Ballyboden St Enda's
CONGRATS to our minor B & C footballers on their Championship wins. Minor B 3-14 Parnell's 0-11 & Minor C 6-12 St Pat's (P) 2-05. Hard luck to our Senior Camogie team on their defeat against Oulart the Ballagh in the Leinster Club semi-finals. Fundraiser for CLIMB4CLARE is a fundraising campaign being organised by the Ladies Gaelic Football Association to raise much needed funding to ensure the provision and roll out of the CLIMB Support Programme in Cancer Care Centres around the country in partnership with The Irish Cancer Society. Ballyboden St Enda's is looking to get everyone involved and join in a charity walk for Climb4Clare on Sunday 16th of November from BBSE to Hell Fire Club. There will be a Registration Night on Wednesday the 5th of November from 8pm-10pm. Entry is €10 which includes a t-shirt to wear on the walk. There was no winner of this week's Lotto draw. Next week's Lotto Jackpot is €2,500. For all names of winners of Ballyboden St Enda's Lotto log onto www.bodengaa.ie.
ONLY two juvenile teams had games over the Bank Holiday weekend and were defeated in both. U11 girls lost to St Finian's (S) and St Peter's minors lost Championship match to St Peregrine's. Fixtures for next weekend ;- U14 St Peter's boys play away in semi-final league game v Kilmacud Crokes (C) on Saturday 1st November at 2.30pm, also that day, U11 girls play at home v Beann Eadair. Best of luck to adult men's team, who play at home on Sunday 2nd November at 11am v St Mark's in relegation play-off to stay in Division 3 for next year. All support welcome to these important games. Congratulations to Sharon and Niall on the birth of their son Conor and to Jackie and Darren on the birth of their daughter Lilly-mae. Thanks to Michelle for organising the Club Fundraiser and to everyone who took part in the bag-packing in Tesco Balbriggan last Saturday. Hard luck to Wild Geese hurling team, who lost in their Junior F Championship Final last Saturday.
THE Nursery is on in the Leisure Centre on Wednesday evenings from 6pm-7pm. All children aged 5-8 years are welcome. U8/9s have training in the Leisure Centre on Wednesday from 6pm-7pm. This week's Lotto numbers were 01-09-27-28; there was no winner of this week's Jackpot €3,400. The four €30 winners are Gavin O'Reilly, Tara Lee, Siobhan Dunne & Nolan Boys. Tickets are €2 each and are available from club members or in Chasers itself. Please help support the club by getting your Lotto ticket. The club is always looking for new players for all teams; anyone interested can contact Paul on 086-2189173. Follow us on Twitter (@BallyfermotDLS) or like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/BallyfermotDLS) or web ballyfermotdls.altervista.org.
OUR heroes of the week this week are our minor footballers, who defeated Thomas Davis in the Championship in a cracking game in Pairc Ciceam on Sunday morning by 5 points. This now puts the destiny of the Championship back in our own hands after the opening day defeat to Ballyboden. Well done Paddy and all the lads, and take a bow. You are our heroes of the week. Our nursery continues every Saturday, even though this mid-term break right until the end of November, when we break for Christmas. Also, our Halloween Camp is on this Tuesday and Wednesday, with subscription on the morning costing €20 per child, and catering from ages 3 and up. For more information on this, please contact Shane our GPO/Coach on 085-2394713. Our U16s will play a league semi-final in Pairc Ciceam next Saturday, November 1st at 2.30pm. Please try support this impressive team. Huge congratulations to Jamesy McCarthy on his award of All-Star for this year. The only surprise is that this is his first. Well done Jamesy, the whole club is very proud of you. Finally, the senior footballers will soon be playing league semi-final. Please keep an eye on our social media for this fixture, for info on our upcoming end of season party for the juvenile section, and all the other club gossip. Go to http://www.ballymunkickhams.com or our Facebook page or Twitter @BallymunGAA.
HARD luck to our adult hurlers, who lost out to Shamrocks in the Leinster Junior Championship. The sides were level with 20 minutes remaining before Shamrocks grabbed the goals that turned the tide. The team and management would like to thank the Offaly County Board, the Leinster Council and most of all the good humoured crowd of loyal supporters who travelled down from Dublin to support us. We look forward to having this support at our side in our final two league games as we strive for promotion to AHL4 in the coming weeks. Minor footballers defeated Skerries in the Championship, thanks to a super performance in the closing quarter. There was no winner of the Club Lotto this week. The numbers drawn were 12-19-24-32. The weekly winners were Padraic Casey and Sarah McGinn. This week's jackpot is €5,700. Juvenile subs are now well overdue. www.clontarfgaa.com.
HARD luck to the junior team in the Championship Final on Saturday. They lost only by 2 points but fought hard until the final whistle. Well done to each and every one of them. Also thanks to everyone who came out and supported the team. It was great to see such great numbers in O'Toole Park. We had a great Halloween Disco on Friday night. Thanks to all who helped out. Fixtures: U8 hurlers away to St Pat's at 10am; U9 away to Westmanstown at 11am; U10s away to Cuala at 12.15pm; U11s away to Kilmacud Crokes at 11am; U12s home to Sylvester's. Fitness Company @ Commercials are up in running in the clubhouse. Great rates for Commercials players, mentors and parents. We are always looking for new players for all of our teams in the club. Anyone interested in joining our club contact Peter Elliott on 086-8572569. Check out our website www.commercialshurlingclub.gaa.ie for all information. You can also follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/CommercialsHur1 or our Facebook page: Commercials Hurling Cumann iomanaiochta. Club Gear available from Siobhan on 086-3898844.
NO winner of Lotto Jackpot of €4,000 for Monday 20th October. Eleven match 3 winners each receive €55. Numbers were: 6, 9, 14 & 20. Next week the Jackpot will be €4,500. Tickets are €2 and the draw takes place every Monday in the Club Lounge at 11pm. Well done to our adult football team, who played out an epic draw in the Leinster Junior Club Championship after extra-time. The replay is fixed for Drogheda on Saturday at 2pm. Details of transport arrangements will be posted on Facebook. Hard luck to our Ladies U14 football, who lost narrowly in their Championship Final. Most teams return to action this weekend after the Bank Holiday break. The Annual General Meeting takes place tonight at 8pm. All members are urged to attend. The food service continues every Sunday from 2pm-6pm. Please support. The Darts team have organised a very special event on Thursday 20th November; "An Evening with Keith Deller and Eric Bristow". There is no cover charge. The club have organised a very special Social Evening on Saturday 22nd November, "A Night for Ruairi". Tickets are €10 and all members and friends are urged to support this very special fundraising event. Ruairi is the son of Sean and Shona Kilduff and they have had a very tough 9 months. Full details are available on our Facebook page. All our young members are asked to keep safe this Halloween and enjoy the night.
