Top marks to the Senior A Hurling (P. Ó Neill, P. Corrigan, J. Ryan) which edged closer to the knock-out stages with a good win over St. Vincents.  The Junior B hurlers (E. Pullan, U. MacMathúna, D. Maguire and M. Fletcher) following their championship win over St. Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh are through to the semi-finals.  The Junior A camogie team (J. Hayes, J. Cremin, T. Seery, R. Treacy) has reached the championship semi final after a good win over St. Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh.

Sincere sympathy to Siobhan Hayes and family on the death of her mother and to Cathy Lane and family on the death of her father.

Diarmuid Healy – newly appointed Director of Hurling in Dublin will make a presentation in the club tonight (Tues) at 9.15.  All mentors and players invited.  The School of Excellence in hurling/camogie this week will have a visit from D. J. Carey.

Congrats to the Dublin minors and to Gavin O’Gara on winning the Leinster title.

Best of luck to the Dublin ladies football team in Sunday”s Leinster Final against Laois in Dr. Cullen Park, Carlow.

The Intermediate and Junior B footballers had cup wins over Templeogue Synge St and Cuala respectively.

Best wishes to Gary Cullen and Andrea on the birth of a baby girl and to Micheál Gardiner and Emma on their engagement.

Golf Society outing to the Curragh winners: Overall – Liam Deane, Class 1 – Tony Seery, R/Up Tony Sweeney; Class 2 – John O’Neill, R/Up Sean McHugh; Front 9 – Mick Glynn, Back 9 – Tom O’Mahony, Visitor Muiris Sugrue.