The AGM will take place on Friday 1st of December at 8pm in the Clubhouse. Motions are to be submitted in writing to Anne Fenlon or Sean McCabe by the 10th of November.
Nomination forms are also available from Anne and Sean.
The Annual Mass for deceased members will also take place on December 1st at 7pm in Monageer Church
Adapted from the Guardian Newspaper:
8 teams will battle it out against each other in a bid to become Monageer/Boolavogue’s biggest loser for 2017. The teams are all based on the townslands in Monageer and Boolavogue, made up of both men and women of ages, shapes and sizes. The biggest loser is the clubs biggest fundraiser each year, and also raises the profile of the club, and allows new people an opportunity to become involved. The competition kicks off in Monageer, in the GAA Complex with weigh-ins starting at 8pm. From then onwards, the floodlights in the pitch will be on every evening from 5pm to 10pm for people to exercise in safety. There will also be circuit training every friday night at 8pm for all participants. The first event will take place on the 5th of February, the bog run. The next event will be the cycle on the 19th. There are two options, a 16km option and a 40 km option. The final event is then on the 5th of march with the 8km run/walk, starting at the church in Boolavogue and finishing in the GAA complex in Monageer. There will also be a 2km walk option. Finally then, the final weigh in will take place on March 10th, with the winners being announced in the Harrow pub on the 11th of march.
The team leaders for this year are:
Knockduff/Clondaw – Colin Hawkins
Crane/Tomsollagh Lower – Colm O Loughlin
Killabeg/Solsborogh/Tomsollagh Upper – Chris Daly
Monageer/Ballysimon – Stephen Murphy
Ballymotey/Kilpierce/Coolgarrow/Ballymurtagh – Peter Mernagh
Knocknaskeaugh/Tinnacross/Oulartard – Orla Gahan and Breda Sweeney
Carrigeen/Ballycarrigeen – Morgan Gahan
Boolavogue and surrounds – Niall Finn
Each leader will be in contact with their team over the coming days. If you are not on a team and would like to be on one, please contact Mary Carton on 0879569533, all are welcome to participate. Each team will be running their own fundraisers over the course of the next few weeks. Please support the efforts of all participants, in their quest to become the Biggest Loser.
The following were elected over the course of the two meetings:
Chairman – Peter Mernagh
Joint Secretaries – Anne Fenlon, Sean McCabe
Treasurer – Mary Carton
Assistant Treasurer – John Dolan
Committee – John Carton, Padraig Stafford, Paudi Cooney, Fran Fenlon, John Fenlon, Leo DeLacy, John McCabe, William Murphy, Rose Breen, Jonathan Dunne
Camogie Club AGM @ 7.30pm on Friday the 2nd of December
GAA Club EGM @ 6pm on Sunday the 4th of December
Coiste na nÓg End of Year meeting Friday the 9th of December
The AGM will take place on Friday the 25th of November at 8pm in the complex. Please come along and make a contribution towards the running of the club
Well done to the junior football team who beat Blackwater on Saturday to qualify for the semi final where we will face Cushinstown. The game started slowly for us and despite getting back into the game too many wides were the problem as we went in at half time 0-05 to 0-03 behind. We managed to close the gap in the second half but couldn’t quite manage to draw level despite having most of the play. We were 0-07 to 0-06 behind going into injury time when a long kick from Ray O Brien travelled over the goalkeepers head and into the net to put us two points ahead. Moments later another long ball found Chris Daly in space where he managed to get our second goal. We found the net for a third time a minute later but it was ruled out for a foul earlier in play. Final Score 2-06 to 0-07.
There was no winner of the Lotto which now has a jackpot of €7,200.
Numbers Drawn: 5, 12, 23, 28
There was one match three winner which was Taragh Whelan who wins €160.
The Next Draw will take place on August 2nd in Clubhouse at 9.30pm.
Saturday August 6th is in the diary for Monageer/Boolavogue GAA Cardiac Screening programme. The clinic will be open from 9.30am-5pm. Each screening will take 20/25 minutes.
Bookings can be made online
- Go to www.ameds.ie
- Click on the ‘Online Booking’
- Enter the clinic code monageer
Or people can click on the link below.
People can use Credit or Debit cards to book an appointment. Anyone with LAYA Healthcare is FREE but must make a booking too. Everyone else must pay the €65 fee which is tax deductible. Anyone with other health insurance may be able to claim a percentage back at the end of the year. Alternatively, individuals with difficulty online can call our helpline 1890 300 333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be hosting our annual field evening in the Monageer Parish Field (Beside Parish Hall) on this Sunday 5th of June, after the Patron at 6.30 pm in Monageer. There will be all the usual games/events such as bottle stalls, cake sales, golf, horseshoes, guess the weight of a lamb, hurling target shooting, and many others during the course of the evening.
We would like to invite all in the community and those who have come from further afield to come along and join in the fun, in what promises to be glorious weather conditions.
Also if anyone has anything they would like to donate as a prize for the raffle or for one of the competitions they would be greatly appreciated, or if you would like to donate cakes/buns for the cake sale they would be very welcome also. Any of the above can be dropped off to the hall on sunday morning between 11am and 1pm, or they can be brought along in the evening.
Please come along and have an enjoyable evening out in the sun.