MUNGRET ST PAUL’S GAA.
EVERY STEP COUNTS
Mungret St. Pauls are pleased to announce that they are taking part in the Every Step counts in January. We will have more details coming up in the new year so get your runners ready, your fitbit charged and the Irish Life app downloaded.
CASH FOR CLOBBER
Thank you to everyone who dopped off their bags for the Cash for Clobber. We were delighted with the response.
Condolences to the O’Doherty family on the passing of Mary Falvey, mother to Maureen, mother in law to James, grandmother to players Eoin and Cian and their partners, extended family and friends.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilis
Heartiest Congratulations to Caitríona Rice on receiving the Seamus McCluskey Club Person of the Year 2022. Caitríona received this award for her outstanding work, commitment and dedication to the Club in 2022.
Well done to all the recipients who received medals for their success on the playing field in the last 12 months. Sincere thanks to Killian Ryan who presented the medals. And a special word of thanks to Santa Clause who took time out of his very busy schedule to greet all the underage members that packed out the Clubhouse on Saturday last.
Underage Disco this Friday in Community Centre
The club Agm took place on Sunday 11 December in the community centre, it was well attended. There was no change in officers as all this years officers were reelected with exception of our Childrens officer, Trish Barry who will be stepping back and Yvonne Markham will assume the role with Trish helping in the background. We would like to thank and acknowledge Trish for her years of commitment to the role we look forward to welcoming Yvonne on board. With this change comes the reminder to make sure your garda vetting is up to date- why not get it done now while we have a break.
It was great to get a treasurers report which showed that the club is coping well, the push on the development funding is healthy but if we are to hope to get the ball wall and astro turf and a start on the main pitch behind the current ball wall we need commitment from more members and business to push us on to the funding we require.
Donal Fitzgibbon in his address expressed his Thanks to all our volunteers who have helped in any way through the year. Without our volunteers the club would not exist. Our coaches are seen to be encouraging our players to do their best in GAA, but we also have unseen volunteers like those that raise funds and look after our facilities, all of which are very important to the running of the club.
Mungret St. Pauls would like to express their condolences to all who have lost a loved one during the year and also congratulate those who have welcomed a new player into their families. Thank you to everyone who has supported us through 2022, we look forward to seeing you again in the new year.