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  • O'Byrne Cup Round 1 round-up
    By Paul Keane O'Byrne Cup Round 1 Longford 2-14 Kildare 0-14 Westmeath 1-11 Wexford 0-11 Offaly 1-17 Laois 2-12 Carlow 2-5 Wicklow 0-8 A commanding Longford performance that yielded goals from Joseph Hagan and Daniel Mimnagh ensured there'd be no opening day O'Byrne Cup win for new Kildare manager Jack
  • Leinster titles for Mattock Rangers and Rathgarogue-Cushinstown
    By Kevin Egan AIB Leinster Intermediate Club Football Final Mattock Rangers 1-14 Mullinavat 0-11 Mattock Rangers drew the curtain on Mullinavat’s fairytale run through the Leinster Intermediate club championship this afternoon, with a powerful second-quarter surge the key to their 1-14 to 0-11 win over the Kilkenny side in the
  • Mullinavat proving to be a Kilkenny football success story
    By Cian O'Connell In Mullinavat success and silverware has been attained playing Gaelic Football in recent years. Three Kilkenny SFC titles on the spin hinted at the promise which existed so Saturday’s AIB Leinster Club Intermediate decider against Louth’s Mattock Rangers is a most welcome surprise. Provincial victories over Ballyboughal
  • Tipp hurling's rising stars ready to push on in 2020
    By John Harrington Jake Morris believes Tipperary hurling’s rising stars are ready to really make their mark in 2020. Young players like Morris, Mark Kehoe, and Ger Browne were mainly used as impact substitutes with good effect during the Premier County’s All-Ireland winning campaign this year. Paddy Cadell and Jerome
  • Clann na nGael's thrilling adventure continues
    By Cian O'Connell These really are special times for Clann na nGael. Meath Junior Football and Intermediate Hurling Championship titles have been collected in recent months. Saturday’s appearance in the AIB Leinster Club Junior Football Final against Rathgarogue Cushinstown at Pairc Tailteann is the next assignment in a hectic campaign.

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Port GAA Juveniles Halloween Party 2019

A huge thanks to all our kids and parents who turned out for our Halloween Party on Sunday evening. We had plenty of fun, food and funky dancing from kids and parents alike. A special mention to our Juvenile Committee, Coaches and Parents for organising, decorating the hall, providing music and lights, and bringing along goodies which helped  make the evening a brilliant club and family event. We hope you enjoy some of the photos of the party below.

 

Family Fun Day Sunday 8th September

Family fun Day

Cúl Camp Fun at Portarlington GAA

And so ends another successful Cúl Camp at Portarlington GAA. Over 140 children enjoyed football, hurling, camogie, fun, friendship and fitness and over the week, we were blessed with good weather throughout, which greatly added to the kids enjoyment.

A big thank you to Laois GAA Coaching and Games Development and in particular club GDA Peter, Camp co-ordinator Cillian, and our wonderful young coaches from all around Laois; Colin, Tom , Sean, Naomi, Eva, Mary, Sile, Ciaran, Seth, John and Erone who put in a massive effort to ensure the camps success.

Our gratitude also goes out to our club volunteers and parents, who prepared the grounds and facilities for the week, Those who managed traffic and parking, made sure our facilities were clean and tidy each evening, and helped out with the children at lunchtime.

Thank you all for making the week that the children are sure to remember fondly.

Last chance to book Port GAA Cúl camp online.

Port GAA Cúl Camps

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Online booking for this years Port GAA Cúl camp will close tomorrow Friday the 26th July at midday.

But the good news is there are still some places available and for those unable to book online, you may register a child Monday morning at the GAA Centre.

Excitement is building as we prepare to host our annual Cúl Camp, This years Portarlington GAA Cúl Camp will take place from Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August for Children aged 6 to 13.

This year we are delighted to announce that in addition to Football, Hurling and Camogie will also be part of our Camp for the first time.

The cost for each child will be €60 per child with discounts available for 2nd child €55 and 3rd child €45, included in the price each child receives a training jersey, training top and back pack  pictured below.

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Booking is available online at http://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie by clicking the button below

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