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Mar 23, 2019 - 'Smoke Free' Poster Competition Results
The Clubs Health & Well Being Committee held a Poster Competition in the Primary School recently as part of the Club going 'Smoke Free' on 13th March. We thank all the children who took part. The winners were pictured with their entries along side Chairman Bernard Feeley & Health & Well Being Chairman Damien McHugh.
Mar 23, 2019 - Successful Table Quiz
Fun was had by all at our well attended table quiz in Jack's Bar on Friday 22nd March. There were 24 tables who were well tested by James McGrath and his team. After 6 sets of questions, the Dingbat and Picture Rounds as well as a 20point Music Round for song and artist, the clear winners were Conor Leonard, Aidan Leonard, Aine Leonard and Marie McGourty. Runners up - Paddy & Francis Keaney, Ian Corrigan and John Tracey. The 'Boobie Prize' went to the McCabe team - Kathy, Kelly, Stacey and Sinead.
We would like to thank all those who attended and special thanks to all our sponsors including Belleek Pottery, The Custom House and all those business who contributed to the raffle. Thanks also to the organisers, Linda, Leona, Tamara and John as well as Jack's Bar and to Quizmaster James McGrath.
Mar 21, 2019 - Under 15 Boys League Fixtures
The Under 15 Boys League gets underway this coming Saturday morning with a Home game against Derrygonnelly. We wish the players & management all the very best for the season ahead.
Mar 21, 2019 - Under 11.5 League Details
Under 11.5 League - DIVISION 3 - Gets underway this coming Saturday with a home game against Aughadrumsee. Fixtures & Rules attached for the season.
Rules for Under 11.5 (League)
a) A player shall have celebrated his/her 8th birthday prior to July 1st and be due to celebrate his/her 12th birthday on or after July 1st of the calendar year. This is a competition for boys and girls of an appropriate age for Primary 5, Primary 6 and Primary 7 only.
b) Smart Touch (size 3) footballs shall be used.
c) A player in possession of the ball is allowed one solo & one bounce or two solos and then must release the ball. If a player deliberately drops the ball to the ground or loses control of the ball once they have taken two touches, another player must touch the ball before the original player can touch the ball again. Penalty: Free kick from where foul occurred.
d) The ball may be lifted off the ground with the feet only.
e) All kickouts, restarts and free kicks can be taken from the hand or off the ground.
f) The player who is fouled takes the free and when an opponent fouls the ball e.g. overcarries it, the player nearest to the ball takes the free.
g) The opponent nearest to where the ball crosses the sideline, takes the sideline kick from the hands.
h) When a defender plays the ball over his/her own endline, the other team are awarded a free kick from the centre of the field opposite where the ball crossed the endline.
i) Playing Area is to be 90m x 40-50m (2 Playing Areas fit on 1 standard pitch).
j) Games are to be played at maximum 11 v 11.
k) Well secured portable goal posts shall be used (4.5m x 2.2m or similar). Training poles or flags may be used, when required. Cones shall be used to mark the boundary lines.
l) All scores (goals and points) are worth 1 point.
m) 4 periods of 10 minutes will be played as default. In the event of both teams agreeing, one further period of 10 minutes may be played. 50 minutes will be the maximum allowed playing time.
Mar 21, 2019 - Update 6: Last Man Standing
There are still 26 left going into the final week of Last Man Standing.
We may need to get the selections for the 4 National League Final Winners after this weekend to narrow the winning entrants. Currently if all 26 survive week 7 the sharing of the £500 will see people lift just under £20 each. More details will be revealed when we know how many survive week 7. Selections below.
Mar 13, 2019 - 5minutes with Stiofan Mullally our Main Sponsor
Stiofan Mullally of the Dugout Bar, Blacklion has been our main sponsor for 6years, we caught up with him and fired a few GAA related questions at him.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN BELCOO’S MAIN SPONSOR?
WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST GAA MEMORY?
Watching Donegal win the All-Ireland in 1992, I was only 7.
DID YOU PLAY GAA AND WHAT POSITION?
I played all ages up to senior as a half back.
HOW GOOD WERE YOU?
I had great potential but lacked the commitment needed.
