Monthly Archives: May 2015

Best of luck Emma!

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Wishing our very own Emma O’Malley the very best this weekend when she lines out for the Dublin Under 14 Footballers. The Dubs are playing Leinster Final and their opponents are Meath. The match is being played tomorrow, Saturday 30th May, at Clane GAA Club, with throw-in 3.15pm. Best of luck .....

Junior Hurlers overwhelm Civil Service

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Round Tower 7-15 v Civil Service 1-5; Thanks to John Quinlan for report. The junior hurlers enjoyed a comprehensive victory over Civil Service in the championship on Thursday evening in Islandbridge. Despite a few injuries and lads away we still had good numbers lining out and Wayne Brennan and Dani .....

Monastery Road clean-up – helpers wanted

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We’re looking for helpers to assist us in giving Monastery Road a clean-up this coming Tuesday, 26th May. It will take place at 7.15pm and we ask people to give a helping hand. The more who can assist, the quicker the task will take. If you can bring bags for rubbish or any other utensils... .....

Thank you Eoin Ryan

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Thursday, May 21st marked the end of an era as Eoin Ryan trained the adult camogie team for the last time. Eoin has been a central figure of the camogie section for many years and has played a major role in developing the camogie section into the success that it is today. Over the years, Eoin... < .....

Under 8 Boys

By | On category Match Reports
Our latest go-games brought us to Adamstown on Saturday to play Lucan Sarsfields. Playing on a grass pitch (which needed a lawnmower) the lads played really well. We fielded 4 teams and each team played 2 games against a strong Lucan outfit. The games were very competitive with both sides showing go .....

Under 8 Camogie Blitz

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The under 8 Camogie team were back in Monastery Road on Sunday morning to play a blitz against Faughs and St Kevin’s. With a number of players missing due to the Holy Communions and injuries (wishing  Caoimhe Rafferty a speedy recovery from a broken wrist-not caused from playing camogie!);  we t .....