MFC Isle of the Sea 0-16 Thomas Ashe 1-14, Sun 9 Oct
AHL9 Scoil w/o O'Tooles conceded Sun 9 Oct
Sat 15 Oct
Under 12 Boys Promotion Playoff St Vincents B v Scoil at 12.15pm PNU
Under 13 D4 Shield Final Scoil v Na Fianna at 2pm, Clontarf
Under 18 D3 Championship Final St Monicas v Scoil, Sat 15 Oct at 2pm, Edenmore
Sun 16 Oct
MHC Semi Final - Isles of the Sea v Na Fianna, Clontarf at 11am
AHL9 Scoil v Fingallians at 2.30pm (H)
Sun 23 Oct
Under 16 Girls D2 Championship Final Scoil v TBC
Inter Football B C'ship S/F Round Towers (L) v Scoil, at 3pm in Lusk
Halloween Disco (4-7 year olds) Sat 22 Oct
Dublin Senior Football Championship - Anniversary Reunion & Get together for All, 19 Nov in the Clubhouse - All Welcome!
A very busy morning in Clontarf last Saturday in lovely weather too!
There was no Junior Hurling game last Sunday as O'Tooles conceded but there is another game set for next Sunday 16th at 2.30pm in Clontarf.
The minor boys had a very close football championship game last Sunday morning losing out by a single point following a last gasp goal from the opposition. It was a good, competitive game with plenty of scoring from the teams in the final fixture of the round robin series. David Kennedy, Sam Callan and Eoghan McKay were among the best performers on the day. Next up is a minor hurling championship final on Sunday with support very welcome.
The draw for the semi final of the Intermediate Football B championship has taken place and we now have an away game v Round Towers, Lusk on Sunday 23 October at 3pm.
Support for all games is greatly appreciated by the players and management.
The Nursery team are busy on the pitch every Saturday morning between 10am and 11.30am. New coaches are always welcome and should contact John, Aidan or Cormac in the Club.
Off the field activities are also planned, starting with a special Halloween Disco on Saturday 22nd October between 4 and 5.30pm. The entry is €2 for members and €3 for non members, capped at €5 for families. There will be Spooky Games and Scary Dancing! Parents / guardians (free entry) are welcome to dress up too and there will be prizes for the best dressed family. All Welcome!
Under 8 Girls
The U8 girls put on a great display at home against Vincents on Sunday morning finishing with 2 wins, a draw and a very narrow loss. Particularly to the fore were two new players Taiya and Abbie. The girls are very excited about the upcoming blitz against Raheny and Lucan on Sunday morning the 23rd of October in the club where we hope to field 3 U8 teams for the first time.
SCOIL U9 hurlers were at home on Saturday v O'Dwyers (x 2 Wins for SUC).
Team Jp: Have to say it was the best performance from Team Jp this season with everyone playing their part. From front to back, they were excellent and defended like lions! Delighted to see there was no whinging when substitutes were selected with kids ready when called upon. Big thanks to Addi, Calvin & Jack who agreed to play for O'Dwyers as they were short players. The latter two played against Team Jp & really put the "Hurley" in to us!!
Delighted for all the girls who played for me given most played F/B game on Friday night (Eabha, Ella, Caoimhe, Sadhbh Sophie, Caterina & Aoileann) - Their attitude & work rate were suberb. They scored goals, defended well, passed ball & genuinely are all so brave!!. Charlie, Finn, Liam, Ronan & Alex Culligan all played their part with Ronan in particular clearing some vital balls! MAITH SIBH PÁISTÍ
Team Liam Ryan : Great team performance this morning. Everyone contributed from 1 to 9. Diarmuid and Tadgh very solid at the back. Great interlink play between Adam and Alan to set up a great point in the first half. Great to see Nathan & Luke back on the scoresheet again. Liam very happy with the progress that some players are making but they must continue to practice between training sessions!! (JP)
U12 Boys Football League Play Off
The Under 12 footballers take on St. Vincents next Saturday 15th October at 12.15pm in St. Vincents GAA, Malahide Road in the start of the league play-off phase. All support welcome and appreciated as the lads aim for promotion after an excellent league campaign.
Under 13 Girls
It was all Scoil this week as the under 13's took on the under 15's. We had a nine a side game which was fascinating as our girls took on their older counterparts. The game was non stop action all the way as the U15s supplemented by a few of ours tried to contain the younger team. It was excellent preparation for the forthcoming shield final and it seemed we will be spoiled for choice for Goalies as first Jody then Eimear and finally Meibhin took their turn between the posts
Ella arrived late but took on the opposition with gusto and Reailtin was always in action harrying her opponents. Holly showed her usual cool competence while Caoimhe and Siofra attacked strongly. Siobhan certainly didn't look as though she had been ill all week. As usual Sadhbh showed anticipation a trait that is particularly her own. Eve took a knock but bounced back seconds later to give a super kickout. Meadhbh and Aine ran their legs off. It was a pity that some of our girls missed this opportunity to play in this exciting contest. Get well wishes to Caoimhe Mulligan and huge thanks to Tony's girls for giving us this practise run. It was well worthwhile and very entertaining to watch. NC
Under 18 Girls
The Under 18 play their Division 3 championship final next Saturday at 2pm v St Monicas in Edenmore - support is very welcome!
Gaelic for Mothers and others
Fun,Fitness & Craic down at the Club began this Wed 12th between 7pm-8pm.
Scoil Uí Chonaill Mothers & Others group held their first fun/ fitness session, and more ladies are very welcome to join up.
There are no competitive games,no direct contact and definitely NO previous experience of any kind needed!! In fact if you're too good we may ask you to leave.....
Get back into that Dress for Christmas and give yourself this one hour a week to have a laugh - Coz you're worth it!!
All information from Mairead - 086 2675392
Visit of Sam Maguire
We're hosting a visiting of the Sam Maguire All Ireland Football trophy on Saturday 5 November between 10am and 1pm. Here's your change to get a photo with the trophy as a souvenir of the 2016 win. More details to follow!
Championship Anniversary Reunion and Club social night
A reunion of the 1986 Senior Football Championship winners is planned for 19th November at 9pm in the Clubhouse. The organisers are hoping thatit will be a celebration for the whole Club and the present senior team who are having a great football year will also be in attendance. Everyone is invited to drop in and meet up for some social fun in the Clubhouse.
New Contributors always WELCOME. Match reports / team news / player updates are always welcome - send them on anytime for inclusion in the Club news!
Hope you can make it to a game this weekend!