East Cavan Gaels club notes

March 05, 2018

The Beast from the East didnt stop the McGuigans from Stradone building their own hurler! Full back?

Child protection;

Thanks to all club members who recently completed their child protection course given in the Baile Hotel by Cavan GAA. Along with Garda vetting and GAA coaching award it ensures all our coaches/mentors/managers have all the requirements to be involved in hurling for the year ahead.

Saint Patricks Day Parades;

This year, for the very first time, we will partake in two parades, in Bailieborough, and for the first time, in Kingscourt. We hope as many of our young hurlers will participate.

The float is under construction in a secret location.

Monday hurling;

Most hurling fixtures for 2018, be that Ulster GAA, Monaghan and Cavan GAA will be scheduled for Mondays. Nine counties are beginning to use Monday as their hurling fixtures day this year which is a big step forward for hurling development. We expect all our players ages from U11 upwards to be available to us going forward. There will be no gaelic football fixtures on Monday, as like last year, so we hope many more Gaels who have not had the opportunity to play hurling will now take this chance as there should be no reason not to as Monday will be free from other GAA activity. The dual GAA star is still out there, join us.

Under 6/8/10;

Training indoors away from the elements in Kingscourt on Thursday and Bailieborough on Friday. Registration forms will be given out this week with registration Thursday 15th March in Kingscourt and Friday 16th March in Bailieborough.

Under 12/13;

Indoor training Thursday 7.45-8.45 in Kingscourt Community Centre. The final round of DKIT blitz is Sunday next. Registration and outdoor training coming soon.

Under 15;

Outdoor training coming soon.

The week ahead;




Thursday;Kingscourt indoors in the Community Centre U6/8/10 6.45-7.45. €3 each.

U13 Kingscourt Community Centre 7.45-8.45.

Friday; Bailieborough indoors at the BCS sports hall U6/8 6-7. U10 7-8. €3 each.



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