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Féile Peil na nÓg 2017

Féile time is here once again. Féile is about participation and we are delighted that we have 2 teams (Boys and Girls) from Cavan Gaels taking part across the various divisions in More »

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 »

Club Notes – Nov 16th

Lotto

15.11.15 – Draw took place in McGinnitys. Jackpot €3700. Numbers drawn: 4, 5, 6, 28. There was no Jackpot winner. €20 Winners: Karen Simpson c/o Paddy Reilly, Gormley Family c/o Malachy Byrne, Mona Denning c/o bingo, Paddy Smith c/o John Smith, Noel Lynch c/o Anne Fortune.

New Clubrooms

Our new Clubrooms are looking very impressive. Painting is almost complete and tiling is ongoing. Thanks to those volunteers who sealed floors on Saturday last. The finished product will be a wonderful job and a fantastic resource for the future. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair íontach.

Ladies

Congratulations to the Senior Ladies and Management who held their first official planning meeting in the new Clubrooms last Saturday afternoon.

Under-14s

Congratulations again to our under-14 Boys who defeated Crosserlough recently in the Div. 1 Championship Final in Breffni  Park. The Gaels emerged victorious after a tight and pulsating contest on a scoreline of 6-6 to 4-7. Well done to this group on a fantastic achievement and a great season. Comhghairdeas dóibh.

A.G.M.

Please note that our AGM will now take place in the new Clubrooms at Terry Coyle Park on Saturday 28th November at 7pm.

U-21 Championship

Hard luck to the lads who were defeated by Ramor on Saturday evening in Kingspan 3G by a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-10.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo will take place in St. Pat’s on Friday next 20th November at 9pm. Please note change of venue. €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.

Scór na nÓg

Well done to both our instrumental team and 2 dance teams that represented our Club at the Scór na nÓg county final in Killeshandra on Saturday last 14th Nov. Our instrumental team put on a fantastic performance but unfortunately were pipped at the post. Congratulations to our dance team (Webber School of Dancing) who won out their competition and are through to Ulster. We wish them all the best in the next round. Thank you to all who took patrt and to those helping out behind the scenes. Cavan Gaels Abú.

Get Well Soon

Best wishes and a speedy recovery to Hon. President, Mick McCarthy, who is currently recuperating in hospital. Sláinte chuige.

Anti-Bullying Week 2015

Ulster GAA and our County Boards, in conjunction with the Northern Ireland Anti Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), are calling on all units of the Association to take part in ‘Anti Bullying Week’ from the 16th to 22nd Nov.

This Year’s theme is “What bullying means to me”, which looks at the definition of bullying, helping us to understand it as a “repeated use of power, intentionally, to harm, hurt and adversely affect the rights and needs of another or others”.

It is an issue that causes many problems in our Clubs and communities. This year we are encouraging all members and Clubs to formally adopt the GAA Anti Bullying Policy, to consider running the GAA ‘Tackling Bullying Programme, and to be proactive about a zero tolerance approach to bullying.

Club Newsletter

The 7th  issue of our monthly newsletter is now available. Please note that you can access all the issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact John McHugh 0861715661 or Rebecca Nelligan 0863631433. 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 our newsletters so far.  We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. If you have some material or suggestions for future issues email them to newsletter@cavangaels.ie

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 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.

Tornadoes 

Gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls has now moved indoors to St. Patrick’s College 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. Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí.

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.

Santa

Tá Santa ag teacht! Santa is visiting Terry Coyle Park on Saturday 12th Dec. at 11a.m.

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Club Notes – Nov 9th 2015

Lotto
8.11.15 -Draw took place in Farnham Hotel. Jackpot €3600. Numbers drawn: 6,28,14,23. There was no Jackpot winner. €20 Winners: Mary Fannon c/o Bingo, Michael McConnell c/o bingo, Margie Smith c/o bingo, Helena Duffy c/o Phildy Murray, Cathal Collins yearly.

Under-14s

Congratulations to our under-14 Boys who defeated Crosserlough on Sunday evening last in the Div. 1 Championship Final in Breffni Park. The Gaels emerged victorious after a tight and pulsating contest on a scoreline of 6-6 to 4-7. Well done to this group on a fantastic achievement and a great season.

A.G.M.

Please note that our AGM will now take place in the new Clubrooms at Terry Coyle Park on Saturday 28th November at 7pm.

