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LipSync Fundraiser – Countdown

As we head towards both our Launch Night on September 9th in the Clane GAA Hall and the Live Performances on October 14th in the Johnstown Estate our Fundraising Committee are active on the ground canvassing for Sponsors. This week we would like to give a shout out to the following local business’s who have pledged their support;

Thank you all for your support and generosity.

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  • Magnificent Mayo Deny Donegal August 21, 2017
    Mayo 3-14 Donegal 2-11 THREE second half goals proved decisive as Frank Browne’s Mayo upset the pre-match odds to book a TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football semi-final against holders Cork in a fortnight’s time. The Kelly sisters, Niamh and Grace, both found the net while top-scorer Cora Staunton also raised a green flag as Mayo […]
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  • Cork Brush Galway Aside August 21, 2017
    Cork 6-19 Galway 1-10 EPHIE Fitzgerald’s TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football champions Cork blasted out an ominous statement of intent as they demolished Galway by 24 points to book a place in the last four. The Rebelettes, even without injured 2016 Player of the Year Bríd Stack, were hugely impressive as they notched six goals […]
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  • National U17 Academy Blitz Day Shows a Bright Future August 16, 2017
    This year’s National Under 17 Academy Blitz Day took place in the GAA National Development Centre in Abbotstown on Tuesday and those in attendance were treated to a spectacle of skill, teamwork and camaraderie. This was the largest ever LGFA Under 17 Blitz with 15 counties in attendance and 18 teams. All teams took part […]
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  • Teen Star Steers Kingdom to Victory August 14, 2017
    Kerry 3-14 Armagh 2-11 TEEN sensation Hannah O’Donoghue produced a sparkling senior debut as Kerry stormed into the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship semi-finals. The Kingdom will face Dublin in a mouth-watering clash on August 26, after claiming a six-point victory over Armagh in Saturday evening’s quarter-final at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny. O’Donoghue, an underage […]
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  • Flogas supports the ‘Blues’ August 14, 2017
      Newtown Blues, from Louth have confirmed an exciting new sponsor for the Under 12 team.   Flogas is delighted to sponsor the jerseys for the two Newtown Blues GFC Ladies under 12 team that arrived just in time for the players to wear in the upcoming Louth U12s football championship beginning on Thursday 17th August. […]
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  • Dublin Dominate Waterford August 12, 2017
    CAPTAIN Sinéad Aherne led the way with a 1-9 haul as Dublin advanced to another TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship semi-final.  The Sky Blues, runners-up in the previous three seasons, proved too strong for a plucky Waterford outfit at Nowlan Park, claiming an 11-point victory to set up a last four clash with Armagh […]
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  • Former Ladies Footballers Fuel Irish Rugby’s Bid for World Rugby Glory August 9, 2017
    A host of players with inter-county ladies football and camogie backgrounds will be at the heart of the action as the Ireland women’s rugby team gets their World Cup campaign underway this evening. Dublin All Ireland winner Lindsay Peat, who netted twice in that epic 2014 All Ireland final, has been a revelation since her […]
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  • How coaching from inter-county stars is helping develop the club scene in Dublin August 8, 2017
    Peil Óg is a club development initiative run by the Dublin county board to boost the numbers playing ladies football. IMAGINE YOU’RE EIGHT again. Football mad. You spend hours and hours in the back garden, hammering the ball off the wall and perfecting your soloing. You pretend to be your favourite Gaelic footballer, fists in […]
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  • Leinster LGFA Seek new Games Development Officer August 8, 2017
    LEINSTER DEVELOPMENT OFFICER   The Ladies Gaelic Football Association (Association), founded in 1974 has in Ireland over 150,000 registered members. The game is played in countries across the world. Five Provincial Councils covering Ireland and Britain are responsible for running championships and competitions in their provinces.    To continue its development as one of the […]
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  • TG4 All Ireland Championship Fixtures August 8, 2017
