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GAA Activity: Intermediate Championship .. HERE County Minors Honoured …… HERE 2019 Club Volunteers …….. HERE Northern Standard Awards … HERE Full-time for UGAAWA ………. HERE GAA Stalwarts ………………….. HERE
Monaghan GAA Golf Classic Tees off on 24th &25th July The Monaghan GAA Perpetual Golf Classic sponsored by McAree Engineering tees of this year at Rossmore Golf Club on the 24th and 25th July. This fantastic event is running for the 7th year in a row. Monaghan County Board Chairman, Michael Owen McMahon advised “while a lot of things this year have been delayed, our committee and McAree Engineering have been working away in the background to ensure this years Golf Classic would go ahead. “ “This is going to be one of the very few fundraising events for Monaghan GAA this year and as a result we are hoping that it will continue to receive the fantastic support it has in the past. While the regulations around Covid-19 mean that some things have to change, the one thing that we can be sure of that won’t change is that the Golf Classic will be great craic, fantastically organized and great day out for Golfers and Gaels alike. As usual there will be a fantastic array of prizes for those teams that manage to come out on top.” Vincent McAree, McAree Engineering, Operations Director added “We are delighted to continue to support this great event and the Monaghan GAA. It’s an exciting time for the Team and we are looking forward to the Championship clash with Cavan at the end of October. We are thrilled to be sponsors for the 7th year and hope that it will be as successful as previous years.” “In addition, we are conscious that there has been little sporting activity for juveniles so far this year and are delighted to team up with Rossmore Park Juveniles to hold a fun competition in the week running up to the main event.” To book your team contact Eugene on 086 3476690 or Brendan on 087 6820860, entry fee costs €200 per team of 4 Photo shows: Peter Richardson, McAree Engineering, Gary Mohan, Darren Hughes, Conor McCarthy, Brendan Casey, Monaghan GAA Ass. Treasurer, Declan Flanagan, Monaghan GAA Vice Chairman
With the currently improved situation in relation to Covid19 normality of a kind is returning to our country and we owe a debt of gratitude to Dr. Tony O’Holohan and his assistants for bringing us this far in relative safety and thanks are also due to all the people who adhered to the recommendations and indeed difficult actions proposed by the NPHET and presented to us by Dr. Tony. However lets hope we have not proceeded to fast and that coronavirus does not resurge causing massive damage to our population, both health wise and economically. Those face masks and hand washing are essential in our efforts to immobilise the virus as is the necessity for anyone with any signs of flu get in touch with a GP immediately. It is also worth remembering that the mask not only helps to protect yourself but it is an important method of not spreading it to other members of the public or your family. For now things are improving and so many are delighted that sport is returning and clubs all over Ireland rejoiced when they were able to get back to training and the fellowship of team mates. Truagh and Emyvale clubs had big a turnout of members for opening night and all are looking forward to the first competitive games and we look forward to attending.
GAA Activity: Intermediate Championship .. HERE County Minors Honoured …… HERE 2019 Club Volunteers …….. HERE Northern Standard Awards … HERE Full-time for UGAAWA ………. HERE GAA Stalwarts ………………….. HERE
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Monaghan GAA Golf Classic Tees off on 24th &25th July The Monaghan GAA Perpetual Golf Classic sponsored by McAree Engineering tees of this year at Rossmore Golf Club on the 24th and 25th July. This fantastic event is running for the 7th year in a row. Monaghan County Board Chairman, Michael Owen McMahon advised “while a lot of things this year have been delayed, our committee and McAree Engineering have been working away in the background to ensure this years Golf Classic would go ahead. “ “This is going to be one of the very few fundraising events for Monaghan GAA this year and as a result we are hoping that it will continue to receive the fantastic support it has in the past. While the regulations around Covid-19 mean that some things have to change, the one thing that we can be sure of that won’t change is that the Golf Classic will be great craic, fantastically organized and great day out for Golfers and Gaels alike. As usual there will be a fantastic array of prizes for those teams that manage to come out on top.” Vincent McAree, McAree Engineering, Operations Director added “We are delighted to continue to support this great event and the Monaghan GAA. It’s an exciting time for the Team and we are looking forward to the Championship clash with Cavan at the end of October. We are thrilled to be sponsors for the 7th year and hope that it will be as successful as previous years.” “In addition, we are conscious that there has been little sporting activity for juveniles so far this year and are delighted to team up with Rossmore Park Juveniles to hold a fun competition in the week running up to the main event.” To book your team contact Eugene on 086 3476690 or Brendan on 087 6820860, entry fee costs €200 per team of 4 Photo shows: Peter Richardson, McAree Engineering, Gary Mohan, Darren Hughes, Conor McCarthy, Brendan Casey, Monaghan GAA Ass. Treasurer, Declan Flanagan, Monaghan GAA Vice Chairman