St Patrick’s Dromahair GAA Club Notes 19/04/2018

Senior Teams – We had a good win away to Mohill on Sunday on a scoreline of 5-11 to 0-06 in Division 2.
Unfortunately, in Division 4 we were beaten by Mohill by 4-16 to 3-07. Next fixture away to Ballinaglera on Saturday at 7pm
Underage – Our U13 (15) team were victorious in their Shield semi final over Sean O’Heslins. They will now face St Joseph’s in the Shield Final which is scheduled for Wednesday in Aughavas at 6.30pm. Keep an eye on group text/social media in case of changes. Unfortunately in the U13 Reserve League Shield semi final our team were well beaten by Mohill.
Scor – Well done to Caroline Speers who represented Dromahair in the All Ireland Senior Scor at the weekend.
Cul Camp – Leitrim GAA Coaching and Games Development Committee will operate 16 Kellogg’s GAA Cul camps throughout the County during the months of July & August. We now wish to recruit suitably qualified personnel to coach on these camps.  Those interested must be over 18 and preferably attending third level college, have attained as a minimum Foundation award coaching qualification, have completed the Code of best practice in youth sport/ safeguarding 1 course and be Garda vetted prior to the commencement of camps. Please forward CV complete with a copy of all certs, by email to or by post to Thomas Keenan, Leitrim GAA Games Manager, Pairc Sean MacDiarmada, Dublin Rd., Ck-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim. Closing date for applications is Friday, April 20th, 2018 at 3pm.

Leitrim Health Is Wealth – This event which is co-organised by our own Health and Wellbeing Officer Hubert McHugh will take place in The Bush Hotel, Carrick on Shannon on May 16th. Doors open 7pm with free admission. This promises to be a great night and there will be a variety of different speakers including Oisin McConville, Dr Harry Barry and Mary McEvoy. Master of ceremonies on the night will be RTE presenter Mary Kennedy.
Community – April is An Taisce’s National Spring Clean Month. Leitrim County Council have encouraged all GAA Clubs in the county to get on board with National Spring Clean month.

Clean Up – Dromahair Development Association/ Tidy Towns have organised for their clean up day ‪at 10am on Saturday 21 April at the Depot‬. Dromahair GAA club would like to encourage all players, coaches and club members to join in with this event to work together as a community to keep our beautiful village clean, tidy and litter free.