Extended Clubnotes - November 9th
Seniors drew with Naomh Barrog in the league and then beat Nh Fionnbarra by 2pts in their final league game tonight.
Junior B Football:
AFL8 team host Ballinteer on Sun at 11am, p34 in their league semi-final playoff, all support welcome.
A's drew with Kevins (0-18,2-12) in their final league game. B match v Raheny was posponed.
U21 Footballers play Scoil Ui Chonaill on Thur, p34, 7:30pm in the Championship 1st round.
U16 footballers had a good league win away over Skerries with a great team performance. Ross O'Hanlon was excellent in goal again
U16 hurlers had a great win over Craobh Ciaran, comeing from 6pts down in the 2nd half to win by 6, thanks to a great team performance.
Footballers had a great win over Oliver Plunketts (2-12,1-3)
Under 12 Hurlers lost to Faughs
Well done to hurlers who had 2 great wins over Ballyboden (20-6 and 17-5), assuring at least runners up spots for all 3 teams with 1 series of games left to decide the league title destination.
U16’s had a great win over Cuala – 4-7 to 1-6
U14 ladies were well beaten in div 1 Championship final by Ballyboden St Enda’s on Saturday in Ringsend. Ballyboden were a very strong team and played some great football. Our backs were to the wall from the throw-in. To their credit, though, the Clontarf girls never gave up, they showed great heart and kept going right until the final whistle.
It was a great achievement for the team to get to the final having only moved up to Division 1 this year and it would be fair to say that they played some excellent football to get there. Many thanks to the U13 girls Caoimhe, Fiona, Eva, Ciara and Grace, who played during the championship campaign.
It is a sign of the commitment of the players that some of them were out again on Sunday to play with the U16 girls in a league match, despite, having played such a tough match on Saturday night.
On behalf of the team and mentors, I would like to thank those from the club, the executive committee and all the parents and friends who travelled to the game, we really appreciated your support and assistance on Saturday and throughout the year.
Div 1 Girls put up a great display in the Final V Cuala, loosing out in the last few minutes. A great display by all.
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 8.30pm. Contact Ray Doyle or Sue Lillis if interested - all mammies welcome who want some fun.
Paul Casey was elected as the new chairman at the recent AGM.