Upcoming Fixtures
Sun 30 Jan
Allianz Football League Roinn 4 RD - 1
Wexford
V
Sligo
Chadwicks Wexford Park - @ 2 00
Ref - J. Ryan
Tue 1 Feb
Electric Ireland HE GAA Fergal Maher Cup Group C RD - 2
G.M.I.T. Letterfrack
V
Institute of Technology Sligo
Connacht GAA Centre - @ 7 30
Ref -
Sat 5 Feb
Allianz Hurling League Roinn 2B RD - 1
Derry
V
Sligo
Celtic Park - @ 2 00
Ref -
Sun 6 Feb
Allianz Football League Roinn 4 RD - 2
Sligo
V
Carlow
Markievicz Park - @ 1 00
Ref -
Mon 7 Feb
Electric Ireland HE GAA Fergal Maher Cup Group C RD - 3
Institute of Technology Sligo
V
Cadets
IT Sligo Grounds - @ 7 30
Ref -
Latest Results
Thu 27 Jan
Electric Ireland HE GAA Fresher 1 Football Championship Group B RD - 3
Institute of Technology Sligo
2 - 4    4 - 14
N.U.I. Galway
IT Sligo Grounds
Ref - Brendan Healy
Wed 26 Jan
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior D Football Championship 2022 RD - 2(h)
Grange Vocational School
2 - 12    6 - 10
Mohill Community College
Ballisodare
Ref -
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior C Football Championship 2022 RD - Quarter Final 4
Scoil Mhuire Strokestown
1 - 13    2 - 7
Coola Post Primary
Carrick on Shannon
Ref - Raymond Mc Brien
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior D Football Championship 2022 RD - 2(g)
St. Mary`s College Ballymote
0 - 0    0 - 1
St. Tiernans
Ref - Gavin Cawley
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior A Football Championship 2022 RD - Quarter Final 3
St. Attractas Community School Tubbercurry
2 - 6    2 - 13
Colaiste Bhaile Chlair
Connacht GAA Centre
Ref - John Glavey
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior A Football Championship 2022 RD - Quarter Final 4
Summerhill College Sligo
1 - 13    3 - 10
St Colmans, Claremorris
Connacht GAA Centre
Ref - Brendan Healy
Mon 24 Jan
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior D Football Championship 2022 RD - 1(H)
Coláiste Iascaigh
2 - 13    3 - 11
Grange Vocational School
Easkey
Ref - Michael Duffy
Sat 22 Jan
Connacht GAA Senior Hurling Competition 2022 RD - Final
Roscommon
2 - 27    1 - 21
Sligo
NUI, Galway Connacht GAA AirDome
Ref - Conor Quinlan
Thu 20 Jan
Electric Ireland HE GAA Fresher 1 Football Championship Group B RD - 2
G.M.I.T.
6 - 16    0 - 5
Institute of Technology Sligo
Mervue
Ref - Aaron Clogher
Wed 19 Jan
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior C Football Championship 2022 RD - 1(H)
Coola Post Primary
2 - 11    0 - 11
St. Clare`s Comprehensive Manorhamilton
Shamrock Gaels Park
Ref - Gavin Cawley
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior D Football Championship 2022 RD - 1(G)
Jesus & Mary Secondary Enniscrone
src    w/o
St. Tiernans
Jesus & Mary Secondary Enniscrone
Ref - Vincent Neary
Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Senior A Football Championship 2022 RD - 1(C)
Summerhill College Sligo
1 - 10    1 - 9
Ballinrobe Community School
Connacht GAA Centre
Ref - Jon Finn
Electric Ireland HE GAA Sigerson Cup RD - 2B
IT Carlow
2 - 10    0 - 6
Institute of Technology Sligo
Carlow I.T.
Ref - Seamus Mulhare


Five new Sligo clubs join Irish Life GAA Healthy Clubs project mainnews

Five Sligo clubs - Ballymote Round Towers, Easkey, Enniscrone/Kilglass, St Farnans and Tubbercurry - were confirmed last week for participation in Phase Five of the Irish Life GAA Healthy Clubs project.

St Mary’s club, who deferred participation last year, will also be participating in Phase Five.

The participants on Phase Five were announced in the week when it was confirmed that  Irish Life Health has renewed its sponsorship of the Healthy Club project for another four years.

