Skerries Harps to roll out the blue carpet
BIG day at the sea-side next Sunday.
Skerries Harps will officially open their new clubhouse.
The ceremony will begin at High Noon.
In the afternoon, the Dublin senior ladies footballers and the Dublin senior camogie teams will be in action.
It will be a proud occasion for Harps hero, Lyndsey Davey, the captain of the Jackies.
It will recall the memorable night when another famous Skerries captain, Bryan Cullen, brought home Sam.
The presence of the Dublin camogie side will highlight the huge contribution of another Harps hero, Denis Murphy, to the sport. He managed the Dubs with distinction.
Last Sunday week, Jim Gavin brought the Dubs to town. Dublin played Galway as part of the new clubhouse celebrations. The legendary Bobby Beggs was rememebered.
Bobby played for Galway and the Dubs.
He's a folk hero of the coast.
All were impressed with the club's splendid new facility.
Craobh's kindly deed
CRAOBH Chiaráin made a winning start in the Dublin Senior Hurling 'A' Championship last Friday night.
They beat Na Fianna in their Group 1 clash.
The Craobh are wearing the 'See Change' ribbons as they promote positive mental health.
The 'See Change' organisation works to bring about a positive change in the public's attitude towards mental health. More information on www.seechange.ie
Fins' top of the class
FINGALLIANS are the Leinster champions.
They won the award for the club doing the most to promote the Irish language.
The competition is organised by the GAA and Glor na nGael.
"The victory is an honour for everybody in Dublin working for the language. Keep up the good work," states Liam O Culbaird.
Setanta's culture club
SETANTA will welcome Japanese students from DCU this Thursday for a hurling/camogie event at their club in Ballymun (6.0).
The DCU side are called Nihon Gaels, and they have been working hard on the ancient craft. Following the exhibition, there will be a celebration of cultural exchanges in the clubhouse.