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Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes
February 03, 2021
A meeting of the GAA Covid Advisory Group took place last Monday night. It was the view of the group that the incidence of the virus in the community remains at a level where it would be irresponsible for the GAA to permit a return to collective training at this moment in time. However, the group did welcome the significant and ongoing reduction in case numbers over the course of the last number of weeks and it was agreed to reconvene on the week commencing February 15th to further consider the matter. In the meantime everyone is encouraged to stay safe, and stay active at home, and within your 5km travel limit following all public health guidelines. The Associations will issue their fixture calendars in due course.
Last Man Standing. Support the Lucan Sarsfields Senior Football Team by entering the Last Man (or Woman) Standing competition! €10 Entry fee with a minimum prize of €300 for the lucky winner. Game starts Saturday 6th February. To enter online click the link http://bit.ly/LucanSarsfieldsLMS
Lucan Sarsfields Healthy Club are pleased to link in again with the Marie Keating Foundation. We previously raised money for the charity through our last "Ladies Night" and the "Mens Moustaches and Music" night. February 4th is World Cancer Day, an internationally celebrated day designed to raise awareness for all of the different cancer types affecting people in Ireland and around the world, while also giving strength and a sense of community to those currently on a cancer journey. This year’s theme is “I Am and I Will” and focuses on the individual power we all have to help reduce our risk of cancer, and stay healthy now, and well into the future. This year, we are working together in conjunction with the Irish Cancer Prevention Network and the National Cancer Control Programme, with our partners, Breakthrough Cancer Research and the Irish Cancer Society to ask you to think about the foods you consume, and how they can make a difference to your risk of developing cancer in the future.
The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative started 3 weeks ago. This is the first time that it has been run in Lucan Sarsfields. 8 young people representing all four codes in the club are taking part. This program is designed to help build leadership skills and make a positive impact on their community. They will finish out the program with a qualification in youth leadership and community development from NUIG
Green Club Project
Lucan Sarsfields will be one of 45 clubs to participate in the pilot phase of Green Clubs. Our Healthy Club group will be taking the lead on organisation, but it won't succeed without participation from across the club and if you would like to get involved or if you have any contacts that would help with this (our initial strand is on waste management), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Sharon Madigan, Head of Performance Nutrition with the Sport Ireland Institute did an interview with GAA.ie on the importance of proper nutrition advice to protect physical and mental health of our players. Read the full interview here: https://www.gaa.ie/news/
Spectrum Health have developed a free e-book called ‘Feel Good In February’ and have launched it for February 2021. It is filled with tips on moving more, improving sleep, and eating well! There is also a handy calendar to help you set goals and a weekly meal planner, plus easy-to-make tasty recipes. Download it now for free by clicking here: Digital Resources — Ireland's Leading Provider of Allied Health Services (spectrumhealth.ie)
The latest edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available: https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-january-2021/. This month's edition features:
Frasaí na coicíse
Conas atá tú?
How are you.
So many feelings during these strange days.....fed-up, anxious, happy, sad.....here are a few responses to the question "conas atá tú"
Be Social Media aware! All members are reminded to re-read the GAA Social media guidelines, now available here
Nominations for Club Person of the Year are now being accepted. Nominations should include a short description of why the individual nominated is deserving of the award and should be emailed to email@example.com.
Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Association Development information update as per 28th of January 2021
Owing to continued Government Covid19 restrictions the LGFA have transferred a number of their coaching programmes along with referee courses to on line webinars. The exception for the time being is the Level one Coaching Course which is currently not available.
Dublin LGFA in conjunction with LGFA Development team in Croke Park have organised the following events for clubs
(1) Fundamentals coaching course x 1
(2) Youth club referee course x 1
(3) GYW Go Games referees courses x 8.
All of these events are now available to book on line via the “Event Registration page” on our website www.dublinladiesgaelic.ie
For More information please click here
Bereavements: Our sincere condolences to Ciara Garrigan and family on the death of her husband Matthew, and also to Michael O’Grady and family on the death of his brother Martin.
May they rest in peace.
Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Lotto Jackpot €1800.
There was no winner of the Club Lotto held on 28 January 2021 sponsored John Ryan, Accountant.
The numbers drawn were 4, 7, 9 and 24.
Lucky Dip winners of €30 each: Liam O'Connor, Bernie Stapleton, Margaret Byrne, Sean and Tadgh, and Mary Kearns.
The Jackpot for the next draw, to be held on Thursday 4 February is €1800, and is sponsored by Newcastle Golf Centre.
The draw will be held behind closed doors at 9pm and live streamed on our Facebook page.
Make sure your entry is submitted before 6pm to be included in the draw.
Tickets can be purchased online at the following link: http://bit.ly/LucanSarsfieldsClubLotto.
Thank You for supporting Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club