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Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes Sunday 15th July

July 15, 2018

Good win for Senior footballers vs Olafs 3-16 to 1-13. Inters put themselves back in contention for promotion with a strong win vs O’Dwyers 22pts to 5; Jnr Bs drew and unfortunately the Jnr As footballers lost. Good win for Jnr A hurlers midweek vs Na Fianna. With Dublin playing Tyrone on Saturday the Senior Hurling league game vs Faughs has been moved to Sunday morning, the 22nd at 11am.

Super weekend for the Dublin Camogie with wins for the Premiers and Seniors, well done to Lucan players Ali Twomey, Mairi Moynihan, Emma Flanagan, Orla Beagan (who hit 1-7 of Dublin’s 1-14 vs Wexford), Emer Keenan and Emma O’Flynn. Also well done to Aoife Byrne, Danni O’Connor and Chloe O’Connor that were part of the Dublin minor B camogie team who defeated Kilkenny and have now made their Leinster final. Commiserations to Mark Lavin, Jake Rooney and Matthew Dunne who lost the Leinster minor shield final.

The club offers its deepest sympathies to the Quiiligan family on the recent loss of Mary, mother to our former club secretary Derek.

There was no winner of the €20,000 lotto on the 12th July; the numbers were 2, 3, 5 and 25. Next draw will be managed by Josephine Donohue and is sponsored by John Ryan Accountant. Lucky Dip Winners €30 -Brendan Freeman, Seán Walsh, Geoffrey Brennan, Pat + Eileen Glover, Móna + Olive. Play Online or Tickets can be purchased online, at the Club, in Carey’s Newsagents, in Vesey Arms or Kenny’s Bar. 

Golf Society - next outing will take place at Castleknock Golf Club on Saturday 21st July from 1.30pm to 2.50pm.


Summer Camps 2018

Great numbers up enjoying another great Camp this week, well done to David Moran GPO and others, more camps to come and a different jersey for the next football camp, Don’t miss out, registration can be completed on the club website. Some photos of the happy participants who loved the black jersey.

Summer Camps 2018 still to come:


Mon 13th Aug - Fri 17th Aug; 10am – 2:30pm

Mon 20th Aug - Fri 25th Aug; 10am – 2:30pm


Club Shop on summer hours, so not open again now until 28th July.

Bingo is on Wednesdays 8:30pm.

10/7/2018 AHL Div. 5. Lucan Sarsfields (1.11) 3.16 Na Fianna (0.7) 1.14. 2th Lock.

On an ideal evening for hurling, Lucan opened with a pointed free from Garry Coleman who followed up with an great goal after a good fetch from a long delivery on eight minutes. Na Fianna replied with three pointed frees before Emmet Allen, Cathal Ó Maolmhána and Eoghan Ó Conghaile, scored three fine points from play. Eoghan and Emmet were making lots of room in the half forwards where Alan O'Neill was getting though a huge amount of work, Joey Byrne was mopping up in the half backs, ably assisted by Tiernan Swords and Diarmuid Reynolds in the full backline. Eoghan O'Connor at right corner back had an impressive game. Fintan Clandillon, in goals, played solidly with a point blank deflection save to prevent Na Fianna from scoring a goal. All but one of Na Fianna's scores came from frees in the first half. Emmet, Eoghan and Oisín O'Brien, finished the half with three fine points, while in form Garry, got another three, two from frees.

In the second half, Cathal, Eoin Kenny and Emmet opened with three points from play as Na Fianna came back into the game scoring 1.4 (2F). Eoin Kenny and Eoghan Ó Conghaile scored well worked decisive goals in the 20/21 minute to help Lucan pull away. Emmet Allen got two points (1F) to finish Lucan's scoring while Na Fianna got three late points from play as they strove to catch up. A very deserving result for a hard working Lucan team. Good to see hard working Andrew Duff, John Byrne and William Swaine back in the fray. Well done to the young players who slotted in so well with the more experienced players.

Team: Fintan Clandillon; Eoghan O'Connor ( Eoin Higgins), Tiernan Swords, Diarmuid Reynolds; Seán Kelly, Joey Byrne, Tadhg Clandillon; Eoghan Ó Conghaile, Eoghan Reynolds; Peter Fagan (Andrew Duff), Alan O'Neill, Emmet Allen; Cathal Ó Maolmhána (John Byrne), Garry Coleman (William Swaine), Oisín O'Brien (Eoin Kenny).

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