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Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA Club notes

Back 07/04/2021 @ 18:48 | clubnotes | Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA Club notes
Membership

The club's membership system is now live on a new website, www.foireann.ie
. Use of this platform will facilitate online payment and remove the need for registration nights, which are not possible due to present restrictions. Membership is mandatory for insurance purposes. 

To register, please log on to foireann.ie and set up your account. Please note that this is the same website that was used for log-in last year to confirm Covid status before training and matches, so if you are already registered for that, the same log in details will be attached. If not, you will need to register with the details required, plus specifying your club as Enniscrone/Kilglass. 

Once inside the system, you can navigate to the membership tab on the left-hand side of your screen. There, you will be presented with a suite of options. The membership rates for this year are:

Playing adult: €90
Non-playing adult: €75
Student (17 and over): €60
Youth (U-8 to U-17): €60
U-7 player: €30
Family: €200 
Friends of Enniscrone/Kilglass (overseas/country membership): €50

There are discounts for second child, third child and so on as evident on screen. While some membership fees have been increased, this is reflective of a general rise in costs in maintaining and improving our facilities in recent years. It is the first time in a decade or so that membership rates have been changed.

Anyone with any issues with the registration or logging in process, please feel free to get in touch via text with Clair Beglin Duffy (087) 967 9707.

Your continued support of the club is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to returning to play at the end of April.

Best wishes

As we await the resumption of action, two club men will have a prominent role to play on the national stage this year.

Marty Duffy, our own chairperson, has been appointed as the Central Referees Appointments Committee. This is a role which will see Marty chair a small committee tasked with appointing referees to all national fixtures, including All-Ireland finals. 

Meanwhile, on the managerial front, Michael Moyles has assumed the role of manager of the Mayo Ladies Senior footballers. A former Mayo player himself, Michael will no doubt be eager to bring success to his home county in the bainisteoir's bib.

Best of luck to both Marty and Michael for the coming year.