Austin Stacks GAA Juvenile Club News

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PEIL FAOI  7 (born 2015/16/17): Next Sunday’s Under 7 football session will take place at 11am in Connolly Park. We will continue on Sundays and we’ll be starting Thursday night football on May 5th. New boys always welcome.

PEIL FAOI 9 (born 2013/14): Next Sunday’s Under 9 football session will take place at 11am in Connolly Park. Expected upcoming challenges: v Legion (April 26th), v Laune Rangers (May 10th), v Kilcummin (May 24th) and v Firies (June 7th). Thursday night football will commence on May 5th.

PEIL FAOI 11 (born 2011/12): (i) County League (sponsored by Lee Strand) – A and B teams: Round 1 was scheduled for HOLY THURSDAY….v Laune Rangers. Well done, boys. (ii) Upcoming fixtures: Thursday 21st April… at home v Crócaigh Chill Airne; Thursday 28th April… away v Milltown/Castlemaine; Thursday 5th May… away v Na Mistéalaigh; Thursday 12thMay… at home v B/mac.

SAOIRE DHEAS SA GHAELTACHT? The GAA Gaeltacht scholarship scheme is available once again to help pay a little of the cost of sending a club member to a Corca Dhuibhne summer course.

The scholarship of circa €170 will be provided by Tralee District Board, Kerry County Board and the Munster Council. If interested, please contact a club officer or ring 0876606693 immediately. Tá cead ag buachaillí agus ag cailíní (aged 12 to 18 years and attending postprimary school) cur isteach ar an scoláireacht.

For information on the course ring 066 9156100 or (Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne, Baile an Fheirtéaraigh, Co. Chiarraí). Cúpla seachtain faoi ghrian na Gaeltachta i gCorca Dhuibhne!

PEIL FAOI 13: (i) Round 4 of the County League DIVISION 2 will be played at 7pm on Sunday next, 24th April. Our Black Team will travel to the sunny south side of Sliabh Mis to challenge Baile an Mhuilinn/Caisleán na Mainge.

An exciting game is expected. Go n-éirí go geal libh, a bhuachaillí! (ii) Round 4 of the County League DIVISION 10 will take place at 5.30pm on the 24th April, an Domhnach seo chugainn, when our Team Amber lads will travel to play Milltown/Castlemaine. Good luck, boys! (iii) Traenáil/cluichí: Training will be held in Connolly Park on Tuesday evenings from 5pm to 6.30pm and on Thursday evenings from 6.30pm to 7.45pm; our home games will (generally) be played on Sundays. (iv) Phase 2 of the County League will commence on 22nd May. (v) Our County League panel: Albi Gaxha, Mohammad Zakrit, Ediart Topali, Karol Kowalczyk, Ryan McCord, Mateusz Mikolajczuk, Kyle Yoxhall, Diarmuid Hennessy, Oisín Cotter, Joe O’Halloran, Conor Murphy, David Ahern, Matthew Guerin, Oran O’Donoghue, Liam Swords, Killian Coffey, Nathan Hurley, Tadhg Somers, Jayden O’Dowd, Luke O’Connor, Ewan Canty, Jack Walsh, Gearóid Corcoran, Conor Hanafin, Seán McCannon, Séamus Keenan, Noah Reidy, Eliot Calleja, Nathan O’Connor, Nathan O’Connor, David Ahern, Tadhg Somers, Mark Foley, Jayden Foley.

PEIL FAOI 15: (i) Our U15s continued their County League Division 1 League campaign with a convincing away victory over Keel/Listry in Keel on Wednesday evening last. This was a game in which we started well and led comfortably at half-time. Our boys continued their good form into the second half, played brilliantly and ran out very very convincing winners. Bhí an-bhua ag Na Stacaigh!

An panéal: Liam O’Connell, Fionán Ryan, Alex Tuohy, Naode Derege, Oliver Lata, Ben Murphy, Gavin Casey, Max Grzybowski, Leon O’Connor, Tomás O’Connell, Rory Lynch, Ronan Carroll, Ryan O’Driscoll, Cormac Bastible, Jake Carmody, Rian Walsh, Bao Foley, Jack Diggin, Gabriel Nosidlak, Max Nosidlak. (ii) On Thursday evening our Division 9B boys continued their league campaign with a closely fought three-point win over Keel/Listry in Listry.

We began strongly in the first half and led, 1-4 to 1-2, at half-time. Our opponents made a comeback bid in the second half but our stalwart defence kept us in the game, repelling many dangerous attacks.

Our forwards managed five vital scores, four from play, in the second half to give us a lead that we never relinquished. Keel/Listry attacked repeatedly for a goal but could not get past our stonewall defence.

We were victorious after a mighty battle. Final score…AdeS: 1-9; Keel/Listry: 1-6. Team: Seán Clifford, Eoghan Murphy, Rian Walsh, Jay Sweeney, Jayden Moriarty, Max Grzybowski, Brian Kavanagh, Bao Foley, Aodhán Horgan, Tadhg Falvey, Jack Shanahan, Jack Diggins, Rory Kavanagh, Jake Carmody, Rory Lynch, Vinny Moriarty. (iii) Our next games: (a) on Wednesday evening we travel to the John Mitchel Club for our Division 1 fixture which will commence at 7pm; (b) on Thursday evening our Division 9A team play at home v Kilcummin and throw-in time is 8pm.

LOTTO: Thanks to all who continue to support our club lotto: (i) Paudie Commane’s Bookshop, Rock Street, (ii) O’Flynn Interiors, Lower Rock Street, (iii) The Brogue (Kirbys), Lower Rock Street, (iv) Terry’s Butcher Shop, Upper Oakpark, (v) Husseys’ Deli, Prince’s Quay, (vi) The Burger Shack, Monavalley, (vii) Maguire, Butchers, Caherslee, (viii) Kevin Barry’s Shop, Upper Rock Street, and (ix)

SCÓR ’22: The Scór na bPáistí series of competitions (for primary school students) will be held during month of June and the finals will take place on Saturday 2nd July. It’s time to be working on Scór items….a solo singer, a storyteller or reciter, a group of singers (cúigear), a group of musicians (cúigear), a figure dance group (ceathrar, seisear nó ochtar), a set (ochtar), a four-person quiz team….buachaillí agus/nó cailíní.

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