My Life / GAA Healthy Club-Every Step Counts Initiative
A reminder that this initiative continues until Wednesday the 23rd February 2022.
If a club logs 4,000km between all its members during the five weeks period it will be entered into a draw for a O’Neills voucher to the value of €5,000 per province.
We have reached a total of 8,068km as of Sunday evening 30th January and so have reached the 4,000km target.
However we would encourage everyone to keep up the exercise and try to get as high a score as possible.
Harty Cup Final
Best of luck to our clubman Rían O’Byrne who will be lining out with Ardscoil Rís in the Harty Cup final next Saturday 5th February against St. Joseph’s Tulla in the Gaelic Grounds at 1pm.
My Life / GAA Healthy Club-Every Step Challenge
Crecora Manister GAA & Crecora Camogie Club would like to invite its members along with the community to participate in the GAA HEALTHY CLUBS EVERY STEP COUNTS CHALLENGE
This challenge is being organised by the GAA, Irish Life & Operation Transformation and will commence on Wed 19th of January 2022 and continues until Wednesday the 23rd of February 2022.
If a club logs 4,000km between all its members during the five weeks period it will be entered into a draw for a O’Neills voucher to the value of €5,000 per province, not to mention the associated health benefits for those who participate,
Crecora-Manister GAA Club has registered for this challenge and our community walking track is available to all for the challenge and is floodlit from dusk until 9pm each day and it takes 4 steps to get involved.
1:Download the “MY LIFE BY IRISH LIFE APP to your phone from the app store or Google playstore,
2:Register your details
3:Join the Crecora-Manister GAA Group Go To Challenges/Munster Gaa/Crecora Manister Gaa.
……GET OUT THOSE RUNNERS AND BE READY TO GO…….
Aisling Murphy Remembered
We would ask people to bring a tea light to the walking track for the start of the walking challenge tomorrow evening Wednesday 19th January at 7pm to remember Aisling Murphy, the Co. Offaly schoolteacher who was tragically killed last week.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.
Well done to our club members Cathal O’Neill and Rian O’Byrne on their recent impressive performances for Limerick and Ardscoil Rís respectively.
Cathal started at half forward and contributed 4 fine points from play in Limerick’s comfortable 4-29 to 0-11 win over Kerry in the Co-Op Superstores Munster Hurling Cup semi final.
They now meet Clare in the final in Ennis next Sunday 23rd January at 2pm in Ennis.
Meanwhile earlier in the month, Rian O’Byrne impressed for Ardscoil Rís scoring 0-2 in their Dr Harty Cup quarter final win over Midleton CBS. They now go on to meet Thurles CBS in the semi-final this Saturday 22nd January in McDonagh Park in Nenagh with a 1pm throw in.
Our Club expresses its condolences to the Rea family on the passing of Thomas Rea, late of Brickfield, Effin.
Thomas is the late brother of Mike Rea our former GAA Club Chairman and uncle of Cillian and Orna, members of our GAA and Camogie clubs respectively.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
Crecora Manister GAA and Crecora Camogie Clubs would like to invite its members, along with all in the community, to participate in the GAA Healthy Clubs-Every Step Counts Challenge.
This challenge is being organised by the GAA, Irish Life and Operation Transformation, and commences on Wednesday 12th January 2022 and continues for five weeks until Wednesday 16th February 2022.
If a club logs 4,000km between all its members during the five-week period, it will be entered into a draw for O’Neills vouchers to the value of €5,000 per province, not to mention the associated health benefits for those who participate!
Crecora Manister GAA Club has registered for this challenge and our Community Walking Track is available to all for the challenge and is floodlit from dusk until 9pm every day. It takes just 4 steps to get involved:
1. Download the “MyLife by Irish Life” app to your phone from the App Store or Google Playstore;
2. Register your details;
3. Join the Crecora Manister GAA Group: Go to Challenges/Munster GAA/Crecora Manister GAA club;
4. Bring your phone with you on your walks to record your steps;
To help with the challenge, the club has designated Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7pm-9pm at the Community Walking Track for group walking times, but please note that all walking by registered persons over the 5 weeks will be counted towards the club challenge.
Happy New Year to our club members and all in the community, and we hope this challenge will help to motivate you to get 2022 off to a healthy start!