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The Bulls V Na Fianna
21st March 2015

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U11 Mentors 2017

Please contact outside of business hours or contact by email
Mentor Contact
Gerard Creighton (lead mentor) 086-8160818
Seán Murphy (hurling lead mentor) 086-8198766
Aidan Conlon (League Contact) 086-6079758
Michael Dalton 087-2800136
Peter Kenny 086-8223242
Michael Bredican 086-2552859
Shane Meehan 087-7414897
Gavin Woods (League Contact) 086-1714185
Tony Geoghegan 086-3886799

Latest News / Nuacht is deanaí

Training now on Club Astro - Seafield Road

Same time - 18:30 to 19:30 - Monday and Friday.
Please arrive and on time.

Remember to bring lights for your bike!

2006 Boys – Parents Update

Welcome back to everyone after the all too short summer break!
Normally it’s a good time to reflect on the year so far before we head into the second part of the season… which so far has been great. We now have 52 active players at U11 and on the evidence of our matches this season it has been great to see how well the boys have developed through the year. Highlights have included 
Visiting to Croke Park, 
Hosting Danesfort hurlers from Kilkenny
Hurling trip to Birr and watching the subsequent Dublin V Galway game
Getting to the final of the Ballyboden A hurling invitational, and most recently 
Winning in the Camaint finals in Parnell Park  
It was also great to see so many of the boys involved with Belgove School’s Junior football and hurling teams that were so successful over the last year.  
As mentors, our objective will continue to focus on the development of your boy as an individual and as part of the group. Our collective goal is to enable him to reach his full potential as both a footballer & a hurler. We also want him to enjoy himself. In assessing the boys we will also continue the emphasis on the three A’s
Attitude - Listening, doing what you are asked, trying your best, helping your team mates, respecting your opponents, mentors and refs  
Attendance - At training and matches on time and being ready to play
Ability - In terms of skills, fitness and team play 
Looking forward, the move into fully competitive leagues at U12 is fast approaching. This will be a significant change from Go Games which we have been playing for the last few years. We want to update you on some important points arising:
Grading games in both Football and Hurling will take place in the early part of next year for each of our three squads; results from these matches will determine which division each squad will be in across both hurling and football. 
The league season will then formally commence in April and run for the remainder of the year.
As many of you will have seen in the matches played this year, the standard of both football and hurling has increased considerably. While we have competed well, it’s important that the boys continue to progress. 
Before confirming the squads for the grading games, we will be re assessing all players, in both Football and Hurling, over the course of the rest of the year, so it will be important that your son keeps working on the three A’s - this is something that we will be talking to the boys about in the next week. 
In order to help, we would ask parents to encourage attendance at training - training really is the key for player development. 
We have tracked attendance at training for the last year and there is a clear correlation between attendance and progress that the boys make. In addition there will be a particular focus on Strength and Conditioning for the next period which, given the boys age, will be really important not only for their physical development but also for injury prevention.  
After the great success of our hurling trip away, we are planning a further day trip outside Dublin for a Football Challenge before the end of the year - we will circulate details when plans have been confirmed. 
Good news is also that the club have secured access to St Pauls until Christmas so our home matches on Saturday will continue to be held there 
We think everyone will agree that three new sets of jerseys have great, we have noticed that one of the jerseys,  a red No.11, has gone missing; so we would ask you to check to see if you have this and return it to a mentor 
Finally we would like to thank all the parents that help out with lifts, pitch set up and jersey washing etc. throughout the year. We are all volunteering to give our children a positive experience, helping with these tasks makes coaching an even more enjoyable experience for us mentors.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of the mentors. Contact details are on the website, but please make contact outside of work hours.
U11 Boys Mentors 
August 2017

Next Training


Code Monday @ 18:30 to 19:30
Club Astro
Friday @ 18:30 to 19:30
Club Astro
Hurling 13/11/2017 17/11/2017  
Hurling 20/11/2017 24/11/2017  
Football 27/11/2017 01/12/2017  
Hurling 04/12/2017 08/12/2017  
Football 11/12/2017 15/12/2017  



League Fixtures


Date Code Opposition Location Time
25-Nov Hurling Ballinteer HOME 11:10


Provisional Fixtures

Provisional Fixtures

Hurling 26th August, 2017 Away Ballinteer St Johns  vs Clontarf
Football 02nd September, 2017 Home Clontarf  vs Naomh Mearnog 
Hurling 09th September, 2017 Home Clontarf vs Erins Isle 
Football 16th September, 2017 Away St Brigids  vs Clontarf 
Hurling 23rd September, 2017 Away Fingallians  vs Clontarf 
Football 30th September, 2017 Home Clontarf  vs St Sylvesters 
Hurling 07th October, 2017 Home Clontarf  vs Thomas Davis 
Football 14th October, 2017 Away Raheny  vs Clontarf 
Hurling 21st October, 2017 Away Lucan Sarsfields 1 vs Clontarf 
Football 04th November, 2017 Home Clontarf  vs Cuala 1
Football 11th November, 2017 Away Clontarf vs St Colmcille(Meath)
Hurling 18th November, 2017 TBC Clontarf vs Whitehall
Hurling 25th Noivember, 2017 Home Clontarf vs Ballinteer
Football 2nd December, 2017 TBC St Vincents vs Clontarf
Hurling 9th December 2017 Home Clontarf vs Na Fianna

Training Teams

Match Reports

Mentors and Coaching

Coaching is done on a volunteer basis and the mentors do so as a way to contribute to the community of Clontarf and surrounding areas.

  • All coaches are parents of players and are members of the club.
  • Please be respectful of the coaching staff during our training sessions and match fixtures. 
  • Please arrive on time.  This makes our job a lot easier and in turn a more enjoyable experience for the kids.
  • We openly encourage parents to get involved, support and encourage all of the kids regardless of ability.
  • We would however ask that you and your child listen to and follow instructions given by the mentors.

If you are interested in Coaching? 

We need more help for the 2016 season. So if you are bored standing on the side line or if you feel that you can make a positive contribution please volunteer to get involved. It is a great way to spend time with your child and be part of the community.
We can do with all the help we can get and don’t worry it only looks like hardwork!

House Keeping

Upcoming weekend fixtures are typically send out by Teamer Alerts and posted to this web page on the Tuesday/Wednesday prior to our matches. But please check the website on Friday evenings in case there are any late changes / cancellations.  

It is important that we arrive on time to both home and away fixtures, so the players can warm up and hit the ground running when throw in comes.

Useful Links:

To FIND Pitch Locations
Hill 16 web Site


Please arrive 10 minutes before training is due to commence. 
New players are always welcome.

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Seafield Road West,
Clontarf, Dublin 3.

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Club Pitches - Páirceanna
Pitches 21, 23, 30 St. Anne's Park (Juvenile), St. Paul's College, Sybill Hill (Juvenile),
Pitches 34, 35 St. Anne's Park (Adult). St. Paul's College, Sybill Hill (Nursery).
DCC, Alfie Byrne Road (Juvenile)


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