WELL done to our adult camogie team, who beat St Finian's 4-09 to 3-02 in their Shield semi-final on Sunday. They face Erin's Isle in the Final. Congratulations to the minor footballers, who beat St Maur's in the A Championship in Hyde Park last Sunday. Final score Cuala 3-11, St Maur's 1-9. Hard luck to the 2nd minor footballers, who lost their D Championship match with Crumlin by 3-12 to 0-9 in Pearse Park. Well done to both our U21 teams, who had good wins last weekend. Good luck to the senior footballers against Naomh Mearnog in AFL2 next Sunday. Cuala would like to welcome our new Games Promotion Officer, Barry Burke, to the club. Barry has been busy getting the feel of the club and introducing himself to some of the club's teams. The Lotto wasn't won so next week's Jackpot will be €1,200. Our three €50 lucky dip winners were Mairead Kenny, Colm O Giollain and Turlough Sheanon. Tickets can be bought online at http://www.cualagaa.ie/lotto. It has been 25 years since our senior hurlers won their first Dublin County Championship back in 1989. We are having a reunion to mark the occasion with a Golf Outing in Woodbrook GC on Friday 21st of November. Please contact PJ Holden: 086-0609247; Karl Schutte: 086-2545759 or Harry Roberts: 086-2550775 for more details. The Annual Cuala Céilí na Samhna - Cuala Halloween Céilí will take place 7pm-9pm, Saturday 1st November in the Cuala Hall. There'll be fun for all the family with music, dancing and prizes for best/worst dressed and the 2nd Annual Cuala Pumpkin Carving Competition. Bígí Linn. Comhghairdeas to all the Cuala boys on the Scoil Lorcain team that won the Sciath Mhic Caoilte in Croke Park last Thursday. Maith Sibh go léir.
ERIN GO BRAGH
WE are holding a Table Quiz on Friday 7th November at the Grasshopper Inn, Clonee. Its €20 for a table of 4. Our Halloween Camp runs from Wednesday 29th - Friday 31st from 10am-2pm on the Astro/Hall. Cost will be €30 and €25 for subsequent siblings. For more information call John 087-7541948 or Paul 087-6613104. Thanks to everyone who supported our Halloween Disco. We hope all the boys and girls had a good time. Well done to our U13 ladies football team, who won their Cup Final on Saturday. Anyone interested in playing football can call George 087-9709795. Our football team are training every Wednesday in the Ongar Community Centre. Our league winning hurlers played their last game of the season on Sunday against Lucan Sarsfields. They won 5-20 to 0-14 and were presented with the league trophy after the game. Anyone interested in playing hurling can contact Karl 087-2352074. There was no winner of our weekly Club Lotto. Numbers drawn were 11-15-22-27. Next week's Jackpot will be €4,000. Tickets are on sale at training and also in The Paddocks, The Grasshopper, The Vineyard and The Strawberry Hall for €2 each or 3 for €5. The Throw In, a radio programme about all things GAA in Dublin 15 and featuring Erin Go Bragh, continues every Monday from 7.30pm on 92.5 Phoenix FM.
HUGE congratulations to the Senior Camogie team on their Championship success. The girls beat St Vincent's in the Senior B Final in O'Toole Park on Sunday afternoon. Well done to all involved on this massive achievement. Fixtures this coming weekend: Sunday morning, Junior Camogie play Cuala in the Shield Final (venue and time tbc). Minor Hurling Championship in club at 11am. The lads play St Peregrine's. All support welcome in both games. All members note the Fixtures Section AGM takes place on Thursday October 30th at 8pm sharp. All members are required to attend. Strictly Come Dancing takes place on Saturday 22nd November in the club. Tickets are now available and are selling fast. Buy early to avoid disappointment. Contact Jude Casey 087-9256535 for ticket info. Live music in the bar every Sunday. Bingo every Monday with music from the Cubes. There was no winner of the Club Lotto last Thursday. Numbers drawn were 4-8-18-24 and bonus number was 22. Next week's Jackpot is €1,600. Thanks for your continued support. If you have anything for the club notes please contact Anthony Connaghan at 087-2376762 before Sunday evening.
COMMISERATIONS to our Senior 4 Camogie team, who went down by the narrowest of margins to Kilmacud Crokes in the Championship Final on Sunday following an epic game in which little more than the minimum separated the teams at any time. Thanks to David, Liam and the girls for a great year. Best of luck to U21 hurlers in their first round Championship game against St David's. Time, date & venue to follow. Twenty Questions in the Members Bar every Wednesday. No fee. All welcome. Deepest sympathy is extended to Liz Newman on the death of her mother, Ellie. Ar dheis laimh De go raibh si. A date for your diaries, Race Night on Friday 5th December in the clubhouse. A great night is promised. Congratulations to Eddie and Joan Lyons on the birth of their latest grand-daughter. Club Lotto numbers were 9, 11, 15 and 22. No winner - Two 'Match 3' (Share €200) Joe Cunningham (Tipp) and Hilda Griffin both c/o club. Next week's Jackpot will be €9,000.
COULD anyone who is interested in attending our Fairyhouse Raceday Fundraiser on November 29th please contact Alan Manning 087-0651219 or Joe Kettle 086-8164861 as soon as possible. Anyone who has ordered tickets will need to pay a deposit or payment in full before the end of the month. Please support this fundraiser, all profits go towards our new all-weather Astro pitch. On Thursday 13th November, there will be a mass for the deceased members of the club in Rolestown Church at 7pm followed by the club AGM. Rolestown School play their Final on Monday November 3rd in Croke Park at 2:40pm. Lotto being done on Bank Holiday Monday.
