Thursday, September 23, 2021

Club Notes - 22nd September

 
Championship 2021
In what was a very disappointing weekend all 3 of our remaining teams made their exits from the championship. The Junior A team went down to Brickies on Saturday afternoon, whilst later that evening the Minors were beaten in the Co Semi Final by De La Salle. Unfortunately, our fortunes didn’t improve on Sunday when we were defeated by Dungarvan in the Senior Hurling Quarter Final.
Obviously, all involved are bitterly disappointed, but the season is far from over as we now knuckle down to the football. On behalf of everyone we’d like to thank all involved in the hurling championships, from players to mentors and backroom staff for all their efforts.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Tony & Siobhan O Mahony were drawn and picked number 16. When turned this was not the Joker, but they did win €50. Margaret Cliffe and John Hurney won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €2,000.
 

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Results

County Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final
Abbeyside 1-18 Dungarvan 5-16 – Fraher Field, Sunday, 19th September
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Semi Final
Abbeyside 2-13 De La Salle 1-18 – Carrickbeg, Saturday, 18th September
 
Western Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship Semi Final
Abbeyside 2-12 Brickey Rangers 0-20 – Colligan, Saturday, 18th September
 
County Senior Hurling Championship Group B Round 2
Abbeyside 3-21 Ballyduff Upper 0-9 – Fraher Field, Sunday, 12th September
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Round 6
Abbeyside 1-18 De La Salle 3-17 – Gracedieu, Sunday, 12th September
 
Western Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship Quarter Final
Abbeyside 1-20 Kilrossanty 1-13 – Saturday, 11th September
 
County Senior Hurling Championship Group B Round 1
Abbeyside 1-16 Ballygunner 1-22 – Walsh Park, Sunday, 5th September
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Round 5
Abbeyside 2-17 Mount Sion 0-7 – Mount Sion, Sunday, 5th September
 
Western Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship Round 3
Abbeyside 2-32 Kilgobnet 3-7 – Fraher Field, Saturday, 4th September
 
Western Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship Round 2
Abbeyside 2-11 Fourmilewater 3-16 – Dungarvan Club Grounds, Friday, 3rd September
 
Western Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship Round 1
Abbeyside 2-6 Ballyduff Upper 2-22 – Cappoquin, Sunday, 29th August
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Round 4
Abbeyside 1-11 Ballygunner 3-19 – Abbeyside, Sunday, 29th August
 
Western Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship Round 2
Abbeyside 5-23 Geraldines 2-10 – Fraher Field, Friday, 27th August
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Round 3
Abbeyside 1-16 Portlaw / Ballyduff 1-16 – Abbeyside, Wednesday, 25th August
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Round 2
Abbeyside 3-15 Clonea 1-17 – Abbeyside, Sunday, 22nd August
 
County Senior Football Championship Final (2020)
Ballinacourty 0-13 Rathgormack 0-10 – Walsh Park, Saturday, 21st August
 
Western Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship Round 1 & County Hurling League Division 5 Final
Abbeyside 3-11 Brickey Rangers 1-17 – Dungarvan Club Grounds, Friday, 20th August
Abbeyside won 4-2 on penalty pucks
 
County Minor Hurling Championship Division 1 Round 1
Abbeyside 3-24 St. Carthage’s 3-13 – Lismore, Wednesday, 18th August
 
County Minor Hurling Development League Round 3
Abbeyside 2-8 St. Carthage’s 5-21 – Lismore, Thursday, 22nd July
 
County Hurling League Division 5 Group B Round 2
Abbeyside B 3-11 Ballydurn 1-14 – Newtown, Wednesday, 21st July
 
County Hurling League Division 1 Group B Round 3
Abbeyside 3-9 v Tallow 3-12 – Tallow, Tuesday, 20th July
 
County Football League Division 3 Group B Round 3
Ballinacourty B 0-11 Rathgormack B 3-8 – Abbeyside, Sunday, 18th July
 
County Football League Division 1 Group B Round 3
Ballinacourty A 0-13 Gaultier 1-9 – Abbeyside, Thursday, 15th July
 
County Minor Hurling Development League Round 2
Abbeyside 1-10 An Ghaeltacht 1-10 – An Rinn, Thursday, 15th July
 
County Hurling League Division 5 Group B Round 2
Abbeyside B 1-18 Colligan 0-15 – Abbeyside, Sunday, 11th July
 
County Hurling League Division 1 Group B Round 2
Abbeyside A 2-16 Roanmore A 1-12 – Roanmore, Friday, 9th July
 
County Minor Hurling Development League Round 1
Abbeyside 7-14 St. Pat’s / Naomh Bríd 2-10 – Abbeyside, Thursday, 8th July
 
County Minor Football Development League Round 2
Ballinacourty 7-8 St. Pat’s / Naomh Bríd 0-7 – Abbeyside, Thursday, 1st July
 
County Football League Division 1 Group B Round 2
Ballinacourty A 2-20 Brickey Rangers 0-6 – Bushy Park, Thursday, 30th June
 
County Football League Division 3 Group B Round 2
Ballinacourty B 0-5 Stradbally 1-10 – Stradbally, Thursday, 30th June
 
