Masses for the deceased members
The annual mass for deceased members of all clubs in Armagh is on Thursday 23rd November at 7.30pm St. Malachy’s, Armagh Our own annual mass for deceased members is on Sunday 26th November at 11am St. Mochua’s Church Can all attending either or both masses please wear club colours Thank you
Social Event
All welcome.
Fitness Class
Class resumes next Wednesday.
U14 County Trials
Well done to Aideen, Sinead, Clara, Grace, Emma and Maeve 👍🏻🔵⚪️
Armagh Camogie Secretary
Congratulations to our own Aoife Woods on being re-elected as Armagh Camogie Secretary for 2018!
Casement Cup
Congratulations to the 6 Derrynoose lads that were part of the victorious St. Patrick High School Casement Cup winning team tonight beating St. Mary’s Magherafelt. 💪🏻🔵⚪️🏆🏆
Best of luck lads!
Best of luck to the Derrynoose lads on the St Patricks High School Keady Casement Cup hurling panel who play St. Mary’s Magherafelt in the Casement Cup Final tomorrow (Friday 17th November) at 7pm in the Dub, QUB. Conor Mcgrory Stephen McKearney Shane McNaughtonShea McNaughton Sean McGuigan and Mark Lennon 🔵⚪
5 days left to vote for Anthony Farrell
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Club Bulletin
Annual Mass for Deceased menbers of Derrynoose GAC on Sunday 26th November at 11am.
Vote For Anthony!
The names of the 9 coaches shortlisted in theTranslink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year Awards have been announced. Members of the public are now being called upon to get behind the finalists and vote to decide who the overall winner will be – Official Antrim GAA – Kevin Gough, St. John’s GAC Armagh GAA – Anthony Farrell, Derrynoose St. Mochua’s Cavan County ...
GAA Tackling Bullying
Let’s try and stop bullying in any shape or form. GAA should be enjoyed by all 😃🔵⚪️
Rugby & Football @ The Club
Social club is open this evening for the rugby and football live in the bar! Ireland v South Africa 5.30pm kick off (rugby) Denmark v Republic of Ireland 7.45pm kick off (football) 🇮🇪 🍻
Culloville Blues GAC and Naomh Mochua Doire Núis GAC amongst the first official GAA Healthy Clubs to receive national recognition · The award winning Healthy Clubs Project (HCP) aims to turn clubs into hubs for health in their communities · With almost the same number of GAA clubs as GPs across Ireland, the project offers a new setting in which ...
Recreational fitness for adults of all ages returns again this autumn. Classes commence in the community centre on Wednesday November 8th at 7.45pm – 8.30pm. Everyone welcome. £2 donation.
Well done to Frank and Rita!
Well done to Frank and Rita who received an award today in Croke Park on behalf of our club for all the hard work that they put in to making our club a stand out club for Health and Well-being 👍🏻🔵⚪️
U14 Division Camogie
A great year for our club in camogie winning our first ever u14 Division 1 championship and County Féile. 👍🏻🏆🏆🔵⚪️
Armagh Ladies Presentation Night
Our u14 and u12 girls will be receiving their awards on Saturday. Well done again girls, 2017 was a great year for our club 🔵⚪️🏆
Deceased Members Mass
A chairde His Eminence Cardinal Sean Brady will offer Mass for deceased members of the Association in Armagh on Thursday 23 November at 7:30 pm in St Malachy’s Church Armagh. Le meas Pol
GAA Youth Forum 2017
Well done to underage coach and senior player Aaron Fox for representing our club at this year’s GAA Youth Forum that was held in Croke Park yesterday. Hopefully Aaron will be able to take some of the information and implement it through coaching in 2018 and beyond. 👍🏻🔵⚪️
2018 GAA Season Tickets
A Chara, With the 2017 Inter County Season now finished we have finalising the details for the GAA Season Ticket for 2018. Season Ticket pricing for 2018 has been confirmed by our finance dept. The following pricing will apply: Adult Season Ticket €120 Juvenile Season Ticket €30 Adult Club+ Season Ticket €200 As per 2017, The Club+ Season Ticket will allow the owner to ...
U14 County Camogie
Congratulations to our young u14 camogs who represented their County on Saturday at the Marion Mc Stay Perpetual Tournament – Anita Mc Kearney, Niamh Murphy, Blathnaid Campbell, Aideen Farrell and Sinead Quinn. These girls braved the cold and wet conditions to display their fantastic skills during the course of the day. A large crowd of supporters had arrived to watch ...
Well done girls!
Well done to Saorla and Onora Heavin who played at half time today in the county final at the Athletic Grounds 👍🏻🔵⚪️