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Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes
August 27, 2021
Congratulations to the Junior A Hurlers on winning the Adult Hurling Division 5 League last Sunday morning against Skerries in what was an exciting game on Pitch 1 at the club.
Dublin Minor Camogie have reached the semi finals against Cork, 2pm on Saturday 28th in St. Lachtains GAA, Freshford, congratulations and best of luck to John O'Connell and Lucan Sarsfields Minors - Sinead Daly, Sophie McIntyre, Millie Reid, Phoebe Shannon, Cliobhna Ni Bhuchalla, and Hannah Gibbs.
Tickets for the TG4 All Ireland Finals went on sale Wednesday August 25th via Ticketmaster
Seats are only available in pods of 2.
Juvenile tickets must be bought with an adult.
Maximum of 6 Tickets per person.
GAA launch initiative to eliminate single-use plastic bottles
As part of its new Green Clubs programme, the GAA, in collaboration with the Regional Waste Management Authority and Irish Water, recently launched an initiative to eliminate single-use plastic bottles from Gaelic Games clubs and grounds.
St Patrick’s GAA club in Limerick, Park/Ratheniska GAA club in Laois and Lucan Sarsfields GAA club in Dublin were joined by An Uachtarán CLG, Larry McCarthy, in Croke Park to launch the ‘Puc Single-Use’ initiative. The three clubs are amongst 45 clubs in Ireland taking part in the pilot Green Clubs programme and, along with Clarinbridge in Galway and Cappagh in Kildare, are members of the Waste group of the GAA Green Club programme. Waste is one of five thematic areas being explored by participating clubs, along with water, biodiversity, energy, and transport. Read full article here
David Moran was able to give some of the campers at the football camp last week a reusable water bottle from @IrishWater . This is as part of our Green Club project and our commitment to reducing waste, eliminating single use water bottles and encouraging good habits. The kids can bring their bottle to training and matches and fill it at the outdoor tap at the dressing rooms. We should all follow their lead and ditch single use plastic!
Lucan Sarsfields Golf Society
The Golf Society's next outing is Jack Butler's Captain's Day in the wonderful Luttrellstown Golf Club on Saturday 28th August 2021.
Tee is booked from 12.40 to 3.10pm. Play in 4-balls. Dinner / presentation is deferred until our Millicent outing on 25th September 2021, - covid protocols permitting.
The LDCU Academy which takes place on Saturday mornings for boys and girls aged between 4 and 7 will return on Saturday 4th September.
12th Lock Café is open from 6pm-8pm weekdays and weekend mornings when training/matches are taking place.
The ONeills Club Shop is open Thursdays 7-9pm. Saturday opening will recommence from September 4th
Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Lotto
There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot of €13,400 held on 26th August 2021.
The numbers drawn were:
5, 10, 16, 21
Lucky Dip winners of €30 each:
Don Crowley, Oliver Byrne, Martin Kelly, Peter Somers, Columba Elliot
The Jackpot for the next draw, to be held on Thursday 2nd September, is €13,800, and is sponsored by:
Henley Forklift Group.
The draw, managed by Seamus Clandillon, will live streamed from the Clubhouse at 9pm to our Facebook page.
Tickets can be purchased via the website, ClubForce APP or at the following link: http://bit.ly/LucanSarsfieldsClubLotto.
Go raibh míle maith agaibh as ucht tacú le Na Sárséalaigh Leamhcáin.
