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Date: September 18, 2017

June 26th Club Gaa Notes

ACADAMY
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.
Last week we travelled  to  Leacan Fionn where we had some great fun with the Kids and particilaity the Parents as they were put through the paces by the Kids. Thanks again for all the parents who were brave enough to get involved .
HELMETS
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.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Paddy Foleys Bar, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 6, 15, 24 and 28. NO WINNER, next weeks Jackpot is 4800E. 1 winner of MATCH 3 100E, Derek Barry, next weeks prize is 100E
QUIZ ANSWERS
1.Name the first Ulster county to win Sam Maguire 5 times. CAVAN
2. Name the first Connaught county to win Sam Maguire .GALWAY
3. Name the first Munster county to win Sam Maguire 3 times in a row. KERRY
4. Who was the first Captain to be presented with Sam Maguire. BILLY GANNON KILDARE
5. Who was the first captain to receive the Trophy twice. JOE BARRETT KERRY
QUIZ
1, How many times have Armagh won the Sam Maguire Cup.
2. Cavan were the first Ulster County to win Sam Maguire, who were the second.
3.Between club and county how many Senior All Ireland Medals has Colm Cooper won.
4. In what year did Tyrone win their first All Ireland Senior Football Championship.
5. Which county is known as The Banner.
MOVIE NIGHT
On the 18th of May we held the Launch for our Movie Night in association with Eurofins. This unique event will take place on Saturday next the 1st of July at our Club Grounds at Clogherane with gates opening at 8.00pm.It is a Family Friendly Event and there will be Strictly No Alcohol. We would expect all Club Members to come on board to help with this venture to make it a complete success. Tickets are now on sale for this event and can be got from any committee member.The Movie shown on the night  is The GOONIES. This has the makings of a great night, with all the trimmings on sale on the night, e.g. Popcorn and Hot Dogs with also your favourite drinks and munchies that are essential while watching the Goonies. Come early to get a good spot, don’t forget your Blanket, there will also be skills competitions for the young ones and the not so young ones before the Movie starts, so we are leaving no stone unturned to make sure that everybody has a great night.
10  THINGS YOU DIDNT KNOW ABOUT THE  GOONIES
 1.) Being the “Fat Kid” on Set Sucks
Jeff Cohen, the young actor who played Chunk in the film, has taken great pains to explain that being the “fat kid” of the gang was not all it was cracked up to be. Outside of being the butt of every joke in the script, Cohen made the point that kids in his position are often expected to eat throughout films, which was awful in practice. Citing the scene where Chunk sprays whipped cream into his mouth directly from the can as an example: “Say you do fifty takes, that’s fifty hits of the whipped cream.” Furthering the irony, it turns out that when Cohen hit high school, he started doing sports and slimmed down considerably. (.) He doesn’t act anymore, but he is an entertainment lawyer, a partner of a firm he founded himself.
2.) “Big Eyes” is the Key
The whole cast claims that director Richard Donner had one key direction for the kids in any scene where something dramatic took place. Apparently, Donner would call out “big eyes!” and the gang would do as told. Now go and watch the movie again, but this time, pick out the places where you think it was put to use!
3.) Always Invoke Michael Jackson
Of course, sometimes shouting “big eyes” didn’t do the trick. During the scene where the kids are banging on the pipes beneath the country club—which backfires when the plumbing explodes on them—Donner couldn’t get the reaction shot he wanted from Corey Feldman (Mouth) for “Reverse pressure!” Finally, Donner told the cast that Michael Jackson was coming to set right before Feldman’s line. He got the take.
4.) Kids Can’t Curse on Film!
Jonathan Ke Quan (billed then as Ke Huy-Quan in the film—he played Data as well as Short Round in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) made a promise to his mother than he wouldn’t swear on camera. Of course, there was a line in the script that called for Data to say “Holy shit!” and Quan desperately wanted to deliver it. He split the difference, which is why Data shouts “Holy S-H-I-T” instead. Adorable.
5.) Pirate Ship Secrets
One-Eyed Willie’s pirate ship was a real set that was built to look like Errol Flynn’s ship in The Sea Hawk. While it was being constructed, the kids were not allowed to see it; the ship was hidden on another set behind tarps. Donner was hoping to get a real reaction from the cast for their first take seeing Willie’s ship, but when he rolled the camera and revealed it, the whole gang was so shocked by the sight that they started cursing up a storm, and the scene had to be re-shot. Once production wrapped, the crew tried to find someone who would take the ship, but no one wanted it, and the entire set was scrapped.
6.) Sloth Was Not Throwing People Around Set
Football star John Matuszak was chosen for the role of Sloth, but his sports injuries actually made it difficult for him to perform a lot of Sloth’s more physical moments. Jeff Cohen recalled that Matuszak was in quite a bit of pain following the scene where he picked Chunk up while the kid was tied to a chair. In addition, the line that Chunk delivers in that scene is often misheard. It’s not “You smell like fish heads,” but rather, “You smell like Phys Ed!” (Both things are equally smelly, but the idea of Sloth reeking of a gym locker room paints a hilarious picture, if you ask me.)
7.) All That Kissing
Little Sean Astin (Mikey) was super excited to kiss the older Kerri Green (Andy), like any boy in his early teens would be. It turns out, Green was simultaneously horrified at the idea of scarring the poor kid and thought the whole thing was creepy. Kissing Josh Brolin… was a different story, naturally.
8.) Mom and Dad Can Come Along
During the finale, when the kids are reunited with their parents, a lot of the adults in the film are the actual parents of the Goonies crew. Take a look at Chunk’s mom — he looks just like her.
9.) Joey Pants and Opera Chops
Joe Pantoliano is a character actor who frequently turns up in mafia yarns, but to the cast of The Goonies, they knew him simply as “Joey Pants.” No really, that was their nickname for him. (And now every time you spot him in a film, your brain will cry “Joey Pants!” I swear.) His brother in the movie was played by Robert Davi, who happens to be a professionally trained opera singer. That rare and lovely talent was put to good use, and ended up as a character eccentricity.
10.) From Start to Finish
The film was shot almost entirely in sequence from beginning to end. There was also a scene with an octopus that traps the kids, but it ended up on the cutting room floor. There was an entire single devoted to it, titled “8 Arms to Hold You.” And in honor of that lost single, I present to you the better known single by Cyndi Lauper, “(The Goonies ’R’) Good Enough”:
 
