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Date: Dec 10, 2018

June 26th Club Gaa Notes

ACADAMY
Dungarvan  GAA Club training Academy for boys and girls aged 5/10 years – Football, Hurling 
Saturday mornings – 11am to 12:00 and Tuesdays from 18:15 to19:15pm for the youngest groups. 10am-12pm for the older groups.
Parents and guardians of the children are fundamental to the successful running of the Academy.  Each year we invite parents to volunteer to become coaches/helpers in the Academy.
No previous experience is required as the club provides resources, training courses and support through its  (Games Promotions Officer)
All the Coaches and Kids have been very busy with the past few weeks with training and games and now are supporting ‘Games on the Green’ . The purpose of this project is to bring the club to the housing estates in Dungarvan  to meet all the kids and parents and have some fun.
Last week we travelled  to  Leacan Fionn where we had some great fun with the Kids and particilaity the Parents as they were put through the paces by the Kids. Thanks again for all the parents who were brave enough to get involved .
HELMETS
As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Paddy Foleys Bar, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 6, 15, 24 and 28. NO WINNER, next weeks Jackpot is 4800E. 1 winner of MATCH 3 100E, Derek Barry, next weeks prize is 100E
QUIZ ANSWERS
1.Name the first Ulster county to win Sam Maguire 5 times. CAVAN
2. Name the first Connaught county to win Sam Maguire .GALWAY
3. Name the first Munster county to win Sam Maguire 3 times in a row. KERRY
4. Who was the first Captain to be presented with Sam Maguire. BILLY GANNON KILDARE
5. Who was the first captain to receive the Trophy twice. JOE BARRETT KERRY
QUIZ
1, How many times have Armagh won the Sam Maguire Cup.
2. Cavan were the first Ulster County to win Sam Maguire, who were the second.
3.Between club and county how many Senior All Ireland Medals has Colm Cooper won.
4. In what year did Tyrone win their first All Ireland Senior Football Championship.
5. Which county is known as The Banner.
MOVIE NIGHT
On the 18th of May we held the Launch for our Movie Night in association with Eurofins. This unique event will take place on Saturday next the 1st of July at our Club Grounds at Clogherane with gates opening at 8.00pm.It is a Family Friendly Event and there will be Strictly No Alcohol. We would expect all Club Members to come on board to help with this venture to make it a complete success. Tickets are now on sale for this event and can be got from any committee member.The Movie shown on the night  is The GOONIES. This has the makings of a great night, with all the trimmings on sale on the night, e.g. Popcorn and Hot Dogs with also your favourite drinks and munchies that are essential while watching the Goonies. Come early to get a good spot, don’t forget your Blanket, there will also be skills competitions for the young ones and the not so young ones before the Movie starts, so we are leaving no stone unturned to make sure that everybody has a great night.
10  THINGS YOU DIDNT KNOW ABOUT THE  GOONIES
 1.) Being the “Fat Kid” on Set Sucks
Jeff Cohen, the young actor who played Chunk in the film, has taken great pains to explain that being the “fat kid” of the gang was not all it was cracked up to be. Outside of being the butt of every joke in the script, Cohen made the point that kids in his position are often expected to eat throughout films, which was awful in practice. Citing the scene where Chunk sprays whipped cream into his mouth directly from the can as an example: “Say you do fifty takes, that’s fifty hits of the whipped cream.” Furthering the irony, it turns out that when Cohen hit high school, he started doing sports and slimmed down considerably. (.) He doesn’t act anymore, but he is an entertainment lawyer, a partner of a firm he founded himself.
2.) “Big Eyes” is the Key
The whole cast claims that director Richard Donner had one key direction for the kids in any scene where something dramatic took place. Apparently, Donner would call out “big eyes!” and the gang would do as told. Now go and watch the movie again, but this time, pick out the places where you think it was put to use!
3.) Always Invoke Michael Jackson
Of course, sometimes shouting “big eyes” didn’t do the trick. During the scene where the kids are banging on the pipes beneath the country club—which backfires when the plumbing explodes on them—Donner couldn’t get the reaction shot he wanted from Corey Feldman (Mouth) for “Reverse pressure!” Finally, Donner told the cast that Michael Jackson was coming to set right before Feldman’s line. He got the take.
4.) Kids Can’t Curse on Film!
Jonathan Ke Quan (billed then as Ke Huy-Quan in the film—he played Data as well as Short Round in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) made a promise to his mother than he wouldn’t swear on camera. Of course, there was a line in the script that called for Data to say “Holy shit!” and Quan desperately wanted to deliver it. He split the difference, which is why Data shouts “Holy S-H-I-T” instead. Adorable.
5.) Pirate Ship Secrets
One-Eyed Willie’s pirate ship was a real set that was built to look like Errol Flynn’s ship in The Sea Hawk. While it was being constructed, the kids were not allowed to see it; the ship was hidden on another set behind tarps. Donner was hoping to get a real reaction from the cast for their first take seeing Willie’s ship, but when he rolled the camera and revealed it, the whole gang was so shocked by the sight that they started cursing up a storm, and the scene had to be re-shot. Once production wrapped, the crew tried to find someone who would take the ship, but no one wanted it, and the entire set was scrapped.
6.) Sloth Was Not Throwing People Around Set
Football star John Matuszak was chosen for the role of Sloth, but his sports injuries actually made it difficult for him to perform a lot of Sloth’s more physical moments. Jeff Cohen recalled that Matuszak was in quite a bit of pain following the scene where he picked Chunk up while the kid was tied to a chair. In addition, the line that Chunk delivers in that scene is often misheard. It’s not “You smell like fish heads,” but rather, “You smell like Phys Ed!” (Both things are equally smelly, but the idea of Sloth reeking of a gym locker room paints a hilarious picture, if you ask me.)
7.) All That Kissing
Little Sean Astin (Mikey) was super excited to kiss the older Kerri Green (Andy), like any boy in his early teens would be. It turns out, Green was simultaneously horrified at the idea of scarring the poor kid and thought the whole thing was creepy. Kissing Josh Brolin… was a different story, naturally.
8.) Mom and Dad Can Come Along
During the finale, when the kids are reunited with their parents, a lot of the adults in the film are the actual parents of the Goonies crew. Take a look at Chunk’s mom — he looks just like her.
9.) Joey Pants and Opera Chops
Joe Pantoliano is a character actor who frequently turns up in mafia yarns, but to the cast of The Goonies, they knew him simply as “Joey Pants.” No really, that was their nickname for him. (And now every time you spot him in a film, your brain will cry “Joey Pants!” I swear.) His brother in the movie was played by Robert Davi, who happens to be a professionally trained opera singer. That rare and lovely talent was put to good use, and ended up as a character eccentricity.
10.) From Start to Finish
The film was shot almost entirely in sequence from beginning to end. There was also a scene with an octopus that traps the kids, but it ended up on the cutting room floor. There was an entire single devoted to it, titled “8 Arms to Hold You.” And in honor of that lost single, I present to you the better known single by Cyndi Lauper, “(The Goonies ’R’) Good Enough”:
 