CONGRATULATIONS to Paul Flynn on his 4th All-Star in a row and the 1st Dub to achieve this landmark. Incredibly, he is the first footballer since 1985 to enjoy such an unbroken sequence of All-Star success. That was the year Jack O'Shea collected his 6th consecutive award, while his Kerry colleague, Páidí O Sé, completed a personal five-timer. Pat Spillane, who remains the most decorated football All-Star with 9 awards, had earlier won six on the spin between 1976 and '81. Also, congratulations to JM Sheridan, who is one of 3 Fingal players named on the Nicky Rackard Champions 15. JM is the 3rd Fingallians hurler to be honoured. In previous years, Dermot Vaughan & Peter Daly were similarly honoured. The Executive would like to advice all members & friends that the club draw has been rescheduled for Saturday 8th November. While the majority of tickets have now been returned - it is so important that the remainder of sold tickets are sent back to give all supporters a fair chance. This Sunday 2nd November, our J6 football team take on St Sylvester's at 11am in Broomfield, Malahide in their promotion play-off. It was the end of one road and start of another as the Minor Ladies played their final game together on Saturday evening. They finished in style winning the Division 2 Shield Final. Check out the club Facebook page for all the action in pictures. There was great excitement in the club on Saturday morning. Our U6 footballers played their first match v Aghaloo (Co Tyrone). A big thank you to Ahgaloo, who also brought their U8 & U11 squads to the club. Our Academy will resume this Saturday from 10am-12pm. This year's AGM will take place on Thursday 13th November 2014 in the Club Hall at 9pm.
FRIENDS OF DUBLIN HURLING
OUR 10th Annual Celebration Night takes place at The Red Cow Hotel on Friday November 14th 2014. This is a night not to be missed, when Dublin hurling people assemble to honour players and mentors, past and present. The numbers attending grow every year and reached just short of 400 last year. Our Award winners for 2014 are: Young Player - Colm Cronin; Adult Player - Alan Nolan; Juvenile Club - Crumlin; Adult Club - St Jude's; Primary School - Gaelscoil Eiscir Riada, Lucan; Post-Primary School - Scoil Aodhán, Whitehall; Hall of Fame - To be announced at the function; Laoch Gorm - David O'Callaghan, Liam Rushe, Conal Keaney, Danny Sutcliffe, Alan Nolan, Shane Durkin & Alan McCrabbe. Tickets cost €40. To book contact Tom at 087-9783735. Congrats to Kilmacud Crokes and St Jude's on a wonderful County Final. We wish Kilmacud every success now in the Leinster Club Championship.
NEXT Sunday at 11am in Galty, the AFL5 footballers play St Margaret's in the league promotional play-offs. Well done to the senior 6 camogie team, who played Ballyboden in the Championship semi-final last Sunday. Unfortunately, they were beaten by a very strong 'Boden' team. Next weekend we have the U14 Camogie Championship Final at 1.30pm on Saturday. We also contest the U13 Shield Final at 12pm against Cuala in St Olaf's. And a special mention for the unbeaten U11 camogie team, who play their last game against Crumlin next weekend. The annual mass for deceased members will take place on Saturday 22nd November in the clubhouse. Further details later. Your support for this and all activities is greatly appreciated. The annual Juvenile Presentation Night takes place on Saturday 29th November. Tickets will be available soon from the organising committee. They are looking to have all the trophies sponsored on the night, so if you think you could arrange some sponsorship please contact Liz Baker as soon as possible. The Club Lotto was not won this week. The numbers were 2-3-21. Next week's Jackpot will be €2,700. Bingo continues every Wednesday night in the club at 8.30pm. We have Texas Hold'em in the bar on Friday nights at 9pm. Button accordion and concertina lessons are available every Monday night at 8pm in the clubhouse. There are Set-Dancing classes every Monday in the hall at 7.30pm. Beginners welcome. Anybody interested in taking up fencing as a hobby can have a go on Tuesday evenings in the club. Details are available in the club. The club would like to offer its condolences to the family of Elizabeth McGuinness (mother of LIzzie Mc Guinness), who passed away recently. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.
CONGRATS to Gerry Poole on winning our Golf Outing last Saturday. Our U16 ladies team will be up and running shortly. Anyone with girls of that age just contact the football committee through the club. Our juvenile section will be up and running soon. Just let us know if you have anyone interested in playing Gaelic football. We have our fully-qualified coaches ready to go. Indoor bowls continue every Monday and Wednesday. New members always welcome. Contact Benny at the club for details. Bingo every Wednesday with Ivan at 9pm. The football committee are running a Race Night in the club on November 21st. Details to follow. Executive committee meeting Wednesday at 8pm. Football committee meeting Thursday at 8.30pm.
SENIOR ladies footballers win in Kinnegad, 2-10 to 1-08. Leinster Champions. Senior Camogie team take Senior 4 Championship and Senior Ladies take Leinster title. Senior Hurlers triumph in Parnell, Dublin Champions again. Minor A Footballers set-up home Championship showdown with Cuala (Silverpark, November 9, 11am). AHL5 who have reached play-off final after a great display. Kilmacud Crokes U8 Hurling Festival. 16 Teams, 200 Hurlers. It was some day. Well, it has been a busy weekend, a great weekend for the club and the members. Once chairman Peter Walsh had awoken to a kitchen counter including match ticket, programme, loose change, and a large silver cup, he took a moment to comment "Proud of the achievement and delighted for players, management and all involved. Sustained hard work and development of young players is bearing fruit. The panel will work hard to build on this success by giving the Leinster Campaign their all. All roads lead to Parnell Park next Sunday at 2.30pm, where we take on Rathdowney/Errill, Laois Champions." There was a good showing from the club following at the funeral of John Kinsella, father of the Village Cafe's Michael and Grandfather of Matt. May he Rest In Peace. Sunday 02 November at 11am in Silver Park, AFL8 Footballers take on Trinity Gaels in the relegation play-off. Please support.
THANKS to everyone who worked around the clubhouse and grounds on Saturday, and also to everyone who dropped in food and treats for the workers. It was a great community effort. The club is running a Poker Classic in Ringcommons Sports Club on the 20th of November. Tickets are €25. Our annual Halloween Juvenile Disco takes place on Thursday 30th, 7-9pm, in Ringcommons Sport Centre. Ages up to U13s. Admission €5.
