No. 02 - 16012010

Club Premises clean up
The Newly elected Club committee has issued an appeal for support this Sunday. This job has been on the to do list for some time but with the flooding of the hall on Sunday (burst water pipe) the need to act has now become an imperative. If you Can spare an hour please come along and help out. The club premises clean up is commencing at 11.30 on Sunday 17th Jan 2010. Everyone’s help would be appreciated.
Registration nights
This year the club will be holding 2 nights for club members to come and register with St Agnes GAC. If you want to play hurling or football for St Agnes GAC you need to be registered. The 03/02/2010 will be the first official club registration event, members can turn up at the Club between 7.00pm and 9.00pm, a payment plan facility is available, members can sign up to this on the night.
Annual Awards Voting
Voting for the Annual Awards is now open, members should text their votes as detailed below, It was agreed at the Annual General Meeting that:-
Votes for Hurler of the year should be text to Joe - 07719952072
Votes for South Antrim and Senior Footballers of the year should be text to Roy - 07854296022
Votes for Club person of the year should be text to Frankie - 07710502902
Please make sure to identify yourself when sending in your vote, anonymous votes will not be considered.
Scor and Irish Language Quiz
The Club will be entering both Scor and the Irish Language quiz. anybody interested in these events should contact Conor Caldwell (07749960638) or Chris Ward. (07540863326).
Training for senior club members
Training for all club senior members will be commencing in the coming weeks, details of training will be posted soon. All members will be expected to attend.
Note for Hurlers
As you may be aware the GAA has introduced a rule regarding the wearing of hurling helmets (with faceguard). All players from juvenile to senior are now required to wear a helmet while training and during matches, with no exceptions. Referees have been instructed that matches cannot take place unless ever hurler is wearing a helmet; the rule also extends to hurling training sessions. St Agnes will not be supplying hurling helmets for senior members of the club,