Underage Wrapped Up For 2017 

Yes folks, it’s been a great year of football for the youngsters of the parish and we’ve had an extensive program of coaching and learning.

Last night brought to an end this year’s fun for the Christmas break, but I’m sure all the kids can’t wait to get back at it in the new year. 

Below are the p4&5 children at Meadowbank, and below that the P2&3s at the Gaelic Centre. 

Thanks to the coaches and young helpers at this time, and remember folks they are all volunteers.

Keep an eye out on social media for the coaching program starting in the new year, and Merry Christmas to you all. ☃🎄

Club Coaching Development Course Complete

Thanks to Lizzie from Ulster GAA for delivering the Club Coaching Development Course. Over the past 5 weeks we’ve been working hard on developing our coaching strategy. The course has been very worthwhile, and the club are excited to do anything we can to improve in all areas. 

Would you like to be involved? Let us know. 

Below are just some if the those involved in developing our coaching strategy.

Youth Presentation

Please make a special note in your diary for the Youth Presentation, which will be held on December 3rd at 4pm. 

Please note the change in time from the originally advertised 5pm. We’re looking forward to a good night, and a well deserved celebration if this year’s achievements for both Desertmartin and Callan Gaels. 

Underage Presenation Guests Announced

It’s that time of year to sit back and reflect on a years hard graft…or in some cases get back into training. The same is true for the guests at this years Underage Presentation Night.

Twins Lorcan and Oisin McWilliams having been a big part in the Derry Minor Team getting all the way to the All-Ireland Football Minor Final this year, will be in Desertmartin on the 3rd of December to help us celebrate our own achievements this year at Desertmartin GAC. Read what they had to say about thier experience… https://www.electricireland.com/news-media/article//ni-blog/2017/11/10/mcwilliams-journey-to-croke-park