Anyone interested in having their children take part in the brilliant game of hurling can send their child along to St. Mary’s at any stage. We have teams from U6 all the way up to adult level. Our club prides itself on making the playing and training environment a fun and enjoyable experience for all of our players in a family friendly setting. Our coaches are are all Garda vetted and actively in engage in coaching courses to ensure quality coaching. The skill levels and robust nature of hurling can be off putting to newcomers but the earlier a child takes up a hurley, the quicker the game becomes natural to them. A full list of training times for each age grade along with mentor contact details can be found on our website www.stmarysclonmel.gaa.ie or contact Juvenile Chairman Brendan Cagney at 086 2436893 for more information.
Congratulations to Liam Ryan on being part of the victorious Mary I team who won the Fitzgibbon Cup and also to Ciaran Barrett of Clonmel Og. The team is managed by the inspirational Jamie Wall, a cousin of the Kennedy family.
Many thanks to all of our helpers at our first bag pack in Martins Supervalu last Friday and to the general public of Clonmel for the generous support shown toward our club. A special mention to Gerard Deely for coordinating the collection.
With 2017 now in full flow, our membership drive is now underway. Once again, our subscriptions remain unchanged at €50 per family and €40 per single member. Payments can be made to registrar David O Donnell or any committee member.
Currently we have pitchside signage oppurtunities available for business organisations at our club grounds on the Western Rd. For more details, email stmaryshurlingclub@gmail.
com or phone at 086 2436893.
We send our condolences to the family and friends of Bridget Hennebry (Nee Peters) who passed away on Saturday. Bridget’s family links are synonymous with St.Mary’s. Bridget’s father Bill, along with her brothers all contributed and played with the club over the years, while her nephews and nieces continue that tradition today.
Ar dheis de go raibh a h-anam dilis.