Monthly Archives: July 2020

Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile Notes: Week Beginning 27th Of July 2020

Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile Notes: Week Beginning 27th Of July 2020

July 31st, 2020 | News

Senior Men
Sunday 26th July we had our first home game for our Senior/ Reserve men of 2020.  With the announcement made on Thursday evening that spectators would be allowed to attend outdoor sporting events it was great to see our supporters back in Pearse Park.  Our seniors were unlucky not to get something out of the game, losing out by three points to visitors Dromore.  Trailing by 4 points at half time, our seniors

Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile Notes: Week Beginning 20th Of July 2020

Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile Notes: Week Beginning 20th Of July 2020

July 22nd, 2020 | News

After several months with no Gaelic games happening around Ireland due to Covid 19 we were delighted last weekend to see the restart of many GAA games.  What an opening weekend it was for the Pearses with our Senior Men, Reserve Men and Senior Ladies all winning their matches.  However our under 14 boys and minor ladies were unfortunate not to secure a win.

Return To Matches

Return To Matches

July 19th, 2020 | News

Weekend Results
Men
Seniors: Donaghmore 0-7 Galbally 2-9
Reserves: Donaghmore 0-5 Galbally 2-9
Ladies
Seniors: Galbally 3-11 Coalisland 5-3
U14 Boys
Galbally 2-4 Donaghmore 5-12

Rose Murphy (R.I.P)

Rose Murphy (R.I.P)

July 15th, 2020 | News

Over the past few difficult months Piarsaigh an Ghallbhaile have bade a sad farewell to a number of club members whose deaths, whilst untimely, had not been unexpected. Nothing however could have prepared us for the shocking news that broke shortly after 9am on Tuesday 7th of July when we learned of the sudden passing of Rose Murphy, one of our most loyal supporters and very active club member. Rose was a real bundle of energy when she got going and the old saying that “she wouldn’t see you in her road when something needed doing” was most applicable.
One of the answers to the recent weekly quiz featured photographs from the Tír Eoghain County Convention that the club