HOULI LONG PUCK
 
ENTRIES POUR IN FOR THE HOOLI LONG PUCK ON JULY 8th
Following the success of last year’s inaugural long puck organised by the Houihan family and friends in which over £13,000 was raised for the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund, preparations for this year’s event at the Dungarvan GAA grounds on Saturday July 8th are well under way. Entries have already matched last year’s figures and the organisers are working diligently to stage this year’s ‘PUCK’ which will again be based around a family occasion. The day commemorates the life of David Houlihan who died in Thailand in 2015 and who was repatriated with the help of the Kevin Bell Repatriation fund and thoughts throughout the day are also very much with David’s clubmate Trevor Crotty who died in a road accident in 2016.
Patron of the event Rev. Fr. Ned Hassett will open the day’s events with mass in the club stand at 9am, following which the tree planted in honour of David and Trevor will be blessed. The Juveniles will get the long puck under way followed by the adult section over the same course as last year but starting and finishing at different points adjacent to the memorial tree. Throughout the day, food will be served and activities will cater for one and all in what is sure to be a very worthwhile event to attend.
Last year the auction and raffle on the Saturday night was an outstanding success and this year’s gathering will be staged in the Park Hotel with Gavin Whelan of WLRFM as compeer and Studio 80, the Duggan brothers providing the music.
The organising committee appreciates the sponsorship of local businesses, donations to the auction and everybody who is putting their shoulder to the wheel to make this year’s event another community based success.

