Crumlin GAA would like to say a massive thank you to all the kids who attended the Easter Camp this week, you make the club what it is and brought smiles to our faces everyday. The camp was a huge success and ran incredibly smoothly, we would like to thank all the coaches who took part to make this happen.
We have had plenty of positive feedback from parents & kids and look forward to welcoming the kids back during the summer.
Congratulations to our colouring competition winners (from the rainy day!) and also to the players of the week. Well done!
Our nursery training returns this Saturday 4th September at 10am in Pearse Park.
Our coaches are all looking forward to seeing our little Crumlin Superstars again after the summer break. We hope they are excited to get back learning new lifelong skills and seeing their club mates again.
It’s been a long summer without those weekly Saturday laughs & smiles. We are buzzing to get back!
Nursery training is for 4-7 year olds and is on a pay as you go basis and all equipment is provided. You can just drop up to Pearse Park on the day!
If you would like to get your child involved and have any queries please contact our Games Promotion Officer Jay Perry by phone/text on 0858383359 or email at email@example.com
Shirley & Ailish’s Hospice Coffee Morning will be on Thursday 23rd September outside Shirley’s house on Cashel Road.
Shirley & Ailish have raised a staggering amount of much needed funds for the hospice over the last 13 years! Show your support this year and help keep the fundraising going.
There will be a mouth watering selection of baked treats and hot tea & coffee on offer. All in the name of charity of course 🙂
There is also a raffle and if you’d like to get some tickets please contact Ailish Barry. As always there are some great prizes on offer! For those who don’t have Ailish’s number and would like raffle tickets you can contact us via social media and we will arrange tickets. Tickets are €2 for 1 strip and €5 for 3 strips.
Dublin LGFA are looking for written essays from budding sports journalists or Ladies Gaelic football enthusiasts aged 13-18 years of age.
Dublin LGFA are calling on young journalists to watch Sunday’s game versus Waterford, to imagine they are at the game, follow the play closely, compose an introduction, note the trend of the game, pick out key players and compile a match report (500 words or less).
Parents / guardians can email the match report to firstname.lastname@example.org please type ‘WRITING COMPETITION MAY 23RD’ in the subject line.
Deadline for submission of competition entries is Tuesday May 25th, 5pm. Please include the journalists name, age, club and LGFA registration ID number.
An O’Neils Voucher valued at €100 plus the winning match report will be published on our website www.dublinladiesgaelic.ie and a link posted on our social media pages, namely Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The winner will be announced on Thursday May 27th via parents / guardians email address with announcement posted on Dublin LGFA media channels the same date. Prize voucher (note: no cash alternative to prize will be offered) will be emailed to winners parents / guardians email address provided within seven days of announcement. Organisers decision is final.