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Club Notes 1st June 2015

posted Jun 2, 2015, 1:08 PM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Jun 2, 2015, 1:10 PM ]
Great result for the Brian Fenton and the Dublin Footballers yesterday, not a great game but a win is a win. Delighted to hear that Shane Stapleton is making a speedy recovery. A very exciting game with the Dublin Hurlers, we are looking forward to next saturday when the Dubs and the Tribesmen meet again.

Well done to our Senior Hurlers who defeated Fingallians 0-17 to 1-11.

Our Senior ladies footballers had a win over Tomas Davis 1-5 to 0-11, well done girls, this dedicated bunch are still seeking a manager.

Our Senior Footballers will be looking for the 16th man on Friday evening when they play Naomh Mearnog at 20.15.

Hard luck to our Senior 2 Camogie who were defeated on Tuesday last. Big thank you to 4 Star Pizza who sponsored their new jerseys.

Good luck to all our members who are sitting Junior and Leaving cert this week.

Hurling Ogra is back on Friday evening at 6 on pitch 12 and Ogra is on saturday morning at 10am.

U10 Camogie Team
Last Saturday the U10 Girls went to Abbeyleix (Co. Laois) to play a friendly Camogie match vs. St. Lazarians It was a fantastic day out for the girls, starting with a small detour to O'Moore's Park to watch a charity match with the Senior Camogie Laois panel playing against the 2015 regional finalists of the Rose of Tralee. Below a shot our girls with the players at the end:

On their match they girls fought bravely against an strong side with displays of brilliant skill on both sides. Mixed results in the end with two wins and two losses, all very competitive matches. Below another shot of the team after lunch at the Manor Hotel in Abbeyleix. We shall keep an eye on this great bunch of girls in the future.
They are already a great bunch of friends.

There is a talk in the club on Friday 12 June, An Autism & ADHD awareness evening from 8-10pm.  All are welcome to this talk.
Club shop is open on Thursday evenings from 8-9 and on Saturday mornings from 10-12.

Lotto still growing and getting closer to €7,000 who wont want to win this...

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