Club Notes 21st December

Monday, December 21, 2015

The numbers drawn were:  16,19,9,10. The next jackpot will be: €16,200. Please sign up here, it's a fantastic way of supporting the club and winning some cash:

We would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Strictly Bray Emmets Meeting
There will be an information meeting regarding Strictly Bray Emmets 2016 in the club house on Monday 21st December at 8pm.

For Further Information please contact
PJ Cunningham 086 821 7631
Paul Cunnigham 086 824 3700
Gary Prunty 086 854 5100

Bank of Ireland supports Bray Emmets GAA Club
Bank of Ireland staff who are members of Bray Emmets GAA have applied to the Bank of Ireland Give Together scheme for matched funding for recent club fundraising activities. 

 According to Dermot O’Sullivan, Bank of Ireland Corporate Responsibility Manager:

“Since 2007, all our community investment is now channelled into facilitating and supporting employee volunteering and fundraising activities through an initiative called Give Together.   Through this initiative, Bank of Ireland provides one day of paid leave to each employee every year to volunteer their time to a cause of their choice.  We have also put in place an annual fund to allow the Bank to contribute to employee fundraising and support their volunteering.  

Since the launch of Give Together, our people have been involved in raising funds amounting to more than €25 million for over 1500 deserving causes. support. Bank of Ireland are delighted to support Bray Emmets and have donated €750 to club funds in support of your recent fundraising activities.  I'm sure that Bray Emmets will put the money to good use.”

Please support Bray Emmets GAA National Club Draw 2016
14 Fabulous Prizes to be won

The National Club Draw is our fundraiser for the Christmas and New Year period.

All money from ticket sales is retained by the club so please support this initiative.

Tickets are available in the club shop and from committee members.

This is our major fundraiser over the Christmas/New Year period, please support it.

Christmas stocking fillers

  • The Wicklow County Yearbook is out now, with  the club's very good year well documented.  Available from the club secretary: or in participating bookshops
  • From St Hughs National School, Dowra  who are raising money  for a  GAA pitch. The Scrapbook of Regrets which documents 155 responses from former GAA Stars outlining their greatest disappointments from their illustrious careers in a book. All compiled by the young students themselves and their principal Padraig Kenny. Packed full of quality photos, match programmes excerpts and match reports. On sale in 70 outlets nationwide. or online  @


Dates for your Diary
Strictly Bray Emmets meeting: Monday, December 21st, 8pm
Strictly Bray Emmets: 20th February, 2016

Coaching courses
GAA Foundation Course/Foundation Award

The Foundation Award is the introductory award for coaches of Gaelic Games. The course is aimed at beginner coaches and will enable participants to assist a coach in the organisation of activities to develop hurling or football.

Please text Willie if interested at 0860266506

GAA Games Development Conference
The Liberty insurance GAA Games Development Conference will take place on Friday January 22nd and Saturday January 23rd next in Croke Park. The 2016 Conference will focus on issues related to the Adult Player (aged 18 years +).

On Friday, January 22nd we will have a special forum on the progression of players from the minor and underage ranks through to the adult game.

Tickets are available to reserve your place now, from:

Please note that tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and are expected to sell out quickly.

For more information please visit: