Sponsorship: 2020 has been a tough year so far with Covid19 changing the world in which we live, work and play. The new ‘normal’ is being introduced gradually with the hope that the Coronavirus is under control but we must remain vigilant and adhere to the restrictions or we will end up back where we were in April etc. Training for football has begun again in a guarded manner and official fixtures will begin within the next week. However during the ‘Lockdown’ there was no activity in GAA circles but bills had to be paid and there are ongoing expenses that must be met. The difficulty was that there was nothing coming in to replace what had to go out. Emyvale Juveniles have been back in training and their first games coming up which means that the expenses go up as well. In recent years Emyvale juveniles have received excellent support from Glynn Williams from Emyvale Centra and he has come on board again for this year, which takes some of the financial pressure off the committee. He handed over the sponsorship to Shane McCormack, chairman of the Juvenile Committee, accompanied by two other members of the committee, Sharon McKenna and Ollie McKenna. Shane expressed the appreciation of the Club to Glynn and thanked him for his generosity and support.
Emyvale GFC Make presentations The presentations of funds raised by the Emyvale GAA players recently were held at the Clubhouse when representatives of those involved handed over €5,605 to Pieta House and a similar sum to Truagh Development Association. Brian McEvoy collected on behalf of Pieta House and he expressed the thanks of Pieta House to the club for the great work they have done in raising the money and deciding to present it to Pieta House. Due to Covid19 Pieta House needed financial support more than ever to meet the demand on their services and this money would ensure that lives will be saved. Sean McKenna, organiser of Darkness into light in Monaghan, congratulated the Club for this marvellous contribution. Greg Devlin stated that the Club is very conscious of the work of Pieta House and that it was a unanimous decision to select it as a recipient and he thanked all those who took part and a special thank you to the great generosity of the people who donated to the cause. The Second cheque was presented to Fiona McCaffrey-Jones, Job-share manager of the Services Programme for Truagh Development Association. Gregory Devlin, on behalf of the team, stated that they are delighted to present this money to the Truagh Development as they do tremendous work for the people of the area and have been exceptional in their assistance to people of the entire North Monaghan communities during Covid 19. Enda O’Brien, Chairman of the club, praised the organisers and the panel of players, who were involved in the Run and all who contributed to the fund. In reply Fiona told of the number of care packages Truagh Development had delivered and over 4,500 meals were delivered to homes in North Monaghan. She thanked the Emyvale players for this very generous contribution which will assist them to continue to support the people of the area.
On June 6th lastThe Covid19 pandemic has brought grief and sadness to many homes but it has also made people more aware of the needs of others and the generosity of the public has been absolutely outstanding when one considers the amounts raised by the many and varied fund raising events organised during the past three months. It has also shown the ingenuity of people to come up with innovative and novel methods of attracting donations as was clearly demonstrated by the event organised by the Emyvale GAA team. On Saturday, June 6th, the Emyvale GAA Men's Senior Team organised a unique Charity Relay Run. Forty three members of the Club, players and management, individually ran a minimum of 4k. Each runner ran to another member’s home and virtually handed on the baton and they covered a total of 229.1k - coming together while staying apart in a relay format. The first runner set off at 4.00am Irish time and the final runner arrived to the finish at the Clubhouse at 9.20pm. Three early runners were not in the locality but ran the distance - Gareth