CONGRATS to our Senior 6 Camogie team on Sunday's Shield Final win over Setanta. Hard luck to our Minor B footballers, who drew in Championship against Thomas Ashe in Garristown, but needed a win to progress. Well done to our Minor Cs, who had a good away win against St Sylvester's. Congrats to our U15 ladies footballers on Division 4 Shield Final win against Craobh Chiaráin. Well done to all involved in Bank Holiday Monday's Annual Dermot McNulty Memorial Hurling Tournament. It was a great spectacle involving 210 hurlers, 14 teams form 9 clubs. U21 Hurling Championship starts this Saturday in Mobhi Road against Kilmacud Crokes at 2.30pm. Big fixture on Sunday with our Senior Ladies in Leinster Final against Sarsfields from Laois, throw-in at Clane 2pm. Earlier at 11am, our senior footballers play Plunkett's in Martin Savage Park in league and both minor hurling teams play Kilmacud Crokes in Championship with As in Final in O'Toole Park and Bs in Silverpark. Inter footballers play in top-4 semis in Mobhi Road at 10.30am, opposition tbc. Best of luck to all teams, all support welcome. Any outstanding sponsorship money from recent Charity Football Match, contact Paul Smith. Na Fianna's Christmas Panto Jack and the Beanstalk running Thursday 11th-Saturday 13th December (inclusive) at 8pm and a Matinee performance on Saturday 13th at 2pm. Tickets now available. Na Fianna's Christmas market also returns and runs from Friday 12th-Sunday 14th December, watch out around the club for more details. Final call for Clothes Recycling Campaign. Bags to Dressing Room 4, no duvets please. Halloween Nursery next Saturday, everybody encouraged to dress up. Halloween age appropriate film for 2007-2010 groups this Tuesday in club 5.30pm-7.30pm. Cost to include treat and drink, only €5. Members' subscriptions now due. See website.
A big thank you to all who helped out in the organising of the Gala Dinner, which was a huge success. Special thanks to Cathy, Eithne, Antionette, Freda, Gwen and Cathy. A group of 31 children from the U10s travelled to Madrid to play in the Madrid Harps Pan-European Tournament. They won the A and C competitions against teams from Madrid, Valencia, Brussels, Kilmacud Crokes and Ballyna in Kildare. Great performances from all. The U12 camogie team had their final blitz in Pairc Barróg against very strong teams from Na Fianna and Castleknock. The club are having a Car Boot Sale on Sunday November 2nd. The U8s, 9s, 10s, 11s and 12s are running a Race Night on Friday the 7th of November. All the money is going to the teams. Support the teams by buying a horse or jockey. €20 for a horse. €10 for a jockey. Best of luck to the U14 camogie team in their Shield Final on Saturday. No mentors meeting this week. There is a foundation level coaching course this Thursday in the club. Well done to the minor footballer, who had a good win over St Brigid's. Final score 2-12 to 0-6. Goals from Donnacha Butler and Seadhna Ryan. Good luck to the U21 hurlers in their Championship match this Saturday at 2:30pm against Cuala. As part of Naomh Barrog's 40th Anniversary celebrations, everyone is welcome to a kids' music session in the clubhouse on Thursday 30th October 2014 @ 7pm-9pm. We will have a number of adult musicians there to lead the session. The tickets for the Strictly Barróg night are now on sale and are available from all the dancers and the members of the committee. The club offer their condolences to the family of Teresa Leahy who passed away last week.
BALLOON Race result. The winner of the Balloon Race and the €300 is "Oisin Murphy" from our Academy. The balloon was recovered on a farm in Scarisbrick, Lancashire on 21 September, just 2 days after release. See map on Facebook page. 15 balloon tags were returned in all mostly from south Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare areas, but only 1 made it across the Irish Sea. Thanks once gain for all the support for this juvenile fundraiser. AHL5: St Maur's 3-11, Good Counsel 1-10. Hard luck to our minor footballers as they were beaten by Cuala in the MFC "A". Still all to play for with the last group game at home to Na Fianna. Good luck to our minor hurlers in the semi-final of the "B" Championship against Thomas Davis next Sunday at home. Well done to our U12 camogie team, who put in 2 great performances in a Blitz in Raheny today. St Maur's were up against 2 strong teams in Na Fianna and Beann Eadair and recorded 2 great wins. Numbers drawn: 2-12-14-26. Jackpot €6,250 - no winner. Lucky Dip winners: Paul and Caroline, Stephen Cashell, Yvonne Balfe, Kate McLoone & Joe Clare. Next week's Jackpot - €6,500.
WELL done to our U17 ladies football team, who won their Shield Final after a mighty battle with frequent opponents St Monica's. This very young team is managed by Mick and Kathleen Colreavy and all concerned have put in a lot of hard work throughout the year. Well done also to our senior camogie girls, who had a 3 point win over Raheny in a vital Championship game. This was their last game of the season and Tom, Padraic and the entire squad can be very happy with their achievements. Our minor footballers travelled to Whitehall and came away with an impressive win to make it 3 wins on the trot in the Championship. This team is ably-led by Adrian Kavanagh, Mick Hoban and Ray O'Sullivan. The U21 Football Championship commences shortly with our lads having an away fixture against Ballyboughal. A draft of the All-Weather schedule will be available for inspection on the notice board later this week. Congratulations to our former senior hurling manager David Kennedy and camogie and ladies football star who got married last week. We wish them a long and happy life together. We also send our best wishes to Niamh Cahill and Mick Hayden who got engaged recently. The club is now offering a hurley repair service. All you have to do is leave your hurley in the bin provided outside the club shop. Put your mobile number on it (in the case of juveniles, this must be the number of a parent or guardian) and you will get a text when it is ready. The cost is €5. Great value. Our Chairman's Dinner takes place on the 22nd November and tickets are available at the bar.
THERE are a number of management positions vacant for our adult and minor teams for the coming year. Application details can be found on our website www.odwyersgaa.com. Our U16 boys play Kilmacud Crokes at home in the Division 6 semi-final on 1st November at 2.30pm. All are welcome to come out and support the lads. All fixtures for the coming weekend can be found at http://www.dublingaa.ie/fixtures. The Skills Camp continues indoors in Flemington Community Centre this Saturday morning from 11am-12.30pm. Children aged between 4 and 7 years and in primary school only are welcome. The cost is €3 per week. We are always looking for coaches/parents to help out. Pool continues in the clubhouse every Friday evening at 8.30pm. All welcome. Cards in the clubhouse Wednesday evenings at 8.45pm. All welcome. Our Club Lotto is available to play online www.odwyersgaa.com. Jackpot was won. Numbers drawn were 14-20-23. Congratulations to Louise Kerrigan. This week's Jackpot will be €600.