U-21 Championship
Our U21s defeated Naomh Bríd in the 1st round Championship replay on Sunday last by the narrowest of margins: 1 point! Comhghairdeas dóibh.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo will take place in The Farnham Hotel on Friday next 13th November at 9pm. Please note change of venue. €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.

Health and Wellbeing

Club members are asked to note that the SOSAD Talk Series continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on the following date:

Thursday 12 November at 7pm- Teen and Adult Depression by Dr Tony Humphries Clinical Psychologist , Author and Motivational Speaker.

But remember that everyone is welcome and admission is free.

Health and Wellbeing Seminar

The annual County Board Health and Wellbeing seminar will take place in the Hotel Kilmore on Saturday 14 November from 9.30am- 2pm.

Club Newsletter

The 7th issue of our monthly newsletter is now available. Please note that you can access all the issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact John McHugh 0861715661 or Rebecca Nelligan 0863631433. 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 our newsletters so far. We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. If you have some material or suggestions for future issues email them to newsletter@cavangaels.ie

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 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

Tornadoes

Gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls has now moved indoors to St. Patrick’s College 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. Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí.
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 – Nov 1st 2015

Cavan Gaels

New Clubrooms

A significant milestone was reached last Thursday when our new Clubrooms were officially handed over by contractors EPL to Club Chairman, Michael Mooney and Cavan Gaels GAA Club.

Lotto

1.11.15 -Draw took place in Dunnes Bar. Jackpot €3500. Numbers drawn: 1,5,18,28. There was no Jackpot winner. €20 Winners: Ann Smith c/o Bingo, Bernie Mooney c/o Luna, Luke Sexton c/o Michael Sexton, Tommy Donohoe c/o Abbey Bar, Emily McBrein c/o Slieve Rossa.

Under-14s

Our under-14 Boys played Redbridge on Sunday evening last in the Div. 1 Championship semi-final in Breffni 3G. The Gaels emerged convincing winners, 10-8 to 3-10. Well done to this group who have had a long and busy season. They now face Crosserlough in the Div. 1 Final next Sunday in Breffni Park at 18:30. Ádh mór orthu.

Ladies

Hard luck to our U-16 Girls who were defeated by Killygary on Saturday last. Well done to all involved for a great effort.

A.G.M.

Please note that our AGM will now take place in the new Clubrooms at Terry Coyle Park on Saturday 28 November at 7pm. Nominations and motions must be received no later than Sat.7th  Nov. and should be given or posted to Club Secretary, Louis Blessing, Derrycramph, Cavan. Forms are available from the secretary.

U-21 Championship

Cavan Gaels 1-15  Naomh Bríd 2-12

Bingo

Please note that our bingo will take place in St. Patrick’s College on Friday next 6th November at 9pm. Please note change of venue. €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.

Health and Wellbeing

Club members are asked to note that the SOSAD Talk Series continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on the following dates:

Tuesday 3 November at 7pm- Talk on Suicide Bereavement by Dr Paul Gaffney Clinical Psychologist.

Thursday 12 November at 7pm- Teen and Adult Depression by Dr Tony Humphries Clinical Psychologist , Author and Motivational Speaker.

But remember that everyone is welcome and admission is free.

Health and Wellbeing Seminar

The annual County Board Health and Wellbeing seminar will take place in the Hotel Kilmore on Saturday 14 November from 9.30am- 2pm.

Club Newsletter

The 7th  issue of our monthly newsletter is now available. Please note that you can access all the issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact John McHugh 0861715661 or Rebecca Nelligan 0863631433. If you’re abroad, please bring a Gaels jersey with you and send a photo of the jersey being worn to  HYPERLINK “mailto:irish59575@yahoo.com” 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 our newsletters so far.  We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. If you have some material or suggestions for future issues email them to newsletter@cavangaels.ie

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 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

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Tornadoes

Gaelic football training for 4-6 year old boys and girls has now moved indoors to St. Patrick’s College 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. Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí.

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 – Sept 28th 2015

Lotto 

Our most recent weekly lotto draw was held in the Luna Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 1, 13, 16, 17. The jackpot was €3100. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners are Thomas Lynch c/o Karen Galligan, Mark Johnston c/o Joe Johnston, Pauric Curran c/o Slieve Rossa, Teresa Galligan c/o Karen Galligan, Ann O Donnell c/o Darragh Galligan. The draw for next week’s jackpot of €3200 will be held on Sunday next in Blessing’s Bar. Thanks to all those who buy our lotto and to those who facilitate the draw in any way.