McQuaid ran 5k in Abu Dhabi, James Bellew ran 5k in Sydney and Killian McKenna ran his 5k in Galway but all the others ran in relay until the final runner, Daniel McMahon, finished his 5k at the club’s car park at Tully at 9.20pm. Those taking part were: Garreth McQuaid (5k in Abu Dhabi); James Bellew (5k in Sydney); Killian McKenna (5k in Galway); Ryan McAnespie (6.4k); Sean McMeel (4.7k); Karl McQuaid (5.3k); Emlyn McGee (4.7k); Mick Flannery (5.1k); Stephen Askin (6.1k); David Bellew (5.1k); Cameron Liddle (5k); Kyle Hughes (4.2k); Niall McKenna (5.8k); Conall McKenna (5.8k); James McKenna (4.7k); Johnny McCarron (7.2k); Aaron Loughran (5.5k); Shane McCarron (5.3k); Conor Forde(5.2k); Gerard McCaffrey (5.9k); Greg Devlin (4.6k); Ryan Treanor (4.5k); Conor McQuillan (5.1k); Ciaran Connolly (4.6k); Aaron Sherry (4.9k); Ryan Kelly (4.9k); Conor Mulligan (5.4k); Rory Sherry (5k); David McAlister (6k); Karl Gallagher (6k); Robbie McAlister (6k); Colm McKenna (4.7k); Pauric Duffy (6k); Ryan Murphy (6.4k); Eoghan Treanor (5.3k); Ben Ryan (6.3k); Alastair Stewart (5k); Gavin McKernan(6k); Colin Hughes (5.5k); Liam McKenna (5.3k); Paul McCarron (4.6k); Michael O'Brien (5k); and Daniel McMahon (5k), making a total distance of 229.1k. In all they covered the areas of Aughnacloy, Truagh, Emyvale, Glaslough, Scotstown, Monaghan Town and of course - Abu Dhabi, Australia and Galway!
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Senior Reserves: The reserves started their Crawley Cup championship campaign with a 3.10 to 0.12pt win over Drumhowan. They led 1:05 – 0:4 at halftime but Drumhowan hit a purple patch in the second half to bring the deficit back to one point before Ben Ryan hit the back of the net from a well taken penalty after Stephen O’Brien had been fouled in the square. From here on they maintained the lead until the final whistle. Team & scorers: Eoghan Treanor, Ryan Murphy, Sean Mc Meel, Conor Mc Quillan, Ryan Kelly 0:1, Stephen Askin, James Mc Kenna, Ryan Treanor, Stephen O’Brien, Rory Sherry 1:2, Gavin Mc Kernan 0:3, Emlyn Mc Gee 0:1, David Bellew, Alister Stuart 0:1, Ben Ryan 1:2. Subs. Jonathan Mc Carron 1:0, Cameron Liddle, Jack Kelly, Shane Mc Carron, Liam Mc Kenna. Next up is a home match on Sunday 27th September against Oram with throw-in time of 2pm. U7 training is to be held Thursdays 7-8pm U9 training is on Friday evenings 7-8pm. U11 training continues 8-9pm Wednesday and Friday evenings. Please note the earlier finishing time. U13’s Follow social media for info on any upcoming training. U15 Both panels played challenge games with Tyholland in Tully last Tuesday evening. Well done to everyone Involved and thanks to Tyholland for coming. Training continues on Thursday evening in Tully for both panels at 6.45 pm. U-17 Our Minor team had a impressive victory over neighbours Truagh in the division 2 championship semifinal to reach our second minor county final in 2 years. Scoreline Emyvale 5-17 vs Truagh 2-09. The Final is fixed for Sunday at 5:30 pm with venue tbc at time of press. The entire parish and club wish the very best of luck to both our U17 panel in the div 2 final on Sunday and our U15 div 4 panel in their semifinal v Cremartin on Saturday. Congratulations to all club members and their families who celebrated First Holy Communion and Confirmation recently. Emylott Jackpot: €4000. No winner. 1 match 3's. Neil Farmer, Glaslough Promoters prize:- Jack Kelly, Ryan Kelly Numbers drawn 3,4,6,27. To play online for next week search for Emyvale Clubforce Lotto and play from there. Please note that all entries must be submitted by Sunday night 9pm. Any entry submitted after this time will be included in the following weeks draw. Thank you to everyone who supports our lotto. Drive-In Bingo Due to popular demand we have decided to run another Drive-In Bingo on Sunday 4th October at 3pm. More details will follow in the coming weeks. Sympathies: The club would like to extend is sympathies to the Mc Aree family on the passing of May, to the Mc Elvaney and Mc Ginn family on the passing of Rosalen and to the Duffy family on the passing of Jim. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.
