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September 16th, 2021

Seniors: Our seniors face Oral in the quarter final of the League on Saturday 25th Sept at 2pm in Drumhowan.


U7s: Well done to our U7s who took part in a blitz in Tyholland at the weekend.
U9s: Well done to our U9s who played a match against Doohamlet on Saturday last. Some great football was shown by both teams and thanks so Doohamlet for the game.
U11s: Well done to the U11s who played their last official game on Monday last V Doohamlet. Congratulations to Louise Duffy who Doohamlet picked as player of the match!
U15s: The U15s Championship will take place this Sunday, 19th Sept at 11am away to Corduff. Best of luck to the players and management.
U17s: Hard luck to the U17s who were defeated in the league final on Sunday last who showcased an excellent second half comeback to a strong Cremartin side. Final score 2-21 to 5-8. We wish the players and management the very best in the championship which will take place on Sunday 26th Sept at home to Latton. More details to follow next week.
Stewards: We host the ladies U16 final in Drumhowan this Sunday 19th at 12noon. Anyone available to steward please be at the Centre for 11.15am.
Covid 19 Notice:  We ask everyone to redouble their efforts regarding Covid 19 Regulations. Please follow all guidelines- use hand sanitiser upon entry to and exit from the grounds, observe social distancing etc. Please ensure all players submit their health questionnaires before all training sessions and matches.

Monaghan GAA Ticket Draw: Drumhowan GAA has been allocated 30 tickets to sell for the Monaghan GAA Draw to win an apartment in Lanzarote. Every ticket purchased will also give you an entry into a draw to win All-Ireland tickets. Tickets are €75. Please support our club when purchasing these tickets. If interested in purchasing please contact any committee member or Megan 0862247119 or Gerry 0866997376.

 

Smoke Free Campus: Drumhowan GAA is committed to reducing the use of tobacco, nicotine and of harmful chemicals found in vaping (e-cigarettes) due to its proven harmful health effects by adopting the GAA’S Smoke & Vape free policy.  As a result, from the 1st of September  Páirc Mhic Eoin and it’s surrounds will become a smoke free campus. It applies to the entire GAA club grounds, both internally and externally including: Buildings and residences, Doorways and entrances, Walkways, parkland, roads and car park, Pitches and sports facilities (including spectator spaces),  Balconies, outdoor seating and club/bar facilities, Cars parked on club grounds. There are NO designated smoking areas.

This policy applies to all members, officials, coaches, players, parents, visitors and volunteers. We believe that we are setting a positive example for the community with genuine concern for everyone’s health.

Financial Year Change: Please note the financial year has been changed from Oct 31st to Sept 30th at Congress. If anyone has any outstanding invoices please submit to Philip McAdam as soon as possible.

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