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Dublin have used 26 players in 7 Championship games.Appearances+Subs for 2015 Championship Games

Brogan, Bernard 7
Cluxton, Stephen 7 (4 Clean Sheets. Conceded 4 Goals)
Connolly, Diarmuid 7
Cooper, Jonny 7
Fenton, Brian 7
Flynn, Paul 7
Kilkenny, Ciaran 7
McCaffrey, Jack 7
McMahon, Philip 7
Rock, Dean 7
Andrews, Paddy 4+3
Macauley, Michael Darragh 3+4
McManamon, Kevin 3+4
Small, John 2+5
Brogan, Alan 0+7
Fitzsimons, Michael 0+7
O’Carroll, Rory 6
O’Sullivan, Cian 6
McCarthy, James 5+1
Bastick, Denis 4+2
Daly, Darren 1+2
Brady, Tomas 0+3
Lowndes, Eric 0+3
Byrne, David (Olafs) 1
Costello, Cormac 0+1
O’Conghaile, Emmett 0+1


Dublin have scored 18-118 and conceded 4-83 in 7 Championship games. Scorers 2015 Championship Games

Brogan, Bernard 6-21
Rock, Dean 2-23
Connolly, Diarmuid 4-10
Kilkenny, Ciaran 0-18
Andrews, Paddy 0-12
Flynn, Paul 2-6
McManamon, Kevin 2-4
McMahon, Philip 1-6
Brogan, Alan 0-6
McCaffrey, Jack 1-2
Fenton, Brian 0-4
McCarthy, James 0-2
Brady, Tomas 0-1
Cluxton, Stephen 0-1
Lowndes, Eric 0-1
Macauley, Michael Darragh 0-1


Dublin have used 35 players in 9 League games.Appearances+Subs for 2015 League Games
Cooper, Jonny 9
McManamon, Kevin 9
Rock, Dean 9
McCaffrey, Jack 8+1
Brady, Tomas 7+2
Bastick, Denis 8
Kilkenny, Ciaran 6+2
McMahon, Philip 6+2
O'Carroll, Rory 7
Brogan, Bernard 5+2
Small, John 5+2
Costello, Cormac 3+4
Fenton, Brian 3+4
Cluxton, Stephen 6 (4 Clean Sheets. Conceded 3 Goals)
Culligan, Eoin 6
McCarthy, James 3+3
O'Conghaile, Emmett 2+4
Connolly, Diarmuid 5
Flynn, Paul 4+1
Daly, Darren 3+2
O'Gara, Eoghan 3+2
O'Sullivan, Cian 3+2
Andrews, Paddy 1+4
Fitzsimons, Michael 2+2
Byrne, Davy (Ballymun) 1+3
Currie, Sean 3 (2 Clean Sheets. Conceded 1 Goal)
Carthy, Shane 2+1
Macauley, Michael Darragh 2+1
Byrne, David (Olafs) 1+2
Devereux, Nicky 1+2
Lowndes, Eric 1+2
Reddin, Ciaran 0+2
Deegan, Michael 0+1
McHugh, Conor 0+1
Ryan, Philip 0+1

Dublin have scored 8-131 and conceded 4-101 in 9 League games. Scorers 2015 League Games
Rock, Dean 1-52
Brogan, Bernard 2-8
McCaffrey, Jack 1-7
Brady, Tomas 0-8
McManamon, Kevin 0-8
Connolly, Diarmuid 1-5
Kilkenny, Ciaran 0-7
Fenton, Brian 1-3
Flynn, Paul 0-5
McMahon, Philip 0-5
Costello, Cormac 1-2
O'Conghaile, Emmett 0-4
O'Gara, Eoghan 0-4
Bastick, Denis 1-1
Andrews, Paddy 0-3
Byrne, Davy (Ballymun) 0-2
Carthy, Shane 0-2
Cooper, Jonny 0-2
Deegan, Michael 0-1
Macauley, Michael Darragh 0-1
Ryan, Philip 0-1