WELL done our super girls' minor team that had a great win in the Championship Final beating St Sylvester's by 4-12 to 3-5. It was a superb reward for the tremendous effort and hard work put in by the girls, with 11 of the starting team also on the U16 winning team last week. It was also good to see Kate Fitzgibbon and Aisling Kane having success on their last year as minors. The girls are a credit to themselves, their families and their team mentors. The club would like to wish Mary Maher a speedy recovery following recent surgery. Our Halloween 'Monster's Ball' was a huge success on Sunday due to the terrific time and effort that was put in by Angela and her wonderful squad of helpers, including several of the girls' winning minor team. There was fun, games and lots of prizes to be had in our spookily decorated lounge. There was no winner of our weekly live Thursday night Lotto draw. The numbers drawn were 4,-11-13-24. This week the Jackpot will be €4,400.
CONGRATS to our own Dave Feeney, appointed to referee the Senior Football Final between St Oliver Plunkett's and St Vincent's Monday. A great achievement for Dave and great pride for Parnell's. Our Halloween Camp for primary school students runs from Tuesday to Thursday in Chanel, priced at just €5. Hope to see you there. Parnell's senior hurlers lost their play-off semi-final game for Division 1. A great game which swung over and back, particularly at the end. Eamon Dillon had a great game for Naomh Fionnbarra. On our end, Keith "Gurty" Byrne got 2 goals and wing-forwards Leigh Fogarty and Aaron Hurley had powerful shifts. With Sean Stack having a good hour at centre-back. Best of luck to Barrs in the Final. On Sunday, Parnell's hosted an U13 girls' tournament. In a great day for all involved, Fingallians were victorious for the Kitty Brady Cup and Parnell's won the Claire Kelly Shield. Congrats to organisers, players and coaches. Deepest sympathies to the Milner family on the death of Tommy Senior. Tommy Junior tended the Parnell's goal for many years.
ROUND TOWER, LUSK
OUR Halloween Camp runs this Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, catering for our 4-10 year old boys & girls from 10am-12:30pm each day. Costing €25 per child, call James on 086-3465433 for further information. Our thanks go to all the coaches, players and parents who took part in the 5K Sponsored Walk on Saturday in aid of our Juvenile Section. Our All-Star awards weekend is almost upon us and nominations have now been received, with the lucky recipients being announced on the big night of Saturday 15th November. Our younger players will also get to partake in some awards the same weekend also, with an advanced skills assessment for our U10s & U11s on 14th November from 6:30pm-9pm with a fun-based skills assessment for the U7s-U9s being held on 15th November from 12pm-2pm. Round Towers Academy runs every Saturday morning from 10.45am-12pm, catering for boys and girls aged between 3-7 years in both Gaelic Football and Hurling/Camogie with a small cost of €2. For further details please contact GPO James Costello on 086-3465433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There was no winner of our Lotto Jackpot this week with numbers drawn 24-25-26-28. €50 went to J Fogarty, with €25 going to Rachel & Darragh and A Murphy. Next week's Jackpot will be €2,350. Bingo continues each Monday night at 8:30pm with a book costing €10. Our U11 girls were the only team out this weekend and played at home against Raheny. Towers struggled to keep up in the first-half, but with a much stronger show in the second they closed the deficit to a couple of points, but just not in time. Players of the match were Fiona Tolan and Ally Cunningham. Well done to Anne-Marie Codd, Edel Naughton, Wayne Browne and Jer Doran, who ran in the Dublin City Marathon on Monday.
SCOIL UÍ CHONAILL
WHILE there were no adult league fixtures at the weekend, both hurling and football panels are preparing for promotion play-off semi-finals. The football semi-final is on Sunday 2nd November, while the hurling semi is due to be played on 9th November. More details will be published as soon as they are available. Details of next weekend's games will be available on the club website -www.scoilgaa.com/news. The Club AGM is booked for Thursday 27th November at 8pm in the clubhouse - all adult club members (paid up) are invited to attend. The Halloween Camp is on this week from today (Tuesday 28th) until Thursday 30th October in the club grounds at 95 Clontarf Road. The first 4 week 'Give GAA a go' Nursery in O'Connell's School continues next Monday night on the Astro. Everyone is welcome to join the session, which runs from 6pm-7pm with Club GPO Joanne and her coaches. The club nursery/mini-games continue every Saturday at 10am and new members aged 4 years and over are always welcome to drop in and enjoy the experienced coaching and enclosed facilities. The clubhouse is open every Thursday evening with members and friends welcome to drop in and enjoy the facilities. We extend our sincere sympathies to the Levins and O'Connell families on their recent bereavements. Keep up with all club news on our website www.scoilgaa.com or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
COMHGHAIRDEAS leis na Sóisir tar éis an lámh in uachtar a fháil ar Na Tráchtálaí sa chluiche ceannais den Chraibh E ar an Satharn i bPáirc Uí Thuathail. Ní raibh sé éasca mar bhíomar ar chómh scór le trí nóiméad fágtha agus ghnóthaigh Colm cúpla chúilín chun an bua a fháil. Bhí an-chluiche ag Murph agus an-chluiche ag Glen freisin. Bhí droch lá ag na Sinsear ar an Domhnach in aghaidh Coill Dubh sa Chraobh Idirmheánach Laighin. Bhí daoine in easnamh againn ach fós ní cuimhin liom an fhoireann seo ag tabhairt taispeántais chomh dona seo riamh. Ní raibh an t-ádh ar na cailíní ar an Domhnach nuair a theip orthu le cúilín amháin in aghaidh Na Fianna sa chluiche ceannais den Sciath. Beidh na faoi 21 ag imirt in aghaidh Uí Thuathail ar an Satharn seo chugainn as baile. Níl aon scéal againn go fóill faoin cluiche deireanach san AHL2 in aghaidh Oileán na hÉireann.
THE Juvenile Academy is in action every Saturday morning at the new time of 10am in Shanganagh Castle. The Academy caters for children from 4-8 years old at only €2 per session, covering Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie. All equipment is supplied. New members are always welcome. Boys and the girls U11 years football teams train on Saturday mornings at 10am (when there is no match) and on Wednesday evenings at 7pm in our winter venue Scoil Mhuire. If your child is aged 8-11 years old (born 2003-2006) and interested in playing for either team, then contact us now. No experience necessary, just having fun with friends. We were very sad to say farewell to our young footballer Ryan Jenkins, who with his family is emigrating to Australia. We wish them Godspeed and every happiness in their new home. Sponsored Treadmill 12-hour Marathon in Brady's on November 20th for Shankill GAA, Scoil Mhuire, St Anne's and Gael Scoil Padraig. Book your half-hour slot now. Sponsorship cards are available from each school and our club. There was no winner of our Chase the Ace Sunday night draw in Brady's of Shankill. The Jackpot is now €1,150. Tony, Des, Barry & Martin won the €50 prize. Many thanks for all your support. Training for the adult football team is on Sunday evenings at a time tbc in Shanganagh Cliffs. If you would like to join the team, please contact any club member. Club contact: email@example.com or Like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter.
