Club Notes...

November 7, 2018


After the long winter, Underage Hurling and Football is back in Claughaun – Details of training for each age group is follows below: – As always, new boys and girls of all ages and anybody interested in getting involved with coaching are more than welcome to come along to these sessions;

U7 & U8     –   Fridays 6-7pm in Claughaun Hall starting Fri 24th February

U10            –      Delta Business Park Ballysimon Rd Fridays 6-7pm
U12  H     –      Saturday 3rd March 4pm in Claughaun Field

U12  F      –          Tuesday 6th March 5.45pm in Claughaun Field    

U14           –     Sunday 4th March 1pm in Claughaun Field

U16            –    Sunday 4th March 1pm in Claughaun Field

Adult Physical Training

Adult Physical Training continues this Friday February 24th @ 7.15 p.m. at the club field. Please note that 2012 memberships must be paid prior to training.

Local Lotto Online/Fundraising

The club is almost ready for the off with our service – we hope to be live within the next two weeks. Any and all feedback on how best to promote the various draws is much appreciated, and can forwarded to John O’Brien, Asst. Treasurer.

Intermediate Hurling Draw

Our Intermediate hurlers were drawn in a strong group for the 2012 Hurling Championship – We will be matching up against 2011 finalists Ballybrown, 2011 semi-finalists Dromin/Athlacca and Bruff, who have dropped down from the senior ranks for this campaign.


2012 Membership packages are now available with rates as follows: Adult Full €30, Social €20, Underage €10, Family €50. Membership forms can be obtained from club secretary Ger Hayes.


Forget Alexandra Palace or the Lakeside, the Claughaun Lounge is the place to go for Darts on Friday March 2nd next. We’ll be hosting a small tournament, in which everybody is more than welcome to participate. Stay posted at Claughaun Gaa on Facebook for more info. In the meantime, get practising those nine-darters!


The club is currently in the process of getting our new Club Member’s Gym up and running. Any and all donations of equipment (weights, dumbbells mats etc.) would be hugely appreciated; this venture is being undertaken by our player’s committee for the benefit of all Claughaun teams – present and future – and the help of the community is valued immensely in getting the Gym off the ground. If you have any materials that may be of use to the project, please contact Greg O’Connor or Claughaun Gaa on Facebook (or in person!) to arrange collection.

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