Well done to our U-15’s who won their semi-final against Castlemitchell on Tuesday evening. They now take on O’Toole’s in the final this Friday in Hawkfield Pitch 2 @ 8:00 pm. It was a tough battle between the teams when they met in the group stages and it would be great to see a big support there for the lads, to hopefully help them end the year on a high ! Best of luck to all the players and coaches. Áth Garbháin abú . .
Athgarvan Inn @ 8pm on 28 Nov 2018
The AGM will take place in the Athgarvan Inn at 8pm on Wednesday 28 Nov 2018 .
The club would be delighted to have as many people as possible to come along to the AGM. We need the support of all the parents and the community to make the club an integral part of Athgarvan.
place between May and August (monthly draws) 2018. The prizes as always are
fantastic and this year is no different. There are four draws; 25th May –
29th June – 27th July – 31st August with prizes as follows every month of
the four months:
1st Renault Clio or €12,000 cash
7th to 16th €100
€25 per draw or sign up to a direct debit of €25 per month.
This year the club wishes to purchase new equipment. We need a hook-up pitch mower and some new goalposts for the underage groups.Fundraising from the ticket sales will go towards purchase this equipment.
Football & Hurling/Camogie Cúl Camps at Athgarvan GAA
Kelloggs Cul Camps are open to boys and girls at primary school from 6 up to 13 years of age.The camps will run Monday to Friday 10 am to 2:30 pm and will be delivered by coaches from Kildare GAA. It’s a great opportunity for kids to have some fun during the summer, get some continued training/ bring on their skills and hopefully get them even more into the habit of playing Gaelic Games.
Athgarvan GAA are delighted to announce it will host a Hurling/ Camogie Cúl Camp as well as our Football Cúl Camp.
Football 9th- 13th July
Hurling/ Camogie 13th- 17th August
Booking on line : https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?county=Kildare
For more information, contact:
Football Cúl Camp 9th- 13th July
Derek Gallagher 086 830 0212, email@example.com)
Hurling/Camogie Cúl Camp 13th- 17th August
John O’ Sullivan 086 813 7898,
We are holding a Child Protection course this Monday 12 Feb 2018 in the Athgarvan Inn at 7 o’clock. This course is for all volunteers in our club, and would-be volunteers too ! As a club, we strive to reach the highest standards in all of our activities, and this training is part of our goal this year to improve in every area of our coaching. There will be tea & sandwiches available as well, as we appreciate it is an early kick-off time. Looking forward to seeing a great turnout there.
On 11 December 2017 the remaining provisions of the Children First Act commenced in full. Most notably for the GAA our immediate requirements include adopting all provisions in relation to mandatory reporting of child abuse, ensuring the appointment of what can be termed key child safeguarding officers which include Designated Liaison Persons and Children’s Officers at Club and County level and also appointing the Association’s Mandated Person, we must also provide certain child safeguarding training programmes and commence the process to agree a Child Safeguarding Statement for all Clubs.
In accordance with vetting legislation, also referred to in the Children First Guidance, all persons who have a regulated role with children, (i.e. coaches, referees, Bord na nÓg members, parents who regularly assist in the GAA) must be vetted under the Vetting Act by 1 January 2018. Indeed, according to GAA rules and Children First they should have been vetted by now. There are no exceptions to this directive. If a person, who has not been vetted, continues to act in any of the above roles after 1st January 2018 they will be breaking the law as may their Club for offering or facilitating such a role. Vetting regulations stipulate that a vetting applicant must be at least 16 yrs. of age when submitting their application.
Welcome to the second Athgarvan GAA fun run. Taking place around the Curragh plains, this event kicks off from Athgarvan GAA, Sunday February 11th at 11am. Register online at www.popupraces.ie or from 9:30am on the morning of the race.
There will be a medal for all finishers along with post race refreshments in the club, and the event is open to runners & walkers of all abilities.
What a win !! Our u-17’s battled back to win their league final against Milltown in Hawkfield today on a scoreline of 3-6 to 1-9. We did it the hard way ! Leading 1-5 to 0-5 at half-time, Milltown came more into the game in the second half and held a 2 point lead inside the last 5 mins. A well taken goal then put us ahead by a point. An equaliser from Milltown and the game looked to be heading for extra time, but there was still time for an opportunistic Athgarvan goal right at the death and victory was ours ! A massive congratulations to the team and management, on their victory, and hard work. Today again showed the value of battling all the way to the end, a quality these lads have in spades. Commiserations to Milltown who played their part in a great game.
On Tuesday 15th of August, Kildare.Hurling for Cancer Research will take place at 6:30 in St. Conleth’s Park, The event, which has been organised for the sixth year in a row by horseracing legend Jim Bolger and champion jockey Davy Russell, will see a host of Irish hurling and horse racing stars come together for what promises to be, yet another, fantastic evening for everyone involved.