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Proud signed on: 20/07/2017 14:02:50
from: Best wishes to Big Conor on your fantastastic progress. All the Club are very proud of you. You deserves the success as we know how hard you work and the commitment you bring to every task. You have always been a modest lad and it's great to see that you haven't lost your 'down to earthness'. This is evideny when we see you being interviewed in the media. If you read this Conor, all the best in the next stage of your career. Hopefully, it will be a great career of which the pinnacle will be a return home and capping it off by returning to the green and gold jersey.
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Parent signed on: 19/07/2017 15:29:20
from: I'd like to pay tribute to your under age football trainers. My boy goes to the U10's. He loves it! He probably will not set the GAA alight in the years to come but the training and the games are the highlight of his week. I know that eight, nine and ten year old boys tend to be not the most expressive at times but take it from a grateful parent that you are doing a great job. Many thanks.
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Still curious signed on: 13/07/2017 11:42:12
from: Unfortunately I am not in a position to help provide camogie scores, reports etc. My personal circumstances limit what I am able to offer. However, as a gael from Glen who is not around home at present I hoped to see how the Camogs are doing. This information is not easily accessible. Derry Camogie County board do not make this information available ( or if they do it is not easily found).Nor do the press. Please can the girls start getting this information out.
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Admin signed on: 10/07/2017 07:39:00
from: To Curious .... if and when results are made available they are added immediately. Male football results are easily available on Derry website. Camogie & ladies results generally aren't forwarded. If you're in a position to help, please step forward.
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Curious signed on: 08/07/2017 13:27:02
from: Just wondering why camogie or ladies' football results do not appear in the results section with the same frequency as those of the male footballers?
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Watty signed on: 06/07/2017 08:57:48
from: Maghera Few mixed results for the seniors at the min. Early days. Keep er lit!
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Admin signed on: 26/06/2017 11:10:52
from: Registration for the 2017 Summer Scheme is now open. Register and pay by clicking on the 'Summer Scheme' tab on the left hand side of this website. A registration form is also available to download from the club documents section. Deadline is Friday 21st July!
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Parent signed on: 25/06/2017 21:16:19
from: Is there any more information available about the summer scheme?
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A Dub... just dropping by! signed on: 17/06/2017 23:40:55
from: The Capital What a great website! You should be very proud of yourselves!
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Interested parent signed on: 14/06/2017 13:47:59
from: Great news about the summer scheme. Was super last year :-) Looking forward to finding out more
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Parent signed on: 13/06/2017 21:02:16
from: Great news about the summer scheme. My kids loved it last year and are talking about the forthcoming summer.
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Admin signed on: 12/06/2017 11:34:13
from: Re. Summer Scheme - yes a summer scheme is planned for this year (Early August). Further details to be made available soon.
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Interested parent signed on: 09/06/2017 14:10:40
from: Are there any plans to have a summer scheme this year? Thank you
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Sod buster signed on: 07/06/2017 08:32:45
from: Can as many people as possible get over to Owenbeg on Friday night and support the boys from Glen Primary School who are in the County Derry primary schools final having won South Derry? Four teams will participate - two finalists from the north and two from the south of the county.
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Ex sod buster signed on: 25/05/2017 21:34:45
from: I agree with our last contributor. It is fantastic to see Glen PS competing at the top table. The rural portion of our parish has a proud gaelic tradition going back over several generations and it's great to see this coming to the fore again. Our club is comprised of rural and urban elements and both bring their own strengths. I look forward to the day when Glen Primary play Glenview in the final. All credit to the boys, their teachers, their club coaches and their families. Na Watties abú!
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Sod buster signed on: 24/05/2017 20:12:41
from: It's fantastic news to hear that Glen primary have won the South Derry primary school's competition. I think this is the first time the school has won a major competition. All the big primary schools from across South Derry took part. They are a great bunch of boys and I have no doubt that they will be lifting lots more silverware in the coming years. Some of the credit for this must go to the hard work of our coaches. It's especially heartening because the majority of the team are Watties and that Glen PS is a Watty stronghold. I hear that we had good performances from the other Watties in Glenview and the Bunscoil.
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Curious signed on: 16/05/2017 18:24:22
from: Fergal P, was that last contribution from you?
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Entertained signed on: 13/05/2017 17:19:50
from: If, like me, you are despairing of our game in general and fed up with blanket defences and seemingly endless lateral hand passes then get down to the training pitch when the Under 10s are playing a practice game. These boys take no prisoners. It's end to end stuff. I've been told that most of them are still under eight. Well done Fearghal P and your fellow trainers! Keep up the great work.
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Watty signed on: 12/05/2017 21:37:11
from: Maghera Thank you to all our jivers this weekend who have give up so many hours to entertain us all this weekend to raise money for the club.......... go Dessie and Kelly
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Loves a flutter signed on: 11/05/2017 21:11:32
from: I'd like to encourage everyone to make more usel of our club lottery. I've yet to encounter another in Ireland that offers better value... especially when you stand to win £5000 for £1 by picking three numbers. It also increases by 500 pounds weekly. It is great value. Unfortunately, it is also our best kept secret. Lots of local people who love a flutter never think of doing it and are amazed when it is revealed to them. It is so easy to do it now; all you need to do is to log on and do it online. The money it generates is used to good effect. It is all ploughed back into our club and community. It takes around £100,000 to run a GAA club annually so every pound helps.
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nosey watty signed on: 11/05/2017 06:50:49
from: Ditch Very impressed with the tidy up at top pitch. Hearing stories of what is happening. Would love to hear about what is happening. love progress on and off the pitch.
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Impressed signed on: 05/05/2017 11:07:07
from: I happened to be down at the pitch on Wednesday evening and saw the second half of the Under 12 game against a good Glenullin side. I was very impressed by what I saw from our boys. This is a group with great potential and they are obviously being coached well.
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parent signed on: 01/05/2017 07:02:31
from: I would be very saddened if the damage of the Glen sign was caused by any member of any other sport's club. As a member they would know the amount of fundraising required to run their club and the expensive of the sign's
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wackford squeers signed on: 30/04/2017 22:05:29
from: seatoflearnin' Maybe the vandals come from a very shallow gene pool and they haven't the means of expressing themselves in more civilized ways. They live very unfulfilled lives. There has been vandalism and brutish behaviour in the National Hall, the building site on the Glen Road and at the Fort Centre over the last fortnight . Those responsible are all exactly the same. I was at the pitch several times last week. The numbers involved and positivity I witnessed there are a wonderful reaction to a few boneheads.
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Disgusted signed on: 30/04/2017 12:46:20
from: I've talking to several people after mass and all are sickened by the continued vandalism of the Club Glen sign. This is not just an attack on our club but also on our community. The message on the signs emphasises the links between our families, our community and our club - how this should cause offence is beyond me! I'm not convinced that the thugs involved are anti GAA per se. There have been GAA banners, flags etc placed along a one mile stretch of the Glenshane Pass and only ours have been damaged. I doubt that those involved pay much attention to the Glen Guestbook but if you do ... please show us some respect. We have the same right to exist and express our identity as anyone else!
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