Lotto results, numbers drawn: 5, 9, 18, and 24. Bonus 7. No jackpot winner, Four match three winners: Eileen Doran, School Rd., Dick Doyle , Jim Darcy, Anne Marie Redmond. Next week lotto €4,100. Leinster Match - Tinahely Intermediate and Senior. Leinster LIFC - Tinahely 1-9, Ballycomoyler 2-5. Leinster LFSC - Tinahely 3-11, Moorefield 3-9 what a great result!
Wicklow champions stood proud for club and county and won the double. Great double win by Tinahely.
So Juniors side will travel to play in Longford and the intermediates play at home against the Meath champions.
Both matches down for Saturday, September 30. Great achievement for the club. Tinahely ladies would like to thank all who helped out in getting things in order to get two home games played.
Junior Football - All roads lead to Annacurra this Thursday night as the Junior team take on Donard in the semi-final of the championship. We wish the team and management all the best. Throw in is at 8pm.
Senior Football - The Senior team play coolkenno at 5pm this Saturday evening in the Keating cup. The match is fixed for Arklow. Please come along and show your support. BALLINACOR Well done to the lads on a good win in their last group game yesterday morning. Stratford travelled over on a horrible morning to play us and we came through by 5 points after a tough battle.
Next up is the relegation playoff against Kilmac on Saturday. Throw in is at 5.30 in Ashford. All support welcome as we look to keep ourselves safe in Intermediate!
Lotto - After numerous weeks our lotto jackpot has been won, massive congratulations to Romie McGreal on winning the jackpot of €17,800 on Monday night, September 4.
Numbers were 4, 10, 18, and 25. This week’s jackpot is now €6000.
Once again thank you all for your continued support of the club lotto. Remember, you can also play our lotto on line through our website www. baltinglassgaaclub.com or through our Facebook page. Perhaps you might pass this website on to those who are away but would like to support the club and be in with a chance to win the ever increasing jackpot.
Action packed week of games, on Monday night our U16 girls had a great win against Carlow. Well done girls, keep up the good work. Thursday evening saw our U13 girls in their first outing in the Kildare league who also had a great win.
Our U15 Boys had a fantastic win over St Pats on Friday night in their championship on a score line of 5-12 to 2-5, fantastic scoring boys. Well done to Jason Kenny scoring 2-2 on the night.
Friday also saw our U12 girls win their semi-final and are now through to the county final. Big well done girls and we look forward to the final now.
Our U9 and U11girls played in Moorefield on Saturday morning, both winning their matches. Great play by all the girls.
Our U13 girls played Na Fianna on Saturday morning also well done to the girls who held their nerve to come out on top.
Our Senior men took on Eire Og on Saturday evening in Aughrim which finished a draw on a scoreline of Balto 0-14 Eire Og 2-8.
Well fought battle with the lads showing great commitment and team work in the second half. Replay date to be confirmed.
The last game of the week was our Senior Ladies who played Bray in the Senior ‘B’ final in Roundwood.
The ladies unfortunately lost out by one point but fought well to come back after time. Well done ladies, we are very proud of you. Onwards and upwards next year.
Best of luck to Anthony Nolan who has been appointed as the referee for the All-Ireland Minor football final this weekend between Kerry and Derry. A fantastic end to a fantastic season for Anto and his team – good luck lads!
GAA Lotto – No winner from last week’s draw. Numbers drawn were 4, 5, 10, and 24. No winner of the jackpot. Congratulations to five winners of €50 each - Intermediate Players Synd, Margaret Healy, Marie Whelan, Eileen Dawson and Tina O Dwyer.
Promoters prize went to Louise Deering. Next draw will take place on September 11 with a Jackpot of €4,600. As always we thank you for your continued support and to all those who help sell tickets and organise the draw. It’s an important fundraiser for the club.
Well done to the Intermediates on a crucial win over Donard-The Glen in the quarter-finals of the championship in Baltinglass. Dunlavin went ahead early on and at half-time it stood Dunlavin 0-6 to Donard-The Glen 0-2.
Donard-the Glen threatened after a second half goal but Dunlavin remained focused and took their points. Full-time: Dunlavin 0-10 Donard-The Glen 1-4.
Best of luck to the team as they prepare for the semi-finals. Thanks to all the supporters who came in their droves to shout on the lads.
Our underage teams have been very busy with challenge games recently. Keep up the good work. Underage training takes place on Mondays at 6.30pm in the GAA pitch. Please remember to wear gumshields for training. New members always welcome.
