archive-com.com » COM » M » MUNTERCONNAUGHT.COM

Total: 12

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    their performance A special Thank You to Benny Sheridan for continuing to support this event For the best Insurance quotes around go to http www sheridaninsurances com or call 0818 279955 or 049 4380020 ALL STARS AWARDS 2015 ANNOUNCED The Gala Ball took place in the Hotel Kilmore on Friday Nov 20th The All Stars Team and Individual awards for 2015 were announced Kingscourt Stars provide 4 players Templeport Killeshandra Castlerahan each provide 2 players with 1 player each from Killygarry Cootehill Celtic Ballyhaise Arva Cornafean Congratulations to each player on their fine indivdual achievement Congratulations to everyone who won individual awards Go to the ALL STARS Tab http www munterconnaught com allstars asp for full details Go to the GALLERY page All Stars 2015 http www munterconnaught com gallery index php to see photos of events as they unfold Also see our ALL STARS FACEBOOK Page https www facebook com breffni munchie fref ts MUNTERCONNAUGHT SENIOR TEAM MUNTERCONNAUGHT 2016 OFFICERS COMMITTEE The elected Club Officers for 2016 are Chairman Jim Gilsenan Vice Chairman Tom Hetherton Secretary Anne Daly Asst Secretary Shirley Lynch Treasurer Dermot O Reilly Asst Treasurer Declan Cooney PRO Paddy Short Asst PRO Declan O Reilly Senior Team Manager Alan Stevens Senior Team Selectors Austin O Reilly Gabriel O Dwyer Designated Officer Child Protection Brendan O Shea Insurance Officer Thomas Brady Health Safety Officer TBC ASAP Officer TBC Coaching Officers Paraic Hetherton Brendan Reilly County Board Reps Aisling Matthews Aidan O Dwyer School Liaison Officer TBC Childrens Officer David Cremin Cultural Irish Officer TBC Underage Chairman John O Reilly Underage Secretary Derval Yore Underage Treasurer Frank Skelly Underage Ladies Chairperson Tommy Smith Underage Ladies Secretary Lorraine O Reilly Underage Ladies Treasurer Tara Kearns Executive Committe Jim Gilsenan Dermot O Reilly Declan Cooney Tommy Keogan Danny Nolan Anne Daly John O Reilly Tom Hetherton Noel McEnroe Finance Committee Dermot O Reilly Declan Cooney Paraic Hetherton David Hughes LeoTuite CARROLLS CUISINE GAA JERSEY COMPETITION The Club are among 25 winners of the Carroll s Jersey Competition which was created to celebrate Carroll s 25 years of supporting Offaly GAA They asked GAA Clubs and Schools to describe why they deserve a set of jerseys NIall McEnroe entered a fabulous story which got the attention of the judges and resulted in the Club winning a free set of jerseys Well done Niall 2016 MEMBERSHIP FEES New members are always welcome Club membership fees for 2016 are now due Contact Dermot O Reilly or any member of the Finance Committee Fees are Social Member Track only 25 Full Member All Facilities Voting rights 40 Outside Member Gym Track only 80 Full Member Yearly Lotto 100 Senior Players Membership only 50 Senior Students Membership only 30 Yearly Lotto 1 Panel 80 Yearly Lotto 3 Panel 200 Fobs to access Clubrooms Facilities 10 View the full range of Membership options details and other Club activities Here 2016 JUVENILE MEMBERSHIP FEES Underage membership fees are now due Fees are 25 per Child Boys Girls

