CLG EOCHAILL wishes to extend its deepest sympathy to Eleanor & Pat Barry and family on the passing of Eleanor's mam,Mrs Nellie Seward. Ar dheis dè go raibh a h-anam.
Please support if possible,
The first draw will now take place on Thursday, March 25th. This will incorporate three monthly draws, for January, February and March, respectively. Hopefully, this will allow sales to continue in clubs where registration / membership nights might be delayed due to the current Covid-19 restrictions.
Ticket sales for Rebels' Bounty 2021 will close at 5pm on the evening of March 25th, when the draws for January, February and March will take place with 90 prizes to be won. There will be no further entries to the draw for Rebels' Bounty 2021
Tickets for the cork gaa bounty draw are on sale now, and can be purchased online, or threw the club
€100 for the year can be paid in full or installments
12 monthly draws
€500,000 in orizes
All money after minimum targets goes directly to supporting youghal gaa one club and raising much needed funds for YOUR Club!
Contact Bill Carroll, Sam Swayne or via club social media for more information or to sign up
CLG EOCHAILL wishes to extend its deepest sympathy to the Bulman family on the passing of Thomas.Tom was a great supporter of the club.Also to the O'Reilly family on the passing of Gerry.Gerry played with the club in the 60's.Ar dheis dè go raibh siad.
Hi all,hope you are keeping safe and well.
Outgoing club officers are willing to stay in place for 2021 and are looking for permission to make appointments and deal with issues as they arise in the club.
In light of us not been able to hold Agm at the moment reports for 2020 will be available for members in February.
We welcome nominations for all club positions,in adult club to Runai by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) before Friday Jan 29th (team management and club officers) after which various committees will be ratified for 2021 by incoming officers.
Alan Hennessy Runai.
Tickets for the Cork GAA bounty draw are on sale now, and can be purchased online, or through the club contact us for more Information
By supporting this draw you are also raising much needed funds for YOUR Club!
Over the last week or so extensive damage was caused to our smoking area.Thankfully our camera system picked up some youths last night when more damaged was caused and it has been handed over to the Gardai and prosecutions will follow.
Just by entry the premises when grounds are closed you are breaking the law.
In advance of the 2021 GAA season, players are reminded about the need to check that their equipment is in good condition and meets the required safety standards.
The GAA would like to remind all players at all levels in all Hurling Games and Hurling Practice Sessions it is mandatory for, and the responsibility of, each individual player to wear a helmet with a facial guard that meets the standards set out in IS:355 or other replacement standard as determined by the National Safety Authority of Ireland (NSAI).
We at CLG Eochaill would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our players, coach’s, members and the community of youghal a safe and happy Christmas, it has been a difficult year for many and we thank you for your continuous support throughout. Stay safe and enjoy the few days. Nollaig Shona Dhuit
Run away from 2020 with Youghal Camogie Club!!
Are you fed up with 2020? Do you want to start 2021 with the right foot forward (literally!), Have you plans for a new you in 2021??? Why not join Youghal Camogie Club on our quest to get from the “ sideline to 5k.”
Starting on January 4th, we are offering you the chance to join our 9 week running programme while also helping us raise some much needed funds for our club. 2020 has been a tough year on us all mentally, physically and for voluntary run clubs like ours, financially. We have had most of our normal fundraisers cancelled. So hence the plan to get fit AND try get a few bob to buy slitors as well!! Sounds like a plan!
So what does it involve?? If you sign up, you get access to a closed face book group, on this group you will get a guided weekly plan telling you what you have to do for the week ahead. This training can be done alone or with other members of your “bubble”, so you have no excuse! This information will include your training plan for that week, some tips on stretching, injury prevention and some running tips and diet advice. You will also receive a discounted rate from John Grace Physical Therapy & Sports Injury Clinic for any niggles you may have. On this group, you will have support from other participants, you will get to see how they are doing and what obstacles they have met and overcome. You can help them and they can help you!
We will have weekly interviews with people who have done a similar programme and have since completed marathon’s , that sounds good , doesn’t it???! We will also chat with other participants to see how they are getting along. There will be plenty support on your journey so even though you will be training alone we will still all be in this together. There is no age limit on this, it is a run not a race!
This programme is open to EVERYONE. We have spoken to plenty of people who have done this programme and are now doing 5k as a warm up, IT CAN BE DONE AND YOU CAN DO IT!
This 9 week programme will end on March 7th. On the week of Sunday March 14th to 21st we are asking you all to run your St. Patricks day themed virtual 5k ( adhering to any government restrictions at the time) and tag us at #sidelineto5kyoughalcamogieclub, all participants will be entered into a draw for some great spot prizes.
All of this advice and support will cost you only €20, this includes your weekly plan etc,a very cool tee shirt and entry in to the virtual fun 5k at the end. What about those of you who want to support Youghal Camogie Club but are already running 5k and more I hear you ask? You can still sign up, but for the fun run only at a reduced rate of €12 and still receive you tee shirt.
**This advice and support is not from a professional medical doctor, any body who has medical issues are advised to seek medical help from their doctor before beginning this plan.
To sign up click the below link
Sending our well wishes to our 2 players and there 3 friends involved in yesterday’s crash, Wishing you all a full recovery. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family’s 🕯
2020 Eochaill Og GAA AGM
will be held in Club Aras
on Thursday 10th December @ 8pm.
Nomination papers, attached, should be completed, signed and returned in a sealed envelope or via e-mail no later than 9pm Friday 04th December 2020,
to John O’Sullivan, Eochaill Og Runai, Knocknacally, Youghal, Co. Cork or via the above e-mail address (email@example.com).
Please note that only fully paid members are eligible to nominate a person for a position and please seek permission from the nominee before nomination
CLG EOCHAILL wishes to extend its deepest sympathy to Gregg and Catriona Hill and family on the passing of Gregg's mother May. Ar dheis dè go raibh a h-anam.
We have been notified by our suppliers that O’Neills are experiencing hugh delays in manufacturing goods and cannot guarantee delivery of anything required by club by christmas.
There is a limited qty of jerseys socks and shorts in stock in the club.Anyone who may be thinking of purchasing for christmas should contact ken 0866013225 to see whats available.
CLG EOCHAILL wishes to extend its deepest sympathy to Martina Galvin and the extended Bennett family on the passing of their Dad Michael (Mikey).Ar dheis dè go raibh a anam.
CLG EOCHAILL wishes to extend its deepest sympathy to The Cronin family on the sad passing of Martin.Ar dheis dè go raibh a anam.
Well done to the combined fr Oneills and youghal u14 team who won the U14A county final today v enniskeane. It was a tough battle throughout but the girls dug in deep and came away with the win. County champs 2020
Youghal players : Aoibhe Daly, Saorla O’Leary, Raina Landers, Doireann Mullane, Rachel Murray and Ruby Kennedy, management Donie Daly