For The Record
Go-Ahead Camogie Championship Junior 5A Group A
Lucan Sarsfields E 0-5, Naomh Mearnog C 7-5 @Lucan Sarsfields
Go-Ahead Adult Ladies Football League Division 2
Clann Mhuire 1-3, Lucan Sarsfields 0-12 @The Naul
Go-Ahead Adult Ladies Football League Division 7b
Scoil Ui Chonaill B 1-4, Lucan Sarsfields B 2-27 @St Annes No 22
Go-Ahead Camogie Championship Junior 3 A
Ballyboden St Endas C 3-6, Lucan Sarsfields C 1-14 @Ballyboden St Endas
Go-Ahead Camogie Championship Junior 4A Group B
Lucan Sarsfields D 7-12, Naomh Jude C 1-1 @Lucan Sarsfields
U14 Football A Qualifying Gp.B
Lucan Sarsfields A 4-8, St Oliver Plunkett ER A 5-7 @12th Lock
U14 Football C Qualifying Gp.A
St Judes B 5-9, Lucan Sarsfields B 5-12 @St Pauls
U16 Hurling League Div.5
Fingal Gaels (SFS and WG) 4-25, Lucan Sarsfields B 0-8 @Oldtown Pitch
Go Ahead Adult Hurling League 5 Final
Lucan Sarsfields 5-8, Skerries Harps 0-14 @12th Lock
U15 Hurling A Qualifying Gp.A
Lucan Sarsfields A 3-13, Kilmacud Crokes A 2-21, @12th Lock
U15 Hurling D Qualifier
St Vincents B 3-20, Lucan Sarsfields B 1-5 @PNU
U13 Hurling Grading League Div.1
Lucan Sarsfields A Win v St Judes A, @Arthur Griffith Park
U13 Hurling Grading League Div.3
Lucan Sarsfields B Win v Skerries Harps 6-3 @Arthur Griffith Park
U13 Hurling Grading League Div.8
Ballinteer St Johns C Lose v Lucan Sarsfields C @Loreto Park
U14 Hurling A Qualifying Gp.B
St Oliver Plunkett ER A 1-11, Lucan Sarsfields A 3-8 @Martin Savage Park
U12 Hurling A Group
St Sylvesters 1, Lucan Sarsfields 1 @Bridgefield (Away Win)
U12 Hurling C Group 1
Lucan Sarsfields 2, Clontarf 2 @St Catherines Park (Away Win)
Go Ahead Adult Football League Division Ten South
Lucan Sarsfields 1-6, St Peregrines 0-14 @Adamstown
Go Ahead Adult Football League Division Eleven South Group 2
Lucan Sarsfields 7-13, St Kevin-Killians 3-6 @Adamstown
Match reports are always welcome after every game. Please include the date and time of the fixture, the venue, opposition and competition.
If you have a team photo, or a photo of the coin-toss, that would be great, and always include the squad list and scorers.
Adult Hurling Division 5 League Final:
Lucan Sarsfields 5-8 Skerries Harps 0-14.
Lucan captured the league title with some well taken goals and a high work rate throughout to overcome a determined Skerries team. Lucan got a great start when Eoghan O’Connor burst through and fire a ground stroke to the net. A second Lucan goal came soon after from Evin Dowling and they led 2-2 to 0-4 at the first sos uisce. Skerries came strongly in the second quarter with a series of points but another goal from Lucan midfielder Eoghan O’Connor and a well taken point from Rory Stapleton saw Lucan ahead at the half time break 3-4 to 0-10. Lucan were hungry for more goals and they came early in the third quarter with two expert finishes from Emmet Allen and Oisin O’Brien. That effectively finished the game as a contest and Lucan were comfortable from there to the end, though without troubling the score board operator too much.
This was a deserved win for a Lucan team in which the back line was very solid throughout with Anto McNulty and Luke Murphy to the fore. The midfield and half forward line worked hard and generally dominated around the middle third. And of course goals win games and Lucan excelled in that department with some excellent movement and finishing to see them home.
Lucan team/scorers: Fintan Clandillon, Aidan Sheehan, Anto McNulty, Tadhg Behan, Gavan Millea, Luke Murphy, Philip Smith, David Kavanagh (0-1), Eoghan O’Connor (2-0), Oisin O’Brien (1-0), Emmet Allen (1-5, 0-4f), Rory Stapleton (0-1), Cathal O’Maolmhana, CJ Smyth, Evin Dowling (1-1).
Subs introduced: Ian Crowley, Anto Lee, Diarmuid Reynolds, Keith Masterson, Jack McCarthy, Paddy Ward.
Panellists: Cian Canavan, Tadhg Clandillon, Fintan Ward.
Management: Dermot O’Brien, Kieran Murphy, Tom Flannery, Liam Strong, Seamus Clandillon.
GO AHEAD IRELAND Junior 3A Camogie Championship Round 1
BBSE v Lucan Sarsfields. 24 August 2021
Report by Dublin Camogie Reporter Grainne Hogan (Nh Olaf)
It was a close and skilful game between 2 evenly matched and skilful teams, on this August evening. The first half was very goal heavy, with Ballyboden scoring 3 goals that were put in the back of the net by Molly Conway and Ciara Woodcock. Lucan followed with their 1 goal scored by Laura Lawless. The Lucan ladies made up for the Boden goals with the 9 points that were put over the bar in the first half by Aoibheann Scott, Emma Kate Carroll and Laura Lawless. Lucan Sarsfields led by 1 point at half time, the score being Ballyboden St. Endas 3-2 to Lucan Sarsfields 1-9.
At the beginning of the second half there was a superb play by Lucan, the sliotar travelled from defender Kerrie Jones to Clara Finn and onto Aoibheann Scott who slotted it between the posts. 4 more points from BBSE followed. The Ballyboden goalie, Sarah Reynolds, kept her side in the game when she saved a hard ball that was heading for the back of the net. A Lucan free that was converted by Aoibheann Scott secured the 2 point win for Lucan Sarsfields. The final score being Ballyboden St. Endas 3-6 to Lucan Sarsfields 1-14