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Lotto: The numbers drawn were: 2, 30, 21, 11
The next jackpot will be: €20,000
Congratulations to Aoife O’Grady who wins €25 in the Lucky Dip.
Please sign up to our club lotto here, it’s a fantastic way of supporting the club and winning some cash.
Support for Scór!
Scór os asking all clubs to support the Scór Sinsear County Performance and Quiz Final which will take place in St Kevin’s Hall in Blessington on Saturday 24th February. The Performance Final will begin at 7pm with the Quiz commencing at 8pm. All entrants must be over 17 as of Jan 1st. If you would like a copy of the rule book please let us know and we will get one to you ASAP.
The Leinster Final of Scór Sinsear takes place in the Helix on March 11th and the All Ireland Final takes place in Sligo on April 17th. The winning quiz team will go directly to the All Ireland Final and will also take home the Tom Walsh Memorial Shield.
Your club membership is now due
Your club membership is now due for 2018. Please pay here
Coffee shop volunteers
The Coffee Shop on Saturday mornings is in desperate need of volunteers. If you’re free just pop up to the clubhouse on Saturday morning between 10-1pm. Even if you can spare an hour it would be very much appreciated. It’s great fun and we promise not to take it too seriously .
New Bray Emmets gear
The club shop has new club gear from Power On Sports. in stock. We have a small supply of the rain jacket and training top in stock and the bottoms are due in early February. The club shop is open every Saturday morning from 10.30am.
BE FIT is back!
BE FIT (Bray Emmets Fun in Training) is backwith a variety of indoor & outdoor circuits, army style obstacle course, Pilates, yoga and aerobics. Every Tuesday & Friday 7-8pm.
All welcome, male & female, we cater for all levels of ability. If further information required please ring PJ 086 8217631 or Linda 086 8566202.
Promoting club activities
If you wish to have your upcoming club activities (fundraisers, meetings, trips etc) included in the notes please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to include the event’s date, times, cost and venue.
Lucan Sarsfields 2-12 Bray 1-12
The Bray minor hurling team got there Dublin campaign off the mark on Sunday in a dour and mucky Arthur Griffith Park against Lucan Sarsfields. The Lucan outfit had laboured there wears in Division 1 since U12 and to everyone’s surprise found themselves in Division 2 this year.
The game was somewhat hampered by the poor underfoot conditions and persistent drizzle which fell relentlessly for most of the game. However, to the credit of both teams a lot of hard skillful hurling was produced which added to a good spectacle for a mid-February match. Both side were even at the break through a combination of fine marksmanship and free taking.
The second half was a rip-roaring one for Bray who eased into a 6 point lead only to be pegged back by a fine Lucan goal and a combination of points from needless frees. With two minutes to go a speculative high ball into the Bray goal mouth produced a deflection to the net which ended the contest. The final score line of 1:12 to 2:12 was somewhat disrespectful to Bray in that a draw would have been the fairest result – but we have won games with similar good fortune and these results even themselves out over the course of a season.
This was one of the fines displays to be produced by this team in terms of the opposition, weather and pitch conditions and the fact that we were missing 5 starters from key positions across the team.
If this performance heralds what can be anticipated from the year to come we are in for a cracking season.
Team: Tony Jackson, Joe Phelan, Sean Mc Donagh, Ben Kearney, Michael Timmins, Mac Dara O Midheach, Sid Hunt, Ronan Mc Mahon, Davy Maloney, Ciaran Mc Kay, Conor Hardiman, James Anders, Andrew Conway, Rory Mulcahy, Tadgh Mc Carthy.