lucan sarsfields gaa club

Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes

July 22, 2019

Great win for our Minor footballers over the weekend, St Vincents 1.07 Lucan 2.18, and they now head into their final game vs NaFianna on Wednesday (Mobhi Rd 7.30, support required) knowing a win will secure the league title.  Disappointment for Senior Footballers midweek as they lost a tricky away fixture to Thomas Davis and slipped out of the playoff spots, a good away win for our Inters, but both Jnr teams lost. Our Senior hurlers left themselves in a tricky position with two games to go, against St Brigids (a) and Crumlin (h), they will need two wins and St Judes not to pick up points to escape the relegation play off. Two losses and they could be relegated automatically. Inter Ladies lost out midweek but have a home game against Skerries this week, Wednesday 7.30 12th Lock, a home win should secure a semi-final spot, so big support needed. Jnr A hurlers slipped up in the league as well, but Jnr Bs maintained pressure at the top of the league with a big win. U14 football and U15 hurling both recorded good wins during the week. Senior footballers play St Vincents away on Wednesday as well 7.30pm.

Well done to Daire Newcombe, Harry Ladd, Mark Lavin and Emmet Allen who are part of the Dublin U20 footballers that secured a Leinster title on Friday night. Disappointment for Dublin U16 Camogie as they crashed out of Championship by the smallest of margins, a one point loss to Wexford, well done to  Lauren Dawson © Phoebe Shannon Sinead Daly Millie Reid and Lilly Rooney who represented the club so well over the course of the Championship. A draw for the Dublin Senior Camogie team at the weekend with Ali, Emma and Orla all playing their part, Chloe and Aoife who lost with the Dublin Inter team so a tough weekend all round.

We have an Comedy Night coming up in the Club House – Saturday 27th July , tickets €10 and we will have a happy hour between 8 – 9pm where all pints will be €3. Come up and support YOUR club. 

Tickets can be easily purchases through the link 


Our deepest condolences to Livinus Smith and the rest of the Smith family, on the recent loss of Tommie. May he Rest in Peace.



After two very successful camps in July, the camps will resume on August 12th for football and continue with hurling on 19th August. All children attending a club camp this summer will receive a green jersey. For those who attend a second camp and already have a green jersey, a black jersey is on offer.
If mentors of relevant age groups could push these, I would be very grateful. For booking, the following link applies.

12th -16th   August Club Football camp

19th – 23rd   August Club Hurling/Camogie Camp.  

Lotto There was no winner of the lotto on the 18th July, Numbers were 1, 3, 6 and 9. Next weeks’ jackpot is €9,800, next draw will be managed by Edel Mooney and is sponsored by Dual Printing Ltd.  . Lucky Dip Winners: Maria Clarke, Mary Freeman, Fergal Gavin, Joe+Alice Whyte, Tadgh Clandillon. Play Online here, Or Tickets can be purchased at the Club, or in Kenny’s Vesey Arms.

Lotto Sponsorship:

Each week, our Lotto draw is sponsored by a local business. This is a great way of getting promotion and association with the club, while also contributing to the success of one of our best and most enduring fundraising activities. We greatly appreciate the loyal support of the local businesses who support the Club in this way. If you have a business and would like to get involved as a Lotto sponsor for the 2019/20 season, we would be delighted to have you on board. The rates are as follows;

                         1 week 2 weeks 4 weeks 6 weeks

Sponsorship: €50              €90        €150    €200

If interested, contact Seamus Clandillon at 087 2189960.

Golf Society 

Results from Luttrellstown Outing, Friday 19th July; Overall Winner Gabriel Larkin (24) 37pts BB6, 2nd Overall Mick Malone (23) 37pts, Winner Category 1 Mick Roche (16) 34pts, Winner Category 2 Mick O'Hara (17) 35pts, Winner Category 3 Phil Cunningham (39) 30pts. Congratulations to all the winners, and many thanks to all who played. Next outing is to St Margaret's GC on Saturday 17th August. To book a tee time contact Seamus Fagan at 086 8168984.

Wednesdays 8:30pm.

