CARRICKMACROSS EMMETS GAA CLUB

CLUB & DEVELOPMENTS

CARRICKMACROSS EMMETS GAA CLUB

CLUB & DEVELOPMENTS

Carrickmacross Emmets GAA Club

Carrickmacross Emmets club is located in the 2nd largest town in County Monaghan and  was founded in 1888. Our club is believed to be the oldest GAA club in County Monaghan. Carrick Emmets plays a vital role in the local community. Our club is much more than a sporting organisation but uses sport as the basis to bring people together and to support each other. In recent times our efforts and objectives have increasingly focused on building resilience within our young people and also providing for their health and well-being.

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Years of Providing Excellent Facilities

Carrickmacross Emmets comprises of nearly 30 teams across men’s club, ladies club and hurlers club, juveniles, rounders club and handballers club. The Club has significantly increased its membership in recent years. Presently we have in excess of 300 adult members and 300 juveniles across the four clubs. With just a single full-size pitch playing field located at Emmet Park and a training field located at Platinum Tanks Park we have struggled to provide the facilities that our numbers require and deserve.  

In any given week many of our younger playing members have had to travel distances in different directions for training and games. As our club has expanded over the years we now have 2 teams playing at all levels. This is a real sign of how Carrick Emmets is developing and all the hard work that happens within our club.

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Over the years the club has had some great success on and off the pitch and with our ever-expanding membership we hope this will continue.  The roll of honours and achievements are a reflection of our dedicated and tireless volunteers and administrators in the background.

Carrick Ladies LGFA

Carrickmacross LGFA was founded in 1990 by former players, Linda Farrelly, Audrey O Reilly, Bernie O Donoghue and Mary Foy.

While our club is a Junior Club in Monaghan, we have a very strong structure at all levels, from Under, 6 8 and 10 development to Under 12, 14, 16 and Minor.

Our club has been represented at Feile 3 times in our History.

We have throughout the years, won competitions at all age levels, from Under 12, U14, U16 and Minor as well as our Seniors winning a Division 2 League and a Reserve league.

We continue to Promote LGFA at all levels and could not do this without the support of our many Coaches, Parents and Players.

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Carrick Ladies LGFA

Carrickmacross LGFA was founded in 1990 by former players, Linda Farrelly, Audrey O Reilly, Bernie O Donoghue and Mary Foy.

While our club is a Junior Club in Monaghan, we have a very strong structure at all levels, from Under, 6 8 and 10 development to Under 12, 14, 16 and Minor .

Our club has been represented at Feile 3 times in our History.

We have throughout the years, won competitions at all age levels, from Under 12, U14, U16 and Minor as well as our Seniors winning a Division 2 League and a Reserve league.

We continue to Promote LGFA at all levels and could not do this without the support of our many Coaches, Parents and Players.

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Carrick Handballers

The Carrick Emmets Handball Club was formed in 1988 and currently have a membership of about 40 adult and juvenile players. The Handball Club organise and host two open competitions each year – the ‘John Joe Cumiskey League’ and the ‘Barney Rafferty Cup’ which was last won by our own Conor O’Gorman. Despite the on-going restrictions, last season was a good one for our younger players in particular with Oran Finnegan winning the U15 Singles County Final. Oran Kiernan continued his great form by following last year’s US Collegiate mens single title, with the Ulster title and then the All-Ireland Junior B title 2020. He capped off the year by becoming the 2020 Monaghan Senior Handballer of the year.

As soon as the Covid-19 lock down restrictions have been lifted, the Club will be actively seeking to recruit new members to the juvenile and coaching squads. Funds have now been secured and a contractor has been appointed to commence work on the external One-wall facility at the Carrickmacross Emmets Centre on the Ballybay road.

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Carrick Handballers

The Carrick Emmets Handball Club was formed in 1988 and currently have a membership of about 40 adult and juvenile players. The Handball Club organise and host two open competitions each year – the ‘John Joe Cumiskey League’ and the ‘Barney Rafferty Cup’ which was last won by our own Conor O’Gorman. Despite the on-going restrictions, last season was a good one for our younger players in particular with Oran Finnegan winning the U15 Singles County Final. Oran Kiernan continued his great form by following last year’s US Collegiate mens single title, with the Ulster title and then the All-Ireland Junior B title 2020. He capped off the year by becoming the 2020 Monaghan Senior Handballer of the year.

As soon as the Covid-19 lock down restrictions have been lifted, the Club will be actively seeking to recruit new members to the juvenile and coaching squads. Funds have now been secured and a contractor has been appointed to commence work on the external One-wall facility at the Carrickmacross Emmets Centre on the Ballybay road.

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FUNDRAISING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLATINUM TANK PARKS

To further the development for our club and community we want to enhance our training grounds Platinum Tanks Park with floodlighting, a walkway and a new training pitch. We also continue to commit that our facilities will be available for use to our community. We believe our club and grounds were built because of the generosity of our community and they too should benefit.

As a result, Carrick Emmets is pleased to launch this exciting new fundraising plan. Our committee and fundraising team have been working on this project for many months and we congratulate them on their efforts.

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