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Tuesday 6 December 2016

BALLINTEER ST JOHN'S

BALLINTEER ST JOHN'S

NO winner of the July 16th Lotto draw for €6,400. Jackpot will be €6,600 next week. Our Joker Wild draw continues this Thursday. It is open to Lotto players present in the clubhouse on the night. Tickets are available online at www.ballinteerstjohns.com or from the usual outlets. Bingo every Monday night in the clubhouse. Starts at 8pm and all welcome for a great night's entertainment. 3rd Annual Golf Classic takes place in the K Club on July 31st. See ballinteerstjohns.com/golf or email golfclassic@ballinteerstjohns.com for more info. Senior footballers had a fantastic win against Clontarf on Saturday in the league. Junior A and Junior B footballers also had great wins on Sunday against Templeogue Synge Street and St Anne's. Deepest sympathies to the Pigott family on the passing of Tom.

BALLYBODEN ST ENDA'S

CONGRATULATIONS to the Dublin senior ladies football and camogie teams on their wins in the Leinster Championship this week and to the Ballyboden St Enda's representatives on the teams. Best of luck to the Dublin senior hurlers this weekend against Waterford in Thurles and especially to our Ballyboden St Enda's players. Congratulations to all our minor hurling teams on their wins in their league games. The biggest and best Summer Camp in the country begins again in Ballyboden this July. Ballyboden St Enda's Summer Camp continues to be not only the largest Summer Camp around, but also the most enjoyable. Providing GAA and many other sporting activities for boys & girls aged 5-12, it is a Camp which puts fun & enjoyment as its number one rule. Kids get to keep up their practice, get to meet their friends, make new friends, go on day trips & get lots of freebies. All in a safe and enjoyable environment. For more information on Ballyboden St Enda's, log onto www.bodengaa.ie or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

BALLYBOUGHAL

THANKS to Gerry Seaver and his team of coaches for running a very successful Kellogg's Cul Camp last week at our pitch, with 152 children in attendance. A great week was had by all. Thanks to all the parents who helped out those who were on duty during lunch break ,those who helped clear away all the footballs/equipment and tidy up every afternoon. Category winners: Emma Rodgers and Rory Cahill in U6/U7s, Ruth Barrett and Daniel Mc Gill in U8-U10s, Sarah Willis and John Fay in U11/U12s. Advanced Camp winners were Sophie McGlynn and Cian McNulty-Casey. Overall Camper of the Week went to Caitlin Mc Nulty-Casey. Our men's 1st team won away in the league v Trinity Gaels, 1-14 to 2-15. Thank you to the sizeable traveling support. Hard luck to our adult ladies Ballyboughal/St Finian's team, who lost away in Championship v Scoil Ui Chonaill. Our men's 2nd team were given a walkover in the league v Portobello. This week's Club Lotto results. Jackpot: €4,660. Numbers drawn: 30-38-42. No winner. Next week's Jackpot: €4,760. €20 winners: Sarah Kelleher, Barry Ryan & TMC. Thank you for your support.

BALLYFERMOT DLS

THIS week's Jackpot was €7,200. Check our Facebook page for Lotto results. Tickets are €2 each and are available from club members or in Chasers itself. Please help support the club by getting your Lotto ticket. The club is always looking for new players for all teams; anyone interested can contact Paul on 086-2189173. Follow us on Twitter (@BallyfermotDLS) or like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/BallyfermotDLS) or web: ballyfermotdls.altervista.org.

BALLYMUN KICKHAMS

OUR Hero of the Week this week is a long-time playing servant of the club, who won many honours in his years as a stylish, classy forward and score-getter. Well this week he got his greatest reward ever, and one which puts his silverware into the shade. Congratulations to Alan McKean and his partner Sinead on the birth of their baby boy Daniel. I'm sure you'll all join us in wishing them many happy sleepless nights. Comhgairdeas Alan agus Sinead, agus cuirigi failte roimh Daniel. Laoch na Seachtaine. Congratulations to the Dublin ladies team on their success in the Provincial Championships on Sunday with a fine win over Westmeath. We're hoping for many more happy days this year for the girls. Our minors have a game on Wednesday night at 7.15pm against Brigid's, but please note a venue change to St Claire's pitch at the rear of the DCU Sports Complex. All support welcome. Our seniors and intermediates had fine wins in the league last weekend, but hard luck to our junior team, who lost to a brilliant Fingallians team, pipped at the post by a point in the Championship semi-final in a terrific sporting game. Very best of luck to them in the final. Our Annual Golf Classic is now fully sold out, but you can still avail of the opportunity to sponsor a tee box and hole etc. For more info on this, or any other club news, including upcoming members ticket orders for Dublin games, please visit our website www.ballymunkickhams.com or our Facebook and Twitter, which you can link to from our website.

CASTLEKNOCK

WELL done to the second adult football team, who beat St Brigid's to qualify for the Junior Championship semi-final. The senior footballers continued their good league form by beating St Mary's on Saturday evening. Our senior ladies footballers had a great 3-6 to 1-11 win over Westmanstown in the Cup. Congrats to Niamh, Caoimhe, Aishling and Sarah, who lined out for Dubs U16s camogie team in the Championship win against Antrim. Well done to all who represented the club in the Inter-County Hurling and Camogie Blitzs over the weekend. Congratulations to senior footballer Stephen Lynch and his new bride Ciara Dempsey, who were married on Friday last. Castleknock Nursery is on a well-earned break and will restart on 22nd August. Sincere thanks to all who have helped out at the nursery since Christmas. Our next Summer Camp is on 17th August-21st August. Please e-mail brendan.phelan.gpo.dublin@gaa.ie to secure places. Club Family Day date is set for 5th September. Remember to keep supporting the Supervalu Kits for Clubs and also our own Cash for Clobber promotions. Winning numbers in weekly Lotto draw were 9, 11, 13 & 18. There were 14x Match 3 winners. Check club website, www.castleknock.net, for further details.

CIVIL SERVICE

CONTINUED league action this week, with two more games down for decision. Our firsts take on Whitehall Colmcilles at Islandbridge. 7.30pm tomorrow evening, Tuesday 21st, in AHL6. Our seconds are also at home in Islandbridge on this Thursday 23rd in AHL9 action against Sylvester's, also at 7.30pm. Mixed results in last week's league encounters with our slightly-depleted firsts going down to a strong Realt Dearg side at Drimnagh Castle and our seconds recording a nice win against St Pat's in Donabate. Darren McCarthy taking the honours there with a total of six goals after being shown the way by Enda Burke with an early goal, before making a quick exit at half-time to catch the Galway train. Our Annual Dog Night and main club fundraiser in association with African charity VITA proved very successful on Friday evening last 17th July at Harold's Cross. The club would like to thank all our sponsors on the night and well done to all our ticket sellers. Big thank you also to Brian Lynch and Diarmaid Hogan for their assistance to chairman Conor Bracken with tickets, monies, etc. Congratulations to buster winner and recent Islandbridge North Stand season ticket holder Liam Fitzgerald. Our five consolation prize winners were Sean Trowell, Darren Lowdnes, John Dunne, Ella Walsh and Muireann Trowell. Celebrations continued long into the night after the last dog home in Harold's Cross at nearby Jamesie O'Donnell's hostility, Cassidy's of Camden Street.

CLONTARF

FOIREANN na seachtaine are our Junior Peil na mBan team, with two Championship matches in 3 days. Starting with a great win away to Newcastle and a narrow 1 point home defeat to Wild Geese. Comhghairdeas Sarah, Margaret & Katie, who helped Áth Cliath to the Leinster Peil na mBan Championship. Places are going fast for our campaí from August 10th and 17th (Cúl Camp). You can book online on clontarfgaa.com. Please support our Club Lotto, only €2 a week and you can register online. You can now follow the club on Instagram, @cluaintarbh. The second edition of the club email newsletter went out during the week, including a new Club Focus Section, featuring former Irish rugbaí captain Fiona Coghlan. Our condolences to Ryan clann on death of Peg.

CRAOBH CHIARÁIN

NO winner of Lotto Jackpot of €8,500 for Monday 13th July. Five Match 3 winners each receive €120. Numbers were: 11-15-17-24. Next week's Jackpot will be €9,000. Tickets are €2 and the draw takes place in the Club Lounge every Monday at 11pm. The second of our Summer Camps was an outstanding success. The final Camp will be from 17th-21st August. Entry is only €30 per child. To register, please contact our Games Promotion Officer, Ronnie, on 086-8447492. Entry forms for the new season of "Last Man Standing" are available from David Burnett or Derek Finn. All proceeds are in aid of the Minor Games Fund. Entry is €10 and all forms must be returned by Friday 7th August. Adult football team lost in the league to St Mark's. Minor footballers play Naomh Barrog in St Anne's No 6 at 7.15pm on Wednesday. Our senior hurlers team play Cuala in the league on Saturday in Clonshaugh at 6.30pm. Please support all our teams. The Club Shop is now up and running. Please go to myclubshop.ie. Further details are available from our Facebook page and from your team mentor. Music continues in the Club Lounge every Saturday and Sunday over the Summer Months. Please support.

