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May 17th, 2021

Scotstown GAA Club Notes. 18/05/2021

Our Blues in County Football Action

Allianz Division 1 North National Football League

Hard luck to the Monaghan County senior football team in their defeat to Armagh by 1-16 to 1-12 in a thrilling encounter in Enniskillen last Saturday. Their next Division 1 North National Football League game is against Donegal this Saturday 22nd May at 5pm in MacCumhail Park Ballybofey. The game is live on RTE2. Five of our Senior champion blues are involved in the panel. All the best to Rory Beggan, Darren Hughes, Kieran Hughes, Conor McCarthy and Ryan O’Toole; and the rest of the Monaghan team.

2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 2B

The Monaghan ladies get their 2021 campaign off and running this weekend. They are playing Cavan this Saturday 22nd May at 12 Noon in St Tiernach’s park Clones. All the best to our Blue Ladies on the panel, Abbie McCarey, Casey Treanor and Edel Corrigan, and the rest of the Monaghan team.


Membership 2021 – Physical Registration at Complex Friday 28th May 8pm

For those who have no online access or prefer to register manually, we will be collecting adult non-player memberships on Friday 28th May at the Complex at 8pm. Please keep in mind the current Covid 19 restrictions. If spectators are allowed to attend games later this summer, there will be a quota system and our club members will have precedence on the limited number of tickets given.

It is important that all players, adult and juvenile are registered as players will not be insured until membership is paid and will not be able to train or play on the pitch.

In light of the Covid 19 Pandemic and its continuing impact on our community and activities we have given a 25% reduction in fees to all members as reflected in this year’s prices. Family discounts will still apply also with €10 being deducted for multiple registrations from the same family (Must be processed all at once).

A parent must register with anyone under the age of 18, therefore you will be required to include an “Adult non-playing” to the basket.

If children are registered without parent being added or if at least 1 Parent/Guardian (GDPR contact) isn’t included with a juvenile registration, then we will issue a refund and ask you to register again. Please arrange your membership on our Clubforce Platform, which is linked on our Social Media platforms, if you are not physically registering as outlined above.

Also please note everyone must register before they can play.

Thank you for your cooperation.


Return to Football – Fixtures announcement due

We are expecting the announcement of Club fixtures this week, including reserves competitive games for early June and senior league for late June. We have welcomed back all our players to training and look forward to competitive football in June. Please see our social media platforms for the latest details on fixtures.


Scotstown GAA Online Club Lotto – Jackpot €8,200 Next Week!!!

Thanks to everyone involved in our online lotto draw for a €8,100 jackpot on Wednesday 19th May! Please see our Social Media platforms for more details of the results. There was no winner of our Jackpot on May 12th. We had 2 Match 3 winners tonight – Caroline Cassidy & Marie Mc Kenna. We had 1 Lucky Dip winner this week of €20 – Paul Mc Carville. Congratulations to all winners! The Scotstown GAA online Lotto Draw takes place every Wednesday at 8:30pm with last entries at 8pm. The draw is conducted on-line and is fully automated using secure facilities. There are 4 numbers to choose from a range of 1 to 31.

Match the 4 numbers to win the Jackpot of €8,200.

If no jackpot winner €100 is rolled over to the following week.

Also if there is no jackpot winner there will be lucky dips.

Next draw Wednesday 26th May at 8:30pm.


Ladies Football Training

The senior Ladies training has resumed and they are training on Tuesday and Friday night’s at 8pm in Kilmore.


Annual Cul Camp – Second week in August

The annual Cul Camp will take place in Scotstown from 9th to 13th August.

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide primary school boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games. Activities are player-centred with a Games Based approach and a strong emphasis on personal development and well-being. The cost is €65 for 1st child; €60 for 2nd child; €50 for 3rd and subsequent children. For children attending a second camp, without gear, the cost is €50 Kit delivery charge of €7.80 applies per booking, not per kit.

Please contact the County Co-ordinator Paul O’Connor on 086 837 4827 or email to developmentmanager.monaghan@gaa.ie or by visiting the website www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie


Scotstown GAA Club Shop

If you would like to purchase Scotstown GAA merchandise, please contact Kevin on 087 742 2519 or Sinead. The Club Shop is closed as per the latest GAA guidelines.


May Ciste Draw

The May Ciste draw will take place Saturday Night May 29th at 9:45pm, appropriately for the current restrictions. You can purchase your Ciste tickets in our local shops. There are tickets, envelopes and collection boxes in each of these shops; McAloons Knockatallon; McMahon Centra, Scotstown; McCarvilles Ballinode & Killylough. You can also purchase your Ciste tickets using the Scotstown Clubforce website and clicking on ‘buy event tickets’ link. First prize €1,000 and 5 prizes of €100 must be won. In total €18,000 in prize money is won every year!


