The Club Annual General Meeting will take place in Corrigan Park on Friday 17th November. Nominations for positions within Naomh Eoin CLG, for the 2017/18 year, should be returned to the club Secretary no later than Tuesday 14th November 2017. Download the nomination form here – Nominations form 2017
Monthly Archives: October 2017
At the back end of a very enjoyable and successful season ladies football in the club is stronger than ever and numbers playing our sport have increased significantly. In order to keep this momentum going and to ensure that everyone who has an interest in helping in any way next season we have organised a […]
Juvenile Training Winter Schedule Nov – March – Saturdays With the need to stop using the grass pitch over the winter months for training please see the below times for Juvenile Training in the club on Saturdays. This will start on Saturday the 4th November 2017. 3G Sports Hall 3G Sports Hall School 3G School […]
Gaelic4Mothers and others All Ireland Blitz Saturday 14th October 2017, the date for this year’s National Gaelic4Mothers and Others football Blitz. It was early morning when we left Asda car park to travel to host club Naomh Mearnog (Portmarnock), who had the honour and task of once again organising this year’s event. Excitement and nerves […]
Additional club jackets from the Signature works will now be available for order this Saturday in the Chatterbox from 10 to 12. Delivery in time for Christmas.
Naomh Eoin hosted the annual Tommy Best Cup earlier this month and what a great day of hurling it turned out to be. With Davitt’s, Naomh Pol and Naomh Eanna joining our own U10 teams, all the players who took part got plenty of playing time in the small-sided games that culminated in cup […]
Big Windy pulled out all the stops today to get HQ bedecked in the blue and white for the final. Plenty of time to get your own colors up before the weekend so get busy with those hats, scarves and headbands!
Naomh Eoin senior footballers finally made it over the line against reigning county champions Cargin after 2 epic semi-final games, the second of which included extra time. In truth, there was nothing between the 2 sides, but the Johnnies resilience and ability to find that extra gear after after nearly 80 minutes at Glenavy proved […]
DENIS O’HARA’S compelling collection of riveting stories on the history of GAA progress in County Antrim, is titled ‘Corrigan Park – A Place Apart’. The unique tome will be unwrapped at Cushendall’s Parish Centre on Friday evening, October 6, at 8.30pm, and in a book launch in the St John’s GAC Clubrooms, Corrigan Park, on […]