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RACE NIGHT 2018

Posted on: August 9th, 2018 by admin No Comments

Date for your diary folks – – – 15th September
Come join us for a fun night of entertainment in the Arch bar.

Cost to become an –
Owner €10/ Trainer €10/ Jockey €10
All three for just €25

For more info contact Mairead on 087-6479514 or any Committee member.RACE NIGHT 2018

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Leinster Champions

Posted on: July 23rd, 2018 by admin No Comments

Meath are Leinster Minor Champions.
Congratulations to all the Meath lads and especially all involved from our own club. Captained by Mathew Costello (who also was on the Leinster Champions Under 17 team last year) and Luke Mitchell who was Meath’s top scorer and was awarded the Electric Ireland Man of the Match.
We also had two Dunshaughlin Mentors Paul Nestor and Paul Murphy.
A great day for Meath football and proud day for Dunshaughlin GAA. Best of luck from all in Dunshaughlin GAA in the All-Ireland Quarter Final next Saturday against Derry in Armagh at 3pm.

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Leinster Minor Football Final

Posted on: July 19th, 2018 by admin

Dunshaughlin GAA wish Mathew Costello (captain) and Luke Mitchell and all the Meath team the very best as they take on Kildare in the Leinster Minor Final on Saturday in Tullamore at 2pm.
We also have two selectors involved Paul Nestor and Paul Murphy.
Come on the Royals!!

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Under 19 Final

Posted on: July 17th, 2018 by admin

Our under 19’s meet Simonstown in the Group B final Wednesday evening in Dunganny at 7pm
Best of luck to all the lads and can as many as possible get down to Dunganny to support the team.
The teams met earlier in the league with Simonstown winning an exciting and high scoring match by 2 pts on a scoreline of 5-10 to 1-20. The final should provide the supporters with another good game of football as both teams play attacking football. Dunshaughlin’s strength of panel will be fully examined with holidays and county minor players accounting for seven of the panel not available to line out. As with all the games that have gone before it, it will be the strength of character and strong attitude of this group of players that will give them a fighting chance of bringing the title home to Dunshaughlin. All support welcome.
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Dunshaughlin Kellogg’s Cul Camp

Posted on: July 10th, 2018 by admin

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps
Dunshaughlin July 23rd to July 27th
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Register online at gaa.ie/Kelloggsculcamps.

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games

Activities are player-centred with a Games Based approach with a strong emphasis being placed on personal development and well-being. Activities are also organised in an age-appropriate manner with a view to:

Optimise learning

Enhance friendships

Improve physical & psychological Well-being

Promote school and club links

OTHER KEY FEATURES ATTACHING TO THE KELLOGG’S GAA CÚL CAMPS

The camps are structured so that a different aspect of the game is worked on each day.
The programme involves coaching specific skills of the game and provide the opportunity for children to put into practice what they have learned through small sided games.
During the camp week, a “blitz” is organised to provide each child with an introduction to competitive games.
Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps – are organised throughout the summer from Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 2.30pm, in all 32 Counties and overseas. (see Camp venues for dates).

Attendance is open to primary school children aged 6 years to 13 years.

What To Bring:

Packed Lunch + Drink
Hurley and Helmet for Hurling and Camogie
Mouthguard for Football
Suitable playing gear, tracksuit, shorts, runners, boots
Rain jacket and changes of gear on wet days
Sun cream and baseball hat
Towel
Water
COST:

In the ROI €60 for 1st. child; €50 for 2nd child; €40 for 3rd and subsequent children.

In NI £45 for 1st child; £40 for 2nd child ; £35 for 3rd and subsequent children.

For children attending a second camp, without gear, the cost is €35 in ROI and £30 in NI.

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National Feile comes to Dunshaughlin

Posted on: June 27th, 2018 by admin

The U14 National Feile is coming to Meath and clubs across the county will be busy hosting games this coming weekend. Our boys team are hosting Strokestown from Roscommon and our girls team are hosting Derrynoose from Armagh. Other teams from around the country will be playing in Dunshaughlin as well. The games will begin on Friday evening June 29th and all day on the Saturday 30th. A very special thanks to everyone in the club involved in organising the event, the parents, families and friends and the local businesses who have supported us. We would like extend a welcome everyone to come down and celebrate the occasion with us and we want to wish our teams, the players and mentors the very best of luck. Untitled-1

