Lost Property

Following a recent clean-up of the storage area in our club dressing rooms we have over 20 sports tops which were left behind by our players during the 2017 season.

The tops have been washed and a number of them returned to their owners as they had their names written on them.

The remaining items have been photographed, labelled with a number and can be viewed below.

If you own an item, take note of the letter contact Paul Foster on 0868500303 to arrange collection.

Any items of clothing unclaimed by 31st January will be donated to the children in the orphanages supported by the Burren Chernobyl Project.

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Happy Christmas

Crecora Manister GAA Club wish all our players, coaches, club members, neighbours and friends a very Happy Christmas and a great New Year .

As each year closes we like to look back on achievements of 2017 and look forward to our Goals for 2018. While there was some silverware with our Minor footballers and U16 hurlers there were an awful lot of personal goals achieved by players and coaches throughout the year. We are very lucky for a small club to have a wealth of talent in the club with players representing our club on the U14 football , U15 Football , U15 hurling , U16 hurling , Minor football and u21 Football county panels this year.

A lot of our teams competed at the highest possible levels in both hurling and football and the aim for 2018 is to continue this trend. In 2018 there are real possibilities of county finals at a number of age-groups in both hurling and football so if we can train and play to our ability we could be looking at a very successful 2018.

Without the help of parents , sponsors , coaches and most importantly of all the players we would not be in the position we are in so thank you to everyone for your efforts throughout the year and we look forward to 2018 with great anticipation.

Support the Crecora Manister Goal Mile

The 6th Annual Crecora Goal Mile takes place again this year on Christmas day at 12 noon.

The one mile route which can be walked, jogged or run goes from the GAA pitch to the Church car park and back to the GAA pitch.
Parking will be available at the GAA pitch and participants are urged to have their cars parked before 11:50am.

To donate, just put what you can in the collection buckets on the day.
Proceeds from the run will go towards Goal’s overseas aid programs in famine stricken and war ravaged parts of the world.
While this is primarily a fundraising event, it is also a fantastic social occasion, so wrap up, get out, bring the dog, meet the neighbours and have a chat while you complete the Goal Mile.

Your support is greatly appreciated……see you at the pitch!