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WICK­LOW ROVERS

The dates for our an­nual Sum­mer Camps are as fol­lows: week one will run from Mon­day, July 15, to July 19, and week two will run from Mon­day, July 22, to Fri­day, July 26.

The camp will take place in the White­gates and will run daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The camp is for chil­dren from four years old to 13 years old, the cost is €65 per child, €120 for two chil­dren from same fam­ily, €170 for three chil­dren from same fam­ily, €200 for four chil­dren from same fam­ily.

For regis­tra­tion forms or fur­ther in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Johnny Dunne 087-7802098, Rob­bie Dover 087-3621049 or any com­mit­tee mem­ber.

Regis­tra­tion forms can also be down­loaded from the club web­site at www.wick­lowrovers.com.

Ev­ery par­tic­i­pant will re­ceive a ball, jer­sey and medal. All par­tic­i­pants should bring a packed lunch, drink, rain jacket, football boots and shin guards.

The club’s weekly ju­nior soc­cer academy con­tin­ues ev­ery Satur­day morn­ing through­out the sum­mer months (weather per­mit­ting) un­der the watch­ful eye of se­nior club coach Johnny Dunne.

The academy takes places on the all weather pitch on the club grounds at White­gates and is open to all kids from the age of three years to eight years.

The academy starts at 11 a.m. and fin­ishes at 12. There is no need for regis­tra­tion so you can come along to any week that suits.

Come along and learn the skills of football while hav­ing fun and en­joy­ment, it’s a great way of meet­ing new friends as you learn the skills as you get pre­pared for the in­tro­duc­tion to par­tic­i­pate in or­gan­ised league football in the com­ing years.

Wick­low Rovers AFC pro­mote soc­cer for school­boys/girls, youths and se­niors men and ladies in the com­mu­nity, our club is grow­ing all the time and any as­sis­tance with the help of run­ning the club would be very much ap­pre­ci­ated.

At present we have a very hard work­ing com­mit­tee but we are al­ways on the look out for peo­ple in­ter­ested in help­ing out.

The club are al­ways on the look out for peo­ple who are in­ter­ested in get­ting in­volved in soc­cer, whether its coach­ing and manag­ing or on the ex­ec­u­tive com­mit­tee or a sub com­mit­tee.

Maybe you would just like to help as an as­sis­tant manager, help with fundrais­ing or help just around the grounds or in any­way at all, don’t hes­i­tate, get in­volved, any­one in­ter­ested in help­ing out the club in any­way can con­tact any com­mit­tee mem­ber.

So, if your in­ter­ested in doing some work around the club please con­tact any of the fol­low­ing com­mit­tee mem­bers, Johnny Dunne, Paul De­laney, Ja­son Har­ris, Jimmy Nolan, Trevor Con­yard, Yvonne Con­yard, Aish­ling O’Neill, Stephen Clarke and Ross Byrne, con­tact num­bers can be found on the club web­site or al­ter­na­tively you can pri­vate message our club Face­book page.

Re­cently we had Trevor, Yvonne, Aish­ling, Stephen and Ross join up to help out on the com­mit­tee and al­ready we can see the ben­e­fits of hav­ing ex­tra bod­ies on the com­mit­tee after they res­ur­rected our fam­ily fun day and mini world cup which proved to be a very en­joy­able day for all the kids of the club and their fam­i­lies and friends.

This is proof the more peo­ple on hand to help out the more that can be done around the club.

So why not come on board, all help is wel­comed and very much ap­pre­ci­ated.

Everyone at Wick­low Rovers AFC would like to ex­tend their sin­cere sym­pa­thies to the fam­ily and friends of Conor Tee­van who sadly passed away re­cently.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his heart­bro­ken par­ents Noe­line and De­nis, his sis­ter Aine, his brother Brian and his ex­tended fam­ily and friends at this sad time, may he rest in peace.

Our se­niors will be re­turn­ing to train­ing in the next cou­ple of weeks so keep an eye to our club Face­book page and club web­site for de­tails.

Any­one with any­thing for our club notes, Face­book page, club web­site or our weekly on­line news­let­ter can con­tact me by email at [email protected]­mail.com or by text to 087-9108706.

For all news re­gard­ing the club, check out our club web­site atwww. wick­lowrovers.com or the club face­book page.

BRAY BOWLS

The bowlers of Bray are making full use of our short sum­mer.

