U16 D1 Camogie Team win Shield final

 

Congrats & well done to the Celbridge U16 D1 Camogie team as they took a convincing win in the Shield final, Monday 7 may, in Eire Og against Maynooth/Straffan amalgamation.

Our thanks to the mentor team of Mark Browne & Cormac Murray for their time & dedication with the team over the years. As always, our thanks to the parents for all their continued support and efforts.

U16 Football division 5 final winners.

Congrats to the U15 footballers. This morning, Saturday 5-May, in Hawkfield as the Celbridge U15's (2003 born) played the KWETB U16 Football division 5 final vs Clane GAA.

Celbridge won by a single point, 2-08 to 1-10 after extra time in a tough match played in warm conditions where every Celbridge player gave their all to bring home the trophy!

They were "out on their feet" at the final whistle, & they are a credit to themselves, their families & Celbridge GAA and fully deserved the win after their efforts this year.

Our thanks to the mentor team of Chris Treacy & Maurice Cuffe for their time & dedication with the team over the years. As always, our thanks to the parents for all their continued support and efforts.

We have to thank U11 dual player Cillian Treacy for taking this gallery, 1 of 3, for us to enjoy. Quite an achievement in itself, by this young and talented photographer using a full DSLR camera.

Calling all Refs!!


Can all refs once they turn 16 please submit their online vetting (with Parental consent form).
This is a legal requirement.

Thanks for your cooperation on this.

Niamh O’Donovan
Children’s Officer


http://www.gaa.ie/mm/Document/TheGAA/ChildProtectionandWelfare/12/73/47/3NVB3ParentGuardianConsentForm_Neutral.pdf

http://www.gaa.ie/mm/Document/TheGAA/ChildProtectionandWelfare/13/49/11/GAAEVettingIDForm_Neutral.pdf

https://gaa.flowforma.com/Lists/Forms/NewForm.aspx?FlowId=7

 

Leinster U13 Football cross County Champions


 April 14 : Well done to the lads this afternoon.

Final score Celbridge 3-5 V St Joseph’s 2-3

A great game of football.The lads had to work very hard against the wind in the second half but fully deserved their win.

Thanks to all the parents for coming to support the boys.