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LUCAN SARSFIELDS’ CLUB NOTES MONDAY February 24th 2014

November 8, 2018

LUCAN SARSFIELDS’ CLUB NOTES MONDAY February 24th 2014



 



Membership is now due for 2014.  We encourage all members to renew as soon as possible by following the link on our website.  We particularly extend an invite to Parents and Guardians of our Juvenile members to consider one of our family options.  All players up to U21 are now included in the family options.



The Adult Hurling Leagues swing into action this weekend.  Our Senior Team are away to O’Tooles and our Intermediate Team are also away to St Brigids.  Both games kick off at 10.30am.  Our Div 8 team take on O’Dwyers at home at 3pm.  Please remember to confirm times and venues in the bar on Saturday evening Tel 6240744, on our website or twitter @lucansarspro



 



25 Card Drive every Friday night at 9pm in the Clubhouse Bar – all welcome. €5 entry with €50 1st prize.



 



A new members card system has been installed in the bar on a trial basis.  The system will offer benefits for Club members and will initially be trialed on a 3 month basis.  Please support this initiative.



 



Golf Society AGM at the clubhouse on Thursday February 27th at 8pm. All golfers old and new welcome.



 



Set Dancing classes every Wednesday @ 8.30pm



 



Strictly Come Dancing is coming to Lucan! Our events commmitte are looking for dancers, volunteers and experts to help stage the show.  Please contact Josephine Donohue, Mary Reynolds or Mary Flannery.



The Social Initiative Group are delighted to present Na Rogairi - a group of outstanding young musicians - Saturday 1st March at 9.30pm in the Clubhouse bar. Enjoy the sound, enjoy the food, enjoy the company, enjoy the night!



 



Our Adult Football leagues kicked off last weekend with excellent wins for our Senior and Div 7 Teams over Ballinteer and Oliver Plunkets ER respectively.  Our Div 10 team were unlucky against St James’ Gaels whilst our Div 4 team came up against a very strong Parnells outfit.



 



On the Hurling front hard luck to the Minor A’s who lost out to Thomas Davis in their first outing of the season.



 



The Juvenile Teams finally got to use the parks with 510 players from 37 Teams in Camogie, Hurling and Football taking to the field last weekend.



 



Our U9 hurlers overcame Bray Emmets at home while our away team came up against a very strong Kilmacud side in Oatlands.  The Team battled well in the first half of ground hurling but Kilmacud pilled away in the second half of air hurling and scored some excellent points.



 



Our U10 hurlers had wins at home over Cuala and Na Fianna.  There was some excellent skill on display in both games with the standard of hand passing particularly impressive.



 



The U11 hurlers were up against St Vincents and came away with 2 wins and a draw, while our U12’s were also in action on the northside where they had an impressive victory over Naomh Barrog.



 



On the football front our U13s were comprehensively beaten by Skerries and St Sylvesters.  Our U14As had a good win over local rivals St. Pats 3-08 to 3-07.  On Sunday morning the U15As had a narrow loss in Div 1 with a St Vincent’s penalty with the last kick of the game securing the home team a 1 point victory. 



 



Our Camogie Teams made a great start to the season with clean sweep. Our U13 Div 1 and 3 teams had wins over St Vincents and St Pats, our U15 Div 1 and 3 over Judes and Kilcoole and our U14 Div 1 team secured a victory over Na Fianna.



 



 



Our nurseries continue every Saturday from 1.30pm at the Clubhouse.  New players are always welcome and registration is just €10 for both Hurling and Football.  This is your chance to participate in a training session led by Dublin Hurling Captain Johnny McCaffrey.  Each week over 150 boys and girls practice their skills and improve their overall physical well being in a safe and controlled environment on our purpose built all weather facility.  Check out our website for more details.



 



In conjunction with the GAA Lucan Sarsfields is running a fundraising draw on March 17th. There are many great prizes including a trip to Oz with the all stars and premium tickets to the All Ireland finals. Tickets are only €10 with the entire €10 for each ticket sold going to the club.  There will be an additional bonus draw for Lucan Sarsfields entrants with 5 pairs of premium tickets to 1D and Garth Brooks to be won also.



 



 



There was no winner of Sunday night’s €6,000  Lotto. The unlucky numbers were 9, 20, 21, 23. This weeks lotto is for a jackpot of  €6,500 sponsored by Newcastle Golf Centre with Collette Condon’s Team in charge. 


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