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CARNEW CAMO­GIE

CHRIST­MAS IS COM­ING EARLY! There will be a Christ­mas party night in aid of Carnew Em­met Camo­gie Club on Satur­day night, July 2, in Ho­gan’s The Lodge, from 9pm. Christ­mas jumpers, t-shirt, santy hats, etc. all es­sen­tial for this great night of win­ter mad­ness in the mid­dle of sum­mer! Maybe the big man him­self will make a spe­cial ap­pear­ance on the night with some presents. Ad­mis­sion €5. Get your tin­sel and baubles out.

And, the fol­low­ing morn­ing, Sun­day, July 3, there will be a spon­sored walk in Tom­nafinnogue Woods at noon, also in aid of the Camo­gie Club. An ideal op­por­tu­nity to walk off any cob­webs from the night be­fore!

CARNEW EMMETS

Con­grat­u­la­tions to our Un­der-14s who won the fi­nal in their sec­tion of the Féile on Sun­day morn­ing in Tip­per­ary. They won their two games on Fri­day evening against Eire Og An­nacarthy and Saviours of Water­ford, their game on Satur­day morn­ing against Lat­tin, Tip­per­ary, was won and they then played the quar­ter-fi­nal against Bal­ly­var­ley which the won well and played Fethard in the fi­nal, win­ning 2-13 to 1-5, well done lads.

The Ju­nior hurlers won against Kil­te­gan on Wed­nes­day and play Fer­gal Ogs on this Wed­nes­day.

The foot­ballers won against Avoca and play Ti­na­hely on Thurs­day.

The In­ter­me­di­ates play A.R.P. on Fri­day evening in Arklow

The se­niors play Bray on Sun­day evening at 6.30pm

The Un­der-12s played Avon­dale on Mon­day and the Un­der-14s play North Wick­low Gaels on Wed­nes­day in Bal­li­nakill. AUGHRIM Train­ing con­tin­ues Tues­days and Fri­days at 8pm. Need all to at­tend, no ex­cuses, cham­pi­onship ap­proach­ing shortly.

Hard luck to Robert and the Wick­low team last Satur­day against Car­low.

Well done to Ian Clancy and Eanna Owens who were mem­bers of the Wick­low Un­der-17 team who won the Celtic Chal­lenge Cup on Satur­day.

LUKE O’ TOOLE’S

The com­bined Aughrim/Ti­na­hely team rep­re­sented Wick­low in Di­vi­sion 6 of the Féile last week­end. They got off to a flyer on Fri­day evening beat­ing Naomh Brid, Water­ford, by 0-07 to 0-05 and then Ath­league, Roscom­mon, by 3-05 to 0-01.

But things came un­stuck on Satur­day when ev­ery­thing that could go wrong did go wrong. The team lost out to even­tual All-Ire­land win­ners and host club An Ghaeltacht by 0-04 to 0-02, with the An Ghaeltacht goal sur­viv­ing at­tack af­ter at­tack as Luke’s searched for the win­ning score in the dy­ing min­utes. The bus got a flat tyre on tran­sit to the quar­ter fi­nal game against Rock­well Rovers, from Tip­per­ary, and the game had to be pushed back to 3pm, and when the bus couldn’t climb a steep hill, the omens cer­tainly weren’t good.

The team, how­ever, played out of their skins against Rock­well and lost out 1-04 to 0-3, hav­ing raced in to a three-point lead. The Rock­well goal came from a for­tu­itous side­line cut which cer­tainly brought Rock­well back in to the game.

Rock­well, like An Ghaeltacht, also pro­gressed to the fi­nal. The club would like to thank our hosts An Ghaeltacht for a fan­tas­tic week­end we would like to thank all the peo­ple who helped spon­sor our trip to the Féile, and most im­por­tantly all the 21 play­ers who played with heart and de­ter­mi­na­tion through­out the com­pe­ti­tion, they are a credit to the club an to their par­ents .