CROÍ RÓ NAOFA

THE U12 boys brought home the first silverware of the year by winning the Terence Reilly Shield up in Rockcorry, Co Monaghan over the weekend. The club would like to thank all at Rockcorry for all their hospitality on the day. Men's team continued their fine league form with another win over the weekend against Ballinteer St John's. Well done to U12 girls' player Megan McGarry, who played at half-time for Dublin at the Lenister Ladies Final today in Dr Cullen Park, Carlow. No winner of this week's Lotto. Numbers were 1, 14, and 45. 2x €20 winners were Sinéad Murphy and Barry Dalton. Next week's Jackpot: €1,300. Thanks for your continued support. Training times for the upcoming week will be posted on Monday. Memberships are now overdue, please see you team manager for details. Anybody looking to have items included in the weekly club notes, please contact club secretary before 10am every Monday. Keep up with ongoing club events on Facebook and Twitter.

CRUMLIN

BIG week for the club as we embark on our second Annual Jim Boggan Cycle. This is taking place this Saturday the 25th of July and involves a grueling 100 mile cycle from Jim's resting place of Taghmon to Lorcan O'Toole Park. We are asking all members not taking part on the day to join us in the club on Saturday night to remember and celebrate Jim's life. We will keep you updated as best we can on the day of the group's progress, so you can be there when they arrive. Last week, the first of the Summer Camps took place, with over 140 kids attending over the course of the week and with the second week running today, we should see another great turnout. We have a link to the photos available on our website, so be sure to check it out. Big thank you to David Murray for running the Annual Crumlin V Pitch & Putt Tournament on Saturday. Great day for all those who took part, with Maurice Kerrigan's team winning out on the day. Club Lotto was not won and there was 1 Match 3 winner: Martin Keddy. The numbers drawn were 10-14-18-19. Next week's winning Jackpot will be €4,200. Joker Poker was not won and next week's Jackpot will be €1,700. Club Bingo every Sunday night in clubrooms. We have just launched our new website, so be sure to check out www.crumlingaa.com for a look.

CUALA

WELL done to our senior hurlers, who recorded a 5-19 to 2-14 win over O'Toole's in the SHL. The Cuala adult football section unveiled their new training and leisure kit, sponsored by Nitro, at their AFL1 game against Thomas Davis in Hyde Road on Saturday. This is the second year that Nitro have generously acted as the principal sponsor of the football section. The well-attended match turned out to be an exciting, well-contested game that ended with the spoils shared on a scoreline of 2-12 each. Hard luck to the second footballers, who lost out to Na Fianna by 3-16 to 5-7 in AFL5 on Sunday. Better news for the third team, who scored a massive 4-22 against Kilmacud Crokes' 1-1 in AFL8. The ladies football team made it 3 wins from 4 in the Championship last week, after beating Naomh Mearnóg 3-8 to 1-7, and now lie second in their table. Hard luck to Jennifer Dunne, Eimear Loughlin and the Dublin U16 ladies footballers, who were beaten by Kerry in the All-Ireland semi-final in Nenagh last weekend. Good luck to all the Cuala players on the Dublin hurling team in their All-Ireland quarter-final against Waterford in Thurles next Sunday. Our Lotto Jackpot this week is €1,500. Get your tickets at http://www.cualagaa.ie/lotto. Well done to Shane O'Brien and the Dublin selectors on their victory over Derry in the Liberty Insurance Championship game. Also, calling on all lovers of Gaelic Games, the Ashbourne Cup competition (equivalent of the Fitzgibbon Cup) is 100 years old this year. A banquet will be held in Páirc an Chrócaigh on the eve of the All-Ireland Camogie Finals on September 12th to celebrate this event. Tickets cost €40. Tickets can be purchased from Cuala member Máire Uí Scolaí, at maireuiscolai@eircom.net or 087-2797090.

ERIN GO BRAGH

WE hope all the boys and girls had a great time at our Summer Camp. Thanks to Mary McPeake, Michael Dempsey, our coaches and parents for making the week a success. Our next Camp runs from Monday 17th-21st August. Cost €40, €35 for siblings. After receiving fantastic feedback, our Advanced Camp for 12-16 years will be held again on Tuesday 18th, 19th and 20th August. The cost of the Camp will be €30. Call John for more information, 087-7541948. Our ladies football & camogie teams are looking for players. Gaelic4mothers and others continues Thursdays. Call Ciara, 087-9147154 for more. Well done to our footballers, who beat Shankill to reach their Championship semi-final. We would like to wish JB Jones all the best as he moves to Leyton Orient soccer in London. Anyone interested in playing football can call Pat, 087-7642155. It's a busy week for our hurlers. On Thursday they play St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh and on Sunday Castleknock in the league. Anyone interested in playing hurling can call Karl, 087-2352074. No winner of our weekly Lotto. Numbers were 3, 13, 14 & 22. Our weekly Lotto continues every Friday. Tickets on sale at training and also in The Paddocks, The Vineyard, The Grasshopper and The Strawberry Hall for €2 each or 3 for €5. We also have an annual subscription option. Call Tom, 087-2245823.

ERIN'S ISLE

SENIOR footballers had a great win over St Pat's (Palmerstown) last Saturday in the club. Well done to all involved. Intermediates beat Innisfails on Sunday morning. Junior footballers beat Na Fianna in Championship last Thursday to secure a quarter-final place. Fixtures this week: 21-July - Camogie Summer Cup 1-3, Erin's Isle v Skerries Harps, 7.30pm. 22 July - Ladies Football, Naomh Olaf v Erins Isle. 22 July - Adult Hurling Division 2, St Oliver Plunkett's V Erin's Isle, Martin Savage Park, 7.30pm. 23 July - Adult Hurling Division 7, Erin's Isle v St Brigid's, 7.30pm. A meeting for all coaches who applied for Summer Camps will be held in club on 5th August at 8pm. Please spread the word and see Yvonne for more info. Live music in the bar every Sunday. Bingo every Monday with music from The Cubes. Main Bingo in hall every Thursday night at 8:30pm. New players always welcome. There was 1 winner of the Club Lotto last Thursday. Numbers drawn were 3-7-8-9 and bonus number was 17. Next weeks Jackpot starts at €1,000. Thanks for your continued support. If you have anything for the club notes, please contact Anthony Connaghan at 087-2376762 before Sunday evening.

FAUGHS

SENIOR 3 Camogie rounded off a great season by having a convincing win over Good Counsel in the Summer Cup. Minors were beaten by 3 points to Lucan on Sunday morning. Fixtures for coming week:- Junior As play against St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh on Wednesday in the Division 4 league @ 7:30pm in Martin Savage Park. On Thursday, Junior Bs play in the Division 7 league against Setanta @ 7:30pm in Tymon North. On Saturday, we have 2 matches at home, both league games and both @ 6:30pm. Seniors play against St Oliver Plunkett's/Eoghan Ruadh in Osprey and Junior As play against Clontarf on the main pitch. Junior Bs play Na Fianna in the Division 7 league on Sunday morning @ 10:15am in Collinstown Lane. Club Lotto: Numbers; 2, 15, 20 and 24. No winner. One 'Match 3' winner - Denis Nolan c/o club. Next week's Jackpot will be €12,800. Golf Society next outing is the Martin Freeman Memorial on Saturday 8th August in Craddockstown @ 2.30pm. Get well wishes to Carol White. Twenty Questions in the Members' Bar every Wednesday. All welcome. No cover charge. Don't forget to save all your vouchers from the Echo newspaper over the next few weeks and drop them into the club to enable us to be in with a chance of winning valuable gear for the club. You can purchase your Echo in the club for 50c. Bargain.

