Massive Congratulations to Captain Emer Keenan, Emma O’Flynn and the management and squad of the Dublin Premier Camogie team on securing the All-Ireland on Sunday, we look forward to welcoming the Cup back to Lucan Sarsfields. Next up is the Dublin Ladies Senior football team and we wish Ken Robinson and Paul Casey and the rest of the management and squad luck as they take on Cork this weekend. A huge group of Lucan supporters are heading in, thanks to Paddy Lyons for organising and let’s hope they witness the 2-in-row.
Senior hurlers secured top spot in the Championship Group and now face Cuala in the quarter-final, Sunday 23rd September, Parnell Park 4pm. Senior Footballers play last Championship group game on Saturday 9th Sept. 5.30pm vs St. Vincents, O’Toole Park, support always welcome and appreciated.
Mixed results for our Juveniles in Championship last week– 16B ladies football lost out to a strong Na Fianna by 3 points, however 14B the following night had a super win to over Castleknock A to make it two from two in Championship. Unfortunately Minor A, 15A+B and 13B all lost over the weekend.
Well done to both u13A &B hurling teams last Thursday evening the u13a team had a good win over Ballyboden. The lads had a slow start but finished well with a 5-8 to 2-7 win to maintain a 2nd place in their Division 1 league. The U13B hurlers had a great win over Div 4 leaders Maurs in their last league game with a scoreline of 3-8 to 0-3. On Sunday morning in O'Toole Park saw the commencement of the u13 hurling Dublin development squads. We had 6 players representing the club. The best of luck to Sean Langton, Daragh Lyons, Cathal Kennedy, Ryan Clancy, Daragh Meehan and Daragh O'Toole in their trials.
14A Hurling had a good win and can secure the league title by beating Kilmacud Crokes in their next game, on the 22 September away. 14B hurling are also in contention for league honours and got a walkover from St. Vincent’s last weekend. Disappointment for our U16A footballers in Championship, a big win for the 16B though, Full Juvenile football report available on our website.
Bingo is on Wednesdays 8:30pm. The Jackpot is over €900.
Sars Stars – ‘GAA for All’ resumes on Tuesday 11th September following a very successful first series before the summer. Full details available on our website.
CÚPLA FOCAL’ Club returns, every Monday commencing this Monday 17th September in the clubhouse 7.30pm to 8.30 pm Spilt in Two groups, Beginners & Advanced; learn Irish in a fun way. Cost: donation to Naraghone, interested email email@example.com.
The 25 Card Drive resumes on Friday 12th October 2018 and will continue every Friday to May 2019 in the Clubhouse Bar. Time: 9.00pm. 1st Prize: €50, 2nd Prize if 3 or more tables
Entry: €5 per person. Everyone is welcome - from beginners to those who played years ago and would like to resume playing so please spread the word! Club membership is NOT a requirement. Call Bill Ryan for further information at 086-8500376
There was no winner of the lotto on the 6th September; the numbers were 5, 7, 12 and 28. Next weeks’ jackpot €2,200, draw will be managed by Edel Mooney and is sponsored by Coláiste Laichtín, Inis Oírr. Lucky Dip Winners: John Kerins, Gerry Butcher, Melissa Dawson Hodson, Elizabeth McCarthy and Gerry McAndrew. Play Online here Or Tickets can be purchased at the Club, in Carey’s Newsagents, in Vesey Arms or Kenny’s Bar
The re-arranged Captain’s Dinner is at 8pm in the Lucan Spa Hotel THIS Saturday 15th September. Cost of the dinner is €25 and will be followed by music and song. All are very welcome.
Nagarhope is holding a fundraising Table Quiz in the Clubhouse on Friday 21st. September at 8.30pm. Please help Doc Clandillon build a Primary School Block in Nagarkot, Nepal. Recovering from the devastating earthquake in April 2015, Doc's school is expanding and giving a future to children in Nepal through education.
Form a team, come along and have an enjoyable evening including a short slide show/video of Nagarhope's progress on the ground so far. Tables of 4: €40. Your support can make a huge difference to those who lack the essentials we have in Ireland.