Clubnotes – Monday May 26th

Lotto results for May23rd Nos.5,16,23 and 24.. Jackpot not won. Winner of €100 Noel Shorten c/o The Coach Hse. €50 Tom Coleman and Gus Curtin c/o B.H. and €50 Bríd Coleman BSJ. Joker Consolation prize David Conway. Next week jackpot €5,600 and Joker €1,050. BSJ Bingo every Monday at 8:00 pm.

A mixed week for Adult Football. . Our depleted Seniors footballers lost St Judes and St Brigids bringing an end to our fantastic unbeaten run. The Junior A team continued their good form with comprehensive wins over Ballyboden St Endas and Ballymun Kickhams. The Junior B team had a great win away over Innisfails. and their weekend match V Crokes is re fixed for Tues May 28th in Marlay at 7-15. Our Junior C team had a great win over Ballyboden St Endas at the weekend.

Senior Hurlers home match v Kilmacud Crokes on Wednesday 29th I Marlay Park at 7:30. Intermediate Hurlers play Cuala on the BSC AWP on Wed at 8:00pm. Junior Hurlers away to Whitehall Colmcille in Cloghran on Thurs May 30th at 7:30. All Support welcome.

Our Annual Fundraiser Bingo for St Michaels House takes place next Friday at 8:00 pm.

Clubnotes – Monday May 19th

Lotto results for May16th Nos.4,17,19 and 20.. Jackpot not won. Winner of €100 Des and Grainne Mulligan. €50 Patricia Monks and Rita Bolger. Joker Consolation prize won by our own Runai Gerry Watchorn. Next week jackpot €5,400 and Joker €1,150.. BSJ Bingo every Monday at 8:00 pm.

Plenty of Adult Football action this week. Tuesday 21st the Junior A’s Ballyboden in Ballycullen while the Junior B’s play Innisfails in Ballgriffen. On Weds night our Senior team play St Judes in Abbotstown. All games are at 7:15 pm. Full support Requested. On Sunday morning the Senior Footballers play St Brigids, Junior A play Ballymun Kickhams and Junior B’s play Kilmacud Crokes. All matches are at home and pitches and times to be confirmed.Keep in touch with facebook and twitter. On Sunday evening the Junior C’s play Ballyboden in Ballycullen at 3.

Senior hurlers got another 2pts in the league with a great win over Craobh Chiarain. Ronan Collins Ian O Hehir and Brian Smith were excellent. However on Saturday they lost narrowly. Our Intermediate hurlers had a bad week with a loss to Realt Dearg in the championship and to Fingallians in the league. Our Junior team had an outstanding win on Sunday morning where they came back from 8pts down to beat Erin go Bráth by the bare minimum.

The Senior ladies football team had a fantastic win in the championship against away to Garda Westmanstown on Wednesday 15th 1-15 to 2 10. The junior ladies put up a great fight before losing to a strong Round Towers Lusk team. Congrats to Ladies Feile under 14 Football Team on reaching the semi finals of Dublin Feile Div 1.

Condolences to the Flynn family on their recent sad bereavement.

Thursday next we welcome 5 time all star winner Joe Canning and friend of the club John Green and his team from Camile Thai. Joe will oversee Minor Hurling team training at 7, then make Camile Thai jersey presentation followed by Q & A session. Fáilte roimh cách.

Clubnotes – Monday May 12th

Lotto results for May 9th Nos. 5,8,22 and 24. Jackpot not won. Winner of €100 Brian Hainsworth, €50 David and Terry Carpenter. Joker Consolation prize Betty McCarthy. Next week jackpot €5,200 and Joker €1,100.. BSJ Bingo every Monday at 8:00 pm.
Thanks to all the BSJ volunteers who participated with the Darkness into Light on Saturday. Over 35 club members assisted with car parking stewarding, clearing up after the event and providing tea and coffee to participants.
Excellent week of results for Adult Football. The seniors had two big wins, V Oliver Plunketts on Wed. anf Fingallans on Sunday. They now top of the table Dublin Div 1 after 5 games.
The Jun A team drew with Round Towers on Tues night but won a real battle against St Brendans on Sunday on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-13 to remain one point off the top of the table. Davy Deveraux- played for Wicklow in Leinster Championship Saturday evening and turned out for the seniors on Sunday in the second half. The Jun A team drew with Round Towers on Tues night and beat St Brendans on Sunday to remain one point off the top of the table.The Jun B team drew with Naomh Mearnog on Tues night and drew again on Sunday V Scoil U Chonaill . The Jun C team beat Na Gael Oga on Thurs night. Congratulations to Ben, Jack and Liam who all featured for Dublin Minors in their win over Wexford

A fantastic home win for our Minor Hurlers against Na Fianna on Sunday which gives them 5 wins out of 6. Great displays from Daire Casserley, Ian O Hehir and Liam Smith. Thursday night sees our Junior Hurlers playing away to Clontarf in the championship at 7.15. All support welcome.

