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Our Summer (Outdoor) training schedule begins this week as follows:
U6’s will train from 6:30pm-7:15pm weekly on Wednesday nights on St Canice’s Primary School pitch.
U8’s will also train here on Wednesday nights from 7:15pm – 8:00pm.
Our U8’s had their first blitz of the year on Sunday morning in Owenbeg – both teams performed very well in all their matches…..well done to all involved. U10’s will train on Wednesday nights from 7pm-8pm on St Patrick’s School pitch.
Our U10’s have a busy week this week with their first of this year’s County Blitz’s this Friday night in Owenbeg – matches start at 7pm so players should meet there at 6:30pm. Now that outdoor training is under way for all groups we’d ask that parents try to ensure that all players arrive at training promptly, wear football boots and dress according to weather conditions. Players should also bring a bottle of water.
U12 Training will continue as always on a Thursday night from 7pm-8pm in Pairc na nOg.
U14’s are now training twice per week at Pairc na nOg – Tuesday and Thursday 6:30pm – 7:30pm.
Our U14 A Team played their final Féile group matches on Thursday night. A greatly changed team drew the first game with Glen. The second game saw us suffer a heavy loss to a physically strong, fitter and sharper Swatragh team.
Our U16 team had their opening league game of the year on Friday night at home, surprisingly losing heavily to the visiting Swatragh team. 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.
Can we remind as many parents as possible to register their email address on the club Website (www.dungivengac.com) – this way you’ll be automatically advised of all important notices about training, blitz’s and matches.
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).
Take Me Out Sur!!
Congratulation to Our Senior and Reserve Players for the fantastic nights entertainment!! To All you lads for the hard work you all put in before hand well done. To all the Ladies and gents who took to the stage and made the night so successful thank you all. To Dungiven”s Paddy Mc Guinness aka Stephen Mc Guigan you were brilliant. And a Big thank you to everyone who came out and supported this great fundraiser.
Just a few Facebook & Twitter comments to share from people who attended & those who didn’t lol.
What an unreal night at St.Canices Gac presents.. TAKE ME OUT!! absolutely brilliant. Safe to say they’ll be a few depressed heads lying in tonight after such a great night, well done to all the contestants, organizers and our very own Stephen “Banty” Mc Guigan for doing such a great job!
Super nites carryon vts boys were so funny well done to uns all and big well done to the organisers well set up banty the new paddy mc guinness.
Leathal night had by all, Big thanks to the boys and girls for going up on the stage, its no easy task. Also massive thanks toStephen McGuigan , I think he did a better job than Mr Mc Guinness would have !
Unreal wee night at St.Canices Gac presents.. TAKE ME OUT!! seriously bt was ther any need for that shot bar lol p.s can some1 get me my shoes back? Lol
Hi Joseph just letting you know your barred, so don’t even bother trying to get in or we’ll unleash big Geoffry on ye Upcoming Events Saturday 20th April 2013 St Canice’s Gac Presents From the company who originally brought you ‘A Night With George’, Brassneck Theatre Company presents ‘The Sweety Bottle.’
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.
For more detail or tickets please call James on 07889 670455 or Eugene on 07840 381789.
Please Note there are only a few tickets remaining!!
Tickets will also be available from Mc Closkey’s Newsagents Main Street and via PayPal online at www.dungivengac.com
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