*Wow, what a great weekend our players had. From the tiniest U8’s to our
fab minors, it was just pure GAA. Give yourselves a big pat on the back.
Overall it was a fantastic weekend for the Club’s girls and boys juvenile
section. There’s superb work being done across the board.*

Starting with those precious little U8’s that made their debut this weekend
in hurling no less. They had the best fun ever.

*On to our U10 boys that decided ‘This hurling is really good stuff ‘so
they won, won, won. Yep all three teams. *

Our U15 footballers had a good three-point win at home vs Templeogue Synge
St on Sunday.

*Well done to our U13 girls that had an unbelievably superb win on Saturday
vs Castleknock. Our young girls travelled very well indeed.*

While it was a bit of a mixed bag for our U14’s. Our first team had a
tremendous win away to Skerries harps. While our second team had hard luck
to be narrowly beaten in their away game to Beann Eadair.

*There was only one of our U12 hurlers playing this weekend and that
resulted in an O’Toole’s win vs Whitehall. *

Our U14 girls were at home for their first game of the season and they
proved home is where the heart is, as they had a mighty win vs Ranelage

*Our U16 boys football team stayed at home for their win on Saturday vs
Kilmacud Crokes in the league. *

Not forgetting our minor footballers that had a good home win vs St
Patrick’s P in their league on Sunday. It was due to a great team effort.
Each and every lad played their part in this sweet victory.

*Our U16 girls also stayed and played on home turf for their first game,
first win. And what a win it was vs Castleknock*

Our U12 hurlers were away to St Jude’s last Friday where we had a very nice

*Our senior ladies started back training last Tuesday. There was a very
good turnout. Going forward they will train each Tuesday and Thursday 7 to
8pm. If you or some girl are interested in playing senior football, please
come along any of these evenings to meet with the girls. New or returning
players are always welcome in O’Toole’s.*

Hopefully I didn’t leave anyone out. It’s onward and up from here on in.
Well done to all.

*Dates for our hugely popular Easter Camps are:*

*Junior camp 4 to 7yr olds, Tuesday 7th to Thursday 9th April*

*Senior camp 8 to 12yr olds, Tuesday 14th to Thursday 16th April*

*The camps run from 10am to 1pm each day @ €30 per child*

*For information call David on 086 3101034 or Hellen 086 3060254 or Kelly
(evenings or weekends only) 085 1600381*

****places will be limited, so booking early is essential.*

On Saturday last, 8 of our U16 girls, along with Barry Costello and Kate &
Tara Fitzgibbons (and many more) completed a charity ‘Run a Muck’ in aid od
of Barry’s sister Sinead, who they hope to raise enough funds to send her
for MS treatment to Mexico. They are still accepting sponsorship, if you
would like to help please message Barry on 087 0512582 and he will send you
the link.

*O’Toole’s Café is now open every Saturday morning 9 to 12 noon, serving
teas, coffees, pastries and the best sausage rolls on the northside. Just
the thing on a cool damp morning.*

It is with great sorrow we send our deepest sympathies and sincerest
thoughts to the Minnock and Grant families on the sad loss of Nuala, who
was tragically taken from her family last Wednesday.

*Entertainment in our lounge this weekend: Saturday ‘Jack to Jack’ and
Sunday ‘Martin Kenny’. Keep an eye out for our St Patrick’s day line out*

€930 is the jackpot this week for our ‘Find the Joker’ card game.

*There was no winner of our Thursday night ‘Live’ Club Lotto draw. the
numbers were 10, 15, 17, 24. This week the jackpot is €4,500*