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Club Notes

March 10, 2020

Our Adult hurlers (AHL 3) had an impressive away win against St. Perergrines. Despite missing a number of players, this was a excellent team performance. However the individual display of young Liam Mullen was particularly eye catching. The under 16 camogie girls traveled to St. Judes and came back with 2 very valuable league points in their first game of the Season. Our minor ladies football team received a walkover. Despite very good displays, both our junior hurlers and minor camogie team were narrowly pipped in their encounters. Good to see that Fergal Ryan has taken over as manager of the junior hurlers. We wish him all the best.

Another busy weekend for our adult teams. On Saturday our minor ladies football team is away to St. Judes at 3pm. On Sunday morning our senior footballers travel to Ballyboden for a crucial league game at 10-30. The minor hurlers are away to St. Brigids at 11. Out AFL7 footballers are away to Garristown at 12 while the AFL 11 team is at home against O’Connell Boys at 3. Once again we urge members to get out and support our teams.

Congratulations to Aoibhe Dillon who is a member of the Dublin Intermediate camogie team who had a good win over Laois at the weekend.

We wish remind members that all membership fees are overdue and must be paid immediately. Please cooperate. Remember if you have not paid your fees, you are unable to play for the club.

In addition to the playing activity, our clubhouse is also a hive of activity. On Monday nights we have one of the best Traditional music sessions around, on Wednesday nights we have our 25 card drive while Thursday is Poker night. We also run a variety of classes and courses. Among them are Dance, Fitness, CCE Port Mearnóg and Operation Transformation. We also have Chess, Óiche Gaeilge and Language classes. For further information on any of our activities ring Eamon at 01 8464346.

In view of the current health scare we ask all members to abide by the guidelines issued by the various professional bodies. Try and avoid hype and misinformation.