June 13th 2017 Dungarvan Gaa Notes

ENTRIES POUR IN FOR THE HOOLI LONG PUCK ON JULY 1ST

Following the success of last year’s inaugural long puck organised by the Houihan family and friends in which over £13,000 was raised for the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund, preparations for this year’s event at the Dungarvan GAA grounds on Saturday July 1st are well under way. Entries have already matched last year’s figures and the organisers are working diligently to stage this year’s ‘PUCK’ which will again be based around a family occasion. The day commemorates the life of David Houlihan who died in Thailand in 2015 and who was repatriated with the help of the Kevin Bell Repatriation fund and thoughts throughout the day are also very much with David’s clubmate Trevor Crotty who died in a road accident in 2016.
Patron of the event Rev. Fr. Ned Hassett will open the day’s events with mass in the club stand at 9am, following which the tree planted in honour of David and Trevor will be blessed. The Juveniles will get the long puck under way followed by the adult section over the same course as last year but starting and finishing at different points adjacent to the memorial tree. Throughout the day, food will be served and activities will cater for one and all in what is sure to be a very worthwhile event to attend.
Last year the auction and raffle on the Saturday night was an outstanding success and this year’s gathering will be staged in the Park Hotel with Gavin Whelan of WLRFM as compeer and Studio 80, the Duggan brothers providing the music.
The organising committee appreciates the sponsorship of local businesses, donations to the auction and everybody who is putting their shoulder to the wheel to make this year’s event another community based success.
HELMETS
As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 5,12,16 and 18.NO WINNER. Next weeks Jackpot is 4600E, 3 WINNERS of Match 3, Sharon Curran, Michael Kelleher and Ned Whelan, Next weeks prize is 100E
QUIZ ANSWERS
1. Eoin O Connor plays Full Forward for which County Footballers.LOUTH
2. What venue did Louth play against Meath in the Leinster Football Championship last weekend .PARNELL PARK
3. What year did Armagh last win an All Ireland Football Championship.2002
4. Who won the 1991 Football All Ireland.DOWN
5. Who was the Goal Keeper in Galway Footballers 3 in a row in the 1960s.JOHNNY GERAGHTY
QUIZ
1. Cavan Senior Football team is managed by whom
2. Conor Mc Manus plays corner forward for which counties footballers
3. Kevin Walsh is manager of which county footballers
4. Which club has won the most All Ireland Football Titles
5. Which  club has won the most All Ireland Hurling Titles
MOVIE NIGHT
On the 18th of May we held the Launch for our Movie Night in association with Eurofins. This unique event will take place on Saturday the 1st of July at our Club Grounds at Clogherane with gates opening at 8.00pm.It is a Family Friendly Event and there will be Strictly No Alcohol. We would expect all Club Members to come on board to help with this venture to make it a complete success. Tickets are now on sale for this event and can be got from any committee member.
U14 HURLING
The Brickey Rangers were visitors to Clogherane on Thursday last, to play our u14s in the first round of the hurling Championship, It was a very disappointing display by our lads and we will have to improve greatly for our next game, however 2 young men stood tall and failed to bend the knee, well done to Leon Lannen and Eoin O Callaghan for their heroic displays against all the odds.

