Weekly Club Notes May 13 - 19

(20 May 2019)

Castleknock Club Notes May 13-19

May 13 – Castleknock and Whitehall share an amazing 14 goals in the U15 Football Div.2 League but Whitehall shade it on points, 7-10 7-7.

May 14 – Senior 2 Camogie lose a tight match, 2-10 3-9, against Naomh Mearnog but the Junior 2 side continue their winning ways with a 6-13 1-1 win over St. Anne’s to become Champions Elect. In the Junior ‘C’ Hurling Championship Castleknock experience a first defeat going down 0-17 1-17 to new table-toppers St. Joseph’s/OCB.

May 15 – In a marvellous contest Castleknock beat Naomh Olaf, 1-28-1-22, in the Senior ‘B’ Hurling Championship. A slow start left Castleknock Ladies IFC team with too much to do to catch Cuala, 2-5 3-15. Congrats to Alex Watson, Senan Forker, Luke Swan (0-3) and Ben Harding on Dublin’s LMFC win 2-13 0-13 over Offaly. Congrats too to Matthew Lynam who was named Best and Fairest player in Dublin Clarke’s Celtic Hurling Challenge (U-17) victory over Laois.

May 16 – Huge Junior ‘F’ Hurling Championship win for Castleknock over Civil Service.

May 17 – Well done to Hannah Bourke on winning the Dublin Puc Fada in Howth.

May 18 – Massive Ladies Football Féile day with both the Div.2 and the Div.10 teams qualifying for the Semi-Finals. No luck for the Div.2 team but the Div.10 side go through to the Final. Good AHL3 win for the Senior Hurlers beating Naomh Mearnog 2-14 0-16.

May 19 – Cian Boyle grabs 1-12 as the AHL6 team overcome Kilmacud by 3-18 3-14 in a classic in Somerton. An afternoon to remember as the Div.10 girls win a thrilling Féile Final beating St. Margaret’s in O’Toole Park. The Féile magic lives on.

Sincere sympathy to Dearbhla Lennon on the death of her uncle Philip Lonergan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Upcoming – A Club Race Night is being held in Kavanagh’s, Laurel Lodge on Friday, May 31st.

The Annual Golf Classic takes place in Westmanstown Golf Club on Friday June 21st. For further information contact Mick Lynch 086-2531600 or Charlie Spillane 085-1101008.

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Castleknock Club Notes – May 7 – May 12

May 7 – A great Camogie double to start the week, with a Senior 2 League win over Cuala by 2-13 0-8 and the Junior 2 League team beating St.Brigid’s to make it 7 wins out of 7 in Cup and League.

May 8 – A thrilling Ladies Football Intermediate Championship debut for Castleknock ends in a 3-9 3-9 draw with Clann Mhuire – Ciara Murray grabs all 3 Castleknock goals. In the Ladies Junior ‘C’ Championship Ballyboden edge a well fought game, 5-8 2-13 while Castleknock’s Senior Footballers lose a competitive game for the first time in 2019 going down by 0-9 0-14 to St. Sylvester’s in Malahide. The AFL Div.4 side lose by a point 0-11 1-9 to Cuala.

May 9 – The AFL Div.9 Footballers maintain their unbeaten league run with a 1-12 0-12 win over Sylvester’s in Broomfield. The U-13 Div.2 hurlers defeat Naomh Barrog but the U-13 Div.5 team lose to Lucan. No Jackpot Lotto winner – next week’s Jackpot €3,800 – one Match 3 Winner €300 – Barbara Devlin.

May 11 – Luke Swan and Conor Murray share in Dublin’s Leinster MHC draw with Wexford to qualify for the Leinster Semi-Final. Congrats also to Senior Footballer Seamus O’Carroll who helps end Limerick’s 7-year Munster SFC drought with a shock win over Tipperary.

Saturday was also a big day in Portlaoise with Eimear, Saoirse and Aoife representing Castleknock in the U-14 Camagie Blitz and hurlers Callum Sheridan, Sean Doyle and Dylan Clarke being on the Dublin U-14 team that beat Galway. A great occasion for everyone concerned.

