HOSPITAL / HERBERTSTOWN GAA CLUB: We will continue to take advice from the various government departments and we will update you when we can.
Club Lotto Draw: Our club lotto draw has been suspended for the moment due to the current level of restrictions in place. All tickets purchased will be included in the next draw. Thank you to our sellers and ticket buyers for your continued support.
Club Gear: Is available on O’Neills website…
National Club Draw: Tickets are €10 and are available to buy on our Klubfunder page under Ticket Sales – Events Page – Buy now. Alternatively, you can contact Des on 0868369784.
Prizes are: 1. All-New Renault CLIO V Dynamique TCe 100 MY19.
2. €2,000 Cash Prize.
3. All Ireland Hurling & Football Final Package 2021 – The complete package for 2 includes premium tickets for the All Ireland Hurling & Football Final, overnight accommodation in the Croke Park Hotel on both weekends and dinner for two included.
These are the first three of many fantastic prizes available, if you’re not in you can’t win.…/Hospital_Herbertstown_GAA…
Stay local: Remember to shop local and support local business. Respect social distance and stay at home as much as you can.
Learning GAA:
In response to the latest closure of primary schools, the GAA, supported by the Cumann na mBunscol, the GPA, the LGFA and the Camogie Association, are relaunching #GAAPrimary Challenges learning resources on
Smoke Free Club:
We will launch our Smoke Free Club initiative on February 17, this year Hospital Herbertstown Club aims to
To create a smoke and e-cigarette free club environment
To protect the health of all individuals involved with the club as well as
visitors to the grounds by keeping them safe from all smoke/e-cigarette
related harm.
To positively impact upon smoking behaviour
Resources: GAA’s Smoke & Vape Free Policy & Presentation
GAA Solo Challenge: Due to the worldwide Covid19 pandemic, we are living in very different times. The GAA / PDST Future Leaders Solo Challenge is designed to promote positivity, physical activity and wellbeing among young people, while encouraging them to stay at home and follow HSE guidelines at the same time.
It is a student and teacher challenge which will run for a number of weeks.
There will be different challenges each week, all linked to the modules in the programme
H-H Bord na Nog Every Step Counts: (healthy clubs initiative) We commenced the Every Step Counts Challenge on the Wednesday, January 13 and we have clocked up over 11,000 km as a club already. Well done everyone. This challenge can be done individually and in line with government recommendations within 5km of your home. Please download the mylife app and join your club in this challenge. This challenge will run for 7 weeks.
Condolences: The Club would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the O’Sullivan family and also to the Leddin family on their recent bereavement. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.
Memory Lane: Keep an eye on our social media pages for trips down memory lane for the club and county. If you have memories that you would like shared please email photo and details to and we’ll gladly share them.