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Hi all As promised, 8 (out of 22) events in to this year’s St. Sylvesters Know Your Sport prediction competition and it’s time to give everyone an update of where standings are at this stage. We had expected that the leaderboard would thin out a bit at the top by now and, sure enough, we do have a single stand-alone leader at this point: Kieran O’Donnell, from our U15 boys teams, is the man to catch; he is out on his own on 36 points. Kieran has actually successfully predicted 7 out of 8 winners so far, with only Leinster in the Pro 12 letting him down. 2nd place on her own with 33 points is Anne Lawlor, representing Academy Girls, while Genevieve Kennedy of U10 girls is alone in 3rd place on the leader board with 32 points. These ladies were 2 of only 8 players in all who got the Pro 12 right (by going with Other rather than one of the four favourites listed!). One point behind in joint 4th is a chasing pack of six players on 31 points. For your information, the full leader board is attached. We will update you all again in July when another six events are up for grabs. Thanks to all again for participating, Regards Pat

Fantastic last day of nursery for the girls section. It's been a very eventful season with the commencement of the camogie under ther watchful eye of co ordinator Killian Kirrane. A huge thank you to Ciarian Reilly for kick starting it and also Liam Osbourne for his assistance. We are hoping more coaches will come on board next year so please get in touch with killiane. Also exciting to see the U11 girls training on a Friday night in camogie in the free for all Friday with Pat Hoyne. Camogie has well and truly started in st Sylvester's. 


We want to say good bye and good luck to the 2009 girls who are leaving nursery. They have grown in confidence and their skill base is becoming more developed. Good luck. Last but not least a massive thank you to all the new coaches ( Les, Brian, Paul, Ciaria, Caroline , Anne, Monica, Hazel, Carmel Long, Carmel, Helen, Ailish, Miriam, Aoife, Karen , Keith, Killane, Liam, Ciarian, Jackie, John- apologies if I forgot anyone) who started this year and hopefully with stay on next year. Your involvement has made the nursery so much fun for the girls which we hope has helped them develop a love for the game. Go girls Go Syls


Today also saw the inaugural Nursery Challenge Match between the boys coaches and girls coaches. It was a great game on what turned out to be probably the hottest day of the year. That however did not stop the fierce competiton that was evident between the two teams. The girls coaches unfortunately were denied victory but were gracious in defeat.  Congestion to the boys coaches however we will be back next year to claim the trophy.  Have a great summer and see you all next season. 


Nursery Coaches. 

On Sunday 18th June the 2005 Girls and the 2008 Boys headed off together to Kilruddery House in Wicklow to participate in the Hell and Back Junior challenge,

The sun shone and 54 very happy and excited kids left Malahide on a bus together with their dedicated coaches and parents,  a super day was had from start to finish, the kids did us very proud and completed the challenging course with Sylvester’s determination and in true club comradery spirit helping each other out along the way to ensure all got to the finish line, some kids even braving the course to complete it a second time!!! Muddy happy kids then sat down to enjoy a very well deserved picnic and treats! Huge thanks to the organisers, coaches and parents for making this trip so successful and enjoyable.

On behalf of the Club Executive and the Broomfield Development Committee, we would like to invite you to an important event on Monday 26th June @ 8.00pm in the Grand Hotel.


The aim of the session will be to provide you with an update on progress to date, get feedback on the proposals and explain what we need to do to fund this next vital stage of the plan – an All Weather Playing Facility.


You attendance and support for this event is very important to us as we start to build a Club for All Seasons.


Best Regards

Paddy Miskelly

Club Chairperson

We are asking all club members and players to meet at Barrack bridge ( next traffic lights as you come from Malahide castle toward Seabury along Yellow Walls road ) at 10.30 sharp.

As a past chairman, Mel served the club with passion and energy for over  22 years. Our deepest sympathies to his wife Trish, sons Bill, Hugh, Gerry, Paddy and his brothers and sisters.

Mel was a passionate GAA person to the core, promoting our games & culture near and far. Mel was proudly assoicated with Good Council, St Sylvester's, Shannon Geals(USA) & St Josephs (USA).


Mel will be waked in his home (63 Chalfont Avenue, Malahide, Co Dublin) on Tuesday 13th June from 2pm - 9pm. All welcome.


Funeral Details-

Removal on Wednesday morning (June 14th) to the Church of the Sacred Heart, Seabury, Malahide for Requiem Mass at 11am.

Interment afterwards in St. Fintan's Cemetery, Sutton.


Details on -


 Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.


