Category Archives: Senior

Club Lotto

A chara,

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing concerning our club’s
weekly Lotto.

The Lotto has been a great success and continues to be the club’s main
source of income. Without it, the day to day running of the club and
the training of teams to the highest standards would be impossible.

It is now easier than ever to be included in our weekly lotto as it is
possible to play online. Simply log into
http://www.clonoultyrossmoregaa.com and over on the right hand side of
the page there is an option Clonoulty Rossmore Gaa Club Lotto – Play
online now. This will give you an option of how many draws you would
like to enter. To make it even easier still, by clicking auto renew
you will have the option to have your entry automatically renewed once
all draws on your ticket have taken place.

Our plan for the coming year is to enhance the playing surfaces of
both of our pitches.

The club’s finance committee continues to work diligently to implement
our vision of the club as having the best teams and facilities in the
county. This, as you can appreciate, requires significant finance.

We hope, however, that you will join the club’s Lotto to help us with
our future plans, but also to be in with a chance of winning
significant cash prizes. There is a chance of winning a minimum
jackpot of €4,000 and this rises by €200 weekly should the jackpot not
be won.

I would be so grateful if you could forward this letter onto any
relatives and friends that you feel would have a keen interest in our
GAA Club many of whom probably do not reside in our parish anymore but
still have the interests of Clonoulty Rossmore GAA at heart.

With best wishes,

Andrew Fryday

Cathaoirleach, Cluain Ultaigh Rosmór CLG

Senior News Mon 19th Jan

Membership: for 2015 is now due and can be paid to any Club Officer or from our Website. Juvenile €20, Family €60, Non Playing Adult €25 and Playing Adult €50.

Strictly Come Dancing: Planning has commenced to stage this event on Easter Sunday night. Next meeting is on Wednesday January 21st in Clubhouse at 8pm. All are welcome.

Medal Presentation Night: will take place in Coffey’s of Stouke on Friday night January 23rd next . Medals will be presented to 2013 West U21 team and 2014 Senior Dr Fogarty Cup winners, Junior A West Hurling Champions, U21A West hurling Champions and Minor A West Hurling Champions. All are welcome to attend.

Senior News Mon 12th Jan

A.G.M. of the Club was held recently and the following are the officers for the coming year: Chairman: Andrew Fryday, Vice Chairman: Paddy Bourke, Secretary: Caitríona O’Gorman, Assistant Secretary: Declan Ryan, Treasurer: Paul Quirke, Assistant Treasurer: Theresa O’Brien, PRO: Fiachra O’Keeffe, Irish & Cultural Officer: Laoise O’Keeffe, Club Registrar: Caitríona O’Gorman, Delegate to West & Co. Board: Michael Coen, Children’s Officer: Danny Murphy, Senior Hurling Manager: Michael Ferncombe. It was agreed to leave the position of Junior A Hurling Manager over to next club meeting. Junior B Hurling Manager: John Coffey, U21 Manager: Michael Heffernan and Minor Manager: Declan Ryan.

Membership: for 2015 is now due and can be paid to any Club Officer or from our Website. Juvenile €20, Family €60, Non Playing Adult €25 and Playing Adult €50.

Strictly Come Dancing: Planning has commenced to stage this event on Easter Sunday night. Next meeting is on Wednesday January 14th in Clubhouse at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend and we would be grateful if anyone would like to participate in the event to come along also.

Medal Presentation Night: will take place in Coffey’s of Stouke on Friday night January 23rd next . Medals will be presented to 2013 West U21 team and 2014 Senior Dr Fogarty Cup winners, Junior A West Hurling Champions, U21A West hurling Champions and Minor A West Hurling Champions. All are welcome to attend.

Senior News Mon 5th Jan

Senior: The Senior Adjourned Convention will take place this Friday night in the Club House at 8:15pm. All are welcome.

Fundraiser: Clonoulty-Rossmore will hold a Strictly Come Dancing event in early April. Our first meeting will take place this Wednesday in the Club House at 7:30pm. Anyone that is interested in participating or helping out are welcome to attend.

Senior News Tue 9th Dec

U21: Our U21′s play the County Hurling Championship Semi Final against Kildangan this Sunday in the Ragg at 11:30am. Best of luck to all involved.

Juvenile: The Juvenile AGM will take place this Friday night in the Club House at 8:30pm. All are welcome. Please return all Nomination Forms to Christy Ryan by this Thursday. Nomination Forms can be got in Joe Hammersleys and Carews Shop.

Senior News Mon 24th Nov

A.G.M.: The Senior AGM will take place this Friday night the 28th November in the Club House at 8:15pm. All are welcome. Please return all Nominations Forms by this Wednesday evening to a Club Offical.

