Skerries Harps Newsletter 21th April 2014

posted 22 Apr 2014, 01:26 by Skerries Harps

Congrats to Eoin McGinley and Paul Cashman who were on Dublin,s U21 panel that qualified for the U21 All-Ireland football final and face Roscommon in the Final on May 3rd. Best of luck to Bryan Cullen with Dublin in league final V Derry next Sunday, and to Lyndsey Davey in league semi final V Monaghan also on Sunday. The Clubhouse will be open for League Final Dublin V Derry. All very welcome.

Well done to Stephen and all involved in a very successful Easter Hurling / Camogie tournament held last week. Thanks to the Sports Shop for their very generous sponsorship, and to all the children, and parents for their support.

The Primary Schools Tournament will begin on Mon 5th May and will continue for the following five Mondays ( Bank Holidays included). The competition will be open to all Boys and Girls in All local Primary schools for 3rd, 4th, 5yh and 6th classes. Looking forward to seeing you all there. More Info later.

Good wins during last week for the Senior Camogie and Ladies Fooballers and they remain unbeaten.

Fixtures: Tues 22nd Senior Camogie V St.Judes Home 7pm. Wed 16th Minor Football V St.Sylvesters Home 7pm. Thurs 10th Junior Camogie V BBSE Away 7pm.

For all other results and fixtures and updated news see website

Any team interested in having a fundraiser on Sunday 25th May in conjunction with An Post Ras Street Party. Theme this year " Fitness for All" can Contact Fergal 0868984657 for booking, first come first serve.

Juvenile games meeting every Thurs 9pm followed by Adult Games meeting at 10pm.

Zingo result: 7-2-4-5-3-6-1. No Jackpot winner. Jackpot now €4,700.  Why not Play this week and help your club!! All proceeds go to the day to day running of the Harps.  Next Draw Thursday night in The Snug at 10.30pm.Envelopes €2 from Gary Holland or by quarterly bank standing order or play on-line at

While work continues on New Clubhouse, Car Park will remain closed. Access to pitch is via steps/gate on left hand side. See website for alternate parking arrangements.

The club extends its sympathy to the O'Brien family on the death of Tony's mother Kay during the week. May she rest in peace.