Na Siúltóiri Schedule Jan-Mar

Na Siúltóiri Schedule Jan-Mar here


Congratulations to club PRO Sinead O'Dea (Ryan) and husband Derek on the birth of their first child Tomas, weighing a hearty 9lbs 4oz, on Saturday.

U21 Football Championship Finals

Hard luck to both both our U21 football teams who suffered defeat in their respective Championship finals on Saturday. Both had great runs to reach the finals but unfortunately couldn't secure victories. Scores and reports below.

Our U21A's fell to Na Fianna by 0-09 to 2-11 report here

Our U21B's fell to St.Margarets by 0-12 to 1-13 report here


Xmas Trees for Sale in the Club carpark

Tony Keady Committee raises over €14k

Tony Keady Committee: L-R: Tom Durkin, Eithne McGarry, Ned Slattery, Anna O'Connor, Pat Kenny, Michael Spain, (missing Mike Glynn).

Raffle results: 

1st Prize:    Mr. Martin Lowry, Rathfarnham, Dublin.

2nd Prize:   Ms. Catriona Good, Rathmines, Dublin.

3rd Prize:   Mr. Sean Scanlan, Annacotty, Limerick.


Bill Sheehan & Sons Rathdown Sponsorsing Pool & Darts for 25 Years

L-R : Michael Scully, Roger Healey Chairman of the Pool & Darts Committee, Michael Sheehan, Bill Sheehan & Sons Rathdown, Danny Griffin Sponsorship Manager, Ciaran Maguire Club Chairman

All-Ireland Cups came to Boden

Mick Bohan (Dublin Ladies Football Manager), Sorcha Farrelly, Emily Flanagan, Rachel Ruddy and Colm Basquel with the Brendan Martin and Sam Maguire Cups

AIG Insurance Offer

AIG Ireland are offering Ballyboden club members the chance to win some cash for the club.

All you need to do is fill in the flyers that are in the clubhouse with your contact details allowing AIG to call you when your home insurance is due for renewal. There is a special discount associated with Ballyboden St Enda's & anyone who takes out a policy will also get a €30 One4all gift voucher. There is NO OBLIGATION to accept the quote. Ballyboden St Enda's will receive €25 for every policy that is taken out over the next 12 months.

U21 A Championship Final


Boden lose out narrowly in thrilling contest. Click here for a report from Wordsworth

Minor A League Final success for Boden. Click here to read Le Fear Bog's report

GAA Healthy Clubs - Ballyboden St. Enda’s

What is GAA Healthy Clubs?

The Healthy Club project is a GAA initiative, backed by Irish Life and Healthy Ireland, and is focused on improving the health of the nation. The GAA, which reaches into every community on the island of Ireland, has always had a significant role to play in the health of the nation through its promotion of Gaelic Games. The association’s Healthy Club project brings a new dimension to this work. The initiative capitalises on the key role played by GAA clubs in local communities and empowers clubs, like Ballyboden St. Endas, to deliver health and wellbeing information and programmes directly to their members and to the wider communities that they serve.

A number of clubs around the country have already signed up to the initiative and Ballyboden St. Endas plans to apply to the GAA in early 2018 to be included in the next phase of the project. The project encompasses programmes in relation to physical activity, healthy eating, emotional wellbeing, drug, alcohol and gambling addiction, youth and community development and activities for older members of the community. While many of these are already incorporated into the activities of the club we plan, through our involvement in the Healthy Club project, to create a more formal structure around these important issues for our members and the wider community.

What is Ballyboden St Enda’s involvement?

The club has recently appointed a Health and Wellbeing Officer (HWO). A small project team has also been formed and they have already met with other clubs who are further along the Healthy Club journey. In early 2018 the Project Team will submit an application to be officially included in the next phase of the Healthy Clubs project and should we be successful funding will be available to us to support the delivery of a range of initiatives.

What’s next?

Our next step is to formulate an action plan and identify a number of events to roll out in 2018. If you feel you have skills or expertise to offer to this project or have any suggestions in relation to issues to be included as part of the project we would be delighted to hear from you.  

