Easter Camp (29th and 30th march)
Our Senior coach Geraldine O Flynn will be holding a two day Easter camp on Wed 28th and Thurs 29th March from 10am to 1.30pm each day at the Glanmire Gaa club.The camp will be open to girls and boys age 7-13.
Cost is €20 per child or two children for €30.
To register your child please text our club secretary Kevin Walsh on 087 8101710.
U12b v Cloyne
Glanmire U12B played there first match of the of the season against Cloyne U12.The girls were eager to get started as nothing beats playing games.In very testing conditions on a very soft pitch the early stages were very evenly contested. Glanmire eventually when they started to believe in themselves began to add some fine scores.Not much in it at half time.The second half started brightly and aided by a strong breeze kept the score board ticking over.Glanmire eventually running out winners.A fine team performance with superb performances all over the pitch.Big thanks to Cloyne for traveling and for a very sporting game.
U13 v Carrigtwohill
U13s had a tough physical match on a cold morning this bank holiday Monday morning against Carrigtwohill in the 14b league, unfortunately going down 4 goals and 2 points to 4 points. Great battling performance from the girls and very unlucky not to get something from the game.
Strong performances by Caoimhe Richmond on goal, Liadin Shepard in centre back, with Isabelle Kearney in wing forward. Laura O’Brien also played well contributing a point from play, and Ceoli Long put in a busy shift in midfield, Abigail Thornhill also working very hard up front. Well done to all involved.
U16 v watergrashill
Our second match in the u16 East Cork football league was played on Friday last (16th March) against Watergrasshill on a pitch in GCC that was in good condition despite the recent weather. Weather conditions were also unexpectedly favourable for the match. Both sides played good football, but the standard of finishing by Glanmire was of a higher quality. Watergrasshill also lost a key player to injury, and this affected their competitiveness. A great win for glanmire was recorded at the final whistle.