50/50 Draw To get organised for the July draw you can get your entry on the Clubforce link
This provides you with different payment options including setting up a 12 month direct debit subscription paid on a monthly basis which will ensure you are in for every draw.
Alternatively you can get an entry through REVOLUT to @bbol123 putting your name and contact telephone number in the note. Your support is very much appreciated as this is our primary source of fundraising.
Garda vetting: Castleblayney Hurling Club is committed to the welfare and protection of all our members. As part of this commitment the club requires all coaches, training assistants and volunteers who are associated with our underage teams to comply with the legal requirement to have Garda vetting. Please complete your vetting asap. Any questions, contact Marisa email: email@example.com.
Fixtures for week of 17th July
Wednesday 19th July U-15’s v St Macartans, 7.00pm, Truagh
U-17’s Táin Óg v Iveagh Gaels, 7.00pm, Concra
Seniors v Truagh, 8.00pm, Truagh
U7’s Wednesday 6pm – 7pm in St Marys Juvenile Pitch, drop off at Castleblayney College, contact David 086 2517407
U9’s Wednesday 6pm – 7pm in St Marys Juvenile Pitch, drop off at Castleblayney College, contact
Paul 086 1964932
U11’s Monday 7pm – 8pm, Concra Pitch, Matty 087 0574100
U13’s Wednesday 6pm – 7pm, St Mary’s Juvenile Pitch, contact Jarlath 085 1081450
U15’s Monday 6pm – 7pm, Concra Pitch, contact Ger 087 1384387
Membership is now overdue and this is a reminder to all players that they must be registered prior to playing or training in order to be covered for the Player Injury fund. Link for membership is https://member.clubforce.com/memberships_cart_m.asp?LL_ID=2271
Hurling Summer camp wrapped up on Wednesday 12th July after 3 days of fun and games and hurling skills led by our coaches, Niall Garland & Peter Treanor with plenty of help from Senior, Minor & County players as well as committee members and parents. Over 100 children enjoyed the camp and went home on Wednesday afternoon, clad in their classy camp tops, after lovely food supplied by Raymond Watters of Watters Maxol & Londis Castleblayney. The club are very appreciative of Raymond’s generosity. Thanks also to Ray & Dominic of The Mascot for their continued support, to Brendan Boyd who provided First Aid over the 3 days, to the Faughs club & Castleblayney College for the use of their facilities and lastly to Glenn Murphy who captured the images so well, without all of you, this would not have been possible.
Referees we are actively encouraging people who have played the game to consider taking up the referee mantle. Without referees our games cannot go ahead, it is a way of giving back to the game and indeed in staying involved with the GAA family. If you would consider taking up the challenge, contact any committee member who will ensure that you are trained and supported all the way. Give it a go!
Congratulations to Patrick Carragher who was a member of the winning Ulster Rounders Community Games team and also to Finn Flanagan who was on the winning Ulster Football Community Games team. Congratulations boys on your fantastic achievements and best of luck going forward to the next level.
A blast from the past at the weekend when former player, Dessie Reilly dropped into Blayney at the weekend, all the way from Austria. Dessie was on the winning All Ireland Junior Hurling team of 1997 and for obvious reasons wasn’t around when Monaghan GAA presented commemorative plaques to members of the team at their Awards night last Autumn. But Blayney Hurling did it in style and rolled out Noel McGuigan, Jarlath Denny & Hugh Cullen to make the presentation to Dessie! Congratulations Dessie and safe travelling home.