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December 1st, 2021

GAEIL TRIUCHA NOTES 30th November 2021



Lotto Draw 28/11/2021


Lotto Sponsor for November: Verisure Environmental Services.


This week’s draw results sponsored by: Treanor Family, Dundian


Numbers drawn: 10, 14, 19 & 28


NO Jackpot Winner


2 x Match 3 Winners – Shares €100

Eugene McGeough – Mullacor

G. Finnegan (mobile number provided)


Yearly Sellers Prize: The Club


Next Week’s Jackpot is €9,800 (5th December 2021)


Thank you again for your continued support of Gaeil Triúcha.


You can try your luck online via Clubforce or alternatively a completed Lotto envelope can be dropped into the post box at St Mellans before 9pm every Sunday.


Lotto Sponsorship:

If anyone is interested in sponsoring our Club lotto, either weekly or monthly, please contact Martin on 086 3793256.








Notifications have been issued for this year’s AGM, which will take place later this month, and all relevant paperwork have been sent to the email address each member has given at registration. If you have not received your information, please contact Pauric on





Truagh Ladies will be holding their AGM on Sunday December 5th at 5pm in St.Mellans where we will be looking back on a busy and successful season and looking forward to the year ahead.

All parents, members, Senior players and supporters are welcome to attend



St.Mellans Handball Club



We are holding our agm tonight the 2nd of December at 8:30pm in St.Mellans, we would love to see some new faces on board, so all are very much welcome and have an input in the club and the future !!!.


Mono League. The Mono League continues with not a lot between the teams, so we have no runaway leader yet so all to play for, so remember, “Every points count”.


Adult Singles.

Anyone interested in playing adult singles in the Robert O Reilly Engineering & Gola Woodworks competitions please give your name to Brendy, some may not have been able to commit to the Mono League but would like to play in singles can most certainly do so, again get your name to Brendy.



The juveniles are still on going as per their time slots, and a massive improvement can be seen already in all groups, so keep practising!!!!!!, the alleys are busy with the Mono League and coaching during the week so we encourage parents to get the kids down over the weekend as to get extra alley time in!!!.


She’s Ace.

Beragh handball Club are hosting “She’s Ace” for Ulster female players only the 11th & 12th of December at their facilities, and anyone interested in playing must have their names in before the 4th, so get your names into Brendy ASAP, this is a great bit of criac and we encourage as many girls as possible to register, it is from U11 upwards so this would but a great experience to play other players from all over Ulster in a fun environment situation!!!!!.



Anyone playing handball must be a fully paid member as to avail of the insurance as per GAA rules, all juveniles are paid so we will be asking team captains to collect monies in the very near future to get this end of business tidied up.


Handball Gear. Anyone that needs any handball equipment can avail of all in the club shop, the shop is open Thursday’s from 7-8pm.



Cash For Clobber Collection The perfect time of the year to do a bit of decluttering. For every kg in weight received ‘Cash For Clobber’ will donate €0.40 to Fr John Skinnader Missionary work in South Sudan. Items accepted are reusable clothing, paired shoes, hats, scarves, curtains, bed linen, belts, handbags, towels. All items are recycled and sent to Niarobi in Kenya for reuse. Please bring all items in bin bags. All items to be left inside the dressing rooms at the side of the complex between Friday 1st October 2021 to Sunday 9th January 2022.



Coaching Teenage Girls in Sport Workshop

Monaghan Sports Partnership will we will be facilitating a Coaching Teenage Girls in Sport workshop online via Zoom on Tuesday the 7th of December.


The Coaching Teenage Girls in Sport Workshop is designed specifically to support coaches of girls 12-17 years of age. The workshop will help enable coaches to create a positive experience of sport and physical activity for girls in their formative years. Participants will learn ways to enhance the environment where girls can enjoy their sport leading to a positive experience of being involved with sport in their club. This will then aid in retention within their given sport.


This workshop is targeted at coaches, volunteers, committee members, and any others involved in female participation across all sporting types, in particular the club structure. On completion of the workshop, coaches will receive a certificate of attendance from Sport Ireland.


Key Learning Outcomes of workshop:


· Gain an understanding of the relationship between sports participation and physical/mental health for adolescent girls.

· Identify the key reasons why girls engage in physical activity and sport and why they drop out.

· The importance of fun and informal participation can have teenage girls

· Understand the importance of communication (coach to player and player to player) in retaining girls in sport.

· Raise awareness around the effect’s puberty can have in the teenage years.

· Identify the role of actual competence and confidence for engaging girls in sport and physical activity.

· Examine coaching practices and communication that build’s autonomy, confidence, and belonging in girls across team and individual sports.

· Designing club structures and culture that encourages and caters for relationship building and continuing participation in the club.


The cost of this workshop is €10 per participant and is heavily subsidised through Dormant Accounts funding. Places are limited and pre-registration is essential. Could you please share with your club members who might be interested in attending. To register visit:

If you would like more information on this workshop feel free to contact me on 087-9425725 or


Walking Track:

The walking track remains open to the entire Community. Please observe social distancing, use sanitiser and follow the 1-way system.


Club Notes

If you would like to have something included in our weekly notes, please email – cut off for inclusion is 9pm on Monday evenings.

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