Castlelyons GAA Notes

21 October, 2015

East Cork Scór na nÓg Finals.



The promotion of Scór at adult and juvenile levels has helped to play an important role on the revival of our culture and heritage. Both juveniles and adults in towns and villages throughout the East Cork Division have been afforded the opportunity to interact in the best of Irish culture.  It is imperative that we continue to promote Scór as it really adds to the overall value to the Club unit. The key attraction of Scór is that it brings people into club who are not necessarily interested in the sporting side of CLCG.  Scór provides potential to bring the Club to all the community thus increasing membership, support and greater community interest in the Club. Scór is commencing this year with the Scór na nÓg Competition (after National Schools and up to 17 years).  The aim is to have all clubs taking part in this competition with application forms available from club cultural officer or club secretary.

The Scór na nÓg Finals will be held at Lisgoold Hall on Sunday night the 8th November at 6 pm.





AGM Castlelyons Adult GAA Club.


The AGM of Castlelyons GAA Club will be held on Sat 21th Nov @ 8.00 pm.

This meeting is open to all and full members can make nominations, recommendations and vote on motions discussed.

The following matters will be discussed:-



  *   The work of the previous year will be reviewed.
  *   Activities of all fielded teams will be reviewed.
  *   Finances of the Club will be reviewed.
  *   Officers and Executive Committee members for the Club will be elected.
  *   The members views on Club and Association Policy.
  *   Consider the Club Policy – revise and endorse it if necessary.
  *   Make submissions through motions to the County Committee on the framing of policy.
  *   Policy and dealing with the rules of the Association.




Motions for inclusion in the meeting and nominations for any position with the club need to be submitted in writing  to Michael Barrett, Knock, Fermoy, Co. Cork or secretary.castlelyons.cork@gaa.ie<mailto:secretary.castlelyons.cork@gaa.ie> by Friday 13th November.This is the most important meeting of the year where everyone is welcome to come along and have their say and offer any ideas or suggestions on how the club should move forward for the next 12 months. So everyone from players to supporters please keep Sat 21th free and come along to your club's AGM.


The Cork GAA Clubs Draw commences shortly.



This Draw is a risk free fundraising promotion available to our Club.  Annually it has been a money spinner while some great prizes have come to Castlelyons in the last few years including a car.

[Clubs Draw 15]Tickets cost €100 per annum with a guaranteed 45% contribution to the draw members club rising to 58% on agreed target achievement.  Your support would be appreciated and our members will be calling for renewal or possible new membership shortly.

Since its inception in 1992 communities have benefited by more than €19 million in funding their local club developments.   The Draw has three aims which benefits all: -

1.      Investment in games development and coaching

2.      Risk free funding for clubs

3.      Capital projects support.



The 1st draw takes place on Friday 30th October.


Lotto Results for 19/10/2015



The numbers drawn were      05,11,17,20.

 There was no winner.

The jackpot was € 3400


Following won € 20

Jim Mackessy  (H Mack)
Chris O Sullivan (JMcG)
Ellen Murphy  (BOS)
Kay Reynolds  (NF)
Edel Martin  (JM)
John Daly  (AT)
Elenor Glavin  (NF)
Pat Lawlor  (CL)



Next draw takes place in the Abbey Tavern on Tuesday 27th @ 9.30 pm.