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We are the Champions

Hi all, What a great weekend we had with both the U14 and U15 Girls winning both Camogie finals. What a great achievement by the players, the coaches and the parents. Well done everyone.Please ensure to like and Share match pics on Social Media. 

U14 Match report: Stars of Erin 3-03 v. Erin go Bragh 0-04 The 25 July was a beautiful day in Glencullen, the U14 Stars Girls team played in their Camogie League Final against the girls from Erin go Bragh.  A brilliant victory for Stars of Erin following on from a great victory for the U15 camogie team only a couple of hours earlier in the day. It was an action packed hour and the girls from Erin go Bragh were very worthy opponents. For the most part the teams were evenly matched and it was a very physical tough match. Our captain Sarah Sherman who led by example from midfield was immense and every girl in the team gave a 110% for every challenge. Three girls from our U12 team also played, they gave a super performance and also made contributions on the scoreboard.  Special thanks to Clara, Alanna and Lilly May.  Thank you to all the Parents, Grandparents, family and friends for coming out to support and see our Stars perform with some great teamwork by everyone that led to this victory.  Thanks to the girls for their dedication and hard work over the past few months. After the celebrations of the day Paul Campbell now wants the girls to get focussed on their league football final for next Sunday again at home in Glencullen against Lucan Sarsfields at 1:30pm. This will be another tough match – good luck to our captain Sadhbh Longmore and her entire team. The day was topped off with a birthday cake for two girls. Holly who was 12 and Emeír who was allegedly 40 ??Also special thanks to Linda and all the Mums for organising party bags for both teams 

U15 Girls: Our Under 15 Girls have won their Division 4 Camogie Final in blistering sunshine in Portmarnock. Amazing result for an amazing group of girls and coaches.They won with a great score of 7:2 to 2:3.  

Award of the Week: Would normally go to both teams above, but with our club legend in the papers last week, and a great article it was, our award goes to Paudge McHugh.Check out the piece if you haven’t already read it.https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/dublin-gaa/dublin-club-legend-home-of-the-stars-pleases-club-president-paudge-mchugh-40669976.html 

Dublin Ticket news: Please see ticket link below to purchase tickets for the All-Ireland SHC quarter-final Dublin v Cork this Saturday 31st July in Semple Stadium, Thurles.https://am.ticketmaster.com/gaa/dubahss3107 Tickets are allocated in pods of 2’s and 4’s to maximise capacity and also for social distancing purposes.Tickets are €30 each with no concessions.This is a unique Dublin GAA link,  we ask that you only forward the link to members and do not share it on social media.

Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. Have a great week, From all at Stars, Clive