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posted on April 27, 2014 12:14
Nótaí NCC 27/04/14

An tSraith Uladh (un tryh ulloo) (The Ulster League)
After a scenic journey to the foothills of the Mournes, the Cilles continued their recent good form with a 5-15 to 0-12 win over a young Cluain Daimh side (Clonduff) last Saturday evening (26th April). 
NCC hurled impressively with several of the goals born of excellent, unselfish approach teamwork and exquisite finishing. 
In a good team showing Peter Corr, Chris Cross, Seamus OHagan, Paul Maguire, Joe Mór, Rory O'Neill, Jack Ryan and Ruairí Hagan caught the eye. 
Team: Andrew Byrne, Eric Kirwin, John Connolly, Pete Corr, Ryan Mór, Niall O'Neill, Seán Kelly, Séamus Hagan (2-7, 0-4 frees), Chris Cross, Colm Connolly, Paul Maguire (0-2), Joe Mór (0-2), Rory O'Neill (0-2), 
Brian Rua (1-0), Jack Ryan (1-1). Darren Murphy for Rua (39th), Ruairí Hagan (1-1) for Collie (49th), James McCann (51st) for aon duine eile. 
The win leaves us top of the Division 2 table going into the break for the county teams c'ships. Our next game is against Down's Liatroim Fontenoys in Clochóg on Sat May 24 at 4pm. 
The Fontenoys are one of the fancied sides to lift the title and it will be a good test of this Colum Cille side. Keep an eye on the club twitter, facebook and www.naomhcolumcille.com 
Text  +44 7821 756372 to be included in club text msg list. Always check ahead for senior fixture changes with Ryan 07834 906992

An tSraith Faoi 16 (un tryh fwee shea yeg) U16 League
The deep sleep continued with the u16s. Without a full compliment, the league game with Dungannon was conceded and a puck about match went ahead being the sides. 
Only time will tell if this nadir will result in an upturn in effort towards the c'ship or a continuation of the ennui. U16 squad contact number is 07922 277515

Tour The Lough Update

Entries for the 100 & 40mile NCC Lough Neagh cycle challenge (Sun 1 June 2014) via paypal on club website www.naomhcolumcille.com Please contact Paul 07747301263 for all details.

Cycling advice 15 from 'The Master':

N.C.C.C.C.16

16 weeks in ; if you've been following this programme or something similar then by this stage you've lots of hard miles done and are now ready for the last big training challenge before you tackle the NCC 100. 
The challenge this weekis to do 80 miles by cycling right round the lough. Not only will this help prepare you physically but it will also prepare you mentally ; 
and as any good coach will tell you "having the mind right is at least as important as having the body right."
It is best if you can do this cycle with someone else or in a small group of similar ability. But if you have to do it on your own - do it. The basic route starting from NCC is :
NCC - Portadown - Lurgan - Aghagallon - Aghalee - Crumlin - Antrim - Randalstown - Toome - Ballyronan - Ballinderry - Ardboe - NCC.
Clockwise or anti-clockwise ? it doesn't matter. Taking short stops around 20 miles and 60 miles with a longer stop at 40 miles should break the journey up nicely. Enjoy it!

Iomáint faoi aois (um-onsh fwee esh) (underage hurling)
Coaching this week
Mon -  U14 (Paul 07747301263)
Tues - U6 & U8 ( Damian 07889432690)
Thurs - U10 & U12 (
Bring boots and runners. Session could be in Hall or field depending on weather. Times are 6.30 to 7.30pm. Cost £1. Bring water. Fáilte roimh toisitheoirí. Beginners welcome. 

Cairde Cholum Cille (carja kholum kill-ya) (friends of Colum Cille)
The Colum Cille friendship scheme is up and running. The first monthly draw is this Wed 30th April 2014 for current members. 
If you are interested in joining the scheme or wish to find out any more information please Contact Damian on 07889432690.

Table Quiz
Table Quiz 2 was another enjoyable evening last Fri. Los something or other pipped the Dalcassians and Mickey HW won the mastermind round. Come along this Fri for No 3 @9pm in the clubrooms. 
If your not part of a team, don't worry, you'll be welcome into any of the them and if you have a team, be there to challenge the current champions and - much more importantly- have a good night out of the house. 
Bring your own plus Tea/coffee and refreshments served. 

Soláthar agus Deisiú na gCamán (sulaher ugus  jeshoo na gamon) Hurley Supply & Hurley Repairs 
To buy a camán or require one mended, see Paul (07747301263)

Siopa an chumainn (shopa an commin) (club shop):
There are a range of club gear and hurling equipment in the club shop fir sale. Contact Aidy on 07843 237515.

Dúirt siad: (durch shade) (they said:)

"What's so special about that oul hurley that you can't spend time with me" - as the camán season heats up, the fairer, more beautiful, other half will resort to these deadly tactics.

Seanfhocal don tSeachtain (shanucal dun tchaktin) (weekly saying):
Faigheann foighid fortacht (fyin foyid for-takhd) (patience gets its reward)

Comhbrón (Coe-vron) (Sympathy)
CLG NCC sends its deepest sympathies to the Conway family, Annagher and the Gribben family, Corr on their recent bereavements. 
Solas Mhic Dé ar a n-anamacha dílis (solas Vic Jay air a nan-im-a-ha geelish) (The light of Gods Son on their dear/loyal souls)
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