April 3, 2017
Well done to Ken Brogan and the Ladies football Féile team who despite not winning the competition outright gave us a day to remember on Saturday. We topped a very difficult group winning all 3 games against Raheny, Fingal Ravens and Parnells. We then came up against eventual winners Round Towers Clondalkin in the semi final. After an almighty battle in front of a large and enthusiastic home crowd we were beaten by 1 point. The girls were disappointed but very proud and the future for ladies football in the club looks very bright indeed.
We had impressive wins for our under 14, 15 and 16 hurlers. It’s great to see so many adult hurlers working with our young teams. Our under 10 footballers entertained St. Vincent’s and won in style after a great game. Our under 9 ladies football team played their first league game against Clontarf.
It was a very successful weekend for our inter county camogie players who were all on winning teams. Miriam Twomey Senior, Laura Walsh and Gráinne Power Junior, Ciara Holland and Aoibhe Dillon minor.
The adult camogie leagues start this week. On Tuesday our girls are at home to Ballinteer at 7pm. Our adult hurlers are in action against Thomas Davis on Saturday evening at 6pm also at home..
The boys football Féile takes place next Saturday and our lads will be travelling to Martin Savage Park. We wish Paul, Barry, Gerry, Harry and Mick and the entire team all the best
The first outing of our Golf Society takes place this Friday. If any of you would like to join the Golf Society, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club is starting a campaign to try and increase the level of support for our teams especially at home. Let’s start this week and get behind the camogie girls on Tuesday and the adult hurlers on Saturday evening. Can mentors please inform their teams of upcoming fixtures.
All membership fees are now overdue. Please pay immediately.