GIRLS BLITZ IN BRAY
Dominic spoke of the huge attendance at the Ladies All-Ireland final this year and that it had the largest attendance at a ladies sporting event in Europe. This bodes well for the future of Ladies football. Dominic offered support for the girls football blitzes and in any way that the Ladies GAA could assist. He suggested that a ladies football referee could attend the Young Whistlers training.
Dominic thanked Cumann na mBunscol for all the work that’s being done as the primary school players that are playing now will be the senior players of the future.
Jim O’Riordán, Cathaoirleach, congratulated Dominic on his appointment as Chairperson of the Leinster Ladies GAA. Aon Ghnó Eile Additional Educational Needs It was decided to have a meeting early in the new year for those interested in organizing an event, possibly at the Sports Day, for those children with additional educational needs. Any schools that would be interested in this should contact Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Chill Mhantáin. Sports Day Committee It was decided that the Sports Day is such a big event now and takes a lot of work that it may be a good idea to start a sub committee that would be involved in the running and co-ordination of Sports Day. Volunteers for this committee were Colm McAdam, Craig Aston and Sara Jane Montgomery.
If any other schools would be interested pleas contact Allianz Cumann na mBunscol, Chill Mhantáin. Toghcháin Cathaoirleach – Jim O’Riordan, Newtown; Leas-Cathaoirleach - Sinéad Ní Chréan Loinsigh, Scoil Chualann; Runaí – Claire Frawley, Kilcoole; Leas-Runaí - David McDonnell, St. Kevin’s Greystones; PRO – Pamela McDermott, Kilcoole; Cisteoir – Emer Fahy, Kilcoole; Camogie Officer – Fiona Ní Shuilleabháin, Gaelscoil Cill Mhantáin; Ladies Football Officer – David McDonnell, St. Kevin’s Greystones; Boys Football Officer – Gary McGillycuddy, Moneystown; Hurling Officer – Ronan Keddy, Newtown.
Tráth na gCeist – Billy Cuddihy, St Pat’s - We begin the school year with great hope and optimism of promoting our gaelic games and culture in all our schools. We hope to bring our games and culture to all the children of the Garden County in a fun and all-inclusive manner. Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí!
Allianz third and fourth Class Boys Football Participation Day – October 11 and 12 at 11.45 a.m. in Bray GAA grounds – Boys’ football blitz, nine-a-side and no age limit (Your school will be contacted regarding which day you will be attending). Points only no goalkeeper.
Wicklow Times Participation Day (fifth and sixth class girls football) – October 18 at 11.45 a.m. in Bray GAA grounds – Girls’ football blitz, nine-a-side and no age limit. Points only no goalkeeper.
Allianz fifth and second class boys football participation day – October 25 and 26 at 11.45 a.m. in Bray GAA grounds – Boys’ football blitz, nine-a-side and no age limit. Your school will be contacted regarding which day you will be attending. Points only no goalkeeper.
Indoor Hurling/Camogie third and fourth class - Week of November 13 in regional centres. Your school will be contacted regarding which day you will be attending.
Allianz Tráth na gCeist – Thurs- day, November 16, at 7.30 p.m. in Lynham’s, Laragh.
Indoor Hurling/Camogie third and fourth class - Week of November 20in regional centres.
Your school will be contacted regarding which day you will be attending.
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The Newtown team.
The Ashford NS team at Brayb for the third and fourth class girls blitz.
The Moneystown Ns team.
The St Brigid’s NS team.
The team from Kilmacanogue.