THE launch night of The Kube sponsored by Ollie's Place and McMeel's Pharmacy in Ollie's Place on Thursday night proved to be a fantastic success. Many thanks to Ollie Grimes for the use of his premises, to all the contestants for being there on the night, and to the huge crowd that attended. Please support the various contestants who are playing for charities, clubs and organisations. Details and the draw for the eight heats containing five persons can be seen on the brilliant videos on the club's Facebook page, Skerries Harps presents The Kube or on skerriesharps.ie. On the night, each contestant will enter The Kube on 2 occasions at minimum, with 2 contestants from each heat progressing to the final016, and so on until we reach the Final, where four contestants will have the opportunity to take on the Kube and win €3,000. The Kube will take place on Friday 14th November in The City North Hotel, Gormanston at 8pm sharp. Sponsors McMeel's Pharmacy will have a stand at the hotel on the night, where it will be possible to purchase their many quality items at a Special Offer price for one night only. Great chance to get some Christmas presents. More details later. Tickets for the event are now on sale at €20 from Joanne 086-4058523 and Ger Dillon at 086-6032017 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please book your tickets asap. Return bus tickets available at €10 available from Paul 085-1740474. Hard luck to the Minor Ladies footballers, sponsored by Domino's Pizza, who lost out narrowly in their Shield Final by 5-5 to 6-6. Fixture: Sunday 2nd November: Senior Football League V RT Clondalkin at 2pm, last league game of the season. Note change of throw-In time. For all other results and fixtures and updated news, see www.skerriesharps.ie.
CASH prize Bingo Tuesday @ 8pm. All welcome. Annez Fancy Dress Disco. This Thursday 30th October, 8pm-10pm, age 10-12 years. €5 entry on the door. Fully supervised Disco. Best of luck to the U15 camogie team and management in their Final at the weekend. Venue tbc. Well done to all that took part in the Marathon on Monday. The Macra for boys & girls aged 4-6 years, Saturday mornings 10.30am and Hurling Macra Tuesdays @ 6pm. All new children welcome. Blue & White DVD night is November 15th. Come along & watch the fights on the big screen. New Boxing Classes 8pm, Tuesday. €30 for 4 weeks or €10 drop-in. Dates for your diary: Santa/Xmas party 7th December; Juvenile Presentation 8th December; Adult Presentation Saturday 13th December. To book our new-look function room for parties, prices are from free to DJ & food packages. A lot of dates already gone for 2015. Contact Leo @ 086-2650419 to book your date. Pitch signs are available to advertise your business. At a cost of €300, you get a pitch sign 10 foot X 2 foot in Aluminium Bond. For info contact George @086-2641667. Contact Club PRO Linda @087-6124504 or email@example.com. For more details on any of the above or for information & updates on club activities, visit our website www.stannesgaa.com or our Facebook page. Follow us on Twitter @STANNESGAA for constant updates.
STARS OF ERIN
MEN'S adult team requires new players. Contact Paudge at 086-3092327. U10 girls played a great game against St Jude's. Our ladies team are playing in the Cup Final on Sunday the 2nd of November. The game is in Glencullen at 2pm. Please come and support our ladies team. No winner of Lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn 3-14-25. €20 winners: Donal Murray, Colette Doyle & Fintan Lambert. Next week's Lotto is €4,900. Tickets can be bought in Centra Stepaside. Thank you for all your support.
CONGRATULATIONS to everyone who took part in the first-ever St Brendan's Saturday Kidz Club and making it a huge success. Saturday Kidz Club continues next Saturday at 10am in Longmeadows. Please ring Malachi Doyle 086-3322076 for more details. Football 1st team play Bank Of Ireland GAA in the semi-final of the AFL7 promotion play-off this Sunday at 11am at Ringsend Park. Training continues for the football team this Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm at Longmeadows.
GREAT wins this week for our Minor A footballers in Championship and our Inter Hurlers in AHL4. Both now progress to the league/Championship semi-finals. Our Club Nursery continues this Saturday morning from 9.30am-11am. We welcome all 4-7 year olds in the Castleknock and Blanchardstown area and new members are especially welcome. Contact Paul on 087-9154748 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. The Club Lotto Jackpot remains a huge €15,000. Our next draw will take place on Thursday, October 30th in the Vineyard. Make sure you have your tickets. Plenty of fixtures again this week with our juvenile Camogie teams taking centre stage, with 3 of them in Championship Final action. Our U21 hurlers also face St Jude's in the A Championship Round One on Saturday at 2.30pm in Tymon Park, while our Minor A hurlers are in Championship semi-final action V Ballinteer on Sunday morning at 11am in Marley Park. Check website for details and please support our teams. Re-issuing of important notice regarding vehicle safety in Russell Park now online. All members are asked to be extra vigilant. Additional preparatory work has commenced on the new grass pitch, so it is completely out of bounds until further notice. HPC is closed on Monday evenings from 5pm-7pm until January. Members are asked to use gym outside this 2 hour period. Finally, well done to Alan Nolan on being announced as Friends of Dublin Hurling Senior Player of the Year.
THE GAA National Draw is back again, some great prizes on offer. Tickets are €10 each and are now available in the clubhouse. All proceeds from sale of tickets is retained by the club, please show your support and purchase a ticket. The winning number in the Bonus Ball draw was 43 - a nice €60 for one lucky person. Lotto: Last week's Lotto numbers were Draw 1 - numbers drawn: 6-8-24-29. No winners. Draw 2 - numbers drawn: 3-7-15-25. No winners. There were 2 winners of €100 in each draw; this will remain the case until one of the Jackpots is won. Jackpots this week are €10,000. Envelopes are available in the Clubhouse, the Estuary Pub, the Harp Bar and the Pound Pub. You can now play Lotto on our Club App. Just text Cilles to 087-1962013. Thanks for your continued support. If anyone wishes to have anything added to the club notes you can contact Lorraine at Secretary.email@example.com or alternatively leave a message on our Facebook page. Colmcilles Gaa Club.