FINGAL RAVENS

A BIG thank you to all who attended our "Reaching Out" night on Wednesday in Kettle's. A special thank you to our speakers Stephen Maguire (Smart Performance), Pauline Bergin (Pieta House), Stacey Cannon (GAA Health & Wellbeing) and Mickey Harte (Tyrone GAA). Also, a huge thank you to all our committee, helpers and of course Kettle's Country House Hotel for their assistance in organising the night. Don't forget to create your own "Reaching Out" video and nominate 3 people. The seniors were beaten in the league last Tuesday in Rolestown by a strong Kilmacud Crokes team. Our juniors had a great win in Championship on Thursday night at home against St Sylvester's in awful weather conditions. Well done all. The juniors also played in the league on Sunday morning & had a great win againt St James Gaels. Upcoming adult fixtures: The ladies team play Parnell's away in Championship on Wednesday 22nd at 7.30pm. The club are now live on Twitter - please follow @FingalRavensGFC for live match updates.

FINGALLIANS

PRESIDENTIAL visit this Saturday: An tUachtarán will arrive at 10am to officially open our new all-weather facility. The morning will consist of underage games, dance, music, history board presentation and TV interviews. All members past and present are most welcome and are asked to attend from 9.30am. We would also like to ask all musicians to bring their instruments down with them for a seisiún during the visit. Championship Final: Are Junior B footballers had the narrowest of victories over Ballymun, 2-7 to 1-9, to reach the Championship decider, but unfortunately our Junior D footballers were beaten v St Jude's in their semi-final. Further details on the final to follow. That will be against Bank of Ireland. Both teams recovered from the mid-week games to record important league victories at the weekend and remain in contention for promotion. Leinster Medals: Dublin senior ladies captured their 4th successive Leinster crown v Westmeath by 7 points on Sunday afternoon. Well done to Sinead, Fiona, Niamh & Emer. Hurling Camp: Another very successful Hurling Camp in the club last week, with over 150 participants. Many thanks to all who attended and helped out in trying weather conditions. A special thank you to the Dublin players, Alan Nolan and Daire Plunkett, who popped in on Thursday. Tickets: Applications can be made in advance at the club bar for the footballers' All-Ireland quarter-final. Golf Society: The next outing will be in Corrstown Golf Club on 31st July from 2pm-3pm. A timesheet is on our mysociety page for time slot booking or by texting Dan Davern/Stephen McNally. Visitors most welcome. Lotto: We had no winner last week and the good news is the Jackpot this week will be €3,534. The lucky numbers last week were 3-15-24-30-35.

FOXROCK/CABINTEELY

IT was great to see 5 Foxrock/Cabinteely players listed on the match programme during Sunday's Leinster Senior Ladies Final. Sinead Goldrick, Amy Connolly, Hannah Noonan and Niamh Collins were part of the Dublin panel and Fiona Claffey was part of the Westmeath panel. Dublin won by 7 points and secured their 4th Leinster title in-a-row. The day was even more special for Sinead Goldrick, when she was named Player of the Match. As well as her excellent performance in the game, Sinead also scored 3 points. Congrats Sinead, Amy, Hannah and Niamh and commiserations to Fiona. While Westmeath may have lost, they still have the qualifiers to look forward to and we're sure that we'll hear more about Westmeath - and particularly Fiona - as the season progresses. The focus for all 5 ladies will now switch to the Dublin Senior Club Championship semi-final, which will likely be the week of July 27th. Members will be informed when the details are finalised. Commiserations to Sinead Delahunty and her Tipperary team-mates, who lost by 1 point to Roscommon in the Intermediate Championship. Commiseration also to Lauri Ahern and Laura Fusciardi, who were part of the Wicklow team who lost to Limerick by 2 points, also in the Intermediate Championship. Like Sinead, Amy, Hannah, Niamh and Fiona, Lauri - Laura and Sinead still have the Dublin Senior Championship to look forward to. Hard luck to Ciara Crotty, Tarah O'Sullivan, Hannah O'Neill and their Dublin minor team-mates, who lost to Cork in the All-Ireland minor semi-final.

FRIENDS OF DUBLIN HURLING

OUR minor hurling team are playing Antrim in the All-Ireland quarter-final at Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan at 3pm next Saturday. Friends of Dublin Hurling will run a bus to the game, leaving Connolly Station at 12pm and  Blanchardstown Shopping Centre [opposite Starbucks] at 12.30pm. To book your seat, text CAVAN and your name to 087-2331983 by Thursday 6pm. The fare is the same as usual. €10 for members and €15 for non-members. Our seniors play Waterford at Thurles at 2pm on Sunday. Buses will depart Connolly Station at 10am and Rathcoole Village at 10.30am. To book your seat, text THURLES and your name to 087-2331983 by 6pm on Thursday. Our camogie team had a great win over Derry at Swatragh GAA Club on Saturday last. They must now wait for the final game, when Clare play Derry next Saturday, before they know if they have qualified for the All-Ireland quarter-final, which will be against Wexford at Innovate Wexford Park on Saturday August 1. Friends of Dublin Hurling and the Dublin Camogie Board came together and subsidised a supporters' bus to the game. The supporters were very vocal and really helped the team get over the line. Well done to all concerned. Needless to say, a supporters bus to Wexford will be organised when the time comes.

GARDA/WESTMANSTOWN GAELS

WEEK of mixed results last week, with intermediates winning one and losing one in the league. Ladies suffering first defeat of the season and juniors winning at home in the league. Intermediates lost away to St Sylvester's on Monday evening by 0-13 to 0-10, but had a good home win on Saturday, coming out on top against Whitehall by 0-12 to 0-10. Next league fixture on August 22 at home to St Jude's. Juniors beat Na Gaeil Oga on Sunday morning by 3-8 to 1-10. Next fixture on 28th July, away to Ballymun Kickhams. Ladies were defeated for the first time this season, away to Castleknock in the Cup by 3-6 to 1-11. Next fixture is this Wednesday evening at home to Kilmacud Crokes in the Championship. Throw-in at 7.30pm. Club monthly committee meeting on this Tuesday night at Westmanstown at 8pm. Full turnout expected.

GARRISTOWN GFC

HARD luck to our ladies team, who lost to St Brendan's in the Championship on Wednesday July 15. Their next Championship game v Erin Go Breagh is on July 22 at 7.30pm in Garristown. Lotto results for last week: Numbers; 8-21-31-38. No winner. €20 winners: Hardy, Martin Sheridan and Michael Andrews. Seller: Anna. Next week's Jackpot is: €2,000. Please play our Club Lotto. Tickets are available from any lotto committee member, Gough's Shop and Gormley's Pub.

GOOD COUNSEL

LAST week the second team footballers lost to Round Towers Clondalkin. Both adult camogie teams also lost to Faughs and Kilmacud Crokes. On Tuesday July 21, the hurlers play St Maur's at Galtymore. Throw-in is at 7.30pm and on Friday 24 they play Crumlin in Pearse Park at 7.30pm. On Saturday July 25, there will be a car boot sale in the club from 10am-3pm. Gates open for sellers at 9am-9.30am. For more information or enquiries, contact Hughie Cullen hughie2004@hotmail.com. The Club Lotto was not won last week. The numbers were 2-8-21. Next week's Jackpot is €700. The club is also taking part in a fundraiser with the Echo newspaper. Each Thursday there will be vouchers in the paper. The club that collects the most wins a kit for their club, so please support. "Strictly": a reminder to all members and parents - please contact Gretta on 087-6702866 if you have any update in obtaining an advert or donation for our forthcoming fundraiser - "Strictly Counsel Style" - or indeed if you need more letters or any further information. Bingo continues on Wednesdays in the club at 8.30pm. Texas Hold 'Em is on Fridays at 9pm. Button accordion and concertina lessons are on Mondays at 8pm and set-dancing is on Mondays from 7.30pm.

INNISFAILS

NO football fixtures this week. Training Tuesday & Thursday @ 7.30pm. Cul Camp. Due to circumstances beyond our control, this has now been cancelled for this year. Bowls team would like to invite new members. Please contact the club for details. Pitch and Putt every Sunday morning. Tee-time: 10.30am. New members welcome. Please contact John Preston @087-8270265 for details. No winner of the €7,500 Lotto this week. Numbers were 1-8-9-24. Also, no winner of the €3,000. Numbers were 5-13-19-23. Lucky dip €20 winners were K McKenna, Frank Lowndes and Joe c/o John. Thank you for your support. Bingo with Ivan every Wednesday night. Jackpot: €150. Magic Six re-commences Wednesday 22nd July. €5 per week. Music by Barberra next Saturday 26th July. Come along for a good night. Also, drinks promotions will be run on the night. Annual Family Day takes place Sunday 9th August. Please come along an support your club. Annual membership now due for 2015/2016. New adult & juvenile players welcome. Contact Christy Breen @ 086-3886506 or the club for details.

