Important Message - Training

21 November 2011
Important Message from the Senior Hurling Management 2012
Hurling training for the 2012 season has already commenced. We have held two sessions on Sunday 12th and 19th November 2011 with good turnouts. We intend to keep this training ongoing up until Christmas and continue in the New Year. Training will continue every Sunday commencing at 12pm and last for approximately 1 hour.
We want to make it aware that we are striving to make vast improvements to the set up for the senior hurling team this year, hence we have begun training earlier than usual. We want to make everyone aware that this training is open to all players, ex players, those who havenít hurled before and those who are interested in joining the hurling panel for 2012. We believe we have 38 eligible players to play senior hurling for 2012 (and possibly another 8 more that the management team are aware of), something which hasnít been seen in the hurling set up for quite a while, and as such, there is potential for a very strong push for establishing what should be a exciting year ahead.
This can only be achieved if all hurlers are willing to partake in these sessions. As last yearís panel can concur, the Ulster League proved to be a useful workout for pre season and gave the team a solid base going into the league and Championship. The Management team believe that training at this time of year could prove fruitful when the Ulster League beings in February and thus bring this training into the league and championship.
The feedback so far from the two sessions already held has been very positive and a full quota of players would make it more worthwhile. Should you need any more information please contact Marty Robb on 07725215166. Also, should you be aware of any player who may be interested in hurling but does not know what step to take next, donít hesitate to contact Marty. We hope to see a good turnout this coming Sunday at 12pm.
Go raibh mile maith agaibh Senior Hurling Team Management 2012.
 "Every action of our lives touches on some chord that will vibrate in eternity."