Weekly Club Notes - April 6th

(06 Apr 2020)

06-04-20 Castleknock Club Notes

Community spirit is what it’s all about at the moment so many thanks to Castleknock club members Kevin Broderick and Liam O’Flannagain for leading the way in providing PPE supplies to Temple Street Children’s Hospital and to Michael Wylie for ensuring that our excess supplies of liquid soap went to Coolmine Therapeutic Community.  

Even without Tir na nÓg being available our GPO Maria Bergin has come up with a really innovative idea to keep the Nursery going. She has begun hosting virtual Nursery sessions so our younger players can watch her on Zoom to see how to maintain their fitness and suppleness without leaving their homes.

Our Senior Footballer James Sherry at Somerton Physiotherapy Clinic has come up with an equally novel idea. He is offering alternatives for teams who wish to do specially adapted Collective Training sessions online. Contact James info@somertonphysio.ie for details.

The Dublin Juvenile Committee has deferred all U-15 Football Championship matches until the Autumn. League activity for U-12 to U-16 will resume approximately a week after the shutdown ends with Go-Games schedules to follow.

While Weekly Lotto sales have been discontinued due to the Covid-19 outbreak the Members Lotto draws continue.

March 12 – 1/13/28/30 No Jackpot Winner – new Jackpot €5,200

March 19 – 3/8/20/29 No Jackpot Winner – new Jackpot €5,400

March 26 - 6/9/20/23 No Jackpot Winner – new Jackpot €5,600

Somerton remains closed indefinitely and in the interests of community solidarity the Club asks all members to respect that closure until restrictions are officially lifted.

Keep an eye on the Club’s twitter (@CastleknockGAA), facebook (@knockhfc) and instagram (castleknockgaa) for more details of Skills Challenges (such as T.J. Reid’s on facebook live and of course Ciaran Kilkenny’s on twitter) and have a look at the Down Memory Lane photos from Niall O’Connell and Maria Bergin.

Also be sure not to miss Mary Kilkenny demonstrating the new hurling Hand Pass Rule although it looks remarkably similar to the one John always used when he was playing. Keeping it in the family Ciarán has also been lending his voice to the #HomeTeam campaign organised by the GPA and WGPA and designed to encourage all of us to #StayAtHome.

So remember – Stay at home and keep your physical distance - that way we should all stay well.

30-03-20 Castleknock Club Notes

The Dublin County Board’s decision to suspend all club activity in April at Adult level means that the opening rounds of this year’s Dublin Club Championships have been postponed until later in the year.  Juvenile competitions have also been put on hold until May 1 at the very earliest.

Our Games Promotion Officer Maria Bergin has been continuing to do just that – promote our games by inviting our senior players across all four codes to provide members with skill challenges to ensure there is no diminution in skill levels while the Covid-19 shutdown continues. You can view them on the Club twitter, facebook or Instagram pages. Check out Aoife Whelan’s most recent Camogie challenge. Remember – Be Ready To Resume.

Somerton remains off-limits to all activity including training/exercising but for those of you who want to stay active and fit while adhering to the Government directives there is a very helpful new site https://2kmfromhome.com/ which once you allow your location information shows you a map of where you can go for a walk or run while staying within a 2km radius of your own home.

Former Meath great Colm O’Rourke also of RTE and the Sunday Independent and the man who launched our own Website has chosen what he considers to be the best Dublin fifteen of the last 50 years and we are delighted to note that Ciarán Kilkenny has been selected at left-half-forward. See Colm’s full Sunday Indo selection below and don’t forget to follow Ciaran’s Skill Challenges on our twitter feed as well.

Anyone interested in local history/sports history may be surprised to note that the 1893 All-Ireland Hurling and Football Finals were scheduled to be played along Castleknock Road where the Chesterfield estate is situated today (near the Castleknock Gate into the Phoenix Park). As you may have plenty of time on yours hands (and hopefully nothing else) you can read the full, bizarre story of what transpired on http://gaathenandnow.com/.




And remember wash your hands regularly, maintain your social distance and to do what you can for your older neighbours.

Stay safe – stay healthy.

23-03-20 Castleknock Club Notes

Reluctantly the Club had been left with no option but to close Somerton to all activity during the current restrictions. Our priority has to be a duty of care to our members and to the community at large and so we would ask everyone to adhere strictly to this closure.