KEVIN'S

THE Annual Kevin's Golf Classic is this Friday in Grangecastle Golf Club. Teams of 4 are €240 and to sponsor a hole is €100. Contact Paul Mac, Brian Flannery or Gerry Hall to book tee times or with any queries. Junior hurlers play St Pat's in Dolphin tonight at 7.30pm and also play O'Toole's away Friday at 7.30pm in AHL6. Senior hurlers play Round Towers away in Monastery Road, Wednesday at 7.30pm. Senior hurlers play Na Fianna in Dolphin, Saturday at 6.30pm. Minor hurlers play Cuala B, Wednesday 29th July in Hyde Park at 7.15pm. The first Summer Camp was a great success a few weeks ago & thanks to all our helpers, volunteers & coaches. Next Camp is on 17th-21st August, All details are on www.kevins.ie or contact Patricia Halton or Vincent Hennessy with any queries. The Weekly Lotto draw continues each Monday. It is 4 numbers now, €4,100. Last night's draw, Monday 20th July, was in The Lower Deck Pub, Portobello. Contact Gerry Hall for info or any Lotto queries on 087-6463950. The results are also posted on Kevin's Facebook page the Tuesday after each draw. The summer break for the CCC1 fixtures is on until end of August. Enjoy the break. The annual subs are now long overdue, can everyone please make payment. The ABC nursery is on a summer break until August 15th, contact Marcus with any queries on 087-6620282. The camogie girls age 7-10 are also on summer break until Saturday 15th August. Contact Rosairi on 086-3005878 with any camogie queries.

LIFFEY GAELS

OUR adult hurlers and footballers are continuing strong in their Championship games. The hurling quarter-final and football semi-final dates have yet to be announced, so please keep an eye on our FB page for details, as your support will be greatly appreciated. Liffey Gaels will be doing our own Strictly Dancing on 9th October in Croke Park. The dancers are coming in quick and fast, so if you are interested please contact Sinead Lupton on 085-1746259. All the details will be announced shortly. It will be a night you definitely won't want to miss, so please mark it in your diaries. Most juvenile teams are now on a well-deserved break, with most returning in or around 15th August. All mentors will notify parents when training resumes. Most teams will have games. Commences again on 29th August. Our fantastic raffle for All-Ireland Hurling and Football tickets is underway, with tickets selling at €10 each. Tickets need to be returned by 2nd August if you would like tickets or need to get them returned. Please contact Keith D'Arcy on 087-6738605. Zumba and Bokwa continues through the summer, with Bokwa on every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday and Zumba at 7pm every Wednesday. Slimming World is now also in the club every Thursday evening and Friday morning. Please see our Facebook page for all the times and details. There was no winner of last week's Lotto. The Jackpot now stands at €1,400. Lastly, a massive message of good luck to the Dublin hurlers, who take on Waterford in Thurles this coming Sunday. Remember the bar will be open, showing the match live for anyone not travelling down. Thank you again for you continued support.

LUCAN SARSFIELDS

MANY thanks to all the teams who sent in match reports this weekend. Full details can be found on our website, www.lucansarsfields.ie. Over 1,500 players in action in the last week across all 4 codes from age 7-40+. Well done to our senior camogie girls; Emma, Alison, Kate, Claire and Marie, who helped Dublin to a vital win in the fourth round of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship over Derry on Saturday. Our senior footballers also had an excellent win over O'Toole's on Saturday evening. Lucan Sarsfields are also proud to announce that Ozone Cars are the proud sponsors of this year's Lucan Sarsfields Summer Camps. Bookings are now open for our Summer Camps. Football: Monday 10th August-Friday 14th August; Hurling/Camogie: Monday 17th August-Friday 21st August. See website for details. The Club Shop is closed for the summer. Results from our latest Golf Outing in Beech Park. 1st: Michael O'Grady [17] 35 points; 2nd: Sean Ó Ceallaigh [15] 34 points; Cat 1: Damian O'Brien [9] 33 points; Cat 2: Dave Whittle [19] 32 points; Cat 3: Dave Mescall [23] 26 points. There was no winner of this week's 2,000 Lotto draw. Numbers were 9-10-12-14. This week's Jackpot is €2,500. Diamond & Gem Jewellers are sponsoring with Josephine Donohue's team in charge.

MAN-O-WAR

HARD luck to our men's first team, who lost their Championship game on Tuesday to Round Towers Lusk. Best wishes to Lusk in the rest of the Championship and in Leinster. The lads finished their week on a more positive note, with a good home win over Lucan Sarsfields in the league on Saturday. Ladies 2nd team kicked off their Championship on Wednesday with a good home win over Trinity Gaels. This week the ladies first team are home to Castleknock in the Championship, while the ladies 2nd are home also in Championship against St Brendan's. Well done to Ailene Fanning on being part of the Dublin U14 team which won their recent Leinster Blitz. Our Summer Skills and Drills Camp is taking place from August 17th-21st. Places can be secured by booking online at www.manowargfc.com or filling out one of the applications available at the clubhouse.

NA FIANNA

CONGRATS to Dublin senior ladies, including Lucy Collins and Fiona Tuite, on Sunday's Leinster Final win against Westmeath. Well done also to Elaine O'Meara and Dublin senior camogie team on their Championship win over Derry and congrats to Dublin's Premier Junior team with Gráinne Ryan, Tino Kelly, Laura Mulvey and Gráinne Free, who won against Westmeath. Best of luck to Shane Barrett, Joey Boland and senior hurlers in next Sunday's Championship Qualifier against Waterford. Congrats to our Senior and Junior A footballers on good league wins over the weekend. Summer Camogie Cup continues this Tuesday with Senior 6s in semi-final at home to Setanta. Senior and intermediate hurlers play twice this week. Wednesday night at 7.30pm sees seniors away against St Sylvester's, while intermediates will host Setanta in Collinstown. On Saturday at 6.30pm, seniors play Naomh Mearnog in Mobhi Road and intermediates are away against Kevin's. Back to Wednesday night, when junior ladies play O'Dwyers in Championship at 7.15pm and minor A footballers play Kilmacud Crokes at 7.30pm. Both matches in Mobhi Road. On Thursday at 7.30pm, our senior footballers play Ballymun Kickhams away and our Junior B hurlers host St Patrick's in Collinstown. On Sunday at 3pm, both junior hurling teams in action, with As in Mobhi Road against Faughs and Bs away to St Sylvester's. Best of luck to all teams, all support welcome. Well done to all involved in very successful two weeks of Summer Camps. A break for a while, but all will start again in few weeks. See website for booking details. Numbers will again be limited, so get forms back as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Best wishes for speedy recoveries to intermediate footballer Andrew Baxter and minor hurler and footballer Donal Burke following recent injuries.

NAOMH BARROG

THE Annual Golf Classic will take place on Friday week the 31st of July in St Anne's Golf Club. €300 for a team of four. Contact Andy Cassidy, 087-2614849, to enter your team. There are also tee boxes and holes available for sponsorship. Contact Ciaran Kenny, 087-6725457, for more information. Well done to all who went to the first Blazing Saddles training session. Training continues every Sunday morning at 8:30am. Members/parents, when attending club grounds, please respect local businesses and our neighbours when parking. Live music from Smart Moves this Saturday. Well done to the Junior A Footballers, who beat Bank Of Ireland. Final score: 2-7 to 0-10. Goals from Jordan Canning and Luke Nolan. Well done to the minor hurlers, who beat Castleknock away, 5-17 to 3-8. Good luck to everyone participating in Advanced Summer Camp this week. All the photos from both the Football and Hurling Camp are available on club Facebook page. Congratulations to Jason Byrne, who played a Blitz for the Dublin U16 hurlers against Offaly and Antrim on Saturday. He was Dublin's top-scorer and scored a goal in both games. Hard luck to Laura McGinley and the rest of the Dublin ladies minor team, who were beaten by Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final. Laura has done her club and county proud. Naomh Barróg Golf Society 5th outing is to Forrest Little this Friday July 24th. Time Sheet at Club Bar. Tee-time is 1pm-2.30pm. Ticket Book for Dublin's All-Ireland quarter-final on August 2nd is at the Club Bar and will close next Sunday. Well done to Lucy Cannon on the U16 camogie team, who did Shave or Dye for the Irish Cancer Society. She raised €1,400 for a great cause. She would like to thank everyone in the club for the support.

