DUBLIN captain Bryan Cullen will launch 'The Journey to Skerries' in the Harps clubhouse Wednesday night (7.30pm).
The DVD captured the memorable homecoming event as Sam arrived to the seaside on the Monday night after the All-Ireland final.
"That's an occasion that will never be forgotten," says Harps PRO, Fergal Lynch.
"The DVD would make a lovely Christmas present for all Dublin GAA followers."
It costs a tenner. The first 200 copies will include a signed poster of Harps hero, Bryan, with Sam.
All are welcome to the launch.
The DVD will be available in the clubhouse until Christmas. Copies also available from Niall Murphy (086-3015688), Fergal Lynch (086-8984657), Pat Delaney (087-6181179) or any Skerries Harps committee member.
DAMIEN FOX is the new manager of the Lucan senior hurlers. He played for his native Tullamore for more than three decades.
He brings vast coaching and managerial experience to the role. He began his coaching career with the Longford minors in 1997.
He then led Laois to the Division 2 title in 2007, and he has also been involved with Clonaslee Gaels, Tinnahinch, Portlaoise, Castletown-Geoghegan and the Offaly minors.
"We wish Damien all the best in his new position and we'd also like to thank Sean McCaffrey and his management team for all their hard work over the last five years," stated Sarsfields PRO, Liam Mulhall.
Elsewhere, that famous old club of Dublin GAA, Foxrock Geraldines-Patrick Morans, celebrated their 125th anniversary this year.
Last Sunday they held their presentation at St Brigid's school.
"It brought down the curtain on a remarkable year for the club, both on and off the field," declared PRO, Shay Keane.
"We are delighted with our progress and we are growing all the while. The future looks very promising indeed."