Athgarvan GAA is hosting a Hurling / Camogie Cúl Camp from 10th – 14th August 2020.
Athgarvan GAA have been asked by both the Gardai and GAA to offer help to those in our community that may need help getting shopping / medication, or would simply like us to check in with them.
We are more than happy to help out.
Please phone 087 6888974 if you need, or know of someone who needs our help. Ian will answer your call and he will organise someone in Athgarvan GAA to help you.
It is also worth noting that the GALA shop in Athgarvan will take orders and payments over the phone and, with the help of GAA members, will deliver your shopping to your door. Their phone number is 045 405827. Please share the post.
Please click on the following link and you will be taken directly to the GAA’s Garda Vetting site, where you will have access to all relevant information and forms to commence and complete your Garda vetting application.
Garda Vetting Procedure:
Code of behaviour (underage)
Maintaining appropriate levels of behaviour in our work with children and young people
**FUN RUN UPDATE** : After the unfortunate postponement of the fun run, we are delighted to announce a new date for the re-scheduled Run. It will now take place on SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22nd @ 10:30 am. We really hope you can join us, and we’re looking forward to a great day.
**Registration is live at following link: https://www.popupraces.ie/…/athgarvan-gaa-community-fun-ru…/
Run around the unique course and surroundings of the Curragh Plains, the route is remarked upon by runners every year! This an event for all ages & abilities.
– 5k & 10k, & a 2.5 k family ramble (unchipped). -Bespoke medal for ALL finishers in 5 & 10k, see below.
-Refreshments provided after the event.
Come join the fun, registration is live at the link below.
SAVE THE DATE : After a tremendous season for the club with notable Senior & Minor successes, we will be holding a “Gala Presentation Ball” on Friday 24th January. The winning Senior & Minor teams will be presented with their medals on the night and some of our great teams of yesteryear will be celebrated also. Most importantly it’s a chance for all those with a connection to the club to come together, mark the 130 year anniversary of the club and have a great night out!
Tickets are available from committee members or buy them online from the following link (easy payments plus):
Newbridge St. Patrick’s Day Parade
The GAA’s Code of Behaviour (Underage) addresses the minimum appropriate levels of behaviour, practice and conduct required from Young Players, Coaches, Supporters, Parents/Guardians, Referees and Clubs.
Download the document here:
To mark this occasion we are having matches for all ages on
Sunday the 5th October at 2pm.
Every child will receive a medal with 125 years engraved on the back as a keepsake.
There will be refreshments after. We ask everyone to come along past and present.
Also for parents:
Table Quiz in Athgarvan Inn
on 23rd October at 2pm.
This is a great evenings fun. Jim Bolger Ireland’s top race horsetrainer will present the u 14s their Jerseys on the night. Lots of raffle prizes on offer also.
Please complete this form in full and return to your Child’s Team Manager or to the Club Officer on duty in the Clubhouse on Saturday mornings.The completion and return of this form is essential to your child participating fully in all GAA games, training and other activities in the Club.
Currently, the GAA Club uses land leased from the Department of Defence but the site is too small and not capable of being developed in any way. Furthermore, Athgarvan lacks a community facility that could be used to accommodate meetings and indoor social, sport and recreation activities.
If the GAA club was to acquire suitable lands on which to construct playing pitches and changing rooms, it would be only too willing to work with the Council and the wider community to provide such a facility.
To support the club’s development, please sign the petition via one of the two options below: