Club Membership & Registration: Membership is now due for 2014 and it’s not just for players but for anybody who wants to be a member of the GAA. All players(both adult and underage) need to register to be covered by insurance. The fees are Adults €30, Under 18’s €15 and Family €75. For more information contact John Cassidy, Club Registrar on 087 2285020 or click here
Lotto: No Jackpot Winner on 08/03/14. Numbers Drawn: 2, 13, 15 and 16. €20 Winners: Cecilia Christy, Siobhan Foy, Coaor Williams and Martin Mellor. Next draw 22/03/14 in The Dug Out. Jackpot €4,000.
Fixtures: ACFL 2014 Shannon Gaels v Cornafean @ 2pm on Sunday 23rd March in Blacklion and Breffni League 2014 Shannon Gaels v Templeport on Sunday 30th March 2014 @ 2pm in Blacklion. Please come along to the game and support the team
Under 14 and Under 12 Boys Training on Saturday evenings at 6pm in Blacklion commencing this Saturday 22/03/14
Under 16 Girls League: Shannon Gaels v Killeshandra on Sunday 23rd March 2014 @ 4.15pm in Blacklion. Recent Results: Shannon Gaels 2-9 Killenkere 4-7 on 01/03/14 and Cornafean 2-6 Shannon Gaels 4-7 on 08/03/14. Training continues on Monday’s and Wednesdays at 7pm.
Under 12 Girls League: Killeshandra v Shannon Gaels on Tuesday 25th March at 6pm in Killeshandra.
Next Committee meeting on Wednesday 26/03/14 at 9.30pm in the Club House.
Best of luck to Roisin Flanagan, Saoirse Maguire and Gemma McLoughlin and the Cavan Under 16 Girls team in the Ulster Championship. Cavan were the winners over Derry at the 3G Pitch, Kingspan Breffni Park on Saturday 15/03/14. The next match is Down v Cavan on Sunday 30/03/14 @ 2pm.
Cavan GAA in conjunction with the Peace lll programme and Cavan County council would like to invite all members of the community to the Play “OUT OF ORDER.” A comedy performed by the Sliabh Glah Drama Society. Doors Open 8pm on Friday March 21st in Ballyconnell Community Centre. Free of charge. Followed by Refreshments
Congratulations to Aogán Ó Fearghail who has been elected as Uachtaráin-Tofa Chumann Lúthchleas Gael and will become President of the GAA in 2015, the first Cavan man to be elected to this post.