GAA in Britain: Fixtures, Results and Club Notices December 18 - 25

GAA in Britain: Fixtures, Results and Club Notices December 18 - 25


All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship

Corofin (Galway) 0-9 – 0-2 Tir Chonaill Gaels


Club Notes

Dulwich Harps

Training schedules have been planned for all teams and is expected to commence February 2015. Gaelic Football for boys and girls aged 10 - 16 will start back at St. Paul’s Academy shortly, watch this space for more info!

St Anthony’s

The Dinner Dance held on November 29th was a fantastic success with over 165 attendees. Thanks to all that attended and helped to organise.

The club will start holding some social hurling sessions in the New Year in Reading.

St Joseph’s

Lotto: 5, 11, 23, 24. No jackpot winner. £20 Lucky Dip winners: T O’Malley, The Shanakee; Derek Gowan, The Shanakee; Marty Baird, The Shanakee; Andrew Fenton, Visitation, Greenford; Philip Heffernan, The Shanakee.

Tir Chonaill Gaels Youth

Thank you to Ester, Eileen, Martha and all the TCG Ladies who organised the recent children’s Christmas Party. It was a great success and Fr Christmas was only too delighted to put in an appearance. Thank you to all who brought food, donated prizes and helped with the raffle.

St Brigid’s Cross Making in the Clubhouse on Friday 30th January - 7.30 p.m. onwards. (Family night - all welcome - £5 for adults (to include irish stew/soda bread - children free).

Warwickshire GAA

The 2014 season came to a close with the Annual Convention at Páirc Na hÉireann. President Aiden Flynn (O’Rahillys) thanked all the hard-working volunteers who, week in week out, manage in the best part to put teams on the pitch and thanked referees for making our games possible and his fellow offices for the work both seen and unseen.

Michael Collins (John Mitchels Hurling) gave his Chairman’s address and had unfortunately to start on a negative note commenting on the poor discipline of a small number of members regarding side-line abuse towards referees. He said mentors must take responsibly of their supporters and insure their players abide by the rules of the Association as breaches have and will be dealt with firmly.

Paddy Hoey (Roger Casements) addressed the Convention and echoed Michael’s comments regarding discipline.

Martin Grogan (Roger Casements) presented at the meeting the accounts for the year of the County Board and Social Club, which showed an increase. After a short discussion relating to expenditure regarding club house improvements the accounts where accepted.