The club would like to con­grat­u­late our hosts An Ghaeltacht on their All-Ire­land suc­cess as well as Michael Dwyers (Di­vi­sion 5) and Carnew (Di­vi­sion 10) for win­ning their re­spec­tive All-Ire­land com­pe­ti­tions.

It is no mean feat for Wick­low clubs to come home with two cups for the sec­ond year in a row and maybe the County Board will start to re­alise that now is a good time to put more re­sources in to hurl­ing in the county, start­ing in the schools. On the do­mes­tic scene Luke O’ Toole’s Un­der-12 team were given a les­son in hurl­ing by Western Gaels last week­end, hope­fully they will learn from this game and come back stronger and bet­ter play­ers in the very near fu­ture.

AUGHRIM JU­VE­NILES

The Un­der-8 and Un­der-10 hurl­ing teams played at the mon­ster blitz in Bal­li­nakill on Satur­day last and played some great hurl­ing to come away with some good vic­to­ries.

With some play­ers away at the Féile it was great to get a turn out, so well done to all for mak­ing the ef­fort.

The Kel­loggs Cúl Camps is fast ap­proach­ing , this is an ac­tion packed week of GAA ac­tiv­i­ties, run­ning from 10am to 2.30pm daily.

You can book your child in to the Cúl Camp on­line at gaa.ie/kel­log­gscul­camps and re­ceive a new jersey, train­ing top and back­pack.

The Aughrim camp is on from July 25 to 29 and is the best value for money camp around. Costs are: first child €55, sec­ond child €45, third, fourth, fifth child €40 each. With over 100 kids at­tend­ing this camp ev­ery year, this is the place to send your kids for a well de­served break dur­ing the sum­mer hol­i­days.

GLE­NEALY

Well done to the Ju­nior hurlers who had an­other good victory last Wed­nes­day evening. They trav­elled to Grey­stones to play Eire Og and came away with a great win.

The lads hit the ground run­ning and built up a big half time lead of 3-6 to 0-4. They added an­other 2-5 in the sec­ond half to their op­po­nents 0-7 to run out win­ners, 5-11 to 0-11.

Full for­ward Dean Franey led the line well scor­ing 1-3, Ross O’Brien, Derek O’Neill, John O’Hal­lo­ran, and sub Colm Reynolds also raised green flags.

Aaron Meade scored four points, Ben O’Neill scored two with Ed­die Doyle and Theo Smith get­ting one each. The back line was rock solid with Ste­fan O’Brien, David Nolan and Tony Con­yard par­tic­u­larly prom­i­nent. Their next game is against league lead­ers St. Pat’s in the Park this Wed­nes­day evening (tonight).

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Cian Staunton, Matthew Traynor, Gary Hughes, Cal Con­nolly and Jonathan O’Neill who were on the Wick­low Un­der-17 hurl­ing team that beat West­meath in the fi­nal of the Celtic Chal­lenge Cup in Nowlan Park yes­ter­day, also not for­get­ting men­tor Sheila Driver who puts so much time into Wick­low hurl­ing. Well done one and all.

There was no win­ner of the jack­pot in last week’s club lotto. The num­bers drawn were 10, 11, 26, and 28. The jack­pot this week stands at €3,800, time to buy that ex­tra ticket.

TI­NA­HELY

Luke O’Tooles trav­elled to Water­ford last Fri­day morn­ing to take part in the 2016 Féile. The first match was in mod­eligo against Naomh Brid, Water­ford, at 4.45pm, which we won.

The sec­ond match was played in the same venue at 5.45pm against Ath­league/Tre­mane, from Roscom­mon, which we also won.

The last game in the group was played on Satur­day morn­ing in Ring at 10.30am against An Gaeltacht. The lads took on Rock­well/Roseg­reen in the quar­ter-fi­nal n Satur­day af­ter­noon but un­for­tu­nately lost by four points. Well done to each and every­one of them for do­ing their club and county proud.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Carnew Emmets and Michael Dy­w­ers on win­ning All-Ire­lands at the Féile.

