extended notes sept 20th

ADULT GAMES:
 
Senior Football:
Seniors were defeated by Clanna Gael Fontenoy 1.8 to 0.6 in AFL 3.
 
Junior B Football:
B's lost in the league to Kilmacud Crokes (2-7,2-10).
 
Junior C Football:
C's had a big win over Peregrines (7-9,1-2), a result which confirms promotion for this team. With 2 league games remaining just one win is needed to capture the league title. Against Peregrines a number of minors made big contributions. Aidan O'Donoghue at  midfield was magnificant, while up front Craig McConnell was man of the match scoring a superb 3-1
 
Junior Hurling:
Training Tue/Thur. League games next Sunday for Junior A and B teams
 
JUVENILE GAMES:
 
Under 16:
U16A footballers had a good win against Cuala in the league. Best for Clontarf were Jack McCaffrey, Niall Dunleavy and Ross O'Hanlon.
 
Under 12:
Hurlers lost to a strong Naomh Mearnog team. Best for Clontarf were Conor Byrne and Craig McMullen
 
Under 11:
Hurlers had 2 fantastic wins over St. Vincents in Div 1 and a win over Ballyboden. SE
 
Under 9:
Hurlers had a bye this weekend.
 
LADIES GAMES:

Intermediate Ladies:
Challenge V Raheny Pitch 34 Wed 23rd. Wishing Carrie O'Connor and the Dublin squad and management success in Sunday's All- Ireland Final.
 
U13 had a close run match with O'Dwyer's in the Championship.
 
U12's had a great win over Lucan Sarfields in the Championship Clontarf 3-6 Lucan 0-4
 
U11's - A great performance with Division 1 team V Kilamud Crokes in a close run match.
Divsion 3 team showed a great performance against Templeogue, especially Ellen Doyle and Sadbh McKeon
 
Check www.dublinladiesgaelic.ie for up to date fixtures and results
 
GENERAL:
 
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