Austin Stacks GAA Juvenile Club News

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SCÓR NA SINSEAR: Gach ádh ar Aoife Ní Choileáin who will represent The Rock in the Kerry County Final of Scór na Sinsear ar an Aoine seo (7ú). The event will take place inCurrow Community Hall, ag tosú ag 7.30pm.

The Munster final will take place in Cappamore on Sunday 16th October. (Aoife’s participation in Scór should inspire some of our younger members to prepare for Scór na nÓg and/or Scór na bPáistí….a song, a story, a dance, ballad group, quiz, srl.).

THE ALL-STARS: Lots and lots of fun was had once again by our All-Stars last Sunday morning in Connolly Park. More of the same excitement on Sunday next at 11am. For information….ring/text Sandra (087-294 6658) or Sarah (087-281 0239).

PEIL FAOI 7: See you all again, boys, on Sunday morning next. Expect information on upcoming matches. Our Thursday sessions have ended.

PEIL FAOI 9: (i) The Under 9s are still enjoying their Sunday morning football! Things are hotting up in The Bracker Regan Cup competition. The group stages have been completed and Team C have come out on top on 10 points, Team B in second place on 7 points, Team D in third position on 4 points and Team A in 4th place on three points.

The semi-final line-up for this coming Sunday is Team C v Team A and Team B v Team D. Boy! Mighty football will be played! The ‘Stars’ of the future will be on ‘display’!! (ii) Sorry, but our Thursday sessions have ended. (iii) The much-looked-forward-to trip to the St Finbarr Club in Togher, Cork, will take place on next Saturday WEEK….October 15th. Will it ever come! We’re rearing to go! Togher, here we come…prepare for a Rock attack!

PEIL FAOI 11: More enjoyable U11 football on Thursday. There are really great players in this group!

PEIL FAOI 13: (i) Our last training session of the year….this Thursday (6th). (ii) Everybody is ready for and excited about next Sunday’s trip (9th October) to Baile an Easpaig, Coraigh, to play a really tough challenge game v Bishopstown. This is a big outing for our lads and we’re all praying for good weather!

Expect text….details to be circulated during the week. (iii) We hope to give a big Rock welcome to the footballers of Carrigaline (Carraig Uí Leighin) on Saturday week, 15th October, and then give them a good game of Gaelic football!

(iv) Foireann Ómrach na Carraige (Central League Division 1B finalists): Seán Mac Cannáin, Ediart Topali, Oisín Mac Coitir, Diarmuid Ó hAonghasa, Conchúr Ó Murchú, Liam Ó Scuaird, Alex Dafoor, Karol Kowalczyk, Dáithí Ó hEathrín, Noah Ó Riada, Órán Ó Donnchú, Kyle Yoxall, Seán Ó Dúshláine, Nathan Ó Muirthile, Séamus Ó Cianáin, Nathan Ó Conchúir, Lúcás Ó Conchúir, Marcas Ó Foghlú, Conchúr Ó hAinifín, Ewan Ó Cáinte, Maitiú Ó Géaráin, Cillian Ó Cofaigh, Albi Gaxha, Tadhg Ó Somacháin, Seán Breathnach, Seosamh Ó hAllmharáin, Alex Ó Flaithearta, Jayden Ó Dubhda, Gearóid Corcaráin, Eliot Calleja.

PEIL FAOI 14: (i) Our U14s played in Caherslee on Monday evening in a County Board blitz that was organised by Coiste na nÓg. Our lads played really well and had good wins against Cordal and Ballymac but, unfortunately, lost out to the eventual winners, the John Mitchel Club boys.

(ii) On Sunday afternoon Our U14 squad hosted Glanmire U14s and they had a good challenge match. Although missing a few regulars….we called up some stalwarts from the U13s….our boys put up a very competitive performance against our neighbours from Cork. Great fun was had by all involved.

(iii) We are still waiting on date, time and venue for our Town League semi-final against Churchill. A great competitive game is expected.

PEIL FAOI 17: Seaimpíní mionúir na Ríochta 2022: Mícheál Ó Teanslaí; Seán Ó Muimhneacháin, Luke Ó Cathasaigh (captaen), Séamus Ó Bradáin; Pádraig Ó hAllmharáin, Ben Ó Murchú, Seán Heaslip; Rian Ó Drisceoil, Colm de Brún; Noah Townsend, Dónal Ó Ciarba, Tomás Deregee; Rónán Ó Cearúil, Paidí Ó Laighin, Damien Ó hÓgáin; Jack Ó Murchú, Donncha Ó hArgáin, Dáithí Ó Luasaigh, Aaron Ó Nualláin, Dylan Ó Cuinneagáin, Gavin Ó Cathasaigh.

COLÁISTÍ: Good wishes to all Rock lads who’ll be playing in upcoming college matches. Corn Uí Shúilleabháin (Ciarraí): Mercy Mounthawk: 4-16; Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne: 3-8. ‘Well done’ to The Rock boys on the successful Mounthawk panel.

Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí (D.Ó Loingsigh): Táimíd fillte ar ais! Gaelcholáiste are returning to action after a scorching summer and have a packed sporting calendar in store! Challenge matches are already underway and, although our imreoirí caide sinseareacha agus Faoi 15 were disappointed with their early encounters, is séasúr fada go maith é and dozens more matches await! Our U16½ panel are preparing well….we ask readers to keep a súil amach for further reports as the season rolls on!

CLUB LOTTO: Thanks to all who support and promote our club lotto: (i) Kirbys’ Brogue Inn, Lower Rock Street, (ii) Husseys’ Deli, Prince’s Quay, (iii) Carmel O’Neill, (iv) Maguires’ Butcher Shop, Caherslee, (v) Barrys’ Supermarket, Upper Rock Street, (vi) PaudieCommane’s Bookshop, Rock Street, (vii) The Burger Shack, Monavalley, (viii) O’Flynn Interiors (Malachy Nagle), Lower Rock Street, (ix) (x) and/or on

AN SIOPA: Items are available to order on Check out the Ganzee Club Clothing Collection on

SENIORS: Best wishes to our seniors v Feale Rangers.

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