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/ (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    local Pearse Brothers to the Monaghan County final in which they were beaten by one point after a replay Seamus made a return to his home area in the late 1960 s and was instrumental in Munterconnaught winning the Junior league in 1972 Apart from Seamus s club activities he was a member of the Cavan County panel from 1961 to 1967 and in that time he won three Ulster Senior championship medals and also a Dr McKenna Cup medal When his career on the playing fields was over Seamus retained a keen interest in football He trained the Munterconnaught team for a spell in the late eighties Seamus McMahon died in November 1996 as a result of a tragic accident and his untimely death stunned the whole community John O Dwyer There is no doubt that John O Dwyer s name would feature prominently on any short list of great players from Munterconnaught A prolific scorer from frees and play and a very accomplished forward his career was as lengthy and varied as it was distinguished He won a Junior championship medal with Castlerahan in 1965 followed by an Intermediate championship medal in the following year In 1967 Castlerahan were beaten in the Senior Championship and in 1968 were again beaten in the final by the great Crosserlough team John transferred to Munterconnaught following the reorganisation of the club in 1969 He was captain of Munterconnaught in 1972 when they won the Junior League In the 1976 campaign he won both junior and senior championship medals with Munterconnaught and St Mary s In 1978 John moved to Waterford where he won two senior championship medals with Ballinacourty in successive years He was awarded Man of the Match in the 1979 final and had the distinction of captaining Waterford in the Munster Senior Championship of 1979 He also played with teams in Charleville Co Cork and in Clashmore Co Waterford and with Ramor United John played as a county minor in 1965 and 1966 He first played with the Cavan senior team in 1967 and won a Dr McKenna Cup medal in 1968 and an Ulster Senior Championship medal in 1976 In 1976 he scored 1 3 in the Ulster final against Derry John was also an accomplished hurler who played in Dublin Waterford and Cork He won an Ulster Junior Championship medal and a National League Div 4 medal with the Cavan Hurling team Apart from his exploits on the field John has also served the Munterconnaught club in a number of other capacities including selector and in 1990 club chairman He was player manager of the Cavan Masters team which won the AI1 Ireland title in 1993 He has also commented on and analysed Gaelic games for local radio stations Mattie Hetherton Munterconnaught had a vintage year in 1976 when they won the Junior title and combined with Castlerahan to win the Senior championship title all in the space of two weeks One of Munterconnaught s and St

