Carraig na bhFear GAA – Reeling in the Years

A Chairde, Carraig na bhFear CLG hopes everyone is keeping safe in these challenging times and coping as best they can. As the GAA season remains in limbo, and the pace of life is somewhat slower, the opportunity to reflect presents itself. With this in mind, Carraig na bhFear CLG is beginning the process of recording the clubs history, from the reformation of the club in the nineteen fifties to the present day. AND WE NEED EVERYBODYS HELP! Because the story of Carraig CLG is your story. Please find a link below to a word document which allows members to fill in as many details as they can recall in respect to any games, victories, defeats, occasions that happened in the last 60- 70 years. Every bit of information is vital. The gaps are big and it is only with your help that we can paint the picture. The word document can be filled in via a variety of ways, and don’t restrict yourself to filling out just one copy. The format can be repeated numerous times, for numerous memories and numerous teams Please share the document with other family members, mothers, fathers, grandparents etc. The document is also for all our underage players as a means for them to record their journey both to the present day, and for the future. You can send your filled out forms either by email to pro.carraignabhfear.cork@gaa.ie, or alternatively, you can post the forms to Conor Hegarty, Gormlee, Carraig na bhFear. We hope with the return of GAA Activity that we will be able to put a drop off box in the...

Registration night 2020

Carraig na bhFear GAA Club Registration Night Saturday 1st February 8:00pm – 9:00pm Venue – Scoil an Athar Tadhg Registration Night 2020 takes place for all members on Saturday 1st 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 form Juvenile Registration Form 2020 Juvenile Player Code of Behaviour 2020 Young Player Code of Behaviour – Carraig na bhFear GAA Adult membership form Adult Registration Form 2020 Juvenile Membership rates are unchanged for 2020: 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 2020: 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...

Gear Sale 2019 – This Tuesday

Club Gear Sale Tuesday 22nd October 7pm – 8pm Carraig na bhFear Juvenile GAA Club are holding a Club Gear sale on Tuesday 22nd October from 7.00pm to 8:000pm in the Club house. Please complete 1 order form per player. Payment must be made in full on the night. Plenty of sample sizes will be available to try on and we would advise to do so as sizes may differ. Pictures of the gear are on the order form. Orders will be taken on Tuesday night only to ensure delivery before Christmas and must be paid in full on the night. Please note that this will be the only gear sale for the winter. Download and print your order form here (use Microsoft Word for best formatting): Club Gear...

Carraig na bhFear 5k Results 2019

Thanks to all who attended our fifth annual 5K Road Race on Tuesday 20th August in Carraig na bhFear. The rain held off and conditions were perfect for running. A record number of participants took to the line once again, thank you to all who support this fundraiser each year. The overall winner in the mens category was Kieran McKeown, who came home in a time of 16:05, a fantastic time, well done Kieran. Following in home in second place was Nathan O’Leary in a time of 16:21. Hot on his heels was Evan Fitzgerald in third place with a time of 16:28. Well done lads, mighty running! In the ladies race, after numerous place finishes in recent years, victory went to local primary school teacher Claire O’Brien, who ran a brilliant race to win in a time of 18:58. Well done Claire! Second place went to Linda O’Sullivan with a speedy time of 19:27, while third place went to Louise Murphy, showing Conor how it’s done with a time of 20:59. Congratulations ladies, fantastic times all round! Well done to all who participated. We hope to see you all back again in 2020 when we hope to host the race again for it’s sixth edition. If you have any feedback, good or bad, please do contact us, either via the website, our facebook page, or in person. We want to continue to build on this and make it as good an event as it can possibly be, so we are all ears! Many thanks to the large number of stewards who manned the course on the night, it was...