Se­nior Foot­ball - Our Se­nior team were away on Sun­day morn­ing last in the league to Rath­new on a wet and wild morn­ing. Un­for­tu­nately the lads lost by four points. Train­ing is on Fri­day night at 8pm.

Ju­nior foot­ball - Our Ju­nior team had no match last week so we play Carnew away this Thurs­day evening at 7.30pm.

Lotto re­sults from June 13 – Num­bers drawn were: 4, 16, 21, and 22. The bonus num­ber was 5. There was no jack­pot win­ner. Match three win- ners: David O’Neill, Vin­cent Blake, B Campbell, Mar­garet Sta­ple­ton.

Next lotto jack­pot: €8,700. Draw will take place in Black Toms on Mon­day, June 20.

BAL­LI­NA­COR

No def­i­nite word on when our first cham­pi­onship match is at time of writ­ing so keep an eye on the fix­tures and the Face­book page for up­dates.

Hard luck to the lads against Carnew last week. The ef­fort is def­i­nitely there so the luck will turn soon.

Ju­ve­nile train­ing con­tin­ues ev­ery Mon­day evening at 6.30pm. We are host­ing a Go Games this Fri­day evening for Un­der-8 and Un­der-10 teams. All sup­port and help is ap­pre­ci­ated. Well done to Sean Kenny on play­ing on the county Un­der-14 team.

Also there is a new walk­ing group be­ing formed in the area. Any­one in­ter­ested in join­ing can meet on the Chapel Road in Greenan at 6.30pm on Wed­nes­day evenings.

AGB

AGB’s Un­der-14 girls got back to win­ning ways late last week away to Balt­in­glass, and fin­ished with a fi­nal score of AGB 7-07, Balt­in­glass 2-01.

The girls started anx­iously but within the first 10 min­utes they took the game in hand. Af­ter a few wides, the girls took their scores well and dom­i­nated the game, lead­ing at half-time. The sec­ond half saw a more con­fi­dent team take total con­trol of the game and saw some won­der­ful scores from dis­tance. There was a great all round dis­play by all the girls, and this will give the girls huge con­fi­dence go­ing into next week­end in the re­gional Féile in Kil­dare, where they will play against teams from Gal­way, Mayo and West­meath.

AGB’s Un­der-10 girls played Castle­town in a chal­lenge match dur­ing the week. The girls put in a tremen­dous ef­fort in their game and all were very happy with the out­come on the night.

The first County De­vel­op­ment Draw took place last Fri­day, June 17, in the Arklow Bay Ho­tel. Thank­ing you all for your sup­port. Well done to all the win­ners, and es­pe­cially Jen­nifer Mitchell and Gwen and Belinda McElleron who were lucky win­ners of €150 in the draw. The next draw will be held next Fri­day, June 24, at 8pm in the Cen­tre of Ex­cel­lence Bal­li­nakill, all are wel­come to at­tend.

AGB mem­ber­ship badges are now avail­able for €5 for all club mem­bers. They can be bought in Pearse’s Park or Bal­ly­money.

AGB’s Sum­mer Camp for chil­dren aged 5-12 will be held in Pearses’ Park from Au­gust 8 to 12. Prices are €40 per child. An ex­cit­ing week of fun, games and ac­tiv­i­ties are planned. Ap­pli­ca­tions can be made on 087 1374812 or at ark­low­gaa@ gmail.com.

The next meet­ing of the Arklow Geraldines Bal­ly­money Club Ex­ec­u­tive is sched­uled for Wed­nes­day, July 6 at 8pm in Pearse’s Park.

AGB Club gear is avail­able at great prices. See gear and prices at: Club Gear on Face­book. Con­tact Kerry on 087 3287881 to or­der.

Please send club notes to ark­low­gaa@gmail. com or ag­bladiespro@gmail.com. You can con­tact the AGB PRO at above email, Face­book (‘Arklow Geraldines Bal­ly­money GAA Club’ or ‘AGB Ladies’) or Twit­ter.

