The Stag's Voice: March 28th, 2018


  • Chicago Launch
  • Let's Get Geared Up
  • Easter Camp
  • Meet the Members: Joey Ryan
  • Other News
  • Team News
  • Fixtures

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Exciting things are on the way to Scoil! We are getting ready for our next big fundraising venture and what better way to find out about this exciting project than to join us in the Stag Bar this Thursday 29th March at 8:30pm. 

We will be launching the 'Oneness Gala' - an event that is set to take place in Chicago this coming September. To promote this exciting event, a video that encompases all that is special in our club will be previewed on the night. 

Join us for a night of craic and ceol and find out more about this great event!

All Welcome!

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It's fair to say that members of Scoil have always been a step ahead of the game in the fashion stakes thanks to our striking colours and unique jerseys. Now it's time to take our Scoil style to a whole new level. 

We have a large range of new Adidas gear on the way that is sure to make a lasting impression. Whether you're a player or a supporter there are plenty of new items to tickle your fancy! There will be a 'pop up' shop in the clubhouse on two seperate days to give you a chance to see the gear and place an order.

April 6th: 7-9pm & April 7th 11am-1pm


Note: This is a once off opportunity to order your gear so act fast! Online ordering will also be available on these days. The full range of gear will also be available to view at the Chicago Launch on Thursday night in the clubhouse. 

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Our Advanced Easter Camps got off to a successful start yesterday morning with nearly 40 players in attendance. Our kids camps will take place next week from the 3rd - 6th April

Contact Thomas Gleeson (085) 113 7728 to book a spot


No man (or goal post) is safe when the chap steps on to the pitch, back with a bang, he's got high hopes for Scoil Hurling this season #TrustTheProcess

No man (or goal post) is safe when the chap steps on to the pitch, back with a bang, he's got high hopes for Scoil Hurling this season #TrustTheProcess


How long have you been involved in Scoil Uí Chonaill?
Just started my 19th year in the club.

Do you have any nicknames? How do you like to be addressed?
Joe or Joey usually.

Where do you hail from?
Grew up in Raheny, recently moved to Clontarf

Briefly describe your Scoil career as a player / mentor / contributor, if any.
Hurler and footballer. Recently broke my arm playing for the senior hurlers, making the comeback soon #TrustTheProcess

What was the funniest thing that has happened to you in Scoil?
Allegedly running into a goalpost, hence the broken arm. Allegedly.

What would you say you are most known for within Scoil? i.e. what do people associate you with?
It used to be ‘Mick Ryan’s little brother’, but I’d like to think I’ve outgrown that!

What has been your greatest Scoil moment / achievement?
Without doubt, being promoted to senior hurling for the first time in my lifetime last year. Hoping to replicate that this year and push for Division 1. Captaining the minor team in 2012 was also an enjoyable year!

What is your profession / field of study / passion?
Secondary school teacher.

What are your favourite hobbies outside of GAA?
Huge fan of all American sports.
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take” - Wayne Gretzky - Michael Scott

What is your favourite sporting moment / sportsperson?
John Terry’s slip in the penalty shootout against United in 2008

What is your favourite Scoil ‘quirk’?
Peter Morley surveying the lands before every match. Rain, hail, sleet or snow. What a man.

If you could make one addition to Scoil in any way, what would it be?
To extend the clubhouse out and have an indoor astro pitch.


As a Club, we really pride ourselves on the close-knit community that we have at Scoil Uí Chonaill - help us in our effort in getting to know all of our members by filling out the Meet the Member's Questionnaire


  • Scoil Walking Club will have their first walk on Easter Saturday meeting in the club at 12:30pm. Walk to Bull Wall and back, light refreshments will be served afterwards.
  • 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 mass, followed by an evening of music, food and good company.


  • Well done to the Under 13 boys who finished top of their grading league following two great wins at the weekend.
  • Another superb performance from the U11 girls continue their unbeaten record.
  • U15 girls lose out to Na Fianna despite strong performance
  • Nursery continue to train in Scoil every Saturday morning. All newcomers welcome as always! 
  • Girls from Mount Carmel and Larkin College pictured after taking part in a blitz in Scoil on Friday morning as part of the North Inner City Project.
  • Nursery Players of the Week pictured after training last Saturday morning.



v Na Fianna home 24/3/2018

Despite it being a such a high scoring game the girls came out the wrong end of this encounter. Na Fianna scored first and it was some time before we began to catch up on them. By half  time we had reduced the score  and were just a goal behind. As we usually play even better in the second half we were expecting the girls to go out all guns blazing but today it wasn’t to be as league winners Na Fianna added score after score and despite our best efforts we just couldn’t keep up. In any other game a score of 6 goals would have been a winning one but today it was not to be. Final score Na Fianna 8.5  Scoil 6.5. 

Our scorers were Isabelle, Siofra Holly Eve and Sadhbh P. Jody  and of course Lia made some wonderful saves. No games at the Easter break but we take on Round Towers on the 7th April in Clondalkin.


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