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Big Breakfast and Registration Morning 

The club held a very successful big breakfast and registration morning in the club on Sunday morning. A big word of thanks to all those who came along on Sunday, to those who organised the event and to all those who helped out on the morning. For those who haven’t managed to register we will hold another couple of registration events over the coming weeks.

 The registration rates for 2020 are as follows:

£100 - Adult playing member (payable in 4 monthly instalments of £25), with a 50% reduction for Cairde members

£50 - Non-playing adult members and students, with a 50% reduction for Cairde members

£30 - Minor to U7’s, OAP’s

£10 - U5’s

£100 - Family membership (2 adults & minimum 2 children)

Underage Training Schedule 

U5 - Bessbrook Community Centre - Tuesday @ 6.00pm

U7 - Bessbrook Community Centre - Friday @ 6.00pm

U9 - Bessbrook Community Centre - Friday @ 7.00pm

U11 & U13 Boys - Sacred Heart Boxing Club - Wednesday @ 7.00pm

U12 & U14 Girls - Cloughreagh Community Centre - Monday @ 7.00pm

U16 Girls - Cloughreagh Community Centre - Wednesday @ 7.00pm

All new boys and girls at any of these age groups are welcome to attend.

Gaelic Youth Club

Our Gaelic Youth Club continues every Saturday morning from 10.00am - 11.30am in St Paul’s High School and all boys and girls from ages 5 to 12 are welcome to attend.

Best Wishes

Best wishes to our underage footballer Aoife Taylor who is spending a short spell in hospital.....get well soon Aoife.

Mental Health & Well-being Talk - Alcohol, Drugs & Addiction Awareness Evening

Shane O'Neills Gaelic Football Club, in partnership with our neighbouring Carrickcruppen GFC & Craobh Rua Camlocha Hurling Club, is hosting a Drink, Drug and Addiction awareness evening in St Pauls High School Green Road Bessbrook on Thursday 27th February @ 7.00pm for members and non-members, both male and female from 15 years old and up. (The talk should take approx. 1.5 hours).

The ‘Friends of Cuan Mhuire’ Addiction Recovery Group are facilitating the event and there will be speakers on the issues of Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling Addictions.

Although this is a GAA led initiative, we are inviting ALL local sport clubs, community groups and interested individuals to attend what we feel is a very important and relevant topic for all.

(Those attending might consider making a voluntary contribution at the door, any monies raised will go to Cuan Mhuire (Sr Consilios) Addiction Support Centre Newry)

All are welcome to attend. Further Information please contact:

Eamonn McCann, Health & Well Being Officer Craobh Rua, Camlocha

Jane Loughran, Health & Well Being Officer Carrickcruppen GAA Club

Niall McGinn, Health & Well Being Officer Shane O Neills GAA Club

Armagh GAA Club Draw

The very successful Armagh GAA Club draw is running again in 2020. The draw takes place over 4 months - March, April, May and June - with 16 prizes on offer each month. The first prize each month is £10k, right down to a 16th prize of £200.

Tickets are priced at £100 each with £80 from every ticket going directly to the club after we reach our minimum target of sales. They can be bought by paying the £100 up front or 4 monthly instalments of £25 per month.

Tickets can be purchased from any of our committee members and the more tickets we sell, the more money the club raises. We are encouraging all our club members, families and friends to purchase a ticket either individually or maybe as a group of 4 friends or family members clubbing together at £25 each.

It is a brilliant opportunity to raise much needed funds for the club whilst also being in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes.

The deadline for the return of the GAA Club Draw tickets is fast approaching. Anyone who has sold tickets but has yet to return them can do so on Monday night at the club from 7.30pm. For those people with tickets still to sell, they must be returned to the club no later than Monday 9th March.

Yoga at the Shane’s

Have you ever thought about trying yoga....well now you can every Tuesday evening in Shane O’Neill’s club @ 7.00pm. You don’t need to be a particular body type or have a certain level of fitness to participate....all you need is a willing mind and a mat. Also coming up at the club is Kids Yoga, starting on Wednesday 25th February at 4.15pm for ages 3 - 6 and 5.30pm for ages 7 - 11. All boys and girls these age groups are very welcome to attend.

Time for Me

The Rural Health Partnership is holding a 4 week Time for Me programme in the club, continuing this coming Thursday, 30th January @ 7.00pm. The programme is aimed at learning skills to relax and unwind and costs just £10 for 4 weeks which is payable on the first night. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Club Volunteers 

The club is always seeking new volunteers to come along and lend a hand, whether it be coaching/managing/mentoring our underage teams, washing strips, marking the field, selling lotto, helping to fundraise, doing the bar, cutting the grass. There are so many things you could do at the club, so if you want to be involved just speak to any committee member.

Lotto

Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 2, 7, 11 & 21. There were no jackpot winners  and 11 x match three winners. The jackpot now stands at a very impressive £5,500.

Advertising Signs

The club is currently selling advertising signs for around the pitch. If any businesses are interested in having their business advertised at Shane O’Neill’s and would like to purchase a sign please PM our Facebook page or contact any committee member.

Club Bar

The club bar is now available for functions - parties, christenings etc. Please contact Noel McTaggart for more details.

Cairde Sheáin Uí Néill

Cairde Sheáin Uí Néill is a brilliant way for people to make a real contribution to the future development of the club. For as little as £10 per month you can make a real difference and play a vital role in the club moving forward. Being a member of our Cairde scheme will also entitle you to a 50% discount on club membership, with all new members being entitled to a unique Cairde Sheáin Uí Néill jacket. For further information on how to join the scheme please contact any committee member. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our current Cairde members - your continued support is greatly appreciated. 

 

 

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