John Fee Memorial Club Day 

Cavan Gaels would like to thank all those who helped to make the annual John Fee Memorial Day such a success on Saturday last in Terry Coyle Park. Thanks to the parents, children and helpers. A big thank you to everyone on the burger stand, the face painting tent, the cake stand, the merchandise stand and the coffee/tea shop. Thanks to our two referees and anyone else who helped to organise the event and helped out on the day. Thanks to the 130 children who took part in the various activities. Finally we would like to thank Kathleen Fee and her family, Raymond Dunne, Mick McCarthy and Terence Smith who presented the winning cups and plaque to the winning teams on the day. The plaque presented on the day was donated to the club by Brother Cyril former Cavan Gaels stalwart and under-age football coach. The games and cups commemorated our deceased members John Fee, Ruairí Dunne and Hughie Smith. Ar dheis lámh De go raibh a nanamacha.

Under-14s 

Our under-14s are playing away to Crosserlough on Monday 28 September at 6pm. Their next game will be at home to Gowna on Saturday next 3 October at 2pm. Please support.

A.G.M.

Our AGM will take place in the Farnham Hotel on Saturday 28 November at 7pm.

Bingo 

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 2 October 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 Presentations 

Members are asked to note that Cavan Gaels are holding a series of presentations in the Hotel Kilmore on Saturday 21 November. 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.

Health and Wellbeing 

Club members are asked to note that the SOSAD Talk Series takes place in the Farnham Arms Hotel on the following dates-

Thursday 8 October at 7pm – Talk on Suicide by Dr Eoin Galavan Clinical Psychologist.

Tuesday 3 November at 7pm- Talk on Suicide Bereavement by Dr Paul Gaffney Clinical Psychologist.

Thursday 12 November at 7pm- Teen and Adult Depression by Dr Tony Humphries Clinical Psychologist , Author and Motivational Speaker.

But remember that everyone is welcome and admission is free.

Health and Wellbeing Seminar

The annual County Board Health and Wellbeing seminar will take place in the Hotel Kilmore on Saturday 14 November from 9.30am- 2pm.

Terry Coyle Park Development Draw 

Cavan Gaels held their fundraising draw for their new Terry Coyle Park development at bingo on Friday last. The first prize of a kitchen or wardrobes (valued at €3500), kindly sponsored by Brian Galligan, Kitchens Direct, Cavan was won by Claire Dunne c/o Martin Dunne snr. The second prize of two All-Ireland football final tickets plus a night for two in the Radisson Blu, St Helen’s Hotel, Dublin was won by Emma McMahon c/o Bingo. Thanks to all those who supported the draw. Thanks in particular to Niall O Riordan who was the impetus behind the initiative.

Club Newsletter

We are working on the sixth issue of our club newsletter. Please note that you can access all the issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact J.J. Reilly at 086-1005303. 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 our newsletters so far.  We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. If you have some material or suggestions for future issues email them to newsletter@cavangaels.ie 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 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.

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.

Survey

Cavan County Board are asking as many people as possible to provide feedback on the structure of the current competition.

Please complete the survey here:
http://cavangaa.ie/cavan-gaa-fixtures-survey/

Club Notes – Sept 14th 2015

Lotto 

Our most recent weekly lotto draw was held in McMahon’s Café Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 12, 15, 27, 32. The jackpot was €2900. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners are Rosemary Murphy c/o Bingo, Donagh Reilly c/o J.J. Reilly, Anne Teresa Michelle, c/o Bingo, Alison Maguire c/o Bingo, Lisa Jermyn c/o Luna Bar. The draw for next week’s jackpot of €3000 will be held on Sunday next in McGinnity’s Bar. Thanks to all those who buy our lotto and to those who facilitate the draw in any way.

Terry Coyle Park Development Draw

Cavan Gaels held their fundraising draw for their new Terry Coyle Park development at bingo on Friday last. The first prize of a kitchen or wardrobes (valued at €3500), kindly sponsored by Brian Galligan, Kitchens Direct, Cavan was won by Claire Dunne c/o Martin Dunne snr. The second prize of two All-Ireland football final tickets plus a night for two in the Radisson Blu, St Helen’s Hotel, Dublin was won by Emma McMahon c/o Bingo. Thanks to all those who supported the draw. Thanks in particular to Niall O Riordan who was the impetus behind the initiative.

