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U12 and U14 teams play Mount Sion of Waterford

U12 and U14 teams play Mount Sion of Waterford

Last Sunday morning the U12 and U14 hurling squads played challenge games against Mount Sion (Anthony Cooney’s home club) in Waterford and then went to Walsh Park to see Dublin beat Waterford in the National Hurling League. The U12s played a modified 10 a side game "in the cage" on their small all-weather pitch while the U14s played full pitch against a strong Mount Sion team. While Mount Sion got the upper hand in both games their was some great skill and determination on display from the almost 40 Sylvester's hurlers who travelled down.

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Seniors good win at Raheny

AFL1 Raheny 1-11 St Sylvesters 2-12 Good win, really should have been more comprehensive but happy enough to get our first win over Raheny in three years. We started slowly going behind by three points before Palmer made a burst at the Raheny defence and Ross finished the move to the net. That picked us up and we maintained parity for a long while, Gary Sweeney in particular, Niall and Conor Meaney all contributing well. Mid second half and down to 14, Sweeney gave us a glimpse of his old self with a wonderful carry, beating four defenders and finishing a great goal. New boy Ed Walsh took over with a great display of point scoring, left and right, inside and outside, great to watch.

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Minor Hurlers off the mark at Raheny

MHL2 Raheny 1-06 St Sylvesters 4-18 Comprehensive scoreline as the minors recovered from a late defeat two weeks ago to take their first win of the season. To be fair, Raheny played some excellent hurling and watching (half watching as the senior football was on the adjacent field) from the sideline it was not obvious that we were so far ahead. We did have Cooney and McLoughney back in the team and they gave us more pwoer than two weeks ago but Sean Graham and Luke Hughes were on fire also, defensively Liam was excellent in goal while Ciaran Murphy, Philip, and Mikey were also in good form.

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Good Run for Motor Neuroen Disease

Good Run for Motor Neuroen Disease

Olivia Sexton is organising a charity fun run in St Anne’s Park, Raheny on Good Friday 25th March. This is the second year that the run has taken place with the proceeds going towards the fight against motor neurone disease. Last year was a great success raising over €11,500. It’s a great family event with the choice of either a 2.5km or 5km depending on how adventurous people are feeling! Registrations (or donations) can be made by logging on to www.thegoodrunireland.com<http://www.thegoodrunireland.com> .

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U16 Footballers Going Well After Weekend Win

The U16A footballers recorded an impressive win over Oliver Plunkett's last Saturday in Broomfield. Plunkett's were on a roll coming into the match having won their first three. Playing with the wind in the first half, a Stephen Lowe goal and points from Brian Murray and Gavin Hydes saw us up by 4 points at the break. Within minutes of the restart Plunkett's bagged 1-2 to lead and there was a real danger that they might kick on from there. However to their great credit the lads dug in and steadied things and a David McCormack penalty pushed us back in front

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Sylvester’s Under 9 Boys Cheer Dubs to Double Victory Over Cork in Croke Park

Sylvester’s Under 9 Boys Cheer Dubs to Double Victory Over Cork in Croke Park

On Saturday evening last – 5th March – a group of over 80 children and parents from the Under 9 Boys gathered in the Lower Cusack Stand in Croke Park to support the Dublin hurlers and footballers. This group of supporters made an immediate impact as the Dubs recorded an easy victory over Dublin in the hurling and the footballers staged an almighty comeback in the second half to win by four points.

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Mentors and Coaches for juvenile teams

We have a couple of juvenile teams needing coaching support, two of about eighteen, and Paddy Miskelly would love to talk to any ex or current players or mentors who might be available to lend some support. It is great fun and you would be surprised how much enjoyment and satisfaction you can get from coaching and being involved so don't dismiss the idea, have a chat with Paddy or Fergal - patrick.miskelly@mdlz.com. Donal Hayes, Derek Morris, Declan McGrath, Collie Byrne are some of the lads who have stepped up lately and their help and expertise is really appreciated by the young players.

