Comhghairdeas le Aodh Ruadh BAS a thainig sa dara áit i mbabhta ceannais Uladh i dTráth na gCeist Bord. Rachaidh Aodh Ruadh BAS chun tosaigh anois go babhta ceannais na hÉireann i bPáirc an Chrócaigh i mí na Nollaig. Ádh mór orthú.

 

We wish all our competitors the very best for their Ulster semi finals in Banbridge this Sunday at 5.00pm. The Donegal champions will be up against An Dún, Ard Mhacha and Muineachán for places in the Ulster final which takes place in Galbally, Co. Tyrone on the 23rd March. Go néirigh go geal leo.

 

All clubs are asked to take part in Bailiúchán na Teanga on St. Patrick’s Day as all money from these collections goes straight to scholarships for children from all nine counties who wish to attend Gaeltacht courses during the summer months. Conradh na Gaeilge posters were handed out to all clubs at the March county committee meeting and these can be used at the various church gates to show people what the collection is for.

 

Also handed out at the March county committee meetings were Irish signage packages for use in GAA clubhouses, dressing rooms, etc. We were given these by Coiste na Gaeilge in Comhairle Uladh CLG and this is to ensure that the Irish language is visible within the clubs.