With Somerton off-limits to training and skill challenges we invite all members to engage with our own Ciarán Kilkenny’s daily Skill Challenges online instead @CKKilkenny93 @CastleknockGAA @DubGAAOfficial and @gaelicplayers. Many thanks to Mary Kilkenny for showing the way. Other notable efforts are being posted on the Club facebook page @knockhfc.

Parents struggling to home educate or just entertain their children at home should refer to a post by Gerard McDermottroe, one of our senior footballers. Gerard, a Primary School teacher, has compiled an extensive list of what are invaluable sites, all of which will help parents to negotiate their way through these difficult times. Check it out on our facebook page @knockhfc.

The Club wants to play its part in supporting our elderly/vulnerable neighbours during this difficult period so we are looking for two groups of Volunteers, 1. to manage our Community Support Programme and 2. to deliver fliers around the community advertising our Community Support Programme. Contact 086-3782419/087-2456185 or community@castleknock.net if you can help.

With our actual Clubhouse out of bounds we are once again resorting to our Virtual Clubhouses to keep in touch on a daily basis so a huge thank you to Tony Nulty (Website); Ger Doyle (twitter) and Maria Bergin (facebook/Instagram) for all their work in this regard.

And remember lives are at stake so wash your hands and keep your social distance.

16-03-20 Castleknock Club Notes
The suspension of all Club activities due to Covid-19 until March 29, while deeply disappointing, is clearly the correct action to take and we urge everyone to do their bit to slow the spread of this disease. The advice on hand washing and social distance is still the best defence.

Tonight’s Adult Awards (March 16) have been postponed but will hopefully be rescheduled. Many thanks to Louise Mahony, Laura Carolan, Tom Quinn, Philip Bohan and Ollie Coffey for all their hard work to date on the event. 

The Lotto Sales Team has been stood down for the next two draws, March 19 th and 26 th however the draws go ahead as normal. 

In regard to the ongoing Coronavirus threat the Club asks members who have recently returned from high-risk areas to follow government guidance.  If a member is in any doubt or if a member has any concern or symptoms, we ask that they do not visit the Club for at least 14 days after the date of their return to Ireland. 

All members over 18 are asked to complete the Club Survey that was recently sent to them by email. If any member has not received a link to the survey can they contact Secretary@Castleknock.net and the link will be forwarded to them. All members who complete the survey will be entered into a draw for a €100 Voucher. 

Commiserations to everyone involved with Dublin Champions, Castleknock Community College as their great run of success comes to an end by losing the Leinster Senior Football ‘B’ Semi-Final 3-5 4-9 to Colaiste Choilm, Tullamore.

Week 1 of the Club Cúl Camps is already SOLD OUT. Week 2 (July 13-17) can still be booked while places remain by contacting Maria Bergin 087-7563654. 

The Club expresses its sincere condolences to Senior Football team statistician Barry Egan on the death of his brother Aidan following a short illness. Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.

09-03-20 – Castleknock Club Notes

Our Healthy Club Committee is looking for new members and new ideas to promote the mental and physical health of our members, young and old. Contact Barbara O’Neill at 0863782419 or childrensofficer@castleknock.net with your suggestions for activities or people/organisations we should contact.

Don’t forget to sign up for the GAA Healthy Club challenge through the My Life app. The club in each province that takes the most steps will win a €2500 O’Neill’s voucher Think what that could buy for your child’s team, and all you have to do is walk. Details on the website.

Mar.3 – Bookings open for this year’s Cúl Camps – there are two in both football and hurling. Cúl Camp 1 is from July 6-10 and Cúl Camp 2 in from July 13-17. You can book through http://kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie – once you get into the site go to the Find A Camp box and select Dublin West. Then you can choose which of the two Castleknock Camps you wish to book. If you have any problems message our ever-helpful GPO Maria at 087-7563654.  

Mar.4 – While the Covid-19 threat exists mentors will not be supplying juvenile teams with water containers. Players should bring their own water bottles which should be clearly marked and used only by themselves. The County Board also recommends that players cease handshakes after games until further notice.

Mar.5 – No Lotto Jackpot winner. Next week’s Jackpot €5,000. Nine Match 3 Winners get €35 each – Kevin McCambridge, Karen Feeley, Ruth Dargan Akiwumi, Paul Cunningham, Niall O’Connell, Edwina Hogan, ‘Gerard’ Kindlon, Neal McDonald, Jackie. Lucky Dip €30 goes to Cindy.

