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GAA Code of Behaviour

posted 31 Mar 2017, 12:01 by Eimear McMahon

Coolmeen Ladies Intermediate Football Champions 2016

posted 10 Oct 2016, 11:59 by Eimear McMahon

Coolmeen Ladies Intermediate Football Champions 2016
Congrats to our great Coolmeen Ladies Team who had a fantastic County Intermediate Final win today. Well done to all players & management. Thanks to all supporters at game. Great to see the Coolmeen Ladies play Senior football again. 
BLACK & AMBER ABÚ

Mental Health Awareness

posted 10 Oct 2016, 11:51 by Eimear McMahon

Coolmeen G.A.A Club extends an open invitation to everybody interested to attend a presentation by guest speakers on Mental Health and Wellbeing which is being held on Friday October 14th, 2016 at 8pm in Cranny National School. This talk will be of interest to players, mentors, parents, teenagers and the general public. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Postponement of our Annual Fun Run

posted 3 May 2016, 13:02 by Eimear McMahon


Coolmeen GAA AGM Minutes

posted 13 Feb 2016, 09:23 by Eimear McMahon   [ updated 3 Feb 2017, 12:02 ]

Coolmeen GAA Club    A.G.M.

The Annual Genera l Meeting of Coolmeen GAA Club was held on Sunday 24th January 2016 at 2pm.

ATTENDEES;  David Neenan, Mike Murphy, Antoinette Quinlivan, Marie O Connor, Geraldine McMahon, Paul Kenny, Sheila Meaney, Tom Meaney, Gary Meaney, Mark Meaney, Noel Meaney, Joe Corry, Francis Kennedy, Jack McMahon, Kevin McMahon, Micheal McMahon, Darragh Cleary, Patrick Meaney, Siney Corry, Declan Casey, Cathal O Connor, John McMahon, John O Connor, Eoin O Connor, Johnny McMahon, David Hehir, Cian Murphy, Des Murphy, John Murphy, Anthony Hanrahan, Tony Brann.

 

Chairman David Neenan welcomed everyone.

 Secretary’s Report;  Antoinette Quinlivan, in her first yeart as secretary, gave a comprehensive review of all competitive action during the year, including underage competition, Junior A and B league and championship, in what was one of the most successful years to date in the Club. As there were so many memorable days, winning the Junior A Championship and reaching the Munster Junior A Football Final and going on to win the U 21 C Football Title were definitely the highlights, but reaching the Minor A Final (with Kildysart) and victory for the u14 s in the West Clare Divisional B Final were also great achievements.  She also reported on Fundraising and Pitch Development during the year, which included the purchase of New Nets and Poles and the Sanding of the pitch. In October 2015 Coolmeen GAA were delighted to be able to facilitate a fundraising benefit night held in aid of Patrick & Mary Meaney house fire fund. Antoinette thanked all who contributed to the Club in the past year and greatly appreciates all the support to her from assistance secretary Marie O Connor, in a year that she was privileged to be part of, and wished success to all for 2016.

 

Chairman’s Report; Chairman David Neenan reflected on a fantastic year for the club. In his dual role as Chairman and player, his hope for the Intermediate Championship for 2016 is to try and build on the success of the past year with the same effort and commitment. He thanked everyone who travelled all year supporting all teams and and for all the financial support received. David also spoke of the need of further improvement of faciilities at the club and also to encourage all children in the parish to participate at underage level. He paid tribute to all who give of their time in helping out in the club and gave special mention to Cathal O Connor, who excelled at midfield for Clare in 2015.

 

The following officers were elected for 2016

President; Morgan O Connell

Vice-Presidents; Frank Kennedy, John Joe Reidy, Patrick Meaney, Fr. Paul Kenny, Cyril Reidy, Tommy Haugh, Patrick Morgan & Tom Keane

Chairman; David Neenan

Vice-Chairman; Mike Murphy

Secretary; Antoinette Quinlivan

Assistant Secretary; Marie O Connor

Treasurer; Geraldine McMahon

Assistant Treasurer; Sheila Meaney

PRO; Paul Kenny

Assistant PRO; Darragh Cleary

Irish Officer; Pat Shannon

Webmaster; Eimear McMahon

Children’s Welfare Officer; Colette McMahon/ Mary Kennedy

ASAP Officer; Patrick Meaney

Field Officer; Siney Corry

Players Injury Scheme; Des Murphy

Registrar; Alan Corry / Sean McMahon

Bord Na Nog Delegate; Mike Murphy

Co. Board Delegates; Chairman, Secretary, Des Farrell & Martin O Brien

West Clare Divisional Board; Paul Kenny

 

Votes of Sympathy;

