Mini All Ireland Bonzana! Gers weekly round-up 🚨
Well done to all those who took part in our Mini All Ireland last Saturday!
A piper led the teams as they paraded around the ground at Cornelscourt and some fine skills were on display during the mini games.
It was a special day and we can't wait for the finale this Saturday! (Photos 1 & 2)
Our U12 Girls made the trip to Passage West in Cork to take part in a blitz.
Well done to the girls who represented the club so well and wore their club colours with pride. (Photo 3)
It's been great to see Gers boys and girls back representing their schools, especially those in St Brigids Boys and Girls schools and Guardian Angles.
They are all following in a long line of Gers players who have represented our adult teams to come from those schools.
Well done all.
Our U8 Camogie team, gave an exhibition of great skills on Sunday even after 3 hours of football the night before in our Mini All Ireland.
Well done to all 16 U8 camogie players who played against our neighbours Cabinteely on Sunday morning. (Photo 4)
Our U13s Boys Division 4 team had a great win over Erin's Isle in Cornelscourt on Saturday, with some great performances. (Photo 5)
Hard luck to both our Adult Men's football teams who lost their Championship games this weekend.
Our Intermediate team were beaten by a strong Parnells team. (Photo 6 - courtesy of Parnells GAA)
While the Nua lost to St Finian's Newcastle.
Best of luck to the Adult Hurlers who take on Kevin's on Sunday at 3pm in Ballyogan.
Hard luck aswell to our Adult Ladies team who lost narrowly to St Pats Donabate last night but they should be proud of the wonderful season they have had.
Well done to all the players and Darren & Dave.
It was a special week as we celebrated Austie's 70th anniversary as a member of our club.
We are looking forward to this Saturday's Mini All Ireland bonzana.
Come on the Gers #GersAbú💛🖤