Tara Youth GFC
Training for the boys is now over for this year, we will be continuing the girls training until the end of the girls season , details to follow.
Congratulations to our U18 girls who won the U18 plate final on Friday night at Tara Park, thank you to St Kiernans/NLS for a great competitive game.
Well done to our U12's who took part in the Conrad Ryan tournament on Saturday.
Our official club merchandise is available to order on the O’Neills website.
New players are always very welcome to join our friendly club. If you would like to join please do not hesitate to contact us below. We would be delighted to hear from you.
Siobhan Faughnan – 07535 409 889
Well done to our Tara Ladies who travelled to Dublin to compete in the All Ireland 7s on Saturday 14th September, they had a great weekend of football .
A special fundraising benefit will take place next month to honour the memory of the late Colm Burke who passed away last year leaving behind a family of five. Colm Burke, originally from Clonbur, Galway, died last year after a battle with cancer. Burke, 41, left behind him a widow, Paula, as well as four young kids, aged 2, 3, 6 and 7. The dance will raise funds for the young family and Colm’s widow, a London-Irish nurse who played Gaelic football for years for Tara ladies.
The dance will take place on Saturday 5 October 2019 from 8.00 pm at the Fleadh, Preston Road HA3 0QA. Tickets will cost £5, music will be provided by Barry Owen, and an auction and raffle will also take place on the night. Paula grew up in Kingsbury and went to St Gregory’s high school. She played Gaelic football with the Tara ladies, and worked for over 10 years with the NHS as a nurse in the Royal Free hospital in Hampstead.
If anyone would like to buy tickets or make donations, please contact Marie on 07958577605
Sean Faughnan – 07850 307 058
Well done to our Tara Mens who reached the junior final , unfortunately they were defeated by a strong Dulwich in the final on Sunday in Ruislip, well done to both teams.Tweet