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Thanks to all the players and parents who attended our registration nights. If you still need to register your child for U8, U10, U12, U14 and U16 please contact Secretary Eddie McCarthy as soon as possible.
 

GAA March 7th

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If a week is a long time in politics the same can certainly be said in sport. Our U21 footballers played their first round match against Killenaule on Monday night last suffering a heavy defeat and went on to lose their losers group match to Clonmel Og on Saturday which ends our interest in the championship for this year. Following their double win last year and starting back early the U21'A' championship was always going to be difficult. Injuries to some of our more established players didn't help the cause. However they can only learn from the experience and I have no doubt these players will have plenty of success in the years ahead.

A very important issue this year is insurance. It is vital before players play games that they be insured. This can be done by paying your membership of €50 for adults to club registrar Tommy O'Sullivan. Training for all adults continues every Tuesday and Friday nights. Players to be on the field at 7-30.

Our adjourned Agm will take place this Friday night at 9-30. A copy of our proposed club constitution can be got on request from Secretary Oliver Vaughen.
 

Juvenile GAA

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The two registration nights held last week in the meeting room of the Sports Hall were very successful with large numbers of children and parents turning up. There are however, a number who still need to register and this needs to be done as soon as possible, as some competitions are ready to begin. Please contact a Club Officer. The Under 8's will start back training after St. Patrick's Day. The Club intends to set up a rota of parents to assist with supervision and lend a hand at training. Our Under 13 hurlers lost to Arravale Rovers last week in Clerihan.
 

Mullinahone GAA Club. 28th Feb

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Juvenile Club: Any player who was unable to attend the registration nights during the week can still do so by contacting Secretary Eddie McCarthy. It is important to have all players registered in Croke Park as soon as possible. Training has started for U16's at the moment. Details of all other grades starting training will be published shortly. Once again we extend an invitation to all new families in the parish to come and join. Coaching will be provided to all players.

Senior Club: With our U21 Footballers in action last Monday night in Dr. Morris Park it is important that all players pay their membership immediately in order for them to be insured. Adult players 50 euro. Students and minors 25 euro. General membership 30 euro and senior citizens 15 euro.

Adjourned agm is fixed for Friday March 6

Ladies Football Club:
The agm took place on Friday February 20 and the following officers were elected for the coming year 2009/2010. Chairpeson: Dennis Collins, Secretary: Aleco Shelly, Treasurer: Brigid Fennelly, Children's Officer: Gráinne O'Meara, Registrars: Anne Reilly and Brigid Fennelly.

The coaches/trainers elected were; U10: Siobhan Dunne and Collette Brett,

U12: Jim White, Mary Tobin and Celine Reilly,
U14: Helena O'Meara and Liam Kelly,
U16: Liam Kelly and Majella O'Regan,
Junior Team: Manager, Dennis Collins.

We are currently looking for a trainer for the Junior team, any interested parties please contact any member of the Ladies Football Club.

We would like to thank all those who attended on the night and are delighted to see some new names in the list of officers and coaches. Best of luck to all for the year ahead!

Registration and sign up to Code of Ethics for under-age players will take place on Wednesday March 4 at 7:30pm in the Sports Complex. It is important that all underage players and a parent attend on this night. We look forward to seeing you all!
 


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