Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 27-04-2023
U15 Div. 3 League Rd.4: Emyvale v Latton on Thursday evening at 7:30pm in Tully.
Reserve Championship, Crawley Cup Preliminary Rd.: Eire Og v Emyvale on Friday evening at 7pm in Smithborough.
U9 GoGames on Saturday morning at 10am, venue TBC.
U18 Div. 1 League Rd.5: Castleblaney v Emyvale on Tuesday evening at 7:30pm in Castleblaney.
This week’s Emylott Results for Monday 24th April 2023. Numbers Drawn were 7,9,11,24 There was NO Jackpot winner. There were 3 match 3 winners, Mickey Treanor, Tonneyfinnegan, Emyvale; Edel Mc Kenna, Dugarry; Victor Fields, Emy. Promoter’s Prize: Vincent Mulligan & Seamus Mc Nally. Thank You for your continued support, and good luck in next week’s draw for a jackpot of €5600!
Intermediate League: We played Doohamlet last Sunday afternoon in round 2 of the league which unfortunately didn’t go our way. Next fixture is a home game v Seans in Tully on Saturday May 7
Reserves: Begin their Championship on Friday evening away to Eire Og.
U18’s Played Scotstown last Tuesday evening in Tully. Next fixture is away to Castleblaney on Tuesday evening.
U17’s: Training is every Tuesday and Thursday from 8pm to 9pm in Tully.
U15’s: Training is every Monday and Wednesday from 6:50pm to 8pm in Tully. The lads were unlucky last Thursday V Corduff and lost by a point after putting in
a huge performance, they are at home this week V Latton, throw in is at 7:30pm. no result at time of print, but good luck guys.
U13’s: Training starting Monday and Thursday nights from 7 to 8pm.
U11’s: Training is every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 8pm in Tully. The lads put in a super performance last Saturday in Tully and won the game by a single point against Oram … well done to all.
U9’s: Training will be every Wednesday and Friday from 7 to 8pm in Tully. Their first GO games will start this Saturday from 10am. Management will send text around about venue – good luck guys
U7’s: Training will be every Friday evening from 6 to 7pm in Tully. The U7 have their first go blitz on 6th of May – good luck to all.
Intercounty News: The Monaghan County Minor team were unlucky last weekend against a very strong Derry team who took all points on the day. Mathew, Andrew and Johnnie all played on the day. Next up is Donegal on the 6th of May in Clones at 1pm. That game will determine Monaghan’s ¼ final opponents. All roads lead to Omagh on Saturday evening for the eagerly awaited Ulster Senior Football Championship Semi Final clash between Monaghan and Derry. Let’s hope Karl Gallagher and the rest of the Monaghan team can keep their recent win streak going and reach another Ulster Final. U15 County news: Adam Treanor and Harry Hamill are training every week with the country U15 panel. They are also playing Derry on Saturday the 29th. Good luck guys. U.16 County news: Shay Cauley is going from strength to strength on the county development panel and we wish him all the best. They have a game this Saturday away to Down. Good luck Shay and the U16 county panel.
Wishing all our Club and County teams the very best of luck in their upcoming games.
CUL Camp: Emyvale GAA Club is delighted to announce that this year once again, we will host the Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camp. The 2023 camp will take place from 10th – 14th July 2023. You can book your child’s place on the following link:- https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?utm_source=website&utm_medium=findcamps_herocard&utm_campaign=culcamps2023&utm_content=findcamp_herocard&county=Monaghan This camp is always a sell-out, so spread the word with anyone you know who may be interested in attending and book your place early to avoid disappointment!
Handball: On Sunday last, Emyvale Handball Club had a very successful open day in the Leisure Centre to showcase and officially open the new One-Wall Handball Court that was funded under the Youth Fund programme which was organised by TY Students from St.Macartan’s College and St. Louis College Monaghan with support from Peace 1V funding and Youth Work Ireland. Thank you to World Champion Handballer, Fiona Shannon, who was also in attendance and delivered some expert coaching on the day to interested parties. Thank you to the TY students from St. Macartans and St. Louis who worked very hard to enable the funding along with Peace 1V and Youth Work Ireland. Please watch out for more news in relation to future training sessions for youth and adult players at Emyvale Handball Club on these pages.
Well done to everyone involved on a successful day.
Well Done and best wishes to our new referee Seamus Fields, who has completed his training and has now started his new Refereeing career recently. Seamus joins the ranks along with fellow Clubmen Niall McKenna and Gerry McCarron as recent Emyvale referees and we are sure he will go on to have a rewarding career.