DUNLAVIN

Dunlavin GAA send our heart­felt con­grat­u­la­tions to Michael Dwyers hurl­ing club on be­com­ing the All-Ire­land hurl­ing cham­pi­ons for 2016 Féile na nGael.

Un­der the guid­ance of Dunlavin man Michael Mo­ran, who has been a key men­tor for the club over the years, well done to you and es­pe­cially to our lo­cal he­roes Tom Mo­ran, Alan Mi­ley, Mícheál Cleary, Jack Reid, Matthew Byrne and Rory Martin.

On the Fri­day, Michael Dwyers beat Pas­sage in the first game by a goal af­ter be­ing down 1-5 to 2 points early on. Fi­nal score: Michael Dwyers 2-5 to Pas­sage 1-5.

They went on to beat Car­low Town con­vinc­ingly in the fol­low­ing game, fi­nal score: 1-0 to 3-13.

The boys topped their group with a 1-10 to 2-1 victory over De La Salle which led them to the quar­ter-fi­nals.

They bagged an­other win against Bal­ly­mochler by 2-8 to 1-3 and then again in the semis Michael Dwyers 2-7 to 0-5 Clonoulty/Ross­more.

On to the fi­nal where they took on Eoghain Ruadh, from Ty­rone, and here they were vic­to­ri­ous by a sin­gle point. Fi­nal score: 4-4 to 3-4.

This is a fan­tas­tic achieve­ment for this group of play­ers.

Thanks to Hol­ly­wood GAA for host­ing the home­com­ing event and de­spite the weather there was a great turnout to wel­come the All-Ire­land champs back to their na­tive Wick­low.

Dunlavin GAA very much ap­pre­ci­ates the work Michael Dwyers club have done on the field and behind the scenes to al­low our play­ers the won­der­ful op­por­tu­nity to par­tic­i­pate in Féile 2016. We are thrilled for all in­volved and may it in­spire them all to con­tinue to strive for suc­cess in the fu­ture.

Well done to Donard-The Glen Camo­gie girls also for do­ing so well in their Féile cam­paign last week­end. They did them­selves proud for their first time in the com­pe­ti­tion.

Hard luck to the lads in Di­vi­sion 1 last Sun­day against Coolkenno. It was a nar­row de­feat, fi­nal score: 1-08 to Coolkenno, 1-07 to Dunlavin. Scor­ers: Tom Davis 1-05, Daniel Daw­son and Barry Mi­ley 0-01 each.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the Wick­low Un­der-17 hurlers who are the All-Ire­land Celtic Chal­lenge win­ners af­ter they de­feated West­meath by 5-13 to 1-14. Well done to Conor Deer­ing and MJ Mo­ran. Su­per achieve­ment for you both.

We send out best wishes to St Ni­cholas GAA in their Féile cam­paign this week­end. They will be hosted by Rath­more, Co. Kerry. En­joy ev­ery minute lads and good luck in your games.

Dunlavin GAA Lotto: No win­ner of last week’s jack­pot of €2,400. Num­bers drawn were 11, 5, 17, and 26. There were two match three win­ners re­ceiv­ing €125 each - con­grats to Dar­ren Byrne and Phil English. Pro­mot­ers prize went to James Travers. Lat­est jack­pot will be €2600. A big thank you to every­one who sup­ports the lotto and to those who or­gan­ise the draw ev­ery week. Tick­ets are €2 each and the draw takes place ev­ery Mon­day evening.

2016 Kel­logg’s GAA Cúl Camps is now tak­ing book­ings www.kel­log­gscul­camps.gaa.ie.

Dunlavin camp will take place on July 18-22 for foot­ball, hurl­ing and camo­gie. Cost of 1st child is €55, 2nd is €45 and 3rd/4th is €40. The On­line Book­ing fa­cil­ity closes at noon on the Fri­day pre­ced­ing the week of the camps. New gear avail­able.

Thank you to every­one for sup­port­ing our re­v­erse park­ing pol­icy to en­sure safety for every­one vis­it­ing our Club­house.