County Hurling League Division 5 Group B Round 1
Abbeyside B 0-23 Roanmore B 1-14 – Abbeyside, Sunday, 20th June
 
County Hurling League Division 1 Group B Round 1
Abbeyside A 0-27 De La Salle A 1-20 – Abbeyside, Friday, 18th June
 
County Minor Football Development League Round 1
Ballinacourty 1-8 St. Carthage’s 2-7 – Abbeyside, Thursday, 17th June
 
County Football League Division 3 Group B Round 1
Ballinacourty B 2-17 Sliabh gCua 2-11 – Abbeyside, Saturday, 12th June
 
County Football League Division 1 Group B Round 1
Ballinacourty A 0-18 Clashmore 0-6 - Clashmore, Friday, 11th June
 

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Club Notes - 15th September


Championship 2021
We are now at the business end of the hurling championship season and we still have 3 teams alive and kicking.
The Junior A team had a great victory over Kilrossanty in the Western Quarter final last Saturday and now face the challenge of The Brickies this coming Saturday. Having played out a draw in the group stages we are expecting another tough game. This game is in Colligan at 14.00 which means we’ll have a bit of time for a quick bite to eat before heading to Carrickbeg where the Minors are taking on De La Salle in the County A semi-final at 18.15. This is a repeat of last years semi final where we came out on top after a terrific game. Hopefully we will see a repeat this weekend.
Then of course there is the small matter of a Senior Hurling Quarter Final against Dungarvan on Sunday. As with every derby previews will be written and the match played numerous times beforehand on the street corners & local hostelries with rumours abounding on both sides of the bridge of serious injuries etc. However, at the end of the day it’ll come down to 14.00 Sunday in Fraher Field.  Knockout championship: you can’t beat it!!
Best of luck to all the teams and all going well we’ll have a lot more to look forward next week.
 
Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final
Abbeyside v Dungarvan – Sunday 19th September @ 14.00 in Fraher Field
 
Minor Hurling Championship Div 1 Semi Final
Abbeyside v De La Salle – Saturday 18th September @ 18.15 in Carrickbeg
 
Junior A Western Championship Semi Final
Abbeyside v Brickey Rangers – Saturday 18th September @ 14.00 in Colligan
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Steven O Connor was drawn and picked number 25. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Shane Briggs and E Tobin won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,900.
 

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Club Notes - 8th September

 
Championship 2021
The championship action continued this week with all three adult teams inaction. The Junior A continued their good run of form with a victory over Kilgobnet whilst both the Senior and Junior B teams went down to defeats against Ballygunner and Fourmilewater respectively. Meanwhile the minor team had a good victory over Mount Sion on Sunday morning last.
All the above are in action again this weekend with the Junior A’s the 1st team into knockout competition when they take on Kilrossanty in the Western Quarter Final.
 
Senior Hurling Championship
Abbeyside v Ballyduff Upper – Sunday 12th September @ 13.30 in Fraher Field
 
Minor Hurling Championship Div 1
Abbeyside v De La Salle – Sunday 12th September @ 10.30 in De La Salle
 
Junior A Western Championship Quarter Final
Abbeyside v Kilrossanty – Saturday 11th September @ 13.30 in Bushy Park
 
Junior B Western Championship
Abbeyside v Lismore – Friday 10th September @ 19.30 (venue to be confirmed)
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Paul Lennon was drawn and picked number 32. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Louise & Kevin and Gail Sandford won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,800.
 

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Club Notes - 1st September


Championship 2021
The championship action continued this week with the Junior A hurlers taking pride of place following a good victory over The Geraldines. Our minor team had a drawn game versus Portlaw/Ballyduff Lower and were on the wrong end of the result against Ballygunner last Sunday in the field. Meanwhile the Junior B team were beaten by Ballyduff in their first outing of the year.
All the above are in action again this week with the Senior hurlers also making their championship debut for the year.
 
Senior Hurling Championship
Abbeyside v Ballygunner – Sunday 05th September @ 13.30 in Walsh
Minor Hurling Championship Div 1
Abbeyside v Mount Sion – Sunday 05th September @ 11.00 in Mount Sion
Junior A Western Championship
Abbeyside v Kilgobnet – Saturday 04th September @ 15.00 in Fraher Field  
Junior B Western Championship
Abbeyside v Fourmilewater – Friday 03rd September @ 19.30 in Dungarvan
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
Unfortunately, we had no winners in this month’s draw.

Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Bryan Cosgrave was drawn and picked number 18. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Shane Briggs and Deirdre Wade won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,700.
 

