As this is Holy Week the training times for many of our underage teams have been amended.
U6’swill train as normal on Monday night in the Sports Pavilion from 6pm-7pm.
U8’s will also train at their normal time/place on Monday night. This will be the last indoor session for each of these groups as training moves outdoor after Easter. Note – our U10’s will not have any training this week because of the fact that this Thursday is Holy Thursday.
There will be no training for our U6, U8 & U10footballers during Easter week – training for these groups will then be switched to outdoor training on the school pitches – dates & times will be communicated on our Website and through the schools asap.
U12 Training has been changed this week (for one week only) and will now take place on Wednesday night from 6:30-7:30pm in Pairc na nOg.
U14 training has been switched to Tuesday night this week, running from 7:30-8:30pm at Pairc na nOg. No Féile games to report on this week as the schedule was interrupted by the bad weather.
U16 training will run as normal on Tuesday evening but the Thursday session will have to be amended to suit mass times – players will be advised of changes at Tuesday training. Remember: the wearing of gum shields is now mandatory for all underage training sessions and matches – club shop stocks gum shields for all sizes – open 11am-1pm every Saturday.
The Club Shop, which stocks an extensive range of Club merchandise, is now open every Saturday from 11am-1pm.
For further info call Attracta on 07796 277855
Important: A new GAA ruling came into effect on 1st Jan 2013 making it mandatory for all Underage Players to wear Mouth-Guards / Gumshields during all training sessions and matches – the club will operate a strict policy with regards to this rule so please ensure your children comply – the Club now stocks gum shields in the club shop (open 11am-2pm on Saturdays).
Rose of Tralee 2013
“Ladies of Derry! The time has come for girls aged between 18-28 to consider entering the International Rose of Tralee! Applications are now open for the Selection of the 2013/2014 Derry Rose …. could it be you ? For more information or an application form contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or Conor on 07842658184”
Easter Sunday Night 31st March.
“Out of the Blue” in the Main Hall. Doors open 8.30pm
Friday 5th April.
St Canice’s Footballers Presents
“Take Me Out”
Tickets are now Sold Out.
Saturday 20th April 2013
St Canice’s Gac Presents
“The Sweetie Bottle”
In St Canice’s Hall Main Street Dungiven.
From the company who originally brought you ‘A Night With George’, Brassneck Theatre Company presents ‘The Sweety Bottle.’ With Ivan Lyttle from UTV in the cast!!
Belfast in the 1970s. The height of the troubles. In a room at the back of popular confectionery shop, ‘The Sweety Bottle’, operates an even more popular drinking den. This shebeen is a place where punters come to escape the troubles around them and also to exorcise their own personal demons.
Through the many huge characters and calamitous incidents, we embark on a voyage to an era where the city and its people never ceased to find humour in even the darkest of times. A hilariously nostalgic trip down memory lane, ‘The Sweety Bottle’ is sure to have you crying with laughter as we remember everything that was good about Belfast during the rare auld times.
Tickets on sale Friday 29th March 2013 in the Club. Tickets £10. Please Note, Tickets cannot be pre booked !! They will be sold on a first come first served basis!! For more detail or tickets please call James on 07889 670455 or Eugene on 07840 381789.
Tickets will also be available from Mc Closkey’s Newsagents Main Street and via PayPal online at www.dungivengac.com
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