Small Mel@bar



The future of St Sylvester’s are in safe hands after a very impressive showing over the bank holiday


A selection of 2009 boys flew to Birmingham last Saturday 3 rd of June to take part in the Coley Folan

Memorial Tournament at Pairc Na hEireann.

It was an intense day with an early 4.20am start and non-stop matches from our arrival at 10am. The

sun was shining and we faced stiff competition from representative teams from St Brendan’s, John

Mitchells, Roger Casements and the home team Sean Mc Dermott’s. Matches were played with 5

minute thirds, and the pitch was divided into 3 zones, defence, midfield and attack, that boys were

allocated to and they could not enter the other zones. This meant that the emphasis was on winning

the tackles, and passing to your teammate in the next third. The boys had to adapt quickly but they

soon learned that teamwork was essential in order to win the games.

We brought two teams with us, Team 1 composed of Aidan, Daniel, Darragh, Hugh, Hugo, Jack, Max

and Rory. Team 2 was composed of Conor E, Conor O, Donal, James, Liam, Max, Robert and Ross. I

am confident each Dad remembers some stand out moments from the day. For me, there were too

many to mention here. However the quality of tackling, passing and finishing was top class from all

the Syl’s boys who displayed their desire to win.

The big match was between the two Syl’s teams and it will be known hereafter as the Battle of

Warwickshire as there was no quarter asked nor given and the spectators were given a treat in how

to play the game with passion. The tension was palpable, friendships were forgotten for 20mins and

that was just the coaches!

The final was between St Sylvester’s and the holders and home town favourites Sean McDermott’s.

Syl’s took a half time lead, before being pegged back by some exceptional positional play and

accuracy from the opposition no.12. It came down to the last quarter and final minute, when up

stepped the hero of the day, young Max with the best catch of the day despite the close attention of

two defenders and who then managed to handpass to his brother to finish sweetly over the bar. The

ref blew his whistle and the match and tournament belonged to St Sylvester’s. The boys went mad.

The trophy was ours!

Our eternal gratitude must go to our liaison John O’Connor, our hosts Sean Mc Dermott’s and

Warwickshire County Board who welcomed us and looked after us all day with bacon butties,

burgers and VIP parking. Both the boys and the coaches enjoyed the “Skip Challenge”, fun slides and

bouncy castles, family atmosphere and senior intercounty Championship game between Kilkenny

and Warwickshire.

We finished off the weekend with an action packed R&R day in Drayton Manor, where we sampled

as many rides and adventures as we could, though the previous days rivalry continued through a

couple of rounds of Dodgems. A long weekend, and one that will live even longer in the memory.



There was hugely positive feedback from the session he did with us last October and everyone there that day got a lot out of it, as did he, and he did say at the time that he would like to come back to build on that. As many of you will know, Paudie is the former National Hurling Coach and remains one of the most preeminent hurling coaches in the country. His workshops are legendary and, notwithstanding that he has been ‘retired’ for many years now, he is in huge demand all the time.

I would strongly encourage all of you to come along and please do spread the word to all your fellow mentors to come as well; it will be more than well worth the 2 hours of everyone’s time! While this is aimed primarily at juvenile coaches, it is open to anyone to come along and participate.

Pat Hoyne



The finals day saw the 500+ children congregate in Broomfield, where the Mini All Irelands Finals took place. The final day started with the first U7 sliotar throw in at 10:01 and finished with the final whistle of the U11 Football Final at 17:20. In between we played  92 matches.


To keep everyone entertained and fed throughout the day the Mini All Ireland committee organized a Dublin Fire Brigade engine demo, Farrell Hurley’s hurling demo,  Puc Fada and Football longest kick aswell as  book stall, cake stall , BBQ ( remember Hot Rods Dogs or Ryans Rasher rolls 😊  who will ever forget) We even had a chocolate fountain !


I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers who worked throughout the group matches and final days to make this event a success. In particular, we have to Thank and acknowledge the huge effort the Mini All Ireland Committee contributed  in organizing such a large and successful event. We even built a bespoke website to ensure the Mini All Ireland 2017 was a success. The bar was definitely raised this year and it was an absolute pleasure working with you all . You know who you are !!


There are so many people who contributed to the success of the Mini All Ireland to name individually .. but Thank You , you know who you are and your support is very much appreciated.











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Inters 2017

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Syls v Ballymun  (22 of 42)

With the wind at their backs, St Sylvesters dominated the second half. The Na Fianna defence was unable to contain the St Sylvesters forwards who finished off some great moves with well taken scores. The St Sylvesters defense contained the Kilmacud Crokes attack until the last few minutes. St Sylvester put up in a credible performance to deservedly win the game, 3-6 to 1-3.