NAOMH MAUR

THE Annual Mass for the deceased members of St Maur's GAA Club will be held in Aras Naomh Maur on Thursday the 6th of August at 8pm. All club members past and present, supporters and friends are invited to attend this commemorative occasion. Our senior footballers won out at home against St Sylvester's on Saturday night in a tight game by a point. Maur's second footballer team won also against Naomh Mearnog at home on Sunday. Congratulations to Naomi Clare and Sinead Moran with the Dublin minors, who took on Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final in Toomevara, Co Tipperary on Saturday. Also Olivia Leonard with Dublin ladies, who took on Westmeath in the Leinster Final in Dr Cullen Park, Carlow on Sunday. Well done to Dublin U13s, who made the trip to Knockavilla, Co Tipperary today. They played 2 games, winning 1 and losing one. Well done to Aoife Bissett, who played well in her game. There is one more game left at home to Tipperary in August, where Hazel Austin and Aoife will fly the Maur's flag for at U13 level for Dublin. Camogie is going well in Maur's with Meave Bogan and Megan Benson on the U14 Dublin squad.Well done to Stephen Bogan and Robert Halpin, who went to Offaly with Dublin Development U14 squads for Hurling Blitz. Huge congratulations to the U8 boys, who put on a fantastic display in Croke Park Tuesday. Another great Cul Camp in St Maur's. Thanks to Sinead Moran and Eimear Nolan, Dublin minors, showing the kids the Leinster Cup. We have two more Club Camps in August. Lotto Jackpot: €6,250. Numbers drawn were: 3-9-11-26. There was no winner. Lotto Lucky Dip of €50: Yvonne Balfe, Meadbh Kelly, Janice Connolly, June Tennant & Sheila Fay. Next week's Jackpot: €6,500.

NAOMH MEARNOG

CONGRATULATIONS to Sarah and David Kennedy on the birth of their son Ciaran. David is our senior hurling manager and early reports suggest that young Ciaran is shaping up well as a goalkeeper. The senior hurlers have 2 vital league games this week. We are at home on Wednesday night against Castleknock and away on Saturday evening against Na Fianna. The junior hurlers are in action on Thursday and Sunday. Well done to the minor hurlers, who had a good win over Castleknock during the week. On the 5th of September, the club is hosting its Annual Family Day. More details later. We are inviting the entire community to join us. Several club players were on inter-county duty over the last week. Shane Kavanagh and Dara O'Boyle, U16 hurling. Karl Bissett, Sean Hawkshaw and Dara O'Boyle, U16 football. Tommy Kinnane and Stephen James, U15 hurling. Ciara Holland, Aoibhe Dillon and Emma Forde, U16 camogie. Sophie Brennan, Leah Forde, Aoibheann Crean Lynch and Gráinne Skelton, U13 camogie. Well done to all of you. Due to popular demand, the club will be hosting another "Operation Transformation" health programme. Contact Michael Hannon for full details. The Club Lotto continues each week with the Jackpot now at €10,000. Please continue to support this important fundraiser.

NAOMH OLAF

IN the AFL Division 3 on Saturday evening, Naomh Olaf defeated Fingallians, 2-10 to 0-11 away. In the AFL Division 9, Naomh Olaf defeated St Sylvester's, 1-10 to 0-8, at home. This followed a good win in the Championship on Wednesday night, when the team defeated Clann Mhuire 2-9 to 0-7. The team are through to Championship quarter-final. In the Minor Hurling League Division 3 on Sunday, Olaf's lost out to a stronger O'Toole's side on the day. Final score: 2-14 to 1-8. On Wednesday night, three Naomh Olaf girls lined out for the Dublin in what was a first for the club. Clara O'Sullivan captained Dublin U16 footballers against Kerry in the All-Ireland semi-final in Nenagh. Roisin MacLoughlin, just back from injury, lined out for the Minor A Camogie team in the first round of the Championship against Offaly in Artane and Chloe Ni Ceallaigh was on the Minor B panel for their opening Championship match against Laois in Abbeyleix. It wasn't to be the best night for any of the teams on this occasion, but we are all very proud of the effort they put in to represent Naomh Olaf at county level. Texas Hold 'Em Poker Nights every Tuesday night in the club at 8pm. No winner of this week's Lotto Jackpot. Winning numbers: 22-26-29. Next week's Jackpot: €1,500.

O'TOOLE'S

WELL done to our minors hurlers, having two fantastic wins in the league in the past week. First up were Kilmacud at home last Wednesday, where the scoreline represents the desire in the team to play well and win. On Sunday, the lads went to Naomh Olaf to notch up another tremendous scoring win. Hunger certainly is good sauce for this team. They want nothing but to play with great gusto and be triumphant. Calling all parents and mentors, volunteers needed to bag-pack in Donaghmede SC for an hour this Friday, anytime from 12pm-9pm, to help raise funds for the Carers Association. This coming weekend in our friendly lounge, we have quizzes, games and great music. On Saturday, it's the fab 'Diablo' and Sunday 6pm-8pm, it's Chris Deans. There was no winner of our weekly live Club Lotto. The numbers drawn were 1, 13, 19 & 21. This Thursday, the Jackpot will be a cool €3,900.

PARNELL'S

BOTH our seniors and intermediates lost at the weekend. Our Karaoke Competition starts this Thursday for the next 8 weeks, so make sure to come along and have a go with prize money of €2,000 up for grabs. No winner of last week's Lotto: 4-8-18-24. Bonus: 13. There were 13 people who had 3 numbers. Make sure to get your ticket. U12s had a great day of fun in Howth on Saturday. Well done to all involved. Tickets for Dublin's next match are to be ordered and payed for by next Thursday 23rd. Prices will be advised during the week. Please ensure your membership is paid. Deepest sympathies to the family of Paul Richardson, one of our overseas members, who passed away recently. RIP.

RAHENY

OUR Kellogg's Cul Camp kicked off on Monday. Great to see so many attending. Another of our young heroes donned the blue jersey for her county. Ciara Mc Dunphy in the All-Ireland semi-final v Kerry. Unfortunately, it was The Kingdom that progressed to the final. Our U8 boys had a fab day out in Croke Park and even got to play on the hollowed ground. Thanks to all involved for making it such a great day. Our minor footballers are going from strength-to-strength. Winning again this time v Ballyboden, 3-12 to 1-9. They are looking for your support on Wednesday at home v Clontarf. Throw-in 7.30pm. This very successful Division 1 minor football team are looking for a sponsor. If you or your company would be interested, please contact Brian on 087-7641000. Our minor hurlers had a good win as well over Realt Dearg. Well done to our AFL1, who played St Brigid's on Saturday. Also, our Junior A, who beat St Vincent's in the Championship. AFL4 lost to Clann Mhuire and AFL9 had a great win over Realt Dearg. Many congratulations to another of our heroes, Ciara Burgess, who wasn't performing on the field last week, but rather in the labour ward. She is the proud mother of a beautiful baby boy. Mum and son doing well and we mustn't forget Dad, Sean, is doing great too. Ciara, in the words of a seasoned manager, Dublin minor 2033. Our Lotto is still there for the taking.

RANELAGH GAELS

FOLLOWING on from the great success of our first-ever GAA Kellogg's Cúl Camps, Ranelagh Gaels are pleased to announce details of our August Football Summer Camp. The Camp will run between Monday, August 10 and Friday, August 14. For full details, visit our website and book early to avoid disappointment. The next draw in the Ranelagh Gaels Club Lotto will be held in Birchalls on Thursday, July 30, when the top prize will be €2,700. Tickets cost just €2 and can be brought from Smyths, Birchalls, Humphreys and The Tap House. Or you can play by logging into www.locallotto.ie and playing online. Neither of the club's adult teams are in competitive action this week. The men lost to Liffey Gaels on Sunday and take on Geraldine Morans on Wednesday week. The ladies have a busy few days in the Championship next week, facing Templeogue Synge Street and O'Dwyers on Monday and Wednesday, July 27 and 29. Men's training is on Tuesdays in Wesley College, Ballinteer and on Thursdays in Bushy Park (7.45pm). The ladies team also train on the all-weather pitch in UCD on Mondays at 7.45pm. The Ranelagh Gaels Academy has finished up for the summer, but will return in September. The Academy offers Gaelic Games training in a fun and safe environment for children four-years-old and up. For details and updates on the Academy, Lotto, training, matches and everything else to do with Ranelagh Gaels, keep an eye on our brilliant website - www.ranelaghgaels.ie - and our Twitter feed (@RanelaghGaels).