U21′s: Our U21′s won the West Hurling Championship Final last Sunday against Cashel by a score of 2-18 to 0-08. Well done to all the players and Management team on a well deserved win. They now progress to the County Semi Final where they await the winner of the North Final.

Sale of Work Raffle Results: 1st: Teresa Kearney Clonoulty – 32 Inch TV. 2nd: Ella Rose C/O Nellie Doyle Laffana – Lamb in the Freezer. 3rd: Eimear Sheehan c/o Declan O’Dwyer – Turkey & Ham. 4th: Neill O’Dwyer Cairigeen – Turkey. 5th: Kay Quinn Stouke – Ham. 6th: Michael Brennan Ballymore – Xmas Cake. 7th: Edel Kearney Clonoulty – Bottle of Whiskey.

Camogie: The Minor girls came to the end of this year’s campaign on Wednesday night when they were beaten by Thurles. Captain Julie Murphy broke her leg the previous weekend; we wish her a speedy recovery.
A word of thanks to all the trainers, mentors, players, parents and anyone who helped out during the year for their tireless commitment and support to the Camogie Club.

Senior News Mon 17th Nov

Sale of Work: Our Annual Sale of Work took place last Sunday in Clonoulty Village. It was a huge success. A big thank you to all that helped out on the day with the Timber Auction, the Wheel of Fortune and the Cake Sale. A huge thank you to all does who helped out cutting the timber, baking cakes and getting things prepared for the big day. We would also like to thank all who donated products and prices for the event.
U21: Our U21′s take on Cashel this Sunday in the West Hurling Final in Dundrum at 1:30pm. Best of luck to all involved.
A.G.M.: The Senior AGM will take place on Friday night week the 28th November in the Club House at 8pm.
Camogie: The Minors will play Thurles on Wednesday night in Clonoulty. Time to be confirmed. Best of luck girls.

Senior News Mon 20th Oct

Senior: Our Senior team just came up short against Loughmore-Castleiney last Saturday in the County Senior Hurling Quarter Final, losing by the narrowest of margins in the end with the final score being 2-10 to 17pts. It was a nail-biting finish, clawing back a four point deficit only to be denied by two superb saves from Shane Nolan in the Loughmore goal with seconds remaining in the match. Well done and hard luck to all the Senior players and the Management team. Thanks to all players and Michael Ferncombes Management team on all their hard work and professionalism throughout the year.
Juvenile: Our U16′s finished off the year in style last Tuesday week by winning the U16A County Hurling Final by beating Kildangan by a score of 2-16 to 2-14. This was a great game throughout with another nail-biting finish to it. Congratulations to all the players on a well deserved win. Well done to our Management team of Declan Ryan, Dan Quirke and Kevin Ryan and to all does who helped out during the year.

Senior News Mon 13th Oct

Seniors: Well done to our Senior Hurlers who beat Eire Og Annacarty last Saturday by a score of 3-18 to 1-17. They now play Loughmore in the Quarter final next Saturday in Semple Stadium at 5pm. Best of luck to all involved.
Junior B: Our Junior B’s year came to an end last Sunday in the West Hurling Semi Final where they came up against a strong Rosegreen side. They put up a great fight and took Rosegreen to extra time, where Rosegreen came out winners by a score of 3-10 to 0-17. It was great that we were able to field a third team this year and to be so competitive throughout. Thanks to all the players and to does who helped out during the year.
U21: Our U21′s will play Cashel in the first round of the West Hurling Championship next Sunday in Dundrum at 12pm.
Sale Of Work: Our Annual Sale of Work will take place on Sunday the 16th of November.
Juvenile: Well done to our U16′s on qualifying for the A Hurling County Final. They beat St Mary’s last Saturday by a score of 3-13 to 2-14. They will play Kildangan in the Final tomorrow Tuesday in Templetuohy at 7:30pm. Best of luck to all involved.

Senior News Mon 6th Oct

Senior: Our Seniors were beaten in the West Senior Hurling Final last Sunday by Eire Og Annacarty by a score of 1-14 to 9pts. We have already qualified for the last 16 from the County Series. We have drawn Eire Og Annacarty which will take place next Saturday in Golden at 3:30pm.

Junior B: Our Junior B’s play Rosegreen in the West Hurling Semi Final on Sunday in Golden at 12pm. Best of luck to all involved with both teams.

Junior A: Our Junior A’s year came to an end last Saturday in the County Quarter Final when Kildangan beat them after extra time by a score of 1-20 to 19pts.

Meeting: A Senior Club Meeting will take place on Thursday evening in the Club House at 8:30pm. We will also be discussing the upcoming Sale of Work which takes place on Sunday the 16th of November. All members are asked to attend.

Juvenile: Well done to our U16′s who won the West A Hurling Final last Saturday against Cappawhite Gaels by a score of 2-15 to 1-11. They now play St Mary’s on Saturday in Cashel at 12pm. Best of luck to all involved.