BC Tournament 2019 ….. HERE Forde Cup 2019 ………. HERE Emyvale, 2019 Minor Champions ………. HERE Emyvale U17s Acclaimed …………. HERE Emyvale Charity Run ……….. HERE 2020 Championship 1 ……. HERE
BC Tournament 2019 …………….. HERE Emyvale GFC Charity Run ……… HERE 2020 Championship 1 ……. HERE Emyvale Minors ………… HERE
Emyvale GFC Make presentations The presentations of funds raised by the Emyvale GAA players recently were held at the Clubhouse when representatives of those involved handed over €5,605 to Pieta House and a similar sum to Truagh Development Association. Brian McEvoy collected on behalf of Pieta House and he expressed the thanks of Pieta House to the club for the great work they have done in raising the money and deciding to present it to Pieta House. Due to Covid19 Pieta House needed financial support more than ever to meet the demand on their services and this money would ensure that lives will be saved. Sean McKenna, organiser of Darkness into light in Monaghan, congratulated the Club for this marvellous contribution. Greg Devlin stated that the Club is very conscious of the work of Pieta House and that it was a unanimous decision to select it as a recipient and he thanked all those who took part and a special thank you to the great generosity of the people who donated to the cause. The Second cheque was presented to Fiona McCaffrey-Jones, Job-share manager of the Services Programme for Truagh Development Association. Gregory Devlin, on behalf of the team, stated that they are delighted to present this money to the Truagh Development as they do tremendous work for the people of the area and have been exceptional in their assistance to people of the entire North Monaghan communities during Covid 19. Enda O’Brien, Chairman of the club, praised the organisers and the panel of players, who were involved in the Run and all who contributed to the fund. In reply Fiona told of the number of care packages Truagh Development had delivered and over 4,500 meals were delivered to homes in North Monaghan. She thanked the Emyvale players for this very generous contribution which will assist them to continue to support the people of the area.
On June 6th lastThe Covid19 pandemic has brought grief and sadness to many homes but it has also made people more aware of the needs of others and the generosity of the public has been absolutely outstanding when one considers the amounts raised by the many and varied fund raising events organised during the past three months. It has also shown the ingenuity of people to come up with innovative and novel methods of attracting donations as was clearly demonstrated by the event organised by the Emyvale GAA team. On Saturday, June 6th, the Emyvale GAA Men's Senior Team organised a unique Charity Relay Run. Forty three members of the Club, players and management, individually ran a minimum of 4k. Each runner ran to another member’s home and virtually handed on the baton and they covered a total of 229.1k - coming together while staying apart in a relay format. The first runner set off at 4.00am Irish time and the final runner arrived to the finish at the Clubhouse at 9.20pm. Three early runners were not in the locality but ran the distance - Gareth McQuaid ran 5k in Abu Dhabi, James Bellew ran 5k in Sydney and Killian McKenna ran his 5k in Galway but all the others ran in relay until the final runner, Daniel McMahon, finished his 5k at the club’s car park at Tully at 9.20pm. Those taking part were: Garreth McQuaid (5k in Abu Dhabi); James Bellew (5k in Sydney); Killian McKenna (5k in Galway); Ryan McAnespie (6.4k); Sean McMeel (4.7k); Karl McQuaid (5.3k); Emlyn McGee (4.7k); Mick Flannery (5.1k); Stephen Askin (6.1k); David Bellew (5.1k); Cameron Liddle (5k); Kyle Hughes (4.2k); Niall McKenna (5.8k); Conall McKenna (5.8k); James McKenna (4.7k); Johnny McCarron (7.2k); Aaron Loughran (5.5k); Shane McCarron (5.3k); Conor Forde(5.2k); Gerard McCaffrey (5.9k); Greg Devlin (4.6k); Ryan Treanor (4.5k); Conor McQuillan (5.1k); Ciaran Connolly (4.6k); Aaron Sherry (4.9k); Ryan Kelly (4.9k); Conor Mulligan (5.4k); Rory Sherry (5k); David McAlister (6k); Karl Gallagher (6k); Robbie McAlister (6k); Colm McKenna (4.7k); Pauric Duffy (6k); Ryan Murphy (6.4k); Eoghan Treanor (5.3k); Ben Ryan (6.3k); Alastair Stewart (5k); Gavin McKernan(6k); Colin Hughes (5.5k); Liam McKenna (5.3k); Paul McCarron (4.6k); Michael O'Brien (5k); and Daniel McMahon (5k), making a total distance of 229.1k. In all they covered the areas of Aughnacloy, Truagh, Emyvale, Glaslough, Scotstown, Monaghan Town and of course - Abu Dhabi, Australia and Galway!
