Club News

Club lotto

posted by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

Reminder : 
For all non club lotto ticket holders in Tourlestrane Gaa  there will be club officers at the Hilary Room this evening between 6:30 and 8pm for new signing .

U16 girls training

posted 20 Feb 2018, 12:07 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

U16 girls training at 10am Saturday morning next at the Astro pitch and once again a reminder to bring your own water bottles please to all teams training as there is a continual boil water notice in the area 💚💛

Important remindert

posted 20 Feb 2018, 12:06 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

Important reminder : anybody involved in training or coaching under age teams NEED to have a child protection course AND Garda vetting completed. Nobody can be excused so please ensure you have both before the season gets under way . 
Contact Colm Corcoran on 086 189 4912.

2018 Adult Competition Structures

posted 12 Feb 2018, 03:50 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

Senior Football Championship 2018-10 Teams

2 Groups of 3 Teams, 1 Group of 4 Teams

2 Finalists from last year (Tourlestrane and Eastern Harps) seeded in 2 Groups. One drawn in Group 1 (4 Team) and one drawn in either Group 2 or Group 3

Round robin league (3 weekends)

1st placed team in Group 1 (4 Teams) qualifies for Semi-finals.

2nd and 3rd placed teams in Group of 4 plus 1st & 2nd placed teams in groups of 3 qualify for Quarterfinals (6 Teams)

1st Group 2 v 3rd Group 1

2nd Group 1 v 2nd Group 3

1st Group 3 v 2nd Group 2

3 Quarterfinal winners qualify for Semi-finals. Open Draw made after Quarterfinals.

Bottom 3 Teams go to Relegation. Two teams drawn to play in Relegation semi-final with loser to play remaining team in Relegation Final with loser relegated to Intermediate for 2019. Draw for Relegation to take place with Group draws.

Intermediate Football Championship 2018-10 Teams

2 Groups of 3 Teams, 1 Group of 4 Teams

Round robin league (3 weekends)

1st placed team in Group 1 (4 Teams) qualifies for Semi-finals.

2nd and 3rd placed teams in Group of 4 plus 1st & 2nd placed teams in groups of 3 qualify for Quarterfinals (6 Teams)

2nd Group 1 v 2nd Group 2

1st Group 2 v 2nd Group 3

1st Group 3 v 3rd Group 1

3 Quarterfinal winners qualify for Semi-finals. Open Draw made after Quarterfinals

Bottom 3 Teams go to Relegation. Two teams drawn to play in Relegation semi-final with loser to play remaining team in Relegation Final with loser relegated to Junior A for 2019. Draw for Relegation to take place with Group draws.

Junior A Championship-9 Teams

3 Groups of 3. (Easkey, Owenmore Gaels & Cloonacool seeded. 1 Team drawn in each Group)

Round robin League (3 weekends)

Two teams out of 3 first placed teams drawn to Semi-finals. Remaining first placed team and 3 second placed teams drawn to play 2 Quarterfinals. Open draw for Semi-finals made after the quarterfinals.

Bottom placed team in each Group play in Relegation. Two teams drawn to play a semi-final with the loser playing the remaining team in a Relegation Final.  Loser of Final relegated to Junior B for 2019.

Junior B Championship

Format to be confirmed once number of Teams entering are known.

 

Division 1 League-10 Teams

9 Rounds. Top 2 Teams qualify for League Final.

Bottom team relegated to Division 2

Division 2 League-10 Teams

9 Rounds. Top 2 teams qualify for league final with winner of Final promoted to Division 1.

Bottom team relegated to Division 3.

Division 3-8 Teams

7 Rounds. Top 2 teams qualify for league final with winner of Final promoted.

Bottom placed team relegated to Division 4

Division 4-Numbers TBC

Top 2 teams qualify for league final with winner of Final promoted.

Kiernan Cup-Division 1 Teams

2 Groups of 5. Top team in each group qualifies for final.

Benson Cup-Division 2 Teams

2 Groups of 5. Top team in each group qualifies for final.

 Abbott Cup-Division 3 Teams

2 Groups of 4. Top Two Teams on each Group Qualify for Semi-finals.

 

Hurling Championship

Senior hurling championship top 4 qualify for Semi-final 1v4  2 v 3 

Dermot Molloy Hurling League

2 Group of 4 Teams- Group 1: Tourlestrane, Western Gaels, Easkey and Tubbercurry and Group 2: Coolera/Strandhill, Calry/St. Joseph’s and Naomh Eoin and Manorhamilton). Top two teams in each Group qualify for semi Finals. 3rd and 4th placed teams qualify for Shield semi-final.

