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Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes

July 10, 2020

We wish Emer Keenan and Audrey Murtagh all the very best as they step back from playing for the Senior Camogie Team. Both have served club and county well. Former Club and Dublin Captain and player of the year, Emer and Former Club captain, Audrey played together on the 2000 Junior B Camogie team before rising through to claim the League and Championship double at Senior B level in 2011, ensuring top flight camogie for the Club. Last November, Friends of Dublin Hurling, Camogie Player of the year, Ali Twomey, listed Audrey and Emer as players she most admired! We know that Audrey and Emer will continue to be staunch supporters of Lucan Camogie into the future.

Watch the latest Covid-19 Club briefing webinar, where GAA Director of Player, Club, and Games Administration, Feargal McGill outlines the most up to date return to play guidelines using this link

As the date of our first home games draw near, please note the following from the GAA return to play guidelines and from the frequently asked questions section of the GAA COVID-19 resources page:

  • Everyone has a role to play. - Ultimately, safe return to contact sports is the PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY of each participant. Any Member who has a concern regarding personal higher risk should discuss the situation with their GP before deciding on whether to return to activity.
  • Until July 20th, the maximum number of people allowed on club grounds is 200 - This number includes, players, management and back room staff, officials and spectators - Record the names of anyone attending if possible - the reason for doing so is of course in relation to contact tracing. There is no obligation on you to do so, but all the better if it can be done as it would help Public Health authorities in the event that there was an incident or someone at the game tests positive down the line. Further guidelines are expected from the Health and Safety Committee in the next week.
  • We have been advised that An Garda Síochána may  carry out inspections during games and or training to ensure that clubs are in compliance with Covid-19 Guidelines, and as such, the club are considering suitable measures to restrict attendance until the start of phase 4 on July 20th
  • All match officials, teams, players and management, should complete a medical questionnaire or resubmit their health status ON THE DAY of the fixture, prior to the start of the fixture, and present themselves to the home team Covid-19 supervisor before entering the playing area, so that their attendance can be recorded.

The GAA has produced two videos detailing how the new kick-out, kick-out mark, and advanced mark rules will work in Gaelic Football. These videos are just one element of an education package that should ensure all referees are up to speed with the rule changes after a long period of inaction due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The link to the GAA Site and videos are available  here.

Minor Football Championship fixtures

Sunday 19 July, 11:00.

Minor A Group 3 – Clontarf v Lucan Sarsfields.

Minor C Group 4 – Parnells v Lucan Sarsfields

Minor E Group 3 – Skerries Harps v Lucan Sarsfields

Wed 29 July, 19:30

Minor A Group 3 – Lucan Sarsfields v Thomas Davis

Minor C Group 4 – Lucan Sarsfields Bye

Minor E Group 3 – Lucan Sarsfields v Thomas Davis

Minor Hurling Championship fixtures

Sunday 26 July, 11:00.

Minor A Group 3 – Thomas Davis v Lucan Sarsfields.

Minor C Group 3 – Na Fianna v Lucan Sarsfields

Minor D Group 1 – Castleknock v Lucan Sarsfields

Wed 5 August, 19:30

Minor A Group 3 – Lucan Sarsfields v Cuala

Minor C Group 3 – Lucan Sarsfields v St Vincents

Minor D Group 1 – Lucan Sarsfields v Good Counsel / Liffey Gaels

Ladies Football Adult League Cup fixtures

Friday 17 July, 19:30.

Division 2 – Templeogue Synge St v Lucan Sarsfields.

Division 7 – Lucan Sarsfields B v St. Oliver Plunkets

Wed 22 July, 19:30

Division 2 – Lucan Sarsfields v Skerries Harps

Division 7 – Ballinteer St John v Lucan Sarsfields B

At County level, Dublin Senior Ladies have been pitted with Waterford and Donegal in the round-robin phase of the revised 2020 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship.

Over 8,500 Health Questionnaires and health status updates have been submitted/confirmed by Lucan Sarsfields players and mentors since it was introduced!

Lucan Sarsfields Lotto Jackpot €20,000: There was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot sponsored by Feargal McCarthy Ltd., Painter and Decorator, held on Thursday 9th July, 2020. The numbers drawn were 8, 16, 17 and 24. Three tickets managed to get 3 numbers this week.

The Lucky Dip winners (€30) this week: Jimmy Galligan, Pauline Leonard, Clandillon Family, Colm Walsh and Tadhg Clandillon

Next Draw: Thursday, July 16, 2020, Sponsor: John Ryan, Accountant,  Managed by Frank Fleming and team. 

IMPORTANT: For the duration of the current restrictions due to the COVID-19 outbreak the lotto draw will take place on Thursday nights @ 9pm behind closed doors and will be live streamed on Facebook. You can still enter the draw by clicking on or on the local lotto link on the Lucan Sarsfields website. Make sure to get your entry in before 6pm on Thursday to be included in that night's draw. These are very challenging times, so please continue to support your Club by playing lotto online.

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