Under 10s in 2016
Looks like a great outing, pictures from Peter Hickey. Many thanks to Mayobridge GAA Club in Co Down for a memorable day out and what a great lineup of clubs, Scotstown Burren, Crossmaglen, Ballinderry, many more, some of the greats of Gaelic Football. Here's pic with our boys with the Cross lads (The Real Madrid of GAA, according to the kids) Joe Brolly even gave the pic of the boys a retweet on Twitter!
Huge congratulations to our U/10 boys football team who reigned supreme in the Community Games Dublin Final against Lucan on Friday 13th May in Bridgefield. In front of a large and vocal crowd of supporters from both parishes, Malahide lead from the whistle in convincing style. It is a credit to their mentors and their families that so many from their 2006 squad came out in force to support their team and help lift the Charles J Haughey Trophy as a team. We wish the entire U/10 squad the very best of luck as they begin their Leinster campaign this Saturday in Kildare. "
Peter Hickey took the shot. It was in Parnell Park. It was when Cork played Dublin in the League a few weeks ago. It was a good day for the Dubs.
With the sun shining and the views glorious, Sylvesters fielded two hurling teams against Binn Eadair. Both matches were exciting and filled with skill and drama. Huge thanks to all the mentors who are putting trojan work into the 2006 squad and to the parents who are getting noisier on the sidelines with each passing week
Huge congratulations to the U/10 Syls hurling squads who completed a very successful run in Gormanstown this Sunday. Over the course of this tournaments 6 week run, both squads enjoyed great success in thrilling matches, under the expert stewardship of Donal and Derek. Huge thanks to Mick McGahan for organising our participation in this super tournament, which has been running now for 18 years.
In a tsunami of rain in Ridgewood in Swords, the U10 hurling squads from St.Sylvester's, played out two very impressive and exciting games of hurling. Both teams came out on top and displayed a range of skills that are earning them a solid reputation in North County Dublin.
Well it was the final home game of the season for the 2006 St.Sylvester's U/9 squad this morning in Malahide Castle. In bitterly cold weather, the teams played out 3 very exciting matches against Erin's Isle. While it was great to see the boys coming out on top in all 3 matches, it is even more satisfying to witness their growing confidence and sportsmanship. Well done boys and we will see you all again next Saturday.
St. Sylvester's U/9 squad held a very exciting Hurling Blitz in Malahide Castle this morning. Under blue skies and glorious sunshine the two young St. Sylvesters hurling squads posted some very impressive scores against local opponents Trinity Gaels and Clontarf. In their first set of matches against Clontarf, both of the St. Sylvester's teams won 11 - 10 and 21 - 19 respectively, in hard fought battles
St. Sylvester's U/9's sent out 2 solid hurling teams to play against Oliver Plunket's under the continued good guidance of Donal and Derek. Both teams produced tight and challenging matches in soft conditions. in only the second hurling match of the season, Sylvester's hurling squad continues to gain in strength and confidence and we look forward to many more exciting games ahead."
The U9 Panel participated in a Football Tournament organized by Kilmacud Crokes on Sunday. St Vincents, Ballymun Kickhams, Ballyboden St Endas, Kilmacud Crokes, Naomh Olaf, St Brigids and St Sylvester's who fielded two teams in this invitational tournament based on the GO GAMES initiative and ethos.