Club Notes week commencing 20th April

A big win for our 2nd hurling team on Sunday afternoon in their league game. Many thanks to O'Dwyers for their very welcome hospitality enjoyed by the players, mentors and supporters after the game. The scheduled game for the 1st team was deferred due to the death of Dave Billings RIP.  We extend our sincere condolences to the Billings family, St Vincents and UCD GAA. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis.

There are lots of games this week, as midweek fixtures are scheduled. Among the fixtures, the Under 16s play Lucan Sarsfields in the Division 1 hurling league on Tuesday and the Ladies host Skerries Harps in the Cup on Wednesday evening. Team of the week are the Under 9s who had a great team performance in their hurling game on Saturday morning.  Great wins  also for Under 8s and 10s in their games. The Under 11s hosted a Football Blitz on Saturday morning and everyone was delighted to receive a Dublin medal. 

Next weekend is Girls Football Feile and we wish all involved the best, especially our Under 14s who head to Monastery Road for this unique event.  Adult hurling championship starts next weekend with a home game v Trinity Gaels at 6pm on Saturday in Clontarf Rd. Earlier, the Under 16s play their A football Quarter final v Whitehall Colmcille. Support is very welcome for all games.

Fantastic feedback on the 'Coaching the Coaches' hurling course held in the Club on Friday evening with Paudie Butler. Paudie is a great ambassador the for GAA and hurling in particular - the Coaches received lots of great ideas and insights for their training sessions.

On Saturday morning, there was great support from Members and visitors for both the Temple St Great Irish Bake Sale in the Clubhouse and the Under 14 Girls Feile team Sausage Sizzle on the BBQ. Best wishes to all Members and families who celebrate First Communion next weekend. You can keep up with all club news on our website  www.scoilgaa.com or find us on Facebook and Twitter.