HOULI LONG PUCK
 
ENTRIES POUR IN FOR THE HOOLI LONG PUCK ON JULY 8th
Following the success of last year’s inaugural long puck organised by the Houihan family and friends in which over £13,000 was raised for the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund, preparations for this year’s event at the Dungarvan GAA grounds on Saturday July 8th are well under way. Entries have already matched last year’s figures and the organisers are working diligently to stage this year’s ‘PUCK’ which will again be based around a family occasion. The day commemorates the life of David Houlihan who died in Thailand in 2015 and who was repatriated with the help of the Kevin Bell Repatriation fund and thoughts throughout the day are also very much with David’s clubmate Trevor Crotty who died in a road accident in 2016.
Patron of the event Rev. Fr. Ned Hassett will open the day’s events with mass in the club stand at 9am, following which the tree planted in honour of David and Trevor will be blessed. The Juveniles will get the long puck under way followed by the adult section over the same course as last year but starting and finishing at different points adjacent to the memorial tree. Throughout the day, food will be served and activities will cater for one and all in what is sure to be a very worthwhile event to attend.
Last year the auction and raffle on the Saturday night was an outstanding success and this year’s gathering will be staged in the Park Hotel with Gavin Whelan of WLRFM as compeer and Studio 80, the Duggan brothers providing the music.
The organising committee appreciates the sponsorship of local businesses, donations to the auction and everybody who is putting their shoulder to the wheel to make this year’s event another community based success.

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Dungarvan GAA launches its club history in early December, tracing the 132 year journey from its birth in 1885 to the present day. Containing two hundred pages of text and over one hundred photographs, the book named ''Ag Feachaint Siar'' will be on sale for the Christmas market and this week we look back on some of the events of the club centenary back in 1985.

CLUB CENTENARY CELEBRATED IN 1985

Founded on June 1st 1885, the club celebrated its 100th birthday on the 1st of June 1985 with fitting celebrations in the town which brought together past and present members and players . A special centenary committee was formed to organise this milestone in our club history under the chairmanship of Paddy Fitzgerald and which included Brighdin Ni Criostoir, Maura Curran, Mary Fitzgerald, Billy Kelly, Edmond Wade and Johnny Murphy.

The day’s celebrations started with a parade around the town headed by the Brass and Reed and Pipe Bands and which included twenty primary schools from all over the county who later participated in three hurling and two football tournaments at venues such as the CBS field, the Gaelic Field and the Presentation convent field. A concelebrated mass was said in the CBS field and some of the participating clergy were former club players and members .

Following the juvenile tournaments and an adult hurling game between our county junior champions of 1975 and our then present hurling outfit, the Dungarvan UDC honoured the club with a Civic Reception to mark our one hundredth birthday. Chairman of the Urban Council, Billy Kyne, son of our former club secretary Tom Kyne, presented us with the ‘’Dungarvan UDC Centenary Trophy.’’ The day’s activities ended with an Irish night in the Ormonde Hotel in O Connell St.

Later in the year, the club held a centenary banquet in Lawlors Hotel and in front of an attendance of 250 people framed scrolls were presented to surviving club members who won All Ireland championship honours with the county.

