Guonn coiste Eire Og Na Clocha Liatha gach beannacht don Nollaig agus don Bhliain Nua ar gach duine a bhaineann leis an gclub.
The coiste of Eire Og extends the wish of a happy and peaceful Christmas and a New Year faoi shEan is faoi mhaise to all within the club and to all supporters and well-wishers.
AGM – As it turned out the AGM ended with some of the executive positions in the 2019 coiste unfilled so, as described by the incoming Cathaoirleach, it is a work in progress and he is on a mission of persuasion.
The posts remaining vacant were those of Rna and Oifigeach na n-Og (childrens officer).
The outgoing Rna Daniel OConnor, whose competence was widely lauded at the meeting, has sportingly agreed to remain on pro tem.
The coiste as it stands is Cathaoirleach; Brendan Cuddihy, Leas-Cathaoirleach: John Keane, Rna ?, Cisteoir: Larry Howard, Clraitheoir: Daniel English (adult) and Ciara Fagan (juvenile). Oifigeach na n-Og to be confirmed. Teachta Choiste Condae; Gerry Walsh and Fergus OBrien.
Gnth Baoill: Ciarn Ryan, Wendela Zegers, Kevin Healy, Pater Keane, Daniel OConnor, Gary Lehane, Ciarn Goff (Cathaoirleach fo-choiste na nOg).
Jottings: Comhgirdeachas to Luke Dorgan, very well known for his exploits with the camn, who was accorded the wonderful accolade of Wicklow Minor Footballer of the Year at the County Convention on Monday, December 10. r ngraidhn th, Luke! Well done.
For two sets of the clubs juveniles, the young camOgs and the under-13 hurlers, the year ended with very enjoyable events. The young camOgs had their party in the Jump Zone. They derived great pleasure from their utilisation of all the facilities on offer.
The under-13s were taken to Croke Park by their management team of Mark Barry and Liam Darcy for their presentation party and they thoroughly enjoyed the Croke Park Experience