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Ray Fallon (Monksland) RIP

It is with deep regret and sadness that Clann na nGael advise of the passing of Ray Fallon, Monksland. Ray was a decorated Hurler in his playing days, winning 2 All-Ireland Junior Hurling Medals with Roscommon (1965, 1974), 1 Connaught Club Hurling Championship Medal (1977) and a total of 9 Senior Hurling County Championship...

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Clann Notes - 28/6/21

Games Development Officer RoleClann na nGael GAA club wish to recruit for the position of Games Development Officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for the implementation of GAA Coaching & Games Development Policy within the Club, by implementing and delivering the Games Development Plan on an annual...

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Games Development Officer

Clann na nGael GAA club wish to recruit for the position of Games Development Officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for the implementation of GAA Coaching & Games Development Policy within the Club, by implementing and delivering the Games Development Plan on an annual basis with the assistance of...

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2021 Membership Registration

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Clann na nGael registration for 2021 is now open and will be carried out online only. Online registration has been brought in as a result of COVID. Registration this year will be through a new online GAA/LGFA system called Foireann (Irish for team). Please click the link below:www.foireann.ie/  Note: If you used the...

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Clann Notes - 06/01/21

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Clann legend hangs up his bootsClann na nGael would like to advise that our Senior player Donal Shine has decided to bring an end to his playing career due to ongoing injury concerns. Donie has enjoyed a glittering playing career for both club and county. He was instrumental in the Roscommon Minors claiming the All-Ireland...

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Clann Notes - 17/8/20

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Senior Championship Well done to our Matrix Bathrooms sponsored Senior Men who overcame Strokestown in Johnstown on Saturday last in Round 3 of the Championship. Thanks to our parks committee who had the pitch and grounds in perfect condition for the game. A minutes silence was observed before the game for Morgan Keena...

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Clann Notes - 27/07/20

Clann v St. Brigid’s Roscommon Senior Championship Rd. 1 - 25/7/20 It was a game of two halves for the opener of our Matrix Bathroom’s sponsored Senior Men’s Championship campaign. Clann faced St. Brigid’s in a repeat of the 2018 Final at Dr. Hyde Park. Due to the attendance restrictions, the match was being streamed...

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Senior Club Championship Ticket Allocation

Due to continuing Covid 19 restrictions, a 200-person limit has been placed on GAA match attendances for the next three weeks (at least). Roscommon GAA County Board have advised that this limit will apply in our opening SFC game against St Brigid’s on July 25th in Hyde Park and our R2 fixture v Elphin on 1st Aug (away)....

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Sunday Morning Bord na nÓg Returns

The Sunday mornings in Johnstown will be starting back with strict guidelines as outlined by the GAA, so please make sure you contact your group team manager before arriving at training.  NOTE: Please see the Safe Return Do's and Don'ts check-list to ensure that all Players, Coaches and Parents are aware of the guidelines.   U.10's...

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Club Notes - 22/6/20

Return to Action The Clann Covid Sub Committee are hard at work getting everything in order for when Johnstown will re-open. Thanks to PJ Brien, Vincent Brien, Gerry Shine, Peter Shine & Tommy Fallon for putting everything in place for COVID 19, as well as PD Contractors for helping with the signs. As we look forward...

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Clann na nGael

Clann na nGael GAA Club
Johnstown,
Athlone,
Co. Roscommon.
N37 DX94

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