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Midleton Gaa Club News

16 October, 2013

Senior Hurling Championship County Semi final  

Next Sunday at 3.45pm in Pairc Ui Chaoimh our Senior hurlers take on Na Piarsaigh in the County semi final. This is our second semi final in three years and hopefully on the back of our impressive performance against Bishopstown last weekend we can reach our first final since 1994.
The Club executive wish all the players and management the very best of luck. It would be great to see all Midleton folk to turn out in our colours to support next Sunday.

Senior group above at a training morning in La Manga !!! 

James O Brien Hurling Blitz

Next Saturday afternoon the annual Fe10 GO GAMES & Fe 12 James O’ Brien Hurling tournament will take place both in the main field and CBS beginning @ 2pm culminating in the final @ 4.30pm

14:00 Midleton  V Douglas       
14:25 Douglas  V Blackrock       
14:50 Midleton  V Blackrock       
15:15 Midleton  V Douglas       
15:40 Blackrock  V Douglas       
16:05 Midleton  V Blackrock       
16:30 FINAL        

                                                          Tournament Rules

• Participating teams Midleton, Blackrock and Douglas.
• League Games will be one straight game of 20 min’s no half time.
• Each team will play each other twice.
• Scores to be kept from every game and updated on league table.
• Two points are to be awarded for a win and 1pt for a draw.
• If teams are level on points after League games the top two teams with the highest scoring average go through to the final.
• Final game will be one straight game of 20 min’s.
• Refreshments will be served throughout the day in Midleton Gaa pavilion.
• We would ask if teams could arrive 30 min’s before 1st game which is 2pm.
                        Looking forward to a great afternoon of Hurling



NEW SALES 4th November 2013

Nothing beats being there.

The Provincial Championship draws are complete and the League fixtures are being finalised. Dublin and Clare are our Champions. Who will reign in 2014?
The GAA Season Ticket can be purchased at a base price of  €85 for adults, juveniles are €10.
Loyalty rewarded - qualify for All-Ireland Final tickets. 
Great value - great price plus more discounts throughout the Championship.

Convenience - you have your ticket for your team.
Exclusive Extras - ‘bring a friend’ options, special purchase options for other matches
What’s included?
- All your County's Allianz League round matches plus all League semi finals, play-offs and finals in that code.
- Your County's opening Championship fixture
- All Allianz League round matches in your selected code. So if you have a Longford Football Season Ticket you can go to any Allianz League Football match.*
- AIB GAA Club All-Ireland Finals in Croke Park on St. Patrick's Day.*
You will also enjoy discount prices during the Championship - Pay & Play kicks in after your opening Championship fixture.


GAA Mouthguard Important Information for 2014 

As you are aware, since January 1st 2013, it has been mandatory for players in Grades up to and including Minor to use a mouthguard in all Football Games and Practice Football Sessions. (Riail 4.3, T.O. Part 2, 2012).  From January 1st 2014, it will be mandatory for all players to use a mouthguard.
A document has been compiled to assist GAA Clubs, players, parents, coaches and referees in complying with the provisions of the rule.
Key points:
• Gaelic footballers in all age grades must wear a mouthguard from January 1st 2014
• A properly fitted mouthguard is the best available protective device for reducing the incidence and severity of sports-related dental injuries
• Players can be sent-off in a game for not wearing a mouthguard
• Players will not be covered under the GAA player injury scheme if they don’t comply with the mouthguard rule


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