Breaffy GAA’s Health and Wellbeing continue to provide our community with a variety of experiences to encourage healthy living in both our physical and mental health. We recently held a very successful Recipes for Success – this is a unique healthy eating/ nutritional initiative designed to respond to an identified need in GAA clubs for practical programmes supporting healthy eating for GAA players and members.
1st Michael Hall (149) – €400
2nd Colm Flynn (141) – €250
3rd Susan Heneghan (134) – €150
Ladies day winner – Susan Heneghan
Day One Prize Winner – MJ Reddington (35 points)
Day Two Prize Winner – Robbie Fadden
Day three prize winner – Ciaran Rice (52 points)
Day four prize winner – Michael Hall (30 points)
Final Leader board
Leaderboard after day 3
Leaderboard after day 2
Leader board after day one
Contact 0879053745 if you have any issues.
Don’t miss your chance to win with the Breaffy GAA Cheltenham Tipster Competition! Pick your 7 horses each day and join in the fun of the four day Cheltenham festival. The winning horse for each race get 10 points, 5 points for 2nd place, 3rd place 3 points and fourth place 1 point. Double points for the feature race each day. The winner is the person who has accumulated the most points at the end of the festival. Don’t delay, get your ticket online now. You will be sent a reminder to select your horses before the festival starts. Good Luck!
Breaffy GAA’s annual community dinner dance took place last Saturday, January 19th in Breaffy House Resort. As always, the Breaffy GAA Dinner Dance was an opportunity for all members of the community to socialise and celebrate the success of all of our club teams throughout the year.
On December 29th, Breaffy’s senior men’s and women’s teams took to the field in Ballyheane to play two challenge games against ISSC Vancouver. Over 40 Vancouver players and management travelled from all corners of Ireland and from Canada for the games to pay tribute to our great mutual friend and team-mate, David Gavin.
Once again on St. Stephen’s Day last, Breaffy GAA hosted our second annual fundraising blitz between senior players past and present. Four teams competed to dethrone last year’s champions, “The Oldies”, to determine who would earn this year’s bragging rights.
This month’s edition contains the news that Connacht GAA have been announced amongst the first round of successful applicants for Department of Rural and Community Development Minister Michael Ring’s €1 billion Rural Regeneration and Development Fund.
The Breaffy GAA Bord na nÓg presentation night took place on Sunday, December 2nd. Senior players James Minogue and Robbie Fadden were on hand to present our young stars with their awards on the night.
For this year’s Black Friday sales event, O’Neills will be giving 20% off all merchandise from the 23rd to the 26th of November.
This is a great opportunity to get your Breaffy GAA gear just in time for Christmas!
Keith Mulchrone sat down with the Mayo News to dish the dirt on some of his team-mates before this year’s county final.
Name: Keith Mulchrone
Occupation: Aurivo Connacht Gold
Anything at all. Depending on time of the game it could range from a full on dinner to a rasher sandwich en-route in the car with a cup of tea half drank and half spilt.