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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. balt­in­glass­gaa­ 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.

Dunlavin GAA is now on Snapchat. Sim­ply add dun_lu­ain­gaa.

If you have club re­lated notes, match re­ports, score-lines etc to in­clude in our news­let­ter please for­ward info to pro.dunlavin.wick­ be­fore 9pm on Sun­day. Don’t for­get to stay in touch with Dunlavin GAA Face­book page. For the most up to date news on lotto re­sults, fix­tures and scores please check us out– Like and fol­low.


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.ash­


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.

If you wish to have your club ac­tiv­i­ties in­cluded in the notes please con­tact pro.brayem­mets. wick­ Re­mem­ber to in­clude the event’s date, time and venue.

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.

Please send any in­for­ma­tion for club notes to Pro.stpatricks.wick­ be­fore 9pm on Sun­day evenings. You can con­tact St Pats at Face­book St Pa­trick’s GAA Club Wick­low Town or Twit­ter @StPat­sGAAWick.


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.

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