The Irish Life GAA Healthy Club model was developed bin partnership with Healthy Ireland, the HSE’s health promotion division and the National Office for Suicide Prevention. It aims to harness the capacity of the GAA club to take a lead on the community introducing good health, exercise and promotion practices with its members.

The work is based on international best practice which has identified that bringing the conversation about health into the day-to-day activities of a club enables strengthens the community’s sense of what activities sustain healthy outcomes.

The Healthy Clubs project works with clubs to identify priority activities that can be delivered in their area and using their facilities. Healthy Club Officers and project teams receive specialist training and  then work with their members and communities to identify priority action areas during their 18-month journey towards accreditation as an official ‘Healthy Club’.

The most common choices include

-         Physical activity for non-playing members (such as walking groups) and GAA social games (such as Gaelic for Mothers & Others, GAA for Dads & Lads, or Social Rounders, Handball or Camogie)

-         Mental health and emotional wellbeing

-         Gambling, drug, and alcohol awareness, including becoming smoke-free clubs (50% of participating clubs have to date become smoke- and vape-free clubs)

-         Diversity and inclusion, with inclusive camps/games opportunities for persons with additional needs proving particularly popular along with the engagement of other minority groups

-         Sustainability, under the new GAA Green Clubs programme

-         Supporting older members of the community and youth leadership initiatives

-         Healthy Eating

-         Community and personal development

The participating clubs are asked to document their progress to measure the impact of the project on club activities and the community generally.

The six clubs participating in Phase five will join the three who completed Phase four last year and the four Sligo clubs who previously completed earlier phases of the project - Coolaney/Mullinabreena, Curry, Eastern Harps, Owenmore Gaels, Shamrock Gaels, St. John’s, St. Michaels and St. Molaise Gaels

All of the clubs that have completed the programme have the right to fly the Healthy Club Flag above their grounds (endorsed by both Healthy Ireland and the Public Health Agency in NI).

Last updated 27/01/2022 @ 09:11 Read More >>


Shamrock Gaels Weekly notes 24 January clubnotes
We will be holding the Senior Club AGM on Sunday 6th February at 6.00PM in the clubhouse while the Bord Na Nóg AGM takes place on Tuesday 1st February at 8PM, also in the Clubhouse. We would appeal to all members, players and supporters to attend as we are always in need for assistance for the year ahead.  
There was no winner of last week's lotto draw with the numbers drawn 15, 16, 24 and 28. We had one match 3 winner; Padraig McKeon who wins €100. The jackpot now stands at €1,700 with the next draw on Monday 31st January.
Best of luck to Sligo as they get their league campaign underway next Sunday away to Wexford.
We continue to participate in the Ireland Lights Up January walking initiative, organised by our Healthy Club team in conjunction with Operation Transformation. This is open to everyone in the community, just join us in Riverstown Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 8PM and get walking.
 

Last updated 24/01/2022 @ 09:32 Read More >>


St Patrick's Club Notes January 24 clubnotes
AGM - Club officers 2022
At the recent AGM, which was held virtually,  the following were elected as Club Officers 2022. We are still looking to fill a number of positions, if you are interested in joining the committee please get in contact with a committee member.  
Chairman - Gerard Clarke
Secretary - Rose Davis
Assistant Secretary - TBC
Treasurer - Anne McGuinness
Assistant Treasurer - TBC
PRO - Paul Boland
Assistant PRO - TBC
Childrens Officer - Anne McGuinness
Registrar - TBC
Culture / Health & Safety Officer - TBC
Player Reps - TBC
Joker Jackpot The jackpot now stands at €3600. The next draw will be held on Sunday, January 30th. You can enter the draw by buying tickets at all local outlets or via our IDonate page. Never miss a draw by paying for a yearly entry into the Joker Jackpot, contact Nigel 0868234898 for more details. 
Supporters Club
Become a member of the St Patrick's GAA Supporters Club and you will be backing your local club. Join today for €5 a month and your membership will go to all St Patrick's GAA teams and the upkeep of the club. Please contact a committee member to join or for more information. 
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook or join our St Patricks GAA WhatsApp group for updated fixtures, results & club news. Any items for inclusion in club notes or to be posted on our social media pages can be forwarded by text or WhatsApp to 0877622088.
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook or join our St Patricks GAA WhatsApp group for updated fixtures, results & club news. Any items for inclusion in club notes or to be posted on our social media pages can be forwarded by text or WhatsApp to 0877622088.