      Saturday 12th August 2017   TG4 All Ireland Senior Championship – Quarter Finals– ET if Necessary– Both games live on TG4 Dublin v Waterford, 4.45pm, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny   Kerry v Armagh, 6.30pm, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny     TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship – Quarter Finals – ET if Necessary Meath v Clare, 1.30pm, Kinnitty, Offaly […]
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  • Watch: Moses Wanjigo From Kenya Is One Of The Greatest GAA Men About August 21, 2017
    Moses Wanjigo, who hails from a rural village in Kenya, came to Ireland in 2010 before settling in Ongar, in suburban Dublin. Responding to an advertisement from the local Erin Go Bragh GAA Club in Ongar, who were looking for new members to join, Moses was welcomed to the club with open arms and quickly […]
    Brian Barry
  • Cillian O’Connor Shows Class At The Final Whistle In Croker August 21, 2017
    Yesterday’s All Ireland Semi-final between Kerry and Mayo was another epic showdown in GAA headquarters which saw fans and players alike pushed to their limits until the final whistle upon which Cillian O’Connor showed his pure class as Mayo captain. Despite both sides having opportunities to win the match, it ended all square after 75 […]
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  • Quiz: Can You Name The Top Scorer In Every All Ireland Football Championship Since 1997? August 21, 2017
    The All-Ireland Football Championship is coming to its penultimate stages – as Kerry, Mayo. Dublin and Tyrone are all still left in contention to lift Sam Maguire. Ahead of this weekend’s semi-final replay between Kerry and Mayo – and the meeting of Dublin and Tyrone, we’re asking you to name the top scorer in every […]
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  • Stephen Rochford Insists That Mayo Do Not Rely Too Much On Aidan O’Shea August 21, 2017
    Mayo and Kerry must do it all over again next week after they played out a thrilling draw on Sunday in Croke Park.  The All-Ireland SFC semi-final finished with the teams all square and there was no shortage of talking points to take away from the game. One of those talking points came in the […]
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  • Poll: Which Two Teams Will Reach The All-Ireland Football Final? August 21, 2017
    After an enthralling game of gaelic football in Croke Park yesterday, we remain none the wiser as to which two teams will compete in the All-Ireland final next month. Kerry and Mayo went toe-to-toe in an absorbing contest, which swung one way, then the other. After Paddy Durcan rescued the Connacht outfit with a late […]
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  • Eamonn Fitzmaurice Defends His Full-Back Line After Drawing With Mayo August 21, 2017
    Kerry football manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice was in relatively good spirits following their draw with Mayo in Croke Park yesterday. History repeated itself as the sides must meet again as they did back in 2014. An enthralling encounter was the order of the day yet again and the Kerry manager was quick to point to this in his […]
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  • Stephen Rochford Explains His Decision To Play Aidan O’Shea On Kieran Donaghy August 20, 2017
    Aidan O’Shea marking Kieran Donaghy dominated the discussion as Mayo and Kerry played out an enthralling draw… Mayo and Kerry must do it all over again, after the two sides played out an absorbing clash in Croke Park this evening. The Connacht side went toe-to-toe with the Kingdom in what was undoubtedly the game of […]
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  • Kerry And Mayo Have To Do It Again After Croker Classic August 20, 2017
    Kerry and Mayo have to do it all over again after a thrilling draw in Croke Park this Sunday afternoon. It ended 2-14 apiece after this instant classic at GAA HQ. The sides will have to do it all over again next Saturday after this memorable encounter – a match that the football championship badly […]
    Joel Slattery
  • Kerry Blast By Cavan To Minor All-Ireland Final But Everyone Is Talking About One Man August 20, 2017
    Kerry are through to the All-Ireland minor final after seeing off Cavan in Croke Park. The Kingdom were too good for their Ulster opposition, as they marched on to the decider despite a late fightback. Following a harrowing loss in the Ulster final, Cavan recovered to get over a fancied Galway side in the final […]
    Brian Barry
  • Watch: Limerick’s Kyle Hayes Makes Outrageous Block With Hand August 20, 2017
    Yesterday, the main talking point after the two u-21 All-Ireland hurling semi-finals was whether or not it is time to restructure the competition. With Kilkenny’s demolition of Derry by 52 points and Galway’s automatic qualification to the All-Ireland semi-final stage, questions were posed. Although the Limerick and Galway game proved a worthwhile watch for the everyday GAA […]
    Jason Redmond

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