Mon­day, July 1, brought Bray C a com­fort­able 5-1 home vic­tory against Lerne in Di­vi­sion 4.

Not too far away in Bal­ly­man, Bray D of Di­vi­sion 5 went down 5-1 at scenic Dun Laoghaire Golf Club.

The Bray team had also lost the re­verse fix­ture by the same score ear­lier in the sea­son.

On Wed­nes­day the ladies recorded their sec­ond win in a row - against West­manstown - which lifts them to third from bot­tom in Di­vi­sion 1.

And so the cream rises. The club cham­pi­onships are go­ing full tilt these days. In the mixed triples, Owen Byrne proved that straight bowls are no dis­ad­van­tage to a good skip as his team over­came the chal­lenge of Pat Brett, him­self on top form.

It was a good Thurs­day for the aged. Vets 1 won in Bray against Lerne.

Vets 2 took home 3 points from Black­rock where the green was in su­perb condition in ad­vance of the BLI Cham­pi­onship Fi­nals at the end of the month. John Reynolds, Bryon Dancer and Pat Crin­nion shone on the day.

Vets 3 brought a point back from Trim thanks to the scin­til­lat­ing form of Cap­tain Eoghain Brady.

The last re­main­ing Bray rep­re­sen­ta­tives in the BLI Cham­pi­onships, Nick Howlett, Eoghain Brady, Dave Meaney and Alan Rath made their exit at the quar­ter fi­nal stage in the Six­smith Cup, away to a strong CYM Quar­tet, back­boned by Ir­ish In­ter­na­tional, Gareth Pier­point.

In league Di­vi­sion 1 the lead­ers, CYM, came to town on Satur­day. In a close match it was all square with two ends to go but the vis­i­tors fin­ished the stronger and won 5-2.

Bray’s win­ning skips were Wally Doyle and Tommy Cahill while Pat Brett’s rink lost by only a shot. Mean­while, up on Clon­tarf’s lush sward, Bray B got just a point.

The win­ning rink was O.Byrne/M.Sullivan/J.Dunne/E. Mor­ley(skip).

In the women’s Open cup on Sun­day, Bray went down 75-52 at Crum­lin, with just one rink vic­to­ri­ous for the good guys.

This Wed­nes­day the ladies take on CYM in Failte Park and will be look­ing to avenge an ear­lier de­feat in Terenure.

In Thurs­day’s vet­er­ans matches, Vets 1 will be se­verely tested at Crum­lin, Vets 2 have the day off, and Vets 3 are at home to Santry’s finest, Sport­slink.

In the men’s Di­vi­sion 1 on Satur­day, the gloves will be off when Bray A travel to fel­low strug­glers, Ke­nil­worth. Bray B of Di­vi­sion 2, also near the wrong end of their table, will like­wise be putting on their mean faces for the visit of neigh­bours, Shankill.

Di­vi­sion 4’s Bray C have Mon­day the 15th off but in Di­vi­sion 5 Bray D face the chal­lenge of Rail­way Union’s heavy green. Get those mus­cles ready, lads!

Well done to Jean Kane on win­ning the lotto this week (and be­ing a red-hot bowler these days too!). Re­mem­ber Bray Bowl­ing Club (off Ade­laide Road) is al­ways look­ing for new mem­bers, male or fe­male, young or old.

NEW­TOWN JU­NIORS

All our teams will now take a short break.

All SSG, from un­der-8 through to un­der-11s will re­turn with fix­tures on the week­end of Au­gust 10/11.

These age groups will all be re­graded for when we re­turn.

The league will also look at run­ning a cup com­pe­ti­tion for un­der-11s and maybe something sim­i­lar for the un­der-10s.

Un­der-12s are pro­vi­sion­ally back on the week­end of July 20/21 while the un­der-13s will be back on the week­end of July 27/28 (fur­ther de­tails as we get them).

The club are host­ing an FAI Sum­mer Soc­cer Camp this sum­mer.

The dates for the camp are Mon­day to Fri­day, July 15 to 19.

The cost for the camp for the week is €70. There are re­duc­tions for more than one child from the same fam­ily.

The camp is open to boys and girls aged 6-14 years. All par­tic­i­pants will re­ceive a full play­ing kit, football and gear bag. Book on­line to get 20 per cent dis­count at Sports Di­rect.com stores.

All book­ings can be made by log­ging onto www.sum­mer­soc­cer­schools.ie or by phone to 1890 653 653.

