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Erin's Isle GAA Club

Farnham Drive Finglas
Dublin 11

Tel: + 353 1 8342556

Email: office@erinsislegaa.com

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Monday, 11 December 2017 09:17
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Senior Teams

Isles Sisters are doing it for themselves.

 

What a weekend for all ladies in the club. On Friday the Footballers won the first championship in long time. The final score line was Isles 2.14 to Wild Geese 1.9. What a game, with a great team performance. But credit must go to Denise Smith who was captain and also received player of the match.

 After a late night and before you could catch your breath Saturday saw the U16 ladies take on N. Maur/ODywers/ Skerries. Even the three teams together couldn’t beat the girls. With the Isles winning out on a scoreline of 3.4 to 1.6. We want a big crowd out to support the U16s on 1th Nov when the take on Plunketts in the final.

And to finish the weekend off the U14s had magnificent win in the U14A shield semi Final. Beating Na Fianna  2.2 to 0.7.

 

Come on lads the ladies are leading the way. Well done and congratulations to everyone involved.

 

 
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6th
FIXTURES
AFL 2
ERIN'S ISLE V SKERRIES HARPS Senior Pitch  @ 6.00pm
 
Our Senor team battled hard against a very strong Skerries team to secure thier place in the ALF 2
 
Survival was a must for them and the younger players that come after them
While we work to improve our younger member's to step up the important fact is that our senior members steppped up and ensured we hold on to the position we are at and give our younger members a solid base to propel our club from
 
Well Done Lads you deserved the win and those who follow in your footsteps may never know how important this game was but they will know how important you all are
 
Well Done You might not know it but you are all role models foe our younger memebers as you once were
Thanks again

With the lack of more recent contributions of photo's I have to resort to the material at hand.

I'm sure a few palyers in this pic will be proud they are still pictured as senior palyers.