Donoughmore GAA Primary Games Information & Registration Evening 2015

Venue: Club Rooms, Lackabawn

Date: Tuesday 25th November 2014 

Time: 7.00 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. 

 

Primary games covers the coaching and development of all children under 12 years (born 2003 and after) who are 

attending primary school. 

 

Tuesday 25th November is the designated night for registration for 2015. All children intending to train or play must 

register. Unregistered children will not be allowed to participate in any club activities, including coaching  sessions or games. 

 

If you are unable to register due to financial constraints, please contact the Childrens’ Officer, Liam O’Hanlon, on 

mobile 087-9104898 or email liamohanlon@ymail.com. All queries will be treated in strict confidence. 

 

Also, Eamon Ryan, Cork Senior Ladies Manager, will be our guest speaker on the night. 

Club gear including hurleys, sliotars, jerseys, etc. will be on sale on the night. 

 

Registration Fees: 

Primary & juvenile members (All children under 18)  €30 for first child and an additional €10 per child to a maximum of €50 per family 

Full Membership (non-playing adult) €35

Family Membership €100.00 for family consisting of two non -playing adults and children – under 18 years

 

Schedule for the Night:

7.00 to 7.30 p.m. Registration for 2015

7.30 to 8.00 p.m. Address by Eamon Ryan

8.00 to 8.30 p.m. Refreshments & final registration

 


Club AGM

The Annual General meeting of Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Domhnach Mór will be held in the Clubrooms in Lackabawn on Wednesday 5th November @ 7.30pm.  All members are asked to attend.

 

Agenda:

1. Adoption of Standing Orders.

2. Adoption of Minutes of A.G.M. 2013

3. Matters Arising.

4. Consideration of Secretary’s Annual Report

5. Consideration of Financial Report.

6. The Chairman’s Address

7. Motions

8. Election of Honorary Members

9. Election of Officers and Members of Executive Committee

10. Election to positions not holding seat on Executive ie. Referees, Assistants to Officers, Medical Officer etc.

11. Election to Sub Committees

12. Discussion on Grading of Teams

13. Membership Fee

14. Any Other Business


Senior Infants Fundamental/Multi-Skills Demonstration Nights

Donoughmore GAA primary games committee will undertake 2 training demonstrations with all senior
infants children in the parish. The aim of these demonstrations is to provide the parents of these children with an insight into coaching children at this age group.
 
From the ages of 5 to 8, children need to learn general fundamental skills such as running, jumping,
catching, kicking and throwing. These skills can be applied to many sporting activities and will help children to participate in sports and activities throughout their lives.
 
The demonstrations will take place on Wednesday 12th and 19th November from 6.15 to 6.50pm in the Sports Complex, Stuake. The parents of all participating children are asked to remain in the hall while the demonstrations are being carried out, as the demonstration is primarily aimed at parents. The cost of entry is €2 per child per night and all senior infants children and their parents are welcome.
 
A meeting will take place on Monday 17th November at 8pm (in GAA grounds, Lackabawn) with parents who are interested in coaching children at this age group. Ultimately, the viability of running senior infants fundamentals will depend on having enough parents willing to coach and help out. No previous coaching experience is necessary as coach training and information nights will be provided by Donoughmore GAA throughout the year.
 
Donoughmore GAA Primary Games Committee

The Auld Triangle and Muskerry Sports Star Awards

2014 saw the launch of a new initiative to highlight and award sporting endeavours within the Muskerry Division. The Auld Triangle and Muskerry Sports Star Awards have been on going since March and so far have produced 7 Award Winners with the final award yet to be announced for October.
The next step in this initiative is a Gala Awards Evening. This event will be a Black Tie affair where it is proposed to
  • Announce one Overall Sports Star of the Year from the 8 monthly winners
  • Announce the Junior Hurling Team of the Year sponsored by O’Mahony Walsh Auctioneers and Insurance Brokers
  • Announce the Junior Football Team of the Year sponsored by Murphy Fuels – Macroom Haulage
The committee are inviting the clubs to nominate players they feel deserve a position on the Junior Team of the Year. All clubs need to get behind this event and make it a successful finish to a successful year for the Auld Triangle & Muskerry Sports Star Awards. The players nominated for the Team of the Year must:-
  • Must be a Junior Player at the end of the year, players nominated to a higher grade are excluded Must have played in the Junior Championship
  • Must be an adult player, this excludes minor players (even if they played on a junior team)
Nominating is easy, just email auldtriangleawards@gmail.com with the names of the players you would like to see on the team of the year. The teams will only be announced on the night from a final panel of nominees.