Mar.6 – Congrats to Like Swan, Senan Forker (and the rest of the Castleknock lads in the extended panel) on Dublin’s 0-18 0-8 win over Laois in the Leinster U-20 Football Final in Carlow. At full-forward Luke acted as the perfect target man and his strength and unselfish distribution contributed hugely to Dublin’s victory. The All-Ireland Semi-Final against Ulster Champions Tyrone is part of a double header in Croke Park on St. Patrick’s Day, so no excuses. 

Mar.8 – Great AHL3 win for the Senior Hurlers beating Naomh Olaf 2-14 2-12 following a terrific second-half performance against the gale. A similar story for the AHL5 team which beat Lucan 2-7 0-12 with an injury time winning goal into the wind by Oisin Murphy O’Kane.  

Excellent 0-12 1-4 win over Cuala in the MFL Div.1 in difficult conditions. The MFL Div.4 side also had a good five point win over Cuala and the Div.6S team drew with Kilmacud. Good day.

Wishing Aoife Whelan a speedy recovery from injury after her Dublin team lose 0-10 1-10 to Limerick in the Senior Camogie League. However good news for Aisling Andrews on Dublin’s 4-08 0-7 win over Laois in the National Camogie League (Intermediate) and congrats to Mollie Turner, Caitlin Coffey and Cara Feeney on Dublin’s second Minor Camogie Championship win.

Great to see the huge turnout in Tir na nOg for the Girl’s 2011 Blitz. Many thanks to our organisers and to St. Brigid’s and St. Peregrine’s for participating. 

Upcoming: Club Ticket Orders for Dublin vs Meath in the NFL next Sunday March 15th at 2pm in Croke Park by text only to Lisa Kiernan at 086-1022296 by Monday, March 9th, 8pm.

The Senior Footballers AFL1 are at home in Somerton on Sunday morning (March 15) at 10.30am against Thomas Davis in a mouth-watering repeat of last year’s Senior 1 Championship Quarter-Final. The AFL4 side make the short journey to Westmanstown to play Garda again at 10.30am followed almost immediately afterwards also in Westmanstown by the AFL8 meeting of Castleknock and Garda. The AFL11N team are in Ballymun at 3pm to meet Kickhams. The Minor Hurling teams are also in League action on Sunday morning.

The annual Adult Awards Night is being held in Westmanstown Conference Centre on Monday March 16 at 8pm. Tickets are €20 and include Bus (home only), Finger Food, DJ and a drink. Unequalled value.

March 2 – Castleknock Club Notes

Feb.24 – The details of the Dublin Senior 1 Football Championship First Round matches are announced. Castleknock play Oliver Plunkett’s on Friday, April 17th in Parnell Park at 8.15pm.

Feb.25 – Congrats to everyone in Castleknock Community College and of course the many Castleknock players involved in CCC’s victory over Malahide Community School 4-11 1-4 in the Dublin Schools Senior ‘B’ Football Final. CCC now advance to the Leinster Semi-Final.

Feb.27 – No Lotto Jackpot winner. Next week’s Jackpot €4,800. Fifteen Match 3 Winners win €20 each – David Byrne, Cormac Dowling, Alan Geraghty, Emma Kirwan, Conor Tiernan, Maureen Conway, Ronan Duffy, Mark Keane, Irene O’Brien, Declan Tobin, Pearse Corcoran, Sandra Fetherston, Tadgh Kelleher, Padraig Purcell and Niall Tutty. Lucky Dip €30 winner – Damien Mahon.

Feb.28 – Congrats to Cliona Hewson on being included in the Dublin Camogie U-16 Panel for their opening Leinster Championship match against Wexford om March 22.

Feb.29 – All Juvenile games postponed due to Storm Jorge. Another historic evening for Castleknock with Eoin O’Brien’s first National Football League start for Dublin at full-back and the first time that two Castleknock players, the other one being Ciarán Kilkenny, have started for Dublin in the National League. Dublin lose to Tyrone but still a proud occasion for the Club.

Mar.01 – Castleknock Seniors return to AFL Div.1 results in defeat in Rush as the team go down by 0-12 1-12 to St. Maur’s.  In Div.4 Castleknock open the season with a hard-working win in Somerton over Man O War 0-12 0-8.

