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16
Sep
10

Win tickets to Dublin Ladies’ All Ireland Decider

We have eight pairs of tickets to see Dublin take on Tyrone in the final of the TG4 Senior All Ireland Championships at Croke Park on September 26, next.

The Senior final throws in at 4pm, and the game is part of a triple header with the Intermediate Final Waterford v Donegal) and the Junior Final (Limerick v Louth) also being decided.

The Junior final gets the day of Ladies Football action under way at 12 noon, and it is followed by the Intermediate final at 2pm.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to this great day out, just answer this simple question:

Who did Dublin defeat in the All-Ireland semi-final?

Send your entries, together with your name and full contact details, to sport@gazettegroup.com, with “Ladies All-Ireland Football Contest” in the subject line, by midday on September 22.

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16
Sep
10

Round Towers Club Notes

The official launch of the club’s pitch development plans for Monastery Road takes place this Saturday, September 18 – Macheef provide the entertainment – all are welcome.
A flag weekend for fundraising will take place all weekend to coincide with the All-Ireland football final weekend – we are looking for volunteers to give up two hours at any time from Friday evening to Sunday evening to assist with this – please contact Padraig MacCarthy or Niall Connaughton on 0879067924 or 0876290870.
The senior footballers were beaten by Raheny in Russell Park in the championship.
The minor hurlers beat St Oliver Plunkett’s in the championship.
The junior footballers beat Thomas Davis in the league
Congratulations to the U-11 footballers who won the Division one league today and the U-16s and minor hurlers who beat Skerries Harps and Oliver Plunkett’s respectively in the championship.
Best of luck to Suzanne Murray, Hannah Tyrrell and Andrea Bowe who are all on the Dublin B panel to face Cork in the All-Ireland final this Sunday in Cashel.
A juvenile disco for all children up to U-10s takes place this Friday in the clubhouse – it runs from 7.30 to 9pm and admission is €5. All welcome.
All Round Tower members can now receive a 10% discount on production on their membership card at the new steakhouse, The Grill Room in Kingswood – where the Kingswood Country House was.
Congratulations to Tom and Mary Reid who were the winners of last week’s lotto jackpot worth €6,200. The winning numbers were 4, 10, 12 and 16. The club lotto can be played in the club, from various outlets in Clondalkin village and at the Mill Shopping Centre every Saturday. Next week’s jackpot is €2,600.
16
Sep
10

St Pat’s Palmerstown Club Notes

in juvenile football, our Under-8s, 9s and 10s played Lucan Sarsfields, St James’ Gaels and Cuala, while 11s two team won one and lost one against Naomh Olaf and 12s beat Lucan Sarsfields.
Big hurling championship matches this weekend with seniors at home to Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday at 5.45pm and juniors at home on Sunday in quarter-final against Raheny at 10.30am on Sunday, while minor footballers were away in championship to St Brigid’s at 10.30am.
Club shop now open on Wednesdays from 6pm to 7.30pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 11.30am
St Pats have now reached the last five in the competion for the Nivea for Men final which takes in Glenaulin on Thursday, September 23 at 6.30. Please support your club.
Senior executive meeting takes this Thursday in clubhouse at 8.30pm
Juvenile committee takes place Thursday, September 23 in clubhouse at 8.30pm
To visit our website simply log on to http://www.stpatricksgaa.ie
Lotto numbers drawn were 2, 15, 19 and 25. There was no winner of the €8,000 jackpot
Match any three numbers winners were Sandra Stapleton and Frank Coleman who each receives €100.
Next week’s jackpot €8,200.
Draw held each Sunday night at 10pm in the Palmerstown House.
16
Sep
10

Lucan Sarsfields Club Notes

Eve of All Ireland entertainment in 12th Lock on Saturday night with Mulligan from 9.30pm.
Quiz season starts this week. Come along and enjoy sociable and educational evenings for the benefit of all the teams in the club. Great championship win for senior footballers on Saturday night vs Fingal Ravens, and wins also for intermediate footballers and minor hurlers.
Date for diary: Saturday, September 25 is fun day in 12th Lock, from 1pm to 7pm.  Friday, October 1 sees Life after Santa Ponsa play hosted in 12th Lock.
Saturday, October 23 is Casino Night, being run by professional entertainment company.
Lucan Sarsfields’ golf society next outing is September 18 to Turvey Golf Club. Great value at €25. All welcome. Contact any committee member for more details.  Lucan Club Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7.30 to 8.30pm, and Saturdays from 10.30 to 11.30am.
All nurseries are back in full swing every Saturday in 12th Lock. See website for times
Two Lotto draws: €20,000 – Numbers drawn were 10, 21, 22 and 23. There was no winner; €2,500 – Numbers drawn were 2, 9, 16 and 20. There was one winner.
Next week’s jackpot is €20,000. Mary Flannery’s team will be in charge for this weekend’s lotto draw.
Don’t forget you can always enter our Lotto online by clicking on http://www.lucansarsfields.ie. Thanks to Newcastle Golf Centre who are this week’s sponsor.
16
Sep
10

