April 1, 2019
On Saturday we hosted the Camogie Féile and it turned out to be a wonderful occasion. The club was buzzing all day and our own girls did us proud. After 3 tough games they qualified to meet Raheny in the final on Sunday. In a nail biting finish we were pipped by 1 point after a great game. Congratulations to Siobhan and the girls for a magical weekend and well done to our friends in Raheny who were worthy winners. Well done to Sophie Cotter who got player of the tournament, A sincere thank also to the many people who helped run the event on Saturday.
Our senior footballers traveled to Clondalkin and captured 2 very valuable league points. Our junior footballers also won. Our minor hurlers were involved in a mighty battle with Faughs where a last minute goal earned us a draw.
Our adult hurlers start their championship campaign at the weekend. On Saturday evening at 6, our intermediate team play Crokes while on Sunday our junior lads are away to Na Fianna at 3pm.
Our very popular Easter Camps take place as usual. Book early to avoid disappointment. Contact club GPO David Sweeney.
Portmarnock Community School is running a performance of Les Miserables to raise funds for the construction of a Community Theatre in the school. The concert takes place on the 27th of April and details can be found on the school website. Many of our players, parents and supporters are products of this fine school and we ask that you support them.
Congratulations to Damien and Michelle Killalea (Fallon) on the birth of their son Noah. Michelle was a member of the club’s first ladies football squad managed and trained by the late Michael Walsh.