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St. Brigid's GAA Club Notes 6th April 2014

posted Apr 7, 2014, 6:41 AM by Sean Desmond   [ updated Apr 7, 2014, 6:41 AM ]

 Junior league

St. Brigid's 1-8, Strokestown 0-4.

The Junior men's team recorded a 1-8 to 0-4 win over Strokestown on Sunday.

They lead by 1-5 to 0-1 at half time. The goal came from Davy Cunniffe.. Four points were recorded by Cormac Sheehy with Joey Cunniffe adding the fifth from a free.

2 points from frees and a point from play from Joey Cunniffe added to Brigids lead. A penalty to Strokestown was saved by the Brigids keeper. Strokestown added three points in 2nd half with the latter two coming in the closing minutes.

St Brigids : M Gavin, B Clancy, R Dwyer, J Grehan, I Monaghan, P Kelly, G Dunning, M Daly, S Furey, D Cunniffe (1-0), C Sheehy ( 0-4) ,  S Monaghan, J Cunniffe (4, 3f). D Blaine, K Quinn;

Sub used  C McDonnell, M Grehan


Senior Men.   Kiltoom 8pm Friday 11th   St Brigids v Elphin

Tansey  Cup.   Saturday 12th   Clann na nGael v St Brigids.  (Johnstown) 4pm on Saturday

Senior Ladies : Away to Western Gaels - time and date not confirmed.

Zumba Classes

Zumba classes are starting this Thursday 3rd April in the clubhouse for both men and women from 8-9pm. Classes costs €50 for 7 classes. Everyone is welcome to come along. 


Club Rossies

Club Rossie is a sub-group of the County Board which has been given responsibility for raising money for Roscommon Gaelic Games. In order to do so Club Rossie has set up various membership options for anyone wishing to support their county. The different membership options are detailed below and membership can be purchased from any St. Brigid's club executive member or online at Please make sure to put St. Brigid’s down as your club when buying membership abroad or online. 

Club Rossie Bronze membership - €2.07/week

One entry into €40,000 Cash Draw

Exclusive Club Rossie Beanie Hat, car sticker, pen and key ring

10% of your contribution to your nominated Club

Quarterly update to all members by email

Pay Cheque - €108/year | €9/month direct debit


Club Rossie Silver membership – €3.23/week

Two entries into €40,000 Cash Draw

Exclusive Club Rossie Beanie Hat, car sticker, pen and key ring

10% of your contribution to your nominated Club

The exclusive Club Rossie Polo Shirt

Quarterly update to all members by email

Pay Cheque - €168/year  | €14/month direct debit


Club Rossie Gold membership - €4.38/week

Three entries into €40,000 Cash Draw

Exclusive Club Rossie Beanie Hat, car sticker, pen and key ring

10% of your contribution to your nominated Club

The exclusive Club Rossie Polo Shirt

Limited edition Club Rossie jacket

Reserved car parking for all Roscommon games in Hyde Park (pre-booking essential)

Plus All-Ireland tickets draw for all Gaelic Games Finals (Football, Hurling, Ladies Football, Camogie, Handball and Scór)

Option to purchase one All-Ireland ticket should Roscommon reach Senior final

Quarterly update to all members by email

Pay cheque - €228/year | €19/month direct debit


Sign up today!


€40,000 Cash Draw!

Everyone who joins Club Rossie enters into our €40,000 cash draw which takes place on Saturday 3rd May 2014 as well as getting the benefits of Club Rossie membership. The Club Rossie Prize Draw has €40,000 up for grabs:

First prize of €25,000

Second prize of €5,000

Five €1,000 prizes

Ten €500 prizes


Rossies abroad can win a trip home for two – simply sign up to either the Bronze, Silver or Gold Rossie package to be in with a chance of a trip home for you and a friend for a Roscommon GAA game!



Handball training is on every Sunday in Curraghboy handball complex and every Friday in St Brigids club Hall. 


