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Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes

July 29, 2019

League Champions -Well done to the Minor footballers who secured the Division 1 league title with an impressive win away from home vs NaFianna (Report Below), well done to Dave Cullen, Ollie Collins, Joe Lavin, Buddy O’Sullivan. The team have been very impressive throughout the campaign and we wish them the best as they prepare for what will be a very competitive Championship.  Disappointment for the Senior Footballers on Wednesday, as they lost to St Vincents on a scoreline of 2.09 – 1.11. Inter Ladies secured a Cup semi-final spot with a good win on the same night against Skerries. Another Big league win for our Junior B hurlers on Thursday. Jnr B footballers drew on Sunday afternoon. Jnr As lost out to Geraldine P Moran’s, they did call on some experience from the bench but even he couldn’t make a difference.

Senior Hurlers next game is away to St Brigids on the 10th August at 6.30pm. Also the Championship fixtures have been set. Sunday 8th September will be a busy day with Senior Hurlers taking on Whitehall in Parnell Park at 4:15pm, the Jnr As play earlier on in the day at 11am vs Commercials in Jnr A relegation match and the Jnr B hurlers play a home quarter-final at 3pm also on the 8th September. Senior Footballers vs Clontarf in the last group game is fixed for the 14th September in O’Toole Park at 3:15pm

Well done to Daire Newcombe, Harry Ladd, Mark Lavin and Emmet Allen who are part of the Dublin U20 footballers that beat Galway and have set up an All-Ireland Final vs Cork this weekend coming. We wish them well and hopefully they can bring home the Clarke Cup. Well done to Joey Dunne and Liam Garrigan who represented the club so well in the inaugural Jim Boggan Skills Competition in Crumlin GAA Club.



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 25th July, Numbers were 7 ,11 ,  13 and 21 . Next weeks’ jackpot is €10,200, next draw will be managed by Josephine Donohue and is sponsored by Newcastle Golf Centre. Lucky Dip Winners: Brendan Freeman (€50), Cormac Gordon, Louise Brogan, Peter Brady Edel Mooney. 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 

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.

Minor Football Report
Final Score- Lucan 2-18 Na Fianna 0-3

(Half Time- Lucan 0-10 Na Fianna 0-1)

Lucan secured the Minor League Division 1 title with a comprehensive 2-18 to 0-3 victory away to Na Fianna in Mobhi Road. Lucan opened the scoring with 2 frees from Matt Dunne and lead by 0-6 to 01 mid way through the first half, further points from Dunne, Cian Buckley 0-2 and Alan Lynch gave Lucan a 0-10 to 0-1 lead at half time. The game was more less put to bed in the early stages of the 2 nd half when a well worked move was finished by Man of the Match Buckley who would end the night with an impressive 1-6, 1-5 coming from Play. Lucan added a 2 nd Goal midway through the 2 nd half when impressive substitute Brian Treacy drove and at the Na Fianna defence to finish low to the Keepers right. The game was over as a contest at this stage and both teams emptied their benches in the last 15 minutes, Lucan added a further 6 points in this period to run out easy winners. Lucan had impressive performances through the spine of the team with Full Back Derek Cahill, Centre Back Sean Casey and Midfielders Henry Keogh and Colm Behan all playing major roles.

Lucan Squad: Alan Lynch, Alex Hanley, Brian O' Sullivan, Cathal Shanahan, Colm Behan, Cian Buckley, Colm Walsh, Derek Cahill, Henry Keogh, Jake Rooney, Luke Monaghan, Mark Lavin, Matt Dunne, Oisin Ryan, Philip Kane, Charlie Keher, Niall Murray, Brian Treacy, Evan Dowling, Paul Tuite, Sean Casey, Cian Duffy, Oisin Twamley, Ben O' Toole, Alec Birme, Eoin Power, Mark Gormley, Finan Breen, Dean Walsh, Oscar Nolan

Lucan Management: Dave Cullen, Ollie Collins, Joe Lavin, Buddy O’Sullivan.

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