Ruislip, Conway Cup, 3pm, Fulham Irish v Tir Chonaill Gaels
Greenford, Div 3, Football Playoff, 3pm, St Anthonys v Garryowen
Greenford, Home Grown Football Semi-final extra time if required, pitch 1, 1.30 pm, Harlesden Harps v Tir Chonaill Gaels
Greenford, Division 2 Hurling League, 3pm, Thomas McCurtains v Cu Chulainns
Greenford, Division 2 Hurling League, 4.30pm, Fulham Irish v Sean Traceys B
Ruislip, Reserve Football Championship Semi-final, 12pm, Round Towers v Tir Chonaill Gaels
Ruislip, Reserve Football Championship semi-final, 1.30pm, Fulham Irish v St Kiernans
Ruislip, Conway Cup Semi-final, extra time if required, 3pm, Round Towers v St Kiernans
Ruislip, playoff Intermediate/Junior Championship winners extra time if required, 4.30pm, North London Shamrocks v Moindearg
Croydon Camogie Club Notes
Croydon lost the Junior semi-final in agonising fashion after losing to Tara in extra time on a score line of 1-5 to 5-4 on Saturday last in Greenford. Croydon led all through the game before Tara pegged back two goals in the second half to leave the full time score 1-5 to Tara's 2-2. The Croydon points came from Caoilinn Ni Neill and Kathy O'Regan with the point coming from Niamh Kehoe. Tara took control in extra time scoring 3-2 and holding Croydon scoreless. It was a great display by all the girls who put in a tremendous effort on the day.
The senior team bet Fr. Murphy's in the last group game of the championship winning on a scoreline of Croydon 3-10 Fr. Murphy's 1-7. They now go onto the semi-final where the play Fullen Gaels on Saturday next.
There will be a meeting open to all members this coming Tuesday
evening in Shootershill rugby clubhouse after hurling training at 8pm.
Feel free to attend this open meeting.
Football training has finished for 2014.
Hurling Training continues every Tuesday and Thursday evening at our usual address: Old Shootershillian Sports & Social Club, Mayday Gardens, Broadwalk, Kidbrooke, London, SE3 8NP. Training starts at 7.15pm sharp and lasts for roughly 1 hour.
Looking to join Cu Chulainns? Cœ Chulainns is one of the oldest London GAA clubs with a proud and competitive track record so join in on the action today as either a player or a social member.
Contacts: Secretary - Padraig Biggane - (07792573037)
Hurling secretary - Conor O'Keefe (07817869457)
Football secretary - Brian McVeigh (07821434446)
The next meeting London Youth Committee meeting will take place on Monday the 20th of October at 8.30pm at The Emerald GAA Grounds at Ruislip and meetings will continue to be on the third Monday of every month
Deepest sympathies go out to all the families and friends of Martin Conwell (Tara), Bridie Butler (TCG), Mary Mannion (TCG), Dessie Quinn (TCG), Eileen Leonard (TCG), Corina Cahill (Dulwich Harps).
Results U16 Championship Tara 2-09 to TMC/NLS 3-05.
J Ffrench Underage girls Tournament: Underage ladies football and camogie in London took another huge step forward last Saturday, 13th September when Tara GFC held their first ever underage girls 7's tournament in Greenford. Kindly sponsored by Wexford man Justin Ffrench of J Ffrench Ltd, This annual tournament saw 93 girls from clubs across London and further afield taking part in competitions at U13's/U15's/U17's age groups. It was a fitting end to the underage competitions season in London which has seen the numbers participating in ladies gaelic football increase hugely. The U13 competition saw Parnell's claiming the shield, defeating Tara's, TCG's and St Claret's. Three clubs been Dulwich Harps, TCG's and Tara's competed in the U15's competition, with TCG winning the final. The U17's competition resulted in another success for the Parnell's club, defeating Claddagh Gaels, The Camogie shield was claimed by St Patrick's of Gloucester after defeating the Tara GFC. Congratulations to all four shield winners and well done to all clubs who took part. Irish Ambassador to Britain Dan Mulhall was on hand to do the presentations, and was very impressed with the standard of football played and the organisation of the tournament.
Well done to all the clubs coaches and officers who attended the coaching seminar presentation by one of the top coaches in Ireland Eoin Morrissey from Croke Park at Tir Chonaill Gaels in Greenford on Friday the 12th of September. Well done to Lloyd Colfer and Tony Griffin for the invitation and for putting the event together Eoin Morrissey also gave a great art of coaching to 40 children aged between 6 to 14 year olds on the Saturday the 13th of September at Emerald GAA Grounds in Ruislip. The day went extremely well with great opportunities created for the children.