Dublin have used 34 players in 5 O'Byrne Cup games.Appearances+Subs for 2015 O'Byrne Cup
Brady, Tomas 5
Culligan, Eoin 5
Devereux, Nicky 5
O'Conghaile, Emmett 5
Rock, Dean 5
Small, John 5
Daly, Darren 5
Fitzsimons, Michael 4+1
Bastick, Denis 4
O'Gara, Eoghan 4
Hannigan, Graham 3+1
Ryan, Philip 2+2
Carthy, Shane 1+3
Scully, Niall 0+4
Costello, Cormac 3
McManamon, Kevin 3
Molloy, Lorcan 3 (1 Clean Sheet)
Collins, Niall 2+1
O'Carroll, Rory 2+1
Cooper, Jonny 1+2
Dawson, Harry 1+2
Lowndes, Stuart 0+3
Currie, Sean 2 (1 Clean Sheet)
McCaffrey, Jack 1+1
Dunleavy, Craig 1+1
Deegan, Michael 0+2
Kavanagh, Ian 0+2
Macauley, Michael Darragh 0+2
O'Higgins, Paddy 0+2
McCarrick, Alan 0+1
McGowan, Ross 0+1
McGuire, Conor 0+1
McLoughlin, Diarmuid 0+1
McMahon, Philip 0+1

Dublin have scored 3-80 and conceded 3-43 in 5 O'Byrne Cup games. Scorers 2015 O'Byrne Cup Games
Rock, Dean 0-38
O'Gara, Eoghan 2-7
McManamon, Kevin 1-6
Brady, Tomas 0-7
O'Conghaile, Emmett 0-6
Carthy, Shane 0-5
Ryan, Philip 0-3
Costello, Cormac 0-2
Deegan, Michael 0-2
Cooper, Jonny 0-1
Culligan, Eoin 0-1
McLoughlin, Diarmuid 0-1
Scully, Niall 0-1

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GAA Discussion / St James Gaels 2016
« on: December 13, 2015, 06:40:32 PM »
St. James Gaels GAA FOOTBALL CLUB
Interested in playing Gaelic Football? St James Gaels are recruiting for the 2016 season. Fun , Friendship and Enjoyment!
Top of the range club and social facilities for all levels.
Floodlit pitch and training areas
In the heart of Dublin 12, Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin Road (15 mins from City Centre)
Close to the following bus routes 27, 77a, 56a, 50, 150, 151, 17, 18, 123 and 122
Players looking for club to train with also welcome
St. James Gaels Gael Naomh Sheamais
Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin Road, Dublin 12
Mens and Ladies Teams Boys and Girls Teams of all Ages New Members always welcome
Contact club 0894201652 or info@stjamesgaels.com facebook.com/stjamesgaels www.stjamesgaels.com

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Dublin / St James Gaels 2016
« on: December 13, 2015, 06:39:47 PM »
St. James Gaels GAA FOOTBALL CLUB
Interested in playing Gaelic Football? St James Gaels are recruiting for the 2016 season. Fun , Friendship and Enjoyment!
Top of the range club and social facilities for all levels.
Floodlit pitch and training areas
In the heart of Dublin 12, Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin Road (15 mins from City Centre)
Close to the following bus routes 27, 77a, 56a, 50, 150, 151, 17, 18, 123 and 122
Players looking for club to train with also welcome
St. James Gaels Gael Naomh Sheamais
Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin Road, Dublin 12
Mens and Ladies Teams Boys and Girls Teams of all Ages New Members always welcome
Contact club 0894201652 or info@stjamesgaels.com facebook.com/stjamesgaels www.stjamesgaels.com