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Club Notes - 25th August

 
Glory Glory Ballinacourty
Saturday 21st August is a day that will be etched in the history of our club for ever more, as for the 1st time we travelled East to win a Senior title. Having lost out to our opponents Rathgormack in the 2019 decider we knew we were in for a battle. And thus, it proved to be as we were made battle to the very end before finally shaking off a very determined challenge from excellent challengers.
Having waited 9 months for the opportunity to avenge the previous final’s defeat, it would have been reasonable to expect a few cobwebs that needed to be blown out of the system. But from the outset the lads applied themselves magnificently, launching themselves into every tackle as if their life depended on it. The intensity certainly had the desired effect as we proceeded to take control all over the field. We got the scoreboard ticking over when Furry landed a point from play which was followed up by a free from Aaron. Rathgormack rallied and levelled before the water break before taking the lead for the only time shortly thereafter.
Faced with a deficit the lads really knuckled down and reeled off the next 4 points, with Podge rolling back the years, scoring 3 and a superb score from Seanie up from wing back. 2 points up a half time we were in a decent position but certainly expected a ferocious effort from Rathgormack at the beginning of the 2nd half as they strived to keep a hold of the title. This proved to be the case as they hit the next 2 points to level affairs again.
Now was the time to stand up and be counted and you could see the effort levels rise all over the field as “veterans” Furry and Podge stepped up to rattle off 2 great scores to give us a 2-point cushion again. Captain Michael chipped in a with score either side of 2 Rathgormack frees. Next up was the score of the game as a sublime diagonal ball from Furry found Podge who duly obliged with another minor.
Shortly after Stenners pulled of an amazing point blank save to keep us in the lead. Frees were exchanged before John took off on a solo sojourn into enemy territory winning a vital free which Podge made no mistake dispatching. 2 points up with the clock ticking down we withstood a sustained final assault before lifting the siege as Podge kicked his eight point. We were now over the 4 minutes injury time indicated and Rathgormack launched one last free into the kitchen where Conor rose like a colossus to take possession and with that Tom Mansfield blew the final whistle and Courty had annexed our 7th Senior title.
There were great scenes of excitement in an outpouring of emotion that can only come with winning a county title. Players, mentors and supporters celebrated as one with Podge accepting the Man of the Match award to great applause and then the roar went up as Michael climbed the steps to accept the Conway Cup on behalf of this great team. Having thanked all involved 3 cheers were raised for our gallant opponents and then it was down to the serious job of getting the celebrations going. There is something special in the immediate aftermath, where you get the sense of just what it means to be a part of this great club. Happy, smiling faces everywhere and real sense of togetherness as a community. As the great Tony Mansfield often said, “One Parish, One Club”.
Not being of the vintage to remember the side of the 70’s this was the best Ballinacourty performance this writer has had the pleasure to be witness to. The effort and application was top class all over the field and it’s a credit to Lar and management team of Gary, Mattie and Conor that they devised the perfect game plan which the players executed to great effect. This was a victory that was long in the planning with every detail and eventuality planned for.
Each and every player made a significant contribution. Stenners was he usual assured self, whilst Daragh, John and David snuffed out any danger that came their way in a solid full back line. Seanie, Brian and Tom were well on top in their defensive duties and caused difficulties with their constant attacking runs. At midfield we had the 2 powerhouses Conor and Neil who put in two massive performances combining unreal energy and no little skill. Furry and the 2 Michaels worked tirelessly in the half forward line hassling and harrying and cutting out the Rathgormack running game at source whilst also chipping in with some invaluable scores. At full forward Podge played like a young fella with 8 points and then we had the 2 bundles of energy Aaron and Dean who were a constant threat and were always available to take possession. Of course, this was more than a 15 man effort and everyone of the panel contributed, with the lads coming on Conor, James, David and Mark putting in great performances.
To win a county title requires the help and support of a great many people and thankfully in Abbeyside / Ballinacourty we are blessed with the people involved. The backroom team of JD, Emer, Kevin and Ravis have worked tirelessly behind the scenes and then there is our sponsors who we owe a huge debt of gratitude to. Jack O Hare and Adesco have been our main sponsor for a number of years and we are eternally grateful for their continued support. Also, we need to make mention of John Shanahan who sponsored the gear for the final all the way from the USA. Thanks to you all.
 
Panel Stephen Enright, John Elstead, Darragh McGrath, David Montgomery, Sean Whelan Barret, Brian Looby, Tom Looby, Conor Prunty, Neil Montgomery, Michael Kiely, Mark Ferncombe, Michael O Halloran, Dean Beresford, Patrick Hurney, Aaron Beresford, Brian Enright, Conor McCarthy, James O Mahony, David Collins, Mark Twomey, James Beresford, Daithi Brennock, Colin Foley, DJ Kiely, Shane Briggs, David Looby, Stephen Cliffe and Cian Fagan.

Captain Michael O'Halloran lifts the Conway Cup

Players and Supporters Celebrate Victory


 
Championship 2021
As we finally closed off the 2020 championship the 2021 edition kicked off this week with the Minor and Junior A in action.
The Minors recorded 2 fine victories versus St Carthages and Clonea respectively whilst the Juniors drew with The Brickies. This game doubled up as the Division 5 County League Final and so a penalty shoot out was needed to decide the destination of the cup. Sean Daly, Eoin Kiely and Maurice Power all scored while Lar Power saved two penalties before stepping up and scoring the decisive one himself to secure our 1st silverware of 2021. Well done lads.
The action continues to come thick and fast as the Junior B team also begin their championship campaign.
 
Minor Hurling Championship Div 1
Abbeyside v Portlaw / Ballyduff – Wednesday 25th August @ 18.45 in Abbeyside
Abbeyside v Ballygunner – Sunday 29th August @ 11.00 in Abbeyside
 
Junior A Western Championship
Abbeyside v Geraldines – Friday 27th August @ 19.00 in Fraher Field  
 
Junior B Western Championship
Abbeyside v Ballyduff – Sunday 29th August @ 16.00 in Cappoquin
   
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
The next draw will take place on 26th August.

Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Ray Moloney was drawn and picked number 24. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Fiona Flynn and Paul Lennon won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,600.
 
Congratulations
Along with the County Final celebrations there were plenty of other revelries around the Village over the weekend with 2 weddings taking place. Congratulations to Riche Foley and Aoibhean Geary and Kenneth Kelleher and Richael Boland on their nuptials. We wish them long and happy lives together.
 
Sympathy
All in the club were saddened to hear of the untimely passing of Paddy Coyne last week. Paddy was a member of the committee for many years and was a mainstay of fundraising activities for a long time. We offer our condolences to his family at this difficult time.
 

Sunday, August 22, 2021

2020 County Senior Football Champions

On behalf of everyone in our club, we would like to congratulate our senior footballers and management team on their fantastic 0-13 to 0-10 victory over Rathgormack in the delayed 2020 County Senior Football Championship Final at Walsh Park yesterday. This three point win saw us capture our seventh title and first since 2013. Skill, craft, agility, determination and passion were all on display throughout the sixty plus minutes of action. Thanks to the lads for brightening up some difficult days and to our supporters, both those who were fortunate to be in attendance and those who watched and listened at home, for their loyalty and dedication to the club. Well done also to Patrick Hurney, who rolled back the years, to put on a man of the match display, scoring eight points.

2020 County Senior Football Champions


Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Club Notes - 18th August

 
Intercounty
On Monday last the Waterford minor hurlers with, Billy O Connell, Charlie Treen, Seanie O Callaghan, Aidan Higgins, Darragh Walsh and Jack McGrath all involved unfortunately came up short in the Munster Final against Cork. This was the first final appearance in quite a while so all involved can be satisfied with their season.
 
County Final 2020
After a few false starts, we will finally get to play last year’s Senior Football County Final against Rathgormack this coming Saturday in Walsh Park. Preparations have been ongoing for a while now and we wish Lar and all the lads the very best as we look to bring the Conway Cup home for the 7th time. Throw-in is at 17.00.
 
Championship 2021
Also kicking off this week we have the 2021 championships with both the Minor and Junior A Hurlers in action.
The Minors are first into action with a game against St Carthage's on Wednesday followed by a home encounter with Clonea next Sunday. Meanwhile the Junior A’s kick off their campaign against The Brickies on Friday.
 
Minor Hurling Championship Div 1
Abbeyside v St Carthages – Wednesday 18th August @ 18.45 in Lismore
Abbeyside v Clonea – Sunday 22nd August @ 11.00 in Abbeyside

Junior A Western Championship
Abbeyside v Brickey Rangers – Friday 20th August @ 19.00 in Dungarvan Club Grounds  
 
Club Summer Camp
The field was a hive activity last week as our annual Summer Camp returned after a hiatus last year. A great time was had by all the children, and we’d like to thank our coaches throughout the week, Michael O Halloran, Brian Looby, Neil Montgomery, Michael Kiely, Eoin Kiely, Roisin Tobin, Aisling Tobin, Stephen O Connor and Conor Prunty.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
The next draw will take place on 26th August.

Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Stags & Jerry were drawn and picked number 45. When turned this was not the Joker, but they did win €50. Edwina Farrell and Eileen O Donovan won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,500.
 

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Club Notes - 11th August

 
Intercounty
Unfortunately, the Waterford Senior Hurlers came up short in their All-Ireland semifinal against Limerick last Saturday. On behalf of everyone in the club we like to offer our commiserations to all involved, including our own lads Conor, Neil and Michael, and especially our thanks for the superb entertainment offered up over the past few weeks and months. Ye were a credit to yourselves and brought a great deal of joy to thousands.
On Monday the minor hurlers played Cork in the Munster Final with Billy O Connell, Charlie Treen, Seanie O Callaghan, Aidan Higgins, Darragh Walsh and Jack McGrath all involved. Hopefully we’ll be able to report some positive news next week.
 
Championship 2021
With the intercounty season now complete it’s time to gear up for the club championship. And what a game we have to kick things off with the 2020 Senior Football Final against Rathgormack fixed for Walsh Park at 17.00 on Saturday 21st August.
The games will be coming thick and fast from there on with the hurling championship for our 3 adult teams beginning in the next few weeks also.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
The first draw of this year’s Deise Super Draw took place recently and Niamh Briggs won €100. The next draw will take place on 26th August.

Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Louise O Donnell was drawn and picked number 40. When turned this was not the Joker, but she did win €50. Ger D’Arcy and John Hurney won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,400.
 

 

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Club Notes - 28th July

 
County Leagues
The county leagues continued last week with the final round of the hurling. In Division 1 we were beaten by Tallow (3-18 to 3-09) whilst we had a victory over Ballydurn in Division 5.
 