Fixtures
Thurs 16/5 Junior H. D Champ. v Clontarf St Annes 7:15,
Sat 18/5 Senior H Div 1 league v St Judes Tymon 6:30
Inter H Div 4 v Fingallians away 6:30
Sunday 19/5 Junior H Div 8 v Erin go Brath away 6:30
Tuesday 21st May Junior F. Div 5 v Ballyboden St Endas Ballycllen 7:15
Junior F Div 7 v Innisfails Balgriffin 7:15
Wed 22nd May S.F. Div 1 v St Judes Tymon North 7:15.

Senior Footballers fall to Brigids, as Junior As and Junior Cs record victories

Senior Football
A returning Paddy Andrews inspired St Brigids to a win in this clash on Sunday morning. In very windy conditions Brigids registered the first point playing into the strong wind. However two goals from the goal scoring machine that is Aaron Bradshaw and another from Glen Whelan, responded to on two occasions by Brigids with their own goals, left the score at 3-3 to 2-4 in favour of BSJ at half time. A strong rear guard defensive display against the wind by BSJ wasn’t enough to prevent Brigids getting the decisive goal late in the second half. The absence through injury of some of our big performers and the loss of two more through injury during the game didn’t help the cause but Brigids ran out 3-10 to 3-06 deserving winners.

By Gerry O’Donnell

Junior A Football
The Jun A team kept up their winning form when they comprehensively beat Ballymun . We started in great style and by half time Peter Flanagan (5),Eoghan Seoige, David Quinn, Naoise Croinin, Niall Dunphy, Colm O Donnell, Shane Mc Cann, Conor Budd, DJ Corbett and David Faughnan all got on the scoreboard. At HT we went in 0-16 to 0-2 up. In a second half which saw goals from Naoise Cronin and Eoghan Seoige there was no let up in the effort and we won on a final score of 2-26 to 0-4.

So at the half way stage in the league we are lying third one point behind Crokes and Templeogue having dropped only 1 point out of 14.

By Kieran Duffy

Junior C Football
Missing a good few regular first 15 players and coming off a bruising recent defeat in the last game, this AFL Div 11 South away game could have been a potential banana skin. However, the Ballinteer St Johns 15 who took to the field had other ideas. Opting to play with a strong wind it took less than 3 mins to get the first goal. Over the next 15 mins the floodgates opened, as Ballinteer racked a further 7 goals to lead by 8 – 4 to 3-4 lead at half time. In the second half, playing against the wind, it was a case of absorbing the backlash and closing the game out, which Ballinteer duly did, running out easy winners, 8-10 to 5-07.

There were several impressive aspects of Ballinteer’s play. The support play in the forwards was excellent. Decisiveness in shot taking was first class, with Ryan Hanley (3 goals), Tiernan McDonnell (2-1) and Billy Davern (1-4) getting all their scores from play. In all, there were 8 scorers from play. With such focus on attack, it was inevitable that we would get caught too high up the field and concede some scores. The Boden goals, when they came, were mostly from breaks where we had left ourselves short on cover – something for us to look at in training. The backs were solid throughout, but particularly in the second half when Boden, now playing with a strong wind, threw everything into attack. Joe Sheehan’s shorter kickouts in this half were all won by Ballinteer, with the exception of one which the wind caught and brought out of play. Two of Boden’s goals came late in the game, taking a bit of the gloss off the win, but we are back to winning ways and looking forward to the next game. In the meantime, there is serious competition for starting places, which will make training interesting over the next two weeks.

By Louis Gunnigan

Midweek wins for Junior A & B footballers as Seniors suffer first defeat of the season

Senior Football

Having won 5 out of 5 the seniors faced a real test against the in form St Judes away in Abbottstown on Wednesday. On the night the much stronger Judes 15 outplayed an understrength BSJ 15. The first 25 minutes was even but 3 points on the trot in the next 5 minutes gave Judes a 9 points to 4 half time advantage. A goal for Judes shortly after the restart sealed our fate and despite great work and endeavour from the lads particularly Eoghan Fitzpatrick, Diarmuid Kennedy and Jamie O’Connor, St Judes ran out comfortable winners. It was a great learning experience for some of the younger members of the panel who played their first full 60 minutes in Division 1.

By Gerry O’Donnell

Junior A Football

Our mid week match saw us pitched against our neighbours Ballyboden. Despite been depleted we started brightly but poor shooting saw us kick 6 wides in the first 15 minutes and allow Boden to go into a 3 point lead. An outstanding goal from Colm O Donnell from an excellent 40 yards pass from Niall Dunphy started a good run of scores and we went in 4 points up at HT. A goal by Shane Mc Cann goal from a penalty mid way through the second half gave us an 7 point lead but we allowed Boden back into the game and the lead was cut to 2 points. We rallied well in the last 5 minutes and won by 5 points on a scoreline of 2-15 to 1-13.

By Kieran Duffy

Junior B Football

We had a great win 1-16 to 2-8 on Tuesday evening against Innisfails. We started well with good movement up front but we let Innisfails back into it in the 2nd half but we finished strongly including a goal from John Hickey to win by 5 points.
Everyone played their part notably Eoin Walsh in goals, some fine fielding from Denis Healy & Kevin Power, and good forward play by Cian Duffy, David Gillick & Oran McIvor.

