The presentation night for the County under age team's. U-14, U-16 and minors will take place on Friday 13th in the Clanree hotel Letterkenny. All players are asked to be there for 7pm. The player's will sit down to dinner. The presentation of awards will take place at 9pm for anyone wishing to attend. Any queries please contact your team manager.
The Ladies Board presentation is taking place on Friday 6th December at 6.30pm with certificates and awards we are asking all girls to be there at 6.30pm sharp.
Tá C.L.G. Naomh Muire (Íochtar na Rosann) anois ag lorg iarratais uaidh dhuine ar bith ar mhaith leo cur isteach ar phost mar bhainisteoir ar an Fhoireann Sinsearach don séasúr 2014.
Bhain Naomh Muire an craobh Idirmheánach i mbliana agus beidh siad ag imirt i roinn a dó agus i gcraobh chomórtas sinsearach na contae an bhliain seo chugainn.
Cuirtear fáilte roimh iarratais do phost an bhainisteora, roimh 13 Nollaig, chuig:
An Rúnaí, F/C C.L.G. Naomh Muire, Cionn Caslach, Tír Chonaill.
Naomh Muire GAA Club (Lower Rosses)
Seek applications for the position of Senior Team Manager for the 2014 season.
The Club recently won the Intermediate Championship, retained 2nd Div status and will play in the Senior Championship in 2014.
Suitable candidates are invited to apply by December 13th to;
Club Secretary c/o Naomh Muire GAA Club, Kincasslagh, Co Donegal.
Tomorrow our ground crew have a day off from Clubhouse developments!
Our trusted volunteer crew have been doing trojan work to keep the clubhouse extension on schedule by giving of their time on Saturdays and Wednesday evenings,for that the club and entire community are grateful and proud of their efforts!
Tomorrow they take a well earned break to spend a Saturday with their families.
Pass the word on 'No work tomorrow' just in case someone was missed out on the text!
Naomh Muire dominated this match from the first minute and throughout the game in Glenswilly today. Mc Cumhaills now play Cloughaneely in a relegation play-off while Naomh Muire secure their Div 2 status for 2014.
The lads imposed themselves and with goals at the start of each half by Shaun the Yank and Owen Grant...they were too strong for a disappointing Mc Cumhaills side. Every Naomh Muire player contributed and even when Mac Cumhaills threaten to start a fight back they were denied.
Div 2 and Senior Championship next year. Maith sibh a fheara.
Early start today for this game in Maghregallan and it was
St. Eunans who started the brightest and at half time we trailed by 2-06 to 3pts
going into the break. Eunans dominated the first half, but our
girls never say die attitude kept their spirits up and in the second half the
fightback began for the throw in. While our girls camped in side Eunans 45 for
the second half,we just could not get the big scores to win the match and in the
end with some heroic effort from our girls the clock ran out with St'Eunans
emerging victorious. While we left Maghregallan losing this final,the effort by
our young girls was never in question and we are mighty proud of everyone one of
you. Big thanks to Robbie, John Mac, Marion and Eileen and the crew for their work
with this great wee team and the words of our younger girls while having their
much earned tea and biscuits after the match was, "We Will be Back" and of that
their is no doubt with these girls!
In the short space of a few years of Ladies football in the Club it is a big achievement to be in a Minor final at such an early stage in development of the Ladies board. To make a final against a team such as St Eunan's means that the pressure
is all on the Letterkenny side and therefore the young Tigress's from the Lower
Rosses will go into this match giving it their all. The attitude and
determination of this side over the years has been an inspiration and we wish
both management and team all the best on Sunday.
We urge all supporters to make it a day on the road with the Minor Final at 11am in Gaoth Dobhair and the Senior Play-off against McCumhaills in Glenswilly at 2pm.
Big match for the Seniors on Sunday against McCumhaills. The winners of this
match retain their Div 2 status while the losers play Cloughaneely in a
play off. This makes it the most important match of the season and one that the
lads can win and keep their Div 2 position. Although the team were beaten twice
in recent weeks (against top Ulster club sides it must be said), the football
played in both matches was of a high quality and if this is carried into
Sunday's game and over the full hour.......victory will be Naomh Muire's. The
team know that they are capable of winning this play-off and the supporters and
club know that as well.
As normal a huge travelling support is important
and this can be a big boost on the day. We have a growing fan base and no doubt
this will add to the day on Sunday. We wish the lads all the very best and look
forward to another year in Division 2 with victory on Sunday.See More
Éist arís le agallamh a rinne Owenie Mac Gairbheith, Pádraig Mac Eachmharcaigh agus Danny Ó Domhnaill le Séamus Mac Éidigh díreach i ndiaidh cluiche ceannais idirmheánach i bpáirc Uí Dhomhnaill, Leitir Ceanainn.
CLUB PLAN - Meeting tomorrow Monday Night at 8pm.
We invite all club members and non-members to attend a one hour Club Plan meeting in the Banks tomorrow night at 8pm.
Over 140 have attended to date and the Club plan meetings are to collect suggestions, thoughts and comments to feed into what will eventually be the Naomh Muire Club plan for the next 5 years. Remember this is not simply about football or sport but issues and community and we invite all input.
The meeting is designed to allow all voices to be heard and small groups of 3/4 are created. Please do come along and bring a friend or neighbour remembering it is about including as many as possible.
Club Plan meeting tomorrow Night Monday at 8pm