Club Notes April 27th
We hope all our members & their families are keeping well at the moment.
Zingo draw took place on Sunday evening live on Zoom with some of our regular Sunday gang in attendance. The Numbers drawn were 6-5-3-4-2-7-1. Congrats to our Club President, John Clinton, on winning the €3,200 Jackpot! Next week's Jackpot €1,000 Dividend €100. You can play online by clicking the below link!
A reminder that all club facilities including the main pitch remain closed until further notice.
Allcare Virtual Academy sessions hosted by our GPO Louise & Emma continue on Saturday mornings through a secure & safe platform, details of how to take part are on our Facebook page.
Our 28th Annual Primary Schools Tournament scheduled to start on the May Bank Holiday Monday will not go ahead as planned.
While they can't train together at the moment our Ladies Football & Camogie players from U16 to Adult have committed to running the equivalent of a marathon each during May to keep fit & active while at the same time raising funds for Jane's House in memory of Jane Dardis. Jane played Camogie & Ladies Football from Juvenile up to Adult level & also gave back to her club by coaching at our Academy/Camps so this is a cause very close to our hearts. We are conscious that there are a lot of fundraisers taking place both locally & nationally at the moment for different causes but would be grateful for any donations no matter the amount. https://www.gofundme.com/f/skerries-harps-ladies-janes-house-fundraiser?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link-tip&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet
A number of our players who are part of the Dublin GAA Football Academy U15, U16, Minor & U20 panels are taking part in the Stewarts Care Run Against The Sun 150km fundraiser this Friday......more information is available at https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/dublin-gaa-football-academy-to-take-part-in-run-against-the-sun-150k-challenge-for-stewarts-care
We were saddened to hear of the passing of Harry Boylan. Harry played on our 1956 Dublin Intermediate Championship winning team & captained our Senior Football team in the 1960's. Our deepest sympathy to the Boylan family at this time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. May he rest in peace.