Mullinavat (@1.5) vs Graigue Ballycallan (@2.87)
30-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Mullinavat will win

Mullinavat – Graigue Ballycallan Match Prediction | 30-09-2019 06:30

The GBC 50 Committee are in the process of compiling a special souvenir publication to commemorate this special occasion, which will be launched on the 22nd November.We now need your help and are appealing for old photographs spanning the last fifty years. As you are all aware, 2019 sees Graigue-Ballycallan GAA Club celebrate the Golden Jubilee of its foundation. These photographs can be of past teams, mentors, officials, supporters, celebrations indeed any subject relating to the Graigue-Ballycallan GAA Club and its history since 1969.Photographs to be published will be chosen by the editor but in order to have a pictorial record of what Graigue-Ballycallan GAA has meant to this community since its foundation, we need your assistance.Photographs will be copied and returned in a timely fashion to those who wish to contribute.Please contact Philomena Brennan (086) 0655854 if you feel you can help.

Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling League 2017 Group A DateRoundOppositionVenueTimeResult 22/04/171stFeniansTullaroan19:00Graigue Ballycallan 1-10 Fenians2-13 05/05/172ndGlenmorePiltown19.00Graigue Ballycallan 1-15 Glenmore 2-10 19/05/173rdDunnamagginCallan19:00Graigue Ballycallan 1-14 Dunnamaggin 1-11 10/08/174thTullaroanFreshford19:30Graigue Ballycallan 1-12 Tullaroan 0-23 23/08/175thTullogher RosberconHugginstown16:45Graigue Ballycallan 2-13 Tullogher Rosbercon 0-2016/09/2017Relegation SFSt. LachtainsJenkinstownGraigue Ballycallan 2-15 St.

We played three tough competitive games against Clara, Danesfort and Ballyhale coming out on top of all three games. U8 Camogie News: Sun Sept 1stA lovely way to finish up the U8 Camogie Session at Danesfort Family Fun Day. The girls worked really hard today and all year showed great attendance at training and all their matches.

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Graigue-Ballycallan GAA Club would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who entered our annual Match Forecast Competition.

The winners dominated the first half when backed by the wind blowing down the field from the town end. Thanks to six points from the impressive John Walsh, three from equally impressive veteran Willie ODwyer and a 25th minute goal from a long range shot by centre-back, Michael Malone they were good and deserving leaders by 1-12 to 0-4 at the break.

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All cars should be parked in the car park. At a recent meeting of GBC Committee it was decided, for Health & Safety reasons and child safety to issue the following notice: Players, Trainers, Parents & Supporters are asked not to drive on to or park on the grass at either pitch. If access is required, members are requested to check with Maurice Ronan.

Clara v Ballyhale Shamrocks, Nowlan Park Saturday 3.45pm

The evening finished with goodies and presentation of a sliotar from the club to each girl to practice the skills they learned over the summer. Attendance at training/matches was excellent throughout the summer and hopefully well see the girls back next April for more fun. We finished our season on Wednesday 28th with a hard fought match v Tullaroan in Kilmanagh.

We had a great year with the girls, they have all improved so much and we are already looking forward to whats to come next year. Our girls played Urlingford for their last match of the season Wednesday evening. Each girl was presented with a hurling ball and a certificate for their hard work this year. Well done girls we are so proud of you all! It was a great evening, the girls played great and came out with the win!

Keep an eye on the page and texts for details regarding the final.The future is certainly bright for St Brigids thanks to these young stars! Congratulations to our U12 team who are through to the final after a fantastic win over Dicksboro in the Semi Final last Friday 13th September. They now hope to continue their unbeaten record and bring home the title of U12 champions. Details to be confirmed. Final score: 9-6 to 3-2.Scorers: Nicola Kenny 2-1, Siobhan Kenny 2-1, Joanne Brennan 2-0, Katie Ronan 2-1,Roisin Foley 1-0, Tara Cody 0-2,Mollie Conroy 0-1.Thank you very much to all who came to support the girls. The determination and workrate that all players put in was phenomenal. They will face John Lockes in the Final. It was a superb display of camogie with fierce defending from the backs and goalie and serious scoring from all of our forwards.

However, the winners defence stood up well to the pressure, with full-back Tom Aylward in terrific form, but they showed some nerves before docking in safety in a match in which they were the better team. Graigue were on top in terms of possession as the Vat pulled back players, which left them with no one to win or hold the ball up front.

All cars should be parked in the car park. If access is required, members are requested to check with Maurice Ronan. At a recent meeting of GBC Committee it was decided, for Health & Safety reasons and child safety to issue the following notice: Players, Trainers, Parents & Supporters are asked not to drive on to or park on the grass at either pitch.

IMPORTANT:Please note that all injuries to GBC players while training or playing for the clubmustbe notified to Martin Prendiville Mobile: 0873779658 or email: [email protected] within 7 days of the incident. Parents of underage players must send thenotification.Information regarding Physios: In instances where a player requires the services of a physiotherapist the clubs physio will carry out an initial examination and recommend a course of treatment. Players and parents/guardians are of course free to attend a physiotherapist of their choice but are liable for the cost of the visits unless they have been referred by the Club Physio. If further referral is required the Club Physio will advise the players and parents/guardians accordingly.Please note that there is no cost to players, adult and juvenile, attending the Club Physio.