The first ever Suffolk County Adult Gaelic Football Club was established this spring and off to a great start. The club, known as Suffolk County Hibernians, was founded with the help of Mike Byrne, NYS AOH Sports Chairman who has been active in finding ways to keep our Irish heritage, sport, and culture alive in New York. This past weekend was the teams first game facing-off against the Long Island Gaels Gaelic Football Club. The Suffolk County Hibernians won the game 1-14 to 1-12.
Due to predicted severe thunderstorms, the James F. Hayes Annual Golf Outing has been cancelled for Friday, May 5, 2017.
If you have any questions, feel free to email Mike Byrne at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516-782-4762.
The James F. Hayes Annual Golf Outing will take place this year at the Sunny Hill Resort and Golf Course. The date of the event is Friday April 29, 2016. This event is run in conjunction with the semi-annual board meetings which are held on Saturday April 30, 2016.
Please see attached flyer for all the information including hotel reservations for AOH group. The rates are very reasonable and a fun weekend is guaranteed. Also, please see attached information regarding our annual bowling tournament, held April 2, 2016. If you need any additional information or any questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com or call 516-782-4762.
On Sunday, June 5, 2011 The AOH Nassau County Board held their convention. The newly elected slate of officers are pictured (L – R) Seated: Vice President Sean O’Rourke; NY State President Chip McLean; President Michael Byrne; NY State Secretary Jim Burke; Recording Secretary Tim Myles. Standing: Sentinel Ken Ferguson; Standing Committee Peter Begley; Financial Secretary Bill McGough; Treasurer Jack Ryan; Marshal Rich O’Neill.
Div 1 Yonkers held its local 175th anniversary celebrations at its recent Divisional meeting. Several local politicians stopped by with proclamations that included New York State (pictured), Westchester County Legislature, the Westchester County Executive, and the City of Yonkers.