Midleton Hurling & Football Notes

11 January, 2015

Club Development Planning Process

The Club is creating a 5-year plan for its future growth and development within the Community. This plan will cover all key aspects of Club activity, including:

Coaching and Games Development - Club Structures and Administration - Communications, Public Relations and Club Culture - Club Facilities Development - Finance and Fundraising. The Club wishes to receive input to this plan from all interested parties, both current members and non-members from the wider community. Your views are most welcome. To facilitate this process, you are invited to attend our Public Meeting at the Club Pavilion on Jan 29th from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Please spread the word. All ideas and input will be collected by means of an organised workshop, coordinated by experienced facilitators on the night. You will also have the opportunity, should you so wish, to join one of our 5 Focus Groups (one for each of the key areas above). These groups will meet 3 times during the month of February to further develop the ideas and input from the workshop.

‘Ní Neart Go Cur Le Chéile’

Last Man Standing

Going into the last round of Premiership games only 13 punters remained and now after this weekends games there are 10 left. Check out the the Last Man Standing link on the top of our website for more details.

Cork Senior Hurling Last Thursday night in the Markdyke the Cork senior hurlers took in UCC in the Canon Michael O’Brien Cup, after a tough encounter in terrible conditions Ccork emerged victorious. Representing Cork was Luke O’Farrell and Paul Haughney whilst Tommy Wallace, Killian Burke and James Nagle represented UCC. Then on Ssaturday last in the Waterford Crystal Cup Cork defeated UL at the CIT grounds, Luke O’Farrell (0-09) and Paul Haughney (0-02) represented Cork.

Referee Course

Here will be a Begineers Course for new GAA referee’s in February. If you or someone you know are interested please contact Pa Beausang as soon as possible as spaces will be limited.

Lotto Lotto Jackpot was €9,600 no's were , 19,25,26 & 28, there was no winner, Lucky Dips were Liam Coll, Liam Ryan, Tim Crotty, Natalie Scully & Liam O’Keeffe , next week’s Jackpot €9,800. Tickets are on sale at the Club Bar, O ‘Neills Bar, Linehans Bar, Maple Leaf Bar, O’ Farrells Butchers, Frank Murphy Butchers, Pat Walsh Paints & Chadwicks. The Lotto draw takes place each Friday in the Club.

BINGO for all every Friday night in the GAA Pavilion from 8pm, guaranteed Jackpot of 1,000 euro!!

JUVENILE NOTES

Juvenile Committee Meeting

The Executive of the Juvenile Club will hold their first meeting of the year on the 13th of January @ 8pm.

Street League Indoor Hurling On Saturday the 17th of January the training will resume at the Community Centre, coaching for boys continues and new members are always very welcome. The times are as follows: Junior Infants 12 – 1pm, Senior Infants 11-12 & First Class 10-11am.

Team Training All team managers will soon be in touch with players by text regarding Training schedules.

Club Gear The Club shop re opens on Saturday morning 17th from 11am to 12, a full selection of gear is available Price lists are available on the club website www.midletongaa.com