Geraldines P. Moran

Founded 1886

Co. Dublin

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It was a busy weekend of Camogie with our U8s, U9s and U10s all in action.

Our U8s Girls played their first Camogie game on Sunday in Cornelscourt against Ballinteer St. Johns. There were great displays from all on the day!

Our U9s Girls had a great morning of camogie on Sunday also against Ballinteer St John’s.

While our U10s Girls Camogie side played against Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday in Benildus College. Our girls emptied the tank and gave a really solid performance over the hour.

On Saturday morning in a sunny Cornelscourt, our U9s Boys' played Hurling matches against St. Kevin's HC.

Both sets of players played really well and demonstrated some strong skills.

Our U16s Boys footballers played in tough windy conditions away against St Patrick's Donabate on Saturday afternoon. Well done to the lads who were victorious thanks to a last minute point.

Our U14 Boys footballers had a wonderful win over Erin’s Isle on Saturday, well done to the lads and their coaches.

They now face St. Maurs on Thursday in Cornelscourt at 7pm. All support welcome.

The Adult Ladies got their season off to the perfect start with a narrow win over St. Brendans on Monday night.

They won on a scoreline of 2-04 to 0-09. A great start for them, well done to Darren, Dec and the team.

There were wins for both our Adult Men’s Football team in the last week.

Our Intermediate side continued their good start to Division 4 with a win over St. Marks on Saturday night.

While the Junior team beat Croi Ro Naofa on Monday night.

Well done to Jack Purcell and Luke Mason on making their Adult debuts for the club.

Last Thursday, the club was delighted to have access to the Sam Maguire Cup.

‘Sam’ was brought around the local schools and a number of local businesses who support our club.

Here is a photo of our U8s Girls last week before their training session with the Sam Maguire cup.

The club also brought the cup last week to a number of our older members and supporters.

Longtime supporter of the club Fr Tom O’Keeffe, of St. Brigids Parish in Cabinteely, got to meet Sam Maguire for the very first time.

And as he said himself, it’s been a few years since a Corkman got his hands on the cup. Here he is pictured with our club chairman Ger Moffatt.

Best of luck to all teams in action over the next week.

Particularly to our Adult Ladies side who host neighbours Kilmacud Crokes on Wednesday night in their first League game.

While our U15s Girls are in Féile action this weekend, we wish them the best of luck out in Craobh Chiaráin this weekend.


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