Congrats to our u-21 hurlers on a great win over Offaly in the Leinster final last Wednesday at Tullamore. It made for a great week as our minors were crowned Leinster champions three days earlier. Well done to our supporters who travelled on the Friends of Dublin Hurling bus and to all those who made their own way there. Their support was valued by the players. Joe Fortune and his team have put in three years with the u-21 grade and the victory was well deserved. Sean Treacy was voted man of the match and he will be honoured at The Friends of Dublin Hurling function at the Red Cow Hotel on Friday November 18th. Well done to our camogie team who had their best performance of the year and drew with Tipperary at The Ragg. By drawing the game they have kept their chances of progressing to the quarter finals but they need to beat Derry next Saturday by 25 points – a tall order but not impossible.
Under 16 camogie – Megan Thomas (Erins Isle)
Senior camogie – Fay McCarthy (St. Judes)
Under 16 hurling – Ciaran Murphy (Whitehall Colmcilles)
Senior hurling – Darren Renaghan (Setanta)
All support for these players very welcome – finals begin at 12.30pm
We will be having our All-Ireland Hurling Week Golf Classic at Powerscourt on Wednesday August 30th. The cost of a team of 4 is €350 and the format will be a scramble. To book a slot call Michael at 0872331983.