Intercounty
The Waterford Senior Hurlers recorded a fantastic victory over Galway in their All-Ireland Qualifier last Saturday and progress now to meet Tipperary in the Quarter Final in Cork next Saturday at 13.30. Hopefully, we see another good performance to see us progress and we wish the team and mentors the very best of luck and in particular our own lads Conor, Neil and Michael.
Also, during the week, the Cathal Sweeney was in action for the Minor Footballers, who unfortunately were defeated by Cork. On this Tuesday the minor hurlers face Tipperary in Cork with Billy O Connell, Charlie Treen, Seanie O Callaghan, Aidan Higgins and Darragh Walsh all involved. We wish, all involved the best of luck.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Ken Walsh was drawn and picked number 8. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Mollie Phelan and Neil Moore won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,200.
 

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Club Notes - 21st July

County Leagues
The county leagues continued last week with the final round of the football. The Seniors recorded a 1-point victory over Gaultier on Friday last (0-13 to 1-09), whilst the Intermediate team were beaten by Rathgormack (0-11 to 3-08).
The final games in the hurling league section will take place on Tuesday 20th July (Division 1 away to Tallow) and Wednesday 21st July (Division 5 away to Ballydurn).
 
Intercounty
Both the Waterford U-20 teams were out of luck last week as the hurlers were beaten by Tipperary on Monday and the footballers beaten by Tipperary also. Hard luck to all involved.
There was better news from Nowlan Park on Saturday where the Senior hurlers overcame Laois in sweltering conditions in their All-Ireland Qualifier. Next up is Galway in Thurles at 14.00 on Saturday. Hopefully, we see another good performance to see us progress and we wish the team and mentors the very best of luck and in particular our own lads Conor, Neil and Michael.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
The Deise Super Draw kicks off on July 29th (please note the change of date). This has always been one of the clubs primary fundraising avenues so we would appeal to all member to please sign up and support not only the club but Waterford GAA in general. Tickets are available from any committee member.
 


Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Angela Allen was drawn and picked number 1. When turned this was not the Joker, but she did win €50. Terence Condon and Richie & Sonia won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,100.
 
 

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Club Notes - 14th July

 

County Leagues
Our good start to the county leagues continued last week with both our hurling teams recording good victories. On Friday, the Seniors travelled to Roanmore and came away with a 2-16 to 1-12 victory whilst on Sunday morning in our own field the Junior’s overcame Colligan by 6 points, 1-18 to 0-15. The final games in the league section will take place on Tuesday 20th July (Senior away to Tallow) and Wednesday 21st July (Junior away to Ballydurn).
This week it’s back to football as the Seniors have a home fixture with Gaultier on Thursday 15th at 19.30 and the Intermediates entertain Rathgormack on Sunday at 12.00.  
 
Intercounty
The Waterford U-20 footballers scored a superb victory over Clare last Thursday and we’d like to extend our heartiest congratulations to all involved, especially to our own lads Colin Foley and DJ Kiely. Next up is a trip to Thurles on Thursday to take on Tipperary in the Muster Semi Final. Best of luck to all involved.
Also, in action this week were the U-20 hurlers who played Tipperary on Monday evening. Obviously at time of writing we don’t know the result, but hopefully we can report on a positive result next week. Michael Kiely is on the panel and Shane Briggs a member of the management team.
Following defeat to Clare the Senior hurlers begin their journey through the Qualifiers with a game in Nowlan Park this Saturday at 14.00. Hopefully, we can get out season back on track and we wish the best of luck to all involved and in particular to our own lads, Conor, Neil and Michael.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
The Deise Super Draw kicks off on July 29th (later than advertised on the poster). This has always been one of the clubs primary fundraising avenues so we would appeal to all member to please sign up and support not only the club but Waterford GAA in general. Tickets are available from any committee member.



Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last and after rolling over for a long period the jackpot of €4,400 was won by Louise Kennedy with number 24. Mary Rose O Connell and E Tobin won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €1,000.
 

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Club Notes - 7th July

 
County Leagues
The county leagues resumed last week following our enforced break. On Wednesday both the Senior and Intermediate football teams were in action. The Seniors scored a good win over The Brickeys whilst the Intermediates were defeated by Stradbally.
This week it’s back to hurling as the Seniors play away to Roanmore on Friday at 7.30. Meanwhile the Juniors have a home game versus Colligan on Sunday at 12.00.  
 
WLR/Granville Hotel GAA Award
Congratulations to Conor Prunty on winning WLR/Granville Hotel GAA Award for the month of May. Conor put in a man of the match display against All Ireland champions Limerick in Round 3 of the Allianz National Hurling League.  This is a well deserved honour and we wish Conor and his teammate the very best for the remainder of the championship.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.
 
Deise Super Draw 2021
The Deise Super Draw kicks off on July 14th. This has always been one of the clubs primary fundraising avenues so we would appeal to all member to please sign up and support not only the club but Waterford GAA in general.
 


Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Club Notes - 23rd June

 
County Leagues
Our good start to the County Leagues continued last weekend when Senior and Junior hurling teams had good wins over De La Salle and Roanmore respectively
We continue this Friday evening when the Senior hurlers make the trip to Tallow for a 7.30 throw in, whilst the Junior’s are also on the road with a game versus Ballydurn on Sunday at 11.00.  
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.
 
Championship Predictor
Our new fundraising initiative kicks off this weekend with the commencement of the Intercounty championships. This is the ideal opportunity to prove your tipping prowess and be in with a chance to win fantastic cash prizes. Entry forms are available from any player or committee member. Don’t miss out your chance to be crowned The GAA Guru!
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Louise O Donnell was drawn and picked number 41. When turned this was not the Joker, but she did win €50. Denis Cosgrave and Sandra Cliffe won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €4,200.
 

