Eire Óg Inis

Founded 1952

Co. Clare

Club notes 31st March 2024

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A very Happy Easter to all.

Éire Óg Club Lotto

Our club lotto is an essential revenue source for the club with profits assisting in the day to day costs of running the club. Why not help keep the show on the road while also being in with the chance to snag the jackpot! You can have your numbers entered to every draw for a year by selecting the Full Year option during online purchase, this option costs €100. You can also choose to ‘buy for a friend’ if preferred. Online entry available here: Éire Óg Lotto, or via our Clubzap page.

Reminder: Éire Óg Inis Club Member ticket requests

2024 MSHC Rd1 Clare v Limerick 21/04/24 in Cusack Park

March 31st 2024 is the deadline for club membership. Only club members registered by this date will be eligible to request tickets for the round 1 meeting of Clare v Limerick.

All correspondence, including ticket purchase links will be sent by email only, with the onus on members to enter emails accurately and to check emails for information and ticket links from the club.

With ticket allocations expected to be released to clubs early next week, an email with a request form will be sent to registered members in the coming days, who should then submit requests asap.

Lá na gClub 2024

Get your child of Prague statues out tonight in advance of our family fun day tomorrow! We are kicking off at 2pm and running till approx. 6.

Fun activities including parents races, crossbar challenge, Easter egg hunt and more. We will have face painters on hand and a raffle on the day. If you’re feeling peckish our master chef Gemma will be on BBQ duty. Popular favourites Bonny Baby contest and Dog Show are also taking place. See poster for all details.

The club gear sale will also take place during the day, be sure to pop over to check out what’s on offer.

The club will make a presentation to Shane O’Donnell in recognition of his second All-Star towards the closing stages of the event. Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow.

Clare Teams

Well done to the Clare U20 footballers who are through to the next phase of the championship after a great win away to Limerick yesterday. Next up is Kerry at a Clare venue tbc on April 10th. Special nod to Éire Óg’s Luke Pyne who has settled in very well wearing no. 7 and to Cian Howard.

Clare U20 hurlers play round 1 on Friday, April 5th v Limerick in Sixmilebridge @ 7pm. We have Fionan Treacy involved with the extended panel as he makes headway in return from injury.

Clare minor footballers bring Waterford to Quilty this Tuesday @ 7pm for their opening round. Éire Óg lads involved in this panel are Bernard Keating and Niall Doyle.

Clare minor hurlers host Waterford in Cusack Park this Thursday, April 4th @ 6pm. We have Darren Moroney, Rian Mulcahy and Roan McDermott involved in the panel. We also have Rian Clohessy on the Celtic Challenge squad.

We wish them all the best for the year ahead.

Hard luck to Kayla Connellan with the Clare U16B camogie team who lost out to Cork in today’s semi in Fr. Mac Park

Following a strong league campaign, the Clare ladies will contest the Division 3 final next Saturday, April 6th @ 4pm in Birr. The very best to Éire Óg’s Orla Devitt and team on the day.

Referee’s Corner

Well done to Niall Malone who ref’d the Allianz Hurling League Division 3A final between Mayo and Sligo today in MacHale Park. Niall was ably assisted by umpires Phily Walsh, Daragh O’Rourke, Rory Hickey and Padraig Kelly.

GAA Rule Changes of Note

Three changes to the playing Rules of hurling and football made at Congress 2024 came into effect from Saturday 23 March:

1 Treatment of injuries

Players who are seriously injured can continue to be treated on the field of play. However, a player not seriously injured and who requires treatment, must be treated off the field of play and can only return to the field at the halfway line, at a break in play and with the referee’s permission.

Note: This applies at club and county, at all grades, and in both football and hurling

2 Removal of Helmet

In hurling, a player who removes a helmet or has it removed for treatment must leave the field of play and can only return to the field at the halfway line, at a break in play and with the referee’s permission.

Note: This applies at club and county but not at Minor level or below.

3 Cards in Extra Time

Extra Time is now considered to be a continuation of normal time with respect to Red, Black and Yellow cards. This means where Extra Time is being played:

• Red Cards: A player who is sent off in normal time cannot be replaced for extra time (e.g. a team that receives a red card in normal time will start extra time with 14 players)

• Black Cards: A player who has received a black card with less than 10

minutes remaining in normal time must be listed on the team for extra time and the period remaining for his black card will be used up in extra time (i.e. no change to existing Rule)

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