Club Notes 24th March 19

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Our u13 boys played a well matched game of football against Magheracloone in Cross on Saturday. Both teams had their first outing of the year and great teamwork was put on display by our boys. An entertaining and sporting game of football. Well done to both teams. 

Well done to the 20 players who played excellently and represented the club with pride at the Christopher Shields Tournament. Cuchulainns Blue were unlucky to come up short against Lavey. Cuchulainns White made it to the shield semi final after two impressive wins only to come up short in extra time by a point to Bailieborough. Well done to all the players and many thanks to all the coaches, supporters and parents for your encouragement and support.


Our U21 players played in their final game of the inaugural U21 league in Kingscourt on Bank Holiday Monday. Unfortunately 48 hours after our victory against Killinkere our lads were unable to progress to the final of the competition, as an impressive Kingscourt team won comfortably on a scoreline of  3;19 to 2;9.

The value of this competition was demonstrated by the passion shown by the large number of players who enjoyed playing in a competitive league game. This can only help to further develop the playing base in all clubs who have entered a team in this competition. All our U21 players will now progress to playing more regular competitive football with our Junior B Division 1 team or for our senior team.

Our adult Junior team started their Division 1 League campaign by hosting Ramor United in Edwin Carolan Community park on Thursday night last. After a closely contested first half a more experienced and older Ramor team won comfortably; 2;12 – 0;7. Our next league game will be away to Castlerahen on Saturday 30th at 4pm. Playing in Division 1 should prove to be very beneficial for any player who has any aspirations of playing at a higher level. All support welome.
Best wishes to Micheal Tynan, our senior management team and our Senior players as they commence their Division 2 campaign in Cornafean on Sunday 31st at 12 noon. All support will be welcome.
U13 boys training @7pm in Cross
Camogie training @6pm in Sports centre
U15 boys training @7pm in Cross
U17 boys training @7pm in Cross
St Kilians training @8pm in Cross
U14 & U16 girls training @6.30pm in Cross
U15 boys V Lavey challenge @7.30pm in Mullagh
U17 boys training @7pm in Cross
U7, U9, U11 boys training @10am in Mullagh
U8, U10, U12 girls training @11am in Mullagh
Reserves v Castlerahan @4pm in Castlerahan
U17 boys v Drumloman Gaels @12.30 in Mullagh
Seniors v Cornafean @12pm away.

Mullagh Sports Partnership Development:

Work behind the scene has continued on all fronts with regards to our proposed new development.

– We are awaiting confirmation on the relocation of an ESB substation on the Mullagh town side of our site. This is essential to accommodate our proposed plans.

– The tendering process for the development of a new adult pitch has commenced.

We plan to commence work this Spring and have this pitch ready for action in the Summer of 2020.

– The planning for a biodiversity walkway around the perimeter of the site is under progressing. We are in the process of receiving tenders from consultants interested in producing a feasibility study for this exciting project.

You will be able to view aerial images of the site via our social media and website soon.

Fundraising Committee Meeting;

Wed 27th Heritage Centre. We plan to commence organising and the  promotion of the proposed ‘Walk for the Walkway’ 5 peak challenge and Wedding Fashion Show.

Our annual Clg Cuchulainn club St Patrick Day Mass has become a real highlight of St Patrick Days celebration in our Parish. Sincere thanks to Fr John for his generosity and cooperation, to Leanne Monaghan who mesmerized the congregation ‘as gaeilge’, to the many players who read the Prayers of the Faithful, the gift bearers and to the catering team who provided for the masses after Mass in the Heritage Centre. Go Raibh Míle Maith Agaibh.

St Patricks Day Parade;

Sincere thanks to all the children and adults who helped in any way in participating in our ‘float’ at the St Patricks Day Parade. The theme of our float was to celebrate our 50th Birthday.

Be a Club Member in our 50th year – 18th December 1969 – 2019

Remember only paid up members for year are eligible and insured to use the club facilities and train/play for CLG Cuchulainn!

