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Niamh and Nicole into All Ireland  Semi Finals

Niamh and Nicole into All Ireland Semi Finals

Congrats to Niamh McEvoy and Nicole Owens both of whom featured in the starting line up for Dublin against Ulster rivals Monaghan in Saturday's quarter final in Clones. Dublin had a strong lead by half time having notched up 1.07 to Monaghan's 0.4.

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U10 & U11's Host MayoBridge of Co Down

U10 & U11's Host MayoBridge of Co Down

Syls U10 & U11 Footballers hosted MayoBridge from County Down on Sunday. The boys played 3 games in Bridgefield then headed back to the new Syls clubhouse for refreshments. Many thanks to all the parents who baked cakes and made hang sandwiches for the visitors. Thanks to the parents and Syls bar staff for making tea and making our visitors so welcome.

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Footballers win at Parnells

Footballers win at Parnells

AFL1 Parnells 1-06 St Sylvesters 0-17 Pretty comprehensive win over our local rivals almost pulls us clear of the danger zone. We fielded a fairly inexperienced team but still had plenty to spare even though Nells got back to four points mid second half with a goal and a few points. We kicked on with a string of points to win well in the end. Fair dues to the Parnells keeper who made three point blank saves from Jack, Niall and Paul to deny us a goal. Mark was again flawless from frees, Ronan, Shane and Ross ruled the middle, Aiden and Fionn marshalled a mostly steady backline.

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Inters win six from seven

AFL3 Fingallians 0-09 St Sylvesters 1-09 After losing our first six games of the year we have now won six of our last seven, the latest a hard fought win over local rivals Fingallians in Swords. Luke Troy had a run in goal and I'm told Colm Byrne had a real stormer in th emiddle.

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Cliodhna Hammill captains Dublin U17

Congrats to Cliodhna Hamill from our Ladies Minor team who was chosen to represent Dublin in the recent U-17 Inter County blitz. Cliodhna also had the honour of co-captaining the Dublin team. Her team won all of their group games and were narrowly pipped by Carlow in the semi-final

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Good luck to Nicole and Niamh

Good luck to Nicole and Niamh

Dublin Ladies take on Monaghan in Clones tomorrow Saturday at 14.15 in the All Ireland Quarter Final. Our best wishes go to Nicole Owens and Niamh McEvoy and the Dublin girls hoping to repeat the success of 2009 in the same venue.

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Golf Classic Aug 28th- Auction prizes & Tee box Sponsors

As you may be aware Syls Golf Classic is being held next Friday which has been fully subscribed for teams. However the organising committee have asked to see if any mentors or parents could help out with two items to ensure the day is a complete success.

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Junior Hurlers make C'ship Semis

Junior Hurlers make C'ship Semis

JHC C QF St Sylvesters 2-16 Liffey Gaels 3-04 A pretty comprehensive win in the championship quarter finals over Liffey Gaels, a good mix of experience and youth meant we had a lot more running in us and an almost flawless display of free taking by Colm Boran coupled with some excellent hurling from Sean Graham, Thomas Colclough and Johnney Conway kept the scores ticking over.

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Updated club Gym

Updated club Gym

As part of our development plans in Broomfield, I would like to remind members that we have now have a fully equipped modern gym on Broomfield. The gym is open for use for all paid up members. Glen Hazley is a recently qualified gym instructor and he has already arranged a training schedule on request for teams in all sections of the club. Glen can be contacted on 0876694290 Special thanks to CQA( click on their logo on the website for more info) for their support and sponsorship building the gym. Gavin from Joe Duffy Group has also donated equipment. Take a look at photos and see our senior football team during recent S&C training. Many thanks to all for their continued support. Ciaran Meehan Chairman

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Clubhouse refurbishments - bualla bos

Clubhouse refurbishments - bualla bos

The newest clubhouse updates had a soft unveiling last evening and everyone present were delighted with the layout and quality of our new club bar, it is modern, cosy and accessible directly from the street. Come down and see for yourself, I think you will love it. Big thanks to a club member who helped with the finance and great credit to all the people who volunteered their time and skills - plumbing, carpentry (beautiful work), electrics, sound system, painting and a whole lot more. Hopefully Joe will send me a note and name names, it is a great team effort, Bualla Bos agus Syls Abú.

