November 28, 2016
Well done to our under 14 camogie girls who defeated Lucan in the championship. This is an amalgamated team between ourselves and neighbours Naomh Baróg and the arrangement works very well.
Our annual camogie awards ceremony took place on Friday evening in the club. Congratulations to all who received awards. It’s only when you see all the teams together that you realise that our camogie section had a very good year.
Our AGM took place on Thursday night and once again Chairman Michael Hannon will lead the troops for the year ahead. We would like to welcome Kate Moran who joins the Executive committee as PRO and Frank Doyle who comes on board as players representative. A special word of thanks to outgoing members Michael O’Donoghue, Colm Delaney and Tony Owens.
Don’t forget that on Friday night we have our cookery demonstration by Derry Clarke. There are still some tickets available from Smyths butchers or from Eamonn in the bar.
The playing season for our adult men just seems to go on and on and on. At 2pm next Saturday our under 21 footballers play Ballymun away in the championship. Our senior footballers are facing at least 1 more fixture after losing to St, Pats Palmerston in the relegation playoff. Would somebody please shout “STOP” and remember that we are dealing with amateur players who are entitled to have a life as well.
Our under 8 girls completed The Mannequin Challenge at the weekend. The evidence is on the club’s Facebook page. They have issued a formal challenge to the boys to do the same.
Our annual Mass takes place on Saturday the 10th of December at 8pm in the Clubhouse. This will be followed by our “Thank You” night in the bar for all mentors and helpers.