March 4, 2019
Our club is endeavoring to build a community outreach team to help us to communicate more effectively with our members and with the community in general. If you can spare 30 minutes per week, there’s lots of ways you can get involved, posting on social media, website, compiling content for our weekly emails or designing our marketing materials. If you would like to get involved please e mail email@example.com
We are also looking for 2 people to join the stats team and work with our senior footballers. If you are interested, contact Richie Fitzmaurice.
Despite the appalling weather, it was a very busy weekend on the playing fields. Our senior footballers collected their first league points of the season with a hard fought 3 point victory over Raheny. Our AFL11N team made it 2 wins in a row when they defeated Starlights. We had victories also for our Under 15 and 16 hurlers. Our under 10 boys played Raheny and it was interesting to notice the same sponsors name on both sets of jerseys.
The girls had a very busy weekend also with the Under, 11, 12 and 14 ladies football teams recording decisive victories. Due to a blizzard, the under 16 game was abandoned when someone mistook the referee for a snowman and shoved a carrot in his mouth.
Congratulations to our Under 12 camogie girls who last weekend won a very competitive tournament in Gormanstown.
Our adult hurlers are back in action next Sunday. Our AHL3 team is away to St. Pats Palmerstown at 10-30 while the AHL8 lads are away to Lucan at 3pm. Our minor footballers have a home fixture against Round Towers Clondalkin at 11.
We would like to remind all mentors who are using portable goals that these must be secured safely at all times.
We would also like to alert all of you to the fact that a number of GAA clubs in neighbouring counties have been targeted by thieves. Please ensure that no property is left visible in cars and that all dressing rooms are locked at all times.
This weeks club Lotto numbers were 5, 6, 8 and 9. There was no winner and the jackpot now stands at €8050