8Yrs to 10Yrs - Boys and Girls, 11am to 12 Noon (Curraghboy handball complex) 

11Yrs to 13Yrs - Boys and Girls, 12 Noon to 1pm (Curraghboy handball complex) 

11Yrs to 13Yrs - Boys and Girls, 7 – 8:30 (Fridays only – one wall - St Brigids club Hall) 


Please note that Handball goggles must be worn by all participating. New members always welcome.     


Nursery Programme

The nursery programme continues every Saturday at 11am in the clubhouse. New members welcome.


Club Lotto

St. Brigid's GAA Club is delighted to announce that our weekly lotto is now available to play on-line, the jackpot, numbers and match three winners is all available also on this website.  




Last week’s results

Numbers Drawn 11 / 16 / 21 /24



WINS €17,800


Ann McManus, Clonderrig, Ballinahown

Fas Workers, C/O St Brigids GAA

Jennifer Power, Moyvannion, Kiltoom

Darren Finneran, Ballyforan

Carmel Kelly, Cam, Brideswell

Shaun O’Donohue, Curramore, Kiltoom

Noel O’Brien, 4 Newpark, Kiltoom

Draw takes place on Sunday night 13/04/2014

In St Brigid’s Sports & Social Centre at 11pm


St Brigid’s Ladies Report wk. ending 6/4/2014


Training continues for all grades from U8s to Senior. Players will be notified of any changes to normal training times. We are always welcoming new members. Training schedules or further information on St. Brigids Ladies GAA contact 086 0876933.

Training for U 14 and U 16 girls continues on Tuesday evening at 7:30 at pitch. Training for U 12 girls continue on Thursday evening at 8 at the clubhouse. Training for U8s & U10s continues on Monday evening at 6.30 at clubhouse.

Minor and Senior Training from 8.30 on Saturday in clubhouse.


Team photographs

The Ladies Committee is aiming to put photographs of all winning Ladies teams down through the years on the clubhouse wall. Anyone who may be able to help with information on winning teams or may have photographs of relevant teams is asked to contact ladies Committee Chairman Tomás Beades.




Minors: The Minor team recorded another excellent  league victory, this time against near neighbours Clann na nGael on Tuesday night of last week in Kiltoom. St Brigid’s led 0-7 to 0-2 at half-time and pushed on to win on a final scoreline of 0-11 to 0-5. Team and scorers: Shane Mannion(0-1), Conor McNiece, Brian Stack, Alan Daly, Ciaran Walshe, Martin Nolan, Robbie Fallon, Conor Murray, Eamon Cunnane, Conor Quinn (0-2), Luke Carty(0-2), John Cunningham(0-1), Jack McDonnell (0-4), Conor Gleeson (0-1), Mark Carson. Subs used: Paul Daly for M. Carson. Other subs: Ross Flanagan, Eoin Gleeson, Niall Ryan, Senan McBrearty, Darren Carroll, Cormac McDonnell.

The team’s league game against St Ciaran’s scheduled for Sunday last has been refixed for this coming Thursday in Fuerty at 7 pm while their next league game is this Tuesday evening, April 8th, against Padraig Pearses in Woodmount at 7 pm.

U-16s: The U-16s scheduled game against St Ciaran’s on Sunday last was postponed.

U-14s: The U-14s first league game of the season sees them take on Roscommon Gaels in Lisnamult on Thursday next, April 10th at 7pm. Players will be notified of full arrangements during the week. Féile:

St Brigid’s is a host club for this year’s Féile 2014 and arrangements will be discussed in detail at a parent information night on Monday, April 14th at 7.30pm. A notice outlining requirements needed for the information night will be distributed this week in advance to players via coaches.

U-12s: The U-12s are scheduled to play their first game in the Easyfix tournament away to Galway team Annaghdown on Saturday next,April 12th at 11 am. Players will be notified of full details during the week.

Camps: Applications are invited from third level students, who have experience in coaching underage players, to apply for coaching positions on Kellogg’s GAA Football and Hurling Cúl Camps in the county this summer. Students should forward CV with letter of application and details of experience to Roscommon GAA Games Manager Willie Hegarty by or by post to Willie Hegarty, Roscommon GAA Offices, Racecourse Road, Roscommon.