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/players.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    16 League Division 3 Table Team Pld Won Draw Lost Points St Finbars 5 4 0 1 12 Ballyhaise 5 4 0 1 12 Cornafean 5 3 0 2 9 Bridgewater Gaels 5 2 1 2 7 Killinkere 5 1 1 3 4 Killygarry 5 0 0 5 0 U 14 Girls Championship Round 1 lost to Kingscourt U 14 Girls League Division 3 Round 1 Bridgewater Gaels 2 13 St Finbars 0 07 Round 2 Swanlinbar 2 06 Bridgewater Gaels 6 09 Round 3 Bridgewater Gaels 4 15 Lacken 3 12 Round 4 Bridgewater Gaels 4 15 Kingscourt 2 04 Round 5 lost to Knockbride Round 6 against Bailieboro Round 7 against Drumlane Semi Final defeated Kingscourt by 4 10 to 1 04 Final lost to Knockbride Congratulations and well done to the Players and Coaches U 14 League Division 3 Table Team Pld Won Draw Lost Points Bridgewater Gaels 5 4 0 1 12 Knockbride 4 4 0 0 12 Swanlinbar 4 2 0 2 6 Kingscourt 5 2 0 3 6 Bailieboro 4 1 1 2 4 St Finbars 4 1 0 3 3 Lacken 3 1 0 2 3 Drumlane 3 0 1 2 1 U 12 Girls Autumn League Round 1 lost to Killeshandra Round 2 lost to St Finbarrs by 2 pts Round 3 lost to Bailieboro Round 4 away to Cavan Gaels Round 5 bye Round 6 home to Mountnugent Round 7 home to Mullahoran U 12 Girls League Group 1 Round 1 Cuchulainns defeated Munterconnuaght Round 2 Munterconnaught v Knockbride Tues April 14th at 7 pm Round 3 Bye Round 4 Baileborough defeated Munterconnaught Round 5 Munterconnaught lost to Kingscourt CLUB UNDERAGE CODE OF ETHICS This document briefly outlines the main points of the Code of ethics conduct practice for all club officials officers members mentors players parents and or Guardians associated with Munterconnaught GFC Underage Club We encourage you to review this information and familiarise yourself with the standards expected by and in the Club You can view the full document Here GAA UNDERAGE CODE OF ETHICS You can view download the latest GAA Underage Code of Behaviour Here HISTORY OF UNDERAGE Munterconnaught U 10 squad before match v Mountnugent Sat June 21st 2003 Up to 1980 underage players in Munterconnaught were part of the St Marys amalgamation Munterconnuaght Castlerahan 1981 It was decided that under age players of the area be given the opportunity to play under the Munterconnaught banner An organising committee was formed which included Father M Kelly Gerry Carroll P F Brady and Tony Dwyer and an under 14 team was affiliated to Roinn C of the Under 14 Football League Unfortunately 1981 was not a particularly successful year but many of the panel were very young and this gave hope for the future at this grade 1982 Proved slightly more successful when in the Lavey U 12 football tournament we emerged successful on a scoreline of 0 3 to 0 1 with the Munterconnaught scorers being E Yore 0 2 and Mark Carroll 0 1 The Team on duty on that occasion was P Judge Kevin P Smith Fintan O Reilly P Lynch 0 McCabe P Baugh Mark Carroll Enda Yore Declan Hetherton C Geraghty E Brady V Curran J O Meara Later that year we reached the semi final of the under 14 championship only to be defeated by a much stronger Kildallan team 1983 Munterconnaught reached the semi final of the U 14 League where they were defeated by Butlersbridge and a dubious goal However undaunted by the experience we reached our first final in September of the same year where once again Butlersbridge were the opposition and once again they were the victors this time by a margin of six points The Munterconnacht side on that occasion was D Skelly M McCabe V Curran P Lynch F O Reilly J Fitzsimons E Yore M Carroll P Hetherton L Lynch 0 McCabe 1984 With seven of the previous season s team still eligible for this years U 14 campaign we were quite confident that this could be our year Undefeated in the first rounds of the league we faced Belturbet in the semi final only to be defeated by a last minute goal In the summer of 1984 the All Ireland Feile na nOg competition was held in County Cavan For this we were amalgamated with Castlerahan in Division 2 of the competition Having won all games in our section we progressed to play Saint Brigid s of Dublin in the semi final only to be defeated by two points our only consolation being that Saint Brigid s won the final quite easily Back to the domestic championship we won our way to the final only to be faced once again by Belturbet After a disastrous start in which we conceded a penalty we slowly got to grips with our opponents and through the accuracy of Mark Carroll earned a draw on a scoreline of 1 1 apiece The replay in Terry Coyle Park Cavan was not a close affair with Belturbet running out easy winners on a scoreline of 1 7 to 0 4 The Team that day was E Brady P Judge P Baugh P Lynch F O Reilly Mark Carroll Enda Yore Declan Hetherton 0 McCabe C Geraghty and J O Meara 1985 Despite losing only three of the panel from the previous year we failed to make an impact this season with what we considered a very well balanced side We only lost two games in the league against Shercock and Mountnugent and only by one or two points in each case In the championship we were narrowly defeated in the quarter final by the eventual winners Ballinagh U 16 Munterconnaught amalgamated with Castlerahan as St Marys and won the U 16 Championship 1986 This was the first year which an U 16 side was affiliated by the club However it had not the same level of success as the

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/underage.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    Round 3 Bailieborough 1 16 Munterconnaught 3 6 Played on 3G Pitch Round 4 Munterconnaught 3 05 Killinkere 3 21 Round 5 Munterconnaught 1 09 Shercock 3 13 Round 6 Laragh 4 21 Munterconnaught 1 05 Round 7 Munterconnaught 2 10 Bultersbridge 2 12 Round 8 Drumalee 0 09 Munterconnaught 1 06 Round 9 Munterconnaught 2 10 Ballymachugh 1 10 Breffni League Division 2 Breffni League Division 2 Team Pld Won Draw Lost For Against Diff Points Searcóg Shercock 9 7 1 1 127 91 36 15 Laragh Utd 9 7 0 2 170 106 64 14 Butlersbridge G A A 9 5 0 4 95 104 9 10 Drumalee 9 4 1 4 83 80 3 9 Bailieborough 9 4 1 4 104 102 2 9 Belturbet Rory O Moores 9 4 0 5 114 138 24 8 Killinkere CLG 9 4 0 5 144 127 17 8 Munterconnaught 9 3 1 5 101 152 51 7 Ballymachugh 9 3 0 6 112 119 7 6 St Mary s GAA Swanlinbar 9 2 0 7 76 107 31 4 ACFL League Division 2 Fixtures Results Round 1 Ballymachugh 0 15 Munterconnaught 1 10 Round 2 Munterconnaught 2 08 Drumalee 0 11 Round 3 Butlersbridge 2 18 Munterconnaught 2 12 Round 4 Munterconnaught 1 10 Laragh Utd 2 15 Round 5 Shercock 0 15 Munterconnaught 1 05 Round 6 Killinkere 2 11 Munterconnaught 0 06 Round 7 Munterconnaught 0 07 Bailieborough 3 26 Round 8 St Mary s Swanlinbar 3 14 Munterconnaught 0 05 Round 9 Munterconnaught 1 06 Belburbet 4 17 Relegation Playoff Munterconnaught 2 08 Killinkere 3 15 ACFL Division 2 Team Pld Won Draw Lost For Against Diff Points St Mary s GAA Swanlinbar 8 7 1 0 159 76 83 15 Bailieborough 8 7 1 0

