A while back we challenged the children to design a pair of gloves that best represented our club! These gloves are going to be designed and made specifically for our club, we like to stand out! We got TONNES of entries and the creativity of the children is astounding. Josh was our winner and we are currently in the process of turning these gloves into a reality!
We can’t wait to share what they look like when they arrive!
There was NO WINNER for the last two weeks in our Club 45 which means this weeks prize money is a whopping €180!
If your not in you can’t win so if you’d like to know more about our Club 45 send our page a private message.
We are overwhelmed at the creativity of the children in our club who entered our glove colouring competition. We didn’t expect so many fantastic entries. We are going to post the entries shortly for you all to look at and see how talented these children are.
We are going to reveal our winner on Saturday morning at training. We are then going to have the gloves made up and in no time they will be in use on the pitch!
How FUN does this look?!
The giant inflatable Hungry Hippos will also be joining us for Mayfest!
This weeks Club 45 winner is Robert Farrell with number 9! Congrats Robert 🎉
Only one more week to go until the Mayfest! 💃🏻
Over the next couple of days we want to share just some of the many stands, acts and amenities that will be there on Sunday the 13th of May in the Racecourse Park.
First up we have North County Carriages who will be offering horse and carriage rides.
On Sunday our lads made the long journey to st Mary’s for the 1/4 final match. St Mary’s got off to the better start, But the lads rolled up their sleeves and got stuck in and we where soon rewarded with a goal. When poor Nathan Reilly pick up a nasty knock and had to come off. With 15 against 14 st marys started to get ahead. Cian and Sean put in huge runs around the middle of the pitch and great support for Ben Grassick. Things were going great when bad luck struck again and poor Daragh received a very harsh black card. It wasn’t long till half time came. And the lads got a chance to get themselves reorganized for the second half.
And they they took full advantage of the break as they came out blazing with Alex getting the score board rocking quickly followed by Ben. With a tackle change with Conor on the big number 8 we soon started to starve their scoring changes and some great saves from Dylan made it even hard for them to score. And as the battle raged on and Nathan shaking off his earlier knock and back in the game we really started to get rolling. But unfortunately the clock was against is and st Mary’s took the win and are deservingly through to the semi and we wish them all the best.
The club couldn’t be more proud of the lads and it’s great to be back on the championship scene. And looking forward to next year. And thank you to the traveling masses who came out to give us there support. It just proves we are more than a club we are family.