AFL2 Scoil 3-13 Round Towers (C) 3-09, Sat 9 July
AFL7 Scoil w/o Garda conceded, Sun 10 July
Ladies Football N. Mearnog 1-04 Scoil 5-13, Wed 13 July
Inter Hurling c'ship Commercials 2-12 Scoil 1-19, Wed 13 Jul
AHL3 Scoil v Kevins, Sat 16 July @ 6.30pm
AHL9 O'Dwyers v Scoil, Sun 17 July @ 11am
AFL2 Scoil v Kilmacud Crokes, Sat 23 July @ 6.30pm, Clontarf
AFL7 Scoil v St Annes, Sun 24 July @ 11am. Clontarf
Leinster Final Sun 17 July - Clubhouse open from 5.30pm
Strictly Scoil - the Replay, Sat 23 July @ 8pm, Clubhouse
Support Welcome for all games
Strictly Come Dancing!
Our Strictly Scoil - the Replay night is set for Saturday 23 July at 8pm in the Club. We will have the DVD of the event on show along with hundreds of photos. Everyone is welcome to drop in and relive the magic moments of the event.
Hard to believe it's been a month since the big event and we're now finalizing the figures. We are also issuing thank you letters to all the sponsors and supporters of Strictly as a sign of our appreciation.
We're delighted to publish a special 'Replay' edition of our Strictly Scoil blog - our creative writer has put the key strokes together on another great installment which you can read here. This one is titled 'Relax, Relish & Recount'
The adult footballers had another win in the Division 2 league on Saturday evening, this time against a very fast and physical Round Towers, Clondalkin. The action was 'end to end' with six goals and two converted penalties in the mix. This was a game where the team showed great maturity and composure particularly in the final quarter to close out the game. Another fantasic performance from Conor Coady at midfield supported by great kick outs from keeper Andy Bunyan and some well taken scores including goals from Neil O'Flynn, Tiarnán Crowe and the penalty from Conor Dixon ensured a winning performance. Next up is a home game v St Annes on 23 July at 6.30pm
The junior footballers had a walkover from Garda in their Division 7 game. The final round of league games before the (short) summer break take place on 23/24 July.
Good performances by the Minor Hurlers in the Division 2 league in the last week with a win on Wednesday v Naomh Fionnbarra and a loss by the narrowest margin in their game v St Sylvesters in Malahide on Sunday morning. The lads were back to the football league tonight and despite a make shift team they secured a one point won over Naomh Fionnbarra in the Bogies. Always a good result! Man of the match Robert Kennedy, was supported by Eoghan McKay at full back, Mark and Sam in the half back line and Monty at full forward. The final scoreline was 1-13 to 0-15. Well done lads!
The Ladies had another big win this evening in the final round of the championship competition. This was an excellent team performance in tricky conditions in Portmarnock. Special mention for Katie Doolin who had a great game, playing one half in goal, before heading off on her travels for a year - best of luck Katie!
Delighted to report that the hurlers had a very good win away to Commercials in the Intermediate Championship on Wednesday evening in Rathcoole. Playing against the wind in the first half we opened the game well with Barry Cushen converting a penalty. However Commercials converted their frees to keep the game close with Scoil two points ahead at half time. A strong second half performance saw some excellent defending from Adam Wilson, Eoin Kennedy and Sean McDonagh to keep the opposing forwards under huge pressure. Great scores were added by Barry along with Michael McCluskey, Alistair Cassidy, Joe Ryan and probably the highlight from Paraic Naughton from the sideline. A goal close to the final whistle saw the score line a bit closer than the game suggested.
There are hurling league games next weekend with the AHL3 game in the Club on Saturday at 6.30pm and the AHL9 game away on Sunday afternoon.
Support for all games is greatly appreciated by the players and management.
The Nursery and juvenile mentors are taking a well deserved break for the next few weeks. They would encourage all young players to take part in the Summer Camps taking place in late July and August and to keep practicing their skills every day!
The Under 10s are looking for an extra pair of hands to support the coaching team from mid August. This is a great bunch of enthusiastic players who need more coaching and development. Anyone interested contact Ronan Murphy at 087 9295105 you will get all the details.
Some important dates for your diary. The camps take place in the Club and you can check out / download the application form on the website here:
Cúl Camp 25th July - 29th July, 10am - 2:30pm
Nursery Camp 25 - 29 July 10am - 12.30pm
Hurling Camp 9th August - 12th August, 10am - 2pm
Gaelic Football Camp 16th August - 19th August, 10am - 2pm
To find out more details and to register for any Camp contact Joanne at: 087 9146748
Congratulations to Hannah Leahy and the Dublin Under 16s who beat Armagh in the All Ireland Semi Final last Saturday 9 July. Hannah scored a goal in the win. They now play in the All Ireland Final with details to be confirmed.
The Dublin Ladies won their Leinster football championship final v Westmeath last Sunday - hopefully a good omen for next Sunday!
Leinster Final, Dublin v Westmeath takes place on Sunday 17 July at 4pm in Croke Park. Tickets are available in Supervalu / Centra stores and at tickets.ie
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Intercultural Writing Competition
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