Night to Celebrate 1992 Hurling Championship victory

11/09/2017

A chairde gaeil,

The years have passed by since the Naomh Éanna hurling team of the 80’s and 90’s last met up.
This year marks 25 years since the club lifted its historic first ever Antrim Championship when the Senior Hurlers won the Junior Hurling Championship in 1992 under the management of Willie Ward, and seems an appropriate time to remedy this.
1992 marked 10 years since our first game in the Antrim All-County Leagues against Gort Na Mona in 1982.

We hope to see as many players from that era as possible that helped us to win League Titles in 1984 and 1986 and set the groundwork for that Championship victory and for what hurling means in Naomh Éanna today.
We have arranged just such a get together at St Enda’s GAC for the evening of Saturday 14 October 2017.
We have arranged to show a video of that final while Steelo, Dee Curran, Paul Mullan and co will use their musical prowess to have a bit of a singsong and a good night’s craic.

It will be great to see as many as possible of you. The invitation extend to all those who were involved in those heady days since 1982.
Any queries give me a call or text on O7736 148109

Regards

Stevie Gleeson

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A big shout out to our Camogie spider girls who abseiled down Belfast Castle on Thursday evening- raising over £900 for TAMHI.

On behalf of the Breakthrough project, in particular youth mentor Joanne O’Reilly Camogie Coach Lorraine and the girls - Ailbhe Briana Elle Aoife Naoise Kaya Philomena Dearbhaile Tirana and Rochelle.

Many Many thanks to all who helped us exceed our fun raising target 🖤🧡🖤

#pobal #clann #gaeilge #sult #spraoi #clg #gaa #né #NÉA #peil #peilnamban #Iománaíocht #camogaíochta #oneclub

#attitude #hardwork #respect #commitment #fun #teamwork #teamworkmakesthedreamwork
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