CLG OISÍN GLENARIFFE
AWARD WINNERS 2017
Lady Gaelic Football Player of The Year – Laura McMullan
Lady Gaelic Football Player’s Player of the Year – Coleen Patterson
Team Assistant of The Year – Brendan Murray
Club Person of The Year – Gerard Black
Supporter of The Year – Pat Mc Toal
Special Award for Dedication to Juvenile Teams – Paul Gillan
Minor Player of The Year – Eoin McCusker
Junior Player of The Year – Daniel Haughey
Senior Player of The Year – Kieran McKendry
Most Improved Senior Player of The Year – Paddy Burns
Most Dedicated Senior Player of The Year – Michael Gettens
Minor Player’s Player of The Year – Paul McMullan
Junior Player’s Player of The Year – James Haughey
Senior Player’s Player of The Year – Alex O’Boyle
Club’s Player’s Player of The Year – James Haughey
The registration days for renewing club membership are on the 6th and 17 February 2018 – see club Website and Facebook pages for details.If you cannot make it on any of these dates you can access the online registration page here :-
If you prefer, you can complete the appropriate form(s) which can be downloaded here
and pass with renewal fee to either Gerry Cosgrove our Treasurer or Clare Fyfe our Registrar
Scór is a GAA competition that combines all the colour and rivalry of gaelic Games with the social/fun element of Ireland’s traditional past-times.Oisín CLG aim to promote Scór Sinsir for those of you over 17 years of age on 1 January 2018.Oisín CLG competed in Scór in years gone by as recently as 2012,2013 and 2014.This year ,following the recent participation of our young Gaels in the Scór Na nÓg Table Quiz at Dunloy, our Cultural Officer is now looking to enter an adult team in the Scor Sinsir Table Quiz.Please become involved and represent our club again! The closing date for entries this year is 4 February 2018.Contact Maggie McToal on 0774871878 for details.
Full details of Scór are here :- https://www.facebook.com/AontroimGAA/videos/1390531647682638/
Conor McGourty, Ulster Player Welfare Officer will be hosting a Concussion Workshop in the Antrim GAA Office on February 7th from 7-8.15pm. This workshops is open to all club members, coaches, parents and players.
The Concussion workshop will look at the following:
What is concussion?
New protocols of the GAA on concussion
Recognition signs and symptoms
How to deal with concussion
Helping players cope
Return to play
Player welfare and burnout
If you would like to attend, please register your interest with email@example.com. Alternatively, Conor can also deliver a workshop for any particular club. Please contact Conor for details.