With the 2015 season nearly upon us, the club will be embarking on the next stage of our facilities improvement plan. Some of you will have noticed the re-sodding of the goal areas or may have used the new spin cycles or gym facilities, whilst the indoor hall is a godsend in the current inclement […]
A few dates for your diary… Stephen’s Day Charity Walk – Naomh Eoin will be holding a charity walk for all the family in the Fall’s Park on 26th December in aid of cancer research. The walk will start at 11am, with refreshments available at the club afterwards. No better time for everyone to get […]
Those members interested in managing or coaching Naomh Eoin teams in 2015 are asked to inform the Secretary, Jim Donnelly, by Friday 12th December at the latest.
Naomh Eoin U21 footballers were crowned county champions yesterday after an at times nervy, but ultimately well deserved victory over Lamh Dhearg.
Trials for the U15 Football Development Squad will commence Sunday 7th December – All Saints Ballymena – 12noon until 2pm. Players born in 2000 are eligible at this age group in 2015.
All our senior codes have come together to arrange a fundraiser on Saturday 6th December in the club. It’s Christmas Jumper themed so we’d like to see you there in the worst looking jumper you can find…
With the imminent laying of the new 3g floor for the Sports Hall, Ronan Heenan and Fergal Collins have been working on a business plan in relation to management of the Sports Hall and other club facilities.
The naomh Eoin 2014 AGM will be on Friday 21st November at 7.00pm. Nomination forms will be available in due course. Plenty of time to think about what you can contribute in 2015! You’d be amazed to see how much difference even 1 hour per week can make so please give it some consideration.
Naomh Eoin juvenile ladies visited Croke on Sunday for the ladies finals, enjoying the atmosphere and the excitement 3 great matches.
At the risk of oversimplifying things, it is claimed that climate change is a bad thing. Not too many supporters or spectators attending the Under 16 County Hurling final at Lámh Dhearg on Sunday afternoon would have been of the same opinion, as the sun shone and the wind calmed to a whisper.