Naomh BarrÓg Club Notes 02-September-2014 2014-09-02 12:21:00

Important Notices

  • The RTE radio Programme Céilí House will be broadcast live from Naomh Barróg this Saturday September 6th, the eve of the All-Ireland Hurling Final from 9pm. All welcome. Everyone to be there and seated before 8:30.
  • Places are filling up quick for Strictly Come Dancing. Get your name in as soon as possible. It will take place on Saturday the 29th of November. Let Tony (0877729492) know if interested in competing.
  • We are getting a second chance to win the Toyota Sponsorship of €5,000. It is very easy. All you have to do is book a test drive with Denis Mahony and tell them you are with Naomh Barróg. We have until November so loads of time to book your test drive. Let Tony (0877729492) know if and when you have booked your test drive.
  • Mentors’ meeting is back this Wednesday at 9pm. This is an important club meeting. Every team should be represented.


  • Live music from Smoking Mojo on Saturday the 13th.

Match Reports

  • Hard luck to the Senior Hurlers who were knocked out of the championship by Naomh Fionnbarra on Saturday.
  • Hard luck to the U12 Hurlers in the Division 1 Camaint Shield Semi-Final in Parnell Park on Saturday. The boys played very well but were unlucky to lose to the eventual winners Faughs by a point.
  • Great return to the U8 Hurling league on Saturday with a superb display against Na Fianna. In particular, outstanding performances and great attitude came from Zak Bouanimba, Charlie O’Mahony and Ciaran Boland.
  • U10s played Castlefinn from Donegal in Pairc Barróg on Sunday morning. It was a great sporting and social event. Barróg won 2 and lost 1 match.

Other News

  • Well done to Aaron O’Mahony, Conor Forbes and Josh Flood who refereed the finals of the camaint in Parnell Park.
  • Well done to Laughil Blake who has progressed to the Semi-Final of the Irish Greyhound Derby. Laughil Blake is now strong favourite to win the competition and to win Barróg 5,000 euro.
  • Hard luck to Laura McGinley and the U16 ladies football team who lost out in the All-Ireland Final to Cork. She did the club and her county very proud.
  • Well done to Jason Moriarty, Josh Rooney and Jason Byrne who represented Dublin in the U15 Michael Foley Hurling tournament in Wexford 



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