Upcoming: The Senior Hurlers look to make it two wins from two in AHL3 when they play Naomh Olaf in Somerton on Sunday morning (Mar.8) at 10.30am. That game is followed at 12 noon by the AHL5 meeting of Castleknock and Lucan also in Somerton and then at 3pm again in Somerton the AHL9N side meet O’Dwyers. Minor Football League games in Divs. 1,4 and 6S are also fixed for next Sunday morning.

A Foundation Level course for new or existing coaches who must be 16 or older takes place in the Clubhouse, Somerton on March 13th (Theory 7-9.30), March 20th (Practical 7-10) and March 27th (Child Safeguarding Course). All coaches who have applied for the Camps and have not completed the Course as yet must attend. 

The Adult Awards Night takes place on Monday March 16th in Westmanstown. Tickets only €20 which includes bus, finger food, DJ and a drink. What more could you ask for? Tickets available from Laura 087-9193483 or Louise 085-1534270.

24-02-20 Castleknock Club Notes
Feb.18 – The Championship draws see Castleknock’s Senior Footballers being drawn in SFC1 Group 4 with Kilmacud Crokes, Raheny and St. Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh. The First Round of games will take place over the period April 15th-18 th . The Senior Hurlers are in Group 1 of the Senior ‘B’ Hurling Championship with Naomh Barrog, Round Towers (Clondalkin), O’Tooles, Cuala and Crumlin. The
Hurling First Round takes place on the weekend of April 4 th -5 th.

Feb.20 – No Lotto Jackpot winner. Next week’s Jackpot €4,600. Only two Match 3 winners so €150 
each to Carol Brady and Norah O’Connell. Lucky Dip €30 goes to Ann and Noel Farrell.

Feb.22 – Congrats to Luke Swan (1-1) and Senan Forker on Dublin U-20 Footballers Leinster Championship Semi-Final win over Meath (2-14 0-7) in Parnell Park. The Leinster Final against Laois is fixed for Friday night March 6. Sadly no joy for Mollie Turner and her St. Dominic’s Cabra Camogie colleagues who lose by 0-7 1-10 to St. Pat’s Academy Dungannon in the All-Ireland Post-Primary ‘C’ Final. In the Dublin U-13 Football Grading League Div.1 Castleknock lose to Na Fianna (2-1 3-5) while in Div.13 St. Brendan’s edge Castleknock by a single point (2-4 2-5). Congrats again to Ciarán Kilkenny as another star performance helps Dublin to a 1-15 1-14 NFL Div.1 win over Donegal.

Feb.23 – In the AHL Div.3 our Senior Hurlers make a brilliant start to the league with a 3-24 1-9 win over St. Mark’s. The game marks Cian O’Dulaing’s first game as the team’s new Captain. The MFL Div.1 team lose to narrowly (0-13 0-15) to Na Fianna and it was a similar story in Div.4 with Castleknock losing to Na Fianna as well (4-3 3-7). In spite of losing to Tipperary (0-8 0-14) in the Senior Camogie League it’s great to see Aoife Whelan on the scoresheet for Dublin. The Club extends its deepest sympathies to former Treasurer Michael Roche and family on the death of his father, also Michael, of Doneraile, County Cork. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Upcoming: Castleknock Community College Senior Football team which includes a number of our players meets Malahide Community School in the Dublin SF ‘B’ Final on thisTuesday Feb.25 on the 3G pitch in Abbotstown at 1.30pm. All support welcome. Please support the U-14 Girls and Boys Féile 2020 Table Quiz in The Carpenter (Upstairs) on this Friday February 28 @8pm. Teams of 4 - €40. Don’t forget the Féile 2020 Cash4Clobber Fundraiser as well. The Senior Footballers play St. Maur’s in Rush in AFL1 on Sunday March 1 at 10.30am. The AFL4 team plays Man O War in Somerton also at 10.30am. The AFL8 side meets Raheny in St. Anne’s at noon and the AFL11N team plays Lusk in Somerton at 3pm. The Minor Hurlers are also in action on Sunday morning. 