Senior Championship

Best of luck to our seniors who play Kingscourt in the quarter-final of this year’s championship in Kingspan Bréifne Park on Saturday evening next at 8pm. Best of luck also to the team management.

Minor Championship

Our minors, having drawn with Ramor United in the championship on Tuesday last, met them in Terry Coyle Park recently in the replay. Though we put up a brave performance we failed to land the spoils. We now play Southern Gaels. Best of luck to the players and management.

Under-10s

Well done to our under-10s and their management on winning the final of the annual prestigious Gowna GFC under-10 blitz on Saturday last. They defeated Mullahoran in the final.

Under-14s

Best of luck to our under-14s who play their opening championship game against Ballymachugh in Terry Coyle Park on Thursday next 17 September at 6.30pm. Please support.

The Gaels Abroad

Well done to Cavan Gaels player Conor McClarey whose team, the Borús, won the San Francisco gaelic football championship recently. Hard luck to another Cavan Gaels player Damian Kellegher whose team Glasgow Gaels were beaten on Sunday last by the Edinburgh team Dunedin Connollys in the final of the Scottish gaelic football championship.

Sympathy

Cavan Gaels GAA Club extends its sympathy to the O Reilly family, Foxrock, on the recent sudden death of Brian O Reilly. Brian, son of the famous Cavan footballer John Joe O Reilly and Olive O Reilly, played with Cavan Gaels, most notably in the minor championship final against Bailieboro in 1962 which we lost by a point. He also played with Cavan Gaels at adult level. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a anam.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 18 September 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.

John Fee Memorial Club Day

Please note that the annual John Fee club day will take place on Saturday 26 September in Terry Coyle Park. This day has been a long term fixture in the Cavan Gaels’ calendar and is always a fitting tribute to the memory of a renowned and indefatigable Cavan Gaels clubman. It’s a day for young and old alike, full of fun and games and food. Among the many activities, there will be camogie, Gaelic football for boys and girls and rounders. So come along!

Club Newsletter

The fifth issue of our club newsletter is now out. Please note that you can access all five issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact J.J. Reilly at 086-1005303. 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 our newsletters so far.  We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. If you have some material or suggestions for future issues email them to newsletter@cavangaels.ie Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Mission Bootcamp

Mission Bootcamp is back. 6 week fitness/weight loss programme in the Studio. 2 dangercise classes per week/2 circuit classes per week. Cost €80 or €15 per week. Further details from Niall O Riordan at 086-3567011.

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 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 – Sept 7th, 2015

Lotto 

Our most recent weekly lotto draw was held in Dunnes’ Bar on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 2, 4, 16, 17. The jackpot was €2800. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners are Pauric Curran c/o Slieve Rossa, Frank Farrell c/o J.J. Reilly, P.J. Lynch c/o Phildy Murray, Angela Newman c/o McGinnity’s, Eoin Smith c/o Smith’s Footwear. The draw for next week’s jackpot of €2,900 will be held on Sunday next in McMahon’s Café Bar. Thanks to all those who buy our lotto and to those who facilitate the draw in any way.

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 Friday 11 September 2015. Make sure you’re in the draw!

Senior Championship

In the championship quarter-final, our seniors will play the winners of the Kingscourt-Ballinagh replay.

Minor Championship

Our minors drew with a fancied Ramor United side in the championship in Virginia on Tuesday last. We were ahead in injury time but the homesters rallied to level the scores on the cusp of full-time. In the most recent minor championship draw the losers of the Cavan Gaels-Ramor United game will play Southern Gaels. Best of luck and well done to the players and management.

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 11 September 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.

Congratulations

Congratulations to Joe Dunne and Sarah Lysaght who were married in St Patrick’s Church, Trim on Saturday last. We wish health and happiness to both of them in their married life.

John Fee Memorial Club Day

Please note that the annual John Fee club day will take place on Saturday 26 September in Terry Coyle Park. This day has been a long term fixture in the Cavan Gaels’ calendar and is always a fitting tribute to the memory of a renowned and indefatigable Cavan Gaels clubman. It’s a day for young and old alike, full of fun and games and food. Among the many activities, there will be camogie, Gaelic football for boys and girls and rounders. So come along!