A committee was selected to name our hurling and football teams of the century and all club members were invited to submit their own list of players for consideration. Our teams of the century were decided as follows :

CLUB HURLING TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Johnny Quarry

Tom Cunningham Jimmy Waters Simon Whelan

Jimmy Mountain Mickey Landers Jackie Goode

Tom Greaney Christy Moylan

Willie Barron Dec Goode Tommy Fitzgerald

Johnny Murphy Tom Curran John Kiely


CLUB FOOTBALL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Mickey Landers

Paddy McGrath Jackie O Donnell Tom McHugh

Willie Barron Tom Cunningham Terry Donnolly

Billy McGrath Christy Moylan

Tom Curran Tom Greaney Paul Lannon

Mickey Tobin Murray Mahony Jackie Goode.


FOOTBALL DOUBLE COUNTY TITLES

FOOTBALLERS RETURN TO SENIOR GRADE FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1967

Present day players celebrated our club centenary in 1985 by winning the county Intermediate and under 21 football titles. Our intermediates played their best football at the latter stages in both the western and county finals. Prior to this, we were beaten in the first round by Affane on a score of 2-6 to 1-7 and followed up with wins over An Rinn by 0-16 to 2-4, Shamrocks by 3-5 to 2-6, An Rinn again by 1-8 to 0-6 and Sliabh gCua by 1-6 to 0-8. In the Shamrocks game we trailed by 2-4 to 0-2 at half time and in the Sliabh gCua match a 55th minute goal by centre back David Burke got us over the finishing line and in to the divisional final.

We beat Ballyduff in the western final by 4-9 to 2-4, playing a brand of exciting football that was to be the hallmark of this group of players’ style of football for the next eight years. After losing our intermediate hurling title to Colligan and losing our two minor titles, this was a welcome boost and it set us up for a successful conclusion to 1985.

Derek Lyons was our top scorer in the western final with a tally of 2-2 and Pepe Ferncombe kicked a total of 1-3. The team were clear winners of the county final over city side Killure at the Fraher Field on a score of 1-16 to 1-4. Jimo Meehan scored an important early goal, Pepe Ferncombe showed his potential as a quality free taker with 0-5 and Eddie Meegan scored four superb points from play. The team captain Tom Halpin was dominating in midfield until he had to retire injured during the first half. This victory returned us to the senior grade for the first time since 1967 and it was the beginning of a very fruitful period in the big ball game for the club.

1985 County Intermediate Football Champions:

Pat Flynn; Chris Meehan, David Power, Martin Sheehan; Martin Houlihan, David Burke, Tomas Curran; Joe Duggan, Tony Hamilton; Eddie Meegan, Dermot O Callaghan, Peter Queally; Pepe Ferncombe, Derek Lyons, Jimo Meehan. Subs : Tony Hamilton, Liam Crotty, Ray Dwyer.

.....TONY HAMILTON HITS HAT TRICK IN FIRST COUNTY UNDER 21 FOOTBALL TITLE WIN.....

In 1984 we were beaten by Roanmore in the under 21 county football final but this year we finished our centenary celebrations in December with our first county title win in this grade. We started the championship with a 1-12 to 0-6 win against Ballinacourty and followed up with a 1-21 to 1-2 victory against Lismore/ Ballysaggart. The western final win was hard earned with Nire challenging us all the way before we scored three late points to win on a score of 1-8 to 0-5. The county final was a personal triumph for Tony Hamilton who raised three green flags, a remarkable achievement , with Pepe Ferncombe and sub Michael Butler grabbing the other two goals in a 5-5 to 0-5 win over Portlaw in Cappoquin.

This win ensured that the club had won every title in both codes from under 14 up to senior apart from the under 21 hurling title with a time frame of another two years realistically available to complete the full set of titles.

1985 County Under 21 Football Champions:

Michael Dwyer; Chris Meehan, David Power, Ger Moran; Martin Houlihan, David Burke, Tomas Curran; Peter Queally, Ray Dwyer; Liam Crotty, Dermot O Callagahan, Tony Hamilton; Pepe Ferncombe, Derek Lyons, Fergal O Donnell. Subs : John Fitzgerald, Michael Butler.

Hurlers Relinquish Intermediate Title

We lost our western Intermediate hurling title, won against Abbeyside in 1984 when Colligan edged us out on a 2-11 to 1-12 scoreline at the Gaelic Field. However, it wasn’t a case of a close battle throughout as the winners led by 1-10 to 0-4 while in the last quarter we had enough chances to win back to back titles.

1985 Western Hurling Championship Final Team :

Pepe Ferncombe; John Fitzgerald, Pa Meehan, David Burke; Chris Meehan, Martin Sheehan, Michael Butler; Martin Houlihan, Tomas Curran; Jimo Meehan, Martin Sandford, Dermot O Callaghan; David Power, Peter Queally, Noel Wade. Subs : Fergal O Donnell, Joe Duggan, Tony Hamilton
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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
Clogherane,
Dungarvan, Co. Waterford,
Ireland

Phone: (087)7977272

Email: info@dungarvangaa.ie

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