2017 Membership

The GAA has the largest membership of any sports organisation in Ireland. When one becomes a member of a GAA club, they become part of the GAA family and part of a great community based organisation that continues to enhance the lives of so many people.

Please be part of the clubs 2017 membership group by contacting Karla Fitzpatrick on 028 6773 7162 or via email karlafifz@gmail.co.uk

Adult (18 Years +) £10.00
Youth (< 18 Years) £5.00
Family Membership £25.00

Senior League 2017

The SFL get underway this Sunday with an away fixture against St Mary’s Maguiresbridge @ 1pm.

Connolly Cup

Our Connolly Cup continues this Friday with the First Fermanaghs taking on Clones, throw in 8pm

Club Umpires Needed Urgently

Your Club Needs You!

Our club urgently need a panel of umpires for the forthcoming season to help club referees at both county & provincial level. For further information contact member of the club executive or club referee.

Two umpires are situated at each end of the field of play, positioned behind each goalpost behind the end line.

The umpires remain at the same end for the duration of the game.

What are the Duties of an Umpire?
The umpire indicates by hand and flag signal
A 45m free in football or a 65m free in hurling, by raising an arm upright, and then pointing directly infield,from the place where the ball passed over the endline.
A wide ball by crossing both arms above the head.
A score by raising a green flag for a goal or a white flag for a point, in front of the scoring space.
A decision to disallow a score by crossing the flags at the centre of the scoring space.
Powers of Umpires

The umpire has the power to bring to the attention of the referee, during a break in play, any instances of foul play or incursions onto the field of play which have not been noticed by the referee. It is the duty of the umpire to report any such instances and his obligation is to do so by providing the factual situation regarding the instance.

Team Talk

  • Thanks to everyone that took part in the St.Patricks Day parade on Monday. Congratulations to all the organisers for putting the event together once again. It’s always a great day out for families.
  • Thanks also to everyone that attended our St. Patrick’s Rock night with Big Generator in the Parish Hall. Big G were, as always, brilliant and a great night was had by all in attendance. Read the rest