Aug. 5 – A huge logistical operation brings 255 boys and girls to Somerton for a week of All-Ireland competition with 107 games played under the control of 18 referees. It was a great success in the run-in to the All-Ireland Finals with enormous thanks to the chief organisers Neil Devin, Jason Sweeney, Gerry O’Connor and GPO Maria Bergin.
Aug. 6 – With the MFC just around the corner, thanks to Donaghmore/Ashbourne, Meath Minor League Champions, for hosting a super challenge match against our Minor Footballers which we won 4-14 4-12 having been level 1-4 each at half-time.
Aug. 7 – The Ladies footballers suffer a disappointing 2-point defeat, 2-14 3-13, to Ranelagh Gaels in the Adult Cup Div.5 Semi-Final beaten by a very late and very contentious goal.
Aug.8 – No Lotto Jackpot winner. Jackpot now €6,400. Match 3 Winners €30 each: Sean Dyas, Garret Cawley, Paula Harper, Shay Hogan, Conor Horgan, Paul Hughes, Ronan Lynch, Brian McCann, Kevin Moloney and Gerry Ryan. Lucky Dip Winner €30 – Jim Clerkin.
Aug.9 – Raffle tickets €5 each made available for the All-Ireland Hurling and Football Finals. The draw for the Hurling Final Tickets will be held in the Carpenter Pub on Saturday night August 17th and for the Football Final Tickets on Saturday night August 31st also in the Carpenter.
Aug.10 – A hugely entertaining 7-4 6-7 draw for Castleknock against Ballinteer in the Ladies U-15 Summer Football Group C. A second-half Ciarán Kilkenny masterclass helps Dublin beat Mayo and reach yet another All-Ireland Football Final.
Aug.11 – The AHL3 match put back from Saturday evening ends in a 3-17 1-13 win for Castleknock over St. Mark’s. The AHL6 team are crowned DIVISION 6 CHAMPIONS after an impressive 5-21 0-5 win over Crumlin. Rob Wylie received the Div.6 Cup on behalf of the players who have given us so much to enjoy throughout the Summer. Congrats to everyone involved.
Congrats also to Adult Ladies player Julie Rogers and Adult Men’s player Brian Carter on the birth of their baby girl, our first ‘club baby’. The Nursery awaits (Tír na nÓg that is).
Upcoming - The Club’s own Summer Camp takes place over 5 days – August 19-23 in Tír na nÓg and the day after it finishes on Saturday August 24th the Nursery returns from its Summer Break.
Only three weeks now to the Official Opening of our Clubhouse by An Taoiseach which takes place on Saturday, September 7th as part of our Annual Family Fun Day in Somerton.Tweet