Emyvale GFC:
BC Tournament 2019 ….. HERE Forde Cup 2019 ………. HERE Emyvale, 2019 Minor Champions ………. HERE Emyvale U17s Acclaimed …………. HERE Emyvale Charity Run ……….. HERE 2020 Championship 1 ……. HERE
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Senior Reserves: The reserves started their Crawley Cup championship campaign with a 3.10 to 0.12pt win over Drumhowan. They led 1:05 – 0:4 at halftime but Drumhowan hit a purple patch in the second half to bring the deficit back to one point before Ben Ryan hit the back of the net from a well taken penalty after Stephen O’Brien had been fouled in the square. From here on they maintained the lead until the final whistle. Team & scorers: Eoghan Treanor, Ryan Murphy, Sean Mc Meel, Conor Mc Quillan, Ryan Kelly 0:1, Stephen Askin, James Mc Kenna, Ryan Treanor, Stephen O’Brien, Rory Sherry 1:2, Gavin Mc Kernan 0:3, Emlyn Mc Gee 0:1, David Bellew, Alister Stuart 0:1, Ben Ryan 1:2. Subs. Jonathan Mc Carron 1:0, Cameron Liddle, Jack Kelly, Shane Mc Carron, Liam Mc Kenna. Next up is a home match on Sunday 27th September against Oram with throw-in time of 2pm. U7 training is to be held Thursdays 7-8pm U9 training is on Friday evenings 7-8pm. U11 training continues 8-9pm Wednesday and Friday evenings. Please note the earlier finishing time. U13’s Follow social media for info on any upcoming training. U15 Both panels played challenge games with Tyholland in Tully last Tuesday evening. Well done to everyone Involved and thanks to Tyholland for coming. Training continues on Thursday evening in Tully for both panels at 6.45 pm. U-17 Our Minor team had a impressive victory over neighbours Truagh in the division 2 championship semifinal to reach our second minor county final in 2 years. Scoreline Emyvale 5-17 vs Truagh 2-09. The Final is fixed for Sunday at 5:30 pm with venue tbc at time of press. The entire parish and club wish the very best of luck to both our U17 panel in the div 2 final on Sunday and our U15 div 4 panel in their semifinal v Cremartin on Saturday. Congratulations to all club members and their families who celebrated First Holy Communion and Confirmation recently. Emylott Jackpot: €4000. No winner. 1 match 3's. Neil Farmer, Glaslough Promoters prize:- Jack Kelly, Ryan Kelly Numbers drawn 3,4,6,27. To play online for next week search for Emyvale Clubforce Lotto and play from there. Please note that all entries must be submitted by Sunday night 9pm. Any entry submitted after this time will be included in the following weeks draw. Thank you to everyone who supports our lotto. Drive-In Bingo Due to popular demand we have decided to run another Drive-In Bingo on Sunday 4th October at 3pm. More details will follow in the coming weeks. Sympathies: The club would like to extend is sympathies to the Mc Aree family on the passing of May, to the Mc Elvaney and Mc Ginn family on the passing of Rosalen and to the Duffy family on the passing of Jim. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n- anamacha.