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Multy Lotto goes live!

Multy Lotto goes live! published on

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Multyfarnham GAA are delighted to announce their new online Lotto service.

The new service gives supporters, families and friends who are not around the village, the chance to play the local lotto and support the club. We are asking that all members of the “Multy Diaspora” to log in and play on a weekly basis and play their part in taking this club to the heights where it belongs!

This a chance now for people to feel like they are taking part in the club even if they are far from home. We want to bring the club to new places and only with everyone’s help can we do that. Simply by playing the lotto every week you are playing a big role in helping the club be successful.

We urge everyone to please like and share the lotto online  and also please buy a ticket or two, as they say if you’re not in you can’t win!

You can do so by clicking here or the link to the right of the page.

County Under 14 Final

County Under 14 Final published on

FINAL u14 2014

Multyfarnham          1-11
Shannon Gaels         4-08
The Under 14 team lost out to Shannon Gaels in a pulsating County Final in Ballynacargy last Sunday morning. The lads went out and played out of their skins and were an absolute credit to themselves, their families and their coaches. Not one player ever stopped or gave up. They kept going in driving rain and strong winds, to put on a display which heartened all the supporters who travelled from Multyfarnham.
The game was played out in a good spirit and all that is positive about football at this age group was on display. Shannon Gaels had the wind at their backs in the first half and predictably put up a high score. While Multy kept with them through some excellent running from Luke Nangle and Jack Moran, the ball just kept getting held up in the strong wind. Josh Lee was deputising in goals and he was proving a safe pair of hands. Aaron Whelan and Noel Bardon were in a real battle in midfield with their opponents but they were proving a match to them.
Laurence Monaghan, Eoghan Kelly and Fechin Brennan played a great game as a big powerful full back line, although there was not much they could while the Gaels took advantage of the wind and put up a good score going in at half.
The second half was a different affair and Multy tried vainly to get back into the game. Brendan McCarthy was proving to be a classy full forward by become the main source of points for Multy. Indeed he then managed to put the ball into the back of the net which heartened his teammates into reducing the gap between the two sides down to six points. This was good going as it had been twelve points. But as they say goals win matches and that is exactly what Shannon Gaels went about proving. They only managed two scores in the second half however both were three pointers which killed off the Multy revival. Andrew Hogan kicked some fine scores worthy of winning a game. Alan McDonnell and Jamie Coffey tried again and again to break down the Gaels defence but it was just not happening for Multy who will live to fight again next year.
Special thanks must go to Joe Kelly and Kevin Coffey for training the young lads and working hard with tem all year.
Panel: Noel Barden, Ciaran Bawle, Bernard Cox, Christopher Feerick, Andrew Hogan, Eoghan Kelly, Brendan McCarthy , Eric Molloy, Jack Moran, Luke Nangle, Colm Pantrey, Aaran Whelan , Adam Bates, Jamie Coffey, Patrick Davitt, Evan Hales, Josh Lee, Alan Mc Donnell, Laurence Monaghan, Paul Mulligan, Cian O’Fiach, Eoin Walsh, Fechin Brennan.

GAA Code of Behaviour 2014

GAA Code of Behaviour 2014 published on

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Multyfarnham GAA have adopted and pledged to adhere to the GAA Code of Behaviour.

 

This code is not only for player and coaches but also supporters of the club. By following the code we are making our club a more friendly, welcoming place, where childrens welfare is a number one priority and where no one should feel threatened, discouraged or unwelcome.

We hope that all patrons of this site would take a few moments to read the code and remember to follow it when in attendence at the club.

Just click on the link below.

GAA Code of Behaviour 2014

AGM

AGM published on

The Club will be holding the 2014 AGM at 8pm on Friday 28th November. Nominations for any roles on the Executive Committee must be with Secretary John Moran by no later than Friday 7th November 2014. This year was a good year for the club and we can be proud of our achievements however next year we need to push on. We need to have as many people involved with the club as possible we have plenty of positions available and we are always looking for new people. Below are a few links that outline some of the roles that are up for election:

Role of the Chairman

Role of the Secretary

Role of the Club Treasurer

Role of the Club PRO

Other club roles

We foresee and wish to have everyone of these jobs, or as many of them as possible, filled on the niight of the AGM. A nomination needs to be by two fully paid up members of the club. With the right people in the right jobs we can really make 2015 a year to remember.

 

Hope to see you all there!

 

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