St Farnan’s

The U-14’s got their league campaign off to a disappointing start with a 2-12 to 0-10 away defeat at the hands of Eastern Harps on Tuesday last. The girls were also in action on Saturday, playing two games in the Feile Blitz in the Community Park where unfortunately defeat was also their lot in both. Coolera and neighbours Eoghan Rua provided the opposition. Their next league game is scheduled for Tuesday week, May 2nd, at home to Geevagh.

Defeat was also the lot of the U-12’s in their league clash with CT Gaels in the Community Park on Friday last. The side face Eoghan Rua away this coming Friday.

The U-16’s will be hoping to make it back to back league wins when they travel to play Drumcliffe / Rosses Point on Tuesday.

Registration for the current year is now due and a Registration evening will be held this Thursday, the 27th, between 7 and 8 pm in the clubhouse.

A new development format has been devised for U-8’s and 10’s which sees our club grouped together with Eoghan Rua and Ballisodare. It is planned that this and other groups will assemble every second or third week for specialist training in a fun environment. The first session takes place in St. Farnan’s Community Park on Saturday next, the 29th, commencing at 10.30 am.

Gaelic4Mothers and Others, which the club ran successfully for a few years almost a decade ago is being revived. Registration and the first training session will be held from 8-9 pm on Monday, May the 15th, in the Community Park.The U-14’s got their league campaign off to a disappointing start with a 2-12 to 0-10 away defeat at the hands of Eastern Harps on Tuesday last. The girls were also in action on Saturday, playing two games in the Feile Blitz in the Community Park where unfortunately defeat was also their lot in both. Coolera and neighbours Eoghan Rua provided the opposition. Their next league game is scheduled for Tuesday week, May 2nd, at home to Geevagh.
Defeat was also the lot of the U-12’s in their league clash with CT Gaels in the Community Park on Friday last. The side face Eoghan Rua away this coming Friday.
The U-16’s will be hoping to make it back to back league wins when they travel to play Drumcliffe / Rosses Point on Tuesday.
Registration for the current year is now due and a Registration evening will be held this Thursday, the 27th, between 7 and 8 pm in the clubhouse.
A new development format has been devised for U-8’s and 10’s which sees our club grouped together with Eoghan Rua and Ballisodare. It is planned that this and other groups will assemble every second or third week for specialist training in a fun environment. The first session takes place in St. Farnan’s Community Park on Saturday next, the 29th, commencing at 10.30 am.
Gaelic4Mothers and Others, which the club ran successfully for a few years almost a decade ago is being revived. Registration and the first training session will be held from 8-9 pm on Monday, May the 15th, in the Community Park.

The U-14’s got their league campaign off to a disappointing start with a 2-12 to 0-10 away defeat at the hands of Eastern Harps on Tuesday last. The girls were also in action on Saturday, playing two games in the Feile Blitz in the Community Park where unfortunately defeat was also their lot in both. Coolera and neighbours Eoghan Rua provided the opposition. Their next league game is scheduled for Tuesday week, May 2nd, at home to Geevagh.

Defeat was also the lot of the U-12’s in their league clash with CT Gaels in the Community Park on Friday last. The side face Eoghan Rua away this coming Friday.

The U-16’s will be hoping to make it back to back league wins when they travel to play Drumcliffe / Rosses Point on Tuesday.

Registration for the current year is now due and a Registration evening will be held this Thursday, the 27th, between 7 and 8 pm in the clubhouse.

A new development format has been devised for U-8’s and 10’s which sees our club grouped together with Eoghan Rua and Ballisodare. It is planned that this and other groups will assemble every second or third week for specialist training in a fun environment. The first session takes place in St. Farnan’s Community Park on Saturday next, the 29th, commencing at 10.30 am.

Gaelic4Mothers and Others, which the club ran successfully for a few years almost a decade ago is being revived. Registration and the first training session will be held from 8-9 pm on Monday, May the 15th, in the Community Park.

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