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ArticleCode of Best Practice course
All mentors working with children (U18s) must complete the Irish Sports Council/GAA Code of Best Practice in Youth Sports Course. As previously advised, this County Board run Code of Best Practice course will be run for us in the Clubhouse on this Wednesday 6th June from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. It will be held upstairs at the back.   If you haven't already done this course, please attend on the night.   Regards   Pat
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ArticleRecord numbers at Mini All Ireland Finals
Regardless of the weather for the preceeding weeks, Syls Mini All Ireland Finals Day always brings out the sun and this year was no exception. Broomfield was resplendent thanks to the efforts of our Sponsor, Audi North Dublin and our hard working committee and was thronged on Sunday afternoon as record numbers of young players took part in our Finals Day.
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Article ECMAScript programSquare Ball and other rule changes
Please note the following Playing Rule changes which were passed at Congress on Saturday, 14th April. These changes will become operative one month from Congress (i.e 14th May) and are to be implemented in all competitions.
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Article application/onenoteBag packing a big success - thanks and well done
Last Saturday we had a fundraiser in dunnes stores in the pavilions swords where we had over 40 volunteers packing bags to raise money for the juveniles of st. Sylvesters. This turned out to be a great success with 1200 euro being raised through the huge efforts from parents of our young players.
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Article chemical/x-pdbMalahide Community School Mixed Football Tournament
Following an initiative suggested at our last Juvenile Committee meeting, the inaugural Malahide Community School 2nd Year Mixed Football Championship was hosted by Syls in Broomfield on Wednesday morning. Organised by Panner and Philip Reid with the help of Dave Peyton in the School the event was a huge success with a full turn out in glorious weather, fun and good football and refreshments and a cup sponsored by Autobar Vending (Anthony Cooney).
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Article ECMAScript programJuveniles open with 7 wins and 3 losses
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ArticleComhairle na nÓg annual meeting
Wrap up of the Dublin juvenile football and hurling year, CCC1 and 2 combined. All competitions completed to schedule, almost 10,000 games, 5,500 players on CCC1 football (increased a little from 2010) and over 4,000 CCC1 hurling (10% increase), not a single major issue with dual status, reduction in disciplinary issues. Pride of place for Syls was our u12 div1 champions and good representation in most competitions. Very impressive organisation by the volunteer committee members and we all owe a big thanks to the Ciaran Hoban (retiring chairman), Alan O'Connor CCC2, Niall Connaughton CCC1, Damian, Kathleen and many many more . . . go raibh míle maith agaibh.
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ArticleAll Ireland Score Forecast
Very impressive 11 winners of the score forecast - congratulations to those who believed The Dubs could win a tight game - we divided the prize and threw a bit to make it an even €100 each - Deirdre Devine, Alison Kavanag, Brian Lennon, Maria Whelan, Donal McFerron, Andrew Delevey. M McVeigh, Edel Woods, Calum Miskelly, Bernard Boran, Aine Daly. Well done to Aiden, Ernie and all who helped organise and collect - many thanks to all those who supported, we cleared over €3,000.
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Article text/texmacsJuvenile results
Juvenile results for last weekend attached. Our results were as follows:
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Article text/texmacsCCC1 Results
A very good weekend for our young footballers with all Age Groups registering good wins: Our U8 footballers beat Erins Isle in the Castle early Saturday morning and our U9s had a good win over Na Fianna straight after. The U10s and 11s hit the road and recorded convincing wins away to Na Fianna and St Maurs respectively. Pride of place goes to the U12s who had an excellent away win over a strong Clontarf team and go in to their last 2 games knowing that the Division 1 League title will be theirs if they win both remaining games. Ernie
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