WHO WAS THE BEST PLAYER THAT YOU PLAYED WITH?
Too many to name.
WHAT WAS YOUR GREATEST MOMENT PLAYING GAA?
I hadn’t that many.
BEST BELCOO PLAYER YOU HAVE EVER SEEN
BEST GAA MATCH THAT YOU WERE EVER AT
Kerry V Dublin 2013 Championship Semi-final, it was unbelievable.
BEST COUNTY GAME YOU HAVE BEEN TO
Fermanagh at the Ulster Final 2018, the atmosphere in Clones and at the pitch was fantastic.
BEST SCORE YOU HAVE EVER SEEN
Owen Mulligan’s great goal against Dublin after two dummy solos.
WORST GAME YOU HAVE EVER WATCHED
Fermanagh in the Ulster Final 2018!
MOST IMPORTANT SKILL IN GAA
WHICH CLUB DO YOU LIKE TO SEE DO WELL IN FERMANAGH APART FROM BELCOO?
WHICH COUNTY DO YOU LIKE TO SEE DO WELL APART FROM FERMANAGH?
BEST THING ABOUT THE GAA
It is an amateur game played by committed professionals.
The Shawshank Redemption.
FAVOURITE HOLIDAY DESTINATION
Too many to name!
BEST ADVICE YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED
The tip I got today (Wednesday) for the 4.50 at Cheltenham from Charlie Maguire
Mar 11, 2019 - Club Notes
P4 to P7 Skills Sessions continue this Saturday 16th March in the Community Centre or MUGA Pitch behind Centre (Weather Dependant). P6 & P7 Boys & Girls from 12noon to 1pm with the P4 & P5 Boys & Girls from 1pm to 2pm. Please bring drinks bottle, mouthguard and wear appropriate clothing.
Under 19 Cleenish Boys lost 2-10 to 0-9 away in Teemore on Sunday. They host Erne Gaels this Saturday at 12pm. Training continues Tuesday & Thursday night from 7pm for U15, U17 & U19 boys.
Under 16 Girls training continues tonight, Monday 11th March and Wednesday 13th March from 7pm to 8.15pm. There will be no Girls training on Monday 18th March with the Bank Holiday.
Best of Luck to Conor McAloon and Ciaran Flanagan who are part of the St. Michaels MacRory Cup Panel who play in the Final on Monday 18th March against Omagh CBS.
The Senior Ladies suffered an 8-11 to 1-3 defeat in their league opener in Lisnaskea on Sunday. Training continues at the field on Wednesday at 7pm and in KC Fitness on Thursday at 7pm.
The Senior Men had a 2-8 to 1-8 win in Eskra on Sunday. Training continues Tuesday night ahead of an away challenge in Killyclogher at 8pm on Friday.
MEMBERSHIP & ADVERTISING
Club Membership is due by the 31st March. We have several ways in which you can join. Club O'Raghalligh is one year formed this month and we have close to 150members at this stage. There are several benefits of signing up to the £20 a month subscription which includes your membership. Alternatively, there is a £10 a month option with other benefits or just make a one-off payment of £25 to be an Adult Club Member, £10 for Under 18's, £50 Family. Full details of all options can be found on the club website.
If any business would like to take up and Advertising Sign at the Football field. Please contact club Chairman Bernard Feeley. Again, details can be found on the club website.
SMOKE FREE CLUB
As part of the Club campaign to go ‘Smoke Free’ we hosted a Health Promotion Fair last Saturday which was very well attended. We thank all those who had tables and talks at the event as well as those who came out to support it. The Club is going Smoke Free this Wednesday 13th March.
Table Quiz in Jacks Bar on Friday 22nd March at 9pm. All welcome. Table of four is £20.
There are still 31 in the Last Man Standing as it enters week 6. Details on the club website.
Congratulations to Liam Magee who was elected to the position of Cathaoirleach of Coiste Naisiunta.
There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 4th March. Letters drawn were C, G, L, O, Z. Lucky dips went to Pascal Conway, Brian Lyndsky, Tony Cox and Clarissa Jones. Next draw is for a Jackpot of £5,800.
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