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December 20th, 2022

Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 22-12-22

2022 Intermediate Football Championship All-Star Awards: Congratulations to Karl Gallagher (2nd award) and Ryan Mc Anespie (5th award) on their 2022 Monaghan Intermediate Championship All-Star Awards, which also names the lads on the Intermediate Championship Team of the year. A great honour and fitting reward for Ryan and Karls hard work and dedication to their team and club throughout the season.

 

Emylott Jackpot is an even €7000!

This week’s Emylott Results for Monday 19th December 2022. Numbers Drawn were 3,12,23,27 There was NO Jackpot winner. There was 1 match 3 Louise Moen. Promoters Prize: MPA & EOB. Next Jackpot on 9th January €7000 Thank You for your continued support throughout the year and the very best of luck in our next draw for a €7000 jackpot!

 

 

Referee’s: We are actively looking new referees for the club. Would you like to test yourself out to see would you enjoy what’s a very rewarding and important role in Gaelic games? Why not give it a go and see? All training and support will be provided and we are lucky to have one of Ulsters best referees in our club to help out along the way. Contact any committee member or our Club referee Niall ‘Mo’ McKenna for more details.

Coaching: If anyone has interest in coaching, mentoring or first aid for any juvenile teams next season please contact our Club Coaching Officer Brendan Mc Nally or Juvenile Chairperson Shane Mc Cormack.

Monaghan G.A.A are running a number of coaching courses during the off season. These are very valuable to anyone looking to step onto the coaching ladder and

also to any coaches looking to improve and gain an extra coaching level. Again, Contact Brendan Mc Nally or Shane Mc Cormack for details. New coaches are welcome.

The three Gaelic Games Associations have launched a major new initiative aimed at supporting the development and pathway for female coaches across football, Ladies football, hurling and camogie. The Camogie Association, LGFA and GAA have collaborated to secure the support of the Sport Ireland Women in Sport Fund and will run the programme throughout 2023. The aim of the programme is to increase the participation of female coaches in the upper end of the Gaelic Games Player Pathway in all four codes and will see participants experience an intensive coach development programme that will support them to achieve their coaching ambitions. Expressions of interest are being sought from interested candidates during the month of December. In January there will be an online information session to provide interested participants with more detail about the specific content and key dates of the programme. There will be approximately 25 places on the programme for 2023. Contact committee members of either Emyvale GAA or Emyvale LGFC for more information.

 

Word of Thanks: Emyvale G.A.A would like to thank all our Players, Coaches, Medics, Mentors, Committee Members and Membership for all your outstanding dedication, work and entertainment all season. Thank you must also go to the parents of our players for your dedication, understanding and possibly giving that bit of comfort and reassurance on occasion when needed. None of it goes unnoticed and is all very much appreciated. To all the various sub committee’s that keep the club ticking over in the back ground, thank you. And finally thank you to everyone who bought Lotto’s and Pot of Gold tickets in 2022.

We are looking forward to hopefully seeing you all in 2023.

 

Wishing all our members and families a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy and successful 2023!

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