3 September 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard


There is a certain ambition involved in winning. When success comes, the most driven teams generally keep achieving. Success breeds success. In Monaghan GAA circles, Scotstown have been the epitome of this for the best part of a decade. But players can only do so much. Management can only do so much. The essence of the GAA is community, and with over seventy senior men’s players alone, Scotstown have a bigger community than most. New chairman Shane Stirrat is trying his best to be the glue that holds the parish together, and with new plans in place to redevelop the club’s training facilities, he and the club are making an appeal to not only stabilise, but build.

“We’re looking for members and parishioners to sign up to a yearly subscription of €250 for the next 4 years. We only launched on Saturday, so we currently have 4 training pitches and we’re trying to develop a running track, a 4G pitch, lighting for the playing fields, improvements to our car park and dressing rooms…

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