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Dublin / St James Gaels 2015
« on: December 12, 2014, 11:38:09 AM »
St James Gaels 2015
Club Name:St James Gaels
Location:Iveagh Grounds,Crumlin Road/Drimnagh Castle School Long Mile Road.Areas recruit from:Walkinstown,Drimnagh,Crumlin,DolphinsBarn,Kimmage,Harold Cross,The Liberties,Kilmainham,Bluebell,Islandbridge,Inchicore
Code (football): Gaelic Football
Level played:Junior A(Junior A Championship/Division 6 League),Junior B(Junior D Championship/Division 10 South League)
Contact details:stjamesgaels.com or axelf82@hotmail.com
Any other info: St James Gaels are inviting new members(playing and non playing) to join our club.We have 2 progressing adult men football teams, a Junior A team and Junior B team. We are based southside in Crumlin in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 10 minutes from city centre.http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact 27,56a,77a,151 buses directly pass the pitch. Also 17,18,121,122,123,150 buses go near the pitch as well. The Luas is a 10 minute walk from the pitch.
We have excellent floodlight playing/training facilities- floodlite pitch, astro pitch and floodlite training area .

Both Junior teams are looking to progress a step further next year and gain promotion next season. We will be starting training in early January and train every Monday and Wednesday nights in Iveagh Grounds Crumlin Road and Sunday mornings when have no game. While both teams usually train together The Junior A lads will train at least twice a week and Junior B at least once a week. The season starts in February and usually finishes up in October.

We have a mix of players of youth and experience of players from the area and we also have players from all over the country Kerry, Laois,Cork,Mayo,Galway,Clare,Donegal,Sligo,Down& Antrim. All are welcome to join and don’t worry if haven’t played for a few years as with a few training sessions you will be grand J.
We also enjoy and organise many social events/fundraisers throughout the year(including end of season trip) so all welcome to play or even train. For more info please contact email: info@stjamesgaels.com

http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact
https://www.facebook.com/StJamesGaels
http://www.stjamesgaels.com/home/club-shop

Pre -Season will commence in January

Junior A contact
aaronirl@hotmail.com Aaron
Junior B contact
axelf82@hotmail.com Aidan


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GAA Discussion / St James Gaels 2015
« on: December 12, 2014, 11:36:31 AM »
St James Gaels 2015
Club Name:St James Gaels
Location:Iveagh Grounds,Crumlin Road/Drimnagh Castle School Long Mile Road.Areas recruit from:Walkinstown,Drimnagh,Crumlin,DolphinsBarn,Kimmage,Harold Cross,The Liberties,Kilmainham,Bluebell,Islandbridge,Inchicore
Code (football): Gaelic Football
Level played:Junior A(Junior A Championship/Division 6 League),Junior B(Junior D Championship/Division 10 South League)
Contact details:stjamesgaels.com or axelf82@hotmail.com
Any other info: St James Gaels are inviting new members(playing and non playing) to join our club.We have 2 progressing adult men football teams, a Junior A team and Junior B team. We are based southside in Crumlin in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 10 minutes from city centre.http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact 27,56a,77a,151 buses directly pass the pitch. Also 17,18,121,122,123,150 buses go near the pitch as well. The Luas is a 10 minute walk from the pitch.
We have excellent floodlight playing/training facilities- floodlite pitch, astro pitch and floodlite training area .

Both Junior teams are looking to progress a step further next year and gain promotion next season. We will be starting training in early January and train every Monday and Wednesday nights in Iveagh Grounds Crumlin Road and Sunday mornings when have no game. While both teams usually train together The Junior A lads will train at least twice a week and Junior B at least once a week. The season starts in February and usually finishes up in October.

We have a mix of players of youth and experience of players from the area and we also have players from all over the country Kerry, Laois,Cork,Mayo,Galway,Clare,Donegal,Sligo,Down& Antrim. All are welcome to join and don’t worry if haven’t played for a few years as with a few training sessions you will be grand J.
We also enjoy and organise many social events/fundraisers throughout the year(including end of season trip) so all welcome to play or even train. For more info please contact email: info@stjamesgaels.com

http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact
https://www.facebook.com/StJamesGaels
http://www.stjamesgaels.com/home/club-shop

Pre -Season will commence in January

Junior A contact
aaronirl@hotmail.com Aaron
Junior B contact
axelf82@hotmail.com Aidan


