Donaghmore club notes

January 20, 2020

Senior and Reserves: Training continues Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.  We would love to see as much support as possible for this years team and management so why not drop down to the club and see what you can do. 

 

Ladies minors: Training continues Mondays 7-8pm and Thursdays 7:30-8:30pm with the seniors.  Good luck to Eamon, Stevie, Dylan, Megan and the girls whose season is fast approaching. League fixtures TBC but usually begins mid Feb.

 

Quiz: Don’t forget Fri 31st, get your team organised. The Ladies side of the club are having a quiz in the Lower House. Always a great nights craic hosted by our own Quiz master Eamon. All welcome so come along and support our young lady footballers.

 

Minor Lads: are next to take on 2020 with high expectations again this season. Training is set for Wednesdays 7:30- 8:45pm and Sundays (time TBC).  Again good luck to Aidan and the lads.

 

U14 lads: are out in good time with a tough programme of training ahead. Training is set for Thursdays at 7:30pm.

 

Any newcomers to the village are welcome.  Contact Martin O’Neill (Youth Co-ordinator) on 07801819631 or Mark Nugent (Registrar) on 07833367485. Alternatively, just bring your boots to one of the above sessions and speak with one of the coaches.

 

Irish Class/Rang Gaelige: Our rang gaelige is growing from strength to strength. Look out for a new course starting on Tues 21st Jan 7pm for beginners/8pm for intermediate. Running for 8 weeks at £20.  Finishing just before St Patricks Day. Book your spot with Seán Antón Ó Conalláin on 07709714100 or [email protected] Everyone Welcome.

 

Culture: The club is hosting a Céili this Sat 25th Jan in the Bardic.  Great night’s dancing for young and old and of course a great chance to meet new people.  Save the date and don’t be afraid to come along and experience something new but old? 


Thoughts and Prayers:  The club, both players and members continue to offer our thoughts, prayers and support to others in the club and community dealing with sickness and bereavement. Please remember as the festive season ends we should remain considerate not just the elderly but anyone who finds themselves lonely and make an extra special effort to call or visit.

  


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