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2009 boys & families headed in Croker on Saturday.
50 or so 2009 boys & their families headed to Croker on Saturday. For many it was their fist time to visit, some visited the GAA museum and searched for the Syls crest on the wall. The parents would to thank the committee who organised the event and prepared the goodie bags with threats. A great day was evening had by all, except for the fans supporting Mayo!
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Our U7s had a big day out in Bushy Park
Syls 2009 boys debut in sunny Bushy Park! The Syls 2009 boys made their eagerly anticipated football debut against Templeogue Synge Street on Saturday morning in Bushy Park, Terenure. We fielded 8 teams for the blitz, with 57 boys togging out for the first time in the Sylvesters colours. There were plenty of pre-game nerves from the players (and coaches!), but these soon dissipated once the football commenced, and there was great vocal support from parents, siblings and friends who made the trip. I am promised pictures so please come back in a few days.
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U7 2016
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U8-9-10 v Mullaghbawn Armagh
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Cúl Camp 2015
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Syls 2009 Boys Team training Saturday mornings
The 2009 Boys football and hurling team is starting back training at 10am to 12pm on Saturday mornings in Broomfield on the pitch adjacent to the ball wall (first session this Saturday 3rd September). The boys have now graduated from the Nursery having made great progress in the second half of last season, culminating in two very enjoyable blitzes and the Mini-All Irelands.
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U8s sponsored by My Hair Salons (Yellows Walls and St James Terrace)
The St Sylvesters 2009 football and hurling team would like to say a big thank you to Liz Murphy of My Hair (salons at Yellow Walls Road and St James Terrace) for sponsoring a set of jerseys for the upcoming season. The 2009 team have been eagerly preparing for the leagues which will start in February and the new jerseys were sported in the recent home and away blitzes with our neighbours Fingallians. The team have added 12 new players to the squad since September and new players are always welcome, training will recommence in mid January.
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U8s hurling debut at Gormanstown
The U8s started their competitive careers with a trip to Gormanstown for the annual indoor hurling competition. Is it true Shay made them get off the bus and walk across the county border with Meath. I hear hey hurled well - thanks to Peter for the pictures.
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Mini All Irelands 2015
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