May 9, 2016
Our Junior hurlers travelled to Tallaght on Sunday afternoon to take Thomas Davis in the championship. After a superb game of hurling we emerged victorious by 1 point. This team remains unbeaten so far in 2016.
Our Senior 5 camogie girls had a titanic midweek battle against Lucan in the league at home. We won by 1 point and sit proudly on top of the league.
Our Under 15 footballers started their championship campaign with a home game against Clontarf. In a great contest where fortunes swung back and forth, we eventually came up a little short in the end. Despite this the future is very bright for this group. Well done to all concerned.
A very busy weekend on the girls scene saw camogie victories for our under 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 teams. Our under 10 ladies football team were also victorious. The under 9 boys won the ” Battle of the Seaside” against neighbours St. Sylvesters. The under 12 boys put up a very impressive score against Na. Fianna. The under 13 boys football team continues to impress with another comfortable victory over Clontarf. A reminder that this team will be taking part in our Under 13 football tournament which we are hosting on the 11th of June. We have 16 of the top named clubs in Ireland participating in what should be a great event.
Congratulations to Aoife McLoughney who came 3rd in the recent camogie Féile skills competition.
Our senior footballers have a league game away to Erin’s Isle on Wednesday night. Please support.
The next round of “Operation Transformation” has just commenced and we wish all the participants the very best.
Many of our young people are about to face into college exams at the moment and we wish them all the best.
With the inter county season about to start, we are glad to announce that Dan Linehan will once again be looking after ticket requirements. Thank you Dan.
We extend our sympathy to the Waters family of the death of Tom’s father Vincent. May His Soul Rest in Peace.