Our Junior Reserves drew with Clontibret on Saturday in Round 1 of the Reserve League Div 3, with a final scoreline of 9 points a piece. Our Senior Reserves took the win on Sunday against Clontibret in Round 1 of the Reserve League Div.1 with a final scoreline of 1-14 to 2-08.
Our Junior Reserves are next away Rockcorry on Saturday 9th March @ 4.30pm and our Senior Reserves meet Magheracloone at home on Sunday 10th March @ 2.00pm
Our Senior Ladies were beaten by Aughnamullen on Sunday in Round 1 of the Senior Reserve Div.2.
With the introduction of the “Children First” Act in December 2017, it is a requirement for all committee members and for anyone involved in coaching/training of juveniles (up to U18s) to have completed Garda Vetting online, a Child Protection Course (certification lasts for 3 years) and a Coaching Course. Scotstown GAA are holding 2 separate Child Protection Courses in the Complex Meeting Room on Wednesday 27th March and Thursday 28th March 2019 from 7pm to 10pm. This is open and free to all members of the Scotstown GAA Club. To confirm attendance on either course, or to check if you are up to date regarding your Child Protection – please contact Helen on 087 928 6033. Garda Vetting has to be completed online @ www.gaa.ie. You need to have an active email account/address to complete e-vetting. If you have any queries regarding the above, please contact Helen directly.
Stars in their Eyes
Not long to go now!! If you haven’t got your tickets yet, please contact any committee member. Don’t forget that Eamon McEntee will be providing transport to and from the “Stars in their Eyes” event in the Complex on Sunday March 17th. Booking is essential as seats will fill up very fast. Eamon will tell you the cost when you book. Contact Eamon directly on 086 817 0966.
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported our Pancake Sunday last Sunday. It was a great success and everyone left with full bellys. Thanks to everyone to organized the event and helped out on the day – without our volunteers, these events couldn’t take place. Much appreciated.
There were so many cleaner cars spinning around Scotstown on Saturday after the Scotstown Ladies had “Washed the Hell” out of every car they got their hands on. Another greatly ran event and again thanks to all involved.
Don’t forget this Friday 8th March, Ben Beggan will be running a Texas Holdem Poker Classic in Moynas commencing at 9pm sharp. This in aid of Scotstown GFC and in association with “Stars in their Eyes”. So if you, fancy your chances, put your poker face on and head on down to Moynas this Friday. Everyone is welcome.
There will be a Table Quiz this Friday 8th March @ 8.30pm in Tydavnet Community Centre – a table of 4 is €40. So get your thinking caps on, grab your friends and head to the Community Centre for a bit of brain storming on Friday night. Proceeds in aid of the Redevelopment of Scotstown GAA Training Facilities in Kilmore.
Stephen McKenna & Pauric Connolly