O Brien Family Derreen – on the death of Micheal

Kelly Family Cranny – on the death of Sonny

Murphy Family Clondrina – on the death of Micheal

O Donnell Family Erribul- on the death of Jimmy

Frawley Family Derrynidane- on the death of Joe & Martin

Susan King & Family Birnafadda – on the death of Len Chalkright

Brogan Family Derryguiha – on the death of Cyril

Donnelly Family Cranny – on the death of Kathleen

Doyle Family Six Crosse – on the death of Sr. Nuala

McNamara Family Moyfadda- on the death of Bridget Lambert

Flan McNamara Carrowreagh West – on the death of Marian O Grady

O Halloran Family Moyralla – on the death of Maureen Kelly

O Brien Family Erribul- on the death of Tom & Anne

Keane Family Clonsnaughta - on the death of Mary

Hehir & Vaughan Family- on the death of Barry O Connor

Mary Meaney & Family Boulghera- on the death of Patsy Mc Guane

 

Teams & Management for 2016

Intermediate Team; Martin Daly (Manager) Brian Meaney, Jack McMahon, Enda Haugh & Declan Casey

Junior B; Tony Brann, Jack McMahon, Alan Corry& Declan Casey

U21; John Murphy & Brian Markham

Minor; TBC

U14 & U16; Mike Murphy & John Murphy

U12; TBC

U6/U8/U10; Anthony Hanrahan, Francis Kennedy & Noel Meaney

 

A.O.B

 

Future of underage players;  As number of children in the parish is low, and Coolmeen will not be in the position to field their own team from u12 to minor level for the foreseeable future, a discussion took place to continue to enable them to play football, it was decided to arrange a meeting with Kildysart GAA re same.

 

Lotto; Currently the club sell Lotto for €100 annually. It was proposed to also sell a yearly subscription of €250.

Minor Players; All members agreed on opposing the introduction of underage players not been allowed play with the adult team.

Word of Thanks; from Patrick Meaney, on behalf of his family, for fundraising night.

Best Wishes were extended to Gerry McInerney and John Joe Reidy on a speedy recovery on behalf of all in Coolmeen GAA.

Meeting Concluded.

Coolmeen Ladies AGM

posted 12 Feb 2016, 08:26 by Eimear McMahon

Coolmeen Ladies AGM will take place on Friday February 19th at 8.30pm in the Clubhouse. All new members welcome and appreciated.

Club Membership Registration

posted 10 Feb 2016, 16:54 by Eimear McMahon

Coolmeen GAA will be holding a club membership registration evening on Saturday February 20th at 8pm in the Clubhouse.
All players must register on the night.

 Annual Subscription 
 Adult Player €50
 College Student Player     €20
 Secondary School Student Player           €10
 Primary School Player     €5
 Non-Player Adult €30
 Family rates available 


Intermediate Championship Draw 2016

posted 10 Feb 2016, 08:23 by Eimear McMahon

The 2016 Senior & Intermediate Football Championship Draw took place on Tuesday February 9th 2016.
Coolmeen will be competing in the Intermediate Championship for the first time in a number of years. Coolmeen were drawn in Group 1 &  will face Kilfenora, Liscannor & neighbours Kildysart.



Coolmeens Path to The Munster Final

posted 5 Dec 2015, 13:49 by Coolmeen GAA

The GAA Provincial Club Championships are the heartbeat of our Association. Cúil Mín GAA has experienced this fantastic feeling this Autumn. On Saturday, October 10th we reclaimed the Clare County Junior A Title after a break of 16 years. After a week of celebrating a new task appeared on the horizon, the Munster Junior Club Championship. So on Sat Nov 7th we travelled to Askeaton, to face Limerick Champions, Cappagh. On a beautiful autumnal afternoon our brave players earned a hard fought victory. History had been made, we had won our first ever Munster Club game at our third attempt. Now giddy with excitement we faced a home semi-final against Waterford Champions, Modeilgo. On a cold, wet, windy November Saturday we travelled up the road to Cooraclare Pitch. Despite the weather all our supporters were in great form. With a performance that would warm the cockles of your heart our players played like Lions to fashion a famous victory. The roar from our supporters that greeted the final whistle will never be forgotten. Incredibly, our club will contest a Munster Final. Later that evening we found out that the Kerry Champions, Templenoe would be our opponents. 
Our entire community has experienced a joyous lift in the build up to the big day. Fundraising efforts have been organised to help finance our run to the final. Our club has become more cohesive & united by this success on the pitch. So, on tomorrow Sunday December 6th every man, woman & child in our parish will travel to Mallow Co. Cork to face our destiny.
Hope springs eternal. CÚIL MÍN ABÚ.

Thanks to Paul Kenny.

The Clare People 01/12/2015

posted 1 Dec 2015, 12:30 by Coolmeen GAA


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