 

May 29th Dungarvan Gaa Notes

MEMBERSHIP
Everyone who wants to play for the club has to be a member, membership is now been taken up by Mary and Eileen. Membership for an Adult player is 50E, Minor 30 E, Juvenile 20e for the first child,15E for the 2nd Child and 10E for the 3rd, An Adult is 20E and a couple is 30E.I would have thought that by the 29nth of May we would not be asking for membership, but for those who have not paid can they do so please.
HELMETS
As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are1,22,23 and 30.No WINNER. Next weeks Jackpot is 4400E.One winner of MATCH 3 200E Marie Shaw, Next weeks prize is 100E
QUIZ ANSWERS
1. What County Footballers does T Tracey keep goal for. FERMANAGH
2.In what county would you find Mac Cumhaill Park. DONEGAL
3. Who is the Bannisteoir of Louth County Footballers. COLIN KELLY
4. Name the famous Handballer who was unbeaten in Ireland for 13 years. MICHAEL WALSH
5. Who are the current All Ireland Minor football Champions. KERRY
QUIZ
1.Who is Tipperary Senior footballers present Goalkeeper.
2. How many weeks suspension did Davy Fitz get for his antics against Tipperary.
3.Who is the present Galway Senior Hurling Manager.
4.Who is the present Senior Football Manager of Cork
.5. Liam Gavaghan plays number 12 for which County Footballers.
MOVIE NIGHT
On the 18th of May we held the Launch for our Movie Night in association with Eurofins. This unique event will take place on Saturday the 1st of July at our Club Grounds at Clogherane with gates opening at 8.00pm.It is a Family Friendly Event and there will be Strictly No Alcohol. We would expect all Club Members to come on board to help with this venture to make it a complete success.
MATCHES
On Sunday our Seniors traveled to Roanmore for a very useful challenge against Shelamiers of Wexford, also on Sunday our u14s traveled to Lismore to play in a Tournament. We went well in all 3 games and well done to all our lads and thanks to Lismore for the invitation to the tournament. Our Junior hurlers had a good win in Cappoquin against Tallow and our u15s went very well in the 10 a side Tournament on Saturday, well done to all concerned.
GAVIN CROTTY
Was a star for Waterford on Saturday night in the Fraher Field when they were pipped at the post by a much fancied Cork team. Gavin scored a valuable goal after half time and was very prominent in this near historic game.
LADIES FOOTBALL(3 Pictures)
U16 County Champions
The under 16s played their semi final on Monday 23rd of May against Ballysaggart and after a strong display of football they qualified for the final. the final was played Saturday  against the shamrocks playing against a strong wind in the first half they managed to keep the score low. the half time score was Shamrocks 1-2 Dungarvan 0-2. the second half started well with Sarah Lacey scoring a goal despite the goal being well guarded.  This gave the girls the boost they needed and they went on to score 3 more goals and 5 points with the Shamrocks getting 1 point in the second half. Scores on the day  Sarah Lacey 2-3 Mary kate Prendergast 1-1 Rachael Harty 0-1Amy Donnelly 1-0 Katelyn Cliffe 0-2. the final score was Dungarvan 4-7 Shamrocks 1-3. Well done to all the girls and there management team of Catherine Cliffe, Willie Fraher, Seamus Hayes and Sean Tobin.
U14s
The under 14s have played a few games so games so far in the championship but unlucky to loose them they played Eirns own on Monday the 30th. (report next week
U12s
The under 12s played Saint Judes from Dublin in a challenge match on Sunday in Abbeyside, The girls lined out with a very young team made up of mainly under 10s and gave it there all for their two games. The played very well against their A team keeping the score low with a great team effort. The girls played the B team in their second game and got some great scores winning this game,
Congratulations
Congradulations to the Dungarvan Camogie team who won their county final last week and to the under 14s who qualified for their county final which will be played shortly.
Get Well Soon
All in the club would like to wish a speedy recovery to Caoimhe Meehan who had an operation last week in Dublin and to Kerry Dee who also and an operation for a broken wrist during the week. We all hope to see you back playing soon.
Training for the Minor and Adults takes place every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30
Player of the week
This weeks player of the week is Sarah Boyce,. Sarah is one of our youngest and newest players. She is improving with each passing week, and her hard work is really starting to pay off. Despite being one of our youngest players, Sarah`s confidence and skills are growing constantly. Sarah is also the younger sister of Kasey, who is on our under 10 team. We are very proud of both of these girls for all of their hard work, and we know that Kasey is also very proud of her younger sister. Well done Sarah keep up the good work.
CAMOGIEU14 Camogie

