Online webinars on new FOIREANN Membership system mainnews
The GAA’s IT department is organising six more webinars for Club and County Officers on using Foireann – the Association’s new Management System. 

To register, participants should complete their details on the following form - 

 An email with the link will be sent to the email provided in advance of the live session.

Please note each webinar is capped at a maximum of 100 participants - pre-registration is essential!

Webinars (all with the same content) will be delivered live via Microsoft Teams on the following dates - 

Tuesday March 9th @7:00 

Thursday March 11th @ 7:00 

Tuesday March 16th @ 7:00 

Thursday March 18th @ 7:00 

Monday March 22nd @ 7:00 

Wednesday March 24th @ 7:00 

Monday March 29th @8:00 

Wednesday March 31st @8:00 

Last updated 05/03/2021 @ 14:50

Connacht GAA Webinar on "Property issues" for Sligo Clubs mainnews

Connacht GAA will deliver a webinar on ‘ Property Issues’ to all Sligo GAA Clubs

This event will take place on Monday 15th March 2021 at 7pm via MS Teams. (Presentation will be for 90mins).


Webinar: Property Issues

Date: Monday 15th March 2021

Time: 7pm

Via: MS Teams.



  • Process- Club/County
  • How GAA property is owned & controlled
  • Acquisition & Purchase
  • Lease/License
  • Disposal
  • Borrowings
  • Legal Charge
  • Use of property.
  • Trustees-
  • Shortcomings in that structure
  • Proposed new structure
  • Required actions


Club/County Officers can register for this event via the following link.

Last updated 05/03/2021 @ 14:30

Sligo2Sligo - Hurling Fundraiser mainnews

Sligo hurlers have in recent years, ‘contributed to the cause’ by supporting ‘Breakfast mornings’ and ‘last-man-standing’ fundraisers but such initiatives are impossible at this time. This year we plan to build on the good-will & enthusiasm that already exists around hurling throughout the County and to that effect we are establishing ‘Friends of Sligo Hurling’. This is an initiative that you can be part of and proud of. Friends of Sligo Hurling & the Sligo Senior Hurling Panel are launching ‘iSupport Sligo Hurling’, which involves the hurlers embarking on a virtual journey from Sligo GAA in Scarden to Sligo GAA, Gaelic Park in New York... ‘Sligo2Sligo’. 

One of New York GAA’s leading lights is of course Larry McCarthy, a member of Sligo GAA in New York who has recently been inaugurated as the 40th President of the Association.

From Coney Island to Coney Island, Metal Man to Statue of Liberty, IT Sligo to Setton Hall University, Clayton Hotel to Gerry’s Place... the starting gun has been fired! On-line donations towards the mileage covered by the hurlers will be provided by Friends of Sligo Hurling and anyone who wishes to support this worthy cause. Each Player will walk, run and crawl to accumulate the required 5000 kilometres! 

Last updated 02/03/2021 @ 11:49

Shamrock Gaels GAA Club notes clubnotes
The Healthy club committee's walk/run challenge came to an end on Sunday and after 3 weeks of activity, the Gals N Pals team have just shaded it clocking up an average of 1.66KM more than the Lads N Dads. There was a total of 18,969KM covered by the teams over the 3 weeks - almost made it to Melbourne via New York. However, the Lads N Dads have an opportunity to close the gap as a new challenge has been added for the final week. There has been a significant amount of feedback on the amount of litter on all of the routes walked over the last three weeks and in conjunction with Riverstown Tidy Towns and Sligo County Council, the two teams will pick up litter across the Club area with bonus KM's given to the team who collects the most bags of litter. Thanks to the Healthy Club committee of Marina Swann, Brenda Crowley, Eileen Benson, Shirley McKenna, Majella Muldowney, Sharon Dineen and Joe Quinn for organising this initiative, one of many in the last twelve months.  

There has been a great response to the annual National Club draw and tickets are still in circulation. The closing date has been extended to June, but we would encourage everyone to get the tickets back to Mary Quinn as soon as possible. This is one of the most important fundraising events of the year and 100% of the proceeds go to the club with a top prize of a car.