Un­der-6/8/10 foot­ball train­ing is on Mon­day evenings at 6.30pm.

Un­der-8/Un­der-10 hurl­ing train­ing is back on Tues­day evenings at 6.30pm. A text will go out to in­form you about the Un­der-12 foot­ball train­ing and about up­com­ing games and Go Games.

The next County De­vel­op­ment Draw will take place on June 24. Thanks to those who have bought tick­ets and we wish you all good luck in the draw.

A clothes col­lec­tion is now tak­ing place – If you have used or un­wanted clothes we are ac­cept­ing do­na­tions ev­ery Mon­day evening at 8pm.

Re­mem­ber to stay in touch with Dunlavin GAA Face­book page and St Ni­cholas Ju­ve­nile Face­book page. Also check out our twit­ter page @Dunlavin­gaa2015. For the most up to date news on lotto re­sults, fix­tures and scores please check us out– Like, fol­low and tweet.

STRAT­FORD-GRANGE­CON

Club Lotto- The re­sults of Mon­day night’s draw (13/06/2016) as fol­lows, win­ning num­bers: 17, 25, 27, 30. There was no jack­pot win­ner. Three play­ers matched three num­bers to share the €250 (€85 each), Martina Cush and Sarah Kear­ney, Seller: David Cush; Alina Her­garty, Seller: Tracy Nor­ton; Eve­lyn Ryan, Seller: E Ryan. The two €30 sellers prizes were won by Mark Mur­phy and Brian Byrne.

Next week’s jack­pot: €15,250 and takes place on June 20 (Mon­day night) at 9.00pm in the Strat­ford-Grange­con Club­house. Thank you for sup­port­ing our club lotto.

MICHAEL DWYERS

Well done and con­grat­u­la­tions to our Un­der-14 hurl­ing team on win­ning the Di­vi­sion 5 Féile fi­nal in Tip­per­ary at the week­end.

The lads played a stormer in ev­ery match they played and rep­re­sented the club and county with such man­ners, pride and pas­sion on and off the field.

The lads had a blast with their host club De La Salle and we’d like to thank the club for look­ing af­ter our lads as one of their own.

Thank you to all the sup­port­ers who trav­eled to Water­ford and Tip­per­ary to cheer on the lads ev­ery step of the way, also a big shout out to the man­age­ment team of Michael, Peter and Brian for all their hard work with the team, not for­get­ting Ka­t­rina who put in a hugh amount of work behind the scenes.

Thank you to all the clubs for com­ing to­gether to get ev­ery­thing run­ning so smoothly for the lads, es­pi­cally Hol­ly­wood for the use of their club­house for the home­com­ing and set­ting out a spread for every­one.

To the team of play­ers I once again want to con­grat­u­late you on your hugh ef­fort you put into this Féile, you all de­serve this victory. The mem­ory of Féile will live with you for the rest of your lives.

VAL­LEY­MOUNT

Next lotto draw takes place this Satur­day night in Leo’s, jack­pot is €1,100 and tick­ets are avail­able from all club mem­bers and on­line at www. val­ley­mount­gaa.ie. Please have tick­ets back by midnight Fri­day if buy­ing on­line or 9pm Satur­day.

The club would like to ex­tend our most pro­found thanks the Shay Kelly of GBS Engi­neer­ing who has very kindly spon­sored a new set of jer­seys for the men’s Ju­nior ‘A’ team.

Shay has been a great ser­vant as a player with the club and it’s great to see him still in­volved in this way.

A date for your di­ary now. The club will be run­ning a ma­jor fundraiser this Novem­ber 12 in the form of Lip Sync Bat­tle.

The event will take place in St. Lau­rence’s GAA club’s fine fa­cil­ity just across the bor­der in Kil­dare. Pre-launch night this Thurs­day (23rd) at 8pm in Val­ley­mount GAA’s club­house. If any­one is in­ter­ested in tak­ing part or wants to know more about the event please come along. The more the mer­rier.

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