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17 clubs are represented on the 2014 Dublin panel

Every footballer dreams of playing on the hallowed turf of Croke Park getting the opportunity to play for your County in an All -Ireland final is truly a special occasion. On Sunday five of Dublin’s starting fifteen will run out onto the sacred ground for the first time while ten others will make a welcome return to the famous stadium.

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Dublin Ladies reach All Ireland Final

Sinead Aherne and Niamh McEvoy starred for Dublin once again as they beat Galway in the semi final in Mullingar today. Congratulation to all the girls and best of luck in the final against (Cork I think ?) -

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Support Syls girls in All Ireland

The business end of the season is well under way for the Dublin ladies as they face Galway in the first of the All Ireland semi- finals this Saturday, in Cusack Park, Mullingar. Niamh and Sinéad certainly had their shooting boots on last Saturday when Dublin dispatched Kerry in the quarter final in Birr

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Sinead Aherne Player of the Match in All Ireland QF

Congratulations to Sinead with 8 points and Niamh McEvoy contributed a goal when Dublin beat Kerry 2-12 to 1-10 in Birr today.

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U13 Girls in Division 1

Our U13 Division Two winners for 2014 returned to training last night in preparation for their first Division one Championship match against Cuala A on August 30th. Its full steam ahead for the squad and their coaches and on behalf of all the parents,supporters and Sylvesters committee members I would like to wish the Girls the best of luck.

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Junior Ladies Team first win

The Junior Ladies had their first win tonight in their third game in a close fought challenge game against Na Gaeil Óga (an Irish Language speaking team in Bloomfield. The final score was Syls 5-6 Na Gaeil Oga 4-5. Great to have a win with the first Championship game away to Thomas Davis next Monday. Peter Hickey has promised to send a few photographs.

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Sinead Aherne Dubs top scorer

In their three outings leading to winning the Leinster championship, Dublin amassed an impressive tally of 19 goals and 53 points. Their most potent sector on the field was without question the Dubs full forward line of Lyndsey Davey, Sinead Aherne and Lindsay Peat.

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Syls Ladies Gaelic Little Bit of History

Just a short note. In Syls. 111 year history Last Night 23 July 2014 was the first time we had two adult ladies teams playing side by side in Broomfield. The Seniors had a good Cup win V Lucan Sarsfields on pitch 2. On the other side of the hedge Pitch 4 the new Junior Team started their Championship Season (mid season) with a challenge V Fingallians. The Swords team won well on the scoreboard, but Syls put up a fighting spirited performance for their very first game. They start their Championship bid V Thomas Davis away on Monday 11 August 2014.

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Syl's Senior Ladies clinch Cup with facile win

Our Senior Ladies footballers won their first silverware of the year on Wednesday night by beating a very weak Lucan Sarsfields team by 5-13 to 0-1. Apart from a tendency to give the ball away too easily, this was an accomplished performance with all 19 players on view making solid contributions

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Ladies back to their winning ways

St, Maur's 4-5, St. Sylvester's 3-12. Syl's Ladies won this top of the table Cup clash with St. Maur's on Wednesday evening. We were missing our County stars and four other first choice players but put in a spirited if flawed performance to secure top place on goal difference.

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Nicole Owens - Croke Park Hotel Player of the Month

Congratulations to St Sylvester's sharp shooter Nicole Owens who today was announced as the Croke Park Hotel Player of the Month for June Owens was in outstanding form for Dublin throughout their recent U21 Championship winning campaign with the speedy corner forward accruing an amazing 11 goals and 12 points in just four games.

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U10 girls at The Curragh

The U10 girls played in a Leinster U10 girls Get In The Game Blitz on Saturday 28th June. We headed down to Moorefield Gaa club which is situated bsside the Curragh race course. The Irish Derby was on there later in the day. The course was looking fabulous and set the scene for a wonderful mornings football.

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Syls young ladies overpowered by Foxrock Cabinteely.

Congratulations and well done to our senior ladies reaching the Senior Championship semi-final, a marvellous achievement coming from junior status three years ago. While we have some brilliant young players coming through we were missing five in Emer, Lucia, Ciara, Nicole and Kim and simply did not have enough strength in depth to threaten the more settled Foxrock team who had won the Championship two years ago. No worries, we have a great talent coming through and will be building on this years achievements. Well done to Dave McEvoy, Brian, and Declan for the leadership.

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Dublin Ladies big win again

Dublin Ladies had an easy win over Westmeath in the Leinster semifinal at Portmarnock today on a scoreline of Dublin 7-18, Westmeath 1-7 Sinead Aherne put in another top scoring performance with 2-11, including a well taken penalty and four points from frees.

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Three goal Nicole lead Dubs to U21 Title

Aisling McGing U21 All Ireland Final - Dublin won the counties’ first All Ireland U21 title today with an empathic 16 point win over Leinster rivals Meath in a contest that was played before a sizeable crowd in Clane, Co Kildare. The old saying that goals win games was again proven to be true as Dublin raised the green flag on no fewer than six occasions to see off their neighbors, Meath and Syl's Nicole Owens bagged three of the goals.

