Tubbercurry GAA Club notes
Hall of Fame
Pride of place this week goes to our very own Mick Burke who received a Hall of Fame award at the recent Sligo Champion sports awards. Mick has been a fantastic servant to Sligo GAA and especially his adopted home club Tubbercurry. A Tipp man through and through Mick is enjoying their success  on the hurling pitches of late. He has passed on his wealth of hurling knowledge to many a youngster in both Tubbercurry and indeed the whole of Sligo and if you're ever looking for him chances are you'll find him lining the pitch in Tubber or brushing out the dressing rooms. Congratulations Mick. This is well deserved. 
 
 
 
St.  Attractas. 
 Hard luck to St Attractas juniors who after a dream start leading by 6 points at ht went down on a scoreline of 1.16-1.12. to P.S Chorcha Dhuibhne  in the All Ireland semi final. While the lads will be very disappointed with the result it shows that they can compete with the best and on another day the result could be so much different. Roll on the next few years when no doubt with plenty more hard work success will come their way. 

Underage 
 Well done to our U16s who started their league campaign with a 3.5- 5.15 victory over Ballymote/  Bunninadden.
 Panel; Griffin Gallagher. Tomas Grismanticus. Dean Maloney.
 Jimmy McDonagh. Sean Kerrigan. Sean Whitehead. Sean Carnahan.
 Rian Moylan. Jack Flatley. Eoin Carty. Conor Matthews.
 Cathal Gallagher. Rhys Henry. Jamie Burke. Conor Guckian.
 Liam Carty. Gerard Conboy. Aaron Perry..

U10 Coaching continues on Friday evenings in Cloonacool. 
U14 coaching on Tuesday evening from 6.30-7.30 in Kilcoyne park.
Seniors. 
Tubbercurry seniors kick off their season away to Curry on Saturday the 18th.
Sligo Teams
Best of luck to Sligo seniors who take on Longford this weekend in Longford.
Good luck also to Tubbercurry/Cloonacool minors Conall Ryan and Oisin Grehan and their county minor teammates who take on Roscommon this Thursday 16th in Scarden. Check Sligo GAA for times.

grma
 (go raibh maith agat) is the new GAA Membership Card programme providing benefits and rewards to you, as a GAA member.  It is a ‘thank you’ or ‘go raibh maith agat’ for your involvement in your GAA club, engagement in GAA activities and attendance at games. Registration for the programme is now open with benefits available from January 2017. When you sign up, you will receive your Membership Card early this year enabling you to avail of partner discounts, special offers and earn points for going to games. Points can be redeemed by individual members or pooled for redemption by GAA clubs. You will need a GAA membership number to join grma and receive a Membership Card. Please request your membership number at your club when you renew your subscription for 2017. New club members will not have a GAA membership number until their club has registered them on the GAA Games Management System. The club will be able to provide a membership number once this registration step has been completed. Membership Cards will only be distributed to members who have signed up to grma online.The programme is only available to adult members (over 18’s).

Kellogg's GAA Cúl camps.
Anyone interested in coaching on this years Kelloggs GAA Cúl camps please email your CV to liamog.gormley.gm.sligo@gaa.ie by March 31st. This is a wonderful opportunity for young coaches to gain coaching experience and to make a bit of pocket money.
Basic requirements that must be in CV.
1. Garda Vetted
2. Child protection course complete
3. Foundation coaching qualification complete
4. All applicants must be 18 or above by 1st of June 2017
Time is almost up on this...
Coaching and Courses.
U12 Coaches workshop Monday March 20th in Ursuline in Sligo from 7 to 9 pm. John Prenty and Aidan Rooney speakers.
March 27th  Foundation Coaching Course in Summerhill. This is the last one for this year. Remember this is a minimum requirement along with Garda vetting and child protection course for anyone wishing to be involved in underage coaching.


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