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Syls Golf Outings 2016

Syls Golf Outings 2016

We'd be delighted to encourage new members to join in the fun. The society is the official Sylvesters Club Society. So come out on April 9th to Beaverstown and support your Club's Golf Society Albert Baker Society Captain 2016

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U14 girls 5k walk/run in Malahide Castle

U14 girls 5k walk/run in Malahide Castle

Sixteen of Sylvester’s under-14 girls completed a 5k sponsored run in Malahide Castle on Sunday morning March 6th. Thanks to their efforts the girls raised a considerable sum of money to help fund their trip to Féile 2016. Thanks also to their generous sponsors and to the intrepid parents/guardians (and the two dogs) who joined in on the run/walk.

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Junior B hurlers win at Drimnagh Castle

Danny and Jim took their charges to the southside for a great start to the new season.. It is a great achievement to have developed a third adult hurling team last year and it will stand to us as we progress to regaining and sustaining our senior hurling status so hats off to Danny and Jim and their players. AHL 8 --Drimnagh Castle -- Sunday 6th March 2016, 3:00 p.m. throw-in St Sylvesters 2-13 While I'm at it I must give great credit to Realt Dearg, a new club fielding teams in AHL6, AHL8 and AHL9. I have no doubt they will be a force in Dublin Hurling over time and I wish them well, I love what they are doing.

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Know your Sport 2016 Fundraiser

Know your Sport 2016 Fundraiser

The purpose is to raise as much as possible for 2016 referee & team running expenses. Each team keeps 80% of what they sell, the balance goes to fund the prizes.I'd like to thank Ciaran Reilly from the U9's & Custodian Consultancy who very kindly sponsored the design & printing of the cards.Also John Maughan has foolishly offered to do the scoring system for us, many thanks John.

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Syls Ladies Sharpshooters

This Sunday Dublin travel north to Drumragh GFC to take on Tyrone in the 5th round of the Lidl NFL. Throw in time is pencilled down for 2pm. Dublin to date have recorded NFL victories over Kerry, Monaghan and Cork while their one defeat came at the hands of league table toppers Mayo. Sunday's opposition Tyrone have struggled in this year's NFL having endured four hefty defeats at the hands of Armagh, Cork, Galway and Monaghan.

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U15 girls win at Isles

​U15 girls got off to great start in division 2 with a win ( 6-4 to 4-2 ) over Erins isle in Finglas. We led for most of match with Isles drawing level mid way through the 2nd half but the girls fitness shone through as they dug deep in last 15 minutes to secure the points . Next up is Skerries at home on Saturday.

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Football Champpionship Draws

Senior v UCD, interesting draw, they had a good run in the Sigerson, will they bring the same to the Dublin C'ship. Inters v Finbars, I don't know how they have been doing Junior A v Templeogue SS, sounds tough against their 2nd team , and Junior B team in the C Champiopnship v Portabello, again sounds tough

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Senior Hurling B Championship

Tough group for Syls in SHC B - Marnóg, Finbars, Vincents, Boden, Crokes - also competing in Junior C and Junior F

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Dublin Ladies overcome Cork in the League

Dublin Ladies overcome Cork in the League

LIDL LADIES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION ONE DUBLIN 3-10 CORK 1-13 By Daire Walsh Second-half goals from Amy Ring and Carla Rowe were crucial at Parnell Park on Sunday afternoon, when Dublin secured a hard-earned victory over defending champions Cork in Division One of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.

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Disappointing start for Senior Footballers

AFL1 I St Sylvesters 0-13 St Vincents 4-13, We gave up two goals early on and Michael Shiels made a few great point blank saves to keep the score down. We did make chances at the other end but, while Gary and Michael were keeping the points ticking over they both missed real goal opportunities in the first half. After the break we gave up another couple of goals and again missed quite a few scorable opportunities.

