Davitts GAA Club will hold an awards presentation night on Saturday 9th February in The Borderline, Ballindine. The 2018 Players of the year at Senior, Junior and U-21 level, Clubperson of the Year and the latest addition to the Hall of Fame will be announced.
The special guest will be Corofin and Galway’s ace attacker and current All-Star, Ian Burke, a past pupil of Ballindine National School.
The fun begins at 9pm…
The draw for the groupings in this year’s O Mara Cup competition was made last week.
Group 1 consists of Kilmaine, The Neale, Ballinrobe, Hollymount Carramore and Mayo Gaels.
Group 2 will be contested by Claremorris, Garrymore, DAVITTS and Shrule Glencorrib.
The first round of matches will be played on Feb 16th/17th and the competition will be run off over five weeks culminating in the final (winner group 1 v winner group 2) on March 23rd/24th.
Mayo GAA are on the lookout for new football & hurling referees for 2019.
Why Become a GAA Referee?
• Stay involved with the game as an alternative to playing
• Fitness – It’s a great way to keep fit
• Learn more about the game
• Give Something Back – offers players, at the end of their playing days, the opportunity to continue in the sport
Please contact our Michael 087-6735435 or Declan 087-9083592 for more information. Courses for all those interested in becoming a referee will be held in early 2019.