Fundraising – U14 Girls Football & Camogie Féile

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Fundraising – U14 Girls Football & Camogie Féile

 

A clothing collection in conjunction with Bag2School Fundraising will take place on Saturday 7th February from 10am until 2pm. Bags can be dropped to the Ballinteer St. Johns Clubhouse car park between those hours.

 

This is a great opportunity to sort through your wardrobes and donate any unwanted textiles which can be returned in any kind of bag.  This can include adult and children’s clothes, shoes (tied together please), hats, belts, handbags and teddies. The clothes have to be of good quality for reuse. Please NO duvets, pillows, bedding, curtains and towels.

Dublin Post Primary Schools Success

Congratulations to Jesus and Mary College Goatstown on winning the Dublin Post Primary Schools Junior  C Camogie Final last Friday 23rd Jan in Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club. Ballinteer St Johns was well represented by players and manager. 

Go Games – Boys 2007

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Go Games – Boys Football & Hurling 2007

Since our group started in the nursery we have been training and playing in blitzes as preparation for our first official GAA games – “Under 8 Go Games” starting in Feb-15. Over the coming weeks we will be allocating the boys into 6 teams of 8-10 players per team. In keeping with the spirit of Go Games, each of the 6 teams will have a mix of abilities and each player will be encouraged to play in different positions. From Feb-15 each team will play 2 x 20 minute games of football / hurling every second Saturday alternating between home and away.

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