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/fixtures.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    Farrelly Patrick Tot McGovern 1952 The Club were victorious in the Senior League when defeating Cavan Slashers by 1 09 to 1 03 in the Final The Final was played in February 1953 The Team was Patrick Tuite Matt Farrelly Brian Matthews Bartle Lynch Austin Farrelly Patrick McCabe Louis McQuaid Patrick Conaty Ernie Flynn John McEnroe Liam Hetherton Myles Duffy Patrick McGovern Michael Donohoe Patrick Tot McGovern The 1960 s were lean years for football in Munterconnaught and the Club was unable to sustain its position in the Senior ranks Some players transferred to Virginia including Patrick Tuite John Cadden Bertie Brady Sean Hetherton Patrick Brady Michael Hetherton Seamus Hetherton Michael Caldwell Brian Hetherton and Tom Whitley Subsequently some of these players won Senior Championship honours with Virginia Revival of Munterconnaught GFC 1969 The year of 1969 saw the revival of football in Munterconnaught after a lapse of 15 years Emigration and finance were the root cause of the break up of the club in 1954 In the 1960 s a group of young men grew up together in the area Some of these players played with Castlerahan Virginia and Oldcastle while others played no organised football at this time In 1968 these players started to get organised and arranged some matches among themselves the lads from Ballydurrow area would meet the lads from Knocktemple area in local fields in Ballydurrow Liam Hetherton s and Tom Plunkett s fields were used for the home games while in Knocktemple the fields belonging to Hugh D Gilsch were used At this time most players cycled to the inter club matches which usually finished at nightfall on the long summer evenings of 1968 Many a hard fought game was played during this period with no quarter given or asked A group of football enthusiasts noted the numbers of players participating in these games and decided to do something about getting the club reformed A meeting was called at the Old School in November 1968 and a steering committee was formed to get the club going This steering committee was Chairman Luke Kiernan Secretary Paddy McGovern and Treasurer Liam Hetherton There were two major obstacles to be overcome First money was needed to restart the club Second Munterconnaught s best players at the time were involved with other clubs and they would be needed to add experience to the team It was agreed that a house to house collection would be taken up and this was an outstanding success with over 300 collected which showed the enthusiasm of the local people to have their own club once again At this stage word had got around that Munterconnaught were about to reform and a number of clubs were not too happy as they stood to lose players This was particularly true in the case of the Castlerahan GAA club who had about 6 Munterconnaught players playing for them at the time Castlerahan said they would not sign transfers so Munterconnaught had to put their case for the reformation of the club to a County Board meeting which took place on 3rd February 1969 It was an open meeting and after hearing everybody s opinion the Chairman of the County Board the late T J O Reilly put it to the floor Munterconnaught got the backing of 38 club delegates while Castlerahan got the support of 5 Munterconnaught were back and Seamus Lynch of Munterconnaught and Maghera delegate Dan Daly played a big role in that meeting A meeting was then arranged to form a committee and the following officers and committee members were elected President Father Thomas McNiffe Chairman Luke Kiernan Secretary Paddy McGovern Treasurer Liam Hetherton Vice Chairman Patsy Yore County Board Rep Seamus Lynch Working Committee Matt Luke Dowd Hugh Farrelly Peter Carroll John Cadden Charlie Reilly Paddy Hetherton Paddy Tuite Captain Mattie Hetherton Vice Captain Donie McEnroe The first game was against Kill on 16th March 1969 and the team was selected from the following panel of players Pat Connell Seamus Connell Jack Hetherton Mickey Hetherton Brian Conaty Mick Plunkett Tony Mooney Donie McEnroe Tom Stanley James Stanley Gerry Hetherton Mattie Hetherton Aidan O Dwyer John Cadden Jodie Gilsenan Paddy McCabe Martin Keoghan Bertie Brady Briarn Farrelly The Club reached the Junior Champioship Semi Final in 1970 where they lost out to Killeshandra The Munchies were back And it wasn t long before they were celebrating again either 1972 The Club won the Senior League A title where they defeated Ballinagh by 3 04 to 1 06 The Team was Oliver O Dwyer Michael Hetherton J Hetherton Michael Plunkett G Carroll B Hetherton O Tighe Mattie Hetherton D McEnroe Gerry Hetherton John O Dwyer Tony O Dwyer Jack Stanley S McMahon Aidan O Dwyer The Club also reached the Junior Championship Final only to lose out to Killinkere by 2 points 1975 We reached another Junior Championship Final but lost out again this time to Lavey This was a big disappointment to the Team but it inspired them to greater things the following year The Team was Oliver O Dwyer Michael Hetherton Tom Plunkett Larry Tighe Michael Plunkett Gerry Carroll Seamus Kiernan Owen Tighe Matt Galligan Mattie Hetherton Nobbie McEnroe Gerry Hetherton Jack Hetheron Ollie Stanley Jack Stanley Micheal Galligan Aidan O Dwyer 1976 The defeat in 1975 inspired the team to capture the Junior crown for the first time since 1949 when we defeated Ballinagh by the narrowest of margins 1 09 to 1 08 The Team was Oliver O Dwyer Gerry Carroll Jack Hetherton Mickey Hetherton Seamus Kiernan Michael Plunkett Captain Thomas Plunkett Jack Stanley Mattie Hetherton Matt Galligan John O Dwyer Oliver Stanley Nobbie McEnroe Gerry Hetherton Larry Tighe The Club as part of the St Marys amalgamation with Castlerahan completed an historic double that year by winning the Senior Championship with 12 men from Munterconnaught playing on the winning team They defeated Ballyhaise in the Final The Munterconnaught players who were part of the panel Mattie Hetherton Oliver