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Nicole Owens score 3-03 in All Ireland Semi Final against Cork

Congratulations to Nicole Owens on her star performance for Dublin U21 Ladies in beating Cork at Semple Stadium, Thurles by 7-13 to 1-8 to reach the All Ireland Final against Meath. Congrats also to Niamh Harney who is in the panel. Nicole was top scorer with 3-3, thus transferring her outstanding club form to county level. The final is fixed for next Sunday in Clane at 2.00pm.

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Girls needed for second adult team

The Club has given us permission to enter a Junior Ladies Team this year 2014 in the Ladies Junior Football Championship. We are under a little bit of pressure to get all the names in, get them registered and to get the membership before the deadline expires for entering teams. We would appreciate if this notice could be posted onto our website as soon as possible to get the names of the girls in as soon as possible.

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Syls Minor Girls – An excellent League campaign...

Nuala & I had the privilege of looking after this year’s Girls Minor squad. We were placed in Division 2 which was always going to be a stern test with such a young Minor squad – only 6 of the 24 players involved were 2nd year Minors.

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Ladies win Championship first round

There was a nail biting finish to this game in the first round of the Championship against Clanna Gael Fontenoy, but it was not the scoreline that caused the angst, Syls winning comfortably in the end by 4-17 to 4-9, it was the light.

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Dublin Ladies just pipped by Cork

Ladies NFL Final The Dublin Ladies were just pipped by Cork by a single point in their first ever National League Final in a cracking game at Parnell Park on Saturday. Great credit is due to the girls and our own Sinead Aherne who had a great second half and Niamh McEvoy who covered every blade of grass. The girls should be very hopefull for the Summer based on this display.

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Ladies chalk up another impressive win

Our Senior Ladies footballers continued on their winning way with a convincing win over Clanna Gael on a windy Wednesday evening in Broomfield on a scoreline of 5-11 to 1-8. Highlight of the evening was the 1-6 scoring contribution from Katie Slattery in the first half. But everyone on the field, including the subs that came on in the second half, made a contribution. It is probably unfair to single out individual contributions, as everybody played their part,

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Dublin girls win Leinster

Well done to the Dublin Minor ladies team on their comprehensive win over Westmeath in the Leinster final . Well done to our own Louise Ryan who played an excellent game at mid field.

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Three Syls girls in Dublins first ever League Final

Calling all Syls supporters. Next Saturday Dublin and Cork ladies meet in the Division 1 League final in Parnell Park at 3.45. This is the first occasion that Dublin has reached the Division 1 final.

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Dublin Ladies in National League Final

Sinead Aherne scored 6 points and Niamh McEvoy played an effective game at centre forward when helping Dublin beat Monaghan in the National Football League Div 1 semifinal. Nicole Owens was on the bench. They now go on the meet Cork in the final. Both teams play an attractive brand of football. They played a cracker earlier in the season when they drew at Parnell Park. Support Sinead, Niamh, Nicole and the Dubs when they meet again in Parnell Park on Sat May 10 at 3.45pm

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Another impressive win for the Ladies

The Ladies footballers contrinued on their winning way with another comprehensive win away to Clann Mhuire, The Naul, on Wednesday night, winning on a scoreline of 6-12 to 2-6. The mixture of youth and experience worked well again. Anne Clarke put in a player of the match performance, constantly making herself available for passes and taking up intelligent defensive positions when the opposition had the ball.

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Ladies impressive in League win

Our Senior Ladies footballers gave an exhibition of open intelligent football against an admittedly poor Ballinteer St. John's team in their first League outing at Broomfield on Wednesday night, winning on a scoreline of 9-20 to 0-3. Our intercounty stars were in action in this game and gave exhibitions of how the game should be played, Sinead Aherne and Nicole Owens cleaning up in the full forward line and Niamh McEvoy giving a powerhouse exhibition in midfield.

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Ladies win against Clontarf

Our Senior Ladies footballers got off to a good start with a Cup win over Clontarf in their first match of the season on a score line of 0-9 to 1-4. With a mixture of experience, recent graduates from Minor ranks and a sprinkling of under age players, this team played an attractive brand of football tutored by new manager Dave McEvoy who took over only last week. There were impressive performances from some of the older players like Jackie Costello playing in goal, unbelievably for the first time,

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Scoil Iosa Ladies Leinster Senior Gaelic Football Champions 2014

Result Scoil Iosa Malahide 0-9 Gorey Community School 1-5 Today Tuesday 11 March 2014 Scoil Iosa Senior Ladies won the Leinster Gaelic Football School Championship against Gorey Community School in Bray Emmet's Ground in Wicklow. Scoil Iosa 0-9 Gorey CS 1-5. This was a very tough game right up to the final whistle. In this Leinster Championship because of the high number of teams in Dublin, winning Dublin gave Scoil Iosa a passage straight into the Leinster Final. Scoil Iosa won five games in Dublin before winning the Dublin Title last week. Gorey CS on the other hand had to travel around the Provence with one game against Offaly opposition actually played over the Provincial border in Tipperary

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Scoil Iosa Girls on winning the Dublin Senior Ladies Schools Final

Congratulations from all in Syls to the Scoil Iosa Girls on winning the Dublin Senior Ladies Schools Final against St MacDaras Community College, Templeogue. After a very tense first half and the teams level at the break the girls had to work hard in the second half to secure victory and a Leinster Final clash against Gorey CS on Tuesday 11th March at 1pm in Emmets GAA Grounds in Bray.

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