Just an update on the clubhouse. Thanks to everyone for supporting our recent fundraiser and as an outcome of the AGM,the refurbishment of the clubhouse has begun. The attached pictures show some of the work carried out. Hopefully it will be looking good for training in the next few weeks.
Hard luck to our U-15′s after their defeat to Grange in the League final at Hawkfield yesterday. They gave a great effort, as they have done all season, but just came up against a better team on the day. They are a great bunch of lads and always represent the club impeccably.It was a great season for the team and they achieved some remarkable results getting to the final. There will be better days ahead. A huge thank you to everyone who came and supported and to the parents for their time in traveling to training and matches throughout the year. Finally a huge thanks to Eoin, Gavan & Gary for their time, effort and dedication throughout the year.
Our U-15 Team are playing in the League Final this Sunday (27th Nov) evening in Hawkfield at 5 o’clock. They ve put in a tremendous effort so far and it would be great to see as many people as possible there to support in what will likely be testing conditions. Very important for our younger members to see their club competing in finals and big matches. (don t worry, there s shelter for supporters !)
Good Luck and Best Wishes to the coaches and team.
A “Thousandaire” Thank You
On behalf of Athgarvan GAA and Scoil Bhride Athgarvan, we wish to thank you most sincerely for supporting our “Who Wants to Be a Thousandaire” event.
We are delighted with the support we received from you and we raised a massive €28,500. This is a fantastic achievement for our Community and was made possible by your support – thank you.
Attendance on the night was approximately 400. The message to our audience was clear: our Advertisers and Sponsors supported our Community Event and as a Community we should support them with our business.
It has been hugely successful fundraiser for both Club and School. This could not have been achieved without the support of a myriad of sponsors,advertisers and parents.
A Sincere Thank you again for helping make this event a success.
Who Wants to be a Thousandaire Athgarvan Committee
A whole community are working together to bring the hugely popular “Who wants to be a Thousandaire” to The Keadeen Hotel on Sunday 15th November at 8pm.
Athgarvan GAA and Scoil Bhride Athgarvan are working in partnership with our eight Major Sponsors and a host of local businesses to bring you a social night for friends, family, neighbours, players-past and present…we invite the whole community to this special event! This is a guaranteed night of entertainment, so be sure to come along.
WHO WANTS TO BE A THOUSANDAIRE SHOW
15th November, 8pm Keadeen Hotel Ballroom
On the 15-November next, Athgarvan GAA & Scoil Bhride, bring the hugely popular “Who wants to be a Thousandaire” toThe Keadeen Hotel. On the night of the show, contestants will be drawn from ticket sales and each contestant will play for €1000. The show is fully computerised with 50/50, Ask the Audience and a brilliant video linked Phone a Friend. The questions and four possible answers are displayed on two 8ft x 6ft screens, one at each side of the stage.
This incredibly successful show, is being run to assist in fundraising for the club and school jointly. . The launch night for the show will be held in The Athgarvan Inn on 14 Oct at 8pm.
More details to follow. Please support.
Kelloggs Cul Camps at Athgarvan GAA on 13th-17th of July The camp is open to boys and girls at primary school from 6 up to 12 years of age.The camp will run Monday to Friday 10 am to 2:30 pm and will be taken 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 practicing away from training/matches. Further details see and registration www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/
There will not be juvenile training this Saturday because of Easter. Training resuming on Sat 11 April at 10:30am. New members welcome.
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.
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