Well done to our u14 Camogie girls who travelled to Tramore last Tuesday evening 23rd May to play Gaultier in the Shield semi final.  After a hard fought game our girls came away with the win.  We have now qualified for the final to be played on Saturday 3rd June at a venue TBC, all supporters welcome.

Get well wishes and a speedy recovery to Caoimhe and Kerry who are out of action at the moment.

Date Tuesday 6th June Dungarvan Gaa Notes

LADIES FOOTBALL

U14s

The under 14s played the last game of their championship against Erins Own last Monday night in Dungarvan, A win was needed to qualify for the semi final. The girls were missing a few players on the night and despite playing really well and giving it their best, they were unlucky in the end. Eirns Own scored two late goals and they progressed into the semi final. The majority of these girls still have an u13 and u15 championship to play, starting in July.

U12s

The girls played their first championship match against saint pats last Thursday night in Dungarvan. With the Primary school running county finals on, we were missing a number of players. Despite this the girls played really well but just couldn’t get the scores they needed to get into the game and Saint Pats ran out deserving winners.

Waterford Ladies

Well done to Pat Sullivan and the management team, and the Waterford Ladies footballers on their win over Cork on Sunday in the Munster semi final. Well done to our own Lauren McGregor who is on the team also.

Player of the week.

This weeks player of the week is Aoife Curran. Aoife is on our under 8 team, and is proving to be a strong footballer and great team player.Recently she has taken on the role of goalkeeper, and has taken it in her stride. Aoife is always offering support and encouragement to her team mates, and therefore gets on really well with everyone. Aoife has been putting alot of effort into practicing over the past few weeks, and all of this hard work is really paying off. Well done Aoife keep up the good work.

Well done Hannah.

Well done to our u8/10 coach Hannah O`Mahoney on receiving a “Spirit of Sport Award” in her school recently. Nobody shows the sporting spirit as much as Hannah does, and she even brought the award to training last week to show the girls, and really motivated them to have a similar attitude as she does. Well Done Hannah!

HELMETS
As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.

LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 15, 17, 22 and 24. No Winner, next weeks jackpot is 4500E, NO WINNER of the MATCH 3. Next weeks prize is 200E

QUIZ ANSWERS
1.Who is Tipperary Senior footballers present Goalkeeper. EVAN COMERFORD
2. How many weeks suspension did Davy Fitz get for his antics against Tipperary. 8 WEEKS
3.Who is the present Galway Senior Hurling Manager. MICHAEL DONOGHUE
4.Who is the present Senior Football Manager of Cork. PEADER HEALY
.5. Liam Gavaghan plays number 12 for which County Footballers. LONDON

QUIZ
1. Eoin O Connor plays Full Forward for which County Footballers.
2. What venue did Louth play against Meath in the Leinster Football Championship last weekend.
3. What year did Armagh last win an All Ireland Football Championship.
4. Who won the 1991 Football All Ireland.
5. Who was the Goal Keeper in Galway Footballers 3 in a row in the 1960s.

MOVIE NIGHT
On the 18th of May we held the Launch for our Movie Night in association with Eurofins. This unique event will take place on Saturday the 1st of July at our Club Grounds at Clogherane with gates opening at 8.00pm.It is a Family Friendly Event and there will be Strictly No Alcohol. We would expect all Club Members to come on board to help with this venture to make it a complete success. Tickets are now on sale for this event and can be got from any committee member.

INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL
We travelled the short distance to the Fraher Field last Sunday to take on Stradbally in the latest round of the Intermediate Football, we gave a very poor performance and came away with a loss of 3 18 to 1 7. TEAM, J Havens, S Hyslop, L Egan, S Ryan, C Sheridan, J Curran, C Power, J Allen, A Kirwan, M Devine, S Crotty, J Lacey, D Duggan, L O Callaghan, L Donnelly, C Duggan, M Walsh, J Shaw.

DEISE DRAW
The next Deise Draw is on the 14th of June in Poleberry Waterford the home of Erins Own, The Deise Draw is a great source of funds for the club and we would ask all club members to support the Deise Draw. The coordinator for the Deise Draw is Catherine Lyons.

HURLING ON THE GREEN
The first venue for the HURLING ON THE GREEN will be Colligan View, the now famous event will be on Wednesday 14th of June, parents will also have a chance to buy tickets for the MOVIE NIGHT on the evening.

U11 TOURNMENT(Picture)
Clogherane was a buzz of excitement on Saturday last as our u11s took on Carrigeen of Kilkenny, Aghada of CORK and Moyle Rovers of Tipperary. They won 2 of their games and came 2nd in this wonderful Intercounty tournament, well done to all concerned.

MUNSTER SEMI FINAL
Tickets for the Cork match are now available from the club for the big match in Thurles on the 18th of June, there is also family tickets available.

PREDICTIONS
Last weekend saw Limerick bowing out of the Munster Hurling Championship at the hands of Clare, with 17 people loosing a point in the prediction contest, with the 2 Munster Football Semi finals on next weekend and the Waterford Cork match on the weekend after we will then have a clearer indication of the leaders in the competition.

Fixtures & Results

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FIXTURES :

133RD ANNUAL AGM IN CLUBHOUSE ON SUNDAY DECEMBER 16TH AT 4PM.

 

RESULTS

SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

SATURDAY MARCH 31st ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 3-20 TALLOW 2-13

THURSDAY APRIL 5th ROUND 2 : FOURMILEWATER 0-14 DUNGARVAN 0-13.

FRIDAY JUNE 29TH ROUND 3 : DUNGARVAN 0-13 DE LA SALLE 1-10.

SUNDAY AUGUST 12TH : KNOCKOUT : DUNGARVAN 2-23 LISMORE 2-10 (AET).

SUNDAY AUGUST 26TH : QUARTER FINAL : PASSAGE 5-18 DUNGARVAN 0-15.

SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE

MONDAY MARCH 19th ROUND 1 : RONMORE 0-14 DUNGARVAN 0-13.

SATURDAY MARCH 24th ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 2-18 BALLYDUFF UPPER 0-21.

SUNDAY MAY 6TH ROUND 3 : LISMORE 2-22 DUNGARVAN 1-17.

JOHN A MURPHY SENIOR HURLING CUP FINAL :

DUNGARVAN 2-20 ST ANNE’S WEXFORD 4-12.

SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

SATURDAY APRIL 14th ROUND 1 : PORTLAW 0-9 DUNGARVAN 0-6

SATURDAY APRIL 21st ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 2-18 ARDMORE 2-10.

SATURDAY JULY14TH ROUND 3 : STRADBALLY 3-12 DUNGARVAN 2-11

FRIDAY JULY 27TH : KNOCK OUT : CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-20 DUNGARVAN 0-18 (A.E.T.).

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9TH :  BRICKEYS 3-9 DUNGARVAN 0-15

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH : RELEGATION FINAL : ARDMORE 2-14 DUNGARVAN 1-6.

SENIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

FRIDAY MARCH 9th : ROUND 1 :CLASHMORE/ KINSALEBEG 1-11 DUNGARVAN 0-8

SATURDAY APRIL 21ST : ROUND 2  DUNGARVAN 2-18 ARDMORE 2-10

SUNDAY MAY 20TH : ROUND 3 : RATHGORMACK 2-12 DUNGARVAN 0-11

WEDNESDAY MAY 30TH : ROUND 4 : KILROSSANTY 3-10 DUNGRVAN 1-15.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

FRIDAY APRIL 13th ROUND 1 : STRADBALLY 4-9 DUNGARVAN 2-7

WEDNESDAY MAY 16TH ; BILL HURLEY JUNIOR FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT :CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 3-12 DUNGARVAN 3-10.

