Clubnotes March 12th to March 19th 2017
St Brigid’s Senior Hurlers claimed the first trophy of the 2017 hurling season on Tuesday evening as they defeated O’Tooles 1-15 to 0-11 under the floodlights in a rain-soaked Russell Park to retain the Boland Cup.
Congratulations to all in Castleknock Community College on a great All-Ireland PPS Camogie Final win on Friday afternoon. The girls overcame St Patricks, Keady on a scoreline of 2-07 to 0-05. St Brigid's players on the team were - Mairead and Deirdre McCarthy, Ellen and Lucy Bolger, Mia Murray, Aoife Coffey, Claudia Daly and Dara Lynn-Loomes.
Come and join us as we take part in the St. Patricks Day parade in Blanchardstown. We will be meeting at 1.30 at Scoil Bhride opposite The Bell Pub. See website for further details.
Have your say in the future of St Brigids - Our Town Hall Meeting is 24th March in Russell Park AT 8pm, add it in your diary. Club survey here; https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Brigids2020
Well done to Dublin U14 Ladies Football squad and Amelia Ryan who fielded in her first Intercounty game as Dublin opened their Leinster campaign with a good win over Kildare in Hawkfield on Saturday 11th.
The U12 Camogie squad had a great day on Sunday in Abbottstown at the Camán to Leinster Development sessions.
Well done to Ciaran Breslin, Jack O'Neill and Cian O'Sullivan who represented Trinity College in the All Ireland Colleges defeating IT Tralee in a great final.
There was no winner of last week's Lotto Jackpot, Next Thursday's draw is in Russell Park on 16th March. Many thanks to everyone who supports our St Brigid's Lotto and to our wonderful Lotto team.
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