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29 July 2018
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Disappointment for our Senior Hurlers last weekend, losing to Faughs away, however they followed that up with hard fought draw vs St Vincents on Wednesday night which edges them away from the bottom of the league and might be crucial in the end. Jnr B and A hurlers had good wins on Monday and Tuesday night.

Senior Footballers look to get their push for a league semi-final spot back on track as they take on Thomas Davies at home this Saturday at 18:30. Inters are away to Balinteer on Sunday morning.

Jnr B Ladies Footballers continue their championship campaign on Wednesday night at home vs St Oliver Plunketts at 7:30. Support appreciated.

Lots of Lucan players on Dublin Camogie duty last week:
Seniors (Ali Twomey, Mairi Moynihan, Emma Flanagan and Orla Beagan) drew with Tipperary and have qualified for the Quarter Final where the play Galway down in Cork. Best of luck to them.

Premiers (Emma O’Flynn and Emer Keenan) beat Roscommon and made it two from two and qualified for the semi-final.

16A (Ellen Dunphy, Aoife Coffey, Ali Dunne and Phoebe Shannon) unfortunately lost to Cork.

16B (Laura Sharkey and Caitlin Maguire) drew with Cork. Hard luck to Siofra Byrne, Aoife Mahon, Jessie McClelland and Laura Quinn who were part of the Dublin minor camogie team who lost out to Wexford in the Leinster semi-final

There was no winner of the €20,000 lotto on the 19th July; the numbers were 6, 20, 26 and 27. Next draw will be managed by Seamus Clandillon and is sponsored by Coláiste Laichtín, Inis Oírr. Play Online or Tickets can be purchased at the Club, in Carey’s Newsagents, in Vesey Arms or Kenny’s Bar.

Bingo is on Wednesdays 8:30pm.

Club Shop is OPEN this Saturday the 28th July from 10am to 11am.

Summer Camps 2018
We had great numbers up enjoying the Camps so far this summer and there is more to come, well done to David Moran GPO and others. A different jersey if you have already attended. Don’t miss out, registration can be completed on the club website.

Summer Camps 2018 still to come:

Mon 13th Aug - Fri 17th Aug; 10am – 2:30pm

Mon 20th Aug - Fri 25th Aug; 10am – 2:30pm

Golf Society – Castleknock Outing Results
Overall Winner: Joe Donnelly (17) 45pts,
2nd Overall: Eddie Shanagher (27) 39pts,
Winner Category 1: Mick Roche (15) 30pts BB9,
Winner Category 2: Pat McGrath (20) 34pts,
Winner Category 3: Gabriel Larkin (24) 33pts,
Visitors Prize: Gerry O'Leary (24) 27pts.

Congratulations to all the winners. Next outing is Saturday 18th August in St Margaret's Golf & Country Club. Date for your Diary: Seamus Fagan's Captains Day Saturday 8th September in Tulfarris Golf Club.

Rewarding the Volunteers
In recognition of the efforts made by volunteers the Club Executive has agreed that in future 50% of any match tickets received by the club for any All-Ireland Final (Football, Hurling, Ladies Football, Camogie) will be allocated to a special draw specifically for any volunteer seeking a ticket. Those who are unsuccessful in the special draw will be entered into the general draw for the remainder of the tickets.

If you have any queries please email or contact Josephine Donohue.