Membership is now open for the coming year and one of the best ways to join is to combine your membership with joining the monthly draw. The cost is €12.70 per month and along with membership, you have the chance to win monthly cash prizes - please contact any committee member, PM our facebook page or email  

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Patricia Davey, Tullybeg who died last week. 

Last updated 01/03/2021 @ 08:39

Coolaney/Mullinabreena GAA Club notes clubnotes

“Every Step Counts’ Challenge” concludes this week and we as a club and a community are our on last lap of Ireland. Well done to all and thank you for the huge effort over the pass few weeks. Please adhere to all Covid requirements and stay safe when out exercising this week.


Our track is open every day for all to use within 5km. Please remember to adhere to all guidelines. A one- way system in place. No group walking except within one’s family unit. Physical distancing is in place at all times. “Lights on our Track” at Nace O’Dowd Park continues from 7pm - 9pm every Tues & Thurs.


Club officially launch Club Lotto 2021 fundraiser. Our Lotto is more important now than ever and remains the foundation on which the Club funds our various day to day expenses. Insurance, loan repayments and Park maintenance are amongst the items that remain a constant. Club are making an appeal once again to you, our great supporters, to get behind us and contribute to our Lotto for 2021. To purchase your ticket please contact any committee member or your usual seller for details or please see our webpage or our Facebook page. Thank You.


We have restarted the very successful “Trip Down Memory Lane” on our Social Media Platforms and we appeal to you all to root out some photos for our PRO Rose Maloney Quinn and please send by What’s App 086 4658877 , or email -

If you SHOP IN LIDL and are not already saving stamps for another club can you please think of ST NATHYS Ladies GFC and add this great club to your LIDL PLUS account, more details are on our Facebook page.


Achonry Farmers Market are planning to re-open on Saturday March 20th from 10.00 to 13.00 at Nace O’Dowd Park. So please mark this date in your diary.

Last updated 01/03/2021 @ 08:39

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA Club AGM clubnotes
The club held its first ever online Annual General Meeting in very successful fashion on Friday night, with a large crowd in remote attendance.

Among the items on the agenda were the various plans the club has in the pipeline, including the state of play with the club’s teams at all age groups and future prospects, development of the new dressing rooms and community space and other potential projects in the near future. All attendees engaged in healthy debate and discussion.

Chairperson Marty Duffy, Secretary Shane Hargadon and Treasurer Eugene Nelson all presented comprehensive and informative reports to the attendance.

The election of officers was the other item of business.

Among the major changes on the committee was the election of Oliver Bourke as the club’s President, after John P Mullaney vacated the position, while Clair Beglin Duffy assumes the role of treasurer after the departure of Eugene Nelson. John P, Eugene and all of those leaving their positions received the thanks of members for their efforts.

The committee for 2021 is as follows:

Patrons: Fr George McHale, Edward Harte, Joe Quinn
President: Oliver Bourke
Vice President: Liam Cawley
Chairperson: Marty Duffy
Vice Chairperson: Brendan Murray
Secretary: Shane Hargadon
Assistant Secretary: Tom McManus
Treasurer: Clair Beglin Duffy
Assistant Treasurer: Breda Sheridan (Joe Cawley – development)
PRO: Cathal Mullaney and David Tuffy
County Board delegate: Brendan Murray
Oifigeach Gaeilge: Cathal Ó Maoileanaigh
Registrars: Breda Sheridan and Clair Beglin Duffy
Pitch Committee: Liam Cawley, Mixie Jacob, Robert Jacob (further members to be confirmed)
Children’s Officer: Martin McHale
Coaching and Schools Co-ordinator: John Paul Carden
Grants and Funding committee: TBC
Blotto Co-Ordinator: Brian Coleman
Insurance Officer: Shane Hargadon
Health and Wellbeing officer: Lisa Lynott
Team Liason Officer: Declan Rouse

Last updated 28/02/2021 @ 12:10

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