The team on the day was: A. Jordan, R. Delaney, C. McMahon, A. Foley, A. Tilly, S. Fogarty, L. Langton, A. McCabe, C. NiCormaic, E. Brady, K. Brophy, H. Maguire, B. Mulleney, M. Chansani, L. Furlong, G. Murray, M. Ring, S. Hansen, K. Sheridan, T. O’Keeffe, L. Murphy, A. Coghlan.


A date for the diary for all  Syls members is the The squad will play in the 2nd  round of the  Dublin Junior D championship V Boden on Thursday 15th June in Broomfield at 7:30pm.


AFL 10 2017

AFL 10

It will be a casual, informal, free style, type session, with a few mini skills competitions for different groups!


All Ages, Parents and ability welcome. It would be great to see some our Camogie girls in action.


 REMEMBER to bring your Helmet and Hurl!







 The third goal came late on when Gavin McArdle sent a long ball into box and the bounce deceived everybody including the Clontarf goalkeeper with the ball ending up in the net (Jack Hazley claims to have gotten a touch be we believe that Gavin got the goal). There were solid performances from the whole defensive unit while up front they all worked hard to close Clontarf down and force turnovers.


This win puts the seniors in a group of four teams on 6pts from 4 games at the top of AFL 1.


Next up is a clash with Ballymun in Broomfield on Saturday evening @ 5:30pm. Ballymun are another one of the teams on 6pts so this game is going to be a difficult one.

Your Support is Welcome.

With the wind at their backs, St Sylvesters dominated the second half. Kilmacud Crokes were unable to contain the St Sylvesters forwards who found their shooting boots. The St Sylvesters defense contained the Kilmacud Crokes attack until the last few minutes. St Sylvester put up a super performance to deservedly win the game, 4-6 to 2-6.

The team on the day was: K. Brophy, S. Kealy, C. McMahon, E. Collins, M. Hazley, M. Ring, S. Curtis, K. Sheridan, A. McCabe, A. Tilly, A. Brenner, H. Maguire, B. Mulleney, M. Chalsani, A. Coghlan, A. Jordan, A. Foley, T. O’Keeffe, L. Langton, L. Murphy, L. Furlong

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In earlier rounds Malahide overcame strong opposition also – they saw off Clontarf at home before they travelled to Lucan and beat Lucan away – both keenly fought wins.

The team management was led by Noel Loughran and Jay O’Toole with assistance from a group of the St. Sylvester’s Under 10 mentors.

Team captain Patrick James O’Toole was presented with the Charles Haughey Memorial cup and the players all received gold Community Games medals.

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The Malahide squad comprises Charlie Loughran, James Le Blanc, Cormac McGovern, Shea Ahern, Daniel Maguire, Evan Roche, Cian Cummings, Miguel Amejienda, Patrick James O’Toole, Louis French, Joseph O’Hare, Riain Cox, Niall Kearney, Adam Rooney, Fergal O’Rourke & James Reilly.

The boys will go on to compete in the Leinster Community Games representing Dublin. They will play the winners of Wicklow and Kildare during the month of June in the second round of the Leinster championship.


. Following a safeTALK workshop you will be more

willing and able to perform an important helping role for persons with thoughts of suicide.

The aim of this programme is to increase the ability to promote the immediate safety of

someone who may be at risk of suicide and provide links to further help.

How does safeTALK help prevent suicide?

safeTALK suicide alert helpers are trained to:

-Move beyond common tendencies to miss, dismiss or avoid signs of suicide

-Identify people who have thoughts of suicide

- Apply the TALK steps to connect a person with suicidal thoughts to people and agencies that

can help

Training is certified and can contribute to CPD, cost is free

It will run from 6.30pm-10pm, Refreshments will be served

If you would like to attend this event could you please let me know as soon as possible




Team manager Ciaran Reilly was happy with the experience and progress made by the team and it points to a bright future for hurling in Malahide.

The Malahide Under 11 Hurling squad comprised Ryan Canny, Eoin Carey, Ciaran De Burca, Joe Sheerin, Sam Robinson, James Murphy, Matthew Aslett, Darragh O’Floinn, Patrick James O’Toole, Odhrán Mollahan, Brian Waugh, James Reilly, Jack Dunphy, Daniel Miller, Darragh Whitney & Rory Guiden.



Thanks to Paul Kavanagh for looking after Paidi and taking him to VHI Clinic.



St Sylvester’s Vs Lucan Sarsfield’s : Syl’s out-last Lucan

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The Joe Brolly’s of the world would probably be outraged to see a top quality forward like Gary Sweeney roaming between the 45’s, yet his application of this role was the decisive factor in Sylvesters’ Friday night extra time victory.

