- Scoil Heads Stateside
- Easter Camp Bookings
- Irish Officer Wanted
- Meet the Members: Daragh Levin
- Other News
- Team News
Scoil Heads Stateside
I'm sure you've heard the news of Scoil's latest venture that's set to take the club Stateside next September!
Join us in the Stag Bar on Thursday 29th March to launch our latest fundraising initiative. We will be previewing a promotional video that shows a snapshot of our special club. This video will be used to promote the event in Chicago over the coming months.
As a Club, we have a unique and special history which is more than just a collection of GAA teams. Our recent success on and off the field, including our Strictly Event, Dressing Room/Gym project and our league promotions, ensure that we thrive on punching above our weight. We also look to our wider community where we play a role in ensuring the inclusion of sport in the lives of young people. Our recent appointment to work with Dublin Ladies GAA in supporting the Dublin North East Inner City initiative is an example of our involvement. We want to secure the future for our Club and continue to support our wider community.
Drop in, have a pint and find out how you can get involved or support this exciting new adventure for Scoil!
Scoil Easter Camps
Time is running out but if you haven't booked a spot for your child at the Scoil Uí Chonaill Easter Camps, there are still a couple of places left to fill!
Junior Camp (4-12years)
4 days: 3-6th April
Cost: €40, 2nd child €30, 3rd child €25
Advanced Camp (U13-U16)
2 days: 27th & 28th March
To book please contact Thomas at (085) 113 7728
Irish Officer Wanted
We love all things Irish in Scoil and what better way to show our grá than using our cúpla focail around the club!
We're on the lookout for anyone with a love of Irish to take on the role of Irish Officer in the club. This role will involve helping to promote the use of Irish language and culture in the club.
Each Club is required in have an Irish language and Culture oﬃcer, in accordance with rule 7.2 of the Club constitution. The main role of the Irish Language and Culture Oﬃcer is to promote the use of the Irish language and to promote cultural activities such as Irish music and dancing in the Club. The Culture & Language Oﬃcer position should be ﬁlled by someone who has a good working knowledge of the Irish language.
The oﬃcer should provide a back-up service in the use of Gaeilge for all Oﬃcers and Members and encourage and promote the use of Irish phrases in the clubs business. Cultural activities should be organised through the very popular GAA Scór competition. This is also a great way of including more people in the Club. He/she should also liaise closely with the County Irish Oﬃcer and any relevant Committee and with other Irish/cultural organisations in the area.
For more information on this see the chapter on ‘Culture and Heritage in the GAA’.
The Irish Officer would be involved in organising events such as a ceilí night, tráth na gceist, Irish language night, Pop Up Gaeltacht and Scór. Plenty of support will be given from the club to anyone who wishes to take on this role. If you or anyone you know might be interested in this role, please send an email to email@example.com.
If you are a mentor or help out with teams in any capacity within the cub, you must be Garda Vetted through the club. Contact our Child Protection Officer, Aideen if you have any queries or need to complete the vetting process.
Aideen Lawlor (086) 312 2130
Meet Daragh Levin!
How long have you been involved in Scoil Uí Chonaill?
Do you have any nicknames? How do you like to be addressed?
How did you come to be involved in Scoil?
I was unwillingly dragged down to the blitz aged 4 crying my eyes out
Briefly describe your Scoil career as a player / mentor / contributor, if any.
Learning the trade
What was the funniest thing that has happened to you in Scoil?
Don't think im allowed talk about it here
What would you say you are most known for within Scoil? i.e. what do people associate you with?
Being a nice guy
What has been your greatest Scoil moment / achievement?
Witnessing Aaron Linnane cry after being hit by a 13 year old girl is hard to top
If Scoil was a country, what would it be?
USA, bunch of random people together led by great leaders
What is your profession / field of study / passion?
Business and Economics
What are your favourite hobbies outside of GAA?
What is your favourite sporting moment / sportsperson?
Steven Gerrard's do not let this slip speech
What is your favourite Scoil ‘quirk’?
Have to be our unique jerseys
If you could make one addition to Scoil in any way, what would it be?
- Double Bill: Tickets are now available for the Dublin Hurlers v Tipperary and Dublin Footballers v Monaghan on Sunday 25th March in Croke Park.
- Save the Date: The Christian Brothers are holding a gathering on 3rd May @ 7:30pm in the Edmund Rice House, North Richmond St. All are welcome for an evening of mass, music, food and good company.
- Under 14 hurlers brave the freezing temperatures on Saturday morning to take home a great win against O'Tooles.
- Mothers and Others are set to return training this Tuesday in Scoil from 7pm - 8pm. All newcomers welcome as always!
UNDER 14 HURLING
v O'Tooles 17/3/2018
Scoil 1:4 O’Tooles 0:3
Scoil had their first match of 2018 in Hurling last Saturday. It was a close match first half with only 2 scores in total however after half time Scoil came out fighting and dominated large portions of the second half aided by a strong wind. Some fine points from Jack and a goal from Thomas was enough to earn the win. Scoil remain unbeaten this year in football and hurling. Well done to all.