Ballinrobe GAA Club “Movember Challenge”

  You Too Could Have the Padraic Cos Look.  Ballinrobe GAA Club is using the month of November and the remaining Covid19 Level 5 lockdown period to raise funds for worthy charities by organising a “Movember Challenge“. Support our players, coaches and members as they take on the ‘Movember Challenge”. ”Movember” is a time to inspire men (and women) to look after their physical and mental health and wellbeing.  Men are challenged to grow a moustache, and men and women can be physically active and move or host a fundraising event.  The charities that have been chosen are the Corrib Mask Search and Rescue, and the Mayo Roscommon Hospice.  Both charities are very worthy causes and contribute greatly to the community of Ballinrobe and its surrounds.  At the end of the Level 5 lockdown period, an event will be organised whereby all those who took part will have the opportunity to have their masterpieces shaved off. John Flannelly, Chairman of Ballinrobe GAA Club said “during COVID-19 it has been very difficult for charities and voluntary organisations to fundraise with all the restrictions of movement currently in place.  This is an opportunity for Ballinrobe GAA Club to give back to just 2 of those groups that provide such a valuable service and support to the people of Ballinrobe and its environs”. Each week, participants will send in photos of their progress in the challenge.  With the age profile of our current Intermediate Team, it is suspected that some of them may struggle with this challenge, however we as a club have not, and never will, doubt their commitment to the cause – on or off the pitch.  A collage of those photos will be posted on facebook so that everybody can keep track of their progress. To support please go to out GoFundMe page.   Ballinrobe GAA Club

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MyLife GAA Healthy Clubs Step Challenge

Irish Life in conjunction with the GAA have launched the MyLife GAA Healthy Clubs Step Challenge to promote health and wellbeing and at the same time benefit one GAA Club in each province.  It is an ideal opportunity when the summer is here and the weather is good to get out and walk or run.   During the month of June lets take up the challenge which officially begins on the 3rd June and ends on the 30th June 2020.  At the end of the month, the club that has the most steps clocked up in each province will win a €2,500 O’Neills Voucher. Ballinrobe GAA Club has registered for the Challenge and you can play your part.  Whether you’re a club member or not, all you need to do is download the MyLife app from either the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and register yourself on the App. Tap HERE to go to our facebook post which gives a step by step guide to the process of downloading the app, registering your details and registering for the challenge. The summer is here and the weather is great. The prize could be a great benefit to the playing members of the club, and the steps won’t do the rest of us any harm either! Register now and start walking.

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Robe Rocket Presentation 2019

Our Robe Rocket Season concluded last Saturday with our annual Robe Rockets Presentation. Guests of honour were Luke Jennings, Eoin Gilrane and Cian O’Connell Mayo Minors and Club stars along with the Connacht Minor Cup and Ted Webb U16 Cup. The lads presented each Robe Rocket with a Certificate of Achievement and Club boot bag. Well done to all our Robe Rockets on another great year. Many thanks to all who helped on the day and to Andy Walsh for the photos. As our year concludes we thank our Coaches and Robe Rocket Committee for all their hard work throughout 2019. Special mention to Annette Conway, outgoing PRO on all her work and dedication to Rockets for the last 5 years. Enjoy the break and we look forward to seeing you all in 2020                            

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U10/12 Street League raises €715 for Second Defibrillator

We are pleased to announce that the U10/12 Street League raised €715 from both the shop and bucket contributions on the day 😃 All proceeds go towards the cost of a second Defibrillator for the Club which will be used for Away matches. A massive thank you to all who contributed to the shop and bucket collections. Well done to the Street League Committee and all who helped out on the day👏👏👏👏    

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U10/12 Street League 2019

Well done to all our U10 and U12 Boys who took part in our annual Street League last Sunday. We had over 70 Boys on 8 teams who played nearly 3 hours of football all representing the area they live. We were treated to wonderful displays of skill, Team work and pure determination. Congrats to Mayo, Cup winners and Tyrone the Plate winners 👏🏆👏   Tyrone 2019 Plate Street League Winners Mayo 2019 Cup Street League Winners Thanks to all for coming along to support the boys this morning, to all who helped with the Shop, took photos, DJ Martin O’Connor and to all who helped with the running of the day it is greatly appreciated. Many thanks to the Coaches and Referees and a special mention to the Street League Committee for all their hard work to make this day possible #thefutureisbright #teamwork       

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U6 Robe Rocket Debut Day 2019

Last Saturday was a memorable day for our Club. Our U6’s played their first match against Castlebar Mitchel’s this morning followed up this afternoon when our 3 Minors Luke Jennings, Eoin Gilrane and Cian O’Connell helped Mayo book their spot in the Minor All Ireland Semi Final 💚❤️ Believe in Ballinrobe Many thanks to all who helped out with Debut day, to Castlebar Mitchels for making the trip to us, our hard working Robe Rocket Committee, to Ballinrobe Festival and Delaneys Mace for their sponsorship of match and most importantly a big well done to the U6 stars of the future

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Robe Rockets Update

The Lough has been the hype of activity the last few weeks with our U6’s playing their first ever practice match. Our U8 Boys played Breaffy in their first match of the Go Games and both U8 Girls and Boys played The Neale. For many it was the first time to put on the club jersey. Our U10 Boys made the trip to Breaffy and played Westport at home. This weekend all our teams have away matches with our U8 Boys playing Westport, our U8 Girls play Burrishoole and our U10 Boys play Ballintubber. Well done to all in Rockets #thefutureisbright  

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U10 Spring Pella 2019

Well done to all our U10’s and Coaches on their Shield and Cup Pella Finals. The Martin Flannery Cup was presented to Mark Flannery, Grandson of Martin Flannery and his Team by his Uncle Adrian this evening. Many thanks to Tom Carney for his help 🏆🏐🚀🏐  

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Robe Rocket Committee 2019

Robe Rockets Committee 2019 Chairperson – David Conway, 086 859 8144     Secretary – Donal McCormack 087 661 1137 PRO – Annette Conway                                     Committee: Colm Jennings, Andy Walsh, Sarah Gibbons, Julie Duffy, Niall Heaney and Sean                                                                                                O’Loughlin Robe Rockets caters for girls and boys who are Under 6 and Under 8 as well as Under 10 boys. We develop and promote Gaelic games at the core of Irish identity and culture. We are dedicated to ensuring that our family of games, and the values we live, enrich the lives of our members, families and the communities we serve. We are committed to active lifelong participation for all and to providing the best facilities. We reach out to and include all members of our society. We promote individual development and well-being and strive to enable all our members achieve their full potential in their chosen roles

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