A Foundation Level course for new or existing coaches who must be 16 or older takes place in the Clubhouse, Somerton on March 13 th (Theory 7-9.30), March 20 th (Practical 7-10) and March 27 th (Child Safeguarding Course). All coaches who have applied for the Camps and have not completed the Course as yet must attend.The annual Adult Awards Night for all Adult and Minor teams will be held in Westmanstown on Monday March 16 th , the Eve of St. Patrick’s Day.

17/02/20 Castleknock Club Notes

Great to see Darragh Warnock receiving his 2019 Dublin U-20 Leinster Football Championship and All-Ireland Runners-up medals. Yet another proud moment for the Club.  It’s been a great start to 2020 for Senior Footballer, Limerick native Seamus O’Carroll who has followed up Limerick’s McGrath Cup success with three straight NFL wins.

Feb.12 – Well done CCC students Callum Sheridan and Dylan Clarke on joining the Second Year North Dublin Colleges Squad and on playing for North Dublin in their 8-17 1-5 League win in Abbotstown.  

Feb.13 – No Lotto Jackpot Winner. Next week’s Jackpot €4,400. Six Match 3 winners get €50 each – Oonagh Boland, Joe Garry, Jenny Hickey, Aoife McLoughlin, John Hynes and Padraig O’Brien. Lucky Dip €30 winner – Willie Green.

Feb.14 – Congrats to Caitlin Coffey centre-half forward on the Dublin Ladies Minor Football team on beating Meath 2-11 2-10 in the First Round of the Leinster Championship in the Meath Centre of Excellence in Dunganny on St. Valentine’s Day.

Feb.15 – The 2012 Boys hold a special Tree Planting ceremony in Tir na nÓg in memory of Calum Farrell. Thanks to everyone who organised this wonderful tribute to Calum.

Congrats to Luke Swan and Senan Forker on Dublin U-20’s Leinster Football Quarter-Final win 3-10 0-9 over Longford in Parnell Park. Dublin now meet Meath in the Leinster Semi-Final next weekend.

Wonderful to see five Castleknock players, Aisling O’Neill, Cara Feeney, Lucy Quinn, Mollie Turner and Caitlin Coffey, in the Dublin Minor Camogie squad for the first match of this year’s All-Ireland Series. Dublin beat the 2019 All-Ireland Minor Champions Cork in Bray by 1-12 1-09 helped by four points from play from corner-forward Aisling O’Neill. Lucy Quinn started in the other corner and Cara Feeney at wing-back with Caitlin Coffey and Mollie Turner on the bench. Another great day for Castleknock.

Storm Dennis wipes out the entire weekend calendar of Club games at Juvenile and Adult levels.

Upcoming: Following the disappointment of last weekend’s postponements this weekend sees the beginning of the 2020 Adult Hurling Leagues. The Senior Hurlers travel to Tallaght to play St. Mark’s in AHL Div.3. on Sunday morning (Feb.23) at 10am. In Div.5 Castleknock play Realt Dearg in Drimnagh Castle at midday and the Div.9 North side meet Setanta in Ballymun at 3pm. The Minor Football Leagues begin on Sunday morning as well.

Castleknock Community College Senior Football team which includes a number of our players meets Malahide Community School in the Dublin SF ‘B’ Final on Tuesday Feb.25 on the 3G pitch in Abbotstown at 1.30pm. All support welcome.

Please support the U-14 Girls and Boys Féile 2020 Table Quiz in The Carpenter (Upstairs) on Friday February 28 @8pm. Teams of 4 - €40. Don’t forget the Féile 2020 Cash4Clobber Fundraiser as well.

03/02/20 Castleknock Club Notes
Exciting times for Camogie in the club, as first Aoife Whelan joined the Dublin Senior team and now the news that Aisling Andrews has joined the Dublin Intermediate team. Congrats to Mollie Turner on St. Dominic’s Cabra winning the Camogie Senior ‘C’ All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Semi-Final beating St. Annes, Killaloe 4-9 2-7. Congrats also to the Castleknock girls on the recently successful
CCC and Mount Sackville teams. 

Feb.4 – Thanks to senior footballer, James Sherry of Somerton Physiotherapy Clinic, for his very informative Clubhouse talk on Injury Prevention. Thanks also to the many parents and mentors who turned up and engaged in some great discussions afterwards.

