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Bray Emmets club notes week August 28th

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Bray Emmets club notes week August 28th

Bray Emmets club notes week August 28th

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If you wish to have your club activities included in the notes please contact [email protected]. Remember to include the event’s date, time and venue.

Shield Final Winners

Congratulations on a great win for the U14 Camogie team in the Shield final against a very sporting Éire Óg, Greystones. Comhghairdeas mór le gach duine a ghlac páirt ann !!!

u14 shield winners

u14 shield winners

 

Foireann : Áine Farrell, Alannah Harrington, Amy Butler, Aoife Canavan, Catherine McGarry, Ellen O’Doherty, Erica Brierton, Fionnuala Crowley, Jasmine Kennedy, Kaleigh Broderick, Madge Redmond, Mary-Anne Aherne, Pearl O’Connor, Róisín Benville, Saoirse Canavan (Captaen), Sarah Lambe.

Bainisteoir –  Brian Lambe, Mentors Eugene Canavan and Neal O’Doherty.

 

 

Coffee morning returns

The Coffee Shop is back this coming Saturday the 2nd September. Hot Sausage and Bacon Bagels, Crepes, Muffins and Scones. Healthy Option Baked Eggs with Spinach. Tea Coffee Hot Chocolate. All Welcome. Thanks in advanc from the Coffee Shop Ladies.

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Wicklow U16 Hurling 

Well done to  Seán McDonagh, Rory Lambe, David Maloney, Conor Hardiman and Michael Timmons. The 5 lads played Roscommon, Donegal, Antrim and Tyrone, contributing some great goals and points. Emmet Bhré abú !

 

Scór na nÓg

 

Blessington GAA will proudly host the Scór na nÓg on Fri 20th Octobr 2017.  Scór is a GAA competition that combines all the colour and rivalry of Gaelic Games with the social/fun element of Ireland’s traditional past-times. The competition was established by the GAA in 1969 with the aim of promoting Ireland’s traditional pastimes and culture while offering club members the chance to meet up, have fun and represent their club during the winter months while Football and Hurling had ceased.

 

There are eight events/disciplines in Scór that cover all aspects of Irish culture:  Figure/Céilí Dancing, Solo Singing, Ballad Group, Recitation/Scéalaíocht, Léiriú Stáitse/Stage Presentation, Instrumental Music, Set Dancing and Table Quiz. The competition is divided into two age levels, Scór na nÓg, for young people under 17 and Scór Sinsir, for those over 17.

 

Anyone interested in finding out more information can contact Kathryn Noone County Irish Cultural Officer [email protected]  086 8664931 , Catherine Behan on 087 1224019,  e-mail [email protected] ,  or Noreen Kavanagh [email protected] .

 

Within Bray Emmets, you can also contact Brian Lambe (087-6970589) who is the club ‘Oifigeach na Gaeilge’.  Go raibh maith agaibh agus tá súil againn go mbeidh suim agaibh ann.

 

Match reports

U-15 Wicklow Hurling Championship

Northern Gaels 1-07 Bray Emmets 8-06

Once again this side’s ability to score goals proved the difference in a very entertaining game in Greystones, in excellent conditions on Wednesday night. The scoreline does little justice to a game that seemed tight and competitive throughout as Emmets struggled to build momentum. The first half played as a tight struggle in the middle third, both sides took the same number of scores but Emmet’s proficiency in front of goal brought them into the break leading comfortably on a scoreline of 4-01 to 0-05. Northern Gaels started the second half strongly and a goal and a point quickly narrowed the Emmets advantage. However, Bray’s forwards continued their good form in front of goal and four further goals and some fine point taking sealed the win. There were excellent performances all over the pitch with standout displays from Fionn (in goals) Jack T, Eoin, Jamie, Rory, Zack and Oscar. Once again the collective display by the defence as a unit was excellent. Special mention to Sam who made the long journey from Ballybunion to line out, and to Tadhg A who scored his first point for the team from an unfamiliar half forward position.

Team: Fionn, Tadhg Mac, Luan, Jack T, Eoin H, Adam, Daniel F, Sam (1-0), Jamie(1-0), Cathal (0-1), Rory(2-0), Brian(1-02), Conor, Zack(2-01), Daniel M, Oscar(0-1), Andrew, Tadhg A(0-1), Conor M.


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