Féile Fast Approaching
We intend to hold a sponsored walk and run on the 10th March in aid of Féile 2016. Everyone is welcome to participate including young and old, so grab your trainers and put this date in your diary and help raise a few euro to host this prestigious event in June.
Our under 16 team will train again next Tuesday and every Tuesday evening for the foreseeable future.
Membership for 2016 for our juvenile players is now due. We ask for parents to co-operate with us and pay the membership as soon as possible. This is to make sure that all players are insured as if they are not members they are not insured which is outside our control.
Under eleven hurling training continues this Friday night between 6 and 7 pm. New members are always welcome and membership forms will be handed out on the night.
Underage Outdoor Hurling
The underage outdoor hurling season is nearly upon us again. The season starts on February 20th 2016 for anyone between the ages of 5 and 10. New members are always welcome and hurleys and helmets will be available on this date for new members. These sessions will be weekly on a Saturday morning between 10.30 am and 11.30. The next two Saturdays after this date which are February 27th and March 5th will be allocated as membership days where we hope to collect all the membership for the relevant age groups.
Under 10 and 13
Training for the under 10 and under 13 age groups will go ahead again this Friday night in the wall ball. The under 10 team will train between 7 and 8 pm and the under 13 team will train between 8 and 9 pm. All are welcome to attend.
All in the juvenile club would like to congratulate two young players in the club who recently picked up awards at our medal presentation night to recognise their achievements in representing Waterford in the Primary Game in 2015. The players that were honoured were namely Daire Slevin who represented Waterford in football and Alex Norris who represented Waterford in hurling. Both these young men show a great attitude towards their Gaelic Games and both indeed should have very bright futures in years to come for our club. Well done to both.