Ceannaigh Bríce! Buy-a-Brick!

20/03/2019

For over five decades Naomh Éanna has grown into a club built on great family names.  We are proud to provide an opportunity for members to literally build our club’s future on the legacy of those great names.

In 2018, Pobal Éanna (a partnership betwenn Naomh Éanna CLG and our sister community organization Croí Éanna), having secured the majority of the £1.8 million funds required, commenced construction of the next stage of our development.  When Stages 1 & 2 are completed in June 2019, the new state of the art facility will provide our 806 members (292 adult and 514 juvenile) with:

  • Indoor 3g Sports Hall
  • 2 Indoor Changing Rooms, each holding 24 players
  • 4 Multipurpose Community Room
  • Exhibition Area
  • Community Shop
  • Public Toilets
  • Officials area
  • Community Kitchen

To help secure the last of the money required to complete Stages 1 & 2 of the construction, we are inviting our friends and family to support our club and community forever.  Our “Buy a Brick” project will allow your family or business name to literally be inscribed in the fabric of our club.

Commemorative Certificates of purchase will be issued to those who partake.  Bricks can be bought for a donation of £250 and will be awarded on a first come first served basis.

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UPDATE re RETURN TO PLAY

The County Board issued a notice to all clubs two weeks ago to suspend all activity for two weeks due to alarming high rise in infections and the strain on our health service.

As the two weeks are up tomorrow, our Executive Committee convened to consider our position as a club.

A strong and considerate representation was made in favour of returning to play, for what would have been the remainder of the season, i.e. the month of November.

We also considered the dangerously high rate of infection and the fact that wider society remains in a circuit breaker.

We have concluded that we will not return to play this season.

We are as disappointed as the many children who look forward to playing our games, as the Committee are all active coaches and players. We have decided to err on the side of caution, noting that the playing season is over, i.e. that there are no fixtures to be fulfilled. We are also cognisant that schools remain closed and to return to play might be considered inconsistent and confusing. We note the stress and pressure currently on our health service and we have decided to manage risk in as responsible a way as possible. We are in the immediate midst of a dangerous second wave.

We appeal for your understanding and forbearance and most of all to maintain our communitarian solidarity. We eagerly look forward to next spring, when we hope and pray the virus is in a much mitigated and defeated state, and we look forward to seeing all of our young members, our future back on our playing fields, making lifelong friendships and memories.

Bigí sabhailte agus tcífidh muid sibh i 2021.

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Stephen Jennings
Cathaoirleach
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2 days ago

Naomh Éanna CLG

A Chara

UPDATE re RETURN TO PLAY

The County Board issued a notice to all clubs two weeks ago to suspend all activity for two weeks due to alarming high rise in infections and the strain on our health service.

As the two weeks are up tomorrow, our Executive Committee convened to consider our position as a club.

A strong and considerate representation was made in favour of returning to play, for what would have been the remainder of the season, i.e. the month of November.

We also considered the dangerously high rate of infection and the fact that wider society remains in a circuit breaker.

We have concluded that we will not return to play this season.

We are as disappointed as the many children who look forward to playing our games, as the Committee are all active coaches and players. We have decided to err on the side of caution, noting that the playing season is over, i.e. that there are no fixtures to be fulfilled. We are also cognisant that schools remain closed and to return to play might be considered inconsistent and confusing. We note the stress and pressure currently on our health service and we have decided to manage risk in as responsible a way as possible. We are in the immediate midst of a dangerous second wave.

We appeal for your understanding and forbearance and most of all to maintain our communitarian solidarity. We eagerly look forward to next spring, when we hope and pray the virus is in a much mitigated and defeated state, and we look forward to seeing all of our young members, our future back on our playing fields, making lifelong friendships and memories.

Bigí sabhailte agus tcífidh muid sibh i 2021.

Le Meas

Stephen Jennings
Cathaoirleach
...

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