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GAA Discussion / St James Gaels 2014
« on: December 07, 2013, 10:30:39 PM »
St James Gaels 2014
Club Name:St James Gaels[/B]
Location:Iveagh Grounds,Crumlin Rd,Dublin12.Areas recruit from:Walkinstown,Drimnagh,Crumlin,Dollphins Barn,Kimmage,Harold Cross,The Liberties,Kilmainham,Bluebell
Code (football): Gaelic Football
Level played:Junior A(Junior A Championship/Division 6 League),Junior B(Junior D Championship/Division 10 South League),Minor,U16,U14,U12,U10,U8
Contact details:stjamesgaels.com or axelf82@hotmail.com
Any other info: St James Gaels will commence pre season training for next season in January and we are inviting new members(playing and non playing) to join our club.We have 2 progressing adult men football teams, a Junior A team and Junior B team. We are based southside in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 15-20 minutes from city centre.http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact 27,56a,77a,151 buses pass the pitch,17,18,121,122,123,150 buses go near the pitch as well.
We have excellent floodlight training facilities,astro pitch training pitch and floodlite pitch.

Both Junior teams are looking to progress a step further next year,first team won Junior B championship last year and are looking to get promoted in league next year. The second team won cup this season and will also seeking to gain promotion next season.

We will be starting training in early January and train every Monday and Wednesday nights in Iveagh Grounds Crumlin Road at 7.30pm,we have a mix of players from all over the country Kerry, Laois,Cork,Mayo,Galway,Clare,Donegal ,Sligo,Down and even a couple of Austrailians.We also enjoy and organise many social events/fundraisers throughout the year(including end of season trip) so all welcome to play or even train.For more info please contact email: info@stjamesgaels.com

http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact
https://www.facebook.com/StJamesGaels
http://www.stjamesgaels.com/home/club-shop

Pre -Season will commence on 6th January

Junior A contact
aaronirl@hotmail.com
Junior B contact
axelf82@hotmail.com
   

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Dublin / St James Gaels 2014
« on: November 20, 2013, 07:04:26 PM »
St James Gaels 2014
St James Gaels GAA 2014
St James Gaels 2014
Club Name:St James Gaels
Location:Iveagh Grounds,Crumlin Rd,Dublin12.Areas recruit from:Walkinstown,Drimnagh,Crumlin,Dollphins Barn,Kimmage,Harold Cross,The Liberties,Kilmainham,Bluebell
Code (football): Gaelic Football
Level played:Junior A(Junior A Championship/Division 6 League),Junior B(Junior D Championship/Division 10 South League),Minor,U16,U14,U12,U10,U8
Contact details:stjamesgaels.com or axelf82@hotmail.com
Any other info: St James Gaels will commence pre season training for next season in January and we are inviting new members(playing and non playing) to join our club.We have 2 progressing adult men football teams, a Junior A team and Junior B team. We are based southside in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 15-20 minutes from city centre.http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact 27,56a,77a,151 buses pass the pitch,17,18,121,122,123,150 buses go near the pitch as well.
We have excellent floodlight training facilities,astro pitch training pitch and floodlite pitch.

Both Junior teams are looking to progress a step further next year,first team won Junior B championship last year and are looking to get promoted in league next year. The second team won cup this season and will also seeking to gain promotion next season.

We will be starting training in early January and train every Monday and Wednesday nights in Iveagh Grounds Crumlin Road at 7.30pm,we have a mix of players from all over the country Kerry, Laois,Cork,Mayo,Galway,Clare,Donegal ,Sligo,Down and even a couple of Austrailians.We also enjoy and organise many social events/fundraisers throughout the year(including end of season trip) so all welcome to play or even train.For more info please contact email: info@stjamesgaels.com

http://www.stjamesgaels.com/contact
https://www.facebook.com/StJamesGaels
http://www.stjamesgaels.com/home/club-shop


