Bray People - - DISTRICT NEWS -


Satur­day 2nd April Spring Clean­ing from 10.00 till 14.00 in the Vil­lage. This will be the start of get­ting the Vil­lage ready for the sum­mer ahead. Meet­ing at St Joseph’s Church, Main St. Please Bring Gloves, pick­ers will be sup­plied on the day. New and old mem­bers wel­come and then ev­ery Mon­day evening 7pm till 9pm.


EN­ROL­MENTS: No­ti­fi­ca­tion of places for Ju­nior In­fants 2011 – 2012 has been posted to par­ents. A €50 non-re­fund­able de­posit must ac­com­pany all ac­cep­tance forms.

SCHOOL RAF­FLE: Tick­ets are still on sale for the Signed Ire­land Jer­sey and the Joyce Mur­ray Paint­ing. Tick­ets cost €5 from the School Sec­re­tary.

NA­TIONAL CHIL­DREN’S CHOIR: Well done to the School Choir who took part in the Na­tional Chil­dren’s Choir Con­cert in the Na­tional Bas­ket­ball Arena on Tues­day March 29th. Many Thanks to Mrs. Mullen, Ms. Daly, Ms. Cor­co­ran and Mrs. Mul­li­gan for all their hard work in train­ing the Choir.

SPRING­TIME DRAW: Please con­trib­ute to the an­nual fundrais­ing event of the School Year. Funds are ex­tremely low at the mo­ment as Depart­ment of Ed­u­ca­tion grants do not meet ba­sic ex­pen­di­ture. The 5 Week draw with 2 draws per week at a cost of €15 is an op­por­tu­nity for the lo­cal com­mu­nity to win good money prizes while help­ing to sup­port the school.


The Par­ent & Tod­dler group has started again in New­town­moun­tkennedy, meet­ing ev­ery Thurs­day Morn­ing in the Par­ents’ Room in St.Joseph’s Cen­tre. All par­ents, grand­par­ents, child­min­ders, are in­vited to at­tend with the lit­tle ones from 9.30am.


No foot­ball last week­end due to the John Giles ’Walk of Dreams’ in Dublin. Well done to the boys from the un­der 12’s and the girl’s from the un­der 13’s who rep­re­sented the club and many thanks to the many par­ents who came along on the day and par­tic­i­pated on the walk.

The fol­low­ing are the fix­tures for the w/end­ing Sat. 2nd/Sun. 3rd April: Un­der 8’s away to Rath­new F.C. ko to be con­firmed; Un­der 9’s away to Wick­low Rovers ’B’ ko to be con­firmed; Un­der 10’s at home to Ash­ford Rovers ko Satur­day at 10am; Un­der 12’s away to Carnew F.C. ko Satur­day to be con­firmed; Un­der 13’s away to Coolboy Rangers ko Sun­day at 11.30am; Girl’s un­der 13’s fix­ture to be con­firmed; Girl’s un­der 15’s fix­ture to be con­firmed; (Fix­tures & Ko Times Are Sub­ject To Change).

In our Golden Goals the win­ner from the Chelsea vs. Man. City match were as fol­lows; €60 - 78th minute - Stephen Nolan; €20 - 77th minute - Martin Con­nors c/o K.Con­nors; €20 - 79th minute - To be con­firmed.

This week’s game is the match be­tween Ire­land vs. Mace­do­nia. A cou­ple of weeks ago rep­re­sen­ta­tives from the club took part in a cleanup for the Tidy Towns on the Back road. Well done to Dion Doyle, Ross Shine, Ka­t­rina Con­nors, Danny Waters and Stephen Nolan for their hard work. For all queries/mat­ters re­lat­ing to the club con­tact Hughie on 087-6987653 or visit our web­site­town­ju­


Un­for­tu­nately the youths went out of the Youth cup at the semi fi­nal stage af­ter Glen­cor­mac de­feated them 3-2 in New­town. Daire Kileen and Sean Hef­fer­nan scored the New­town goals. Both the first & sec­ond team’s had no game.

The fol­low­ing are the fix­tures for the com­ing week: 2nd Team Away To Fas­saroe Yc Ko Tues.29th March at 7.45pm; 1st Team At Home To Su­gar­loaf Rangers Ko Sun­day at 2.30pm; 2nd Team Away To Bal­ly­waltrim F.C. Ko Sun­day at 11am;Youths - Fix­ture To Be Con­firmed (Fix­tures & Ko Times Are Sub­ject To Change)


Last Fri­day evening un­der the lights in Avon­dale our un­der14’s took on the reign­ing cham­pi­ons Bless­ing­ton in the fi­nal of this year’s Feile. For once we were quick out of the traps and raced into an early lead, the first half was score for score and fin­ished level at half time 3 points each.

In the sec­ond half Bless­ing­ton got the cru­cial scores while we strug­gled to con­vert the chances we had and while we lost by 6 points we were never re­ally out of the match un­til the fi­nal whis­tle.

The lads bat­tled on gamely and on a night where we did not get the rub of the green or the big de­ci­sions, they still fought un­til the end and can be proud of the ef­fort and com­mit­ment that they put in. With the league and cham­pi­onship still to start you can be sure we have not heard the last of this team.

Panel of play­ers on the night was S Carthy, J Shan­non, S Fenelon, L Keogh, K Dal­ton, R Greenan, E Mo­ran, D Walsh, V Ribakov, R Davis, M Doyle, D Carthy, R Tay­lor, L Turner, K Turner, A Hef­fer­nan and S Pawlac.

Af­ter the match the lads headed back to the club­house for some re­fresh­ments pro­vided by cen­tre, while the par­ents had some of the finest sand­wiches that were ever tasted, made by Jo­hanna and Caro­line. Thanks girls and well done.

The Un­der 8’s are cur­rently train­ing on Mon­days and Wed­nes­days from 6-7 so if you have a boy or girl that wants to learn the ba­sics of the game and have a bit of fun then please con­tact Frankie at 086 3808799 for more de­tails. The club would like to ex­tend their deep­est sym­pa­thies to the fam­ily and friends of John Doyle RIP who trag­i­cally passed away last week. May he rest in peace.

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