Martin Brennan Cup

To be played in August without County players. Teams to be confirmed.

 

Important Dates:

Tuesday 27th February-5 Regraded players for Championship to be submitted. This is a County Bye law and no deviation or late applications will be considered. Regraded players will be approved at March County Board meeting.

Friday 9th March-List of Top 12 players not available to Clubs Second League Team to be submitted.

Friday 30th March-Club Championship Draws

Untitled Post

posted 11 Feb 2018, 12:39 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

Club notes 
We congratulate and welcome our new Chairman of Tourlestrane Gaa Club David Bailey and also our new Vice Chairman Kevin Harrington who were elected last week and also to Cathy Egan our new club secretary. Best of luck to you all in your new posts . 
Congratulations to Tourlestrane Gaa man Tomas Henry and his beautiful bride Michelle Simpson on their recent marriage 
Congratulations to  Padraig Maye who is a shining example to any athlete both young and old of what can be achieved as recently Padraig picked up an "Outstanding Achievement Award" at the Mayo County Board Athletics Awards. Padraig was awarded 5 medals in the Irish Masters last July Well done Padraig.
Our sympathies to the Walsh family of Coolrecuil on the passing of Bridie Walsh this week and also to the Breheny Family and the St Mary's Club on the passing of Tommy Breheny Snr. 

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New Chairman and Vice Chairman

posted 3 Feb 2018, 10:28 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

We congratulate and welcome our new Chairman of Tourlestrane Gaa Club David Bailey and also our new Vice Chairman Kevin Harrington who were elected at the meeting earlier this evening. Best of luck to you both in your new posts . 💚💛

Ladies Fundamental Course

posted 24 Jan 2018, 00:42 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

To all Club members
Ladies Fundamental Coaching Course :

There are 6 places left on the ladies Fundamental course in  Kilmactigue on March 3rd next and anyone involved in ladies football has to have this done WITH Child Protection (see below) before they start helping out.

In April 2016 it was enacted into legislation that all adults who are involvied in coaching, training, mentoring or in any other capacity with children must be Garda Vetted and have a Child protection course completed.

Colm Corcoran our club Children's Officer has requested that managers of all teams ensure that any person involved with their team is compliant with this legislation.

Any person that wishes to be Garda Vetted and wishes to complete a Child protection course is asked to contact Colm Corcoran on 086 189 4912

To book a place on the ladies Fundamental Course contact Maureen Walsh on 087 919 6032

AGM Update...

posted 21 Jan 2018, 06:24 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

Due to the fact that a number of positions in the club remain unfilled following yesterday's AGM there shall be another meeting in the Hilary Room at 5pm on Saturday Feb 3rd to fill these posts . Best wishes to acting Chairman Brendan Leonard stepping down after 10 great years of service to the club and thank you to Matt Marren stepping down as vice Chairman . To Amanda Lundy our secretary for the past 4 years a big thank to her on her retirement and we welcome Cathy Egan as in-coming Secretary . Best of luck to Cathy in her new post. 
We shall have a full list of officers appointed and managers  for Hurling, Men's Football and Ladies Football when all posts are filled in 2 weeks 💚💛

Important notice on Child protection

posted 20 Jan 2018, 05:36 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

To all Club members

In April 2016 it was enacted into legislation that all adults who are involvied in coaching, training, mentoring or in any other capacity with children must be Garda Vetted and have a Child protection course completed.

I ask that managers of or teams ensure that any person involved with their team is compliant with this legislation.

This issue has been brought up at both Gaa conferences this year and unfortunately clubs are not compliant.

There are huge fines for clubs in breach and as of now any person who is not compliant cannot be involved with our children in our club.

Any person that wishes to be Garda Vetted and wishes to complete a Child protection course is asked to contact Colm Corcoran on 086 189 4912.

Thanking You all for your assistance.

Colm Corcoran- Tourlestrane Children’s Officer. 

Child Protection Course t

posted 19 Jan 2018, 10:23 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

Tourlestrane Gaa are running a child protection course in Kilmactigue Community Centre  on Monday Feb 5th from 7-10pm delivered by Eamon  Mullen, children's officer of Sligo GAA. There are a number of places still available on this course . To book a place please contact Maureen Walsh on 087 9196032.

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