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Ladies – Clan na Gael will play Pats at home on Thursday evening (14th) in the league, a big match for the girls with Pats currently unbeaten and having just won the Junior championship to our girls having lost just one match this year in the league and currently sitting at #2 so all is to play for.
Men’s – the lads will play Hollywood in the semi-final of the JBFC this Saturday at 4pm in Ashford, we would encourage everyone to make the short journey and get down and support Tom and the lads in their most important match of the year so far. Best of luck to all players, Tom, Tibby and Dara.
Juveniles – busy week ahead for the juveniles, the u15 Clan na Gael team will play St Hughs at 7pm in Kilmac on Thursday night (14th), u7s and u9s have a blitz in Kilmac at 7pm on Friday night and finally the u11s have a football festival tournament in Ballinakill on Saturday. Please note there will be no nursery training this week, Friday.
Pedal for Pieta – can all members and players who have outstanding sponsorship money please return it by the end of this week.
Lotto – winning numbers 08, 16, 22, 30. No jackpot winner, pot now stands at €12,000. Thanks to all sellers and supporters of the club lotto.
A busy weekend ahead for our adult teams. This Friday (15) in Newtown, the Junior ‘C’ team play Kilcoole at 8.00pm in the championship semi-final. The following day, Saturday our Intermediate team face off against An Tochar in a relegation play off in Avandale GAA grounds at 5.30 pm. Support for both teams very welcome.
Our U12 girl’s play their final in Ballinakill on Sunday. More details to follow.
Our Lotto will be going online soon. Further information to follow.
Further information on Ashford GAA activities can be found via Facebook and from our web page, www.ashfordgaa.com.
Lotto: The numbers drawn were: 12, 25, 3, and 28. The next jackpot will be: €20,000
Congratulations to Fionuala Downes who wins €25 in the Lucky Dip.
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Well done to the Senior Ladies who came out on top in the County B Championship Final after a really tough second half against Baltinglass. There were some smashing performances across the team. All the ladies and mentors can be really proud of a great performance to finish to the Championship.
We have two big games coming up on Saturday, September 16, the Wicklow Intermediate camogie final against Avondale in Baltinglass at 2pm.
And the Wicklow Senior hurling championship semi-final against St Pats in Aughrim at 5.15pm. All support greatly appreciated.
Hard to the Bray Emmets contingent who lost to Kerry in U21 All-Ireland B Hurling Final in Thurles on Saturday. You did yourselves and your club proud.
Kick Fada/Family Fun Day - Our Kicka Fada competition and Family Fun days takes place on Saturday 23rd of September from 11-3. It will see a host of county stars take part in the men and women’s competition, a mega blitz, stalls, cakes , games , food and prizes galore. This event is free and we have ample free parking. Tell your friends, invite them along to sample Bray Emmets at its best.
U 15 Wicklow Hurling Championship Michael Dwyers 2-13, Bray Emmets 2-2.
Hard luck to all involved with our Senior footballers who on a windy day in Joule Park Aughrim will be disappointed with the opportunities missed. Against the wind in the first half a well worked goal by Padge McWalter gave a glimmer of hope for the second half. HT St. Patricks 1-01 Blessington 0-09. Chances came and went with three goal attempts not finding the net leaving the final score: St Patricks 1-07 to 1-10
Hard luck to Barry, BA and all involved with the Junior A Footballers in the championship quarter final against Valleymount in Aughrim. A great recovery from the lads after an early goal from Valleymount the lads owned the last 15 minutes of the first half to reduce the deficit at half time to 2. St Patricks 0-05 Valleymount 1-04. The lads tried hard in the second half against the strong but could not make the break through required. Final Score St. Patricks 0-05 Valleymount 1-09
Hard luck to the County u21 hurlers in the All Ireland U21 B final in Semple Stadium Thurles on Saturday. Full time score Kerry 2-12 Wicklow 2-08 especially Pat’s players Michael, Terry, George, Christie and Matthew.
Wishing the St. Pats u11 football team all the best in their Finals next Sat 16th in Ballinakill.
Well done to the St. Pats u11 blue football team for a really spirited performance away to Blessington tonight. Despite this defeat St Pats remain top of Div 1. With one game left it’s all to play for. Our next game is away to Annacurragh on the 13th Sept.
Hard luck to our u15 boys who took on Baltinglass on Friday night in Roundwood. It is all to play for next week when they take on Bray in the Championship.
Well done to our U9’s who took part in Monster Football Go Games blitz sponsored by Wicklow People which took place last Saturday in Ballinakill.
Well done to our u11 hurlers who travelled to Bray Emmets on Wednesday with both teams playing very well and coming away with wins on the night.
We had no Winners for our Match 5 or Match 4 Jackpots. We had two Match 3 winners: BA Franey and Peter Duffy.
