Our 2022 Club Volunteer of the Year
is Terry Mc Ginnity. Terry was born in Drumhowan. He became actively involved with the Drumhowan club while still a teenager and played as a defender for several years. He was Drumhowan Club Secretary from 1961-67. He moved to England for a few years before coming back and living in Northern Ireland with his wife Esther. During this time, Terry always supported Drumhowan.
In the early eighties, Terry moved back to Drumhowan, right beside the football field. Terry then immersed himself in all club activities – the building of the new Community Centre and dressing rooms and improvements on the football pitch.
Terry coached juvenile teams, he was the club referee, he was a selector on the 1991 and 1993 Championship winning teams, and he was the Club Secretary. His daughter Áine actively plays for the club and his 3 sons played with club, most notably Stephen, who had a distinguished career with both club and county. Terry is still involved with club today – doing scoreboard and opening and closing dressing rooms on match days. He is a very valued member of Drumhowan GAA.
The 90’s Celebration was a wonderful night. Thank-you to all who were part of the planning committee, the catering, the entertainment, and those who donated raffle prizes. Thank-you to all those who attended and for making it such a great night!
Tuesday social ballroom dancing finished up on Tuesday this week.
Thursday Jiving finishes up on Thursday the 1st of December.
Save the dates Commitee members from the Drumhowan Community Group are busy organising events in December and January. On Sunday, December 11th, there will be a Sing-a-thon singalong held in Drumhowan. It will certainly get everyone into the Christmas spirit. Details will be shared when they are finalised. On January 2nd, we will host a Tractor, Lorry, Vintage Car and Bike run.
Registration will commence at 11am and start at 12:30.
We offer our sincere sympathy to the Smyth family Ballybay on the untimely death of Annmarie. Her brother Kevin has been actively involved with St Pats teams over the past few seasons. May she rest in peace.
We offer our sincere sympathy to the Mc Mahon family, Aughnamullen on the death of Patrick. May he rest in peace.
We also offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Seán Mc Cague. Seán served as the 33rd president of the GAA (2000–2003). He became the first Monaghan man to hold that office.may he rest in peace.