Aughawillan GAA Notes 07/03/2016
Junior League: The Junior league will begin this Sunday, 13 March 2016. Aughawillan will play Bornacoola at 12 noon in Aughawillan.
Minor League: St. Brigid’s played Allen Gaels on Friday last. It was a disappointing end to the league for the lads but no doubt with plenty of talent on the field, spectators can look forward to the Championship.
U16 St. Brigid’s: U16 League will begin Saturday 12th March 2016, with St. Brigid’s playing 15 aside against Mohill at 12 noon in Mohill. Please show your support.
Under 12: Blitzes will start on Friday 25th March 2016 and run for five weeks.
St. Brigids GAA Club Fundraiser: St. Brigids Table Quiz was postponed until Friday 18th March at 9pm in The Standing Stone. Table of four Adults – €40. Please support.
Aughawillan Email Updates: If anyone would like to be included on a mailing list from the club, please send your email to Secretary.firstname.lastname@example.org
Date for your Diary: “Ladies Night” fundraiser for Aughawillan GFC. This event will take place in the Poor Scholar, Ballinamore on Saturday the 9th of April, 2016.
Aughawillan / Drumreilly GAA Lotto draw held in Tabhairne an Bhainc, on 24 February 2016. Number drawn: 9,10,23,18. No Jackpot winner.
1. H & M Mc Tague, Drumcroman
2. Pat Murray, 086 1925941
3. Lee Gartland, Drumnamore
4. Padraig Murray, Aughnasheelin
5. Francis Kellegher, Tuberlion
6. Kieran Mitchell, Ardunsaghan
7. John Mc Keon, Drumlea
Next draw in Shortts on 9 March 2016. Jackpot €3,600. Thank you to all who support club lotto.
Health and Well Being: As part of our Health and Well Being initiative Aughawillan GAA wish to offer EVERYONE in the community an opportunity to be tested for Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS). AMS provide a comprehensive, on-site Doctor-led Cardiac Screening service to clubs, schools & companies nationwide. The service is ultimately aimed at reducing the incidents of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) in Ireland and promoting a healthy lifestyle. The service would be offered at the Clubrooms in April.
AMS screen all senior inter-county GAA teams across Ireland. The service is based on the recommendations of the GAA’s Medical Scientific and Advisory Committee http://www.gaa.ie/medical-and-player-welfare/cardiac-screening and The European Society of Cardiology.
Individuals pay for themselves. Each screening takes 20 minutes and appointments can be arranged for the day. Individuals from age 12+ can be assessed.
In accordance with international best practice the Cardiac Screening includes:
• A Personal & Family History Questionnaire • A Medical Examination with a Doctor • Lifestyle Assessment • Blood Pressure measurement • Obesity Screening • 12 Lead Electrocardiogram (ECG) • Consultant Cardiologist review and report The individual fee for the Cardiac Screening service is €60. *People with LAYA health insurance are able to avail of screening for FREE. People with other health insurance may be able to claim a % back at the end of the year. Or it is also tax deductible. Dr Alan Byrne is the Medical Director.
Should you wish to avail of this service please text Tracy on 087 2842718, Email: email@example.com or contact any member of the executive to book your appointment. Please note this service will only be run if the minimum number of participants take part.
Combhrón: It was with deep sadness that we learned of the death of Tom Walsh formerly of Derradda, Ballinamore & Ballydaniel, Ballymacoda, Co.Cork who died on 2 March 2016. Tom was on the winning Championship team of 1960, indeed the first Championship won by Aughawillan GFC. Aughawillan GFC wish to sympathise with Tom’s wife Mary, daughter, Margaret and Son, Tom, the Walsh family, Derradda, his sisters Teresa Mc Kiernan, Stradrinan, Aughawillan, Margaret Honeyman, Ballinamore and Bridgie Walsh, USA. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.