By Junior B Management

Senior Footballers go 5 from 5 in the league, while Junior A’s win and Junior Bs draw

Senior Football

A great win for the senior footballers yesterday against Fingallians to make it 5 out 5 leaving them sitting top of Div 1. In a tough and physical encounter we built up a good lead in the first half with points from Aodhan Clabby, Donncha Carey, Robbie Gaughan amongst others. However a goal for Fingallians before half time brought them back into it. Well taken goals from Luke Naughton and Aaron Bradshaw settled the nerves in the second half and with points including some well worked ones from Bradshaw,  Carey and Michaèl O Croinin we were well worth the winning margin at the end. Final score BSJ 2-16 Fingallians 2-8.

By Gerry O’Donnell

Junior A Football

Having dropped our first point in the league to Round Towers mid week it was important to pick up a win against St Brendans who were a point below us. In an extremely physical and competitive game we started well but failed to put enough on the scoreboard. However the second fifteen minutes of the first half saw us take control and we went in 5 points up at HT . The first 15 minutes of the second half saw us go 8 points up but Brendans pull it back with a few scores on the trot. We scored the next few points and were 6 up five minutes into injury time. There were an unbelievable 14 minutes of injury time during which Brendans bought it back to 3 points but we held on for a very much deserved win on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-13 . All players put in a 100% effort . Best for us were Fionn Mooney, Naoise Cronin, David Faughnan , Niall Dunphy and Shane Mc Cann.

By Kieran Duffy

Junior B Football

Cian Hallinan rescued a draw for us with a last minute free which he buried into the back of the net! After a great first half from us, Scoil Ui Chonaill got a quick fire 1-03 just before half time to reduce the gap to 6 points going into the break. Scoil came back at us and were on top most of the 2nd half but we kept going and Cian’s last minute goal got us a point!
Special mentions to Kevin Davis, Denis McCambridge, Gavin Fahy, David Gillick, John Hickey & Cian Hallinan.

By Junior B Management

BSJ Minor Hurlers make it 5 wins in a row

BSJ Minor Hurlers continued their winning run on Sunday 12th May in the sixth game of the MHL2. They defeated Na Fianna in Marlay Park with a score of BSJ 5-11 to Na Fianna 5-5. The lads showed great skill, determination and guts to secure victory. This is their fifth win in a row and puts them in a great position as they take a break to concentrate on their Leaving Certs.

Clubnotes – Monday May 5th

Lotto results for May 4th Nos. 2,6,8, and 17.. Jackpot not won. Winner of €100 Jack Banbury, €50 Gerry Lawlor c/o Ballinteer House and Martin Colreavy.. Joker Consolation prize Phil Kenny. Next week jackpot €5,ooo and Joker €1,000.. BSJ Bingo every Monday at 8:00 pm.

A big week week of Adult Football ahead. Tonight Jun A play Round Towers Clondalkin in Monastery Rd ,Jun B play Naomh Mearnog in Portmarnock. On Weds night the Seniors play Plunketts in Martin Savage Pk
On Thurs night the Junior C play Na Gael Ogra in St Catherine Pk. All games at 7-15. On Sunday morning the Seniors play Fingallians at 10-30.the Junior A play St Brendans and the Junior B play Scoil U Chonaill both at 12. All are home games but venue TBC. Keep in touch with twitter or Facebook. On Sunday afternoon the Junior C play St Annes in Loretto at 3:000 pm.

Intermediate Hurlers lost to Brigid in the championship in a very close game. Good displays from Dave Harney, Cian Deignan, Paul Corcoran and Mick Bradley. Our Junior hurlers were well beaten by a strong Thomas Davis team in the championship in the afternoon. Next Sunday our Minor Hurlers play at home at 11.00 in the league all support welcome.

Well done our Boys under 14B footballers on winning the Div 10 Dublin Feile, beating Raheny 0-8 to 0-2. and our U14 A’s who qualified for play offs but were beaten in their semi final.

Child Protection course now mandatory for all mentors/ referees Next Course Friday May 10th at 7:30 pm. To book contact Sandra 087-2249845 sandrafeely@gmail.com.

Both Ladies football teams top their tables, as they both record midweek wins

Our adult ladies footballers continued their good start to the season on Wednesday 1st May.

Senior 1
Our Division 3 team had a fine win away to Naomh Barrog, 4-11 to 3-5, making it 3 wins from 3 in the league. On a great night for football our ladies produced a super team performance and were the stronger team throughout. The defence was very composed against a fast Barrog forward line whilst the midfield and forwards combined well by moving the ball fast into the danger zone. Next up for the team is a championship match on Wednesday 8th against Templeogue.

Junior 4
Our 2nd adult ladies team also continued their great start to the season with an away win at St Annes. The girls won 5-6 to 1-4 making it 3 wins from 3 games. This is a new team entered this year and to be top of the league after 3 games is a great achievement. Next up for the team is a championship match away to Clontarf on Wednesday 8th.