Work was begun on the Clubhouse Patio with some serious manhours put in by Mick Lynch, Alan Rushe, Patrick McKeown and Emmet McGarvey. Thanks to everyone concerned.

May 12 – The Senior Footballers got back on track in the AFL Div.2 with a workmanlike 3-7 0-5 win over Scoil Úi Chonaill. The AFL Div.4 team have 11 points to spare over Na Fianna (5-11 2-9) to keep their League challenge very much alive. The AFL Div.9 team lost to Rosmini Gaels (0-8 1-16) but the AFL Div.11S side beat St. James’s Gaels (1-16 0-5). Alfie Sawyer made a cameo appearance and a clash of jerseys forced Castleknock as the home team to wear their jerseys inside out. Not a great fashion statement if the truth be told.

Mixed news in the MHL - Div.1 Castleknock 4-22 Thomas Davis 4-15. Div.3 Castleknock lost to O’Toole’s. Div.4N Castleknock lost to St. Peregrine’s.

Upcoming – A Club Race Night is being held in Kavanagh’s, Laurel Lodge on Friday, May 31st.

The Annual Golf Classic takes place in Westmanstown Golf Club on Friday June 21st. For further information contact Mick Lynch 086-2531600 or Charlie Spillane 085-1101008.

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Castleknock Club Notes – April 30 – May 6

April 30 – Féile week begins with a 2-6 3-8 defeat for the Castleknock Camogie Senior 2 League team against a pacey Kilmacud side while at the same time the Junior 2 League team has a point to spare 1-9 2-5 over St. Finian’s. An exciting 4-15 6-7 win the same evening for the U-14 Girls footballers against Cuala.

May 1 – The Ladies Footballers Div.2 team lose a high-scoring thriller to O’Dwyer’s out in Balbriggan, 6-7 5-13. The Ladies Div.5 team beat St. Finian’s/St. Margaret’s 6-13 0-4 to bring their League tally to 20-49 in 4 games. Two goals apiece for Aoife Delaney and Rachel Slater.

May 4 – A disappointing Féile for both Boys teams. The Div.1 Boys fail to get out of a strong group out in Silverpark (well done Kilmacud who won Div.1 out) and it is just as hard in Somerton for the Div.6 Boys (congrats to St. Maur’s who won Div.6). Many thanks to all our players, parents and mentors. Congrats to Conor Murray and Luke Swan on Dublin’s Leinster MHC win over Offaly (1-23 1-10). Luke goals for the third Dublin game in a row. A Senior ‘B’ SHC defeat (0-13 3-19) out in Shankill as Cuala produce some flawless hurling.

May 5 – Two Championship wins out of two as the Junior ‘C’ Hurlers get the better of St. Sylvester’s in Somerton (1-15 1-3). Brian Carter’s ‘wonder’ goal the highlight. Victory for the MFL1 team against Skerries (1-14 2-10) as last gasp points from Cian Boyle and Ronan McCann help sneak the win. In the MFL3 a remarkable game sees Castleknock go from 5 goals down to almost grab a win but Clanna Gael Fontenoy just hold on to win it 6-9 6-6. MFL5N 0-10 Whitehall 2-11.

May 6 - Congrats  to Hannah Bourke on qualifying for the Dublin Camogie Poc Fada Juvenile Final on May 17.

Upcoming: The Annual CCC Plant Sale is on next weekend – May 11/12 – Club members are asked to give their support.
The Annual Golf Classic takes place in Westmanstown Golf Club on Friday June 21st. For further information contact Mick Lynch 086-2531600 or Charlie Spillane 085-1101008. 

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Castleknock Club Notes April 23-28

April 23 – Congrats to the club’s Dublin Minor Footballers Alex Watson, Senan Forker, Luke Swan and Ben Harding on their Leinster Championship win over Meath (4-10 2-10), Luke grabbing 1-1 late on to seal the win.