Sylvester’s, despite expectation, hadn’t reached the quarter finals since 2013, whereas Lucan are regular visitors, running Vincent’s close last year. And if you’d arrived after half time, not knowing that Lucan were already six points down, based on how they were performing, that record would maybe have stacked up.

On a wet and miserable night, the opening ten minutes, however, read like a horror story for Lucan as they shipped a goal inside thirty seconds and the next four points to boot.

It wasn’t so much that Sweeney’s brilliantly incisive runs in the middle third were cutting Lucan to shreds, that the tactic which saw him roam exposed Lucan horrifically until they shored it up.

Both Sweeney, wearing number 14 and Edmund Walsh wearing 13, played as roamers around the middle, leaving Syl’s with just four up top, essentially playing a 6-4-4 system, or a 6-4-2-2 to be more precise, with two in each line of the forwards.

John Coughlan has space a plenty behind him

Syls attack into swathes of space

With Lucan appearing to be intent on going man-on-man, with the respective markers following Sweeney and Walsh to the middle third, Lucan were essentially playing a 4-4-6. In terms of the tactical evolution of the pyramid in soccer, Syl’s pyramid, as it should be, was wide at the bottom. Lucan’s T-shape was wide at the top.

This created optimum circumstances for Syl’s to attack into space early on, and testing circumstances for Lucan to attack into heavy traffic.

Saying that, Syl’s goal was as old school as old school as can be as Sweeney, coming from the corner forward position, won the first ball played in from the throw in, beat his man, and looped a hand pass over the keeper’s head for Glen Hazley to fist into the empty net.

For Lucan, the horror show was set to begin.

If the Brolly’s of this world might not be inspired by the likes of Sweeney roaming out of scoring range, you can assume they’d have been inspired by the manner in which the majority of Syl’s first half scores came.

With Gavin McCardle at number 6 and Brian Sexton at number 5 controlling affairs for Syls in their congested half back line, Syl’s worked ball after ball to the half forward line from which the oldest and most effective set up in the book worked a treat.

Thirty, forty and fifty yard passes kept being sent perfectly on top of Jack Hazley’s head at full forward, he kept winning them, and kept scoring, handing them off for scores or being fouled for frees. He would take five or six cleanly in the air in the first half.

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Jack Hazely kicks a point from close range

When Syl’s weren’t scoring in this manner, they looked like a rugby team, constantly carrying the ball to the half forward line, stretching the sparsely populated Lucan defence, before handing it off to John Coughlan, sitting like a rugby fly half, set up to kick drop-goals from behind the play, be fouled, or stretch the Lucan defence, desperate to block him.

From these two sources, Jack Hazley catching and Coughlan loitering, Syls racked up six of their 1-8 in the first half.

As you looked around the Lucan defence to contemplate the seemingly logical switch, to put a big man on Hazley at full back, you realised that you were looking at a particularly short defence. At least four seemed barely 5’9 and none appeared to be even six feet tall. Against what I’d guess at a 6’5 Hazley, towering more than a full head above his man, it appeared to be a tactical problem.

However, as the game developed, it became apparent that the height difference was a secondary, not primary, issue.

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Syls’ pyramid, heavy at the back

By the time Paul Casey, wearing number 15, could be seen sitting as a spare man in front of his defence, completely altering the tactical dynamics, the game began to change significantly.  Throughout the second half and extra time, only one Syl’s score would come from this direct route” to Hazley. The game was set to swing.

Even before Lucan had restructured their defence, the flip side of a forward, with a forward’s mentality, roaming the middle third, was exposed. Number 4, Ciarán Smith, with Sweeney oblivious to his position, ghosted into space and set up Stephen O’Shaughnessy for a one-on-one chance. However, Michael Shiels advanced superbly on and touched the shot onto the post to deny Lucan the chance to instantly wake from their bad dream, trailing 1-4 to 0-1 at the time.


Lucan began to create chances

Lucan began to create chances

With Lucan restructured, three of their points would illustrate both a textbook statistical pattern that just keeps on giving, as well as the key duel at the opposite end.

With their tactics restructured, certainly two, and I think three Lucan points in a row came from the same source which our Zonal Kick-out Analysis, shows time and time to be a loser. Kick-outs to the full back line hit more that 9.5 seconds after the ball goes dead/which don’t breach the Killer Quarter quickly.

At least two of Lucan’s second, third and fourth points fitted this pattern, as the slow Syl’s kick allowed Lucan to get men behind the ball and counter efficiently. To be fair, a fourth, with Sexton key, ended up with a Syl’s point at the far end.

