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Club Notes – 1 April 2020

Closure of Facilities

It was with heavy hearts that we closed up the track at short notice last week following a GAA directive under further Covid 19 restrictions. In the fifteen months since it opened our track has become a focal point for our whole community and footfall had increased significantly in recent weeks as schools and workplaces closed. But we had to follow procedure and if it helps stop the spread of the virus then it will be worthwhile. We wish all our users well and hope you find other suitable outlets to help keep you healthy and active until we get back in operation again.

We Missed Scotstown

On Sunday we should have played Scotstown in the first game of the senior league but instead we were all sitting around home wondering how long this is going to last. If the match had gone ahead no doubt it would have been a full blooded contest as always but we’d rather be playing against our sporting rivals than looking at other across the fence. Hopefully we get back to that soon because we miss Scotstown and Ballybay and Blayney and Latton and all the other teams we have built up rivalries with over the years. Here’s hoping we all keep well and get back to doing what we do best as soon as possible.

Covid 19 Community Health and Wellbeing Response

A helpdesk has been set up by Monaghan County Council to respond to the needs of those who feel vulnerable as a result of Covid 19 restrictions. It can be contacted anytime at 1800 804 158. In addition the club has organised a team of local volunteers who are also on hand to help and assist anyone who finds themselves isolated as a result of the lockdown. See below for the details of useful contacts as well as local community volunteers. Feel free to call at any time.

Doctor on Call 1850 777911

District Nurse 0868316286

Monaghan Garda 047 77200

Braeside Stores 047 80923

Clontibret GAA Health & Wellbeing Officer (Bernie) 086 8316286

Clontibret GAA Secretary (Frank) 086 316 4178

Local Community Contacts

The following local people have consented to be contactable at all times along with a team of helpers to respond initially to any requests from those in our community who feel they need some assistance such as with shopping, picking up a prescription or just a reassuring chat.

Eilish Clarke 086 313 1239

John Paul Mone 086 052 3566

Alastair Graham 086 8321363

Barry McGuigan 086 607 0729

The key single point of contact Clontibret GAA Chairman (Thomas Greenan) 086 773 7778 or 047 80711. 

All phone calls will be treated with the utmost discretion.


Sympathy is extended to the Gorman family on the death of Matt Gorman, Carrickatee. Death in a family is difficult at any time but these strange times with no opportunity to sympathise in person make it all the more poignant. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. 

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