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Date: December 11, 2017

Club notes 20th Sept

We travelled to Kill last Saturday to play a much fancied Ballygunner in the Quarter final of the County hurling Championship, this was a very good game of hurling with our lads running themselves in to ground to play the very good system  that our management  had in store for the game, from 1 to 19 trough out the year these young men have given their all  for the club with out any success, but yet for 50 minutes of yesterdays game we had Ballygunner in a spin. Well done to all who gave their all and still came up short. A big thanks to John Paul Keoghan, Kevin Daly and Declan Kiely for their efforts during the year. TEAM, T Taylor, G Donnelly, E Fraher, D Keoghan, D Murphy, K Daly, M Mc Donagh, J Duggan, L O Callaghan, C Duggan, M Devine, D Kiely, B Cullinan, S Crotty, J Devine, S Mc Grath, J Kiely, J Power, J Houlihan. QUESTION. How come so many of our  so called supporters can go and watch other clubs play in Fraher Field and not make the short journey to Kill to support OUR MINORS in a County Quarter Final


Early on Sunday morning last we were in Fraher Field to play the u13 Western Final v An Gaelteacht. During the league section of this Championship we were comprehensively beaten by them so it was going to be a hard slog for our team to stay in touch. We led at half time and the game was in the balance with 10 minutes to go, such was the effort that our lads put in, but in the end we had to bend the knee and give way to a better team on the day. The progress that this group has made this year has been wonderful ,special mention to Chris Mc Govern for all his work. Well done to all concerned.


On Sunday evening we were back in the Fraher Field to take on Ballygunner in round 3 of the senior Championship. In a game of to many unforced errors while in possession ultimately cost us in the end, we put in a good performance against probably the best team in the championship and all is not lost as we have Ballyduff in the Fraher Field next Sunday at 7.00pm.


We are now in the  happy position to launch our latest fund raiser, which the main prize is €5000 worth of Shopping Vouchers from Garveys Super Valu, 2nd Prize is €250 worth of  Shopping Vouchers from Garveys, 3rd prize is €150 worth of Shopping Vouchers from Garveys. Draw will take place on Sat 16th of December 2017, Vouchers are in €100 denominations and terms and conditions apply and tickets are €5 and can be got from any committee member and we  would ask all our members to give support in the selling of these tickets as well as buying them.


As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.





Dungarvan  GAA Club training Academy for boys and girls aged 5/10 years – Football, Hurling Saturday mornings – 11am to 12:00 and Tuesdays from 18:15 to19:15pm for the youngest groups. 10am-12pm for the older groups.Parents and guardians of the children are fundamental to the successful running of the Academy.  Each year we invite parents to volunteer to become coaches/helpers in the Academy.No previous experience is required as the club provides resources, training courses and support through its  (Games Promotions Officer)All the Coaches and Kids have been very busy with the past few weeks with training and games and now are supporting ‘Games on the Green’ . The purpose of this project is to bring the club to the housing estates in Dungarvan  to meet all the kids and parents and have some fun.


1. Who was All Ireland Football wining Captain in 1970? DONNIE O SULLIVAN
2. When Kerry’s Mickey O Sullivan was injured in 1975 Final who was presented with the Sam Maquire Cup?PAT SPILLANE
3. What player received the Sam Maquire in 2003 Final. PETER CANAVAN
4. Who was the first Captain to take Sam Maquire across the border. KEVIN MUSSEN
5. How many times has Stephan Cluxton captained Dublin to win an All Ireland Football Final. 4


QUIZ (2017)
1.Who knocked Carlow out of the Leinster  Football Championship
2. Who did Armagh lose to in the Quarter Final of the Ulster Championship
3. By what margin did Cork beat Waterford in Munster Senior Football Championship
4.Where did Dublin start the defence of their Provincial Football title.
5. Where did Wicklow exit the Football Championship

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PRO: Pat Kiely

Dungarvan GAA Club training Academy for boys and girls aged 5/12 years - Football, Hurling Monday Evenings - time 5-6 pm for 8,9 and 10s and 6-7pm for 10,11 and 12 year old in the Sport Centre.The small people will be on Friday at 5-6 pm. Parents and guardians of the children are fundamental to the successful running of the Academy. Each year we invite parents to volunteer to become coaches/helpers in the Academy.No previous experience is required as the club provides resources, training courses and support through its (Games Promotions Officer)All the Coaches and Kids have been very busy with the past few weeks with training and games.

The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Paddy Foley's Bar, Queallys Bar, John Walsh's Spar, Johnny Lynch's Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 1,9,26 and 30 .NO WINNER, Next weeks JACKPOT is €7200 . 1 winners of Match 3,€100 Mary Early . Next weeks prize is €100. Any Lotto members or Deise Draw Members please take note that the Lotto will be drawn on Monday night at Paddy Foley's at 9pm , why not come along, as there will be extra draws for those people who are in both draws and enjoy a few drinks as well.

The club is actively looking for volunteers to take first aid courses for 2018, this is a vital roll for all our teams with an emphasis on the juvenile section of our club.

The club are happy to announce that the Charity for this event is the West Waterford Hospice.

The field is now closed for all training sessions.


Our raffle tickets are proving to be the hottest tickets in town these past few weeks and we thank our heroic footballers for raising the profile of the club which has really contributed to the goodwill we are seeing on the doorsteps...

First prize of €5000 worth of shopping in Garveys is proving very popular for just €5 per ticket but we need to sell as many as possible as this is a much needed fundraiser for the club.

Tickets are available from all committee members and we encourage all members to promote and publicise this amazing opportunity to have your grocery bill covered for a year


The clubs AGM will take place on Sat 30th of December,

All Club Bobble hats are now available for collection, Contact Mary Fitzgerald at 0872918505 or Eleanor O Dwyer at 0877857814.

1. What club does Mayo legend Cora Staunton play for. CARNACON
2. What Aussie Rules side has she signed for. GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY GIANTS
3. What club team did Cora's team beat. MOURNABBEY
4. Who are Galway Senior hurling Champions. LIAM MELLOWS
5. How many years have they been waiting to win it. 43 YEARS

1. Where would you find the Fulham Irish Club.
2. What former Down All Ireland Medallist manages the above club.
3. What Tyrone All Star is one of the main players on the Fulham Irish team.
4. What age will Kieran Donaghy be when he lines out for Kerry in 2018.
5. How many Senior Football Connaucht Medals has Mayo Star Alan Dillon.

A Book on the history of Dungarvan GAA Club, spanning the years 1885 to 2017, researched and written by our Club Secretary Tony Ryan, will be launched in Lawlors Hotel on Friday December 15th at 8pm. The book contains 370 pages and includes over 100 photos will be on sale at a cost of 20 Euros and will be a great Christmas gift. All past and present members along with members of the general public are cordially invited to attend. Food will be served on the night and music will be provided by Spotlight, so a great and historic night for the club is guaranteed. Your support for the event will be welcomed by the club and particular Tony who has invested a huge amount of time to documenting the clubs long and illustrious history.See you all on the 15th.
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About Dungarvan GAA Club

Dungarvan GAA Club was affiliated to the Gaelic Athletic Association on June the 1st 1885 - the first club in Waterford to do so. Through thick and thin, good times and bad, we have stayed the pace, and to-day we are the oldest - and I dare say the best - club in the county. We stand uniquely alone as the only club in the Decies to have won county championships in every grade from Under 12 up to senior in both codes.

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Dungarvan GAA Club
Dungarvan, Co. Waterford,

Phone: (087)7977272


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