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Pat Rice Memorial Tournament

6/26/2015Posted by Ciaran Grant

On Sunday 28th June Eire Óg host their annual hurling tournament in memory of Pat Rice. Our hurlers were successful in this tournament last year so are defending the trophy. The tournament is part of a busy week as we also host South Antrim Go Games for P6s, P4s and P2s on Saturday morning at Musgrave Park. 5 clubs are coming to take part in the blitzes.

The Pat Rice Tournament features Dunloy, Keady, Rossa, St Galls and Brid Og. It starts at 3pm at Woodlands. All support is greatly appreciated by players and mentors. 

Video Footage of Éire Óg U8s

5/24/2015Posted by Ciaran Grant

Thanks to U8 footballer Ronan Taylor's dad, PJ, who videod some of Éire Óg's U8 friendly against St Teresa's. The video can be viewed at http://youtu.be/Y2tNUetKKJE. There is some very impressive play and great scores in the clip.

Clan Na Gael

4/24/2015Posted by Ciaran McGarrity


Our under 16s are playing a in new merger team called Clan Na Gael. This is merger of ourselves St Agnes and Lisburn. Below are  reports from our initial league games. 
Thursday 15 April 2015
Eire Og under 16,s kicked off their league campaign under the new amalgamated team Clan Na nGael. We faced a tough opener against St Brigids  and while we lost by 4-11 to 2-4  the new team nevertheless played with enthusiasm and commitment which will stand us well later in the league. Encouragingly we had a panel of 24 and everyone got a game . The Ogs were represented by Jarlath Devlin, Conor Erskine Mark Hamill, Ewan Rush, Donal Mackin, Ciaran Hines, Ronald Donnelly, Eoghan Duffy Peter Corr, Sean Lagan and Adam McKenna. 
Best of the Ogs was Jarlath Devlin who had a superb game at centre half forward. 

Thursday 22 April
Clan na nGael 9-18 St Malachys 2.4
Eire Og under 16s playing as part of the Clan na Gael team secured  their first win of the season with a convincing win against a battling St Malachys team . Again we had a large panel  which is fantastic for the future and encouragingly  all the Ogs under 16s attending. The team played extremely well scoring  some superb goals. Conor Erskine in particular had a great game playing in new role at corner forward  and bagging himself a brace of goals.
Thursday 6 May
Clan na Gael 2- 9. Saffrons 3-9
Our under 16s playing as part of the Clan na Gael amalgamation lost narrowly to another amalgamtaed team - Belfast Saffron's which is a merger of Davitts and St Teresa's . This was an excellent game of football and the Ogs were very much to the front with Ronan Donnelly and Eoghan  Duffy both having excellent games. Again it was encouraging to see large squad turn up and in total  24 players got a run out. With each game the new  merger team is  improving and putting together some excellent moves resulting in well taken scores.


Easter Camp

4/10/2015Posted by Kevin Meenan

The club hosted an Easter Camp at St Luke’s school for three days over Easter. Over 20 children attended and it was encouraging to see some new faces.  All involved had a great time and enjoyed the various games and activities.  Those who attended were rewarded with a certificate and a deserved party bag.

Half-time NFL Mini-matches

3/28/2015Posted by Kevin Meenan


Over 50 parents and children of the club attended the recent NFL game between Down and Meath at Park Esler Newry.  The U8 Footballers were privileged to play two 7 a-side matches at half-time on the pitch against Newry Shamrocks and they performed very well in front of a large crowd.  Although it was a wet night, it did not dampen spirits and the kids were delighted to hear that they managed to receive some coverage on Setanta sports as this was a live TV match.  After the match the kids dried off and headed for a much deserved McDonalds before returning home.


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