Naomh Fionnbarra & St. Anne's G.F.G. Club Notes 04/04/21

Article submitted on 04 April 2021

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The Togher Easter Bunny was out and about this morning with a special surprise for all the children of the parish. Just a small token to let them know that we are thinking of them in these strange times and that we can't wait to get back training. 

Over 300 eggs were given out. Thank you so much to all the boys & girls & mammies and daddies of the parish who came to visit us this morning!  We had an absolute ball and thankfully the weather managed to behave itself. We were overwhelmed by our community's spirit of good will and positivity. It was a joy to see all our rising stars - we miss you all so much and can't wait to get back to the training pitch! Fingers crossed for later this month all going well. 

Thank you very much to who co-sponsored the Easter eggs. Thank you to Bryan Rogers for the use of his trailer, also to those who provided decorations, posters, arts & crafts for the trailer, also all our Easter bunny helpers and Executive committee members.


Don't forget you can play our club lotto online here:

First draw is Wed 14th April at 8pm with a jackpot of €10,000!!


We're also welcoming new members for 2021 at all age levels in Gaelic football, ladies Gaelic football and camogie. Also hurling for U8, U10s & U12s.You can pay your membership for 2021 online here:

Louth GAA Double House Draw Winners

1st Prize Colin Hoey

2nd Prize Michael Mooney

3rd Prize Jason Finlay

Huge congratulations to all. 

Even though we haven't been able to get back to training, our officers & coaches have been kept busy behind the scenes. This evening several of our coaches, mentors, referees, officers, committee members and prospective coaches took part in a 3-hour GAA child safeguarding training course.  Sincere thanks to Mark Heslin who facilitated the session and to all of our members for logging in. 

PLEASE SUPPORT former Naomh Fionnbarra stalwart Trevor Dolan and his wife Sandra as they are trying to raise funds for their son Harry, who has a very rare genetic disorder called MSL3 syndrome. He is currently the 1st  child in Ireland diagnosed with this condition and there is less than 50 children worldwide.

Donations towards Harry’s cause would be greatly appreciated by the Dolan family. To donate please visit the link to their Go Fund Me page:

Louth GAA Coaching and Games have developed a program for all club players that may have an interest in playing with our u14 and u15 Academy Squads when restrictions ease 

Visit the link below for more information

The club would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Vera Doyle, Annagassan.  May she Rest In Peace.

Kind Regards,

Nicholas Butterly P.R.O.

Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.G.