ST FINIAN'S, SWORDS
OUR junior footballers face a relegation play-off versus Naomh Olaf next Sunday (November 2) at home in Ridgewood at 11am. Let's see a huge turnout of support for the lads. The minor footballers had a huge Championship win on Sunday versus Raheny and now face a big match versus St Peregrine's in their last group game. The winner progresses to the semi-final. The U12 camogie girls played a Blitz on Saturday between St Brigid's and Skerries Harps. The girls won three of their four games. St Finian's U7s hosted Sylvester's from Malahide on Saturday morning in River Valley for six hurling matches in great conditions. The boys really showcased the skills they have been working on over the past couple of months, winning a number of the matches. They have played matches against Sylvester's, Beann Eadair, Trinity Gaels and O'Dwyers over the past few weeks in both football and hurling. Training in the Hall, Thursdays at 6pm. All boys born in 2007 welcome. The Annual General Meeting is being held on next Thursday (October 30) at 9pm in the Clubhouse. The Lotto Jackpot was €8,100 and the numbers drawn were 1-3-8015. There was no winner. The €50 winners were Eimear Wright and Jennifer & Niall Bone. Next week's Jackpot will be €8,200.
ALL at the club would like to congratulate the senior hurlers on a magnificent performance on Friday night. They showed a work rate that was second to none. Everybody associated with Jude's should be very proud of the group of players and what they have achieved this year. This is not the end but the beginning. The players and management would like to thank all those who supported them throughout the season, and their sponsors The Mangan Group for their support and hospitality. Lotto numbers drawn: 14, 21, 28 and 29. Nobody matched three or four numbers and the Jackpot next week is €11,700.
THE U12s are training in Kingswood Community Centre this Wednesday from 7pm-8pm. Training for the Academy, U9s and U12s next Saturday. The junior men's team are playing in the promotion play-offs on Sunday 2nd November in Kingswood. Throw-in is at 2.30pm, all support very much appreciated. Membership fees for 2015 will be released soon and we are providing multiple payment options this year. The Club Lotto results for Sunday 26th October, see news section of club website for results. For anyone who has a sponsorship card and sponsorship money from the Cycle Rally, we'd be very grateful if you could please return them to the club as soon as you can. Thank you. Plans are already ongoing for the Cycle Rally 2015, anyone from the community interested in coming on board to help organise it are more than welcome. Just contact one of the committee members (contact details on the club website). We are still looking for anyone interested in helping out with all aspects of the club such as fundraising committee, coaching assistants etc. If this is something you or someone you know would be interested in, please contact any club committee member via the website www.stkevinskilliansgaa.ie.
THE club hosted our very first Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday night, in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Santry. It was a magnificent night, with well over 800 people in attendance. We would like to thank all of our sponsors and organisers, all of whom made the night possible, and were paramount to its success. Last but certainly not least, we would like to thank all 16 couples who took part. All of whom put in a tremendous effort these past few months, and danced with great flair. Lastly, we'd like to congratulate our winning couple Colm Barry & Sandra Sutton. They danced the jive, and did it with invigoration. Well done on being the club's 2014 Strictly Come Dance winners. The minor Thomas Ashe footballers qualified for the semi-finals of the Championship on Sunday morning, with a draw against Na Fianna. The lads were 8 points down at one stage, and fought back with great heart to get the point they needed and qualify for the semis. Conor Hickey equalised with a free in the last minute. Well done lads. The intermediate footballers have a huge match this Sunday morning. They play the league play-off semi-final away to Good Counsel in Galtymore Road, Drimnagh at 11am. All support welcome.
ST MARY'S SAGGART
A reminder to all members and friends that Saturday night sees the launch of our club's history "100 years or so" in the club rooms. The book will be launched by Micheal O'Muircheartaigh at 8.45pm sharp, and it promises to be a great occasion. Refreshments will be provided and we have live music in our downstairs lounge from East Coast, while in the upstairs lounge, the music is provided by Jay Hickey. Entertainment begins at 10.30pm. Books will be on sale on the night price €20. Very best of luck to both our senior and minor footballers, who have important matches this Sunday. Please check fixture list for throw-in times. A very well-supported juvenile meeting took place last week at which the following were appointed. Chairman: Paul Ballesty. Vice Chairman: Kevin O'Byrne. Secretary: John Perry. Registrar: Bernie Howard. CCC1 Rep: Jim Marshall. CCC2 Rep: Alan Linnane. The executive wish all members of our juvenile committee the very best over the next 12 months. AGM takes place on Thursday November 20th. Lotto numbers drawn last Thursday were 4-12-13-28. There was no winner, so this week's Jackpot will be €3,100. There was one Match 3 winner, Ciaran Conlon c/o Andy Kelly. This week's Match 3 will be worth €100 win/share. The Monthly Whist returns this Thursday night, games start at 8.30pm. All are welcome to come and play and maybe win a half dozen eggs.
COMMISERATIONS to our U17 girls team, who despite a terrific performance lost out to Naomh Mearnog in the Final of the U17 Shield. Both teams played their part in a superb game of Championship style football. Congratulations to Naomh Mearnog on their win. Thanks to all our club members who made the trip out to Portmarnock to support the girls. The players and management team really appreciated your support. It's not often that the away fans out-number the home side. Our Club Lotto Jackpot continues to rollover. This Thursday's Jackpot will be in excess of €95. Numbers drawn out last week were 8-15-18. Tickets cost €2 each or 3 for €5 and can be purchased from bar staff any evening from 5pm. Tickets for the Mons Fight Night are now on sale and are available to purchase from Anto Kelly. Tickets €15. As numbers are limited we would advise members to purchase their tickets asap. The fight card and full list of bouts can be viewed on our club website www.stmonicasgaa.com.
ST OLIVER PLUNKETT'S/EOGHAN RUADH
CONGRATULATIONS to senior hurling team on important win over Ballyboden St Enda's in league on Saturday at Martin Savage Park. Best wishes to team in upcoming match v Na Fianna in Championship. Congrats also to minor football team on victory over St Anne's in Championship. Best wishes to U21 teams in Championships. Club Marathon Cooldown 8 Mile and 5km Runs in Phoenix Park @10am on Saturday 8th November. See registration details on www.marathoncooldown.com. Club Nursery on Saturdays at 9am for boys and 11.45am for girls. Gaelic for Mothers on Thursdays @ 6.30pm. Club AGM at 8.30pm on Thursday 4th December. Ladies section AGM on Wednesday 19th November at 7.30pm. Fixtures: Saturday 1st November - U21 Hurling Championship v Naomh Fionnbarra, John Paul Park @ 2.30pm. Sunday 2nd - Senior Football v Na Fianna, MSP @ 11am; Inter Football v Round Towers, MSP @ 11am. Lotto numbers for 26th October were: 4-9-11-26. No winner of Jackpot. Match 3 winners: Denise Conefrey, Mary Biddlecombe, Tom Maher and Roger Franzoni. Jackpot now €4,650.