SCOIL UI CHONAILL

GREAT performance by the ladies in the second half of their game on Wednesday evening to secure the win and a semi-final spot in the Cup. Good result for the senior team on Saturday evening, as they overturned a five-point deficit in the second half to draw with league leaders Round Towers. On Sunday, the 2nd football team had a great win in their game, while the Junior Bs lost out in theirs. Hurling fixtures this week, starting with a Division 4 game on Wednesday evening home to St Brigid's at 7.30pm, followed by an away game v Clanna Gael on Saturday at 6.30pm. The 2nd team head to Clondalkin on Thursday evening and welcome Whitehall Colmcille to the club on Sunday at 10.15am for their league games. The trip to Monaghan on Saturday was a great success and the 65 Club participants enjoyed the hospitality of Donaghmoyne GAA. Thanks to Ronan and Joanne for organising the trip. The touring party enjoyed food and the Munster Final back in the clubhouse on their return, with plenty of post-match analysis and entertainment during the evening. All the details of the remaining Football and Hurling Summer Camps in August are available on the club website. Great performance by Ellen Keane to secure a bronze medal representing Ireland in the Paralympic Swimming World Championships in Glasgow on Sunday evening. Special mention also for great Irish team supporters, Eddie & Laura Keane. You can keep up with all club news on our website, www.scoilgaa.com, or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

SHANKILL

JUVENILE Academy is taking a well-earned break. It will be back in action on Saturday 15th August in Shanganagh Castle at 10am, catering for 4-8 year old boys and girls. Learn the skills of Gaelic Football, Hurling & Camogie, while having fun with your friends. The cost is only €2 for each child and there is no annual subscription. Girls' U9 have a friendly match on Sunday. Men's adult teams' next match is against St James Gaels on this Thursday evening at 7.30pm in Drimnagh Castle. New players always welcome. Contact Damien, 085-2327359. For more information, contact secretary.shankill.dublin@gaa.ie or tel: 086-3215087. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join Shankill GAA Club. Your community, your GAA Club, where you're not just a number and everybody knows your name.

SKERRIES HARPS

MCMEEL'S Pharmacy-sponsored senior footballers beat Naomh Mearnog in AFL2 to maintain their promotion hopes by 1-12 to 0-6. Good wins for both junior football teams as well. Hard luck to junior footballers on narrow loss in Junior Championship semi-final during the week. Speedy recovery to Liam Hickey and Johnny Garrett. Congrats to our All-Star Lyndsey Davey (1-2) on captaining the Dublin ladies footballers to victory in Leinster Final on Sunday. Good Luck In All-Ireland series from all at the Harps. Well Done to Orlaith Durkan with Dublin's senior camogie on their win over Derry, and to Aisling Spillane on Dublin junior camogie's win against Westmeath. Fixtures: Tuesday 21st July - Camogie v Erin's Isle, away 7.30pm and junior hurling v Cuala, home 7.30pm. Wednesday 22nd July - Senior Ladies Football Championship v St Jude's, away 7.30pm. Friday 24th July - Junior Hurling v Bray Emmet's, away 7.30pm. The Club Code of Conduct document can now be viewed on website in Documents Section. Golf Society: Great outing to Swords Open on Friday, and congratulations to overall winner Darragh Coleman, and to all who supported the event. Next outing to Lisburn Golf Club on 14th August. Return bus, breakfast on arrival, golf and dinner, followed by presentation of prizes. All for €50. Contact Paul, 085-1740474. Book early to avoid disappointment. Summer Camps: Multi-Sport Camp; 27th-31st July. Camp times: 10am-2.30pm. Cost; €55 for 1st Child; €50 for subsequent children. Kellogg's Cul Camp: 10th-14th August. Camp times: 10am-2.30pm daily. Cost €55 for 1st Child; €50 for subsequent children. Nursery Camp: 17th-20th August. (note change of date). Camps: 10am-2pm daily. Cost: €50. Congratulations to Cliona Fanning and Johnny Tyndall on their wedding in our clubhouse on Saturday, and to Lucy and Gerry Daly, also married on Saturday.

ST ANNE'S

ST Anne's first Mega Draw 2015/16 takes place this Saturday 25th July and it is crucial to our club that all members & friends actively support, promote, purchase & sell tickets in this draw. Please return all completed tickets to the club any evening for processing. Well done to our adult ladies footballers, as they opened their Championship campaign last week with a well-earned draw against Ranelagh Gaels. Our senior men also recorded a good league win over St Peregrine's last week. Training continues for adult & some juvenile teams, so contact your manager for details. Remember to wear your club gear on holidays. Take a photo & send it to us at stannesgaaclub@gmail.com to be in with a chance of winning club gear & vouchers. Our next Summer Camp takes place from Monday August 17th-Friday 21st. Contact Adam on 087-6386394 for further details. Best wishes & get well soon to Eamon & Helen Callery, as they both recover from recent illness. Lucky number on 12th July was 21 with five winners. Weekly activities, including all live music sessions, continue as usual this week.​ Club vouchers available from the club bar/shop. Visit our website, www.stannesgaa.com, or our Facebook & Twitter pages for the latest on all fixtures, results & activities within our club. If you have something you want included in our club notes or on our social media network, please email pro.stannes.dublin@gaa.ie.

STARS OF ERIN

MEN'S adult team lost to Geraldine Morans. Adult ladies team play Championship on Wednesday in Glencullen against St Patrick's Donabate. Bag-Packing takes place in Dunnes Stores, Ballyogin on Saturday 25th. All support welcome. Clothes Bank in carpark. This is a fundraiser for the club. Please use. No winner of Lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn: 14-18-21. €20 winners: Becky Flood, Sylvia Harmon, Sophie, Ben & Shane. Next week's Jackpot: €1,700. Thanks for all your support. Congratulations to Gavin & Ruth on the birth of their baby son.

STARLIGHTS

LOTTO results 18th July; numbers drawn were 4-15-16-23. No winner. €50 winners were Audrey O'Brien c/o The Swiss Cottage, Santry, E McCabe c/o The Coachman's Inn and Kaye Larkin c/o The Swiss Cottage. Next week's Jackpot is €2,450. Many thanks for your continued support. Members' fees are now overdue and are payable immediately to John Cooley or any committee member.

ST BRENDAN'S

LADIES Footballers commenced their Junior G Championship with a victory over Garristown last Wednesday. The ladies are back in Championship action tomorrow evening, away to Man-O-War at 7.30pm. Football 2nd team exited the Junior D Championship away to St Finian's Swords last Thursday, but bounced back to defeat Crumlin in AFL10 on Sunday. Football 1st team were beaten by 4 points to Fingallians on Sunday morning. Hurlers in league action this evening away to St Sylvester's in AHL6 at 7.30pm and are at home to Liffey Gaels this Sunday at 11am. St Brendan's GAA Saturday Kidz Club continues this Saturday morning at 9.30am. Any parents interested in enrolling their children to play for St Brendan's, please contact Paul McDonough, 087-6701064 or Malachi Doyle, 086-3322076 or email secretary.stbrendans.dublin@gaa.ie. Details can be found on our Facebook page, also Twitter, @stbrendansdub7, or check out our website, www.stbrendansgaa.org. Training continues for the footballers this Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm and for the hurlers at 7pm at Longmeadows. Ladies team are training on Monday and Wednesday at 7.30pm. Finally, well done to our U9 team, who played an exhibition match in Croke Park last Tuesday.

ST BRIGID'S

WELL done to Rose Collins, Grainne Quinn and the Dublin Camogie senior team, who had a great win up in Derry on Sunday. Congratulations to Noelle Healy, Ciara Trant, Colleen Barrett, Sorcha Furlong and the Dublin ladies football team on winning the Leinster Senior Football Final last Sunday. Best of luck to our inter-county hurlers this weekend in their respective quarter-finals. Johnny McGuirk senior, Eoghan Dunne, Johnny McGuirk junior, Cian O'Sullivan, Donncha Ryan and the Dublin minor hurling team v Antrim on Saturday. Daire Plunkett and Alan Nolan with the Dublin senior hurlers, as they take on Waterford this Sunday in Semple Stadium, Thurles. Our Club Nursery is on summer break and will return on 29th August. The Club Lotto Hackpot remains a massive €15,000, with the reserve rising to €8,400 for this week's draw in The Vineyard on Thursday 23rd July. The St Brigid's GAA Summer Camps start this week and will run for 3 weeks in July and August. Week 1; Club Camp: July 20th-24th. Week 2; Kelloggs Cúl Camp: August 10th-14th. Week 3; Nursery Camp: August 18th-21st (Tuesday start). Age: 4-7. For bookings and more information, see the club website or contact Paul: 087-9154748. The full range of St Brigid's GAA gear is available on our online shop on the club website. For up-to-date St Brigid's GAA fixtures and results, visit our website, www.stbrigidsgaa.com.