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The Senior team are counting down the days to Saturday when once again we meet Knockanna in the Championship final in Baltinglass at 3.30pm. Best of luck to the team and mentors on the day.
The U8 and U10 teams finished up a great season of go games and challange matches with a trip on Saturday to St. Pats in Wicklow where they enjoyed a great day of camogie.
The U12 team had their last outing to Ballinakill recently where they enjoyed a great match against Avondale.
The U12s have travelled throughout the county this summer participating in league matches. The U14s have had a busy season starting early this year when they won the Kildare Division 2 league, they followed this up by qualifying for Féile and getting to the cup semi-final in their division.
Their final match of the season was the final of the C championship played in Ballinakill against Avondale this was a close fought match played in near dark conditions but the team won out.
The U16s are in preparation for the A championship final to be played on the 20th September when they meet Bray.
Our U15s team are at present participating in the Kildare league. Having played Leixlip and Naas they still have matches against Maynooth and Celbridge.
At county level it has been a good year for the club with a number of representatives on the Junior county adult team.
The club had eight girls on the U16 county team who made it to the final of the all Ireland “Progress to Success” competition.
Four girls from our club participated all summer in the U14 development team and travelled to various blitzes over the summer and last Saturday played for Wicklow in the all Ireland U14 blitz held in Dublin and followed it up with a trip to Croke Park on Sunday where they paraded with squads from around the country on the pitch in Croke Park during the All Ireland Camogie finals.
Our Senior football team certainly lifted the mood in Rathdrum last Saturday when we took on and beat a much fancied AGB in the quarter finals of the senior football championship.
This was a very close and exciting game of football that went right down to the wire with many a finger nail been chewed until we heard the final whistle after what felt like a life time of injury time.
To a man we all stood up to be counted and we now eagerly awaited our final county semi-final since 1986 where we will play Blessington. So a massive well done to the whole panel and management on a great achievement.
Last Sunday we held our family day and despite the very unsettled weather we had a great day so a big thank you to all the organisers of the event and to all our loyal support for turning out on the day.
Our U11 footballers are in action this Sat in Ballinakill and our U17 footballers play their second championship game this Friday evening, please check fixtures for time and venue.
Our club lotto is going very well and thanks to everyone for their continued support.
The second phase of of building project is well under way so hopefully it will be all up and running before years end.
AGB’s Senior men have been knocked out of the championship after a one-point defeat by Avondale last Saturday evening in Aughrim.
A tough battle for the semi-final place saw AGB bow out in front of a packed stand full of AGB supporters where the final score finished 1-07 to 1-08.
Huge efforts were made on the field but unfortunately it wasn’t to be.
The sadness and despair were evident as the team exited the dressing rooms to hugs and well wishes from their families and supporters. Well done to the Senior team and their manager Damien Redmond on achieving such success in their first year as Seniors, to reach a quarter-final and be only one point away from a semi-final place has been a huge achievement for this team, an achievement that all in AGB are very proud to have witnessed.
The team will continue to play out the league and will face Ballymanus in their next match.
AGB’s U8 girls welcomed Kilanerin to Pearses Park on Sunday morning.
Although wet and dreary, the spirit of the young girls shone through as they were determined to tog out and play their matches.
Both teams were excellent and there was great football on display. A number of six year old girls were welcomed from the Academy to join the u7 team and they got stuck right in. Tea and cake were then on offer to warm the supporters up after a great morning of football. Well done to Margot Hughes and Harry Harte on a great morning, the future is very bright for the U8 girls.
AGB U10 girls had a great morning in Ferns last Saturday with excellent football and skills on display. Well done U10 teams, and coaches.
AGB’s U16 ladies played Newtown and have qualified for the championship semi final place with a great win, and a placement at the top of their group.
All Ireland tickets draw was held on 29th of August in Ballymoney Clubhouse at 8pm. Thanks to all who supported our annual draw, and to our ticket sellers. Congratulations to our winners 1st Prize - 2 All Ireland Hurling Final tickets - Gerry Pender. 2nd Prize - 2 All Ireland Football Final tickets - Mary Condron. 3rd Prize - €50 Arklow Bay Hotel Voucher - Rebecca Ivanoff. 4th Prize - €50 Old Ship Voucher - Tom and Maeve Donnellan. 5th Prize - €50 Bridgewater Voucher - Seamus Kavanagh. 6th Prize - €50 Tesco Voucher - Annie Conroy.
Special thank you to O Mearas Care Plus Pharmacy for their very kind donation of a First Aid kit to AGB. We look forward to your continued support.