Club Notes February 8th

Cairde:There will be a Cairde meeting this Thursday 8th February, 8.00pm at the pitch, not lasting more than 30 mins. If you are interested in helping to develop Cairde, then please come along.

Date for the diary: Watch out for an information night coming up soon (no date has yet been set) which will be an open invite to all Faughs (both old and young). .

Well Done: Well done to all of our juvenile coaches who attended a fantastic session in Castleblayney College gym. Lots of great advice about games and coaching were passed on so we can expect big things from all our teams this year, especially our juveniles!
If you would like to be part of the coaching group or just would like help out with any of the teams just give Brian a call on 086 233 4287.

Juvenile Training: With the playing season not far away, training will be commencing within the next few weeks for our juvenile teams. Keep an eye out over the next while for start dates, times and venues.
Please remember that new members are always very welcome.

National League Match: On Saturday February 24th we will be hosting the Allianz National League game against Tyrone in St. Marys Park. The match will be played under the lights with a throw-in at 7.00pm.

Monaghan GAA are running Beginner Courses in Coaching and Games Development in the new year. These are great courses to attend for aspiring coaches and managers, and include a Child Protection Workshop as well as lots of practical work and games workshops.

Venue&Dates: Magheracloone, 9th/10th February

Please contact Brian Sherry or Keith Hanratty for more information about any of the courses.

Club Notes: If you have any notes or events to be included in our Club Notes, Twitter and/or Facebook pages please send an email to Pro.castleblayney.monaghan@gaa.ie or send a message to either our Facebook or Twitter account or contact Philip on 0879201381. Please be aware that no notes will be accepted after Monday night.

Club Notes 1st February

Cairde:There will be a Cairde meeting on Thursday 8th February, 8.00pm at the pitch, not lasting more than 30 mins. If you are interested in helping to develop Cairde, then please come along.

Monaghan GAA Season Tickets for 2018 are now on sale and open for renewals. Season tickets provide a huge number of benefits – for any queries in relation to the GAA Season Ticket please contact seasonticket@gaa.ie.

Well Done: A big well done to our senior player Brian Flanagan who scooped the hurling Senior Player of the Year award at the county awards ceremony. Congratulations Brian!

Watch out: Watch out for an information night pencilled in for February 20th at Iontas which will be an open invite to all Faughs (both old and young). Keep an eye out over the next few weeks for more details.

National League Match: On Saturday February 24th we will be hosting the Allianz National League game against Tyrone in St. Marys Park. The match will be played under the lights with a throw-in at 7.00pm.

Monaghan GAA are running Beginner Courses in Coaching and Games Development in the new year. These are great courses to attend for aspiring coaches and managers, and include a Child Protection Workshop as well as lots of practical work and games workshops.

Venue&Dates: Cloghan, 19th/20th January; Magheracloone, 9th/10th February

Please contact Brian Sherry or Keith Hanratty for more information about any of the courses.

Club Notes: If you have any notes or events to be included in our Club Notes, Twitter and/or Facebook pages please send an email to Pro.castleblayney.monaghan@gaa.ie or send a message to either our Facebook or Twitter account or contact Philip on 0879201381. Please be aware that no notes will be accepted after Monday night.

Club Notes 25th January

With the new season upon us, all of our committees are busy making plans for the new season. We are expecting a very busy and exciting year both on and off the field, so keep an eye out over the next few weeks for plans for the new season.

This weekend sees the start of the National League. In a tasty looking encounter, Monaghan have a home game against Mayo in St. Tiernach’s Park, Clones, throw-in at 2.00pm. Best wishes and good luck to everyone involved with our county teams in the coming season.

Cairde: There will be a Cairde meeting on Thursday 8th February, 8.00pm, not lasting more than 30 mins. If you are interested in
helping to develop Cairde, then please come along.

Monaghan GAA Season Tickets for 2018 are now on sale and open for renewals. Season tickets provide a huge number of benefits – for any queries in relation to the GAA Season Ticket please contact seasonticket@gaa.ie.