CLG Cuchulainn are happy to Introduce to you to our membership packages for 2019.  There are new forms of membership available this year and we would like your help to continue to develop additional facilities and build on the success of our club at various levels.  The development of the club is to ensure that the future footballers, juveniles, ladies & adult players are given the best facilities that they need to succeed, to wear the white and blue jersey with pride and honour.

As you are aware, we cater for ladies & mens football teams, underage boys & girl’s football teams, minor, U-20, junior and senior teams.  Our teams have shown us continued success in the past year and every year since our establishment 50 years ago in 1969. The club is offering you and your children state of the art facilities in our existing and proposed development, experienced, vetted & trained voluntary coaches, referee’s, a training pitch with lights, two well maintained main playing fields with flood lights including free and safe parking. We are asking for your support in helping us develop our club through the successful implementation of this new initiative which offers great value for membership and prepaid entry to our weekly lotto draw.

  • Juvenile Membership (ages 6 – 20) €50

  • Student Membership (over 20 in full time education) €70

  • Non Playing Adult Membership €70

  • Non Playing Adult Membership Deal; (includes 1 annual Lotto Ticket) €130

  • Playing Membership; (includes 1 annual Lotto Ticket) €150

  • Family Membership; (includes 1 annual Lotto Ticket) €250

– Includes 2 adults and any number of juveniles.

  • Cairde Cuchululainn€350

All funds generated from this new level of family membership will be ring fenced for the development of our present and planned facilities on our newly acquired ground adjoining our pitch in Mullagh. Members. Family membership (2 adults and all children under 20 years of age) 2 Annual Lotto Tickets (4 numbers between 1-30 inclusive x 2) 2 Club membership cards (for 2 adults) Free access to all home games Free refreshments at half time in all home games. One branded Cairde Cuchulainn item.

Instalment Payment Option;

Instalment payment option is only available on line and up to the 1st March 2019.

– Option to pay in 2 instalments;

50% payment due when you complete your online membership form (eg Feb 16th), and 50% due one month from date of initial registration ( eg. March 16th).

Please note that your registration is not officially accepted until full payment has been received.

You can register on and click ‘find my club’

Keep track of games & trainings on our club calender on our website
All pitch bookings must be made through Mick Lennon.
Never miss out on a draw!!!!! Don’t regret not doing your numbers if they are drawn. Play online now @
The lotto is a viral part of funding our day to day running of the club.
We need volunteers for 2/3 times a year, to sell tickets on a Saturday night in Mullagh. Please contact the pro on fb or e mail .
All children MUST wear a gumshield for training and matches. They will not be permitted to train or play if they have not got one.
We wish to bring to your attention the following.
In accordance with Children First Act   2015  and folowing club policy all coaches /managers must have successfully completed Garda Vetting and attended relevant Child Protection training.
The club  take the issue of child safety very seriously and therefore respectfully request that individuals (other than designated coaches and managers) refrain from entering dugouts or the pitch during coaching sessions/matches.
Thank you for your co-operation.
It’s nearly football season so keep in mind our Cryospa for all those knocks or injuries you might get.
 The North East Cryospa in Mullagh Sports Centre is officially open and available . This modern salinised ice bath has proven to be an excellent facility in assisting recovery post exercise for many professional and amateur sportspeople around the world. Call 087 1273058 to book a well earned chill .
Discounted rate for GAA clubs
€10 per session per person.
Receive 1 free session after every 10 sessions.
Bingo every Sunday night in Mullagh Hall @8.30pm. Come along and try our new game lucky 90. €2 a number. Come early as they sell out every week.
Clg Cuchulainn club gear can be purchased in Sports Connexions in Virginia shopping centre.
Jerseys in stock in all sizes.
Stay connected with all our news on our fb page clgcuchulainn . To get something posted on fb contact our pro Sandra on 0879212380 or Also keep upto date with Match reports etc on twitter @clgcuchulainn.

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