It is with deep regret that the club have learned last night of the passing of one of it's true characters, Frankie Pat Gallagher. Today's divsion 3 league games have been cancelled as a mark of respect.
The club offers it's deepest sympathy to his wife Catherine, his sons Francis and Ciaran and to Frankie’s mother Kathleen Duffy and brothers Jimmy, Denis and Pat.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam usual.
Both teams make the trip eastwards to Newton this Saturday for an another important league game. The reserves are out at 3pm while the seniors throw in at 4:30pm.
Let's get out and support the lads on a day where they have every chance of securing promotion to division 2 with a victory.
All the best to both teams.
The Bord na nÓg AGM will be held on Sunday November 20th in the banks. Prior to the meeting it is important that we know who is willing to get involved in looking after a team for the 2012 season. Please contact Gary if you would like to get involved in a role managing, coaching or helping out with a team.
The club will hold a level 1 coaching course for club coaches during the weekend of December 3rd and 4thin the sports-hall in Dungloe. The course will run on Friday evening from 7pm to 10pm and on Saturday from 9am to 3pm. This is an excellent opportunity for coaches to up-skill on their doorstep with other coaches from the club without having to travel a long distance. The course will be limited so get your name down ASAP. For more information contact Gary on 0863546193.
Training will move indoors from this week on for the winter months. Training will commence on Saturday mornings for under 8s and under 10s and on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 8 for under 12s. Training takes place in the sportshall in Dungloe at the Rosses Community School. To cover the cost of the hall there will be a cost of 2 euros per session. Children need to wear trainers as well as their Naomh Mhuire training gear. Please be there 5 minutes before your training starts.
Team Day Time Year Born
U8s Sat 11am 2004, 2005, 2006
U10s Sat 12pm 2003, 2002
U12s Tues 7pm 2001, 2000
Beidh babhta ceannais réigiúnach de Scór na nÓg ar siúl i Aislann Rann na Feirste ar an 28ú den mhí seo. Beidh na himeachtaí ag tosú ar 7:30 i.n. €5 ar an doras.
Is é seo an chéad uair de fó chumann Naomh Muire na babhtaí ceannais réigiúnach a bheith acu le fada an lá. Bheadh muid buíoch daoibh achan tacaíocht a thig libh a thabhairt de na páistí a rinne iarracht mhór fáil an fhad seo.
The regional finals of Scor na nÓg takes place in Aislann Rann na Feirste on Friday 28th of October. Starting time for the events is 7.30pm sharp. Táille €5.
This is the first time for the Naomh Muire club to host a regional finals for a long number of years,Good support would be appreciated as we have a very young but talented contingent of participents in this years events.
Naomh Muire took another massive step towards promotion this afternoon with a comfortable win against Urris. With Urris not travelling for the reserve game this was the main focus this afternoon and with some favourable results in the division last night, Naomh Muire made sure to push home their advantage at the top of the league. Although the ground was solid , there was a very fast surface and both teams struggled to get the pace of the ball early on. Naomh Muire settled best and led by 0-7 to 0-4 at HT. Urris were only to add 2 scores after the break whereas the young Naomh Muire side pulled well ahead playing some really good fast football in a purple patch in the second half. This was winter football played well. The league is all about getting results and the lads deserve full credit for carving out yet another victory against a physically stronger side.
With three games remaining (Home to Burt and St. Nauls and away to Naomh Colmcille) another victory will see Naomh Muire automatically promoted to division 2. Mathematically with their remaining games Aodh Ruadh can draw level with Naomh Muire's current points total while Burt and St. Nauls could both reach 27 points if they win all their remaining games. Burt have a tough run in with four of their five remaining games away from home which includes a visit to the Banks. St. Nauls also face a tough run in with four of their five games also away from home, one of which will be a visit to the Banks.
