Corofin GAA Club (Galway)

Founded 1925

Co. Galway

Club Notes Week 27 July

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Best wishes to our senior, intermediate and junior teams who play their first games in their respective championships at the weekend.
The seniors play Oughterard at 2.30 pm on Sunday in Pearse Stadium. The game will be televised live on TG4.

The intermediate team play Dunmore MacHales in Tuam Stadium at 12:00 pm on Monday.

The junior team play Athenry in the junior championship, North, at 5.00 pm in Corofin on Monday evening.

Our minor team had an excellent win over Northern Gaels in the North Board championship on Wednesday evening, played in Corofin. The final score was 6-13 to 1-10.

Our under 16 team defeated Caherlistrane by 4-8 to 3-6 on Friday evening.

Full details of Galway GAA club championship ticketing policy are available on the Galway GAA website.

The July edition of the GAA Club Newsletter, which is packed full of news and information for club officers, players and members, is now available to read on the club website.

Now more than ever, our community is playing a key role in the support of our friends and families. As you may be aware, Corofin GAA are undertaking an ambitious program of Capital development with plans to develop a Clubhouse and indoor Astroturf for the benefit of members, in particular our underage players and the wider community. As part of this project, the Corofin GAA Capital Planning Committee are seeking interest for subject matter experts to provide guidance and support to this project. At the moment, we are looking for expertise in project management, vendor management, architecture, quantity surveying, civil engineering and/or broad building experience.

Your participation in the project would be appreciated whether that is a role to provide high level guidance / advice or actively participating in the project team. If you are willing to support this community effort, we would be happy to discuss further with you.

Contact club chairman Michael Ryder (086 8063166) in the first instance.

The club offers its sympathy to the family and friends of Jacqueline Deery, Letterkenny & Omagh, sister of Charlie O’Neill, Stripe; Vera O’Donoghue, nee Killilea, Dublin & Caherhugh. May they rest in peace.

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