ST PATRICK'S, DONABATE
OUR Lotto Jackpot continues to rollover. It's reached €7,500 now. The numbers drawn were 9, 25, 27 and 29. The five €20 winners were Vera Kennedy, Anthony Stafford, Maura Porter, Clare McElhinney and Grace McMahon. Although a slow week games-wise, we had some super wins for the club. Our hurlers beat Castleknock 3-11 to 2-11 to reach the Promotion Play-Off Final. Our U13 boys beat Kilmacud Crokes to go top of their league. Our ladies team were unfortunately beaten in their semi-final against Parnell's, but our minor ladies are looking forward to their Final on November 9th. Best of luck to our U14 boys, who play their league semi-final on Saturday at home at 3pm. Well done to DCC's U16 girls' squad, who have progressed to the semi-finals unbeaten. The U18 girls' squad begin their campaign after the mid-term and we wish them the best of luck. The U14 girls' games will start after Christmas. Finally, we've had some super news from the GAA GPA All-Stars camp. Our own Bryan Kelly is one of 3 Fingal Hurlers named on the Nicky Rackard Team. Congrats Bryan - we're delighted for you. We still have two "Save-The-Dates". Our AGM is on 1 December in Donabate Golf Club at 8pm, while the Christmas Social is on 6 December at 8pm in Beaverstown Golf Club. Tickets for the Christmas Social will be available from the office shortly.
ST PATRICK'S, PALMERSTOWN
LOTTO: Numbers drawn - 7-16-19-21. Jackpot €9,200. No winners. News: We have approximately 12 days left to the club's big Strictly Event in Croke Park. There are a limited number of tickets available. Please contact Pauline on 087-9643292.
THIS week's Lotto was not won. The numbers drawn were 5, 10, 15 and 19. Next week's Jackpot will be €6,400. After a quiet weekend on the pitch, this weekend jumps into life with the club contesting 3 semi-finals and 4 Finals between Saturday and Sunday. Please get behind the lads and ladies as much as possible. U13 footballers play Parnell's away on Saturday in the league semi-final. U14 footballers take on Crumlin at home on Saturday at 2.30pm in the league semi-final. U15 footballers play in the Championship Final on Sunday at 1pm at home. U13, U15 and Senior Camogie all play Championship Finals on Sunday, times and venues to be confirmed. Keep an eye on Facebook and Twitter for details. Minor hurlers play against Erin's Isle away on Sunday morning at 11am. AFL9 play play-off semi-final away at Parnell's on Sunday at 2.30pm. The club host 4 U15 Finals on Sunday and volunteers are required. Please contact Dermot if available. Well done to Janice and the organisers of the Kid's Disco, which as always was a great success. Work will start shortly on the extension to the gym and is continuing on the renovations to the bar and lounge. Please be patient and we apologise for any inconvenience caused during these works. Can any mentor not using their allocated hall or astro spot please contact Dermot or Robert asap as they are currently putting next year's training schedule together. The club's AGM is on the 24th November and notifications have gone out to all paid-up full members. If you haven't received one, contact Frank Henry in the office.
INTER hurlers beat Peregrine's and Castleknock in league. Best wishes to U21 hurlers, who take on Peregrines in Championship away on Saturday and minor hurlers who face St Maur's away in semi-final on Sunday. Minor footballers lost out to Ballymun in Championship. Best wishes to U16 footballers, who take on Ballyboden in Division 1 league semi-final in Ballycullen on Saturday. Senior camogie lost out to Camross in Leinster Championship. U11 girls beat St Brigid's. There will be a Halloween Party for children on Thursday October 30 at 7pm. Admission is €5 and there will be a prizes for best dressed. The club is collecting old mobile phones to earn a defibrillator. We are about 50 phones short of the target and are appealing to all members to get us over the line. The Hustlers will play the club next Saturday night. Carvery available every Sunday. The Healthy Club will host a Wellness workshop in partnership with Suicide or Survive in the club on Monday 24 November from 9.30am-5pm. To book a place call 1890577577.
WHAT an amazing night was had by all who attended Strictly Comes To Whitehall last Saturday. Another one that will be talked about for many years to come. To the organisers, helpers but most especially the dancers, well done & thank you for all the hard work you put in over the last few weeks. The hall was transformed in a Halloween wonderland. Our next big event will be the celebration of 60 amazing years of Whitehall Colmcille. The Dinner Dance takes place on 15th November at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport. Tickets are €50 each & are available from Noeleen Rooney & Dympna Cullen. Promises to be a great night with special guest speaker, band & disco till late. In other club news, well done to Cormac Murray, Niall Hoban & Junior A hurlers on their great win in league play-off semi-final v Sylvester's. In camogie news, well done to U12s who won both games in the final Blitz of the year last Saturday in St Anne's. Best of luck to U14s, who are playing in Shield Final next Saturday at 12pm in St Brigid's & to U13s who are playing Championship Final on Sunday in the Phoenix Park also at 12pm. Last few sponsorship cards are still outstanding from club cycle. Dave & Beano will be in club bar again this Thursday from 9.30pm-10.30pm to receive. Still no winner of Lotto Jackpot of €11,000. Log on now to the club website & get your ticket in the draw, or buy a couple of tickets in club bar on Collins Avenue. Volunteers still needed to join Lotto sales team, contact Aoibheann Dunne with your name. Come down & play Bingo every Wednesday evening from 8.30pm in club hall.
U12 hurlers play Whitehall Colmcille away in Ellenfield November 2nd at 12.45pm. Minor hurlers play Crumlin in Oldtown November 2nd at 11am in MHC 'D'. Junior footballers play top-four league semi-final v Na Gaeil Oga November 2nd in Oldtown at 2.45pm. Golden Goose Lotto: 07-32-38-40. No Winner. €20 to Leo Halpin, T Newman & C Carroll. Next week's Jackpot is €1,400.