Club Newsletter

The fifth issue of our club newsletter is coming out soon. Please note that you can access all five issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact J.J. Reilly at 086-1005303. 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 our newsletters so far.  We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. If you have some material or suggestions for future issues email them to newsletter@cavangaels.ie Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Mission Bootcamp

Mission Bootcamp is back. 6 week fitness/weight loss programme in the Studio. 2 dangercise classes per week/2 circuit classes per week. Cost €80 or €15 per week. Further details from Niall O Riordan at 086-3567011.

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 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 31st, 2015

Lotto 

Our most recent weekly lotto draw was held in the Slieve Rossa on Sunday last. The numbers drawn were 3, 5, 21, 27. The jackpot was €2700. There was no jackpot winner. The €20 winners are Helena Duffy c/o Slieve Rossa, Rosemary Murphy c/o Bingo, Paul Sheridan c/o Phildie Murray, Moira Brady c/o Cavan Gifts, Maureen Fitzpatrick c/o Bingo.  The draw for next week’s jackpot of €2,800 will be held on Sunday next in Dunnes Bar. Thanks to all those who buy our lotto and to those who facilitate the draw in any way.

Minor Championship

Our minors had a welcome and deserved three point victory over Castlerahan in the championship replay on Tuesday last. They now play away to Ramor Utd this Tuesday 1 September at 7pm. Best of luck to the players and 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) 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 Friday 11 September 2015. Make sure you’re in the draw!

Bingo

Please note that our bingo continues in the Farnham Arms Hotel on Friday next 4 September 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.

Congratulations

Congratulations to Noel Mooney who officiated at the All-Ireland minor semi-final between Tipperary and Kildare on Sunday last. Well done also to Noel’s fellow clubmen Bernie Quinn, Michael Mooney, Martin Sheridan and Mickey Graham who acted as umpires. A great honour for their families, their club and their county. Comhghairdeas.

Sympathy

Cavan Gaels GAA Club extends its sympathy to the Ronan family on the recent death of Una Ronan Highfield Road. She was the mother of Dessie and Adrian both of whom have children playing with Cavan Gaels. Adrian himself also lined out with our club. Solas na bhFlaitheas uirthi.

Club Newsletter

The fifth issue of our club newsletter is coming out soon. Please note that you can access all five issues of our newsletter by visiting the Cavan Gaels website and clicking on the icon “Newsletter” on the top right hand side. The issues of our club newsletter are available in hard copy as well. If you want a hard copy contact J.J. Reilly at 086-1005303. 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 our newsletters so far.  We would welcome some feedback and some suggestions for future issues. Bail ó Dhia ar an obair.

Mission Bootcamp

Mission Bootcamp is back. 6 week fitness/weight loss programme in the Studio. 2 dangercise classes per week/2 circuit classes per week. Cost €80 or €15 per week. Further details from Niall O Riordan at 086-3567011.

John Fee Memorial Club Day

Please note that the annual John Fee club day will take place on Saturday 26 September in Terry Coyle Park. This day has been a long term fixture in the Cavan Gaels’ calendar and is always a fitting tribute to the memory of a renowned and indefatigable Cavan Gaels clubman. It’s a day for young and old alike, full of fun and games and food. Among the many activities, there will be camogie, Gaelic football for boys and girls and rounders. So come along!

Summer Camp 

Cavan Gaels held a very successful Summer GAA Camp for boys and girls in Terry Coyle Park on Monday and Tuesday last in very welcome balmy weather. At this camp the participants, from 4-12, sampled gaelic football, camogie and rounders in a safe and fun-filled environment and a happy family atmosphere. Well done and thank you to the gaelic football coaches- John Fortune, Barry Fortune, Mícheál Lyng, Cian Donohoe, Liam Cooke, Fearghal Blessing, Evaan Fortune, Rebecca Tully and Hanna McHugh. Thanks to our camogie coaches- Mary Keniry, Karen Boyle, Michelle Tarpey and Nola O Hanlon and our rounders coaches- Dympna Reilly and Oisín O Reilly. A special thanks to the camp organisers- Mark Leddy, John McHugh, Mary McCarthy, Anne Fortune, Barbara Fortune and Karen Galligan. This was the second year of our camp. It is hoped to expand it in the years ahead and make it a must on our annual events’ calendar.

Congratulations

Congratulations to Cormac and Rebecca Neligan on the recent birth of their son Rían and to Lorcan and Kelly Martin on the recent birth of their son Connla. Coincidentally, both fathers are part of the Cavan Gaels senior team management!

Cavan GAA Club Player’s Book on Anxiety/Health and Well Being

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.

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 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.

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