Fethard Juvenile GAA Club appeal - ‘We really need more parents’

Jesse McCormack, captain of the Fethard U14 team is presented with the cup following his team's victory over Solohead in the U14C County Final on Saturday, September 14.
Fethard Juvenile GAA Club held their AGM on Friday night last in the Tirry Centre and it was well attended.

Fethard Juvenile GAA Club held their AGM on Friday night last in the Tirry Centre and it was well attended.

Andy O’Donovan (outgoing Chairman) gave a very positive annual report and all agreed that the club is heading in a positive direction.

The highlight of the year was our U14 Hurling team who won the South and County title.

Cúl Camp this year was a great success, with numerous parents complimenting the club on its organisation and running. A huge thanks was extended to all involved.

School training has been re-organised now with a dedicated coach attending every week, but we still need parents to get involved to assist.

We really need parents to come on board with assisting U6 coaching on Saturday mornings. So if you can spare the time, or if you stay to watch and don’t mind helping, please let the coach know at training.

New Management team for 2014

Going into 2014, there are a few changes to the Management Committee:

Michael Moroney (Chairman), Mick O’Mahony (Vice-Chairman) unchanged, we welcome on board Wendy Donegan (Juvenile Secretary), Mary Godfrey (Asst Juvenile Secretary), who will be on hand to guide Wendy through her initial tasks at hand, John Neville (Treasurer) and Sean Kiely (Asst Treasurer), Andy O’Donovan (PRO), a role hasn’t been filled for a number of years with Patricia Fitzgerald being our last PRO. Andy will be assisted by Ann Fleming.

Our delegates to Coiste na nOg, Tiobraid Arann Theas, are unchanged, with Austie and Mary. Michael Moroney will attend South Bord na nOg meetings.