April 24 – A terrific battling win over St. Vincent’s (3-8 0-14) in Round 2 of the SFC, Shane Boland, Gerard McDermottroe and Kevin Stephenson the goal-scorers on a never to be forgotten night in Malahide ensuring a fourth successive SFC Quarter-Final slot as a result. Not such a good evening for our Minor Footballers however, the Div.1 team losing 1-15 3-15 to St. Sylverster’s, the Div.3 side going down by 1-8 4-12 to neighbours St. Brigid’s and the Div.5N team losing 2-5 3-8 to St. Paul’s. Better news for the Ladies 1 Footballers as they register a hard fought 3-11 3-09 win over Clann Mhuire in the Adult Div.2 Cup and a huge 7-13 1-04 win over St. Monica’s for our Ladies 2 Footballers in the Adult League Div.5.

April 25 – No Jackpot Winner – Next week’s Jackpot €3,400 – Match 3 Winners receive €75 each – Terry Buckley, Darren Martin, Valery McSherry and Ronan Travers.

April 27th – Disappointment for Conor Murray (0-1) and Luke Swan (1-0), following on his goal for the Minor footballers on Tuesday, as Dublin go down by 2-8 0-15 in the Leinster Minor Hurling Championship v Kilkenny in Nowlan Park. Sadly no joy either for Aisling O’Neill (0-2) or Lucy Quinn who were on the Dublin U-16 Ladies Football team beaten by Meath (2-5 3-9) in the Leinster Final in Ballymore Eustace. Congrats to Cliona Hewson on being part of the Dublin Camogie U-15 Development squad’s trip to Wexford.

April 28th – One to forget for the Junior 1 Footballers as they were outplayed 2-6 1-20 by Ballinteer St. John’s in R.2 of the Championship. Better news from the Blakestown Road as the JFC3 team recorded a hard fought 1-14 1-10 win over St. Peregrine’s to keep their Group hopes alive. The JFC5 team lost their rearranged match against Clanna Gael Fontenoy 1-6 1-15, a notable feature of the game being the return to competitive action of Eoghan O’Callaghan a member of the club’s first Adult Football team back in 1998. MHL Div.1 Castleknock 1-7 St. Vincent’s 4-21 MHL Div.3 Castleknock 2-9 Skerries 4-19.

Upcoming – next Saturday Castleknock hosts the Dublin Div.6 Boys Football Féile in Somerton. Volunteers welcome. Contact: juvenileboyschair@castleknock.net.

The Annual Golf Classic takes place in Westmanstown Golf Club on Friday June 21st. For further information contact Mick Lynch 086-2531600 or Charlie Spillane 085-1101008.

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Castleknock Club Notes – April 15-22

April 15 – The Easter Camp dominates the week. Great job by GPO Maria Bergin  in getting everyone in out of the rain in the morning and everyone back outdoors in the afternoon.

April 16 – Dublin football star Brian Howard makes a welcome Easter Camp appearance. Double delight – two fine camogie victories over St. Vincent’s – Senior 2 League Castleknock 1-10 St. Vincent’s 1-07 and Junior 2 League Castleknock 2-04 St. Vincent’s 0-02 to make it 5 wins in-a-row.

April 17 – The Ladies Football ‘B’ team make it 2 League wins from 2 by beating Ballymun Kickhams away 3-13 3-09 in the Adult League Div.5. Our deepest sympathy to Jenny, Danny and Conor Kelly on the death of Jenny’s mother Anne Marie Benson. Ár dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

April 18 – Final day of another a hugely successful Easter Camp all thanks to GPO Maria Bergin, her 28 Coaches and the many inspirational guests who dropped in. U-15 Div.1 Hurling League – Clinical Castleknock record massive 3-25 2-05 win over St. Jude’s (Adam Kelly 3-4 Neil Hogan 0-11).

No Lotto Jackpot winner - €3,200 next week – Match 3 winners JP Lee Cheong, Patricia Mooney and Ruth Holmes receive €100 each.

April 20 – Thanks to everyone for helping out with the Annual Somerton Spring Clean.

April 22 – Big day in Kilmacud at the Camogie Féile Skillstar event for Alison Callinan, Eimear Sutton and Sarah McMenamin. Making us all proud.

Upcoming – on April 27th Ann Carolan leads a team of 10 up Carrauntoohil in Kerry to raise funds for The Mater Foundation. All contributions gratefully received at any time.

