The AGM will take place on Thursday 4th November 2021, in the club rooms in Lorcan O’Toole Park at 7.30pm. (If covid restrictions are not lifted the meeting will have to take place online and we will notify you of same).
The agenda for the night will be as follows
Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting
Adoption of Standing Orders
Hon. Secretary’s Report
Hon. Treasurer’s Report
Election of Officers/ Executive Committee
Notices of Motions
Any other Business
Notice of motions for the AGM and nominations of registered full members to serve on the Executive committee or as one of the ordinary committee members may be made by any two registered full members and must be submitted in writing to, and received by, the Secretary no later than Thursday 21st Oct 2021.
See below for downloading of forms for this purpose.
These should be sent to the Secretary (Catherine Fitzgerald) at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomorrow, Friday 24th September Crumlin GAA will take part in the GAA National Inclusive Fitness Day.
Every Friday at 5.15pm & 6.15pm our “Crumlin Champs’ initiative takes place at our hurling wall in Pearse Park. Crumlin Champs is a weekly inclusive training session for children with additional needs aged 4-12 years old. If you would like to get your child involved please email Laura at email@example.com. All equipment is provided and it is an affordable,pay as you go system.
So why not come along to Pearse Park between 5:15 & 7pm for some tea & coffee and see what being part of your local GAA club is all about!
If you can’t make it on Friday you can come to Pearse Park over the weekend to view any of our matches. We are actively recruiting players so if you or your children would like to get involved with Crumlin GAA, please contact our Games Promotion Officer Jason Perry at 085 838 3359.
Crumlin GAA is fully committed to the principles of inclusion and diversity at all levels.
Our aim: To offer an inclusive, diverse and welcoming environment for everyone.
Inclusion means people having a sense of belonging, of being comfortable in being part of something they value.
Diversity means being aware of accommodating and celebrating difference.
Inclusion and Diversity in many ways go together. Real inclusion reflects diversity, i.e. it aims to offer that sense of belonging to everyone, irrespective of gender, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, race or minority community and/or disability.
We also aim to
increase participation in GAA Games
offer a fun, healthy, social outlet for all abilities to the games Connect or re-connect people with their local GAA club
allow opportunities for everyone in the community to get involved.
to allow all participants the opportunity to develop their skills and team play in a safe and control environment
Our nursery training returns this Saturday 4th September at 10am in Pearse Park.
Our coaches are all looking forward to seeing our little Crumlin Superstars again after the summer break. We hope they are excited to get back learning new lifelong skills and seeing their club mates again.
It’s been a long summer without those weekly Saturday laughs & smiles. We are buzzing to get back!
Nursery training is for 4-7 year olds and is on a pay as you go basis and all equipment is provided. You can just drop up to Pearse Park on the day!
If you would like to get your child involved and have any queries please contact our Games Promotion Officer Jay Perry by phone/text on 0858383359 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shirley & Ailish’s Hospice Coffee Morning will be on Thursday 23rd September outside Shirley’s house on Cashel Road.
Shirley & Ailish have raised a staggering amount of much needed funds for the hospice over the last 13 years! Show your support this year and help keep the fundraising going.
There will be a mouth watering selection of baked treats and hot tea & coffee on offer. All in the name of charity of course 🙂
There is also a raffle and if you’d like to get some tickets please contact Ailish Barry. As always there are some great prizes on offer! For those who don’t have Ailish’s number and would like raffle tickets you can contact us via social media and we will arrange tickets. Tickets are €2 for 1 strip and €5 for 3 strips.
Pearse Park belonged to one man today and that was Crumlin legend Darren Hodgins.
Darren completed his unfathomable 147km fundraising run today in aid of Crumlin GAA Club.
Darren arrived back in Pearse Park in such good form and speed you’d be forgiven for thinking he only just ran from his house around the corner! An amusing story was shared that Darren challenged some of the U16 Camogie girl support runners to a sprint challenge in Tallaght and beat them all!
Darren has set an amazing example to all of us that whatever you set your mind to you can achieve and has also proven to be an amazing role model for all our juveniles to look up to.
Thank you Darren.
Darren expressed his gratitude to everyone who helped him achieve his goal.
All donations for Darren’s run will go directly towards to the promotion of Gaelic games to children in the Crumlin community.
Any donation no matter how small makes a huge difference to Crumlin GAA, a local community driven GAA club.
The GoFundMe link will remain open in case you still wish to donate. Donate here.
We would also like to thank every single person that came to the park this morning to show their support for Darren and Crumlin. Special thanks to all the volunteers who helped setup the bunting, signs and refreshments station & Alan Davis for the additional photography.
We would also like to thank Garden Party Hire for providing us with the beautiful gazebo, bar tables and stools.