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U8 football field 6 teams across 2 locations

U8 football field 6 teams across 2 locations

Huge congratulations to the 2008 squad who fielded 6 teams on Saturday morning at home vs Castleknock and away vs Skerries Harps. Both blue and green squads enjoyed great success across all their matches. Our thanks to Panner and Michael McCarthy for coming to training on Thursday and running through some drills with our squad. Roll on next week!

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U14 girls off to a flying start

Under 14 ladies had a great start to this seasons league with their first game against O'Toole's, on sunday in division 2 beating them by 12-9 to 4-2. There was great performances all round and some great scores from the forwards. It was a physical but fair battle with fantastic support.

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Minors hurlers field two teams - just pipped in both

MHL2 St Sylvesters 0-12 Fingallians 2-09 A goal fives minutes into over time was unfortunate from our perspective as we had spent the wh.. A great display byole second half fighting our way to draw level only to lose out tat the death. A great display with a very understrength team against a pretty decent looking Fingallians with lots of good hurlers.For the firat time ever we fielded a second Minor hurling team but they jsut lost out by two points to Castlenock

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U10s at Gormanstown Indoor Hurling 2016

U10s at Gormanstown Indoor Hurling 2016

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.

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The best of the best in Ladies Football

The best of the best in Ladies Football

Great opportunity to see the very best of Ladies Football in Parnell Park on Sunday at 2.00pm. Only €5 for adults and free for U16s. Sinead Ahern, Niamh McEvoy and Nicole Owens all start for Dublin in the match of the year so far when they play Cork in a replay of last year's All Ireland Final at Parnell Park, Sunday, 2pm. Great opportunity to see the best in Ladies Football.

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Good news on the double for Syls ladies

Good news on the double for Syls ladies

Niamh McEvoy has been honoured with a replacement call up for the 7th TG4 All Stars tour to San Diego. She will join Sinead Aherne, who earned an All Star Award in 2014. The 2014 and 2015 teams will play an exhibition game in San Diego and this will be the highpoint of the eight day trip. Activities will include visits to local schools and a series of coaching sessions. Side Note - I really thought Niamh's display in the All Ireland Final deserved an All Star award - it was a great display of Gaelic Football from a great player.

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Dublin star Noelle Healy’s work proves best medicine for final woes

I don't often grab content from other websites but this one is pretty cool. This article appeared in the Irish Examiner, Friday 26th of February - Author Jackie Cahill Dublin star Noelle Healy is serious about her football but her work at the Mater Hospital helps to keep sport in perspective. Gruelling 12-hour shifts are the norm for Healy, who qualified as a doctor last year.Sport provides a release from her hectic professional life and while defeats are hard to take, Healy knows not to linger on such losses.

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Some announcements from Syls

16 Membership - Last chance for €20 voucher. Thank you to those members who have already renewed their membership for 2016 - it is much appreciated. For those who have not yet done so, please note that the €20 Early Payment Voucher incentive finishes this Monday 29th Feb. Membership Application Forms and Payment can be made online here or by downloading a form from www.stsylvesters.ie

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Mixed results on a busy weekend

The Inter Hurlers had an impressive 11 point win over Na Fianna in the Corn Ceitean while the Inter Footballers lost by a single point to Fingallians in the Loving Cup. Junior hurlers ;lost by a couple of goals to Kevins in Corn Fág a Bealach, Junior As drew with Erins Isles in the Conlon Cup and the 4ths continued their good form from last season with a 2 point win over Pats Donabate in the Murphy Cup. Our Minor A Footballers were unlucky to lose by a point to Vincents in D2 League but our second minor team had a win over Whitehall.

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 U10 St.Sylvester's Vs. St.Finian's, Swords

U10 St.Sylvester's Vs. St.Finian's, Swords

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.

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U8s hurling at Whitehall and O'Tooles

U8s hurling at Whitehall and O'Tooles

The U8s fielded two teams on Saturday morning and, in Miriam's words, the hurling bug has bitten with this group. Well done lads, and thanks to Miriam Mead for sharing, we will watch these lads with interest and hopefully turn up in Bridgefield regularly to support them.

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