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Club Notes

March 25, 2019

We had an unprecedented level of activity in the club over the weekend and it was fantastic to see literally hundreds of players (all codes) and supporters out enjoying themselves.

Our adult hurlers (AHL 3) made it 3 wins on the trot with a very impressive display against St. Peregrines. Our minor footballers were equally impressive in their win over Cuala. We had wins also for our under 9, 10 and 13 boys. The under 11 boys “christened” one of our new pitches (Pitch 7) with a victory over Clontarf.

The under 14 ladies football team were in action against St Pergrines and made it 3 wins from 3 in the league. The under 13s also won while the under 10s had a thoroughly enjoyable outing against St. Vincents.

Our adult footballers are back in action next Sunday. The fixtures are as follows. The seniors are away to Round Towers Clondalkin at 10-30, the junior are away to Ballyboden at 12 and our AFL11N are away to Ballymun at 3pm. Our minor hurlers are at home to Faughs at 11 and our senior camogie girls start their league campaign at 11 with an away game against Kilmacud.

Next Saturday, we are hosting the camogie Féile and we wish Siobhan Crean Lynch and her team the best of luck.

Our 4th annual Govan Jolliffe-Byrne under 13 football tournament takes place on the 1st of June. If you have any questions or you would like to get involved in any way please contact Kate on grahamnevile@gmail.com.

The Club’s Golf Society has its first outing on the 12th of April. Membership is open to club members and non-club members. Contact any member of the committee for details.

We are still looking for people to join our Community Outreach team. The objective is to improve and enhance our methods of communication with our members and the community in general. This is a very interesting role and if you would like to help, contact our PRO Kate on pro.naomhmearnog.dublin@gaa.ie