Cork GAA Clubs Draw

How would you like the chance to win some fantastic prizes AND support your club, all for just €10 per month?

 
The total prize fund for this year's Draw is €450,000, with twelve monthly draws including two free draws. The fantastic prizes include cars, cash and holidays, and the first two draws (September and October) take place at Páirc Uí Rinn on Thursday, October 31st.
 
To join, contact Sinead on 0868289187 or join online at www.corkgaadraw.ie

Minor Hurling Final

Rebel Og East Finals Details

 

East Cork Oil Rebel Og East Minor B Hurling Championship Final

Carraig na Bhfear v Donoughmore

Ballinlough

Saturday 6th Sept 2014

3.15pm

 

East Cork Oil Rebel Og East Minor C Hurling Championship Final

Lisgoold  v Shamrocks

Ballinlough

Saturday 6th Sept 2014

1.45pm

 

Minor Hurling Paths to the Final

 

 

B Championship

Donoughmore

 

Round 1: Donoughmore 7-13 Ballygarvan 2-9                                                          

 

Quarter Final: Donoughmore walk-over from Blarney

 

Semi Final: Donoughmore 0-20 St. Vincents 0-8

 

     Carrig na bhFear

 

     Round 1: Carrig na bhFear a bye

 

     Quarter Final: Carrig na bhFear 4-14        Tracton 2-6

 

     Semi Final: Carrig na bhFear beat            Grenagh


Ice Bucket Challenge

As this Ice Bucket Challenge is for such a worthy cause and we know we have a willing bunch of lads in our Minor Hurlers we're going to nominate them.  If anyone wants to support the lads raising much needed funds for IMNDA they'll be having a wash in Lackabawn on Sunday 24th August @ 7pm. so we hope you'll come support the lads.  

 

Motor Neurone Disease is an incurable neurological condition that leaves people unable to do the everyday things in life that the rest of us take for granted. Walking, talking and swallowing may become virtually impossible, yet the mind and the senses remain intact in the majority of cases. It is a degenerative life limiting disease with the rate of progression varying greatly from one person to another.

 

The average life expectancy for a person with MND is three to five years following diagnosis depending on the activity of the disease and the particular muscle groups affected. The disease strikes people from teens to older age groups; it does not discriminate between gender and race.

 

In Ireland, one person dies every five days from Motor Neurone Disease and there are in excess of 300 people living with MND at any one time.

 

For more information please go to the IMNDA website on www.imnda.ie


Croke Park Legends Tour with Brian Corcoran

As part of the Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tour Series, former Hurler of the Year Brian Corcoran will take fans on a unique tour of Croke Park on Saturday 16th August – the eve of the Cork-Tipperary GAA Hurling All-Ireland semi-final. This is a must for all Cork hurling fans – a chance to hear first-hand what it's like to take to the field at Croke Park on the biggest days in the hurling calendar.

Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tour with Brian Corcoran – 2pm on Saturday 16th August.

Early booking is advised as places are limited – find out more and book tickets http://www.crokepark.ie/gaa-museum/events/bord-gais-energy-legends-tour-with-brian-corcoran

 


Pre-purchase discount for U21 Final

Bórd Gáis Energy Munster U21 Hurling Final

Wednesday July 30th
Clare v Cork
7.15pm @ Cusack Park, Ennis

 

Tickets are now sale online at gaa.tickets.ie and at Centra/SuperValu stores. Admission is €15 for adults, with usual concessions, and U16s are FREE. Buy your tickets in advance save €5 on adult tickets – just €10 if purchased up to 3 hours before throw-in!


Hurling 20/20

Give your views on the future of Hurling
 
GAA President, Liam O’Neill established the Hurling 2020 Committee to look at the game of hurling and to submit proposals for change as appropriate to ensure the improvement of the game over the next 20 years.
 
The committee, under the Chairmanship of former All-Ireland Senior Hurling winning manager Liam Sheedy (Tipperary) has begun the process of consulting widely within the Association at all levels and with GAA supporters to ascertain the areas which require the most immediate attention. With this in mind, Hurling 2020 have launched a survey which will allow all participants to be entered in to a draw for 2 tickets to the 2014 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final.
 
This survey is a key part of the consultation process and its aim is to collate the feedback from the hurling community about the game as it stands and what you would like to see in its future.
Your submission to this survey will form the basis of the committee’s report in the autumn of 2014 with a view to tabling motions as required to the 2015 GAA Annual Congress.
 
Click here to take the survey today - http://www.gaa.ie/hurling-2020/