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27 May 2018
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GAA

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LUCAN SARSFIELDS

It was the turn of the rescheduled Féile this week to show piece all that is good within the club, the girls played with great spirit and were unlucky to draw one and lose their first game to Skerries, eventual winners, by only a point. In the last game TSS were too strong but the girls played with huge commitment. They play St Slyvesters in a winner takes all game for the league title tonight (FRIDAY night) at home. Thanks to James Scott who acted as co-ordinator and to all the volunteers and helpers.

Hard luck to the Senior Footballers who lost twice this week to OPER & St Brigids. However, the U-8 footballers had a big event on the Saturday when 27 of them attended the Senior Football League match v Oliver Plunketts ER. They got to form a guard of honour for the senior team as they took the field and also played a mini blitz at half time. Both the boys and parents who attended the event had a very good experience. A comprehensive win for our Inter Footballers on Friday night last vs Erins Isle, unfortunately they lost their first game in the league vs Round Towers on Tuesday night but still very much remain in the hunt for honours. The Jnr As also kept themselves very much in touch for league honours with tough wins on Sunday morning and again on Tuesday. Jnr B footballers went down to a very strong Cuala outfit.

Mixed week last week for the Minor footballers who beat Thomas Davis on Wednesday but lost to BSJ last weekend. The Minor Ladies footballers had a good win vs St Mary’s Leixlip 2-18 to 2-13. Good win also for the U15B team; although the 15As went down to a strong Clanna Gael team. The Jnr A Ladies commenced their Championship with a big win away to Croi Ro Naofa

Hard Luck to Chris Crummey and Johnny McCaffrey who were on duty with Dublin Hurlers. Well done to Colm Walsh and Evan Dowling who are with Dublin Minor hurlers who got their first win on the LMHC round robin. Well done to Millie Reid and Lauren Dawson who represented Lucan as Dublin U15 Camogie won the Meath blitz. Hard luck to Mark Lavin, Matthew Dunne & Jake Rooney of the Dublin minors who lost to Meath in Rd 2 of the LMFC Round robin.

‘GAA for All’ continues Tuesday at 5pm in the club.

Bingo is on Wednesdays 8:30pm.

Club Shop is scheduled to open Thursdays 7:30-8:30 and Saturday’s 10:30am – 1:00pm.

Lucan District Credit Union Academy is on Saturdays, 9:30am for Girls; 10am for boys (5+).

3rd, 4th and 5th Class Disco on Friday 1st June.

The Healthy Club initiative is running a LADIES night in the club tonight Friday 25th May. All money goes to a breast cancer charity. It's a great cause and should be a great night, so it’s not too late to join in.

Pop Up Shop – Brian Walsh hurley maker will host a clinic on the 16h June in the club.

Lucan Sarsfields Golf Society
Golf Society Results from Moyvalley Outing; Overall Winner Robbie Breen (17) 40pts BB9, 2nd Overall Seamus Fagan (13) 40pts, Winner Category 1 Mick O'Hara (17) 36pts, Winner Category 2 Mick Malone (23) 36pts, Winner Category 3 Mark Carton (28) 35pts. Congratulations to all the winners.
Next up is the Annual Classic on Friday 22nd June in Lucan Golf Club. To book a tee time contact Seamus Fagan at 086 8168984. All support very welcome.

Lotto
There was no winner of the €20,000 lotto on the 17th May, the numbers were 4, 11, 13 and 17. Next draw will be managed by Séamus Clandillon and is sponsored by John Ryan, Accountant. Lucky Dips Winners: Damian Flynn, Niamh O'Brien, Padraig Harty, Antiona, Bridie Burke. Tickets can be purchased online, at the club, in Carey’s Newsagents, in Vesey Arms or Kenny’s Bar.

Our deepest sympathies to the Donohue family on the recent loss Mary Donohue, mother of Tony and mother-in-law of Josephine.

Summer Camps
Registration now open, limited places, registration can be done on club website.
Lucan Sarsfields Summer Camp 2018
Hurling/Camogie

Monday 9th July - Friday 13th July
Football
Monday 13th August - Friday 17th August
Hurling/Camogie
Monday 20th August - Friday 25th Aug