St. Patricks Day activities – Poc Ghearr, Poc Fada and Mrs. & Mrs!

It promises to be a busy St. Patricks Day in Carraig na bhFear, with a full day of activities on the schedule. It all starts with an Poc Gearr, St.Patricks day @10am from the College car park to the village. This is a Fun family event for all ages and in particular, the young hurlers who may not be old enough to take part in the longer equivalent later that morning. Refreshments in community centre afterwards. Then, it’s all off to Coole Cross for An poc fada at 11.30am. Teams of 3 €15 and all proceeds go to Marymount Hospice.   Also on St.Patricks night the Juvenile Club are holding a Mr.& Mrs Competition in the Arches Bar from 9pm. Come along and see some of our local couples put to the test on how well they know each other, or don’t?!? 😜 Food, music,raffle and great craic on the...

Registration Night takes place Friday 9th Feb

Carraig na bhFear GAA Club Registration Night Friday 9th Feb 7:30pm – 9pm Venue – Scoil an Athar Tadhg Registration Night 2018 takes place for all members on Friday next 9th February in Scoil an Athar Tadhg. Both Juvenile and adult members can sign up on the night and forms can be downloaded and completed in advance from the following links to help speed up the process for you: Juvenile membership Juvenile Registration Form 2018 Family membership Family Membership Registration Form 2018 (contains both adult and juvenile forms) Adult membership Adult Registration Form 2018 Juvenile Membership rates are unchanged for 2018: New member €30 Existing member €60 Two children €100 Three children €130 Family membership €200 (including annual club lotto subscription) Membership rates for the Adult Club remain unchanged for 2018: Player – €140 Student Player – €125 Non Player €125 Family membership €200 All memberships include an annual subscription to the club lotto. We look forward to seeing you all on the...

Clothes Collection for Juvenile Club this weekend 20th/21st Jan

If you need to make room for the Spring/Summer collections 2018 then look no further! Carraig na bhFear Juvenile GAA are holding a clothes collection next weekend. Just drop your unwanted clothes/bed linen/shoes off at the Community Centre between 4:00pm & 6.30pm next Saturday 20th or between 10.30am & 12.30pm next Sunday 21st. We will take care of it from there and all proceeds will go towards equipment for our juvenile teams for the coming year. Contact club officers for further...

Carraig na bhFear GAA Gear Sale this Thursday – Winter 2017

Club Gear Sale Thursday 9th November 7pm -8pm Venue – Club House Carraig na Bhfear Juvenile GAA Club are holding a Club Gear sale on Thursday 9th November in the club house from 7.00pm to 8.00pm. You can download the form here at the link below. Orders will be taken on Thursday night only to ensure delivery before Christmas and must be paid in full on the night. We will have some samples of different sizes to try on also on the night. Items available for purchase include Training top, training jersey and windcheater. You can see some pictures of the available gear below also. Please note that this will be the only gear sale for the winter.   Download and print your order form here: Order Form    ...

Carraig na bhFear GAA 5K Results 2017

The crowds gathered in tremendous numbers for the third annual Carraig na bhFear GAA 5k Race on Wednesday evening 9th August. Conditions were ideal and after some heavy rain in the week leading up to the race it was great to see the sun out once again for the race. In the end over 275 participants took part in the event, a fantastic turnout and up on the numbers from last year once again. For this, we want to say a huge thank you to all of our runners,joggers and walkers, without you the race could not be a success and we sincerely hope you had an enjoyable evening. Thanks to Nicky Pike for his organisational skills, it was a fantastic effort from Nicky and his crew ensured everything went off successfully. Míle buíochas to Pauline and her crew for the teas, coffees, sandwiches and delicious cakes, we may need to run another 5K after all of the goodies! Finally, many thanks to Noreen Murphy and all in Carraig na bhFear Athletic Club for their great support, which is vital to the running of the race. In the race itself, the winner in a thrilling finish was John Meade who stormed home in a time of 16:07. He was followed by Michael Corbett, last years winner, in a very impressive time of 16:09, while Tim Twomey was home in 16:32 to clinch third place. In the ladies category, Michelle Kenny won with a fantastic run in a time of 18:06. Second place went to Margaret Murphy who completed the course in 19:06, while third place went to last years...