FRIDAY MAY 18TH ROUND 2 : GAULTIER 6-15 DUNGARVAN  1-12

Friday May 25th : Round 3 : Ballinameela 4-6 Dungarvan 1-9.

FRIDAY JUNE 1ST  : ROUND 4 : KILROSSANTY 6-8 DUNGARVAN 3-12

FRIDAY JUNE 15TH : KNOCKOUT GAME : DUNGARVAN 1-12 CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-13.

SUNDAY JULY 15TH : QUARTER FINAL : WALKOVER TO GAULTIER.

JUNIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

SATURDAY APRIL 28th  ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 2-11 LISMORE 1-6.

MONDAY JUNE 4TH. ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 2-16 FOURMILEWATER 1-14.

FRIDAY JUNE 8TH ROUND 3 : DUNGARVAN 2-23 TALLOW 1-14.

FRIDAY JUNE 22ND : ROUND 4 : DUNGARVAN 3-22 BALLYDUFF 2-14.

FRIDAY AUGUST 10TH : Western Final : DUNGARVAN 0-15 FOURMILEWATER 0-12

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24TH: COUNTY FINAL : DUNGARVAN 2-7 KILMACTHOMAS 0-13.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 8TH : COUNTY FINAL REPLAY : KILMACTHOMAS 1-10 DUNGARVAN 1-5.

JUNIOR HURLING TOURNAMENT

JOHN McLOUGHLIN CUP SUNDAY APRIL 22nd. CLONEA 5-15 DUNGARVAN 3-18

SATURDAY APRIL 28TH  ROUND 1 :

UNDER21 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

SUNDAY MARCH 11th ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 2-8 ST. OLIVERS 2-7.

SUNDAY MARCH 25th  WESTERN SEMI FINAL : AN GHAELTACHT 6-4 DUNGARVAN 0-2.

UNDER 21 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP :

FRIDAY AUGUST 3RD :  WALK OVER TO ST. CARTHAGES.

MINOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

SUNDAY MARCH 25TH : COIS BHRIDE 4-12 DUNGARVAN 0-1.

TUESDAY MAY 1ST : ST OLIVERS 11-15 DUNGARVAN 3-2

FRIDAY MAY 4TH : BRICKEY RANGERS 1-16 DUNGARVAN 1-4.

MINOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

TUESDAY JULY 3RD : ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 4-15 FOURMILEWATER 1-11.

WEDNESDAY JULY 18TH : ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 4-17 Cappoquin 2-14.

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1ST  ; KILROSSANTY 6-11 DUNGARVAN 3-10.

TUESDAY AUGUST 14TH : DUNGARVAN 4-20 CLASHMORE/ KINSALEBEG 0-15.

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29TH : BALLYDUFF UPPER 8-15  DUNGARVAN 5-13.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH  : ARDMORE 8-15 DUNGARVAN 5-12.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND : KNOCKOUT ; ERINS OWN 3-17 DUNGARVAN 1-14.

JUVENILE RESULTS

UNDER 16 FOOTBALL

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 25th : DUNGARVAN 6-7 STRADBALLY 0-1

SUNDAY MARCH 11th : ST. PATS 4-16 DUNGARVAN 2-1.

FRIDAY APRIL 20th : DUNGARVAN 1-5 CLAN NA GAEL 1-2

MONDAY APRIL 30TH : BRICKEYS 4-14 DUNGARVAN 3-2

WEDNESDAY MAY 2ND : DE LA SALLE 3-4 DUNGARVAN 1-7

UNDER 16 HURLING :

ROUND 1 JUNE 25TH : DUNGARVAN 3-18 PORTLAW 0-6.