Naomh Muire1.Sean Gallagher 2. Aidi O'Gara 3. Thomas Duffy 4. Daniel Gallagher 5. Sean Point Gallagher 6. Séamus Ferry 7. Paul Boyle 8. Dara White (0-02) 9. Owenie McGarvey 10. Harry Harden (0-02) 11. Pádraig McCafferty 12. Owen Grant (0-01) 13. Sean Boyle (s) (0-02) 14. Tom McHugh (0-02) 15.Ciaran McGinley (1-03) 16.Sean Yank Boyle (0-01) for 6 17. Brian Gillespie for 7 18. John Pidgeon for 13 19. Hugh McGeady for 12
URRIS.1.C.Friel(1-00) 2 A.Doherty 3. S.McDaid 4. K.Kelly 5. P.Doherty 6. M.Grant 7. D.Grant 8. L.Diver 9. E.Kelly (0-01) 10. M.Shields 11. M.Toland (0-02) 12. D.Kelly (0-01) 13. C.Brennan 14. A.Friel (0-01) 15. D.Kelly.HT;N.M 0-07 URRIS,0-04.FT;N.M 1-13.URRIS 1-05.
Remaining Fixtures for teams in contention
Naomh Muire (Current Status Played =17, Points = 26)
St. Nauls (Home)
Naomh Colmcille (Away)
St. Nauls (Current Status Played =15, Points = 17)
Naomh Bríd (Away)
Naomh Colmcille (Away)
Naomh Muire (Away)
Burt (Current Status Played =15, Points = 17)
St. Nauls (Home)
Aodh Ruadh (Away)
Naomh Colmcille (Away)
Naomh Muire (Away)
On that day from 9am-4pm- the Club will receive:
saucepans, kettles, irons, cutlery, empty food cans, old cast iron baths, taps, sink tops, ironing boards, fire grates, radiators, solid fuel cookers, food mixers, fire places, drink cans, mobile phones, old boilers and ranges, plumbers copper, electricians... wire, waste electrical equipment, copper, aluminium, lead, stainless steel, brass, cast iron, electrical motors. bicycles, go karts, lawnmowers, trampolines, garden gates, swing frames, goal posts, oil tanks, coal bunkers, steel garden furniture, gas heaters, steel house gutters, golf irons, brass, wheel barrows, cement mixers, old scaffolding, water pumps, steel beams, steel bars, stainless steel, light steel, steel sheets, pipelines, railway lines, sheep wire, fencing wire, Old cars, car and tractor batteries, lorries, diggers, dozers, axels, cables, starter motors, alternators, engines, car radiators, steel and aluminium wheel rims, alloys, gates, corrugated iron.
The scrap taken by you to the GAA Club will then be removed by a reputable recycling company and money raised through the agreed price will be given to the Club. This money will be used on the further development of Club facilities as well as the improved coaching of our young players from 6 years old to Senior.
This also is a green clean-up of our area around our villages and townlands. Recycling this through the GAA Club means that the benefit stays in the community. Several GAA Clubs have done this elsewhere and it has been a big help in cleaning up, clearing out and adding funds to good local use.
For further information on materials accepted or any help needed call 087 6963509
There will be a Bord na nÓg meeting in the banks this Friday evening at 8pm. All coaches and committee members are asked to attend.
Comhairdeas do Club Oíge Rann na Feirsde , Bríd Anna, Seamus Mac Rúairi, Tony Mac Ruairí ar an oiche mhór Scór na nOg a bhí san Aislann.
This was a great turnout of young talented musicians, singers, and Quiz lovers at the Naomh Mhuire selection night for Scór. The winners now go on to the County Semi Finals. Great effort as usual by Bríd Anna....greast hosting by all at the Aislann... in ensuring that the Club and area are well represented this year. Maith sibh uilig.
Torthaí Áitúil Scór Naomh Muire.
Amhranaiocht aonair: Bríd Marie Ní Bheirin
Airseoireacht: Nicola Ní Bhaoill, Club Óige Rann na Feirste
Ceol Uirlise: Club Óige Rann na Feirste
Ballad Group: Club Óige Rann na Feirste
Tráth na gceist: Club Óige Rann na Feirste