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Upcoming Fixtures

ACFL Div 1 Rd 1

Portarlington V Killeshin away at 5pm on Saturday March 21st has been refixed for Sunday April 12th 12:00 throw in

U16 League Rd 1

Portarlington play Balllyroan Abbey Gaels in McCann Park on Monday 6th April at 11.30am

U14 League 

Rd 2 Portarlington play The Heath in The Heath on Saturday 28th at 4pm

All fixtures subject to change.

Results

Gala U14 League Rd 1

Portarlington 4-14

Ballyroan  Abbey Gaels 1-03

Training

U6 Football Training  every Sunday morning at 10am in the GAA Centre

Juvenile Hurling training is on Sunday morning at 11am.

Portarlington U14’s train on Monday at 7pm and Friday at 6pm

Port U16’s train at 7pm on a Monday and train/play matches at the weekend at various times

Port U12’s commence training for 2015 on the 26th of March

Port U8,U10,U10  teams will be returning to training soon so please check our FaceBook page for details.

Portarlington GAA Club Lotto

​No Draw due to St Patricks Day

What’s going on?

Portarlington GAA Membership for 2015 is now due.

Membership for 2015   Family-€60 Adult €40 Child €25. A further option for payment has been added for 2015 with the payment of €5 per week or €21 per month on a standing order a family will receive Club membership,a Laois County Draw ticket (worth €130) and entry into the club Lotto for the year.

POKER Tournament 

Portarlington GAA will be having its usual Poker Tournament in the Hall on Good Friday.Details on the Port. Facebook Page

Keep up to date with what’s going on in Portarlington GAA Club by liking our Facebook page (Portarlington GAA Club) or following us on Twitter @PortGAA or our website clgportarlington.com

Latest News

RESULTS

ACFL Div 3 Rd 1 Fixture (Juniors) Well done to our Juniors who had a great start  in their first competitive fixture of the year

 Portarlington 2-15

Kilcavan 0-10

The Juniors next fixture is away to local rivals O’Dempseys in three weeks time

FIXTURES

ACFL Div 1 Rd 1

Portarlington play Killeshin away at 5pm on Saturday March 21st

U16 League Rd 1

Portarlington play Balllyroan Abbey Gaels in McCann Park on Monday 6th April at 11.30am

 U14 League 

Rd 1 Portarlington play Ballyroan Abbey at 5.30pm on Saturday 14th in McCann Park

Rd 2 Portarlington play The Heath in The Heath on Saturday 28th at 4pm

TRAINING

U6 Football Training every Sunday morning at 10am in the GAA Centre

Hurling training is on Sunday morning at 11am.

U14 training on Monday at 7pm and Friday at 6pm

Port U16’s train at 7pm on a Monday and train/play matches at the weekend at various times

Our U8, U10, & U12 teams will be returning to training soon, please check our FaceBook page for details.

 

PORTARLINGTON GAA CLUB LOTTO WEEK 10

No Jackpot Winner

Numbers Drawn 3-7-19-23

€50 winners Mary Ryan, Droughill and Mary Mooney c/o Bingo

€25 winners J J Quinn c/o Bingo and C Costello c/o T Lawlor

Jackpot next week €3000

WHAT’S GOING ON?

Membership now due

Portarlington GAA Membership for 2015 is now due.

Membership for 2015   Family-€60 Adult €40 Child €25. A further option for payment has been added for 2015 with the payment of €5 per week or €21 per month on a standing order a family will receive Club membership,a Laois County Draw ticket (worth €130) and entry into the club Lotto for the year.

Poker Tournament

Portarlington GAA will be having its usual Poker Tournament in the Hall on Good Friday.Details on the Port. Facebook Page

Keep up to date with what’s going on in Portarlington GAA Club by liking our Facebook page (Portarlington GAA Club) or following us on Twitter @PortGAA or our website clgportarlington.com

Laois GAA present a Football Coaching workshop with Donie Buckley and Jerome Stack


Laois GAA Coaching And Games

PRESENT

Donie Buckley & Jerome Stack

 Developing Players For Game Scenarios

 This workshop is geared at coaches aged u-14 to Senior level.

Donie and Jerome have vast inter-county experience and we look forward to welcoming them on the day.

 When: Saturday, 21st March 2015

Venue: Fr.Browne Avenue, Portlaoise (Behind O’Moore Park GAA Grounds)

Time: 11am

Cost: €10

Portarlingtons Dr Eddie Murphy to speak at GAA National Health and Wellbeing Conference


A host of the country’s leading GAA personalities and health experts will contribute to the Association’s second national Health and Wellbeing Conference in Croke Park on Saturday, March 21.

The free event, themed ‘Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, Healthy Clubs’, is designed to support, educate, and invigorate the GAA volunteers who are driving this important work within the Association. Especially welcome are members of the new County Health & Wellbeing Committees, any new Club Health and Wellbeing Officers or those considering taking up this role in clubs across the country.

However, the conference’s mix of practical tutorials, presentations, interactive elements and discussion will prove worthwhile to any member interested in learning more about the field of health and wellbeing.

RTE’s Marty Morrissey will MC an afternoon panel discussion featuring individuals who have championed positive health and wellbeing through their personal and sporting lives. It will include Conor Cusack, Cork and Cloyne hurler and mental health advocate, Tony Griffin, Clare All-Ireland winner and founder of the Soar Foundation, Valerie Mulcahy, nine time All Ireland winner with Cork, Eamon O’Shea, Tipperary Manager and Professor in the School of Economics, NUIG, Críonna Tobin, a leading performance nutritionist, and Jason Hughes, former Monaghan footballer and one of the leader of Castleblayney’s Faughs award winning ‘Operation TransFAUGHmation’.

Clinical psychologist on RTE’s Operation Transformation, Dr Eddie Murphy, will conduct a live Q&A with delegates designed to reassure them on matters of concern that may arise in their clubs. Other contributors include Dr Brendan Doody, Fiona Teague, and Susan Kenny, all members of the GAA’s National Health & Wellbeing Committee, who will explore topics such as redefining health and wellbeing through the GAA, responding to critical incidents, and the importance of working through appropriate partnerships.

The day will also showcase some of the incredible work being carried out by the clubs involved in Phase 1 of the innovative GAA Healthy Club Project which was recently boosted by a three-year Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) investment by Irish Life. Places are free but limited. To see the full agenda and to reserve your free ticket click on the National Health & Wellbeing Conference banner on top ofwww.gaa.ie

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For more information contact Colin Regan, GAA Community & Health Manager on 087-2945705 or email colin.regan@gaa.ie

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