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Hurling Helmets

I have been requested by Central Council to remind all players, and at all levels, that in all Hurling Games and Hurling Practice Sessions it is mandatory for, and the responsibility of, each individual player to wear a helmet with a facial guard that meets the standards set out in IS:335 or other replacement standard as determined by the National Safety Authority of Ireland (NSAI). All players are advised that in the event of a head injury occurring, if the helmet being worn does not meet the standard or is modified or altered from the original manufactured state, they are not covered under the terms of the GAA Player Injury Fund. Kind regards, John Costello

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UCD GAA Development Executive

Dear Secretary, I have been requested to advise clubs of the vacancy for a GAA Development Executive in University College Dublin. Details in the link below: - http://www.irishjobs.ie/Jobs/UCD-GAA-Development-Executive-UCD-7624303.aspx Kind regards John Costello

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Hurlers lose to Wild Geese in extra time

4th August Malahide Castle Wild Geese 0-22, St Sylvesters 2-13. (After Extra Time) A very entertaining match was played in the Castle on Tuesday evening in windy conditions. A loss in concentration at the end of the fist half let the Geese in for three unanswered points to leave us just 2 points ahead at half time despite a good Fergus Rooney goal.

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Junior Hurling Fingal Tuesday and Thursday

Danny O'Connor is behind a Junior Hurling 'Mini Tournament' - DONABATE Tues 4th 7:15 Skerries Harps v St Pat's Donabate (ref Martin Grehan, O Tooles, (0878301625). AT MALAHIDE CASTLE Wild Geese v St Sylvester's Ref Liam O Briain (Setanta). Teams pay ref's expenses in normal way. On Thursday 6th August, winners play in Broomfield at 7:15 on pitch 1 with losers playing on pitch 2 at the same time PRESENTATION at 8:45 p.m. in Broomfield., (Malahide) --- Thanks at this stage to DAA (Dublin Airport Authority) and Stack's Pharmacy for generous sponsorship. Can clubs put some of the details of this on their website?. Any questions, contact me. ---Danny O Connor

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Congrats to Dublin and Clare Camogie

Congrats to Dublin and Clare Camogie

I was delighted to see the girls stand their ground and not accept a coin toss to decide All Ireland qualification. Our games are played on the field and fair play to the camogie people who stood up for that simple principle.

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Hurlers run into strong Na Fianna

Hurlers run into strong Na Fianna

AHL2 St Sylvesters 1-15 Na Fianna 0-21 A late goal made the scoreline more respectable but Na Fianna had opened up a six point lead in the last quarter while playing some of the best hurling I have seen in Broomfield in a while. Up til then we had put up a very game display, recovering from a very slow start to trail by three points facing the wind in the first half, Na Fianna finishing the half with two sweet points.

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Spirited display by Junior Ladies

Syls Junior Girls put in a great performance last night in the Championship V Ballyboden Wanders in Ballyboden. While the Malahide girls were very short on numbers and did not win this game it was probably the best game they ever played. Syls playing with the wind ended up 3-7 to 0-5 behind at half time. Ironically despite the scoreline Syls had actually played some good football in the first half.

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U11 Hurlers, literally jump with joy!

U11 Hurlers, literally jump with joy!

The U11 hurlers who participated in the U11 Camaint tournament in Naomh Barrog on Tuesday, could not hold their joy after wining their final game after coming so close in earlier games. Their final game was against the all conquering Ciarans squad, the Syls boys gave a heroic performance to take a narrow lead and hold on, it under severe Ciarans pressure.

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Seniors run Crokes close

Seniors run Crokes close

AFL1 St Sylvesters 1-10 Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 A soft early goal and missed chances in the first half were our downfall in this senior league game in Broomfield. It took us a while to settle but we recovered to trail by four at the break. The second half was much better from our perspective, we mostly controlled the game, Mark Hazely gave an exhibition of free taking but all too often our attack broke down through being dispossed or errant passing and we didn't take on enough scores to get at least a draw we would have deserved.

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Professor Hollywood Memorial Cup - Dublin GAA for Cancer Care

Professor Hollywood Memorial Cup - Dublin GAA for Cancer Care

We asking all Dublin Clubs to come along in support of their fellow GAA players who have battled cancer and will line out in Parnell Park on the 08th of August at 5pm. The event is free to under 12's and promises to be a very entertaining event with cheerleaders, an orchestra and choir all taking part. The details of the event are below along with a short video from last years match. I would be very grateful if you could display the attached Posters if possible on your website/facebook or in your club house.

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Rugby World Cup Prediction

During the soccer world cup we raised nearly €500 towards first aid equipment for the juvenile section of the club. This time it's rugby!

We want to find out who knows more than Shaggy, Hookie, Popey, Woody and RoG when it comes to predicting winners and losers in the RWC. If you have what it takes (and a spare tenner) you can impress your friends; add to the excitement; and walk away with half the kitty if you are the last man or woman standing.

So give it a go and share it with your friends - the more people involved the bigger the prize!

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