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Naomh Muire Iochta Na Rosan club notes 27/01/2015

By Sinéad Breen Donegal PRO Tue 27th Jan

Congratulations to all the award recipients at our annual dinner dance which was held in Caisleán Óir on Saturday night.They were as follows

Player of the year: Pádraig McCafferty

Young player: Patrick Gillespie

Ladies player of the year: Aoife McGarvey

Most improved lady: Breda McBride

Club Person of the year: Pádraig Ferry

The Order of the Boot award: Paul Yank Boyle

20 years not out award: Owenie McGarvey

A great night at the Naomh Muire GAA Dinner Dance last night in Caislean Our. Pride of place and the nights focus deservedly went to the Ladies who celebrated a clean sweep of trophies in 2014.

On Wed. night 28th January in the new fitness room in the Clubhouse Peil na mBan begin a new programme of Core Strength and Activate Warm Up to suit all types of players which injury prevention techniques.

WED.28th Starts with U12 Girls ages 9/10/11yrs from 6.15pm until 6.55pm. From 7pm until 7.45 we are going with U14 Girls.

We ask Parents to only send girls aged 9/10 and 11 years to the U12 Session, these are the girls we are targeting for the U12 League team this year.

Mouth guards/gymshoes/Training gear and a water bottle is the requirement for squad training.

Girls under 9yrs will be catered for on the next stage of our Development plan and it will be run out in the next few weeks!!

We will have females supervision at all training evenings and anybody who would like to help out please leave your name and numbers and we will make contact and get you on board to help out, many hands make light work!

The club would like to express their sincere thanks to all those who spent time and put in the hard work over the last few months to get the fabulous upstairs fitness room ready in such a short space of time. Most of the manual labour work was carried out on a totally voluntary basis with many putting in long hours. This room will benefit club members of all ages now and into the future. Go raibh míle maith agaibh uilig.

By Sinéad Breen Donegal PRO Tue 27th Jan

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