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Lucan Sarsfields Club Notes Monday 10th July   10/07/2017

The postponed Car Draw will take place on the night of the 26th August when Aslan play at Lucan Sarsfields. Tickets for Aslan are available online form Ticketmaster.ie.


Last week there was no winner of the €6,600 lotto and the numbers were 19, 25, 26 and 27. This weeks €7,000 draw will be managed by Team Shay Hursonand is sponsored by Finnstown Pharmacy. Tickets can be purchased online, at the club, in Carey’s Newsagents or in Vesey Arms or Kenny’s Bar.


Senior Footballs next league game is on Wednesday evening at home to Clontarf, while Junior footballers have a Championship Semi Final away to St Margarets on Tuesday evening 7:30pm, all support welcome.


Dublin Senior Camogie had a two point win over Waterford helped y Lucan's Emma Flanagan, Ali Twomey and Maree Moynihan.


Senior Hurling came away from St Annes Park with a draw from their Raheny encounter, next up us a home encounter with Naomh Olaf on the 22/7.


Ladies football next game is a Championship encounter on Wednesday evening at home to Westmanstown Gaels. The timing of the Ladies Football and Senior Mens games is unconfirmed but may be a 7pm and 8:15pm games.


Lucan Sarsfields Golf Society next outing will take place at Tulfarris Golf Club on Saturday 22nd July from 9.30am to 10.50am. To request a tee time please text John Clancy at 086 0412953 as soon as possible but no later than 6pm on Sunday 16th July. New members are always very welcome.  

The annual Family Fun day originally scheduled for Saturday 1st July has now been moved to later in the Summer.


Bingo continues on Wednesday 8:00pm in the club bar.


Club Shop is closed for its summer break. Items can still be purchased online or in O’Neil shop on the Long Mile Road.


Lucan District Credit Union Academy are also on their summer break.


Match Reports from Hurling

Adult hurlers played 3 games this week with the seniors drawing in the league, while the Junior B's had a championship loss and a league win. Junior As unfortunately were unable to field for league game v Clontarf. Match reports below.

AHL2: Lucan Sarsfields 0-16 Raheny 0-13.
Lucan had to share the points at the end despite leading throughout as a late rally from Raheny got them level at the death. A depleted Lucan started brightly and got the first 5 scores but Raheny gradually got in to the game and Lucan lead by just 3 at half time, 0-9 to 0-6. Lucan started the second half well and had stretched the lead to 6 again with 15 to play. However Raheny finished stronger and a goal with 5 mins to play left just a point in it and they eventually got the final free chance to level it.  Matt McCaffrey dominated in the middle while brother Johnny lead a solid defence. Paul Crummey and Aidan Roche worked hard in the forwards while Gary Coleman took his chances well.
Lucan Team/Scorers: K Roche, M May, P Smith, N Gleeson, T Somers (0-5f), J McCaffrey, C Keenan, M McCaffrey (0-1), R Smith, A Roche (0-2), P Crummey (0-3), A O'Neill, G Coleman (0-4), P Rigney (0-1), D Brennan. Sub; P Kelly.

JEHC: Castleknock 3-13 Lucan Sarsfields 1-11.
Both teams qualified for the quarterfinals but  Castleknock claimed the home berth with this 8 point win over Lucan junior B's. Lucan started well with Killian Boylan getting an early goal and a couple of nice points. Castleknock fought back and got two goals to lead 2-6 to 1-4 at the break.  Lucan were better in the second half and had got the deficit back to just 1 point with 10minutes to play. However a few chances went a begging and Castleknock got on top again with another goal and finished comfortable winners.
Lucan team/scorers: E Gately, S Stapleton, A Flanagan, S Farrell, J Cavanagh, S O'Keeffe, R Ennis, S Newcombe 0-1, D Ryan, A Glover 0-1,  D Reidy 0-1, S Alamgir 0-2, K Boylan 1-3, M Quaid, K Masterson 0-3 (0-2f, 0-1s) Subs: B Graydon, D Quinn, E Byrne, C Downes, M Condon.

AHL8: Lucan Sarsfields 2-11 St Peregrines 1-9.
Lucan Junior B's started slowly allowing Peregrines to score 3 points before our first point . Peregrines continued to lead through  the first half despite our best efforts  with a half time score of 1-5 to 0-5. The breeze  across the pitch pulled several of our efforts  to the left and wide.

At half time there was a bit of straight  talking  and we took to the field for the second half intent on not coming off the field without  110% from every player. We started to get back into the game and played for each other. We used the ball better and we narrowed the gap to 2 points when Peregrines  were awarded a penalty.  Fair play to Eoghan Gateley who pulled off a tremendous  save to keep us in the game.

That save was followed  by a solo by Eoin Byrne  who turned the tide by scoring a goal to put us in front for the first time. Five minutes  later Mark Condon scored a second goal for Lucan. Aidan Glover got 3 nice points in the space of 5 mins. With a few minutes to go we were 5 points up having outscored Peregrines 2-6 to 0-4 in the second half. We held the line thanks to some ferocious  defending by our backs and came out winners 2-11 to 1-9.

Team/Scorers: Eoghan Gateley   Sean Stapleton   Alan Flanagan   Sujon Alamgir   Simon OKeeffe  (0-1)  Mark Quaid   Ger Twohig ( 0-1) Eoin Byrne  (1-0)  Keith Masterson  (0-4) Aidan Glover  (0-3) Darragh Quinn  (0-2) Mark Condon  (1-0)  Brian Mahon   Ciaran Byrne.






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