Buncrana GAA Notes for Week
Buncrana’s scorers were spread across the team but Darrach O’Connor and Paddy
McMyler scored 3 points each and best for Buncrana was Oran Doherty with 6 points. Final score wasUrris 2-6 Bun Cranncha 0-16.
The Reserves couldn’t make it double joy for Buncrana as they were narrowly beaten in their game against Urris but there was some skilful football played by the young Buncrana lads and they’re starting to form into a good team.
Seniors & MinorsHurling training is on Wednesdays at 7.00pm. All players are urged to make every effort to attend.
Seniors, Reserves, U-18, & U21 Football training is on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 7.30 in the Scarvey. New players always welcome!
Senior Ladies training every Wednesday at 7.30 in the Scarvey. New members always welcome.
Elizabeth Anne is now taking orders for the new Buncranaclub jersey’s. Keep in mind lads that they are player fit/tight fit.
If you want to order one let her know the size and number on back you require, price €50. EA also has club shorts and white shorts are in stock.
Best of luck to all our young members who are currently sitting Junior and Leaving Cert exams.
Well done to the BuncranaU14 hurlers who are through to the All-County Championship Final on Thursday 12th June. They had a comfortable win on Sunday night in the Scarvey in the semi-final against a determined and much-fancied Four Masters team.
The U14 footballers are in the Division 1 championship Semi-final this upcoming weekend against Muff.
Under Age Training
U6 Football 6.30-7.30pmFriday Scarvey
U8 Football 6.30 – 7.30pm Friday Scarvey
U8 Hurling 3-4pm Saturday Scarvey
U10 Football 6.30-7.45pm Friday Scarvey
U10 Hurling 3-4pm Saturday Scarvey
U12 Football 7-8pm Monday & Friday Scarvey
U12 Hurling 3-4pm Saturday Scarvey
U14 Football 7-8.30pm Tuesday & Friday Scarvey
U14 Hurling 7-8.30pm Tuesday & Thursday Scarvey
U12/U14/U16 Girls Football 7-8pm Mondays Scarvey
There was no winner of the Jackpot this week. The numbers drawn were 12, 18, 26, 28 and next week’s Jackpot will be €4050.
The Club really appreciates all those who both sell and buy the Lotto as the funds raised go a long way to keeping the Club going.
In a new initiative we are looking for drivers to drive youths around housing estates on Saturday morning from 11-12.30.
Anyone available should be at Scarvey for 10.30.
Contact Club Chair Sean Clerkin on 0862388071 for more info. Lotto sellers needed, if you have an hour to spare each week contact Club Treasurer on 0860297444 for details.
Following on from the very successful Coffee Morning and Table Quiz, the McMenamin Family are holding a Garden Tea Party at their home, 18. St. Olivers Ave, Buncrana on Saturday 14th June, 2014 from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm to remember Eamonn on Father’s Day which is on Sunday 15th June.
There will be a free raffle on the day for various prizes. Everyone is very welcome to come along on the day. All proceeds to the Oncology Ward, Letterkenny General Hospital.
TáanCiorcalComhráaroícheDéLuainarceal go dtí go bhfógrófar a mhalairt.Tábrónorainnfaoiseoagustásúilagain go n-atosóidhséarís go luath.The Irish Language Conversation group on Monday nights is cancelled until further notice. We apologise for this and hope to resume it again very soon.
Following the completion of a two year research programme in which nearly 300 GAA players were examined in an attempt to assess the effectiveness of various screening methods, the GAA’s Medical, Scientific & Welfare Committee updated its position paper on cardiac screening.
The GAA now advise that the most effective way to identify risk is for players over the age of 14 to undergo cardiac screening on one occasion. It is also advised that this process be repeated before the age of 25. Players should consult their team or family doctor if they wish to get screened and screening should consist of completion of the GAA’s Cardiac Screening Questionnaire, a Physical Examination and an ECG.
As part of its commitment in this context and to aid diagnosis, the GAA in conjunction with the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) have implemented a programme whereby any doctors carrying out a cardiac screening programme for a GAA player will be able to send that ECG to the cardiac department in the Mater under Dr. Joseph Galvin to have a sports cardiology opinion on the ECG.
In order to avail of this service, GP’s should contact Ruairí Harvey, the GAA’s Player Welfare Administrator in Croke Park (email@example.com or 01 865 8685).
We would recommend that any interested players, parents or guardians download the Cardiac Screening Questionnaire, or alternatively there will be some copies available in the clubhouse. http://www.gaa.ie/medical-and-player-welfare/cardiac-screening/
Beyond The Game Event
Ulster GAA, the Irish FA and IRFU (Ulster Branch) are joining forces in the delivery of a joint good relations event next month which is aimed at supporting local sports clubs and promoting positive community relations.
We would like to invite you and any other relevant representatives from your organisation to the event we are hosting, entitled ‘Beyond the Game’, which will showcase the existing work of Clubs and explore issues close to the heart of sports clubs including health, volunteering and engaging with your communities.
We are pleased to confirm Mickey Harte (Tyrone Gaelic Football Manager) as keynote speaker and are delighted to welcome Denise Watson as our MC.
The event will take place on Wednesday 11th June at Ramada Hotel, Shaws Bridge. Please contact Club Secretary for further details and expression of interest to attend.
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