Junior A contact
aaronirl@hotmail.com
Junior B contact
axelf82@hotmail.com

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GAA Discussion / GAA stars with soccer credentials
« on: July 04, 2013, 11:48:12 PM »
GAA stars who gave up playing soccer to represent their county
Niall Morgan(Tyrone)played with Dungannon
Shane Supple(Dublin)played with Ipswich
Ciaran Lyng(Wexford)played with Leicester
Graham Geraghty had trial with Arsenal,Anthony Tohill had trial with Man Utd
Ryan McCluskey,Rory Gallagher,Shane McCabe(Fermanagh) all played for Portadown
PJ Banville(Wexford)played with Waterford Utd
Cian Mackey(Cavan) played with Monaghan Utd
Martin Reilly(Cavan) played with Burnley
Alan Murphy(Mayo)played with Galway Utd,Shamrock Rovers
Emyln Mulligan)Leitrim)played with Sligo Rovers
Paul Cahallane(Laois)played with Celtic
Eric Bradley(Wexford)played with Waterford Utd
Gary Connaughton(Westmeath)&Shane Curran(Roscommon) both played in goal for Athlone Town

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GAA Discussion / Community Group to stage Protest at GAA Congress
« on: April 15, 2011, 09:55:39 PM »
Community Group to stage Protest at GAA Congress


Members of the committee of the Community Group the Croke Park Streets Committees to stage dignified silent protest at GAA Congress taking place at the Mullingar Park Hotel this Friday and Saturday 15th/16th April.

The protest with banners will take place outside the entrance gates of the Hotel. The GAA in Croke Park having failed in its attempt to obstruct the Bar Club license application for the Handball & Community Centre recently indicated its intention to seek to EVICT the community from its Centre.

This is despite the fact that:

· all 17 local politicians and all local residents groups also objected to Croke Parks plans to demolish and replace the existing centre with a centre that Croke Park would control and which had no adequate community facilities. The matter is currently with An Bord Pleanala and a decision has been delayed now for almost 5 months.
· the Community has controlled and maintained the existing Centre for 40 years and invested over €4m of their own money in the Centre
· Croke Park were placed in a position of trust, the Club's constitution to which Croke Park officials helped draw up states that the Centre was VESTED in them.
Please also find attached a copy of the special letter from the community to GAA delegates and a copy of the letter sent to all politicians and Senators in the last government and to which letter almost all cabinet members replied including the Taoiseach, and the leaders of the main Dail parties.

Yours sincerely,
Eamon O'Brien. Fintan Farrelly,
Chairman, Croke Park Streets Committees. Chairman, Handball & Community Centre.

15th April 2011

Letter to GAA Delegates

Dear Delegate,
We write to let you know of the terrible situation we find ourselves in due to the actions of the Croke Park GAA. Straight away let us say that we love the GAA and recognize its enormous contribution to Ireland's economic and cultural development.

Croke Park issue eviction order to our community
However we have grown to despise the money and power hungry Croke Park that constantly disrupts our lives and that have now stooped so low that they are trying to evict our community from the Handball & Community Centre that we have enjoyed and maintained for 40 years - see Newsletter enclosed. Our barrister requested an estimate of the community's investment in the Centre and this came out at €4m with a present value of €5.8m, and this excludes a major amount of social capital. No other community would tolerate this and we are pleading with you as a grassroots delegate to request Croke Park's pin-stripe bullies, as they have been referred to in our community, to show some spark of decency and consideration for the community on whose backs they make so much money.

When our Handball & Community Centre was built Croke Park provided the land with the community, major companies, GAA units, Dublin Corporation and the Department of Education all contributing and that is why it was both a Handball and Community Centre. According to our Club Constitution it is VESTED in the GAA. This is a position of trust that is now being treacherously ignored. We are expected to fight Croke Parks lawyers to save what is rightfully ours. Croke Park hopes we will run out of money. However our politicians, whose objections to planning Croke Park sought to interfere with in spite of GAA Rule 1.11 (see letter to TD's attached), signed a pledge, February 23rd 2011, to back legal action against Croke Park. This is the awful situation we are in. Croke Park asked for a counter proposal - we prepared one backed by the whole community - and they then ignored us.

