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Dublin Airport Authority

Club Notes

May 11, 2015

Well done to our under 15 ladies football team who were recently crowned league champions. This is their second consecutive league title having also won the championship.

Our junior footballers put on a fine display against Garristown to qualify for the next round of the championship. Playing in front of a good crowd on Saturday in Carrickhill, our under 15 footballers defeated Cuala in a high quality game. In camogie, we had wins for the under 8, 9, 11 and 13 teams. The senior camogie girls are in action tonight (Tuesday) away to Naomh Bríd.

On Wednesday, our senior hurlers have a home game in the championship against Castleknock. Please support all our teams. On Saturday next, we are hosting the football Féile. Games start at 10 30am and we would like to welcome our guests Na Fianna, St. Vincents and Round Towers of Clondalkin. Good luck to our lads.

Portmarnock has been entered in the Tidy Towns competition. As the largest community organisation in the area, we ask all our members to support this venture in any way you can.

Our “Operation Transformation” health programme has commenced and we wish all participants the very best of luck.

The club Lotto continues with the draw taking place every Sunday night. The jackpot is now €10,000 and we ask all members to support this very important aspect of club finance.

Our very successful Summer Camps, will continue this year as usual. Please contact Paddy Gorey for details.

We now have one of the best Traditional Music sessions every Monday night in the club. Please come along. All are welcome.

We wish to remind all members that if you are having a celebration of any kind, please contact Bar Manager Eamonn Cosgrove to discuss hiring our facilities at very reasonable rates.

The new GAA is Season upon us and we will be showing all games as well as other sporting events on our big screens. You are all welcome to come along.

Well done to all the competitors, adult and underage, from Comhaltas Port Mearnóg which is based in our club who took part in the Dublin Fleadh Cheoil over the weekend. A special word of congratulations to all those who qualified for the Leinster Fleadh which will take place in Maynooth on the 11/12 th of July