Latest Covid-19 Restrictions Update for May and June

Monday last, 17th May saw the second of the 4 dates targeted for easing restrictions. This was for the full reopening of non-essential retail. The next date is June 2nd, where Hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs can open, and are also permitted to serve food and drinks indoors to residents.

On June 7th, Pubs and restaurants can serve customers outdoors. There will be no distinction between pubs that serve food and those that don’t. Gyms may also reopen on this date, but for individual training only.

Please see our social media platforms for further details. Please note that our GAA indoor facilities including dressing rooms, club shop, social club, gyms etc. will remained CLOSED until further notice. This is in accordance with the GAA’s Covid Advisory Group’s guidelines. Whenever we are given the guidelines to enable us to give definitive dates of resumption of any of our activities and facilities, we will update you here and on our Clubforce app. Please adhere to the general government and HSE guidelines, on washing your hands, keeping your distance and abide by the current restrictions. Thanks for your patience and understanding. It is encouraging to see some light at the end of the tunnel and please keep in mind, the club is still here to help out in our community.


We are still here to help

We would like to reiterate and to continue our message that we are here to help, particularly as although restrictions are easing, we are still in a pandemic. In light of the ongoing concerns and impacts to our daily lives over Covid-19, Scotstown GAA would like to reassure those in our community that we are here to help. The health and wellbeing of our

community is very important at this time and we can phone and have a chat with those that are alone or vulnerable check if they need anything, groceries, medicines, a friendly voice and reassuring chat can help. If you are living away from the parish and have relatives that may need a hand getting in medicines or shopping or simply checking in with them, contact any committee member. Please private message on the Scotstown GAA Facebook page with any other suggestions on how we can help over the next while. We will keep you updated on our Facebook page and we are and will look out for each other. There are Tydavnet Parish Community Health and Wellbeing leaflet of crucial local numbers and contact information for people in our community. These leaflets are going out through the local shops, churches etc. Many thanks to all those involved. As well as our physical health, our emotional wellbeing and mental health is also highly important. In these current circumstances, it is important to remember that the community supports and services are still operating. Your GP is your first point of contact in relation to both physical and mental health needs. If you, or someone you know is in crisis, contact your GP or Doc on Call on 1850 777 911, or if you are really concerned go to the Emergency Department in Cavan General Hospital. Please see our social media platforms for Local Support and Services available with contact details.


Phone a Ceili

With high Level restrictions ongoing, physically visiting people is not allowed. But we can still make contact with those we care about and / or are cocooning, living alone or vulnerable. They would really appreciate a phone call, letter or card just to say “I’m thinking about you, keep safe and stay strong.” So please, Phone a Ceili, write a Letter, send a Card and keep in touch over the winter months and we are always here to help in anyway. We ask all our committee members and players to phone a ceili twice a week. If you would like a committee member or player to phone you, please contact our Chairman Shane on 086 836 7997.


Votes of Sympathy

The following votes of sympathy were passed at our May Committee meeting.

Boylan Family on the death of Fidelma

Caraher Family on the death of Sharon

McGinnity Family on the death of Madge

McElvaney Family on the death of Michael

Morgan Family on the death of Rose

Thorne Family on the death of Anne

We would like to offer our condolences to all the family and friends who lost loved ones during this time.


Monaghan U3A Fitness Classes

Monaghan U3A are running free fitness hour classes aimed at 50+ age group Monday to Thursday at 8.15am; Tuesday 30-minute classes at 9.30 with a HSE physio and Friday Tai Chi at 9.45. For the zoom links text 087 3432275 or see our Social Media Platforms.


Keep Well Campaign

The Government Plan for Living with COVID-19: Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021 highlighted the important role that individual and community resilience will play in contributing to our ongoing response to COVID-19.

The Keep Well campaign is aimed at showing people of all ages how we can mind our own physical and mental health and wellbeing by adding healthy and helpful habits to our daily and weekly routines. It will provide guidelines, information, and tips on how we can make a plan to do things that will help us keep well through the coming months. A full range of supports is available online at gov.ie/healthyireland



We wish all our players taking their exams at present all the best.


2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League

The fixtures and dates have been announced for the 2021 Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues. In the National Football League Division 2B;

Sunday 23rd May, Monaghan play Cavan

Sunday 30th May, Monaghan play Armagh

Sunday 6th June, Monaghan play Tyrone

Venues and Times to be arranged.

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