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It’s been an event­ful few weeks for the Rocks re­cently. The ju­ve­nile com­mit­tee was re­con­sti­tuted with the fol­low­ing of­fi­cers be­ing elected: Joe Gil­bert: Chair­man Billy Mel­lon: Vice-Chair Sinead Ke­hoe: Trea­surer Derek Black: PRO John Somers: Sec­re­tary Niall O’Shea: As­sis­tant Sec­re­tary.

The ju­ve­niles were in action in the un­der-10 com­pe­ti­tion re­cently. The U10s played the last round of the league sec­tion of the Tom Ryan in­door com­pe­ti­tion at the week­end. There were only two games in this round and they had two good wins. In the first game the were up against a young St. Pat’s team; the Rocks proved too strong and ran out comfortable win­ners. It was a very good team per­for­mance but Tom Somers stood out with four quick fire goals with his strike part­ner Ja­son Roche get­ting three. The sec­ond game was closer than the 4-0 score­line would in­di­cate. Kil­coole were the op­po­si­tion this time and pushed hard for scores, but very strong de­fend­ing from Quentin O’Reilly and Dar­ragh Walker en­sured that the scores never came. Again Tom Somers was the top scorer with two goals. In both games all subs were used and all put in good per­for­mances. The team fin­ished in the run­ner up po­si­tion and are now into the sem-fi­nals of the cup. The fi­nal will take place on the 28th of this month with a pre­sen­ta­tion of medals and light re­fresh­ments for all the teams af­ter in the Rocks’ club­house. All play­ers are asked to make a big ef­fort to be there on the day as with a full panel they are in with a very good chance of winning.

In other news the Rocks se­cured a new spon­sor in Ark­low Waste Dis­posal. This was so­lid­i­fied over the last week and will prove a winning com­bi­na­tion for the up­com­ing sea­son. Thanks to AWD for their sup­port. More in­for­ma­tion on this will be forth­com­ing. Train­ing con­tin­ues on Wed­nes­days at the sports com­plex at 9 pm and 15.30 on Satur­day in the field be­hind the sports com­plex.As a re­minder, mem­ber­ship fees are now due Mem­ber = €60, non-player = €20, fam­ily = €70. Any­one who does not pay mem­ber­ship will not be el­i­gi­ble for doc­tors, physio, in­sur­ance or vot­ing rights. O’Brien, Joe Healy, Gerry Far­rell or Richie Grif­fin for de­tails.

St. Pa­tricks Ladies Ju­ve­nile Un­der-16s and un­der-14 have started train­ing for the 2009. Their train­ing times are Un­der­16s Satur­day 11am - 12am and Thurs­day evening 7.30pm - 9pm.

Un­der-14s train on Mon­day evenings 6.30pm - 7.30pm and Satur­day from 11am-12am.

The Satur­day Camp for un­der-12, 10 and Nurs­ery will re­sume Satur­day 28th Fe­bru­ary at 11 a.m. If your daugh­ter is in­ter­ested in play­ing with any of the above teams please con­tact Stephen McNulty on 086 8235248 or Veron­ica Leonard on 085 1405847 for more in­for­ma­tion as all new play­ers are wel­come. Club Mem­ber­ships are now due and are payable to Michael Dwyer (Chair­man), or Ai­dan Doyle (Sec­re­tary). Se­nior adult is €75, Ju­ve­nile €50, and Fam­ily mem­ber­ship is €100.

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