St Clarets GFC Club Notes

St Clarets GFC Club Notes

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St Clarets GFC Club Notes

August 09, 2016

Congratulations to our senior team who overturned a 3 point deficit at half time after an improved second half to record a 2-10 to 0-9 win over Éire Og yesterday to qualify for the championship semi finals. This means the winner of our final group game in 2 weeks against Dulwich Harps will decide who tops the group.

One of the highlights of the day was Liam Healy tumbling over the mound behind the goal whilst awarding a score. He said he got an 8 for the execution but there's a reason he hasn't gone to Rio.

The team was: Keith O'Neill, Matthew Healy, Paddy Donaghy, Luke Kelly, Aidan Bradshaw, Padraig Donegan, Ronan Gaughan, Aidan Donaghy, Matt Killeen, Pat Lynott, John O'Connor, Eamonn Colleran, Alfie McNulty, Shane Buckley, Lawrence Weir.

Subs: Lyndon Bradley, Barry Lynch

The seniors next fixture will be a Division 2 league game against Cú Chulainns. This takes place 2.30pm Sunday 14th August at TCG in Greenford. Berkeley Avenue, Greenford, UB6 0NZ

Congratulations to our 3 U12 players who took part in U12's exhibition match at Croke Park on Saturday. St Clarets representatives were: Jemma McNulty, Kian O'Halloran and Thomas Murphy.

Youth training for U14s and U16s and girls continues during the summer holidays, apart from Wednesday 17th August and Wednesday 24th August as we will be on holiday. Training resumes for all youth players on Wednesday 31st Aug.
County Board Notes: 
U12's Exhibition Match in Croke Park on Saturday the 6th of August 2016

London Youths Committee and all London Clubs would like to wish the very best of luck to the thirty U12's London Youths who will be playing an exhibition match in Croke Park at 6pm next Saturday the 6th of August. This match will be played for eleven minutes at the half time interval of the Dublin v Donegal All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter - Final. This is a wonderful opportunity for the children to showcase their abilities and skills, while representing London GAA in our National Stadium. A very important day for the children playing in the footsteps of many legends before them to create an array of life time lasting memories for themselves.
Children who will be playing are Jack Hanley, Anna O' Farrell, Harry Cunningham, Joseph Thornton, Thomas Murphy, Jemma McNulty, Kian O' Halloran, Liam Reese Fitzgerald, Dáire O' Dalaigh, Roisín Kelly, Finn Shortall, Tiernan Dunne, Joseph McCormack, Bobby Moore, Conor Cronin, Orla Hegarty, Tommy McDermott, Killian Giblin, Holly Lynott, Conor Sweeney, Adam McInern, Ryan Harvey, Niall O' Brien, Sean Howley, Beanon Corrigan, Brea Corrigan, Conor Griffin, Darragh Griffin, James Byrne, Ciarán Guthrie who are representatives from Parnell's, Tara's, Tir Chonaill Gaels, St Clarets, Thomas McCurtains, Granuaile, Dulwich Harps, Kilburn Gaels, St Kiernan's, North London Shamrock's and Round Towers clubs in London.