A ‘Rebel Walking Tour’ covering all sites connected with the 1916 Rising has been organised for Saturday 30th April.
The tour lasts approx. 2 hours and total cost is £20 per person. This covers the tour and transportation. £5 deposit required to book your space.
If you are interested, contact Harry Murphy (07709014790)
Not to be missed!!!
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We have taken ownership of an allotment at the whiterock community centre with the intention to use it as a social/educational/therapy resource.
Anyone interested contact Micky Culbert by email on email@example.com.
Also keep and eye around the club, on the facebook page and on the website for updates!!
Well done to all the hardy souls who braved the weather on St.Stephens day to take part in the annual St Stephens day game. £320 was raised with more promised.
As per usual, the wise heads of the overs prevailed over the tireless legs of the unders after a shaky start. Maybe it was in the water bottles that helped!!
Thanks to all players and spectators
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Following a motion at AGM, please note that for those members with an outstanding balance in Registration Fees; this will now be carried over to the following year and added to their registration fee for the incoming period.
These must be paid (in full or standing order) before playing members can take part in any activities. These are the agreed payment plans available. Any queries contact Sinead or Priscilla.
Ref this Saturdays Glasnevin trip there are still some seats for this. If interested pls contact Harry Murphy 07709014790
On behalf of the committee of St Galls I want to congratulate all of our members and families who have been involved in the Under 14 Féile Hurling event which has taken place this weekend.
Comhairdheas to Joe and Karl for the organisation of the event. Well done to the team for their excellent performances and true sporting attitude. A great effort by all the players.
We hosted the Kilmacow club from Kilkenny and I know they were made feel very welcome and the boys had a great time with their host families. There was great craic agus ceoil in Cumann Naomh Gall on Friday and Saturday.
Go raibh míle maith agaibh to the families of the under 14 boys who hosted the children from Kilmacow. I know they had a wonderful experience. As Joe said last night the boys will remember the friends they have made and the marvellous time that they had forever.
There are so many people to thank but first and foremost I must thank our secretary, Sinéad , who worked tirelessly to get things in place for the event and who spent most of Friday and Saturday working in and around the club for Joe and Karl and the team.
We all had our duties and everyone participated in the true St Gall’s spirit.
Pitches:-Michael Og Culbert, Kevin McDonald, Karl Stewart and Pat Wilson
Fencing:-Owen Fallon and Paul Smyth
Lane and Carparks:-Hugh, Emmett and Orlaigh Mullan and litter picker extraordinaire Miss Aobhinn Austin
Lunches:-Geraldine Dunne, Michelle Wilson, Fiona Austin, Claire Sloan, Susan Ghee, Maureen Delaney, Paula McElhatton, Pauline Crossan, Sinead Mullan and Roisín Adams
BBQ:-Joe Ward, Sean McAreavey, Jim Sloan, Pat Wilson, Jackie Webb, Daithi Adams, Gary McElhatton and Liam McGranaghan,
An exhausting weekend but really enjoyable and inspiring. When you look at the games, the friendships made and the effort given by all our volunteers you see the real spirit of Cumann Luth Chleas Gael
Naomh Gall Abú aris