Follow us on Facebook: Bray Emmets GAA club and Twitter: @brayemmets
Lotto: The numbers drawn were: 2, 30,21,11
The next jackpot will be: €19,900
Michael Duffy wins the Lucky Dip and wins €25.
Please sign up here, it’s a fantastic way of supporting the club and winning some cash.
We would like to convey our heartfelt sympathies to chairman Liam McGraynor and his family on the death of his mother Josie at the weekend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you on this sad occasion.
Well done to the Senior Camogie Team on their fantastic victory on the Junior County Final on Saturday. Well done to players, coaches and officials involved. You did us proud!
Big week for the club
It’s a massive week for the club. It started with the Junior Camogie Final in Aughrim which was a great result but there’s more to come.
On Saturday the 10th we are hosting our annual Kick Fada for men and women. The women’s competition starts at 12.30 and the men’s at 1pm. There is also a Family Fun Day taking place on the same day, throwing in at 11 with a massive blitz, stalls and a host of activities. Please support this great day out. Free entrance and parking. (see attached leaflet)
We are also raffling two Football All-Ireland tickets, please dig deep. The draw takes place on Saturday at the Family Fun Day (See attached leaflet).
We are also in a recruitment drive. Please share the attached leaflet with your friends and neighbours. (leaflet attached)
On Sunday 11th, we take on Rathnew in the Quarter Finals of the Football Championship. Throw in is at 5.15 in Aughrim. Please support by turning up on the day with flags and in your Emmets gear.
Dates for your Diary
Saturday 10: Kick Fada/Family Fun Day 11-3
Football Championship: Bray Vs RAthnew, Aughrim, 5.15, Sunday 11th
Bray Emmets vs Arklow
On Saturday 3rd September, the Adult Camogie team played Arklow in the Junior Final in the County Grounds in Aughrim.On what was a very wet morning in Aughrim.The throw in was 11.30am so an early start.
We dominated the game throughout with fantastic performances from all the girls.The final score was 8.7 to 0.2.Our first touch and movement showed the amount of work the girls have put in over the last two months.This win now moves us into the Interimediate Grade.
The team on the day .Sophie Mooney, Emma Davis, Brona Murphy, Emily Stephenson, Vicki Crimmins, Lauren Sweeney, Nicola Holland, Sabdha Eglington, Niamh McCormack, Coaimhe Lohan, Roisin Quigley, Capt,Jenny, Molloy, Aoife Connaughton, Kellie Gilbert, Clare Holland, Kellie Waters, Amy Barry, Ericka Bellamy, Claire Benville.
Scorers Kellie Gilbert 5 goals, Clare Holland 1.1,Aoife Connaughton 1pt,Coaimhe Lohan 3pts, Amy Barry 1g,Kelly Waters 1g,Niamh McCormack 2pts.
A big thanks to all our Supporters on what was a dreadful morning but brightened up by a great performance.
A tough week for the u-14 hurlers who despite two good performances emerged on the wrong side of two scorelines.
Wicklow u 14 A Hurling Championship: Michael Dwyers 5-13 Bray Emmets 1-6
Travelling to Ballinakill on Wednesday 31/08, a number of late withdrawals due to injury and illness necessitated fielding with a reorganised defence, and although the lads tried very hard, a skilled and efficient Michael Dwyers found space. Two quick goals at the end of the first quarter gave the momentum to Michael Dwyers, who then put on an exhibition of long range point scoring. The sides went into the break with Michael Dwyers in control on a scoreline of 3-07 to 0-3, the Emmets points scored by Brian and Sam. The Bray lads fought for everything in the second half and despite some further points and a well taken goal by Sam, they couldn’t work their way back into the game which finished Michael Dwyers 5-13, Bray Emmets 1-6. This was a very good game and seemed much closer and more competitive than the scoreline suggests.
Team: Ben, Tadhg, Aaron, Jamie, Seb, Adam, Eoin, Sam(1-2), Peter, Jack, Cathal, Gavin, Brian(0-4), Rory, Andrew, Luan, Oscar, Rian, Daniel M, Conor
Dublin Hurling League Div 5: Castleknock B 4-05 Bray Emmets 3-0
Hoping to continue their good run in the Dublin league, and to put Wednesday’s disappointment behind them the u-14s travelled to play Castleknock B on a miserable wet afternoon Saturday 3/09. On a huge pitch the game settled into the, by now, usual pattern in games with Castleknock, huge intensity and effort and tough hurling for the first twenty minutes…. and no score. An enthralling first half looked like it might end scoreless, but Castleknock then found the net with a rather fortunate lob from distance and Philip and Sam replied with a goal each. We went into the break with Bray leading by two points, and many bearing the scars after a very physically demanding half. The second half continued as the first finished, Castleknock goaled and Bray responded again with a goal through Sam. Bray conceded score able frees and got none in return, and as bodies wearied as the game drew to a close , Castleknock were able to draw on subs that we did not have and they exploited the spaces that weary bodies struggled to fill and ran out winners , Castleknock B 4-5 Bray Emmets 3-0.
Team: Ben, Daniel F, Aaron, Eoin, Tadhg, Adam, Jack, Sam(2-0), Seb, Brian, Philip(1-0), Fionn, Andrew, Rory, Rian, Conor, Daniel M