Last updated 24/01/2022 @ 09:30 Read More >>


Bunninadden Club notes 24 January clubnotes
Happy New year to all our members and we wish everyone a successful 2022 on and off the field.
Our 2021 Members draw took place on Sunday evening last. The draw was kindly carried out by Eamon Scanlon and the winners were €1000 Joseph Scanlon, €300 Stephen Nolan and €200 Kevin Doohan. Thanks to all our members for their support last year. Thanks also to our main sponsor Gormley Construction and all our premium sponsors.
2022 membership is now live on Foireann.ie and you can select which option applies for you. The deadline for membership is March 31st and players need to pay it before they resume training for insurance purposes.
Well done to all our walkers and runners who are taking part in the Every Step Counts Challenge in association with Irish Life. The challenge began last Wednesday and by Sunday evening 920km had been clocked up. You can still join the challenge by downloading the Irish Life My Life app for free. 

Last updated 24/01/2022 @ 00:16 Read More >>


Geevagh club notes 24 January clubnotes

Our senior men & Ladies management teams are taking shape presently. St Ronan’s clubman Alan Gaffney is our new Senior Men’s Bainisteoir for 2022, his is finalising his backroom team at present.


David Gaffney is continuing his tenure as Senior Ladies Bainisteoir.


Best of luck for the year ahead to both squads and their management teams. Mile Buiochas to John and his backroom team for their trojan work over the last number of years with the Senior lads.To Sean Breheny many thanks for your huge input into the Senior Ladies over the last number of years also.


If anyone is interested in becoming involved with the club at any administration or coaching level, contact Teresa on 0871369259.


The club’s AGM takes place on Wednesday February 9th at 8pm in the Resource Building.


The floodlights on the pitch will be switched on Monday’s from 6.30 to 8pm and Thursday’s from & 7pm to 8pm for anyone wishing to go for a run or a walk on the track.


Our 50/50 club draw has proved to be a good success to date. The draw takes place every Wednesday Night in the Resource Building at 9pm. Tickets are priced at €2 each or 3 for €5. Tickets are available to buy on line on the following link. https://member.clubforce.com/memberships_cart_m.asp?LL_ID=2897&intMF_ID=9354#Anchor


Commiserations to Arthur and the Sligo Senior Hurlers on their Connacht Hurling Pre season Cup Final defeat at the hands of Roscommon on Saturday last.

Best wishes for the season ahead to Pat, Donal and the Sligo Senior football lads as they begin their National League campaign on Sunday next with an away fixture against Wexford.


Any items for inclusion in club notes or to be posted on our Facebook page can be forwarded by text, what’s app or messenger to 087 1305671.


Geevagh GAA Club is now on Twitter and Instagram.

 

Last updated 23/01/2022 @ 23:56 Read More >>


Geevagh notes - 17 January 2022 clubnotes

Happy New Year to all.

If anyone is interested in becoming involved with the club at an administration or coaching level, contact Teresa on 0871369259.

Well Done to Jade Gabiddon and Ava Duggan who represented Sligo today at U.16 and U.14 level respectively.

The U.16 ladies had a challenge game v Westmeath in Ballisodare, while the U.14’s played Donegal in Bundoran.

The floodlights on the pitch will be switched on Monday’s from 6.30 to 8pm and Thursday’s from & 7pm to 8pm for anyone wishing to go for a run or a walk on the track.

Our 50/50 club draw has proved to be a good success to date. The draw takes place every Wednesday Night in the Resource Building at 9pm.   Tickets are priced at €2 each or 3 for €5. Tickets are available to buy on line on the following link. https://member.clubforce.com/memberships_cart_m.asp?LL_ID=2897&intMF_ID=9354#Anchor

Sympathy is extended to the Family, Relatives and Friends of the late Harriett Killoran, Ballyfarnon, who passed away recently.

Any items for inclusion in club notes or to be posted on our Facebook page can be forwarded by text, what’s app or messenger to 087 1305671.

Geevagh GAA Club is now on Twitter and Instagram

Last updated 17/01/2022 @ 10:36 Read More >>