Our Club held a very positive AGM online on Friday evening where a large number of club member were in attendance.

The following officers were elected for the coming year: Club President – Michael Lynch, Chairperson – Colm Kelly, Vice Chairperson – James Egan, Secretary – Jarlath O Connor, Treasurer – Paddy Commins, Vice Treasurer – Marie Boyd, Public Relations Officer – Aisling Egan, Registrar – Caroline Creighton, Insurance Officer – Ciaran Gannon, Coaching Officer – Matt McGovern, Officer for Irish Language & Culture – Oliver Donagher, Development/Health & safety Officer – Chris O Dowd, Health & Wellbeing Officer Nuala O Beirne, Children’s officer Aisling McGovern, Co board Delegates Sean Murtagh & Shane Devaney


Our Ladies club AGM take place this Friday, 21st January at 9pm via Zoom. Details of link will be sent out during the week.


On Sunday 9th January, we hosted our Win a House in Sligo fundraiser draw! Huge Congratulations to our winners Paddy and Anne Henry, Sligo who won the top prize of a brand new house in Farmhill Manor, Sligo or €300,000 cash.

Congratulations also to our five winners of our runner-up prizes of €1,000 each – Mairead Campbell, Longford; Eoghan Lundy, Sligo; TJ Reynolds, Sligo; Hannah Gabas, Dublin and Rosaleen Kiernan, Longford

Thank you to all of our sponsors and a special thank you to our Gold Sponsor, FRS Fencing for their support. A huge thank you to the Win a House in Sligo committee and everyone who sold tickets and contributed to the success of this fundraiser.


The Irish Life Steps challenge is back and commences on the 19th January.  Our Health & Wellbeing committee have registered the club to take part again this year.  We would be grateful if you could sign up and help us to be in with a chance to win an O’Neills voucher for the club.  All you have to do is download the Irish Life App and follow the instructions.  A message will be circulated to members during the week in relation to joining up.


The club wish to extend their condolences to Ashling Murphy’s family and friends on her tragic death. On Saturday evening we gathered as a club and community in remembrance of Ashling Murphy to show our sympathy, solidarity and support for Ashling’s family, friends and all who knew her. Thank you to the organisers, musicians and all who contributed.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam