lucan sarsfields gaa club

Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes

May 28, 2021

Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club is taking part in Run4Pieta 2021. Pieta first opened its doors in Lucan, County Dublin in 2006. Since then they have seen and helped over 65,000 people in suicidal distress or engaging in self-harm. Pieta provide free counselling to those with suicidal ideation, those engaging in self-harm, and those bereaved by suicide. Staff are fully qualified and provide a professional one-to-one therapeutic service.

In 2020 Run 4 Pieta created a real sense of togetherness amongst the GAA community, whilst raising much needed funds for Pieta. The last 12 months have been very challenging for all of society including our sports clubs, which provide such an important outlet for everyone involved. Starting at 6pm on Friday 18th June, Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club members, will walk, run or cycle for 48 hours consecutively, until 6pm on Sunday 20th June. 

100% of funds raised will go directly to Pieta

For more details, including how you can donate and register for a timeslot and take part, please see our website, you can also use the QR Code below to allow your family, friends and colleagues to make a donation.

Reminder - May 31 Deadline

Club membership runs from January to December each year,  and is independent of the registration periods of the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association. 

Normally, all members must renew membership before March 31st, however this has been extended, for this year only, to May 31st.

All memberships renewed before May 31st, can have the payments equally spread over six months.

All players and team management must be current members of Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club to be insured to train and play. 

To renew or take out membership please use the ClubForce app on your smartphone, or visit this page

When renewing, please ensure to use the same email address as last year. 

If anyone has financial difficulty with renewing membership please email John Cosgrove in confidence at to discuss alternative options. 

We are pleased to again offer Summer Camps in association with club sponsor Keane Windows & Doors.

Cul Camp 

This camp will take place from 5th-9th July.  ** SOLD OUT **

Club Camps 

There will be 3 Club camps this year for those age 5 to those turning 12 this year. Each camp is from 10am to 2 pm, Monday to Friday

Club hurling/camogie camp 12th-16th July

Club football camp 16th-20th August

Club camogie/hurling camp 23rd-27th August

To book a place, click here.

Irish language Summer Camp - in association with Foras na Gaeilge .

Na Sairséalaigh Leamhcán Campa Samhraidh Iománaíocht/ Camógaíocht/ Peil/ Peil na mban 2021

Oscailte do bhaill Na Sairséalaigh Leamhcán ó aois 6 bliain  - Foireann Faoi 12 

agus baill atá ar fhoireann faoi 13 agus atá i rang a sé faoi láthair, agus iad ag tosnú i mbliain 1 an bhliain seo. 

10rn - 2in, Dé Luain - Dé hAoine 

Hurling/Camogie/ Football/Ladies Football  Camp 9th - 13th August   

Open to Lucan Sarsfields Members from age 6 to u12 teams, 

and members who are on u13 teams, who are currently in 6th class, and starting 1st year this year. 

10am-2pm Monday - Friday 

To book please click here  - Places are limited.

County News

Well done to all our county players, Chris and Paul Crummey, John Bellew, Abby Shiels, Darren Gavin, Emmet O’Conghaile, Emma Flanagan, Laura Quinn, Ellen Dunphy, Laura Sharkey, and of course, Paul Casey with the Dublin Ladies backroom team. Despite some great performances, the Camogie teams are still searching for their first wins, as the Ladies Footballers got off to a solid start, Abby Shiels making her senior debut as goalkeeper. A win too for the hurlers with both Crummey brothers getting on the scoreboard, and footballers playing out a thrilling draw against Kerry. Congratulations also to our senior footballing trio, Mark Lavin, Colm Walsh and Luke Curran, all of whom were named in the Dublin u20 squad for 2021. we wish them the best of luck.

The Dublin Senior Ladies Footballers travel to Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Saturday 29th to renew their rivalry with Cork, throw in time is 7:35pm. 

See below for a special competition.

The Dublin Senior Footballers meanwhile travel to Tuam to play Galway, the match will be shown live on TG4 at 3:45pm. 

The Dublin Intermediate Camogie are at home in O'Toole Park where they will take on Meath at 2pm Saturday.

Healthy Club Notes

All the details about the new Safefood START campaign, which has been covered widely in both national and local media are available here: Give Treats A Break . To help parents there are 10 tips for cutting back on treats and ideas for healthy snack alternatives: 10 Tips. There are specific resources to help parents give treats a break, Resources include expert videos from child psychologists and public health professionals and a range of print resources: here. You can also join or follow the conversation on social media using the hashtag #onedailywin

Walk to Keep Well

On Wednesday evening Emer Keenan and Claire Rigney from Senior Camogie came and helped out with U13 Camogie training. 

They demonstrated some skills and took part in the drills and were  full of encouragement for the girls and provided them with excellent tips.

Our sympathies to the Coleman family on the death of former Lucan Sarsfields minor hurling mentor, Willie. He was on the management team of the clubs first ever Minor A Hurling Championship victory in 2005. His son Garry is a former member of the club who until very recently played hurling for the club at all grades. Garry was also a member of that minor hurling team. May he rest in peace.

The LDCU Academy take place on Saturday mornings for boys and girls aged between 4 and 7. Pre-registration is essential, see here for details

12th Lock Café is open from 6pm-8pm weekdays and weekend mornings when training is taking place.

Missing or found Children at Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club, lost or missing children are to be accompanied to the 12th Lock Cafe.

The Club Shop is open Thursdays 7-9pm and Saturdays 10am to 1pm.

Zumba is back at the Club, every Tuesday in June on the All Weather Pitch, 7:30-8:30pm

Contact Tracey on 087 9735665 for all the details

Ní raibh aon buaiteoir phota óir de €8200 sa chrannchur a tharla ar an Déardaoin, ar an 27ú de Mhí Bealtaine a raibh urraithe ag 

There was no winner of the €8200 Jackpot held on Thursday 27 May 2021 sponsored by

Dual Printing Ltd

Tarraingíodh na huimhreacha seo a leanas:

The numbers drawn were: 

10, 11, 18, 22


Buaiteoirí tobair an áidh a fhaigheann €30 an duine ná:

Lucky Dip winners of €30 each:

Tony Rigney, Ben Brogan, Oliver Byrne, Peter Somers, Barry Glennon

€8600 sa phota óir don tseachtain seo chugainn agus is é urraitheoir na seachtaine: 

The Jackpot for the next draw is €8600, and is sponsored by:

Feargal McCarthy Ltd., Painter & Decorator

Tarlóidh an crannchur ar chúl doirse druidte ar an Déardaoin, 3ú de mhí an Mheithimh ag 9 i.n. faoi bhainistiú Mary Flannery. Beidh sé beo ar an leathanach Facebook. Déan cinnte go bhfuil d’iontráil curtha isteach agaibh roimh 6 i.n. oíche an chrannchuir, chun í a chur san áireamh sa chrannchur na seachtaine sin.

The draw will be held on Thursday 3rd June, behind closed doors at 9pm, managed by Mary Flannery, and live streamed on our Facebook page. 

Make sure your entry is submitted before 6pm on the evening of the draw to be included in that week’s draw.

Is féidir libh ticéadaí a cheannacht ar líne leis an nasc seo: 

Tickets can be purchased online at the following link:,

Go raibh míle maith agaibh as ucht tacú le Na Sárséalaigh Leamhcáin
Thank You for supporting Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club.

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