Well Done: Well done to the Our Lady’s school choir who performed brilliantly last week at the 3 Arena in Dublin. Remember It’s okay not to feel okay, and it’s absolutely okay to ask for help.

Watch out: Watch out for an information night pencilled in for February 20th at Iontas which will be an open invite to all Faughs (both old and young). Keep an eye out over the next few weeks for more details.

Monaghan Year Book: The 2017 Monaghan GAA Yearbook is still available throughout the county.

Upcoming National League Match: On Saturday February 24th we will be hosting the Allianz National League game against Tyrone in St. Marys Park. The match will be played under the lights with a throw-in at 7.00pm.

Monaghan GAA are running Beginner Courses in Coaching and Games Development in the new year. These are great courses to attend for aspiring coaches and managers, and include a Child Protection Workshop as well as lots of practical work and games workshops.

Venue&Dates: Cloghan, 19th/20th January; Magheracloone, 9th/10th February

Please contact Brian Sherry or Keith Hanratty for more information about any of the courses.

Club Notes: If you have any notes or events to be included in our Club Notes, Twitter and/or Facebook pages please send an email to Pro.castleblayney.monaghan@gaa.ie or send a message to either our Facebook or Twitter account or contact Philip on 0879201381. Please be aware that no notes will be accepted after Monday night.

Juvenile Football Structures

Hi Everyone, you maybe or may be not aware that there are changes coming to the County Juvenile Football structures in 2018, as a result we will require additional coaches across the age groups.If you have an interest in getting involved at any level we would like to invite you to a coaching & Games meeting this coming Thursday 25th of January at 8pm in the Enterprise Centre at which we will out line the proposed changes, we would love to see more new faces on Thursday-Regards Coaching & Games Committee

Club Notes January 18th

As we enter a new year, all of our committees are busy making plans for the new season. We are expecting a very busy and exciting year both on and off the field, so keep an eye out over the next few weeks for plans for the new season.

Well Done: Well done to the Our Lady’s school choir who will have the honour of performing at the 3 Arena in Dublin this Thursday.

Well done to everyone involved in organising and officiating at the recent McKenna Cup match against Queens University, Belfast. Played under the floodlights, it was not a great night for football given the mist and fog, but patrons were kept warm with Sean and his team providing plenty of warm drinks.

Watch out: Watch out for an information night pencilled in for February 20th at Iontas which will be an open invite to all Faughs (both old and young). Keep an eye out over the next few weeks for more details.

New Book: Tommy McGuire has recently released a new book, “The Runner McGough”. Available in Declan Loughman’s and McMahon Super Valu, the book tells the remarkable story about John McGough who grew up in Glasgow and was an Olympic athlete, masseur with Celtic and trainer with Manchester United in the early 1900’s. However, John McGough would be better known to Castleblayney GAA Stalwarts as he was a masseur and would have treated them in his home in Annaglaive for various pains and ailments picked up in the course of their football days.

Monaghan Year Book: The 2017 Monaghan GAA Yearbook is still available throughout the county.

Date for the Diary: On Saturday February 24th we will be hosting the Allianz National League game against Tyrone in St. Marys Park. The match will be played under the lights with a throw-in at 7.00pm.

Monaghan GAA are running Beginner Courses in Coaching and Games Development in the new year. These are great courses to attend for aspiring coaches and managers, and include a Child Protection Workshop as well as lots of practical work and games workshops.

Venue&Dates: Cloghan, 19th/20th January; Magheracloone, 9th/10th February

Please contact Brian Sherry or Keith Hanratty for more information about any of the courses.

Club Notes: If you have any notes or events to be included in our Club Notes, Twitter and/or Facebook pages please send an email to Pro.castleblayney.monaghan@gaa.ie or send a message to either our Facebook or Twitter account or contact Philip on 0879201381. Please be aware that no notes will be accepted after Monday night.