Glanmire GAA Club News

09 February, 2014


Triple Header this Weekend
Glanmire Football Club have a hectic weekend ahead of them with a three games due to be played. Mark Hopkins takes charge of his first Intermediate game in the opening game of the Division 4 Football League, at home to Carrigaline.

In the U21 grade, our footballers travel away to Newcestown in the semi final of the Glenville U21 Tournament on Saturday morning and on Sunday,

Junior manager Brian Lotty seeks to continue the momentum of their championship win in 2013, when they take to the field against Castlemartyr in the East Cork JFL Div 2. Please note that the location and times of these games are subject to change at short notice, due to the weather. Please check out Twitter page for any updates.
Glenville U21 Tournament Semi Final
Newcestown Vs Glanmire
Date: Saturday 8th February
Time: 11.30am
Venue: Newcestown GAA Pitch


Intermediate Football League - Round 1
Glanmire Vs Carrigaline
Date: Saturday 8th February
Time: 6pm
Venue: The Pike Field, Glanmire


East Cork Junior B Football League
Castlemartyr Vs Glanmire
Date: Sunday 9th February
Time: 3pm
Venue: Castlemartyr GAA Pitch


Rebel Og Premier 2 Minor Football League Gp 2
Mallow Vs Glanmire
Date: Saturday 15th February
Time: 3pm
Venue: Mallow GAA Pitch

Get Better Soon Aaron
Glanmire Football Club would like to wish U21 and Intermediate player Aaron O'Mahony a speedy recovery following a shoulder injury he sustained in training recently.

Aaron is a vital member of both football teams and will be sorely missed in the coming months. We hope to see you back playing in the near future.

The Sarsfields and Glanmire GAA Lotto will take place again next Monday evening. The jackpot is €14,200 and tickets can be bought through local bars and stores. Please support and you will be in with a chance of winning the main jackpot.

Foundation Coaching Course – Sat 8th Feb
The club will run a foundation coaching course on Saturday 8th February . The club welcomes any parent new to the area or returning club member to get involved in coaching or administration in the Juvenile section. We rely on volunteers and we can never have too many coaches as the numbers in the club (especially Under 12 and younger) have grown significantly in the last few years. Getting involved with an age group will only involve 1-2 hours a week commitment (usually on a Friday evening) and it is very rewarding to see the kids develop under your watch.

Please contact Juvenile Chairman, Paul Kingston (087 8118334) for more details or get in contact with any team manager at any stage during the year.