SENIOR FOOTBALLERS v BRIGIDS SAT NEXT AWAY (18.00)
SENIOR FOOTBALLERS V BRIGIDS SAT NEXT AWAY (18.00)
Bereavement - Byrne
Our condolences go out to former club hurler Michael, former club footballer Gerald (Gerry), their mother Sheila and their sister Katherine on the passing of their father John Thomas Byrne. Funeral details here
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam
U16A Ladies Football Championship Winners!
Congratulations to the U16A ladies football team who won the championship in style against Kilmacud Crokes on a scoreline of 3-11 to 1-4
Full match report here http://www.bodengaa.ie/home/ladies_football.506.ladiesfootball.html
Huge congratulations to our U15 Hurlers, 2016 'A' U15 County Champions and Divison One League Winners.
Photos courtesy of Miriam Doyle.
Well done to our U15 Hurlers, Dublin County Champions, and Brian and Brendan on another great win, beating St Vincent's in the Division One League Final last Sunday on the Prunty pitch. Many thanks to all who came out to support the team. Boden Abú!
Night at the dogs - Tickets on sale this Saturday 22nd October
As well as being available from your section contacts below tickets will also be on sale EVERY Saturday commencing 22nd October in the club house from 12 noon to 2.30pm
Please support this important initiative
|Adult Hurling||John Small||087 2203585|
|Camogie||James Murray||087 1251630|
|Ladies Football||Kieran Rudden||087 2431172|
|Juvenile boys||Jerry Corcoran||087 9584490|
Tickets for the 2016 main club fundraising event are available behind the bar or from your section contact above
U13A Camogie Champions!
Congratulations to U13As who defeated Naomh Jude in U13A Championship final.
Commiserations to U13Bs who were narrowly beaten by Naomh Bríd in their final
Girls 2017 Feile fundraising events
Click here for details of October and November events to support the girls 2017 feile
Tickets for disco on sale in clubhouse every Tuesday and Thursday 6pm - 7.30pm commencing from Tuesday 11th October
Cruinn - Summer Camp Sponsorship
Thanks once again to Jack Nolan of Cruinn Diagnostics for their generous sponsorship of Ballyboden's Summer Camp 2016.
L-R Paul Mc Loughlin, Brendan Moran Club Chairman, Jack Nolan Managing Director Cruinn Diagnostics, Danny Griffin sponsorship manager, Brian O' Regan.
Front Ciara Griffin,Cathal Mc Clane, Karrie Rudden and Colin Duffy.
Junior A's progress to play off final
Congrats to our Junior A footballers who progressed to the AFL5 promotion play off final after a great win over Templeogue Synge Street by 2-12 to 2-09. Report by Noel Madden here. Elsewhere it was heartbreak for our Minor A footballers as they exited the Championship after a defeat to Clontarf by 0-10 to 1-06. Hard luck lads.
In my own words - film update
Last year in St Colmcilles Community School Ballyboden St Enda's members Aoife Durkin & Karl Reddy along with friends created a short film ' In My Own Words'
They have been fortunate to have been invited to Chicago to the International Children’s Film Festival and are trying to fundraise for their trip. Here is the link is to their 'Go Fund Me' page where they hope to reach the goal of €7000. https://www.gofundme.com/get- us-to-chicago-film-festival- 2tznet8v
Boden Calendar 2017
The 2017 Ballyboden St Enda's calendar is back. We would members to submit photos for consideration by 28th October. The photos need to be high resolution (at least 1mb in size) and need to have the name of the team and/or people in the photo. They don't all have to be of teams either, just club related in some way. Thanks.
