Tuesday 26 September 2017 07:05:24 PM

Bryansford GAC Notes For 26/1/14
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Any young members interested in registering for the Ulster Council Goldmark Award Scheme are asked to contact Ronan McVeigh ASAP on 07500 932464. The scheme endorses volunteers who commit their time to the GAA and is recognised for future College selections and as part of your CV. More details can be found on the club website writes Ronan McVeigh.

Registration is essential for the introduction workshop in st Malachy’s castlewellan on Monday 3 February @ 7:15 (lasting approx. 30mins) – we thank the large number already registered for this training.dn_screen

Well done to Mairead Kavanagh on being selected as a Ulster Schools All Star 2014. A great achievement for Mairead!

P5/P6 training in the Hall this Saturday will now be at 3pm and will finish at 4.15pm – cost £1.50 per child. The early slot is unavailable due to maintenance work being carried out.

The hall is available for ALL bookings again contact Kevin Leneghan 07710 577044 for details.

The Dinner Dance is on 21/3/14 – tickets are onsale this weekend – all 2013 award winners please return trophies to the club any Sunday night after 8.30pm.

Ford Fight Night is arranged for Easter Monday in the Club – anybody willing to take part contact Paul Laverty 07525 369443.

Juvenile Registration is on 9th February at 2.30pm. All children to be registered before that can play Gaelic Games.

Adult Registration is also open and can be paid to any committee member.

Mairead McKibbin will again be carrying out the role of Player Welfare Officer. In 2013 Mairead successfully negotiated all players injury queries & rehabilitation and this will continue in 2014 – any player with concerns or needing advice on physio treatment Mairead is the first point of contact

This Sunday sees the seniors travel to Derry City to play Steelstown Brian Ogs in the Ulster League at mid-day – the players coach will leave St Patricks Park at 8.30am Sharp. Anyone travelling to the game the pitch is approx 500yds on the otherside of the Foyle Bridge – at the time of going to Press the Ulster Hurling Final is scheduled for Celtic Park on Sunday at 2pm so a great day out can be had in the Maiden City!!

Lottery 5,8,22,26 Bonus 14 – No jackpot winner – new jackpot £2700.

Match 3 winners; Barney Brannigan c/o Judies Beauties, B O’Higgins c/a A O’Higgins

2014 Down GAA Clubs Draw – we are actively pushing the sales of this draw at the present time – supporters and parents of juveniles are asked to help the club with this invaluable fundraising draw – after the club sell 20 we get £96 for every ticket sold thereafter. Please support us! George Sloan is the contact for tickets.

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