Ballyboden Health and Wellbeing Committee

Maretta Byrne, Health and Wellbeing Officer (HWO)
Shay Devlin
Nuala Dundon

Mobile: 087 630 7139 Email: marettabyrne@gmail.com


Crumlin Christmas Toy Appeal

All Star for Bodens Rachel Ruddy

Congratulations to All Ireland winner Rachel Ruddy who picked up a second TG4 Ladies Football All-Star Award at the LGFA awards in Citywest on Saturday night. It caps a fantastic year for Rachel and needless to say we're delighted for her. Congrats also to her 5 fellow Dubs and all the other All-Star winners.

Daniels Voyage

There was a fresh snap in the air as we gathered for our Daniels Voyage sponsored spin fundraiser. Starting at 10am in Supervalu Firhouse, the participants arrived and were not long in getting warmed up. Each volunteer met  their 15 minute slot with great gutso. The banter was rolling, some even volunteering an extra shift. The buckets were fast filling up, we can't thank the generous public enough. 

Daniel and his family came along to lend their support. There were a few tired legs but that certainly gave us a boost. The Tighes are an inspiration for all and it was a pleasure to have them there. Ballyboden St Endas were well represented by all, a credit to this great family club. The day flew by such was the involvement of everyone. The public were stopping and asking questions and we were delighted to raise awareness for Daniels Voyage. 5pm came around before we knew it, our day had come to an end. Myself and Tracey would like to thank the huge support Daniels Voyage got from Ballyboden St Endas. A big thank you to Peter Thornton from Supervalu Firhouse for allowing us to stage our spin fundraiser. 
If anyone has a sponsor card to return, you can contact myself for collection. 
Agus aris, go raibh mile maith agaibh. 
Martin & Tracey O Donnell. 

Ballyboden St Endas Archive

The Club is setting up an archive with a view to collecting, in the first instance, any old photographs of Club members or teams, match reports, match programmes, videos of matches or any other documents or things relating to the Club. The archive will be organised and managed by Paddy Walsh, former chairman of the Club. If you, or any family members or friends, have any such material, or other memorabilia or paraphernalia or items of interest that you would like to donate to the Club, you may contact Paddy Walsh on 087/9794748 or by email at – paddywalshbbse@eircom.net. If you wish to retain any original photographs or documents, copies will be gratefully accepted. Once the archive is established, the intention would be to put material on public display on suitable occasions. Members may also be granted access to the archive.

Camogie Minor Div 1 Championship Final

Commiserations to our Minor Camogie team who were narrowly beaten by Faughs in Championship Final


Congratulations to Senior Footballer Cathal Flaherty and to Senior Hurlers Conal Keaney, Luke Corcoran, Shane Durkin and Simon Lambert on their nominations for the 2017 Dublin Bus/Herald Dubs Stars football and hurling shortlist.

See the full list here and here

U16 Footballers take the Division One Title.

Congrats and well done to our U16A Footballers and mentors on winning the Division One League title last weekend. A great end to a great year for the lads. Photo by Miriam Doyle.

U15C Footballers Shield D Winners.

Congrats and well done to our U15C Footballers, Shield D Winners. The boys had a great win over St Sylvesters B 3:11 to 3:06 in Bridgefield, Malahide. Many thanks to all who supported the lads and management team. Boden Abú!

U15B Footballers are 2017 Shield C Winners

Congratulations to our U15B on their great win over Ballyfermot DLS to claim the Shield C Football Title.Well done to the lads and Donal, Paul and Mark. Many thanks to all who travelled to support the team. 

Minor Football Managers 2018

The Football Committee would like to invite applications for the management positions of our Minor Football teams

Minor A - Minor B - Minor C

To apply for any of these roles, please email bodenmanagement2018@gmail.com  or text 085 1744795

Please specify which role you are interested in.

Closing date for applications is Friday 8th December 2017


AIG Dub Club Chronicles - @Bodengaa

Check out the latest episode of AIG's Dublin Club Chronicles featuring Ballyboden St.Enda's. We think you'll agree its fantastic.

You can view it through the link below on our Facebook page, please like and share!


U16 Division 1 Camogie Champions

Our Under 16 Ladies followed up their Football Division 1 Championship win last weekend with the Camogie Championship to do the double.

