There will be a meeting on Thursday 2nd February in the committee room at 8pm to discuss our new & exciting Youth Development plan. If you have children involved in the club or are interested in helping to develop under age structures please come along to this meeting – everyone is very welcome.
Our Senior men played their first game of 2017 in Pearse Park on Sunday 29th January in great conditions. A great game of end to end football saw the Pearses come out winners on a scoreline Galbally 3-13 Strabane 0-17. Our senior men have their second game in the Ulster League on Sunday 5th February against Glenullin in Glenullin, Co. Derry at 11am. All support welcome.
Training continues on Wednesday night at 7pm.
Training continues Wednesday night at 7pm & Saturday at 10am. Please spread the word to anyone not on Facebook. All new faces welcome and anyone who may not have played in a while.
Training continues Wednesday night at 7pm and Saturday at 11am. We welcome all girls from Primary 7 upwards including anyone born in 2003. Please spread the word to anyone not on Facebook. All new faces welcome and anyone who may not have played in a while.
The first round of Scór Sinsear will be taking place in early February. If anyone wishes to participate can you please contact Mairead Hurson.
No Jackpot Winner. This week’s numbers (Tuesday 31st January) were: 16, 12, 5 & 2. Our 5 lucky dip winners winning £20 each were: Ciaran Corrigan, Helen McVeigh, Rory Kelly, Seamus Corrigan & Kevin Corrigan. Next week’s jackpot returns to £2200. Next Draw takes place on Tuesday 7th February at 9pm. If you need a lotto seller to call to your home, contact any committee member or alternatively tickets can be purchased in Tally’s Mace or Donnelly’s Post Office. Lotto is an essential source of income for the club & your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Our Club Shop will be opened this Friday night from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.
We welcome back our existing members this year and would also encourage new members to come and be part of our club. Only paid up members for 2017 are eligible and insured to use club facilities and train/play for Galbally Pearses. It is important that anyone who intends to play football for our club is registered – if you are not registered you will not be able to play, apply for Gaeltacht Grant or participate in the Scor. Thank you for your continued support & we welcome you to be a part of our GAA community & club. We will be holding a registration evening in February – more details to follow.
Adults: – £30// Husband & Wife: – £50 // Student/Over 65 years: – £10 // Youth (Under 18): – £5 – Please note that if you are a Club na Piarsaigh member this covers membership for husband & wife, but not children.
Club na Piarsaigh
Subscriptions are now due for the 2017 year for anyone paying annually. If you wish to join our scheme this covers your membership for the year. If you require further information please contact any committee member or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an information pack or download from our website: – www.galballygac.com
Well done to Niamh Rafferty who has been selected as the Captain of the Tyrone Ladies U14 team for 2017. A great honour to represent your club at this level.
Health & Well-Being
Please see below a list of names, numbers and web addresses of organisations that offer services to help improve mental health and emotional wellbeing. You never have to be alone – there is always someone out there to speak to.
Minding Your Head has information on how to protect your mental and emotional wellbeing and the issues that can affect it, eg anxiety or depression.
About Helplines. Helplines Network NI is a membership led organisation consisting of over 25 different helplines operating across Northern Ireland.
The Niamh Louise Foundation – Suicide Support Group 028 8775 3327
Niamh Louise Youth Street Collection Dungannon. Thank you to all those who volunteered & who donated to our street collection in Dungannon Square on Saturday.
Lifeline 0808 808 8000
Facing the Future has been developed by Samaritans and Cruse Bereavement Care to support people affected by suicide. 116 123
We as an organisation and as individuals will give supportive care to people suffering emotional pain and hurt. 028 7126 69999
AWARE Defeat Depression 0845 120 2961
Following on from a successful presentation hosted by St Josephs Primary School, Galbally we would encourage as many parents to be aware of for your child’s Internet usage and Online Reputation. Further details available from the primary school.
If you or anyone in your family isn’t receiving our club notes by email and would like to be added to our mailing list, subscribe through the link on our website www.galballygac.com
Thoughts & Prayers
Our thoughts and prayers are with any families in the area who are dealing with bereavement or illness in their family at this time.