Huge congratulations to our U15’s boys footballers who are now Division 8 Feile Champions! Our second piece of silverware this weekend!
This fantastic bunch of lads who hail from both Crumlin & Robert Emmets overcame Clontarf in St. Anne’s Park this morning.
Well done lads, you are a credit to yourselves, your families and your club. Enjoy your success.
In other weekend matches unfortunately, our Mens Junior Footballers lost out on a Championship Final place to Geraldine P Moran being beaten by a single point earlier this morning in Pearse Park. Hard luck lads, you will rise again. Our Minor Camogie team lost their first Division 3 Championship match away to Faughs/Celtic, the final scoreline being Faughs/Celtic 4-10 to Crumlin’s 0-10.
Our Ladies Minor Division 5 Footballers can now call themselves DUBLIN COUNTY CHAMPIONS!
It was a hard fought battle against the defending champions Na Fianna, who showed themselves to be a strong and talented side.
Na Fianna were in top form from the off and the scoreline was not looking good at half time with Crumlin down by 11 points. However along with the swirling wind in the second half Crumlin stepped up a gear and battled back to go ahead with a few minutes of normal time left. An equalising point from Na Fianna in the dying minutes forced the match to extra time.
Extra time was nail biting stuff with tired bodies and leg cramps adding to the sideline tension. A couple of goals for Crumlin in the second half of extra time seemed to settle the team who hung on for their first trophy in only their maiden year of playing together.
Congratulations ladies, a fantastic achievement for yourselves. Your club is extremely proud of you.
We would also like to thank all the supporters who came along to cheer on the team.
Final scoreline: Crumlin 7-07(28) vs Na Fianna 4-09(21)
The whole club is bursting with nervous excitement for the Ladies Minor Football Championship Final this Saturday. Our girls take on Na Fianna at 3pm in Pearse Park. They have been training hard and refining their secret arsenal of tactics all week. They are ready but we want to know are YOU ready? This is a huge game for our club.
We’ve just entered winter but the atmosphere in Pearse Park will be red hot come Saturday. The girls already advanced to the final the first time of asking but due to a rule infringement by another club they had to replay the semi-final against a new opponent. Funnily enough the Crumlin girls take on Na Fianna who they beat after extra time in their first semi-final. All making for an alluring spectacle for the championship finale! We cannot wait. This is the why!
The AGM will take place on Thursday 4th November 2021, in the club rooms in Lorcan O’Toole Park at 7.30pm. (If covid restrictions are not lifted the meeting will have to take place online and we will notify you of same).
The agenda for the night will be as follows
Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting
Adoption of Standing Orders
Hon. Secretary’s Report
Hon. Treasurer’s Report
Election of Officers/ Executive Committee
Notices of Motions
Any other Business
Notice of motions for the AGM and nominations of registered full members to serve on the Executive committee or as one of the ordinary committee members may be made by any two registered full members and must be submitted in writing to, and received by, the Secretary no later than Thursday 21st Oct 2021.
See below for downloading of forms for this purpose.
These should be sent to the Secretary (Catherine Fitzgerald) at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomorrow, Friday 24th September Crumlin GAA will take part in the GAA National Inclusive Fitness Day.
Every Friday at 5.15pm & 6.15pm our “Crumlin Champs’ initiative takes place at our hurling wall in Pearse Park. Crumlin Champs is a weekly inclusive training session for children with additional needs aged 4-12 years old. If you would like to get your child involved please email Laura at email@example.com. All equipment is provided and it is an affordable,pay as you go system.
So why not come along to Pearse Park between 5:15 & 7pm for some tea & coffee and see what being part of your local GAA club is all about!
If you can’t make it on Friday you can come to Pearse Park over the weekend to view any of our matches. We are actively recruiting players so if you or your children would like to get involved with Crumlin GAA, please contact our Games Promotion Officer Jason Perry at 085 838 3359.
Crumlin GAA is fully committed to the principles of inclusion and diversity at all levels.
Our aim: To offer an inclusive, diverse and welcoming environment for everyone.
Inclusion means people having a sense of belonging, of being comfortable in being part of something they value.
Diversity means being aware of accommodating and celebrating difference.
Inclusion and Diversity in many ways go together. Real inclusion reflects diversity, i.e. it aims to offer that sense of belonging to everyone, irrespective of gender, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, race or minority community and/or disability.
We also aim to
increase participation in GAA Games
offer a fun, healthy, social outlet for all abilities to the games Connect or re-connect people with their local GAA club
allow opportunities for everyone in the community to get involved.
to allow all participants the opportunity to develop their skills and team play in a safe and control environment