Easter Camp planned for end of March

St. Mary’s

St. Mary’s

Easter Camp

The County Board is running a Hurling Easter Camp in the GAA Centre, Clonmel. There is a choice of two sessions, one camp running from Tuesday, 26th to Thursday, 28th March, and the second one from Wednesday, 3rd to Friday, 5th April. The camp will run from 10 am until 1pm on each of the days and is open to all juveniles from U/6 to U/12 inclusive, and the cost is €20 per child for the three-day camp. Each participant will receive a free football and sliothar. Please contact John Carew at (086) 8317591 or any of the juvenile Managers for further info.

Membership

All players and members are reminded they must pay their twenty euro membership by Friday March 15th. It can be paid to John Carew, Noel Buckley or any officer.

Juvenile Recruitment Drive

The club is always on the look out for new hurling and camogie talent, especially in the U/5, U/6 and U/7 age groups. If you have a budding star, why not bring your child along on Saturday morning and give it a try. You will be made very welcome. The training times are listed below.

Juvenile Training Times

Training continues in the Clonmel Town Complex, Cashel Road.

Boys: Every Saturday:

Under 6: 9.30am to 10.30am

Under 8: 10.30am to 11.30am

Under 9: 11.30am to 12.30pm

Under 10: 12.30pm to 1.30pm

Girls: Every Friday evening:

Under6/8: 4.00pm to 5.00pm

Under 10/12/14: 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Subsidised Hurleys and

Helmets

We continue to subsidise these, and are available from John Carew. Helmets at €35 and hurleys for €10.

A Speedy Recovery

The club would like to wish Frank Maher a speedy recovery from his illness. Frank is a committed St Mary’s man and is a Vice President of our Club. Over the years he has been to the forefront in promoting hurling in Clonmel and led the way in introducing indoor hurling to the club and, indeed, to Clonmel. Many of our current Intermediate team have been trained as juveniles by Frank. His absence from the field at Intermediate training was noted by the players. Now that they know of his illness their prayers and best wishes for a full recovery are with him.