Austin Stacks GAA Juvenile Club News

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PEIL FAOI 7/8/9: Our Under 7/8/9 outdoor academy was a great success last Sunday i gCathair Sailí! More of the same at 11am in Caherslee on Sunday next (12th May). Bí linn! Fáilte roimh chách!

PEIL FAOI 11: (i) Our annual trip to Kilmacud, Dublin, will take place on Sunday next (12th May). Good luck to all travellers…boys and men! God speed! (ii) Another enjoyable U11 GoGames session took place on Thursday last. Well done, all! We look forward to another interesting outing on Thursday next at 6.30pm. Expect text!

PEIL AOI 13: We have now completed Phase 1 of the County League. Both our teams did amazingly well and have taken a one week break from competitive games. Action resumes on Sunday next (May 12th). County League Phase 2…here we come! Expect text, boys. Training will take place on Tuesday night at the MTU. (Tadhg Mac Mathúna)

IOMÁNAÍOCHT FAOI 15: Good wishes to two U15 Rock hurlers, Ben Litchfield and Haulie Cotter, who’ll be taking part in the National Féile (Hurling) finals in Wexford on 22nd June. Go n-éirí go geal leo!

PEIL FAOI 15: Last week was a busy week with mixed fortunes! (i) Following a win on Sunday nightthe 28th our Division 9 team was in action again 24 hours later when we hosted Ballymac. We had an exciting game but a strong Ballymac team took the laurels. So, the current state of play is as follows: on Wednesday next (15th) our B team will face Killarney Legion in the Division 9 semi-final. The game will be played in Killarney. Best wishes, boys!

(ii) On Wednesday night the 1st our Division 1 team travelled to Listry to take on Keel/Listry in a must wingame to remain in Division 1. Following a poor opening few minutes, after which we trailed by 6 points, we finally got going and upped our game! At the half-time break we were 6 points to the good! A great comeback! We looked forward to the 2nd half! We started with gusto (le flosc agus le fonn) and an early point gave us a 7 point lead but, unfortunately, the strong Keel/Listry boys reorganised themselves and picked away at our hard-earned lead; eventually ag deireadh thiar thall, the Ciarraí Láir lads were winners by 2 points. Croíthe briste! So, the current state of play is as follows: our A team has been scheduled to face An Ghaeltacht in the Division 2 semi-final this Wednesday evening (8th) in our own Connolly Park. Thanks to our faithful supporters. (Ger Hobbert)

PEIL FAOI 16: The Rock was well represented by Alex Touhy and Rory Ó Loinsigh in the recent exciting Kerry U16 football squad game v Laois. Maith sibh, a leaideanna!

GAELTACHT SCHOLARSHIP: Please contact the secretary of Bord Thrá Lí (GAA) to apply for a Gaeltacht Scholarship.

AN GAELCHOLÁISTE: Best wishes to peileadóirí ban GCC in their preparations for their upcoming Munster semi-final. Tá beirt Stacach, Ellen Ní Luasaigh agus Emer Ní Dhuilleáin, ar an bpainéal. Go n-éirí go geal leo! Tá an dáta fós le socrú. (Dáithí Ó Loinsigh)

PEIL FAOI 17: Our Minors (U17) played away to Laune Rangers on Monday last (6th) in the last group game of the Central League. Well done, boys, on a good performance! Panel: Olivier Lata; Leon Sweeney, Gabriel Maszorek, Max Maszorek; Rian Walsh, Adam Johnston, Alex Touhy; Cormac Bastible, Jack Diggin; Rory Lynch, Jack Shanahan, Tadhg Falvey; Brian Kavanagh, Jay O’Connor, Jayden Moriarty; Jake Carmody, David Mullins, Max Grzybowsky, Aodhán Horgan. Bainisteoir: Theo Diggin. Roghnóirí: Liam Lynch, Frankie Murphy, David Courtney. An Charraig Abú! (T.Ó Duigín)

CLUB GEAR: Club merchandise from O’Neills. Log into

THANKS: Thanks to all club lotto supporters and especially to: (i) O’Flynn Interiors, Sráid na Carraige; (ii) Hussey’s Deli and Newsagency, Cé an Phrionsa; (iii) The Burger Shack, Móin an Bhealaigh; (iv) The Brogue, Sráid na Carraige, (v) Siopa Chaoimhín de Barra, Ollmhargadh Grósaera na Carraige; (vi) PC Books, Sráid na Carraige.

KERRY SENIORS: ‘Well done’ to Joe, Dylan, Armin, Joey and Kerry in Cusack Park v Clare, ‘well done’ to Aoife Ní Dhuilleáin agus Mná na Ríochta v Port Láirge and sympathies to the senior hurlers of Kerry v Laois in the Joe McDonagh Cup competition.

CIARRAÍ FAOI 20: Mór-chomhghairdeachas le Michael Tansley (cúl báire), Daniel Kirby (10), Paddy Lane and their Kerry colleagues v Cork in the Munster Final on Wednesday. Bua iontach!

CIARRAÍ FAOI 17: ‘Well done’ to Wayne and his Kerry minors v Cork in the Munster championship. The Rock boys on the panel: Ben Ó Murchú (captain), Fionnán Ó Riain, Rónán Ó Cearúill, Gavin Ó Cathasaigh, Ryan Ó Drisceoil. Maith sibh!

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