This Saturday our Senior Hurling Team take on Crumlin in the first round of the Senior A Hurling Championship at 4.30pm in Parnell Park. Crumlin made it to the semi final stages last year and our boys will need all your support on Saturday. We hope that as many of you as possible can travel to the match and make your voices heard. We will unfortunately be without our captain Cormac O Brien who fractured his thumb in the last match. We wish Cormac a speedy recovery in time for the next round!
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Our Senior footballers had a week to remember this week after recording two fantastic wins over Cuala and Naomh Mearnog on Wednesday and Friday.
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There are lots of adult football matches this week to keep you entertained, with our Senior team in action twice this week and our Junior A and B teams in action at the weekend.
This Saturday morning at 11.30am our senior hurlers face Armagh in a challenge game in Marley Park. After wins against Shelmalirs of Wexford and Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny and a successful start to their league campaign with a win against St. Oliver Plunketts ER, the senior hurlers will be hoping for another successful day out against Armagh.
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Our U13 girls recorded a superb win last night against Naomh Olafs. Making a great start against the wind the St Johns Girls played great football to go in at half time 6 points up. Playing win the wind in the second half it was about playing smart and getting some fast scores on the board. Scoring 3 goals and 3 points they ran out 7 point winners on a score of 6-9 to 5-5. Fintan O’Curry has helped to train the girls over the last four weeks with Helena Fahy, Joe Keegan and Peader O’Shea. This expertise showed as this is the first time the U13 girls have beaten this Olafs team. Congratulations to all the girls for their commitment at training and courage on the pitch which made lead to this victory.
Our adult footballers had a great just gone with some fine performances resulting in two wins and a draw.
Heartbreak for Ballinteer was to ultimately follow the early joy of leading by 1-2 to no score at half time. After recording the first point of the second half into the wind the Ballinteer faithful who had made the trek to Swords for this Dublin Division 1 Féile Peile Final were starting to dream of further representative action for these wonderful girls who have done so much to make their Club and families proud.
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With the cancellation of the Championship fixtures for this week, the final round of league fixtures have been moved forward to this weekend, which means all our adult teams are in action.