, Tara Duignan & Tara Kelly
ACC Sports Star AwardsWell done to our very own Clann players who were awarded Sports Star of the Year 2018 in Athlone Community College. A great achievement.
Junior Female Sports Star: Grace Hannon (U16 Clann player)
Junior Male Sports Star: Fionann Henry (U16 Clann player)
Senior Female Sports Star: Amy Quinn (Minor & Senior Clann player)
Senior Male Sports Star: Sea Henry (Minor & Senior Clann player)
Ball WallGAA Community spirit at its best - The Clann na nGael ball wall was completed at the weekend - Big thanks to Joanne, Kelly and Ollie Colgan, who were helped by Pat, Darren Cooley, Trevor Walshe, Declan O Flaherty and Joe kavanagh. Special thanks to Dooleys Albany for sponsoring the paint to make this happen!
Coaching WorkshopGreat turn out for the Roscommon Coaching & Games Development Club Coaches Workshop in Johnstown on Saturday last.
The Workshop was held with former Roscommon footballer, 1985 All-Star recipient, 1990/91 Connacht Champion, 2013 Irish International Rules manager & National GAA Coach Education Tutor Paul Earley.
GAA Cúl CampsKellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games.
The Cúl Camp will take place in Johnstown from Monday 2nd July until Friday 6th July.
Online booking is preferred to ensure child will get the training gear and backpack on the week of the camp. Cost for the first child is €60 with discounts for additional children included. The cost is great value for money, given the gear that will be provided. These camps are hugely successful for the GAA throughout the country and we hope there will be a very large turnout in Johnstown!
Visit www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie to book your place at Cúl Camp Johnstown.
Employment for Third level Kelloggs Cul Camp coachesRoscommon Coaching and Games Development are seeking applications from third level students/coaches to work on our Kellogg’s Cull camps for 2018. All students must have GAA Garda Vetting and are requested to forward application letter and CV to Roscommon GAA Games Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gaelic 4 Mother's & Other'sAre you interested in keeping fit in a fun, non-competitive and social environment? Then come along for weekly exercise in a fun way while meeting other mother's and other's in the area. No experience in gaelic football required. We welcome all ages, shapes and sizes. Training takes place every Thursday night at 8.30pm in Johnstown.
No experience in gaelic football required, we welcome all ages, shapes and sizes. Training takes place every Thursday night at 8.30pm in Johnstown.
Clann HolidayGetting sick of the Irish weather? The destination for this years club holiday is Lanzarote and is leaving on 20th October and returning on 27th. Places are going fast so if you want to go book your place contact Breda Dolan (0868971409) or Mary Rock (0877838966)
The draw took place in the Grove on Sunday 20th May with a jackpot of €3,800.
The numbers drawn were 16, 21, 22, 28.
No Winner, match 3 win €100:
Ann Naughten (Connaughtons)
Noel Higgins (Brian Fallon)
Next week's jackpot will be €4,000 and the draw will be in Shines.
Thanks to everyone who supports Clann’s Lotto every week. Enter online at ClannGAA.ie/Lotto
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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