There has been a tremendous response to the 2013 St Canice’s Summer Camp with record numbers enrolled this year. The down side is that, due largely to the fact that so many children have been registered, the boy’s Summer Camp will now run separately to the girls. We know that this is a disappointing…Details
Please note that, because of a clash with a Hurling Blitz which affects many of our players, there will be no U6 Football Training tonight.
Please spread the word.
CRY Screening 27th and 28th July There will be a CRY Cardiac Screening Clinic on 27th and 28th July at Foyle College, Derry City. CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) encourages all young people to get screened. Note screening is currently free of charge. To book online go to: http://www.c-r-y.org.uk/ecg.htm The message is simple: Use…Details
‘MAKE LIFE YOUR LEGACY’
Summary of Soft Opt Out and Optforlife
1. The aim of optforlife is to put in place a state of the art organ donation system North and South. Our friends and neighbours are dying needlessly. We can put a stop to this.
2. In the North, a good infrastructure for organ donation/transplantation is already in place. All that is needed to bring the North into line with Europe’s leading donor rate countries is the new law. In the South, a proper infrastructure is needed as well as the new law.
3. On the 5th of February 2013, the NI Joint First Ministers announced that the NI Executive is moving towards the soft opt out proposal set out in this document. All of the parties in the NI Assembly support it. It is endorsed by the BMA (British Medical Association) and all of the NI patient groups. An all-party group comprising MLAs, doctors and leaders of the patients’ associations has been formed to spearhead the move towards the new law.Details
The popular St Canice’s Summer Camp is less than two weeks away (runs Mon 15th – Fri 19th July). There will be a short meeting in the Club this Thursday night at 9pm to organise a rota of coaches/helpers for the week and discuss our plans for each day. Can all underage coaches do their…Details
Club Lotto. This weeks lotto numbers drawn Sunday 30th June were 11,14,21,28. No Jackpot winner 8 x £20 winners Teresa O’Hagan, Andrew Scott, Maura Lyons, John Mullan Hass Rd, Sean Daly, Rebecca Doran, Ursula Mc Guigan, Dan’s Cab. Next weeks Jackpot £6700 Thanks for your ongoing support for our Club Lotto. Youth Notes…Details
The Féile group games have now been completed, and it’s disappointing to report that neither of St Canice’s teams, nor indeed neither of our visiting teams, have progressed to the semi-finals. Our own A Team started the campaign on Friday afternoon with a defeat to the Cork champions and visiting team, Carrigaline. The scoreline of…Details
St Canice’s welcomed the 2013 Cork Féile winners, Carrigaline GAA, to Pairc ui Cathain this evening. A good crowd of our young players and parents ensured a warm Derry welcome for the team from the Rebel County who had been travelling since this morning. After some much-needed tea, scones & buns the players and host…Details
This weeks lotto numbers drawn last nite were 7,8,9,11. No Jackpot winner 4 x £20 winners Dermott Grieve, Arlene O’Donnell, Deirdre Mc Closkey, Marion Mc Kernan. Next weeks jackpot £6600. Thank you to everyone who supported or lotto. Youth Notes U6’s – training Wednesday 6:30pm-7:30pm on St Canice’s Primary School pitch. U8’s – training at St Patrick’s School (Pitch…Details