The U11 Camogie team played in the mini games at half time during the Dublin/Clare camogie match. Lucan played Whitehall Colmcille in the mini games and show great skill, lifting, striking and scoring a few points. After a thrilling camogie match, with end to end action which saw Clare equalised in the final 10 secs of the game, afterwards the U11 girls got to meet their camogie heros. Thanks to Ali, Emma, Orla and John for chatting to the girls and providing them with a great experience and photo opportunity.

Minor Football League Report

Full Time – Lucan 2-18 St. Vincents 1-7

Half Time- Lucan 1-12 St. Vincents 1-4


Scorers- Matt Dunne 0-10 (8F), Paul Tuite 1-1 Alan Lynch- 1-0 Brian Treacy 0-1 Charlie Keher 0-1 Henry Keogh 0-1 Cathal Shanahan 0-1 Brian O Sullivan 0-1 Colm Behan 0-1 Oisin Ryan 0-1

Lucan opened the scoring with 2 frees from Matt Dunne, Vincents hit back with 2 pts of their own. After 9mins Vincents hit the first goal of the goal to lead 1-3 to 0-3, Lucan then dominated the rest of the half, outscoring Vincents 1-9 to 0-1 in a 20 minute period.

Both teams were wasteful in the 2nd half but Lucan’s lead never dropped below their 8pt half time lead and they ran out comprehensive winners in the end.

Lucan had strong performances across the pitch with Luke Monaghan, Derek Cahill strong in the full back line and Jake Rooney very strong running from Half Back line. Henry Keogh and Colm Behan also put stong performaces in midfield. Up front there was a spread of scorers with 10 different players scoring from Play.

Lucan now play Na Fianna on Wednesday needing a win to top Division 1.


Juvenile Football Report

 The Under 14A footballers played Thomas Davis on Thursday evening last at 12th Lock in the Division 1 Football League. Lucan played into a strong breeze in the first half and trailed by 0-04 to 0-07 at halftime. With the wind in their backs Lucan played some very good football cutting through the defence time after time to create goal chances. The final score ended with a strong victory for Lucan on a scoreline of 7-10 to 0-11

Team: Adam Banim; Eoin Conheady, Sean Langton, Sean Carolan; Dan Kane, Cathal Kennedy, Ryan Clancy; Daragh Lyons (c), Darragh O'Toole; Paddy Ryan, Charlie Mulqueen, Liam Brennan; Adam Burns, Davy Mulqueen, Cormac Coffey;

Subs: Darragh Meehan, Cillian Whelan, Dara Walsh, Adam Rock, Reece Kelly.

Scorers: A. Burns 2-02; D. Mulqueen 2-02; D. Lyons 1-02; A. Rock 1-01; C. Whelan 1-00; C. Mulqueen, P. Ryan, L. Brennan 0-01 each

Juvenile Hurling Report

U15A Division 1 Hurling- 21/7/19 Home vs Naomh Barrog

A bright and breezy morning at the 12th Lock.   We choose to play against a very strong wind in the first half.    The strong almost diagonal wind across the juvenile pitch played havoc with our shooting, and we found ourselves behind by 0-6 to 0-2 after 15 minutes, but we kept plugging away and outscored Naomh Barrog in the remainder of the first half, with a well taken goal from Michael Cunningham just before the break,  drawing us level half time 1-5 to 0-8.    With the wind at our backs, we pushed on in the 2nd half.   We did have some nervous moments but 2 great saves from Cathal Doody prevented Naomh Barrog from mounting a comeback and Lucan emerged as 1-18 to 0-14 winners.  


Again, proving difficult to field teams during the summer months with 9 of our panel not available through injuries and holidays.    Thanks to the U15B hurlers (Niall Higgins, Conor O’Neill, Matthew Ryan and Ross Cunningham) who did great for us over the last 3 games and to Diarmuid Kennedy for supporting with 3 U14 A lads (Daragh Lyons, Cathal  Kennedy and Sean Langton)


Team; Cathal Doody, Matthew Ryan, Rian Fortune, Liam Farrell, Jamie Smith, Joey Mc Sweeney, Finn Bruton, Rossa Daly (0-3), Liam Garrigan (0-3), Conor Sheary (0-1), Joey Dunne (0-10), Michael Cunningham (1-0), Adam Duffy, Daragh Lyons, Conor O’ Neil.  Subs Cathal Kennedy for Conor O’Neill and Sean Langton (0-1) for Adam Duffy

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