Skerries Harps Club Notes 5th October 2020

posted 5 Oct 2020, 11:36 by Skerries Harps

Another busy morning at our Juvenile Academy on Saturday.  A reminder to all Parents attending, under GAA Covid Protocols 1 parent per child is permitted to attend in a welfare/safeguarding capacity.

Where possible we ask that siblings do not attend, this is to ensure reduced social contacts at the sessions in line with Public Health advice.

We ask that all parents maintain social distancing of 2m while in attendance, and remain behind the pitch railings & do not enter the pitch area during the session.

Please continue to adhere to the 1 way entry/exit system &ensure the Return to Play attestation is completed each Sat morning prior to attending.

Results for the last week


Junior Ladies Football lost to St Sylvesters

Senior Ladies Football lost to Na Fianna


Junior Ladies Football lost to Naomh Mearnog

Senior Ladies Football lost to O'Dwyers

To view all recent results go to

Upcoming Fixtures

The GAA & LGFA today endorsed a decision to suspend all club games at all levels with immediate effect & until further notice. An update from the Camogie Association is expected later today.

Training will continue to be permitted as per the guidelines outlined for the relevant levels in the Government's National Framework for living with Covid19

Zingo Result 04-October

Zingo draw took place on Sunday evening, the numbers drawn were 6-5-4-2-7-1-3 & there were no winners of the Jackpot or the Dividend.  Next week's Jackpot €3,300 Dividend €250. 

We would encourage regular weekly players to sign up online through the following link Zingo Online Sign up 

This is currently our only source of fundraising & any support you can give would be greatly appreciated! Thanks to all who play online or by standing order...your continued support is appreciated!

Club Shop

Club Shop will be open on Thursday nights from 8 - 9pm for anyone needing shorts, socks, skorts, gloves, gumshields etc. 

Club Bar

The Club Bar remains closed inline with Covid 19 restrictions in Dublin