Ouir new club web store is now open at O'Neills. This is the only source for club-approved merchandise and the club receives a contribution towards equipment for every purchase made. Check it out now.
The club AGM will be held on Friday 24th November at 8pm. We look forward to seeing everyone there.
Members will be receiving written notification in the coming days, including committee and motion forms. If you would like to submit these forms electronically, download from the links below and e-mail to the club secretary (details included in the forms).
It's finally time for throw in and Carrickmacross Emmets are delighted to be hosting round one games in both the boys and girls Division 1 series across the weekend. Match times are as follows;
Friday 23rd June
5-00pm Castlebar v St Broughan’s
5-45pm Emmets v St Broughan’s
6-30pm Donaghmoyne v Castlebar
7-15pm Emmets v Donaghmoyne
10-00am Emmet Ladies v Killucan
11-00am Emmets v Castlebar
Keep an eye on the official results site for progress updates and be sure to check out the John West Feile webpage for additional info as well as the official Feile Facebook page, Emmets Facebook page and follow @feilegaa on twitter.
Best of luck to all participants.
It’s that time of the year again where the Gaelic Football season takes off and the club is looking forward to seeing all our players back out on our pitches and in our new dressing rooms on the Donaghmoyne Road. Texts and/or notes will be issued from coaches prior to each age group starting back.
In order to get the formalities out of the way we encourage parents to attend a registration night, this Friday the 5th February in the Emmet Centre on the Ballybay Road where registration of all players aged U6 – U16 for the 2016 season will take place.
Membership is €20 per child, €30 per Adult and €70 per Family (2 Adults and any number of children up to and including Minor). All boys of school going age are welcome to join.
This year the club would appreciate if at least one parent of each juvenile player became a member of the club. Increased membership numbers improve our chances of securing funding when applying for grants and also the membership fees are an important source of funding to meet the running costs of the club as we continue to improve our facilities.
Looking forward to seeing you there on Friday and many thanks for your continued support.