At the time of go­ing to press it’s look­ing like this camp will be full to ca­pac­ity.

If so, no walk-ons will be al­lowed on the camp.

For fur­ther de­tails ring Vicki @ 087 9972234 or by email to vicki. [email protected] after 6 p.m. The camp will run from 10.30 a.m. un­til 3 p.m. daily.

The New­town­moun­tkennedy Area are host­ing a Com­mu­nity Fun Day for Sun­day, Au­gust 18, where all clubs and or­gan­i­sa­tions in the area are in­vited to take part with some form of ac­tiv­ity or event.

We as a club will be or­gan­is­ing something that will in­volve all the kids of the area.

The Fun Day will run from 1 p.m. un­til 5 p.m. in the Com­mu­nity Grounds and there will be something for everyone.

As we are hop­ing to have a Mini World Cup com­pe­ti­tion run­ning around this time, it is hoped that all fi­nals will take place as part of the Fun Day (more de­tails next week).

We have two play­ers from the club celebratin­g their birthdays in the com­ing week and they are Rian Martin from our un­der-8 team and Jack Cough­lan from our un­der-13 team.

Happy birth­day lads from everyone at New­town Ju­niors F.C and have a great day.

On a sad­der note the club ex­tends their sin­cere con­do­lences to the fam­ily and friends of Peter (Bruiser) Byrne from Rath­new who sadly passed away last week. May he rest in peace.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on all mat­ters New­town Ju­niors F.C. please con­tact the sec­re­tary at 087 6987653 or by email to hughienola­[email protected] and you can also fol­low the club on our Face­book and Twit­ter pages.

BRAY WAN­DER­ERS

There was no win­ner of the lotto jack­pot on Sun­day, July 7.

Num­bers drawn were 8, 16, 20, and 29. €30 lucky dip win­ners were Dy­lan, Aoife and Emily c/o Char­lie Ka­vanagh, Olivia Hart­ney c/o Char­lie Ka­vanagh, Jen­nifer Keat­ing c/o John Keat­ing. Next jack­pot is €8,125.

You can play the Bray Wan­der­ers lotto on­line through our web­site. Any club or in­di­vid­ual in­ter­ested in sell­ing Bray Wan­der­ers Lotto tick­ets on a com­mis­sion ba­sis please email ad­[email protected] bray­wan­der­ersfc.ie for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

Bray Wan­der­ers are at home to Lim­er­ick FC in the First Di­vi­sion on Fri­day, July 12. Kick off at the Carlisle Grounds is 7.45 p.m.

The Academy un­der-13s drew 1-1 away to Mayo League on Satur­day. Goalscorer was Hugh Parker.

The un­der-19s are at home to Kerry on Sun­day, July 14. Kick off is 2 p.m. in the Carlisle Grounds.

The un­der-17s are at home to Kerry on Sun­day, July 14. Kick off is 2 p.m. in Pearse Park, Sal­lynog­gin.

The un­der-15s are away to St. Patrick’s Ath­letic on Sun­day, July 14. Kick off is 3 p.m. in Crum­lin United’s all-weather pitch.

The un­der-13s are at home to St. Patrick’s Ath­letic on Satur­day, July 13. Kick off is 2 p.m. in Pearse Park, Sal­lynog­gin

‘Get Fit With Bray Wan­der­ers’ events! Join mem­bers of the first team and fans to walk, jog or run along the prom­e­nade in Bray at 10.00 a.m. on Sun­day morn­ings and kick-start your Sun­day. Event starts from the Carlisle Grounds and is open to all.

Sum­mer Soc­cer camps - The Bray Wan­der­ers sum­mer soc­cer camps will take place in July and Au­gust in as­so­ci­a­tion with CNS Coach­ing on the fol­low­ing venues/dates: Bray Wan­der­ers (July 15th – 18th), Sal­lynog­gin (July 22nd – 25th) Au­gust 12th to 15th) and Bray Wan­der­ers (July 29 - Aug 1st) (Au­gust 19th -22nd).

Reg­is­ter on line at www.bray­wan­der­ersfc.ie/tick­ets-info/. Places lim­ited to the first 50 chil­dren per camp. Ages 5 – 12. €40 per child.

For the lat­est club news visit our web site at http://bray­wan­der­ersfc.ie.

Telmo Tor­res makes a save in the FAI Soc­cer Sum­mer camp at Rath­new FC.

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