Na Dubh Ghall GAA is delighted to announce their Cul Camp taking place in August. After the success of our Summer Camp in July, we will be running a Cul Camp from the 8th to the 11th of August. Each child that attends the camp receives FREE Kellogg’s GAA gear and a backpack. To register your child and pay directly for the camp please follow this link:
Here is the price list of Farrell Hurls who will be joining us tomorrow morning!
This Saturdays timetable:
Nursery 10-11am in the Racecourse Park
Under 8 and 10 are meeting at Racecourse Park 9.30am we have Farrell Hurls so kids can get made to measure hurls.
Under 8′s playing at home throw in is at 10.45am
Under 10′s playing away against Trinity Gaels throw in is at 11am
Under 14′s meeting at 14.00 at Baldoyle Youth Club playing away against St. Peregines for the league leadership throw in is a 15.30
All support welcome and new players always welcome!
Hard luck to the St. Fintans first year team who where beaten today in the Division A Leinster school cup final.
4 of the players from the Na Dubh Ghall Under 14′s team played today and put on a huge performance of skill and determination, with some great scores to keep their team close. All of us at Na Dubh Ghall are so proud of you all, keep up the great work!
Held their own against a very experience side with some great scores! A wonder save from Lawrence to deny the other team what would have been a cheeky goal. With everyone giving it their all and huge big runs put in by Ben it helped us win one out of the 2 games!
This weeks captaincy was awarded to Timmy for his great attitude at training. Everyone on the team had a fantastic game from our goalkeepers to our forwards. There was some great defence play from everyone and excellent scoring from Diaz and Inis!
Our Under 14′s were in action on Saturday at 3 o’clock in the Racecourse Park and what a game it was against O’Tooles GAA. Our team got off to a flying start securing 2 goals very quickly from the throw in. It was not long after that when we got another point from Cian Hayes. It was a great game with both sides putting on a great show in the art of Gaelic football. But the difference on the day was Ecstasy breaking up O’Tooles runs through the middle and his ability to carry the ball forward and getting it into the hands of Cian Hayes who picked up some fine scores on the day. The final score na Dubh Ghall 5 goals and 4 points to O’Tooles 2 goals and 4 points. Well done lads great win!