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Feile

Posted on: June 26th, 2018 by admin

The Feile countdown is on and excitement is building with the signs, flags and bunting around the village as we prepare for the visiting Clubs from around the country including our hosted Clubs St Mochua, Derrynoose from Armagh and Strokestown from Roscommon. There is also great excitement among our own Feile boys & girls teams who have both been kitted out in their new team kits. See below for the fixtures involving our own teams.
Dunshaughlin Boys Féile Fixtures
Friday 29th June in Ashbourne
Pitch 2 5.00pm Dunshaughlin (An Mhí) V J.K.Brackens (Tipperary)
Pitch 1 6:30pm Donaghmore/Ashbourne B V Dunshaughlin (AnMhí)
Saturday 30th June in Dunshaughlin
Pitch 1 10:00am Dunshaughlin (An Mhí) V Strokestown (Roscommon)
Dunshaughlin host Strokestown (Roscommon)

Royal Gaels (Dunshaughlin) Féile Fixtures
Friday 29th June in Dunshaughlin
Pitch 1 5.45pm Royal Gaels (An Mhí) V Doora Barefield (Clare)
Pitch 1 7:15pm Royal Gaels (An Mhí) V St. Peter’s Dunboyne (An Mhí)
Saturday 30th June in Dunshaughlin
Pitch 1 10:45am Royal Gaels (An Mhí) V St. Mochua, Derrynoose (Armagh)
Royal Gaels host St. Mochua, Derrynoose (Armagh)

Dunshaughlin u15's seven a side champions

Under 15’s win 7 a side

Posted on: June 24th, 2018 by admin

Dunshaughlin u15’s won the Meath u15 seven a side competition on Saturday afternoon. They took top spot in the group stages winning all their games and won the final defeating their great rivals St. Colmcilles. Dunshaughlin beat Navan O’ Mahony’s, Blackhall Gaels & St. Ultans/Cortown in the group stages, the Dunshaughlin lads then went on to beat Gael Colmcille in the quarter final, St. Mary’s in the semi and the beat the lads from the east coast 11 points to 5 in the final.

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Death of Patsy McLoughlin

Posted on: June 11th, 2018 by admin

Dunshaughlin GAA is sad to announce the death of club legend Patsy McLoughlin and sends its sincerest sympathy, thoughts and prayers to his daughter Anne, son in law Mark and his grandchildren Lorna, Dane, Gary and Matthew and his great grandchildren Evelyn and Daisy May. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilís.

Few people in any club could hope to equal Patsy’s contribution to the GAA. His career with the club began over seventy years ago and during his playing career he was a regular in the number two jersey where he was the essence of reliability. He was a member of the team that won the club’s first ever football championship in 1951, beating Carnaross in the Junior Final. He captained the club in 1954 and served as Chairman or Vice Chairman in each of the four decades from the 1950s. He also served the GAA at county level, as Chairman of the Meath Juvenile Board for four years, 1969-72 and Deputy Vice Chairman of the County Board in 1979. He was one of the foremost referees in the county in the 1950s and 1960s when he refereed a number of Leinster championship games. Patsy was the club’s delegate to the county board for a couple of decades and he was Club President for many years. Patsy and his late wife, Daisy, were great supporters of the Meath team and rarely missed a championship game together.

Along with Jim Gilligan, he compiled a history of the club, Black and Amber, in centenary year 1984 and contributed to the updated version published in 2015. He had an encyclopedic knowledge of the GAA in Dunshaughlin and of all who ever donned the black and amber. He could recall details of matches long past and recount the seed and breed of players of yore. Patsy was the winner of the club’s Hall of Fame in 1999, the Meath County Board Hall of Fame in 2003 and had the honour of throwing in the ball for the county final in 2000, when Dunshaughlin captured its first ever senior football title. He had a great interest in juvenile football and was present at the meeting that revived the St. Martins Juvenile club in 1985. In his younger days he was also a capable cross country runner with the St Martin’s Athletic Club.

Patsy was a welcoming presence to all in Dunshaughlin GAA club, a presence that will be sorely missed by all who follow and support the Black and Amber.
Reposing at his daughter Anne’s home(Grange End) from 2pm until 8pm on Tuesday. Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 12 o’ clock in St. Patrick and Seachnaill’s Church, Dunshaughlin followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.

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Dunshaughlin senior team presentation to club minors on Meath team.

Posted on: May 22nd, 2018 by admin

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A presentation from the Dunshaughlin senior team and management to Meath minor players Luke Mitchell and Matthew Costello (captain) ahead of the next round of the championship against Dublin in Navan tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 7pm. Pictured with Luke and Matthew are  Niall Murphy & Tommy Johnson.
Also present at the presentation to Luke and Matthew were two of the selectors on the team Paul Nestor & Paul Murphy, Eamon Dunne (vice chairman), Colm Bracken (Chairman) & Anthony Moyles (Senior manager).

The club send their best wishes to Matthew, Luke and the whole Meath team for tomorrow evening’s encounter.