Round 2 JULY 23RD : DUNGARVAN 3-11 DE LAS SALLE 2-12

Round 3 AUGUST 8TH : CLAN NA GAEL 7-8 DUNGARVAN 3-4.

ROUND 4 AUGUST 17TH : TRAMORE 5-13 DUNGARVAN 4-9.

PLAY -OFF SEPTEMBER 5TH : DUNGARVAN 2-11 FOURMILEWATER 0-14.

QUARTER FINAL SEPTEMBER 14TH : NAOMH BRID 2-24 DUNGARVAN 1-7.

UNDER14 FOOTBALL

THURSDAY MARCH 8TH : DUNGARVAN 2-15 ARDMORE 1-5

MONDAY APRIL 9th  : DUNGARVAN 5-5 AFFANE 4-4

MONDAY MAY 14TH : WESTERN SEMI FINAL : DUNGARVAN 7-11 AFFANE 2-3

SATURDAY MAY 26TH : WESTERN FINAL DUNGARVAN 3-6 ST. OLIVERS 2-2.

SATURDAY JUNE 16TH : COUNTY FINAL : ST. SAVIOURS  3-6 DUNGARVAN3-3.

UNDER 14 HURLING :

MONDAY JUNE 18TH : DUNGARVAN 0-9 TRAMORE 1-5.

TUESDAY JUNE 26TH  : COIS BHRIDE 2-10 DUGARVAN 1-8.

MONDAY JULY 30TH : CONCEDED TO PASSAGE

MONDAY AUGUST 13TH ; ROANMORE 1-7 DUNGARVAN 1-4

MONDAY AUGUST 27TH : PLAY OFF : ST. PATS 5-13 DUNGARVAN  2-12.

UNDER 12 HURLING

FRIDAY APRIL 27th : ST. OLIVERS 3-4 DUNGARVAN 1-4

FRIDAY MAY 11TH : DUNGARVAN 5-6 CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-1.

WEDNESDAY JUNE 6TH : DUNGARVAN 6-3 ST. PATS 3-3.

FRIDAY MAY 22ND : DUNGARVAN 1-2 ABBEYSIDE 1-1.

UNDER 12 FOOTBALL

FRIDAY AUGUST 3RD : WALKOVER TO CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28TH : DUNGARVAN 1-2 AFRFANE 1-1.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 4TH : DUNGARVAN 1-6 ST. CARTHAGES 2-3.

UNDER 11 HURLING

FRIDAY APRIL 6TH ROUND 1 : COIS BHRIDE 3-3 DUNGARVAN 1-3.

FRIDAY APRIL 20TH ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 1-2 ABBEYSIDE 1-1.

Friday may 4th ROUND 3 : DUNGARVAN 5-3 BALLYDUFF UPPER 3-0.

FRIDAY JUNE 1ST : ROUNDN4 : DUNGARVAN 4-7 CAPPOQUIN 4-1.

WEDNESDAY JULY 4TH : ROUND 5 : DUNGARVAN 3-3 ST. CARTHAGES 2-3.

UNDER 11 FOOTBALL :

FRIDAY JULY 20TH  : COIS BHRIDE 1-2 DUNGARVAN 1-1.

FRIDAY JULY 27TH : BRICKEYS 1-2 DUNGARVAN 1-1.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH : DUNGARVAN 7-5 BALLYDUFF UPPER 4-3.

 

 

 

 

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About Dungarvan GAA Club

Dungarvan GAA Club was affiliated to the Gaelic Athletic Association on June the 1st 1885 - the first club in Waterford to do so. Through thick and thin, good times and bad, we have stayed the pace, and to-day we are the oldest - and I dare say the best - club in the county. We stand uniquely alone as the only club in the Decies to have won county championships in every grade from Under 12 up to senior in both codes.

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Dungarvan GAA Club
Clogherane,
Dungarvan, Co. Waterford,
Ireland

Phone: (087)7977272

Email: info@dungarvangaa.ie

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