Please email Sinéad Ryan email@example.com or
Neil Buckingham firstname.lastname@example.org
Promised Land in Sight for Minor C team
The Minor C hurlers are nearing the Promised land according to The Limrick Layder. Click here to read his insightful report on the march of the Minor C team to the Promised Land
Ladies U13 - Cup finals for both A and B teams
Well done to our U13A ladies footballers who beat Foxrock Cabinteely in dramatic fashion on Saturday 15th October after extra time. Hard luck to the U13B footballers who lost out in gallant fashion to a strong Fingallians side - full reportshere http://www.bodengaa.ie/home/ladies_football.506.ladiesfootball.html
Ballyboden St Enda’s Major Fundraising Event
Ballyboden St Enda’s Major Fundraising Event
Shelbourne Park Dog Race Night
Friday 4th November 2016
As you are all aware, the club has made in recent months a substantial investment with the development of Pairc Ui Murchu and a new gymnasium facility in Sancta Maria. The overall cost for both of these projects will be in excess of €300,000. It is important to understand that these investments were not made just for the benefit of the current adult teams, but more importantly for the betterment & development of future generations of Ballyboden St Enda’s players both boys and girls.
The Club’s Executive sanctioned these developments, for the reasons stated above, but also knowing that it will be necessary to recover the costs incurred through fundraising activities for years to come.
With this objective in mind, the Club is holding it’s major fundraising event for 2016 in Shelbourne Park on Friday 4th November . The details of this event will be published on the website and also through posters and leaflets that will be distributed to all teams and parents of juvenile teams.
Quite apart from the fundraising event itself, a night out in Shelbourne Park is always an enjoyable and exciting occasion and well worth the asking price.
So I would ask every member and supporter of our Club to take note of this date in your diary and to give your support for our worthy cause.
Lotto Results 23/10/16
Knocklyon Parish Camogie Sponsorship
Thanks once again to Fr.Paddy and Knocklyon Parish for their continued support of the Camogie section. Pictured below at the sponsorship launch were Laura Nagle, Eimear Lucey, Hanna Hyland, Richie Sweetman, Fr Paddy, James Murray, Danny Griffin Sponsorship manager, Sarah Nagle, front Millie Larkin and Ciara Griffin.
October-December walking schedule
October-December walking schedule here
All, I'm delighted to report that the reconstruction of PUM is now complete (see attached pic) Certainly all those Novenas' paid off as the weather was very kind to us especially over the last two weeks. I'd like to pay a special thanks to all who worked extremely hard to make this happen within a tight time frame. Our principle contractor DarGolf together with consultant Richard Hayden worked many a long evening with Frank Moran and myself to ensure all aspects of project was professionally delivered. The attention to detail by both was exemplary. Also two other key contractors, ACE Fencing and Connacht Sportsnets worked within very specific deadlines to deliver a very high standard of finish on both boundary fence and netting.
However I cannot let this opportunity pass without mentioning the excellent goodwill and support from our neighbors both in Westbourne and Cremorne. Without their full support this project could not have happened and the club will be forever grateful. On behalf of all Ballyboden St Enda;s and the wider community can I say a big 'Thank You'.
Finally its now up to all our members to respect this very valuable resource. With seeding now complete we would hope to re-open pitch early summer. However its critical to allow growth to fully develop over next few months undisturbed. Please be vigilant and prevent anyone from accessing the pitch even to collect a ball. It will be to all our benefit in the long term.
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Na Siúltóiri Schedule July-Oct 2016
Na Siúltóirí Buadáin on their wonderful trip to West Cork - seen here in Glengariff.
Click HERE to see the July-October 2016 schedule.
Security - Volunteers needed
Juvenile Boys Injury Claims Procedure
New Garda Vetting Forms
The new Garda Vetting forms and guidelines can all be downloaded from our forms page. Please click here.
Security Message from Club Chairperson
Measures are being implemented that will improve Security policies for Training and Match day events. However on specific occasions at Pairc Ui Mhurchu where social or other events are taking place, we do need volunteers to patrol the car park area. If sufficient people volunteer for this work, it is envisaged that they would only be called upon twice a year [max] for such security. Training & security detail will be provided as part of this programme. Could people advise our General Manager, Noel Sheridan at 087 2933829 or email email@example.com, if you wish to become a volunteer. In this regard, as Chairman, I have put my own name forward as a volunteer.
Brendan Moran, Club Chairperson