Croke Park propose a €9 million White Elephant while GAA Clubs are strapped for cash
It is absolutely extraordinary that Croke Park want to waste so much money on a so-called state of the art handball centre and offices for 40 Handball staff (don't laugh - we can prove this as we insisted on a full recording of the two-day Bord Pleanala hearing) - and this is despite the fact that Handball exploded from two to only 3 staff in the Celtic Tiger years and had a bank balance of just over €900 at the end of 2010. Forty staff would cost circa €2.5m. GAA Handball even recently had to cancel its Congress due to breach of their own rules.

Apparently Croke Park did not like our counter proposal as we said we could provide similar facilities for €3m using one of Croke Park's 3 derelict sites and retaining the existing facility. Ask any delegate - what would you spend on offices for 40, 6 handball alleys and one community room. The writer worked in finance and never have I seen such an incomplete proposal as Croke Park produced - there was no feasibility study or business plan included. Not only that but they had the 60x30 alley turned the wrong way and it had incorrect measurements. It was a fiasco. Check for yourself - Dublin City Council Planning reference 2244/10.

Croke Park Streets Committee Motion - 'Re-claiming our Streets - Croke Park Streets Carnival on day of All-Ireland Final'
Such is the level of discontent within our Community, with Croke Park now seeking to throw our children and old people on to the streets, that there is a motion coming before our AGM that a 'Croke Park Streets Carnival' be organized the day of an All-Ireland Final to teach Croke Park that the streets belong to the people and that the people will be around long after Croke Park is gone.

Now is the time for cool heads and the real community spirit of GAA leadership to manifest itself
The GAA is heading in to difficult times and its current leaders Uachtaran Cooney and PACT Chairman Cawley, respectively FAS executive and ex AIB banker, should appreciate the danger of bulling on ahead and ignoring the realities of their current environment. Our community is a 'significant reality' and Croke Park taking the old landlord bullying approach will see that come back to bite in the end. We are sick of Croke Park's mis-representations and spin and bullying. As a delegate don't be surprised if the day comes when Croke Park will tell you what you may or may not have an opinion on!

We wish Liam O'Neill, the new Uachtaran, every success and we hope his attitude to our community will be more humane and considerate than we have experienced from Croke Park to date. It's time for some core values of community to surface within Croke Park. We have had enough of corporate bullying!

Yours sincerely, Yours sincerely,
Eamon O'Brien Fintan Farrelly
Chairman, Croke Park Streets Committees. Chairman, Handball & Community Centre


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GAA Discussion / Best Attacking Wing Backs
« on: April 03, 2011, 11:51:59 AM »
Hi Folks,

Who do you think is the best attacking wing back in the game at the moment? Tomas O'Se-Kerry,John Miskella-Cork,Philip Jordan,Davy Harte-Tyrone have been conistent over last 7,8 nearly scoring 1-2 points per game,now we are seeing Kevin McKernan-Down,Emmet Bolton-Kildare,Gareth Bradshaw-Galway,Darren Strong-Laois emerging and scoring regularly,some of them even outscoring players in their half forward line

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Local GAA Discussion / Clare GAA
« on: March 19, 2011, 01:17:24 AM »
Clare Championship Draws 2011
posted Mar 2, 2011 1:09 AM by ITOfficer Clare   [ updated Mar 2, 2011 3:22 AM ]
Senior Hurling Championship Groups
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Clonlara Cratloe Sixmilebridge Crusheen
Killanena Whitegate Tulla Newmarket
Broadford Scarriff Wolfe Tones Clooney Quin
Smith O’Briens Inagh Kilnamona O C Mills Ballyea
St Josephs Tubber Clarecastle Kilmaley


Senior Football Championship Groups
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Lissycasey St Breckans Kilmihil Cratloe
Doonbeg Eire Og Kilmurry Ibrickane Shannon Gaels
Liscannor St Sennans Wolfe Tones St Josephs D/B
Ennistymon Cooraclare Kilrush Shamrocks St Josephs Milltown


Intermediate Hurling Championship Groups
Group 1 Group 2
Parteen Eire Og
Sixmilebridge Ogonnelloe
Crusheen Meelick
Clarecastle Feakle
Bodyke Ennistymon
Ruan Corofin