A date for the Diary – the Annual Golf Classic takes place in Westmanstown Golf Club on Friday June 21st. The Golf Classic Committee would like to thank all sponsors and returning teams for their continuing support. For further information contact Mick Lynch 086-2531600 Charlie Spillane 085-1101008.

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Castleknock Club Notes - April 06-14

April 06 - U-8 Boys Hurling Blitz at Somerton and Collinstown – medals and goodie bags all round. Good opening round win in the Senior ‘B’ Hurling Championship – Castleknock 1-17 Thomas Davis 2-12 – match interrupted by Garda pursuit of lorry speeding through Somerton. Congrats to Senior footballer Tommy McDaniel on winning NFL Div.3 title with his native Westmeath to add to the O’Byrne Cup medal he won earlier in the year when Westmeath beat Dublin (including our own Shane Boland) in the Final.

April 07 - A late Castleknock point beats Erin’s Isle 0-13 0-12 in windy conditions in Finglas in the Junior Hurling ‘C’ Championship. In the afternoon Raheny proved much too strong for our Third team hurlers in the Junior Hurling ‘F’ Championship in Somerton 6-11 1-7. The Adult Camogie League Div.2 team produced a terrific display to beat Raheny 4-12 2-11.

Excellent League wins for both Minor Football league teams in Somerton. Div.1 Castleknock 5-17 Thomas Davis 2-14. Div.3 Castleknock 3-11 Templeogue Synge Street 1-7.

April 08 - Great turn-out for LGFA Referees Course. Plenty of future whistlers.

April 10 - Our sympathies go out to the families and friends of Michael Murphy, Monkstown, Co. Cork and Michael Lynch, Co. Kerry. Ár dheis Dé go raibh a anam. Féile teams received their tops – excitement mounting.

Big First Round win in the Senior Football Championship in bitterly cold Clondalkin. Castleknock 1-18 Ballinteer St. John’s 1-11 (Tommy McDaniel 0-7 Seamus O’Carroll 1-2).

League wins for our Ladies Football teams. The Senior team beat Clann Mhuire by 3 points and the ‘B’ team beat Whitehall 5-10 0-7.

April 11 – No Lotto Jackpot winner - €3,000 next week. €100 Winners – Aidan McGivern, Joe Murray, Ronan Murray. Order tickets from Lisa @086-1022296 before 9pm on May 11th for LSHC Dublin v Wexford in Parnell Park on Sunday May 19th at 3pm.

April 12 - The Contractor’s handover of the new Clubhouse took place today, a hugely significant event in Club history. Special thanks to the hard-working Committee who brought it about: Noel Dillon; Martina Finn; John Conway; Liam Ó Flannagáin and Niall Tutty.

April 13 – The Div.2 Féile Boys Hurling team beat Erin’s Isle (2-5 0-8), Kevin’s (4-5 1-4) and Naomh Barróg (3-4 1-3) to go through to the Div.2 Semi-Final in which they beat St. Sylvesters. In spite of beating Na Fianna our Div.5 side lose to Scoil Úi Chonaill, St. Mark’s and Westmanstown Gaels and so fail to make it to the knock-out stages.

Castleknock Ladies Football teams combine to play Australian Rules in great bonding exercise in DCU.

April 14th – Fabulous Féile success for our Div.2 Boys Hurling team beating Erin’s Isle 2-5 0-2 at Blakestown Road. Disappointing day for our Junior Footballers in the Championship’  

JFC1 Castleknock 1-11 Kilmacud Crokes 2-12

JFC3 Castleknock 0-03 Good Counsel/Liffey Gaels 0-14

JFC5 Referee failed to turn-up

Minor Hurling Hurling League results:

A big win in the MHL1 away to Raheny – FT – Castleknock 2-14 Raheny 0-04

Castleknock outgunned by Erin’s Isle in MHL3 – FT Castleknock 1-11 Erin’s Isle 5-10

Castleknock lost out by a point to St. Brigid’s in MHL4 North. – FT Castleknock 2-5 St. Brigid’s 1-9

Further details elsewhere on www.castleknock.net

Report: Kevin Mallon


 

 

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