Defribulator Course Please Attend - Thursday 7th (contact Bill 087 653 8252)
A defribulator training course is being run in the club this Thursday 7th March, 6.30-9.30pm. To attend, please confirm a place with Bill on 087 653 8252.
The club recently received three new defribulator units. We would like to train 32 volunteers in their use. The more people confident in their use the better for all our players and supporters. Parents, please put yourself forward for training.
Best wishes to everyone taking part in the 3rd edition of the Peamount Cup this weekend. Why not pay our tournament sponsor Kidspace, children’s indoor play centre Rathcoole, a visit over the mid term?
Congratulations to Eleanor Ryan Doyle who won the Player of the month
A big thank you to Deirdre, Darragh, Moyers R&R for Sponsoring our U14 Team Wear
A big thank you to Rathcoole Motor Factors who sponsored our U10 team
The Republic of Ireland Women’s Under 17s qualified for this summer’s UEFA Women’s Under 17 European Championships following a 1-0 win over Hungary.
The narrow victory saw Dave Bell’s side end their three Elite Round games unbeaten with seven points and top of Group 4 – having previously beaten hosts Serbia and drawn with Scotland.A single goal from Heather Payne on 13 minutes proved to be enough for Ireland to claim the win that they needed, but they were the more dominant of the two sides and that was a common trend throughout their qualifying campaign.Sometimes it takes a moment of magic to deliver a desired result and that is exactly what happened when Peamount United ace Payne used her wand of a foot to fire in a free-kick from distance. There was no looking back after that.Republic of Ireland: Turner; Grier, Ruddy, Doyle; Fahey (Spillane 53), McGovern, Toland, Mackey; Payne, McManus, McEvoy.Hungary: Terestyenyi; Csolti, Fordos, Kovacs, Nagy; Pulins, Vachter (Dorner 73), Tolnai (Kovacs 52); Pintye, Nagy (Pusztai 51), Czeller.Referee: Vera Opeykina (Russia).
Our under 18s are looking to add players. If interested contact Gerry or Bracey 087 7997144
With a place at this summer’s UEFA Women’s Under 17 European Championships at stake, Dave Bell has selected a strong Republic of Ireland squad for their three Elite Round games.Republic of Ireland WU17 SquadGoalkeepers: Rachael Kelly (Shelbourne Ladies), Erica Turner (UCD Waves) Defenders: Sadhbh Doyle (Galway WFC), Tiegan Ruddy (Shelbourne Ladies), Chloe Singleton (Peamount United), Roisin McGovern (Enniskerry), Bethany Carroll (Kilkenny United WFC), Lauryn Grier (Kentstown Rovers) Midfielders: Heather Payne, Aisling Spillane, Gillian Keenan, Doireann Fahy (Peamount United), Megan Mackey (Chelsea Ladies), Tyler Toland (Maiden City) Forwards: Carla McManus (Peamount United), Alannah McEvoy, Isibeal Atkinson (Enniskerry), Eabha O’Mahony (Lakewood)
The awards ceremony for the season will take place on Thursday, January 12th at the Guinness Storehouse at 12.30pm.Galway’s Sadhbh Doyle and Peamount’s Roma McLaughlin are up against Kiernan for the Young Player of the Year award whilst Peamount striker Amber Barrett will be presented with the Irish Daily Mail Golden Boot award after scoring 16 goals during the 2016 campaign.The 2016 Team of the Year features five Shelbourne Ladies players as well as three UCD Waves players, Roma McLaughlin and Amber Barrett from Peamount United and Chloe Moloney from Galway WFC.