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The fourth annual Run to Remember Gary Askin will take place on Sunday 17th October 2021 at 1.00pm sharp. This year the event is back at Emyvale GAA Grounds with the 5km walk/run starting & finishing there. The event is free to enter with all donations online and on the day going towards two charities, Crocus Monaghan & Fr John Skinnader Education in South Sudan. Light refreshments served afterwards. All runners, joggers, walkers, family & friends very welcome. You can donate online through the following link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dp7rzs-run-to-remember-gary- askin
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www.winapotofgold.ie Tickets are still available for our raffle where you could win a pot of gold valued at €50,000, or alternatively take the cash equivalent. Tickets €29.95 each or two for €50 from Club members and online at www.winapotofgold.ie Emylott Jackpot now €9,600 Latest numbers drawn were 13,22,24,26. There was No jackpot winner. Congratulations to Match 3 Winner David McArdle , Castleblaney. Promoters prize: Niall Mc Kenna & Ciaran Connolly & Shane Mc Carron. Remember to play on www.clubforce.ie or from local retailers and club promoters. Thank you for your continued support and good luck in the next draw. IFC Group 2, Rd 4. Our senior squad had a hard fought win over Donaghmoyne in Tully on Saturday last. A late poacher's goal by Jake Hughes decided the affair in the final minutes of the game, in which Emyvale kept within striking distance and took their chance when it was most needed. Final score Emyvale 1:10-1:8 Donaghmoyne. Next fixture is away to Eire Og at 4:30pm on Saturday. Please show your support. U17 D3 Cup Semi Final is at 7:30pm Friday evening v Aughnamullen in Tully. All support greatly appreciated. U15 Our Div 1 Championsip team had a great win over a fancied Clontibret outfit. A really honest performance by everyone involved where 4 goals for the home side were instrumental in taking the spoils. A much deserved win for the lads who have been very competitive all season without getting due rewards for their efforts. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be for our div.5 team in their Championship semi final against a bigger and stronger Truagh outfit. This proved a step too far on the day but this team can take heart after a brave effort and also winning a league is a great reward for their efforts. U13 Championship q/f v Truagh in Tully on Monday 11th October at 7pm. U11 Training as usual. Please keep free 16th for the Tournament in Truagh. U9’s Finished off a great season with a home blitz on Wednesday. A great season was enjoyed by all and a lot of progress made by the kids. Thank you to everyone who attended all year and to parents for taking their kids to blitzes. The fourth annual Run to Remember Gary Askin will take place on Sunday 17th October at 1pm sharp. Starting point is Emyvale GAA Grounds with the 5km run/walk starting and finishing there. The event is free to enter with all donations online and on the day going towards two charities , Crocus Monaghan & Fr. John Skinnader Education in South Sudan. Light refreshments served afterwards. All runners, joggers, walkers, family & friends welcome. For more information on the event visit ‘Run To Remember Gary Askin’ on facebook. GAA Healthy Clubs My Mind Matters project is once more partnering with Irish Life to encourage club members this October to participate in a wellbeing challenge via the MyLife App that has the potential to raise €10,000 for Samaritans Ireland. The initiative begins Oct 10th, World Mental Health Day, and aims to inspire participants to provide 30 minutes a day 5 days a week for an activity to help boost their mental health and provide much needed funds to Samaritans Ireland. Download the MyLife App and join the challenge. Well done to club members who participated in the pioneering QPR training on Tuesday evening last which was organised by the non-profit LA519 organisation, aiming to bring awareness of mental health supports in local areas.
Pot of Gold Who is this “Wee Green Man”and have you seen him, rumours are he’s looking for a missing Pot Of Gold? As you are probably aware Emyvale GAA have recently launched our Win A Pot Of Gold draw, where 1 lucky person will win a Pot Of Gold or the Cash Equivalent of €50,000. All funds are going towards the exciting upcoming development works due to start at Tully in the near future. As we slowly start to pull out of these trying times , we will endeavour to rebuild our community from the devastation that the pandemic has put on us all. Emyvale GAA has been a cornerstone of our society for over 100 years and with your support we can be the cornerstone for our youth and the wider community for the next 100 years. This is more than rebuilding a building, this is rebuilding our community. So get in on the buzz, mention it everyone you know. Post any sightings of this “ Wee Green Man” on social media. Oh .. and please remember to buy a ticket!! www.winapotofgold.ie https://youtu.be/hZCW7bVm6DQ https://youtu.be/aomeKuL2QBY https://youtu.be/yzYQIb8C7wo
Congratulation to Emyvale U17 squad who won the 2021 U17 Division 3 Shield final on Saturday afternoon last against Aghabog. Our images, supplied by Monica McKernan, show the team and mentors, Luke Cawley accepting and raising the cup.