Castleknock Club Notes

It’s time to start getting our Scór na nÓg teams together.  Scór is the GAA’s talent competition and comprises eight categories – céilí dancing, solo singing, trad music, recitation, ballad group, question time, novelty act and set dancing. If your talents lie in any of these areas and you’d like to take part contact Barbara O’Neill at 086 3782419 or barbaraoneill@eircom.net.
Well done to our U-9s and 10s who hosted Ballinastraw Gaels from Co Wexford and to all who helped provide a great example of Castleknock hospitality to our visitors from the Model County.
All our teams are back training and new players of all ages are very welcome to give Castleknock GAA a go.
For appropriate contact details just contact our club coach Brendan on 085 132 9397 or check http://www.castleknock.net.
If you have some information for the weekly club notes just contact Dave on 087 2559559 on Sunday evenings.
Well done to Fr Mick from Laurel Lodge who raised over €10,000 by his trek for the Hospice.
Knitters are required to knit in aid of the Hospice, just contact Maeve on 087 202 9622 for details.
Club lotto stands at €3,800 with this week’s draw in The Bell.

It’s time to start getting our Scór na nÓg teams together.  Scór is the GAA’s talent competition and comprises eight categories – céilí dancing, solo singing, trad music, recitation, ballad group, question time, novelty act and set dancing. If your talents lie in any of these areas and you’d like to take part contact Barbara O’Neill at 086 3782419 or barbaraoneill@eircom.net. Well done to our U-9s and 10s who hosted Ballinastraw Gaels from Co Wexford and to all who helped provide a great example of Castleknock hospitality to our visitors from the Model County. All our teams are back training and new players of all ages are very welcome to give Castleknock GAA a go. For appropriate contact details just contact our club coach Brendan on 085 132 9397 or check http://www.castleknock.net. If you have some information for the weekly club notes just contact Dave on 087 2559559 on Sunday evenings. Well done to Fr Mick from Laurel Lodge who raised over €10,000 by his trek for the Hospice. Knitters are required to knit in aid of the Hospice, just contact Maeve on 087 202 9622 for details. Club lotto stands at €3,800 with this week’s draw in The Bell.

16
Sep
10

St Oliver Plunkett’s Club Notes

Commiserations to our Junior B Footballers on their Championship semi-final defeat to Skerries Harps.
The team have done the club particularly proud this season: being promoted to Division 7 and progressing as far as the B Championship semi-final only one season after capturing the C Championship crown.
Congratulations to our Senior Footballers on their Championship fourth-round victory over Ballymun Kickhams.
Best of luck to all our teams over another big Championship week: Senior camogie have Championship game against Good Counsel in Lawless Park on Tuesday 14 at 7pm.
Senior Hurlers have vital Championship match against St. Vincent’s in Pairc Naomh Uinsionn on Saturday, September 18 at 5:45pm.
Junior hurlers have Championship relegation play-off against Commercials in Martin Savage Park on Sunday, September 19 at 10:30am.
Minor Footballers have Championship against Round Towers (C) in Clondalkin Community Centre on Sunday, September 19 at 10:30am.
All support greatly appreciated.
16
Sep
10

Westmanstown Gaels Club Notes

UNDER-8s hosted St Mark’s in the Go Games match and won.
Under-15 girls played St James’ Gaels at home and won. Well done to both teams.
Training for all teams continues at the usual times.
Nursery every Saturday morning at 10am sharp, and is open to boys and girls from five years.
New members for all teams are always welcome
As part of the Lucan Festival we are holding a Ceili in Westmanstown Sports Centre at 8pm on Saturday, September 1, all welcome. Tickets available from coaches or payable on the night, and for more info on this event or the club, visit http://www.westmanstowngaels.ie.