MUNGRET ST. PAUL’S GAA CLUB NOTES
FIT 4 MOTHERS & OTHERS
We are delighted to bring the Fit4Mothers&Others program to Mungret St. Pauls starting on Wednesday evening 14th October at 7.15pm in the village pitch Mungret. Contact Cath for more details 0876533347. All females are welcome.
Fit4Mothers&Others is a collaboration of the AAI Fit4Life and LGFA’s Gaelic4Mothers&Others Initiatives. The 8-week programme is aimed at females aged 25 years + and the participants are involved in activities associated with both initiatives throughout. It is recognised that participants must develop basic mobility and athletic development prior to skill acquisition so the project enables the women involved to master their movement and athletic capability through to developing Gaelic football skills to culminate in a fun day to showcase all their new skills of both athletics and Gaelic football. Our programmes elucidate female visibility and boost partnerships amongst the wider community.
MEN ON THE MOVE
Men on the move returns with choice of Online AND Group* sessions.
(*group sessions pending government guidelines, sessions will be online/outdoors otherwise) Group sessions are starting on Tuesday 13 October at 8pm in Park Point (Beside Aldi on the Dublin Road). Online sessions on Zoom Thursdays starting 8 October at 7.30pm.
Pre- registration is essential on www.limericksports.ie/menonthemove for further queries email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Deepest sympathy to the Garvey family on the passing of Liam O’Doherty. Father to Sheila, father in law to Junior hurling Coach, PJ, grandfather to players Conor and James.
To their extended family and friends.
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While we are on Level 3 restrictions this means there are no matches but training within the regulations can still take place. We urge parents and players to be mindful and make sure you sanitize before and after a training session, bring your own well labeled water bottle, fill in the return to play on line form on the same day before your training session and if you are playing football please refrain from removing your mouthguard during training, if you do you will need to sanitize your hands before you continue training. If you or anyone in your household is unwell please do not attend training, phone your GP to seek further advice.
We would like to acknowledge all the work our coaches are doing in order to make sure their training session runs smoothly within the restrictions while keeping the training fun for our players.
The Lotto is a vital fundraising source for the club and all the more so while other fundraising activities remain suspended.
Please consider joining the Lotto online in order to support the Club as we continue to reopen and get all teams back playing.
You can sign up for the lotto online at:
There are a variety of ways to play online. You can sign up for 52, 25 or 10 weekly draws at a time or even ‘three lines in a week for €5’. All of these options allow you to auto renew so as to be sure that you are entered every week.
We would like to remind you that we do not allow dogs on our premises. We would ask that if you are attending any event in the club that you Please leave your dog at home, it will not make a difference if they are on a lead or the best behaved member of the family, not only is it a Health and Safety issue but there are a lot of children at our pitches most of the time and some children (and adults) do have a fear of dogs. Please help make our pitches a dog free zone. Thank You for your cooperation.