Feb.8 – Congrats to Luke Swan (0-3), full-forward on the Dublin U-20 team which beat Wicklow 1-17 1-07 in the Leinster U-20 Championship First Round in Aughrim. Great to see Senan Forker named among the subs as well. Dublin now play Longford in the Quarter-Final next Saturday (Feb.15) in Parnell Park at 2pm. Hats off to Ciarán Kilkenny and his Dublin colleagues on a miraculous comeback against Monaghan to gain a thrilling NFL draw. Castleknock U-16 Footballers lose by 1-7 2-10 to Thomas Davis in the league but victories for
Castleknock’s ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams in the U-13 Grading Football Leagues beating Fingal Ravens and St. Sylvesters although the ‘C’ team loses out to Good Counsel Liffey Gaels. The U-15 Football League fixtures were called off due to the weather.

Feb.9 – The U-14 (2006) Boys enjoy their first visit to the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown led by Senior Footballer James Sherry.

Upcoming: The 2020 Adult Football Leagues begin next weekend. The Senior Footballers mark their return to Div.1 with a home match in Somerton against neighbours St. Brigid’s on Sunday morning (Feb.16) at 10.30am followed at midday in Somerton by a Div.8 AFL game against Kilmacud Crokes. The Div.4 AFL side play St. Sylvester’s away and the Div.11N team travel to St. Maur’s in the afternoon. The three Minor Hurling teams also begin their League campaigns on Sunday morning. The Club’s Easter Camp which will be held from April 6 th -9 th in Tir na nOg is now Sold Out. If you want to claim a place on the Waiting List contact our Games Promotion Officer Maria Bergin on 0877563654 or maria.bergin.gpo.dublin@gaa.ie.

Any coaches who are interested in coaching during any of this year’s camps i.e. Easter Camp April 6 th - 9 th, Cúl Camps June 29 th -July 3 rd and July 6 th -10 th or Club Camp August 17 th -21 st email Maria Bergin requesting an application form. In your email you should specify which camp/camps you are applying for. Applicants must be 16 years old by June 28 th 2020.

Castleknock Club Notes Feb 2nd 2020

Congrats to all the Castleknock players who recently represented Dublin. Eoin O’Brien and Graham Hannigan played for the Dublin Senior footballers against Longford in the O’Byrne Cup. Darragh Warnock, Ciaran Murphy, Senan Forker, Conor Chawke, Conor Kelly and Luke Swan played for Dublin U-20 footballers in the John Kerins League and Cian Boyle, Conor Murray, Matthew Lynam, Evan McSherry, Luke Swan and Conor Chawke on representing Dublin North in the Leinster Colleges Senior Hurling Championship. Proud of you all.

Jan.30 – Congrats to all our players on the Castleknock Community College team on winning the Dublin Senior ‘B’ Football Championship Semi-Final beating Lucan CBS 7-8 2-13. Wishing Ben Harding a speedy recovery.   

Jan.31 – No Lotto Jackpot winner. Next week’s Jackpot €4,000. Six Match 3 winners receive €50 each – Rita O’Gara, Paula Harper, Conor Horgan, Brian McCann, Kevin Moloney, Dermot Nolan. Lucky Dip €30 – Madeline-Anna-Noel.

Feb.1 – Great Man of the Match display from Ciaran Kilkenny in Dublin’s NFL Div.1 victory over Mayo in Castlebar.

Feb.2 – Congrats to Aoife Whelan on making her Dublin Senior Camogie competitive intercounty debut in the second-half of the National Camogie League defeat to Galway. Aoife becomes the first Castleknock player to represent Dublin at this level.

Good win in the Leinster Camogie Club League Div.2 with Castleknock edging out O’Moore’s of Laois by 4-7 3-8 while in Div.4 Castleknock ‘B’ lost by 3-12 3-04 to Athy of Kildare.

The U-15 Football Leagues begin with two wins. In Div.2 Castleknock ‘A’ record a 1-9 1-7 win away to Whitehal Colmcille and in Div.7 the ‘B’ team score an impressive 4-7 0-7 victory over St. Pat’s Donabate. 

Upcoming: Feile time again and everyone is asked to support our Cash 4 Clobber Fundraiser in aid of the U-14’s Boys and Girls 2020 Feile teams. Simply drop your unwanted clothes, shoes, linens and bags (no duvets, cushions or pillows please) into the container in Somerton or on Saturday mornings to the Sign-in-Desk in the Nursery or the Club Shop. 

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