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Club Notes - 16th June

 
County Leagues
The playing season for our adult teams kicked off last weekend with the beginning of the county leagues for 2021. First into action were our Senior footballers who recorded a good win over Clashmore on Friday evening whist the Intermediate team defeated Sliabh gCua in the club grounds on Saturday.
We continue this week when the hurlers enter the fray. On Friday evening at 7.45 we have a home fixture versus De La Salle in the Senior league, whilst the Junior’s also have a home game versus Roanmore B on Sunday at 12.00.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.

Intercounty
The Waterford Senior hurlers recorded a god win over Tipperary on Sunday last. There is a 2 week break now until the beginning of the Munster Championship and we wish all involved the best in their preparations.  The footballers put in a good performance against Antrim on Sunday also, but unfortunately came out on the wrong side of the result. Again, there is a 2-week break before Clare again provide the opposition in the 1st round of the Munster championship. Hopefully, preparations go well in the interim.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Darrel Ryan was drawn and picked number 34. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Brian Looby and Yvonne Sheehan won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €4,100.
 

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Club Notes - 2nd June

 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.

Intercounty
The Waterford Senior hurlers continue their league campaign on Sunday next when they travel to take on Galway. We wish all involved the very best of luck and in particular our own lads, Conor, Neil and Michael.
 
Sympathy
On behalf of al in the club we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the Clarke family on the death of Bonny. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Elaine Smyth was drawn and picked number 11. When turned this was not the Joker, but she did win €50. Kevin Shields and The 6 Grandkids won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €3,900.
 
All Star Bingo
Our online bingo continued last Saturday night when a large number of players were online. On the night there was €2,300 up for grabs. We will be taking a break now for a while as the long summer evenings kick in, but we do hope to run a few special events in the coming months so please watch this space. We are extremely grateful to each and every one of the players who have supported us over the past 16 weeks and hope to see you all again when we return.
 

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Club Notes - 26th May

 
Championship 2021
The draws for the group stages of the Western Championships took place last Friday evening and the following are the groups pertaining to our teams
Intermediate Football – Ballinacourty, Colligan & Sliabh gCua
Junior A Football – Ballinacourty, Shamrocks & Geraldines
Junior A Hurling – Abbeyside, Kilgobnet, Geraldines & Brickey Rangers
Junior B Hurling – Abbeyside, Ballyduff Upper, Fourmilewater & Lismore
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
Kevin will be in the club grounds this coming Saturday between 10.00 and 11.30 to collect membership.

Intercounty
It was a super weekend on the intercounty front for Waterford with both Senior teams winning. The footballers had a great win over Wexford on Saturday and the hurlers following up with victory over All Ireland champions Limerick on Sunday. Congratulations to all involved and especially our own players, Brian, Aaron, James and John in the football and Conor, Neil and Michael in the hurling.
 
Sympathy
On behalf of all in the club we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the O Connell family, Ballinacourty on the death of Ollie. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Tiernan Murray was drawn and picked number 3. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Fiona Flynn and Richie Ryan won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €3,800.
 
All Star Bingo
Our online Bingo continues this Saturday night with at 8pm on the ZOOM Platform. Following this week we will be taking a break for a while. We are extremely grateful to each and every one of the players that have supported us over the past 16 weeks. We hope to run a number of special events throughout the summer so please watch this space.
This weekend will have €2300 up for grabs. Books are available to purchase through the following link and cost €12 for a Single and €18 for a Double Book. bit.ly/abbeysidebingo . Books will be emailed to those who purchase after 2pm on Saturday.
You can keep up to date on the weekly prize fund through our All-Star Online Bingo Facebook page. 
If you or anyone you know isn’t too tech minded, we can arrange to have the Bingo books delivered out - just get in contact with us either by email on allstaronlinebingo@gmail.com or by phoning (083) 1213777.
 

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Club Notes - 19th May

 
Antisocial Behaviour
Unfortunately, we are being forced once again by a wholly unsavoury element within our community, to address issues surrounding loutish behaviour at our grounds in the Burgery. On Friday night last a large number of youths took it upon themselves to hold an alcohol fueled party on our main pitch. If this wasn’t bad enough, the idiots involved proceeded to light a large fire, endangering both themselves and potentially causing significant damage. Club officers were forced to head out in extremely inclement weather close to midnight and on arrival found a scene of chaos with the perpetrators scattering in several directions, in their haste abandoning 3 cars. The Gardai were called to the scene and the registrations of these cars were taken. On Saturday morning, a cleanup of a significant amount of glass bottles and cans had to take place before our juvenile academy took to the field.
This sort of reprehensible behaviour has no place in a civilised society, and we are at a loss to understand the mentality of the cretinous individuals involved. 
As a club we can no longer tolerate this sort of behaviour and as such we have taken the decision to close the club grounds to all but club members. The Gardai have been informed to arrest anyone found to be trespassing and engaging in this sort of behaviour going forward. This is a step we are taking reluctantly, but as it is obvious there is a cohort locally who have no regard for civilised behaviour we are faced with no alternative.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.

