Monday, March 16, 2020

ABP sponsored Ferrybank GAA Weekly Notes

FIXTURES/MATCHES:
As we all know, all sporting activities in the GAA have come to a halt for the time being. We are not too sure when the GAA will resume the matches. As any news come to hand, we will keep everyone posted. In the meantime, please stay safe.

CLOTHING COLLECTION:
The Clothing collection is now continuing. If you have any of the following items, drop them down to the GAA grounds;
-        Clothes
-        Paired Shoes
-        Belts
Please do not send down any DUVETS OR PILLOWS.

FIELD FIXERS:
The Field Fixers have helped finance all capital development in Ferrybank GAA club since 2002. It is a donation scheme, paid via direct debit, whereby people kindly contribute €25 per month (this also covers membership for the year).
So far, this scheme has financed our main and juvenile field drainage, the installation of our running track and ball-stoppers, the construction of the hurling alley, and most recently, the utility works, concreting and tarmac work in the club’s car-park.
The club is about to embark on an exciting development that will aid the Ferrybank community as a whole. In order to achieve this, we need more Field Fixers to help us.
If you are interested in becoming a Field Fixer, please contact Nicky Heffernan (087 672 4212) and/or email ferrybankgaa@gmail.com
Many thanks to all our Field Fixers, past and present. Your kind contributions continue to help us to pave the way for the future of Ferrybank.

Monday, March 9, 2020

ABP sponsored Ferrybank GAA Weekly Notes



INTERMEDIATE HURLING:
The Intermediate hurlers were defeated by Shamrocks in their opening game of this year’s All-County Hurling League on a score-line of 3-11 to 1-12 last Saturday afternoon.

COUNTY DUTY:
Hard luck to Mark O' Brien, MJ Sutton and the Waterford Senior hurling team that was defeated by Limerick last Saturday evening in their Allianz Hurling League.
Well done to Iona Heffernan and the Waterford Senior Camogie team that recorded a great win over Clare in Cratloe last Saturday afternoon.

CAMOGIE A.G.M.:
The Camogie Club will hold its A.G.M. this coming Friday March 13th at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall. It’s time to reflect on the last 12 months of the club's activities, and more importantly the year ahead. We would ask everyone associated with the club to come along, particularly any new people, who would like to get involved with the Camogie side, no matter how big or small you can contribute, we would be delighted to see you there.

CLUB NURSERY:
The Club Nursery is up and running on a Saturday morning for children between the ages of 4 to 6. It starts at 10am. Boys and girls are most welcome to come along, where hurleys and helmets are provided. Initial training sessions will take place in the alley.

MEMBERSHIP:
Annual membership is now due, and we would encourage all players to pay ASAP; Adults fee €70, Students/Unemployed is €25.

MOTHERS & OTHERS:
The Mothers & Others Ladies Football team is now back in training for the season ahead. Training takes place in the Alley every Tuesday night at 8pm. If you would like to get involved with the Mothers & Others team, no matter what level of Football you have, please come along, where you will receive a warm welcome, and excellent training skills.

ANGELA BURNS MEMORIAL 10K:
The Angela Burns Memorial 10k Run/Walk will take place on Sunday April 26th at 11am from the GAA grounds. This event is open to everyone, from runners, joggers, pram-pushers, walkers etc., and we would encourage everyone to come along and enjoy this great day out. Entries are now been taken on www.totaltiming.ie, with runners costing €15 chipped) and walkers €10.

FIELD FIXERS:
The Field Fixers have helped finance all capital development in Ferrybank GAA club since 2002. It is a donation scheme, paid via direct debit, whereby people kindly contribute €25 per month (this also covers membership for the year).
So far, this scheme has financed our main and juvenile field drainage, the installation of our running track and ball-stoppers, the construction of the hurling alley, and most recently, the utility works, concreting and tarmac work in the club’s car-park.
The club is about to embark on an exciting development that will aid the Ferrybank community as a whole. In order to achieve this, we need more Field Fixers to help us.
If you are interested in becoming a Field Fixer, please contact Nicky Heffernan (087 672 4212) and/or email ferrybankgaa@gmail.com
Many thanks to all our Field Fixers, past and present. Your kind contributions continue to help us to pave the way for the future of Ferrybank.

Monday, March 2, 2020

ABP sponsored Ferrybank GAA Weekly Notes


INTERMEDIATE HURLING:
Ferrybank’s Intermediate hurlers play Shamrocks this coming Saturday March 7th in Ferrybank at 3:30pm in their opening game of the All-County Hurling League.

CLUB NURSERY:
The club will begin training sessions for its nursery group, aged 4 to 6, on Saturday March 7th at 10am.  Boys and Girls are welcome where hurleys and helmets are provided. Initial training sessions will take place in the hurling alley. All are most welcome to come along and attend.

COUNTY DUTY:
Hard luck to MJ Sutton, Mark O' Brien and the Waterford Senior hurling team that were narrowly defeated by Tipperary in the Allianz Hurling League in Thurles last Sunday afternoon.

MEMBERSHIP:
The annual membership is now due, and we would encourage all players to pay ASAP; Adult fee €70, Students/Unemployed fee €25.

MOTHERS & OTHERS:
The Mothers & Others ladies Football team has resumed training for the coming year. Training takes place every Tuesday night in the Alley at 8pm. If you would like to get involved, please come along, where you will receive a warm welcome.

ANGELA BURNS MEMORIAL 10K:
The Angela Burns Memorial 10k Run/Walk will take place on Sunday April 26th at 11am. This event is open to everyone, and you can register now online on www.totaltiming.ie, with Runners costing €15, Walkers €10.

FIELD FIXERS:
The Field Fixers have helped finance all capital development in Ferrybank GAA club since 2002. It is a donation scheme, paid via direct debit, whereby people kindly contribute €25 per month (this also covers membership for the year).
So far, this scheme has financed our main and juvenile field drainage, the installation of our running track and ball-stoppers, the construction of the hurling alley, and most recently, the utility works, concreting and tarmac work in the club’s car-park.
The club is about to embark on an exciting development that will aid the Ferrybank community as a whole. In order to achieve this, we need more Field Fixers to help us.
If you are interested in becoming a Field Fixer, please contact Nicky Heffernan (087 672 4212) and/or email ferrybankgaa@gmail.com
Many thanks to all our Field Fixers, past and present. Your kind contributions continue to help us to pave the way for the future of Ferrybank.