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These Lucan scores would illustrate the key battle at this end of the field as Tommy Brennan, 39 this year but looking barely half his age in all regards, went head to head with Sylvester’s full back. In an epic man-marking battle in the first half, Brennan won four from the eight balls put in front of him.

However, from the four he won, he manoeuvred a point attempt for himself or other, or a free on each occasion, with three resulting in points.

As Lucan got a foothold on the game, they went from trailing by 1-5 to a point, shortly after the quarter mark, to 1-8 to 0-5 at half time.

Just as Sweeney’s influence was key in the first half, the introduction of Declan O’Shaughnessy for Lucan at half time, was equally key. Taking the place of a forward but roaming the middle third, his runs, and with the new space created in the forward line, saw Lucan create two goal scoring opportunities in the opening minutes of the second half. However, they had to settle for two points, narrowing the gap to four.

With Emmet O’Congaile at midfield, Caolmhan O’Congaile at wing back, Darren Given at wing forward and the aforementioned Declan O’shaughnessy coming to the fore with ball carrying, and Stephen O’Shaughnessy controlling affairsfrom centre forward, Lucan began to look the more threatening.

However, the four point margin would remain until the final minutes, when Declan O’Shaughnessy cut inside his man in the box and bought a penalty, he may technically have deserved, going to ground when a Syl’s defender made unnecessary and risky contact on his stomach, in a crowded box.

Brendan Gallagher dispatched it, before an even more needless free concession gave Lucan what had earlier seemed an unlikely chance to equalise. Given must have thought it was Christmas as he bent down on a ball in a crowded area, forty yards from goal, only for a Syl’s man to try to boot the ball away and gift the free.

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Gallagher dispatched inside the corner

On a dirty night, forty yards out, the free would be a nightmare for somebody with nerves made of anything less than steel. However, Brennan nailed it with a technically perfectly curling strike that was going over as soon as it left his left boot.

Extra time would ensue.

After an initial goal chance for Lucan in extra-time, and an early point each being traded, things would come to look ominous for the Liffey-siders. As Lucan were forced to bring back on the likes of 35 (or so) year old Stephen O’Shaughnessy, Syl’s had number twenty somethings popping up left right and centre, making for a team that looked only partially recognisable from the one which originally took the field.

It was perfectly clear before half time in extra time, that Lucan simply weren’t going to have the legs to keep with a Sylvester’s side that now looked like how you’d expect to see Jim Gavin’s Dublin run riot in the last fifteen minutes of a Leinster Championship match.

A Brennan goal chance, trailing by a point, just before half time of extra time, would transpire to have represent their last chance.

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Ross Hazley dominated in the air

The only thing which might have saved Lucan would have been kick-out dominance. However, despite conceding an inch or two on his opposite number, a key feature of the evening would put the nail in Lucan’s coffin. Ross Hazley would continue his massive aerial display and the Malahide men would completely dominate kick-outs for the last ten minutes.

This would serve as the platform for three more unanswered points as Syl’s ran out 1-16 to 1-12 winners, putting them back in the quarter finals for the first time in four seasons.

St Sylvester’s Michael Shiels, Colm McIntyre, Conor Quinn, John Peakock, Andrew Cunningham, Gavin McArdle, Brian Sexton, Ross Hazley, Dylan Connolly, Glen Hazley, John Coughlan, Ronan Palmer, Edmund Walsh, Jack Hazley, Gary Sweeney. Subs Shane Doyle, Conor Ryan, Conor Meaney, Alan Foy, Fionn Carney

Lucan Sarsfield’s Philip Greene, Owen Ennis, Daniel Gallagher, Ciarán Smith, Dermot Gallagher, Seán Cleary, Caolmhan O’Congaile, Keith Moran, Emmet O’Congaile, Daren Given, Stephen O’Shaughnessy, Seán Newcombe, Tommy Brennan, Brendan Gallagher, Paul Casey. Subs Declan O’Shaughnessy, Jack Carey, John McCormack.

Scorers:  Sylvester’s Edmund Walsh 0-4 (1 free, 1 “45”), Dylan Connolly 0-3 (3 frees), Glen Hazley 1-0, Jack Hazley 0-2, Shane Doyle 0-1, Andrew Cunningham 0-1, Ros Hazley 0-1, John Coughlan 0-1, Ronan Palmer 0-1, Conor Meaney 0-1, Alan Foy 0-1 Lucan Tommy Brennan 0-6 (3 frees), Brendan Gallagher 1-3 (1 peno, 1 free), Philip Greene 0-1 (1 “45”), Emmet O’Congaile 0-1, Darrn Given 0-1

By Stephen O’Meara, with photos by Liz Forde

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