Intercounty
We had a number of players involved in intercounty activity last weekend. The Senior hurlers had a 3 point win over Westmeath and unfortunately the footballers were on the wrong end of the result against Carlow.  Both teams are in action again this weekend as the footballers make the journey to Wexford for a 3pm throw in on Saturday whilst the hurlers renew rivalry with Limerick in Walsh Park at 3.45pm on Sunday.
We wish all involved the very best of luck, in particular our own lads, Brian, Aaron, James and John in the football and Conor, Neil and Michael in the hurling.
 
Sympathy
On behalf of all in the club we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to John Kelleher, Ballinacourty on the death of his brother Paul in Millstreet. Since coming to Abbeyside many years ago John has been a great supporter of our club and his sons Michael and Kenneth remain involved today.
We also extend our sympathies to the Margaret Hogan Ballinacourty on the death of her sister Marie Currie. Of course the Hogans have a deep history with our club and our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Maurice O Donnell was drawn and picked number 40. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Pakie Hurney and John Cosgrave won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €3,700.
 
All Star Bingo
Our online Bingo continues every Saturday night with at 8pm on the ZOOM Platform. We are extremely grateful to each and every one of the players to have supported us over the past 15 weeks.
This weekend will have €1850 up for grabs again with €400 extra on offer in game 7 for a full house in 50 calls or less. Books are available to purchase through the following link and cost €12 for a Single and €18 for a Double Book. bit.ly/abbeysidebingo . Books will be emailed to those who purchase after 2pm on Saturday.
You can keep up to date on the weekly prize fund through our All-Star Online Bingo Facebook page. 
If you or anyone you know isn’t too tech minded, we can arrange to have the Bingo books delivered out - just get in contact with us either by email on allstaronlinebingo@gmail.com or by phoning (083) 1213777.
 

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Club Notes - 12th May

 
Senior Championships
The draws for the respective Senior Championships took place on Friday evening last. In hurling we were drawn with Ballygunner and Ballyduff Upper, whist the football group consists of An Rinn and Stradbally. As with last year the hurling will be played off first with the start date dependent on the success of the Waterford Senior teams.
Of course, there is also the not insignificant matter of the 2020 Senior Football Final to be played. At time of writing this is scheduled to take place 2 weeks after the end of our intercounty season.
 
Membership
As we return, we would like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
 
Intercounty
The intercounty season commenced last Sunday when the Senior hurlers made the trip to Pairc Ui Chaoimh to take on Cork. Unfortunately, it wasn’t our day with Cork coming out with a 7-point victory. However, in the condensed format this year there is an opportunity to get the 1st win when Westmeath are the opponents in Walsh Park on Sunday next at 13.30. Best of luck to Conor, Neil and Michael and the rest of the team.
The footballers also enter the fray next weekend when they take on Carlow in Fraher Field on Saturday at 19.00.  Best of luck to all involved especially club players Brian Looby, James Beresford and Aaron Beresford.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Hollie, Sadie, Katie and Joey O Sullivan were drawn and picked number 4. When turned this was not the Joker, but they did win €50. Páidi Shields and Jonathan O Donovan won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €3,600.
 
All Star Bingo
Our online Bingo continues every Saturday night with at 8pm on the ZOOM Platform. We are extremely grateful to each and every one of the players to have supported us over the past 14 weeks.
This weekend will have €1850 up for grabs again with €400 extra on offer in game 7 for a full house in 50 calls or less. Books are available to purchase through the following link and cost €12 for a Single and €18 for a Double Book. bit.ly/abbeysidebingo . Books will be emailed to those who purchase after 2pm on Saturday.
Congratulations to Noreen Brackett who won our spot prize last weekend and to Neil Moore who won €250 in Game 7.
You can keep up to date on the weekly prize fund through our All-Star Online Bingo Facebook page. 
If you or anyone you know isn’t too tech minded, we can arrange to have the Bingo books delivered out - just get in contact with us either by email on allstaronlinebingo@gmail.com or by phoning (083) 1213777.
 
