Weekend round up

Our Senior footballers travelled the short distance to face neighbours St.Judes in Tymon Park

on Sunday. Despite a lively opening 15 mins where we created three very good goal

chances (but crucially didn’t convert any) Judes put in a strong performance and kept the

scoreboard ticking over running out comfortable winners by 0-17 to 1-05. Hopefully the lads

can bounce back in their next outing at home to Thomas Davis in two weeks time.

The Inters (pictured above) played with a strong wind in the first half against Ballyboughal in

Sancta Maria and took a long time to settle and adjust to the conditions. Ballyboughal were the

better side and led at half time by 1-04 to 0-06. The home team were a different side in the second

half though and showed great spirit against the wind playing clever football, passing it through

the hands, scoring 7 points and dominating the play. A breakaway goal by Ballyboughal

however left them with too much to do and we lost out by the minimum of margins by a score

of 2-08 to 0-13. Great credit goes to young players Brian Kirwan, Kenny Wigglesworth,

Cillian O’Donohue and Liam Flaherty who gave a good account of themselves in their first

league game at this level. The second half performance will be a good platform to build on

in the coming weeks. Their next fixture is away to Na Fianna.

The Junior A’s got off to a good start in the league with a win over Erin’s Isle. Playing

with a strong wind, Boden made good use of the conditions and finished 1-07 to 0-2 at

half time. Expecting a more difficult second half, the Boden lads really dug deep and

didn’t allow Erin’s Isle back into the game.

Well done to the all the squad on a fine display. Final score 1-13 to 1-05.

Evan Flanagan rises high in Junior A’s win over Erins Isle

Great win by Junior B’s – report below


Sigerson Cup – Hard luck to Robbie McDaid & Ryan Basquel (UCD) and Michael Darragh

(Maynooth College) as both teams lost their respective semi-finals on Friday.


To the players involved in the NADA programme, the contribution of €50 is now due.

Membership – Pay in full or online – see website for full range of options.


Friday night is the main event, please support our players as they put all those hours of practice

into action in City West. A great night is in store, best of luck to Ryan Basquel and dual players,

Stephen O’Connor, Ronan Cleary, Tommy McGrath and Naoise Maguire. In addition, and nAnchorot

to be outdone, is our own committee member, Brendan Timbs.