Monday, June 10, 2013
The numbers drawn on Friday, 7th June were 4, 9, 17 and 20 so unfortunately, there was no Match 4 winner of the Club Lotto jackpot. Vincent Duffy was the name pulled out of the hat in the Lucky Dip draw and receives €25. Next week, the jackpot goes up to the nice round figure of €3,000 and as always, we encourage members to register to play online or to promote the Lotto to others. Further details are available at www.brayemmets.com.
County Senior Hurling Championship
Bray Emmets continue their 2013 Coogan Steel Tinahely Senior Hurling Championship campaign this weekend when they face Avondale in Arklow at 1.30 p.m. on Sunday, 16th June. After last Saturday’s superb result against Arklow Rock Parnells, hopes are high of securing a second win in the competition. The players greatly appreciate the followers who made the trip to Aughrim last weekend so we ask all members to show their support for the players again on Sunday.
Wicklow V Meath
The Wicklow County Senior Footballers take on Meath in the Leinster Championship at 7.30 p.m. on Saturday, 15th June in Aughrim. All in Bray Emmets wish our Club mate Luke Benson and the rest of the Wicklow squad the best in what promises to be a fascinating battle to see who will face Wexford in the semi-final at Croke Park later in the month.
Winning start in Senior Hurling Championship
Well done to our U-13 players, Ciarán McKay and Cian Lohan on their recent successes in the Wicklow Races. Ciarán won the gold medal in the Kick Fada competition while Cian won a silver medal in the Poc Fada, much to the delight of their school friends and teachers in Scoil Chualann.
The Senior Hurlers got their summer campaign off to a winning start on Saturday night when they faced Arklow Rock Parnells in the first round of the Coogan Steel Tinahely Senior Hurling Championship. A strong first-half performance capped by two goals from John Henderson laid the foundations for victory with Emmets leading 2-9 to 0-5 at the break. The second half was a more even affair but Bray’s comfortable lead was never in doubt. Final score: Bray Emmets 2-15 Arklow Rock Parnells 1-10.Junior Hurlers face old rivals Glenealy
Team: P. O’Reilly, E. Keating, P. Kiely, R. O’Brien, L. O’Reilly, J. Doyle, H. Stephenson, K. Lacey, E. Mason, P. Lee, C. Moorehouse, J.Henderson, T. Cash, B. Duggan, M. Lee.
The Junior Hurlers were back on winning form on Wednesday night when they faced old rivals Glenealy at home at Páirc Emmet Bhré in fine, sunny conditions. This was a tight contest at times but the Emmets men got some vital scores at crucial times to win out in the end. Team: P. O’Reilly, B. Brazil, D. Eglington, E. O Maolmhuaidh, C. O Maolmhuaidh, J. Lee, K. Lacey, N. Sweeney, P. Barry, M. Walsh, L. O’Reilly, D. Maloney, B. Duggan, S. Maloney. Subs: W. Nolan for D. Maloney, O. Brazil for Lee. U12 edged out in high scoring encounter
The U-12 Hurlers played against St Judes on Saturday morning, 8th June. In the searing heat both teams were completely drained by the final whistle. Nevertheless the scoring was fast and furious from the throw-in. Great scores came from Luke Brandon, David Martin and midfielder Aaron Graham. In the second-half, the tireless David Maloney and Peter Aherne played vital roles. Jamie Baguley dispatched the sliotar clinically to the back of the net on two occasions giving Bray every advantage. However in the end, one single point separated these commendable young players. Tá traenáil peile ar siúl againn ar an Máirt ag 7pm i bPáirc Emmet Bhré. Final score: St Judes 9-7 Emmet Bhré 9-6. U13 hurlers take league leaders
Emmet Bhré U-12: Aaron Graham (1-0), David Martin (1-0), David Maloney (0-1), Gavin Henderson (1-0), Jamie Baguley (2-0), Luke Brandon (1-0), Michael Timmons, Peter Aherne, Rory Lambe (2-4), Seán McDonagh (0-1). Bainisteoir - Brian Lambe
The U-13 hurlers faced unbeaten league leaders Sylvesters in Páirc Emmet Bhré on Saturday, 1st June. This was a game that was drumming up some excitement as The Evening Herald were also in attendance. The first-half started with a flurry of good scores. Ben Kearney and Sid Hunt did a lot of hard work which resulted in scores for David Maloney and Cian Lohan among others. The Malahide men led at the break but Bray Emmets were kick started into top gear in the second period with towering performances from Ciarán McKay and Ronan McMahon in particular. The sequence began with an opportune goal from Rory Lambe, quickly followed by goals from Macdara Ó Midheach and the sharp-shooting Joe Phelan. Other modest players very worthy of mention were Donnchadh Griffin-Carroll and Fiachra Bond. This victory was testament to the graft of the U-13 unit, with a minimum of individuals standing out. Míle buíochas do na tuismitheoirí ar fad a thug cabhair dúinn ar an lá. Final score : Emmet Bhré 3-7, Sylvesters 2-3.U10 Camogie blitz
Emmet Bhré – U13. Darragh Rochford, Macdara Ó Midheach (1-0) , Lochlann Dougan, Donnchadh Griffin-Carroll, Ciarán McKay (0-1), Gavin Henderson, Sid Hunt, Ronan McMahon, Ben Kearney, Cian Lohan (0-1), David Kennedy, Tony Jackson, David Maloney (0-1), Joe Phelan (1-3), Rory Lambe (1-0) Andrew Conway (0-1), Fiachra Bond. Bainisteoir - Séamus Phelan.
The U-10 Camogie team hosted a blitz in Páirc Emmet Bhré on Sunday morning, 9th June. The first game was against Faughs. Saoirse Canavan, Ellen O'Doherty and Sarah Lambe all got valuable scores up front while Méadhbh Wogan-Murphy pulled off some fine saves. Bray were worthy winners. The second game was against Liffey Gaels, a tie in which the tenacious Pearl O'Connor and Amy Butler got exciting game winning goals. The manager was very happy also with the energetic contributions of new players Clodagh Costello and Madge Redmond. Maidin álainn camógaíochta a bhí ann gan dabht.
Emmet Bhré U10: Amy Butler (1-0), Catherine McGarry, Chloe Messitt, Clodagh Costello, Ellen O'Doherty (1-0), Eimear Timmons, Madge Redmond, Méadhbh Wogan-Murphy, Pearl O'Connor (1-0), Róisín Benville, Saoirse Canavan (1-0), Sarah Lambe (1-2). Bainisteoir - Tony Doyle.