Bingo - Week 15


Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Club Notes - 5th May

 
Austin Flynn RIP
The word legend is probably the most overused word in the English language, but it would be hard to find anyone who would disagree with the describing Austin Flynn as such. It was with great sadness that we learnt last Monday that our club president had passed away. He leaves behind a massive legacy in this parish and beyond and will be greatly missed by his family and great many friends.
Growing up in Abbeyside we were immersed in the tales of the great players who had worn the jersey. These giants who soldiered in the Blue and Gold or Green and White, but one man always stood head and shoulders above all others. He was a mythical character for us not fortunate enough to have seen him play. We were regaled with stories of his clashes with Ring and Rackard, titanic tussles with some of the greatest ever players, how he led us to 4 senior finals, patrolling the edge of the square like a colossus, his leadership on and off the field and his unstinting drive and commitment.  
And then you get to meet the man and you realise he wasn’t one for pedestals. The epitome of a gentleman, never too busy and always with a story to tell. He was an extremely eloquent speaker and a fantastic conversationalist who spoke with authority on a great many subjects; hours could drift by as you might be taken back in time to his days with the scouts, his love of sailing or just a catchup on the latest goings on around town. But more than anything he maintained a great love and knowledge of hurling, his in-depth analysis even catching the eye of The Sunday Game where he popped up as a guest a few years back. His great passions of course were Abbeyside and Waterford, like us all he longed for the day when either would return to the summit.  Unfortunately, this didn’t come to pass, but we know when our time comes, he will be there with us in spirit. He was and always will be one of us!
Austin first came to prominence in the Town & Local Area U-16 Hurling League in 1948, when two Abbeyside teams contested the finals. Then in 1949 when we re-entered a minor team he was on board, going on to win successive County Minor football medals in 1950/51. He played corner back on the team which won the County Junior Hurling Championship in 1950 and was a mainstay at senior level for the next 20 years, playing in four finals and winning Sargant Cup medals in 1963 & 65. He also of course played football winning an Intermediate title in 1965 and served on the club committee with a stint as Chairman in 1968.
At intercounty level, Austin played Minor hurling for Waterford before graduating to the Senior team in 1953, where he went on to cement his position at fullback. Of course, his feats in this arena are well documented, he played in 3 All Ireland finals, winning in 1959, 6 Munster finals, winning 3 provincial medals as well as National League and Oireachtas titles along with 2 Railway cup medals with Munster. He was named on the Gaelic Weekly All Star hurling teams in 1963, 1965 and 1967 and was selected on the Rest of Ireland team on three occasions. In addition he was, unsurprisingly named at full back on Waterford’s Team of the Millenium.
Known simply as Aushteen he was a proud Abbeyside man and all of Abbeyside were proud of him. He will be greatly missed, but no more so than by his daughters Janice and Anita, his grandchildren and extended family and all in the club extend our deepest sympathies at this difficult time.
Our “prince of fullbacks” has gone to take his place on the celestial 15.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
 







Return To Play
Following the resumption of Juvenile training last month we will at last see our Adult teams return to the field on Monday next, 10th May. This is fantastic for all involved and hopefully a sign we are slowly but surely getting back to normal. As per the procedures in place last year teams will be allocated areas of the ground each evening so, please contact Michael O Donovan to book your time.
 
Membership
As we return, we’d like to emphasis the importance of getting your membership paid as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, please contact our membership officer Kevin Tobin on 087 9954448 to arrange payment. From a playing perspective it is compulsory that you are a member as it ensures you are included in the insurance scheme. Rates for this year are Adult €150 / Student €75, Married Couple (non-playing) €70, Single (non-playing) €50 and OAP €40. Of course, members of our 300 Club are fully covered.
 
Intercounty
Following the excitement of their run to the All Ireland Final last year we were all eagerly awaiting the return of the Waterford Senior Hurling team to action. On Sunday next thankfully that wait comes to and end when they take the field against Cork. We have 3 players on the panel this year with Michael Kiely joining Conor Prunty and Neil Montgomery. During the week it was confirmed that Conor would remain as captain which is a great honour and a fitting recognition of the qualities he possesses. We wish him and his team all the best for the year ahead.
 
Jack The Joker
The ever-popular Jack The Joker draw took place on Monday night last. Shaun Hallihan was drawn and picked number 20. When turned this was not the Joker, but he did win €50. Jimmy Lenihan and Ned Murray won €25 each. The jackpot next week will be €3,500.
 
All Star Bingo
Our May Bank Holiday Mega Bingo with €3,000 prize fund was a massive success last Saturday night. Margaret McNamara and Claire Barry were our big winners on the night scooping €500 each in our two main games.
This weekend we will have €1850 up for grabs again with €400 extra on offer in game 7 for a full house in 50 calls or less. Books are available to purchase through the following link and cost €12 for a Single and €18 for a Double Book. bit.ly/abbeysidebingo . Books will be emailed to those who purchase after 2pm on Saturday.
Congratulations to Monnie Whelan, Margaret Hogan and Sharon Curran and who won our spot prizes last weekend. We are extremely grateful to the O’ Mahony family in O’ Mahony Cycles Abbeyside and to Jane Casey for their generous sponsorship of these prizes.
You can keep up to date on the weekly prize fund through our All-Star Online Bingo Facebook page. 
If you or anyone you know isn’t too tech minded we can arrange to have the Bingo books delivered out - just get in contact with us either by email on allstaronlinebingo@gmail.com or by phoning (083) 1213777.

Bingo - Week 14


Club History
Abbeyside / Ballinacourty GAA Club was formed in 1967 as a result of the amalgamation of Abbeyside Hurling and Football Clubs and Ballinacourty Football Club. It is situated within the Parish of Abbeyside, Ballinroad and Garranbane. Located on the eastern side of the River Colligan, it forms the northern and eastern shorelines of Dungarvan Harbour from Abbeyside Church to Ballinacourty Lighthouse
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Development Fund
Abbeyside/Ballinacourty GAA Club has been growing at a dramatic pace over the past 10 years with the population of our parish increasing rapidly. We must ensure that we have the best facilities for all our players. We want to ensure that the next generation have the facilities that they need and deserve. We are asking supporters and friends to support this project over the next five years.
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Strategic Plan
Past generations have had their visions for the future of our club. These are our current aims and with these achieved we hope to hand on the club to future generations in the same healthy state it was passed onto us.
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