ST COLMCILLE'S

ADULT Football: The league match that was fixed for Sunday 19th July away to AIB was cancelled. St Colmcille's will gain the points from this match. Training continues on Tuesday and Thursday of this week, 7pm-8pm in Balheary. All players please attend. Lotto: numbers drawn on Monday July 13 were 3-8-24-30. No winner of the Jackpot. Next week's Jackpot stands at €12,100. Thank you for your continued support. Envelopes can be gotten in the clubhouse bar, The Harp Bar, The Estuary Bar and The Pound Bar. The draw take place every Monday night in the clubhouse bar. Darts: No matches at present. Pool: The pool team run a weekly competition in the clubhouse bar every Monday. Call in for more information. Golf: The Annual Liam Maxwell Golf Classic takes place on Friday 31st July in Corrstown Golf Club. A team of 4 costs €200. Winners' prize; four 32-inch televisions. Contact George on 087-2935355. Thank you to all who attended the Foundation Award Football Course on Friday and Saturday. 5-Card Poker is held in the clubhouse bar each Friday evening. There are rooms available for rental for private functions and parties. If you wish to have anything added to the club notes, please contact us at Secretary.stcolmcilles.dublin@gaa.ie.

ST JOSEPH'S/OCB

ADULT footballers beat Starlights in league last week. Adult hurlers have a league match away to O'Toole's this Thursday evening. Inner City Tournament will take place on 18th-21st August. Lotto result for July 13: 3, 7 & 18; no winner - €1,500. €20s: Clare Daly TD (Gaffney's), Scott & Ellis Doyle (Bridge Tavern), Git & Jaffa (Bridge Tavern). Congrats to both Karl Beatty and Alan O'Rourke on recently becoming dads. Congrats to Mark Joyce on his nuptials in Germany. The club extends sympathy to the family of Joe Connolly on his recent passing.

ST JUDE'S

THERE will be a concert in The Academy this Thursday in aid of the victims of the Berkeley tragedy. There is a full line-up of excellent acts and all proceeds will go to the Berkeley survivor fund. More info and how to get tickets can be found on our Facebook page. Well done to our dual star Emily Browne and the Dublin U16B camogie side, who overcame Antrim 1-8 to 0-9 in the All-Ireland Championship on Sunday. Congrats to Helen, Leah and Dublin senior camogie side, who beat Derry 0-12 to 0-8 and are now within reach of an All-Ireland quarter-final spot. Commiserations to Hannah and the Dublin minor ladies, who were defeated by Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final. She has been a great leader to that team throughout the year and the club can be very proud of her. Only 1 week until the Summer Camps begin. Registration is available on the club website. Lotto results: numbers drawn; 12-23-25-29. No Match 3 or 4. Jackpot next week: €7,900.

ST KEVIN'S/KILLIAN'S

TRAINING for the junior men's team is Tuesdays at 6.45pm and Thursdays at 7.45pm at the GAA pitches in Kingswood. New members always welcome. If you are interested, just pop along to one of the training sessions or contact the club (see club website for contact details). The junior men's team next match is in the league on Tuesday 28th July, away to Ballyboughal. Kilnamanagh-Glendalough Cycle Rally 2015: The Cycle Rally is this Saturday, the 25th July 2015. You can register to cycle in the rally here - http://stkevinskilliansgaa.com/cycle-rally-2015-registration-form/ . If you can't cycle, don't worry, you can still come along for a day of fun with a picnic in Glendalough and then back home to Kilnamanagh to greet the cyclists, as they return and join in for a BBQ, raffle and more. There is a coach going to Glendalough, but booking is essential. Please book your place here - http://stkevinskilliansgaa.com/cycle-rally-2015-coach-booking-form/. The Academy and U10s are on their summer break for a few weeks. Hopefully the kids are out and still kicking ball at home. Advertising opportunities for local businesses with the club are still available for 2015. If you, or someone you know, is interested, please see the 'Advertising' page on the club website www.stkevinskilliansgaa.ie or contact kevinskillianspro@gmail.com for more information.

ST MARGARET'S

NO winner in the Lotto last weekend, Next week's Jackpot is €5,000. Numbers were 6-12-13-19.€20 winners are May & Granny, Ester Sutton, A Milling, Stephen Reilly & Mary Ratcliffe Junior. Juniors had a great week, reaching the quarter-final of the Junior D Championship last week with a hard-fought win against Ballyboden, winning in terrible conditions 0-10 to 1-6. We now play Finbarr's in the semi-final. They also had a great win in the league, beating Round Towers of Clondalkin 1-18 to 1-5. They have a break this week. Well done to the intermediate footballers, who had a good win in the league against Round Towers Clondalkin, 3-11 to 1-13. No games this week. U12 girls' football will return this Wednesday night at 6.30pm after a 2 weeks' break. If you would like any information, contact Emer or Caroline Kennedy. Hard luck to Emma Colgan & the Dublin minors, who were unfortunately beaten by Cork in the semi-final of the All-Ireland. Huge effort from all the players & their management team. Emma, you had a fantastic year and we're very proud of you. A huge congratulations to Muireann Ni Scannaill on winning a Senior Leinster Championship medal with the Dublin seniors, as they beat Westmeath 2-12 to 0-11. Best of luck in the All-Ireland Series. There will be an Advanced Academy for our Under 14s & 15s, which will take place on the 27, 28, 29 July from 6.30pm-8.30pm. All players are asked to attend. Get in touch with Finbarr Shanahan or Sean Kelly if you have any questions. Our very own Summer camp will take place 10-14th August in St Margaret's. If you would like to get some information on this, please feel to get in touch with Terri or Sean Kelly on 083-4471121.

ST MARK'S

GREAT win for the senior footballers on Saturday evening. Senior hurlers playing against Ballinteer St John's at Marley Park at 7.30pm on Tuesday the 21st of July and then again on Friday evening the 24th of July against Raheny in McGee Park at 7.30pm. Please come and support. St Mark's All Sports Summer Camp takes place the weeks of the 10th of August, and the Kellogg's Cul Camp on the week of the 17th of August. Golf Classic 24th July, 4-person team €300. Contact Patrick Murphy, 085-7456436. Music will follow the Golf Classic on Friday evening by "After Hours". All welcome. Sports Day 22nd of August. Anyone interested in helping out, please contact Robbie Glynn on 087-6696288. St Mark's GAA Club presents The Kube on the 5th of September 2015. If you have not received your sponsorship card, please get it as soon as possible. Also, if you are still interested in entering, please contact Neil Ussher on 086-2273123 for more details. Slimming World every Tuesday, 5.30pm and 7.30pm. All welcome. Function rooms available for hire. Contact the club for more details. Irish Dancing classes every Saturday morning. Registration at 11.15am-11.30am for new members. Call Anne Marie Martin for details on 085-1635058. Bingo every Thursday evening in the main hall. Everyone welcome. Set-Dance classes every Monday at 8pm. Music in the club this Saturday the 25th by "Quest". Please continue to support the Club Lotto. Tickets €2 each or three for €5. €900 Jackpot not won. Numbers were 3-21-23-28. Six by €50 winners: 1 Bernadette Casey c/o Bingo 2 Michael Mooney 3 Joey Cannon 4 Noel Dunne 5 Sandra Malone 6 Carol Halloran c/o Bingo.

ST MARY'S SAGGART

RESULTS from last week. Minors lost to Kilmacud, seniors lost to Castleknock, juniors had walkover from De La Salle. Our thanks to all 181 children who took part in the Kellogg's Cul Camp, our highest number ever. Our thanks to all the coaches and the Dublin players and especially to Wendy Lucas, who kept control of all the mayhem. Date for your diaries: the Annual Golf Classic takes place in Citywest on 2nd October. Further details will be published shortly. Monthly Whist takes place this Thursday night from 8.30pm sharp. New players are welcome. Club Lounge and hall available to hire for parties and functions. Still some dates free for the summer months. For more information and to make your booking, contact John on 086-3700137 or john@saggartgaa@gmail.com. Lotto numbers drawn: 3-16-23-28. There was no winner. Next week's Jackpot €600. There was one Match 3 winner of €100; Cathal Kelly, Newbridge, Monthly Ticket. Next week's Match 3 will be for €100 win/share.

ST MONICA'S

TEAM of the Week goes to our adult ladies team, who enjoyed an emphatic win over Round Towers Lusk in the Championship on Wednesday night last. The girls are not in action this week, but will have two vital Championship fixtures next week against Garristown (27th July) and Man-O-War B (29th July). Both on the back pitch at 7:30pm, so pencil these dates into your schedules as the girls would greatly appreciate all your support. The AFL team lost to St Finian's of Newcastle on Saturday by the narrowest of margins, 3-7 to 2-8. Next up for the lads is a home games versus St Margaret's. There was no winner in last Thursday's Club Lotto. Numbers drawn out were 3-4-7. This week's Hackpot will be in excess of €450. Tickets can be purchased from the clubhouse any evening after 5pm. Our Annual Mini-Leagues for children 5-13 years will take place from the 10th-15th of August. More details to follow shortly. Gaelic4Girls training will take place on the back pitch on Saturday at 12pm. Players from our U10, U11 and U13 teams are requested to attend and new players are most welcome. Remember to visit our website, www.stmonicasgaa.com, for all the latest news and updates from St Monica's GAA Club.

