​Féile na nGael Óg ag Naomh Éanna


To celebrate the end of a 9-week Foundation program, Na hÉanna Óga hosted a weekend of indoor Hurling and Football in St Malachy’s College. 

Over the course of the weekend, 36 hurlers and 44 footballers, many of whom had only started in the cold mornings of January, adopted the Go Games approach to Gaelic Games.  

Based on the Small Teams model, Go Games are at the heart of Juvenile Gaelic Games Development throughout the County and feature 6-a-side teams with matches lasting up to 7 minutes.  

The blended teams comprised of boys and girls from nursery to P2 and were each named after famous County teams, from the hills of Kerry to the streets of free Derry, with the Antrim footballers coached by former county star Damien Gault.

All of the coaches and parents were super proud of how much the kids got stuck in with the passion and intensity which is central to the Naomh Éanna ethos.  The South Antrim Go Games hosted by Ardoyne GAC await Na hÉanna Óga every Saturday throughout the spring and summer.  If you are interested in getting your children started in Gaelic games, there is no time like the present with 3 pitches and development beginning on an Indoor 4G pitch at the center of a community hub, Naomh Éanna serves the whole of the North Belfast community.  

We are Co-located with Irish medium community, youth and educational organisations Croí Éanna, Cumann Óige and Gaelscoil Éanna and offer something for everyone in a family friendly and community driven environment.

For more information see www.stendas.com 
Bígí Linn agus Bígí Gaelach!


11 hours ago

Naomh Éanna CLG

Go n-éirí go geal leat agus foirne Aontroma amárach! Good luck to you and the Antrim team against An Mhí tomorrow! 💛🖤 instagr.am/p/CIGwl5ZhP5k/ ...

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11 hours ago

Naomh Éanna CLG

Go n-éirí go geal leat agus foirne Aontroma amárach!

Good luck to you and the Antrim team against An Mhí tomorrow!


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19 hours ago

Naomh Éanna CLG

A chairde gael,

As you may be aware the Antrim Senior Camogie Team have reached the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Intermediate Final against Down, scheduled for 5th December 2020 at 3.45pm.

In the current circumstances no spectators are allowed to attend the game, nor are we able to have any open training sessions or press nights to promote the game. We do not want to miss the opportunity to inspire a younger generation and have decided to run a Poster Competition and ask you to encourage all of your younger members/pupils (girls and boys) to design a poster to wish the girls good luck in their final.

Our local schools could get involved

There are no restrictions on the theme; it can be a 'good luck poster', a self portrait of the young person if they were attending the game, a drawing of their favourite Antrim Senior Camogie Player or anything else they come up with.

The entries can be emailed to secretary.antrim@Camogie.ie or if you would prefer to post originals please contact me for an address.

Alternatively, originals can be provided to any member of the Antrim Executive Committee.
The closing date for entries is 2nd December 2020.

If clubs are able to collect posters we can arrange to have them picked up.

We will showcase entries on our Social Media Pages and a number of prizes will be awarded.

We hope you will get behind this and show the team that even in these strange times the entire County is behind them.

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