Read the match report of their win over Lucan here

Support from Glór na nGael

Tacaíocht ó Ghiór na nGael

Tá GLór na nGael ag tairiscint deontais do imeachtaí sa chlub. Cuid des na himeachtaí gur féidir maoiniú a fháil dóibh ná, ranganna, ócáidí sóisialta, oiliúint do thraenálaithe, ceardlanna, grupa tuistí agus leanaí. Cuirfear an maoiniú ar fail ar bhonn  2 euro do gach euro amháin a chuireann an club féin ar fail. Tá uasmhéid do 400 euro ar deontas a thabharfar d’aon chlub ar aon bhata amháin. Tuilleadh eolais ar fail ón gclub nó ar:

Bróisiúr Eolais: http://www.glornangael.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/FSMDrgb.pdf

Support from Glór na nGael

Glór na nGael are offering grants for projects and events in the club. Events which encourage the use of the Irish Language in the club will be eligible for support such as classes, social events, training or coaching workshops are some of the events that can qualify. The fund will provide two euro match funding for every one euro towards projects by the club. The maximum award made in any funding round will be 400 euro. Further information from the club or at:

Bróisiúr Eolais: http://www.glornangael.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/FSMDrgb.pdf

Coach Education Courses & Workshops

Over the next few months we are running a number of Coach Education Courses & Workshops in the club.
The following are the courses/workshops that are taking place;
  • Speed Development Workshop
  • Warm-Up Workshop
  • Hurling Workshop - The basics of Defending
  • First Aid Course
  • Foundation Award Course
  • Child Protection Course
  • Award One Youth/Adult Hurling/Camogie Course
  • Award One Youth/Adult Football/ Ladies Football Course

Please see the attached document which has all the details of these courses and how you can register.

Courses of particular note are the Award One Adult courses in Hurling/Football. Places are limited on these courses so pls register asap if attending.

Ensuring our coaches have the highest level of qualifications is a main focus of the club, so please make a special effort to attend/complete the courses that apply to your particular age group/team.

U13 Hurlers win Division One League.

Well Done to our U13 Hurlers on winning Division One League over the weekend. The boys are 6 points   clear at the top of the League table with 2 games in hand. To date they have an impressive 12 wins from 12 games. Well done lads. Boden Abú!

Club Shop Opening Times & Prices

  • The Sports Shop is open on Saturday mornings 10.00 to 12.00 and on Thursday nights from 8.00 to 9.00 pm.  
  • Download the pricelist HERE

U13 Footballers win the Lee Strand Shield Tournament.


Well done to our U13 footballers beating hosts Austin Stacks in the Shield final in Tralee on Sunday. For a report of the weekend's Tournament, see here


U10 Footballers win Laois Football Tournament.

Well done to our U10 footballers beating hosts Killeshin GAA in the Football Tournament final on Saturday in Co. Laois. Boden Abu! For a report on the day's proceedings, see here

Our U10 Hurlers had an epic Tournament in Clonmel.

Well done to our U10 boys on their great display of hurling in the St Mary's Tournament in Clonmel on Saturday. The boys were unlucky to be pipped in their group final by O' Loughlin Gaels. For a report on the day's proceedings, see here

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SPARC ingites in Sancta Maria

Eamon O’Reilly, proprietor of SPARC Ireland (Sports Physiotherapy & Athletic Rehabilitation) was welcomed to his new clinic in Sancta Maria last week by John Ryan, Chairman of Facilities group, Cormac Smyth, player representative on the club executive, Brian O’Regan, club Director of coaching and Ciarán Maguire, vice-chairman. Pic by Liam Cunningham.

Read more about SPARC and the role it will play in the Club going forward HERE

Juvenile Boys New Physiotherapy Procedure

The Executive Committee has confirmed Sparc Ireland Eamon O’Reilly (club member) as the new Physiotherapist for the club. His Practice, SPARC, is located opposite the gym in the grounds of Sancta Maria just off Ballyboden Way. Please be advised in the event of an injury to a player it is advisable to get the injury looked at medically before having any physiotherapy treatment.

Click here for full details

Security - Volunteers needed

The Club are looking for volunteers to ensure that the gates at our property at Sancta Maria College are locked after 10.pm or when the last car leaves the car park. It would greatly assist our Security personnel if the last car leaving our carpark would lock the gates after them. If you can assist please ring John Manley  086 2045789

Ciorcal Cainte

New Garda Vetting Forms

The new Garda Vetting forms and guidelines can all be downloaded from our forms page. Please click here.