Intermediate Football Championship Groups
Group 1 Group 2
Kilfenora Corofin
Kildysart Clondegad
O C Mills Ballyvaughan
Kilmurry Ibrickane O’Currys

 


Junior “A” Hurling Championship Groups
Group 1 Group 2
Sixmilebridge Whitegate
Kilmaley Inagh Kilnamona
Eire Og St Josephs
O C Mills Newmarket
Corofin Clooney Quin
Cratloe 




Junior “A” Football Championship Groups
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Naomh Eoin St Josephs D/B Doonbeg St Josephs Milltown
Clarecastle Meelick Michael Cusacks Eire Og
Coolmeen Lissycasey Wolfe Tones Ennistymon
Cooraclare “B” Kilmihil Kilrush Shamrocks Cooraclare “A”
Clooney Quin   



 

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GAA Discussion / Footballers with potential but never quite made it
« on: December 24, 2010, 05:46:28 PM »
Was just going through a few old match programmes the last couple of days. Seen a few names which I havn't heard off in years.Here is a few that came to mind that were promising young players never fulfilled their potential
Jack Ferriter(Kerry)
Declan Quill(Kerry)
Fionnan Murray(Cork)
Brendan Jer O'Sullivan(Cork)
John Concannon-(Galway)
Declan McCrossan(Tyrone)
Shane Mulholland(Down)
Wayne McCarthy(Dublin)
Conrad Murphy(Cork)
Stephen Kelly(Laois)
Derek Conroy(Laois)
Joe Cassidy(Derry)

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GAA Discussion / St James Gaels GAA Dublin 12-New Members Welcome
« on: December 24, 2010, 05:30:29 PM »
Club Name:St James Gaels
Location:Iveagh Grounds,Dublin12Walkinstown,Drimnagh
Code : Gaelic Football
Level played:Junior A,Junior C,Minor,U16,U14,U12,U10,U8
Contact detailstjamesgaels.com or axelf82@hotmail.com
Any other info: St James Gaels will commence pre season training for next season in early January and we are inviting new members(playing and non playing) to join our club. We have 2 adult men teams, a Junior A team and Junior C team.The second team is a social team which is for lads looking for game. We are based southside in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 15-20 minutes from city centre. 77,77a,50,150,151 buses pass the pitch,17,18,121,122,123 buses go near the pitch as well.
We have excellent floodlight training facilities,astro pitch training pitch and floodlite pitch.

We will be training every monday and wednesday night in Iveagh Grounds at 7.30pm,we have a mix of players from all over the country such as Laois,Cork,Mayo,Galway,Clare,Donegal and Sligo. While we take our football seriously we also enjoy and organise many social events throughout the year(including end of season trip) so all welcome to train or play.For more info please contact me @axelf82@hotmail.com


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Dublin / St James Gaels GAA Dublin 12-New Members Welcome
« on: December 24, 2010, 05:29:21 PM »
Club Name:St James Gaels
Location:Iveagh Grounds,Dublin12Walkinstown,Drimnagh
Code: Gaelic Football
Level played:Junior A,Junior C,Minor,U16,U14,U12,U10,U8
Contact detailstjamesgaels.com or axelf82@hotmail.com
Any other info: St James Gaels will commence pre season training for next season in early January and we are inviting new members(playing and non playing) to join our club. We have 2 adult men teams, a Junior A team and Junior C team.The second team is a social team which is for lads looking for game. We are based southside in Iveagh Grounds on Crumlin Road about 15-20 minutes from city centre. 77,77a,50,150,151 buses pass the pitch,17,18,121,122,123 buses go near the pitch as well.
We have excellent floodlight training facilities,astro pitch training pitch and floodlite pitch.

We will be training every monday and wednesday night in Iveagh Grounds at 7.30pm,we have a mix of players from all over the country such as Laois,Cork,Mayo,Galway,Clare,Donegal and Sligo. While we take our football seriously we also enjoy and organise many social events throughout the year(including end of season trip) so all welcome to train or play.For more info please contact me @axelf82@hotmail.com


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