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/history.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    located in South East Cavan close to the Meath border You can contact Munterconnaught GFC at info munterconnaught com or on 087 9517657 The club address is Munterconnaught GFC Ryefield Virginia Co Cavan Ireland The Club Ground is called St

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/contact.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    track with lighting Covered spectator stand Gym Handball Racquetball Court new Ladies Changing Rooms Referees Room Treatment Room The roof was raised on the existing building which can facilitate a Badminton court in the future Apart from the Club itself many other community based groups now use the facilities on a regular basis The new facilities were officially opened on Friday 12th August 2011 The Development Committee would like to thank the local community for contributing to a large part of the funding and also the Department of Sport and Tourism Oldcastle Credit Union and the GAA for the professional manner in which they released funding and assisted the completion of this work HANDBALL ALLEY RACQUETBALL COURT A Handball Club has been set up we have both Senior and Juvenile members Senior Tournaments Singles and Doubles and Juvenile Tournaments take place every year GYM The Gym is strictly available for use by fully paid up members only Those wishing to use the Gym must first complete and sign a Gym Disclaimer form and be shown how to use the equipment Further Planned Development There was a new round of Sports Grants in 2012 the first since 2008 The Club applied for funding to complete 1 Pitch drainage improvements 2 Convert the grounds behind the Handball Court into a playing training pitch 3 Additional lighting around the converted pitch 4 New Ball nets in at both ends of the main pitch 5 Additional Multi Gym Equipment The Club has secured further funding towards this work and this has allowed the Club to complete the pitch drainage improvements and convert the grounds behind the Handball court into a playing training pitch during 2013 and into 2014 Why was there a need for new facilities Not enough space for everyday needs i e

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/development.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Munterconnaught GFC - Cavan
    each draw has taken place To play the Munterconnaught GFC Lotto any four numbers are selected from 1 to 28 If anybody matches the four numbers selected on the night he or she wins shares the Jackpot If there is no winner there will be 5 Lucky Dip prizes for 20 each Tickets cost 2 00 each Lotto Draw Newsletters For further details on our Lotto including previous Lotto Draw

    Original URL path: http://www.munterconnaught.com/lotto.asp (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive



  •