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Ógs Recognise CAPITA involvement

17/06/2013Posted by Admin

 

All at Éire Óg would like to thank CAPITA for all their involvement with the club, even sponsoring jerseys for some of our Juvenile Óg teams.

Go raibh míle maith agat.

Summer Camp

16/06/2013Posted by Admin

The Club will be holding its annual GAA summer camp from the 1st-5th July at Colin Valley Sports Centre.

P1 - P3s 10 - 12pm  cost - £20 for the week;

P4 - P7s 10 - 2pm cost £30 for the week.

It is important to book early as places fill up quickly.  Please contact Nuala McClean on 07863200789 for booking and more information.

St Annes Fun Day

10/06/2013Posted by Admin

St. Anne's PS are holding their annual fun day on Sunday 16th June.  As part of the event, Eire Og will be holding a penalty kick competition to help raise money for the school.  We are looking for volunteers (preferably in club gear) to help out on the day.  It would also be great to see our young members in their club gear to help raise the profile of the club.

Have A Go Day

05/06/2013Posted by Ciaran Grant

At Woodlands on Saturday, June 8, at 10.30, Eire Og juvenile hurling coaches will be joining the football coaches at training. There will be the opportunity for kids to have a go at playing each sport. So, there will be the opportunity for the Gaelic footballers to try their hand at hurling and for the hurlers to play football. Everone welcome to have a go!    

U14 Football: All county Feile final at casement

15/05/2013Posted by Ciaran

A great day in Casement park for the All county final. We were aware that Moneyglass had one particularily big guy who scored the majority of their scores. A key task was to stop this threat.
In the first half we played with a breeze towards the A'town road end. From the start we dominated possession and for long periods kept them in their own half. Some excellent football was played.
Moneyglass made a few breaks up the pitch and always targetted the big fella who was positioned at full forward. Ronan Donnelly did an excellent job of stopping that threat.
The first half ended 0-2 to 0-1. This was very disappointing following our dominance, but we spurned too many chances.

The second half started well for us and we got the first score from a free kick. However the breeze was now working in Moneyglass favour and had actually picked up a bit. They found it easy to kick long balls into our half, where we worked hard to get it out.
Moneyglass kept the ball in our half for long periods of time. The defence did very well to limit the scoring with Jack being called into action on a number of occassions. However a number soft frees given against us eventually resulted in Moneyglass turning around the game. The big fella was an excellent free taker off both left and right foot.
We did have a great opportunity towards the end of the game when Brendan Mohan beat 2 defenders and was determined to finish with a goal. However he was taken down from behind, a cynical foul which the Moneyglass team had used a number of times. We were unable to convert the resultant free, but we ended the game in an attacking style.
Looking back the guys were very disappointed. A few decisions our way and missed opportunities...what could have been. I know that spectators felt that we played the better and more attractive football. We will definitely fancy ourselves to beat them given another opportunity.
Standout performer on the day Ronan Donnnelly for his dominance over the big fella.

Final score: Éire Óg/St Agnes 0-3 Moneyglass 0-6.

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