Dates for the Diary: James O' Brien Tournament: St Kiernan's will host their annual James O' Brien tournament on the 20th of September at Mill Hill Rugby Club starting at 12 noon. This will be for the U8/10's.
Provisional U14 Conrad Ryan Tournament on Oct 18th: The U18 clubs will have the opportunity to play in the Hertfordshire Cup on Sunday 19th of October Time and Venue TBC
Y6 Schools tournament in Greenford on Thursday 23rd October
London Youths Presentation night on Friday the 7th of November at Emerald GAA Grounds at Ruislip
For more information on London Youths please contact London Secretary Lloyd Colfer: 07872600073
The James O Brien Memorial Tournament: St Kiernan's hosted the James O' Brien U6/8/10'S Gaelic football Tournament on Saturday the 20th of September 2014.
Parnells were able to field teams in all age groups. As usual this was a fantastic event that enabled the younger players to put their training in to practice. The Under 6 team under the watch of coaches Johnny Clarke and Colin McGuiness certainly gave it their all with many attempts at point scoring and lots of laughter. The Under 8s worked hard and showed that the seasons training is paying off, this age group are really finding their feet now and look to have a bright future ahead. Parnells put in 3 Under 10 teams and all 3 teams performed well. Team A reached the semi final of the Cup but were narrowly beaten by a strong St Kiernan's side who went on to beat TCG in the Final and took the winning title.
Teams B & C crossed each others path with a Parnells V Parnells final of the Shield, a sure win for Parnells youth and another trophy for the cabinet. Well done to all the Players and coaches involved, a fantastic triumph as for many of these players this was there first competitive tournament. Well done and thank you to Declan Ryan and St Kiernans for an enjoyable day.
Girls team - Girls from the age of 8 up wards are welcome to come along and join in the fun every Wednesday at 6.30 please contact Liam Moffatt at [email protected] for further details.
Parnells Seniors: Training - Tuesday and Thursday at Northwick park playing fields 7.30. New comers always welcome
Parnell's is a well run Harrow based club that is situated at Northwick Park Playing Fields, Norval Rd (Off the Fairway). The 2014 Season will be under the Management of Anthony Gleeson who has recently taken over this role & brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge which we are sure will pave the way to a great season.
Anyone interested in joining our successful club please contact our Club Secretary Dennis Diggins on 07768 352680
New Players: Are you based in the Reading area and want to play Gaelic Football? Why not join St Anthony's? We have both a mens and ladies team and have just begun training for the new season. If you want to find out more, email [email protected] or find us on Facebook.
St Anthony's Ladies, Junior League Champions: Congratulation to the St Anthony's Ladies who defeated Thomas MacCurtains to win the London Junior league
The annual St Anthony's Dinner Dance will take place on Sat 29th Nov at the Crowne Plaza, Reading. It promises to be a great night and tickets costing £55 are now on sale from all club members.
St Brendans, London
We have yet to receive any notification of a game this weekend, but we will post news on Facebook, our website and via email if a fixture is set.
Irish in Britain are teaming up with Mind Yourself to raise money to support our Dementia and Mental health programmes through our All Ireland Run for your County. The event takes place on October 26th on Clapham Common and you can register at the following link bit.ly/RUN4CTY.
For matters regarding youth football contact Paul Hughes on 07815873202.
To find out more about St Brendan's contact Paddy Corscadden on 07974581144
The club's annual dinner dance will take place on Saturday November 1 at the recently refurbished West Middlesex Golf Club with music by the Craicheads. Contact a committee member for details about tickets.
One of our club sponsors Ye Olde Crowne, Hayes is hosting a funding raising evening for Hillingdon Autistic Care and Support www.hacs.org.uk on Saturday October 11th. The event is to be a 'Stars in their Eyes' night. They are of course looking for as many people as possible to support this event and we are also looking for musicians/singers to represent St. Clarets on the night. If you are interested in going on as an act please contact either: Gillian ( Ye Olde Crowne) : 07594560125 or St. Clarets: 07502418820.
Irish in Britain are teaming up with Mind Yourself to raise money to support our Dementia and Mental health programmes through our All Ireland Run for your County. The event takes place on October 26th on Clapham Common and you can register at the following link bit.ly/RUN4CTY
For information about the club's U10, U12 & U14 teams please contact Martin Hession on 07973 733072. Any queries about our U16 &U18 teams should be directed to Colm Lynott on 07761 785260.
Further details about the club can be obtained from John Kelly on 07884 473672 or via email at [email protected]