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Club News - 5th April 2011

posted Jul 2, 2011, 10:48 AM by Kevin Brassil
Our AGM was held on Monday March 28th and many thanks to all outgoing executive members.

President is renowned Cat Jim Hackett, Chairman-Paul Dempsey, Vice Chairman-Conor Lee, Secretary-Tony Lee, Assistant Sec.Greg Brough, Treasurer-Mick Martin, Registrar-Philip Maher, Oifigeach na Gaeilge-Kevin Welsh, P.R.O Alison Dempsey, Players Rep.Dave McGrath and committee members Kevin Broderick, Paul McLoughlin, Ronan Leech, Niall Dunne, Claire Fitzgerald, Brian Kavanagh and Anthony Kelly.

Click on the link for how Teams can be set up on club website, more to follow.

Anybody with overdue Membership Renewal fees, please lodge them into club asap

Pitches are recovering from the winter and some growth is pending, mentors are asked to keep repetitive fitness & skills drills OFF our pitches to allow them recover.

Mentors are also asked to arrange for dressing rooms to be swept out after usage.

HURLING progress continues as AHL2 and AHL6 had good wins v Erins Isle and Liffey Gaels. Special mention to Sean Dempsey for a super display

ADULT CUP FOOTBALL: AFL5 lost in Cup to Na Fianna, AFL9s won v St Sylvesters and AFL11s lost to Innisfails.

JUV FOOTBALL: U12 f/blrs won v St Judes. U13As lost to WhitehallU14 f/brls drew at home with Fingallians.

CAMOGIE: U8 Camogie had a great day in Faughs and well done to Faughs for a great blitz. U10s continue their progress and played very well in a blitz Sunday morning in St Vincents, with Erins Isle and Castleknock. U11s were out in force but lost narrowly to a strong St Vincents.

Good luck to Pat Hooper[Raheny Shamrocks] on his retirement from AXA Insurances.

A Race Night next Fri.9.00 in club, to support Lift Fund.

Closing date for Easter Camp applications is Fri.April 15th. Camp runs from Tues 26th to Fri.29th April9.00-1.30pm each day and caters for 4-12 years of age. Cost is €30 per child and details from PRO Niamh Duggan at 086-3001725.

Failte mor abhaile chuig Daithi agus Barbara.

Well done to Dublin Senior f/blrs and h/lrs last Sat in Croke Park

LADIES FOOTBALL: Our Senior Ladies f/blrs take on Cluain Tairbh tomorrow night on Pitch 10-18.45 and Ballinteer St Johns Fri.Pitch 9 18.00. Please support. Anybody interested in helping out with ladies football, please contact Claire Fitzgerald or Paul McLoughlin.

Outstanding performances from Sean O Rourke and Conor Fagan last week.

Mothers Day Brunch was a great success and all proceeds go to Temple St.Childrens Hospital and our Lift Fund. Thanks to all who organised same.

Torthai an Chrannchur 28-03-2011. Uimhreacha 13-16-23-20. Ni raibh aon buaiteoir.Pota Or 04-04-2011 €3,000. Go n-eiri an t-adh libh go leir agus ma ta Gaeilge agaibh-labhair i.Breis eolas air