April 29, 2015
On Saturday, we hosted the Ladies football Féile and our own girls certainly gave it their all. They defeated O’Dwyers and St. Brigid’s to reach the semi final. Despite their best efforts they eventually lost out to a strong Templeogue side. Well done to all concerned and a sincere thank you to all who helped run the event. Despite the horrible weather, it was a great day.
Well done to our senior hurlers who defeated Lucan in the first round of the Intermediate championship. This was an excellent performance by a group of players who are really putting in a great effort at the moment.
Our senior camogie girls defeated Oliver Plunketts to gain 2 valuable league points. It’s great to see so many young players coming through on this team. We are currently fielding 2 adult camogie teams and great credit is due to the management groups.
Our under 16 footballers travelled to Ballyboden to take on the home side in the championship quarter final. After a mighty battle between two very evenly matched sides, we lost by 2 points. Well done lads the future is bright.
Congratulations to Cian Hendricken who was on the Dublin minor hurling team that defeated Offaly and to Shane Carthy who was a member of the Dublin senior football squad that retained the league title.
On Saturday night, our successful under 21 footballers were presented with their medals at a lovely ceremony in the club.
The club is running an “Operation Transformation” health and fitness programme starting on the 6th of May. If you would like to take part, please text 087 120544o