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GAA Activity: Scotstown v Derrygonnelly ….  HERE Truagh Win Senior League …..  HERE
 John Morrison RIP: It is with great sadness that I learned of the death of John Morrison, Armagh, earlier today. I was Secretary of the Ulster GAA Writers Association when John joined the Association and his contribution to the work of the UGAAWA was immense. John was a quick thinker and loved nothing better than a good debate about various items that came up on the Agenda for our meetings. His practical knowledge and wide experience gave him a great base on which to argue his corner and few could ever find fault with his recommendations. He was a good friend and ever ready to do what was needed. His input to meetings and his ability to see the greater picture and get his point across made him a joy to listen to. He certainly had the good of the organisation at heart and he did everything he could to promote the work of the UGAAWA. Others will laud his work and contribution to GAA Coaching in many forms and on many pitches and clubhouses around the country and all the praise will be justified and deserved. I was aware of his health problem in recent times and always hoped that he would gain victory over it but sadly that was not to be. He will be a huge miss in GAA circles but his loss will be most keenly felt by his family and close friends. To them I offer my sincere condolences. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam naofa.
Inter-Schools Blitz: Despite the cold weather three schools turnd out for the Inter-Schools Girls football blitz, which was held at Tully grounds on Tuesday, March 12th. There was a great display of eagerness, commitment and effort to qualify for the County Finals and after a sterling struggle Glaslough’s St. Mary’s came out on top. Well done for all taking part and we wish the winners every success in the finals.
GAA Activity: Scotstown v Derrygonnelly ….  HERE Truagh Win Senior League …..  HERE
All Content Copyright emyvale.net
 John Morrison RIP: It is with great sadness that I learned of the death of John Morrison, Armagh, earlier today. I was Secretary of the Ulster GAA Writers Association when John joined the Association and his contribution to the work of the UGAAWA was immense. John was a quick thinker and loved nothing better than a good debate about various items that came up on the Agenda for our meetings. His practical knowledge and wide experience gave him a great base on which to argue his corner and few could ever find fault with his recommendations. He was a good friend and ever ready to do what was needed. His input to meetings and his ability to see the greater picture and get his point across made him a joy to listen to. He certainly had the good of the organisation at heart and he did everything he could to promote the work of the UGAAWA. Others will laud his work and contribution to GAA Coaching in many forms and on many pitches and clubhouses around the country and all the praise will be justified and deserved. I was aware of his health problem in recent times and always hoped that he would gain victory over it but sadly that was not to be. He will be a huge miss in GAA circles but his loss will be most keenly felt by his family and close friends. To them I offer my sincere condolences. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam naofa.
Inter-Schools Blitz: Despite the cold weather three schools turnd out for the Inter-Schools Girls football blitz, which was held at Tully grounds on Tuesday, March 12th. There was a great display of eagerness, commitment and effort to qualify for the County Finals and after a sterling struggle Glaslough’s St. Mary’s came out on top. Well done for all taking part and we wish the winners every success in the finals.
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