October 09, 2017
A resounding victory for the Senior Men against Neasden Gaels ensured Senior football next season. Â At half time the score line was heading towards a victory at 3-05 to 0-04. Â With all players knowing that a win was vital, another goal and more points were added, final score 4-11 to 1-09.Â
The U16 team were unlucky on Saturday when St Kiernans won the Championship. Â The tables were turned after a victory to Parnells in the League a couple of weeks ago. Â Two very talented teams battled it out displaying skill, heart and determination. Â Although Parnells led at half time, it was a narrow lead of two points but at the start of the second half St Kiernans made a comeback scoring several points and Parnells were struggling to capitalise on any possession they had. Â However they closed the gap to two points and were not giving up. Â Nail biting stuff in the last few minutes on both side lines but St Kiernans kept their lead and at the final whistle won 2-08 to 0-11. Â Our young players (many U15) can be extremely proud of themselves and how they played.
Training:Â Â Training is ongoing for the Senior team and U18â€™s until matches are completed.Â The seasonâ€™s final game for the Youth, is on 4thÂ November, when Parnells play in the Championship Final (opponentsâ€™ tbc after semi).Â
Parnells Youth would like to congratulate the winner, Eamon Lynam, of our â€˜Race for Samâ€™ competition.
Next Youth Meeting to take place at on the 10thÂ October 8pm at The Green Man in Kingsbury.
For all Parnells Club activity, please visit our websiteÂ http://www.parnellsgaa.comÂ where further details and information is published.