Club Notes 25th September 2018

A great weekend of hurling saw our Senior hurlers score a convincing win over Naomh Barrog in B championship, this sees them through to the semi-finals along with St. Oliver Plunkett/Eoghan Ruadh, Thomas Davis and Kilmacud Crokes. Junior As were unlucky to lose their championship quarter-final game v Naomh Maur, an against the run of play goal in the dying moments the difference here. U15s had a good win while U14s took a step closer to promotion to Div. 1, U13s also had a good win to put them into second place in Div. 1 and U12s are also in second place in Div. 1. Well done to teams and management and best of luck to all in remaining games!
In camogie Senior As had a convincing win over Naomh Mearnóg while Senior Bs secured a championship semi-final spot following their win over Raheny.
U/16 boys have made it to the Quarter Final of the Championship, this game takes place next Saturday @ 3pm in Tymon Park against Naomh Fionbarra. Support for the boys is vital for what promises to be a nail biting encounter.
Committee meeting for Club Limerick Dublin takes place this Friday 28th Sept @ 9pm in the members bar with a showing of the All Ireland Senior Hurling final afterwards. We will also have some music & finger food to finish the night.
The famous Faughs Food Fair is back by popular demand and takes place this year on Sat. 10th November. All aspiring chefs and food aficionados are invited to contact Evelyn or Monica. Your support for this popular social event is important.
Deepest sympathy is extended to Kathleen Boucher on the death of her brother, also to Michelle Dunne whose mother passed away recenly. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a nAnamacha dilis.

Club Lotto – Jackpot €6,200. Numbers 5, 7, 12 & 26. No winner, Four ‘Match 3’ winners (share €200) – Mary MacGann, Paul Moroney, John & Miriam Healy and E&M Beagan. Next week’s jackpot will be €6,300.