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT'S/EOGHAN RUADH

CONGRATULATIONS to intermediate football team on very good win over Kilmacud Crokes in quarter-final of Junior Football Championship last week. Well done also to senior football team on good win over Ballyboden St Enda's in league. Minor hurlers also had a good win over Clontarf in league. Best wishes to intermediate and junior hurling teams in quarter-finals of Junior and Junior D Hurling Championships in August. See fixtures for details. Fixtures: Monday 20th - Intermediate Football v St Brigid's, Russell Park @ 7.30pm. Wednesday 22nd - Senior Hurling v Erin's Isle, MSP @ 7.30pm. Intermediate Hurling v Faughs, MSP @ 7.30pm. Thursday 23rd - Junior Hurling v Erin go Bragh, MSP @ 7.30pm. Junior Football v Templeogue Synge Street, MSP @ 7.30pm. Saturday 25th - Senior Hurling v Faughs, Tymon North @ 6.30pm. Intermediate Hurling vs Ballyboden St Enda's, Ballycullen @ 6.30pm. Sunday 26th - Junior Hurling v Naomh Barrog, Pairc Barrog @ 3pm. Tuesday 28th - Junior Football v St James Gaels, MSP @ 7.30pm. Wednesday 29th - Senior Football v St Maur's, MSP @ 7.15pm. Intermediate Football v St Finian's, MSP @ 7.15pm. Minor Hurling v Ballinteer St John's, MSP @ 7.15pm. Thursday 30th - Junior Football v AIB, DCU St Claire's @ 7.30pm. Saturday 15th August - Senior Hurling B Championship v Naomh Fionnbarra, MSP @ 6.15pm. Junior Hurling Championship quarter-final v Naomh Fionnbarra, MSP @ 6.15pm. Sunday 16th August - Junior D Hurling Championship quarter-final v Skerries Harps, Skerries @ 10.15am. Thanks to everyone involved in organising and running of the Summer Camps over the past two weeks. Another Hurling, Football & Camogie Camp will be held from 17th-21st August. Contact Johnny McGlynn @ 086-0276459 for full details. Lotto numbers for 19th July were: 1-5-10-18. No winner. Match 3 winner: McKenna 3, c/o Paul Cullen. Jackpot now €4,950.

ST PATRICK'S, DONABATE

THE numbers drawn for the Lotto on Friday 17 July were 12-19-23-28. The Jackpot wasn't won. The five envelope winners were Jo Duignan, Ann O'Hanlon, John Connaughton, Brigid Farrell & Derek O'Connor. Next week's Jackpot is €4,000. Thanks for your support. The next date for the Juvenile Diary is the Mini All-Ireland, which commences 24 August, 6pm. Check our Facebook page and website for more information in the weeks ahead. Congratulations to our senior footballers, who beat Naomh Barróg on Saturday, 3-14 to 0-8. Our junior footballers also had a great win in Clontarf, 4-18 to 1-08. #COYBIGnB. Well done too to our valiant U8 boys, who took to Croke Park last Tuesday with a great display of football and teamwork. We're looking forward to watching you guys come through the ranks. Well played to Pat's own Alex Ryan & the Dublin ladies minor squad, who unfortunately came off the wrong end of a fantastically-played All-Ireland semi-final against Cork. We're very proud of Alex and all the Girls in Blue. We're delighted to report that tickets for 'The Sunday Game in Donabate' on 1 August 2015 are selling fast. Please remember that this is a ticket-only event. If you'd like to join us at Donabate Golf Club, with Marty Morrissey MC and a panel of Joe Brolly, Ciarán Whelan & Tómás O'Sé, tickets are available from Paul Kiernan, 087-6212162, Rory O'Neill 087-7841551 or Katrina in the Pat's Office (€25). The show begins at 8.30pm with music to follow. Finally, great excitement this week at Ballymastone, as the 5-day installation of floodlights began at 8am on Monday 20 July. Sincere thanks to the club's executive and sub-committees, who have given so much of their time to bring our club to this position. #ProudToBePats.

ST PATRICK'S, PALMERSTOWN

THE Lotto numbers for this week are 4, 10, 15 and 20. There was no winner this week, so next week's Jackpot will be €2,600. Draw takes place in The Palmerstown House every Sunday night at 10pm and tickets cost €2. Thank you to all our sellers and to all that support our Lotto every week. We will be holding our next Summer Camp on the 10th-15th August from 9.30am1.30pm. Everyone welcome. Camogie Skills Session is on every Friday, 6pm-7pm, in Glenaulin to all camogie players U11-U16 and any new players are welcome. Hurling/Camogie Creche is on in the clubhouse every Monday evening, 6pm-7pm, and on Saturday morning from 10am-11am, also in the clubhouse. Well done to all the boys and girls on another great night of hurling in the camaint this week. A great effort from all involved.

ST PEREGRINE'S

THIS week's Lotto was not won. The numbers drawn were 7, 16, 23 & 25. Next week's Jackpot is €4,200. Well done to the Junior As on a great win over Whitehall on Sunday. Putting them 3 points clear in AFL6. Thank you to everybody that supported the Car Boot sale on Sunday. Volunteers are needed for a bag-pack on 1st of August. Please contact Aileen if you can spare a couple of hours. Well done to Martha and Racheal, who played pivotal roles in the Dublin U16 win over Antrim in Blakestown on Sunday.

ST VINCENT'S

A FANTASTIC night was had on Saturday in the club, where boxers from St Vincent's faced off against The Prison Officers, all in aid of the St Francis Hospice. Thanks to everyone involved for all their hard work for such a great cause. The senior footballers match v St Jude's has been moved to this evening at 7.30pm in PNU. St Vincent's Golf Society Outing. Captain's Prize - Johnny Greene. Malahide Golf Club. Friday 17th July. Tee-time: 1.30pm-2.30pm. Cost €35. Golf + prizes. Contact Norman Bernard; 083-11981/Paul Martin; 085-1107678. Summer Hurling continues on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in Ardscoil Rís from 6:30pm-8pm. We hope the boys and girls are already practising hard for the Freestyle Hurling Competition. Summer Football is on every Monday and Wednesday from 6.30pm-7.30pm in Marino Top Circle until the 5th August. Open to juvenile boys, U8-U10. Freestyle Hurling Competition open to all juvenile boys & girls. Summer Camp started this week: 20th July. Cul Camp: €55. 27th July; Vincent's Camp: €50. August 10th; Vincent's Camp: €50. All Camps are Monday-Friday. Family discounts available. Online booking on website homepage. 01-8335722 or email vinssec@tinet.ie to book now. The Sunday Night Sing-A-Long continues every Sunday night at 8pm. All welcome to a great night in the club. Only €3 admission. Book your Quiz Night now. Easy and fun way to raise your team's funds. Last year the average funds raised was €1,500+. You supply the questions & prizes, we do the rest. Host your party, fundraiser or function at the club. Complimentary cake, flowers & party decorations for all occasions when you book now. Call Michelle at 01-8335722 or email vinssec@tinet.ie for more details. Sponsored by www.preciouspetals.ie & Donnelly's Bakery on Philipsburgh Avenue.

THOMAS DAVIS

SENIOR footballers had a draw away to Cuala on Saturday. Intermediates beat Ballyboden in the league. Minor hurlers were beaten by Jude's. Well done to Bobby McNulty, Olwen Carey and the Dublin ladies, who beat Westmeath in the Leinster Final. Hard luck to Shannon O'Grady and the Dublin minors, who lost to Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final. Best of Luck to David Keogh and Adam Fitzpatrick, who play for Dublin U16 footballers in the Gerry Reilly Cup Final on Sunday against Cavan. Lotto numbers were 16-18-22-24. The lotto was not won and next week the Jackpot is €10,000. Well done to everyone involved in our record-breaking Hurling Camp last week. Everyone enjoyed a week of fun and games. Thanks to all the coaches, coordinators and organisers. Reminder to all members, the Super Draw is ongoing. Tickets can be purchased from the clubhouse or can be gotten through members. The Echo are currently running a competition for a new set of jerseys. We kindly ask all members to send in the vouchers, which can be found inside the paper. Condolences to Denis Bastick and family on the death of his sister.

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