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The Chairperson, Mick Moloney, and the Executive Committee of Moorefield GAA would like to wish our members and supporters home and abroad a Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year in 2021. Thanks for all your help and support for the club in 2020, it’s greatly appreciated.
Advice to Clubs and Counties – for activities post Dec 27th in the 26 Counties
CLUB SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
- Club Games
Under the new Level 5 Restrictions announced by Government and which take effect from December 27th, Club games are not permitted.
- Club Training
In level 5, underage and adult training can take place, but must be on a non-contact basis in pods of up to 15.
All clubs and players are reminded that Health Questionnaires and all other relevant control measures must continue to be followed.
- Use of Indoor Team Facilities
Dressing rooms, showers and all other indoor training facilities should remain closed for club activities.
Club Gyms in the 26 Counties may be opened for use by individuals only, with protective measures in place. Players/Teams must not train in groups.
- Committee Meetings
No indoor meetings can be held.
Moorefield GAA would like to send our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Dale Thorpe who has sadly passed away. Dale was a lifelong Moorefield supporter & got great joy supporting our teams over the years. He was a true Moorefield gentleman.
Our thoughts are with the Thorpe family during this difficult time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Our Mighty Moores had their last training session of 2020. We had a very different year but a fantastic one all the same, with lots of learning, fun and laughter! To mark the occasion the boys and girls were presented with the newly launched 2021 Mighty Moores’ training top. We’re looking forward to welcoming back all of our hard working players early next year.
We’d like to thank all the parents, coaches, mentors and players for all their efforts and hard work.
The training top will be available to order in the new year from our club shop.
Check out the Colemans on RTE’s After School Hub. They make an appearance at 29 mins to show their camogie and hurling skills. Well done Rian, Aoife & Seán.
The Cathaoirleach, Executive Committee, players and members of Moorefield GAA Club extend hearty congratulations to Mr Gerry King and Ms Noreen Duggan on their recent retirements as Principals of Scoil Mhuire Senior and Scoil na Naomh Uilig respectively.
Since its foundation in 1975, Scoil Mhuire has had a long and mutually beneficial association with Moorefield, and we thank Mr King for his cooperation in facilitating our involvement with the school during his principalship.
The success of our teams is due in no small measure to him, his colleagues and former staff in facilitating our coaches who helped develop Gaelic games to a very high standard. Indeed, we have always been very happy to offer the services of many of our members – especially past pupils – to coach the students and develop their skills.
Noreen Duggan is a passionate Moorefield supporter and took great pride in our 2015 Minor Championship victory when her son, Colin Barrett, was captain.
She had the singular honour of leading a new school into a whole new world of education and developing a wonderful teaching and support staff.
The Moorefield members on her teaching staff had great respect for her and Pat Flynn was a great addition to her team eight years ago. We know they helped the development of Gaelic games and participation in Cumann na mBunscol competitions and in the importance of good discipline and club/school loyalty which is vital in making ours a better community.
Dozens of Moorefield players who attended the Scoil Mhuire have worn the Kildare jersey with pride and provide good role models for our young people, and many from Scoil na Naomh Uilig will do so in the future.
We appreciated the attendance of Gerry and Noreen at many of our Annual Award functions and look forward to their company on similar occasions in the future. May they have long and happy retirements, secure in the knowledge that they have left a lasting imprint on Moorefield Club.