Summary of Week ending 28 Oct 07
Week Ending 28th October 2007
Although light on official fixtures, the Bank Holiday weekend still saw three Kilmacud Crokes Hurling teams in action.
On Saturday the under 14’s and under 15’s hosted Portroe from Tipperary, en route to the Railway Cup Finals in Croke Park. Two entertaining games ensued with the home side victorious in each case. Our visitors very much appreciated the games and the reception back in Glenalbyn in respect of which we extend our thanks to the respective management teams and all the voluntary helpers. To mark the occasion Portroe made a presentation of a mirror with local slate surround.
The under 12’s made the journey to Carrigeen in South Kilkenny for that club’s annual all weather tournament and were shaded by Barrow Rangers of Paulstown in a competitive game. Best for Crokes were Cormac Cullinane, Edward Campion, Dara O’Gallchobhair and Davy Kane.
Minor A Final
Highlight of the coming weekend is the Minor A championship final against Na Fianna fixed for 12.30 in Parnell Park on Sunday 4th November. All support, especially from children, would be greatly appreciated.
Friends of Dublin Hurling: Awards night
‘Friends of Dublin Hurling’ are hosting a ‘Celebrate Dublin Hurling’ night in the Red Cow Hotel on the night of November 2 (7.0).
RTÉ’s Des Cahill will host the event at which Wexford’s All-Ireland winning manager of 1996, Liam Griffin, will attend as the guest speaker.
Dublin hurling’s player of the year and young player of the year will be announced and there will also be an inductee to the Friends of Dublin Hurling Hall of Fame.
In addition, the evening will also feature the presentation of medals for the Dublin’s U21 Leinster winning side of 2007, the 2006 National League Division 2 winners and the victorious Walsh Cup team of 2003.
Tickets are priced at €50 and are available at Dublin clubs or from any member of the ‘Friends of Dublin Hurling’ committee. Contact: Michael O’Grady 087-2331983 or Humphrey Kelleher 086-2544328.
Saturday nursery activity at 11.00am for children born 1999 or later continues in Glenalbyn. Contact Liam Coughlan 086-6063232 and firstname.lastname@example.org. Active parental input is essential for the success of the nursery. No hurling experience necessary