Extended notes nov 3

Extended Clubnotes - November 2nd
 
ADULT GAMES
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Senior Football:
Seniors play Naomh Barrog in their vital 2nd last league game, Wed at 8pm, pitch 34, all support welcome.
 
Junior Hurling
A's host St. Kevins Sunday, pitch 34, 2:30pm in their last league game. Back to the club after for refreshments.
 
B's travel to play Raheny, sunday, p34, 2:30pm in their last league game.
 
U21's:
Championship 1st round at home to Scoil Ui Chonaill, Sat. 2:45pm
 
JUVENILE GAMES:
 
Under 16's train Thursday at the clubhouse.
 
Under 14:
U14 Hurling Clontarf vs O’Tooles
Clontarf comprehensibly won this friendly against O’Tooles. Clontarf fielded 15 made up of 7 U14’s and 8 U13’s.
Clontarf were very strong leading at half time 6-5 to O’Tooles 2-3. Conditions were atrocious with torrential rain almost throughout.
In the second half Contarf moved their full back up to half forward and vis-a-versa. This led to a more interesting second half – particularly for the new full back line.
Conditions remained poor and Clontarf remained in control of the game. Best for Clontarf were Stephen Smith, who was the rock when he moved to full back position in second half, Luke Holden in goals and frozen ! Declan Monaghan, ‘Caffro’ McCaffery and Aaron Casey.
 
Under 12:
Halloween horrors for the U12 footballers with both A and B sides going down to heavy defeats.
 
Under 10:
U10 footballers were in action against st Brigids and turned in a fantastic performance coming home 161-47 winners. Man of the match performances by rioghan McCarthy, Eoin Quigley and Daire Vickers. Well done to all, keep up the good work.
 
Under 8 Football:
Cluain Tarbh Under 8's welcomed St Vincent's to St Paul's on Saturday in what turned out to be a well fought local derby. The weather made it a really great morning for football. Cluain Tarbh started slowly in all the first round of matches and showed a little too much respect to Vincents. The second round of matches proved far more rewarding with strong scores from Cluain Tarbh evening out the contest but it wasn't enough to haul back Vinent's with the final combined score coming in at 82 points for Cluain Tarbh against 108 points for Vincents. Well done to all the boys for their efforts.
 
Well done also to the 3 newly qualified referees making their debut in Go Games who all did great.
 
LADIES GAMES:
 
U16 Next match V Cuala,  8th Nov at 15.00pm, pitch to be announced.
 
U14 Ladies beat Na Fianna 5-11 to 4-5 in Div 1 League match on Saturday 31st October.  Many thanks to 13s who helped out and thanks to all the supporters who cheered the girls on. Next Match V Ballyboden in Rinsend - Division 1 Championship 7th Nov at 17.00pm - all support needed
 
U13 girls defeated in league. Hard Luck to everyone great performance in second half. Next match V Cuala on the 8th Nov
 
U11 Division 1 - next match Clontarf V Cuala on 7th at 14.15pm
U11 Division 3 Hard luck against St Pats Donabate
 
Gaelic 4 Mothers - Any mammy who wants to learn about gaelic, but also increase the fitness whilst having a bit of fun - starting Monday 9th Nov 8.30 - 9.30pm Contact Ray Doyle or Sue Lillis if interested - all mammies welcome who want some fun.
 
GENERAL:
 
Many thanks to all the bag packers and Parents Committee who ran a successful fundraiser at the weekend.
 
Club AGM takes place this Thursday at the clubhouse at 8pm.
 
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