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SENIOR FOOTBALLERS v BRIGIDS SAT NEXT AWAY (18.00)

SENIOR FOOTBALLERS V BRIGIDS  SAT NEXT AWAY (18.00)

Weekend Hurling Fixtures

  • Senior A Championship – BBSE V Faughs on Saturday at 4.45pm in O’ Toole Park
  • AHL 3 – St. Sylvester’s V BBSE Game OFF
  • AHL 4 – BBSE v St. Maur’s on Saturday at 5.00pm in Páirc Uí Mhurchú
  • AHL 5 – St. Vincent’s V BBSE on Sunday at 11.00am in Páirc Naomh Uinsíonn
  • Minor A Championship – Cuala V BBSE on Sunday at 11.00am in Shanganagh Park
  • Minor B Championship – Naomh Barróg V BBSE on Sunday at 11.00am in Páirc Barróg
  • Minor D Championship – Castleknock V BBSE on Sunday at 11.00am in Somerton Park

U15 Hurling Championship continues on Sunday.

Please support our U15 Hurlers as Championship continues this Sunday 24th September.

Our 'A's face rivals Kilmacud Crokes in the Semi Final of  'A' Championship in Cherryfield at the revised time of 12.15pm while our 'B' are away to Cuala in Thomastown, throw in at 11.30am. Our B's are playing the Quarter Final of the U15 Hurling C Shield.


Ladies football Senior Championship Final

Our senior ladies football team will line out on Sunday 1st October at 4pm against Cabinteeley Foxrock. The game takes place in Lawless Memorial park, Fingallians. There will be supporters buses leaving the club and further information on this will follow. It would be great to get as many people as possible out to support the girls.


Best of luck to the Dublin Ladies Football Team

Best of luck to Rachel Ruddy, Emily Flanagan, Sorcha Farrelly and all the Dublin ladies football team and management in the All ireland final on Sunday. The girls play Mayo in Croke park at 4pm. 


Follow your dreams and never give up!

Boden & Dublin Footballer Rachel Ruddy shares her story of triumph over adversity as Dublin aim to cross the line after three years of disappointment in Sunday’s All-Ireland Ladies Final. Read Rachel's interview with Emma Duffy here


Senior Camogie Championship

Our Senior Camogie A's lost to Vincents last Sunday - match report here.

They now travel to Judes for a crucial match this Sunday 24th. Throw in at Tymon Park is 11am, and a big support would be most welcome for the girls.


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

Dubs win Sam to make it 3 in a row

Congratulations to Michael Darragh Macaulay and the entire Dublin Senior Football panel and management in securing a magnificient 3 Sam Maguires in a row. In a pulsating game the Dubs just edged out a resiliant Mayo team by 1-17 to 1-16.


U16 Hurlers through to 'A' Championship Final .

Well done to our U16 Hurlers on their 'A' Championship Semi Final win over St Vincents today in Páirc Naomh Uinsionn, 1:11 to 1:08. Many thanks to all who travelled to Marino to cheer on our lads.


Ballyboden is presented with a defibrillator by Heartsafety Solutions.

Many thanks to Heartsafety Solutions for their very generous donation of a defibrillator. Pictured at the presentation are Dave Kiely U13 Mentor, Dave Greville of Heartsafety Solutions and Club Chairman Ciaran Maguire. A heart warming story of how the donation came to be can be read 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


Ballyboden Academies Return

For all the details on registering please Download brochure here


Pool & Darts Notice


Siúltóirí Schedules


                   Na Siúltóirí arrive at Russborough House (Brian Hunt)

New Schedule next week


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


Well done to Rachel, Sorcha & Dublin Ladies on their great win.

Well done to the Rachel, Sorcha and the Dublin Ladies on their emphatic win over Kerry in the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies SFC semi-final in Semple Stadium, Thurles on Saturday. Dublin booked their place in a fourth successive TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football final. Full time score: Dublin 5-10 Kerry 0-11. 


Conlon Cup Final

Congratulations to our Junior A footballers as the overcame Na Fianna by 0-10 to 0-08 to win the Conlon Cup final in PUM yesterday.

Pics by Sean Gilheaney, see more on our Facebook page here


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Senior Ladies Footballers Progress to County Final

Ballyboden Senior Ladies Footballers are through to their first county final since 2011.

Having come through Group B of the championship in second place, the girls faced Group A table toppers St. Sylvesters in Broomfield for Wednesday evenings semi final. On a poor evening weather wise the  girls played into a very strong wind in the opening half. Playing very controlled football we led three points to five after the opening ten minutes before rattling the Sylvesters net for one of three first half goals.

As the half time whistle sounded the girls led 3:06 to 0:08 at the interval. The second half was a cagier affair as Sylvesters pushed forward trying to score the goal, which they hoped would kick start their revival. However the Boden rearguard held firm and the girls ran out winners in the end 3:11 to 0:12. As the travelling support celebrated the our player’s thoughts turned to the 1st of September and a County Final appearance versus either Kilmacud Crokes or Foxrock Cabinteely 


Lotto Results 30/07/17

This was the last week in this lotto year. The Draw will start up again in late September, please watch the website for details.

Thank you for playing.


Official Re–Opening of Páirc Uí Mhurchú

What a day!

The Official Re–Opening of Páirc Uí Mhurchú was a huge success, we had the fun filled but competitive Poc Fada competition in the morning, a fantastic Hurling Challenge V Dicksboro of Kilkenny in the afternoon followed by the official opening performed by Chairman of the Leinster Council Jim Bolger. Then it was our Senior footballers AFL1 match V Ballymun in the evening. There was food, drink, ice cream and (mostly) fine weather all enjoyed by an enthusiastic Boden crowd. The night ended with the Poc Fada results and prize giving and the draw for the Helicopter Trip to Croker for the All Ireland. Many thanks to all those behind the scenes who made the day such a great success and our great club photographers who recorded the day with brilliant photos, more of which can be found on our Facebook page.

 


U12 Hurlers Win 2017 Féile Iomána

Well done to our juvenile Hurlers on winning the U12 Feile Iomana. For a report on the day's proceedings see here. For more photos, see here.


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 Message from Club Chairperson

As we begin 2017's activities at Sancta Maria and Ballycullen we are looking for some extra volunteers to help with security. Let us not forget that theives are always on the lookout for an opportunity to steal your property so we MUST REMAIN VIGILANT.

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 noelpsheridan@yahoo.co.uk, 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


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.