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St. Brigid's GAA Club Notes 21st June 2015

posted Jun 22, 2015, 3:41 AM by Naomh Brid

Summer Camps 

Our annual sports camps will be starting on Monday 6th July and will run for three weeks. The second week will be the GAA Cul camp. Camps will start at 930am and finish at 2pm each day. Cost per child is 40 euros, 2 children is 60 euros and 3 is 80 euros. Children must be of school going age. For more details contact Kieran on 0879093149, email or contact John on 0873791691 

Schools Finals 

Congratulations to Brideswell NS girls and Ballybay NS boys on winning the school's finals last week.


We want to wish our u14 boys and their management team the best of luck in the Feile Peil na nOg next weekend. 



This week’s Jackpot €7,800.  Numbers drawn 1/12/14/18.  No Jackpot Winner. 2 Match Three Winners, receives €100 each;


David Kilduff, Glanduff, Kiltoom

Andy McDonnell, C/O Hamrocks, Brideswell


Our U10's took part in a Go Games Blitz on Saturday last in Fuerty. We had two teams on the day and our opposition was made up of teams from St Dominics and Clan na Gael. Both were very competitive and performed excellently throughout. The lads can be very proud of their display on the day. A big thanks to St Ciarans for the refreshments provided.

Squad that featured,

Conal Benton, Jimmy Carney, Billy Ray Dolan, Niall Derwin, Josh Dowling, Daniel Egan, Jamie Fox, Noah Heavey, Ewan Joyce, Robert Keenan, Jack Kinahan, Paul McManus, Cormac Meeley, Sean Minnock, Brendan Murphy, Thomas Muldoon, Charlie O'Carroll, Donnchadh O'Reilly, James O'Rourke, Luke Sylvester, Sean Tiernan and Roan Trundle.

U-12 Boys League Final 

Well done to the St Brigid’s team for capturing the Division 1 league title following an impressive victory over St Ciaran’s on Sunday last at Ballyforan. Our lads won comprehensively in the end but St Ciaran’s, even facing into a strong wind into the first half, started the brighter and showed lots of intent in the early stages. Our defence thankfully was rock solid during this period and once our boys settled, they found their rhythm and carved out a fourteen point lead at half-time. St Ciarans had the aid of the wind in the second half and battled bravely but our lads pushed strongly for home. They outscored Ciaran's 5-2 to 1-3 after the break to secure some long-awaited silverware for this team. Well done to every single player and a word of thanks to team manager, Padraig Sugrue, coaches Enda Nugent, Johnny Doyle and Richard Canny for having the players in great shape for the final. The following is the team and full squad who featured on Sunday: Kevin Derwin, Adam Donovan, Shane Daly, Liam Hennelly, Micheal Sugrue, Daniel Meeley, Thomas O'Brien (capt.), Daniel Keenan, Ronan Doyle, Brian Nestor, Conor Hand, Oisin Canny, Bobby Nugent, David Dolan James Goose, Jamie Curley, Harry Griselain, James Rourke, Bryan Armstrong. 
On Saturday, St Brigid’s participated in the Easyfix Finals in Kilconnell against St Gabriel’s. The lads put in a brave performance despite losing out to the home side.



The division 1 team had a comprehensive victory over Boyle in the first round of the championship last while, while the division 4 side lost away to St. Croan's.