Monday, June 02, 2014
Please note that our Jackpot now stands at a Whopping €8,100. Now is the time if you are not already signed up to register. Not only are you helping your club but you are in with the chance of a great win. There was no Match 4 winner of the Club Lotto on Friday, 30th May when the numbers drawn were 23, 25,26 and 28. It is €2 per week but goes a long way towards running all the facilities that we have. Frances Stephenson wins the Lucky Dip and will receive €25. Further details are available at www.brayemmets.com.
The Senior Footballers start their Championship campaign this Saturday 7th June at 7pm in Ashford against Hollywood. We hope to see as many of you there as possible. It is only 20 minutes down the road so come out and give the Lads plenty of support.
Tickets for Féile 1st and 2nd year disco on sale Thursday 6.15-8pm at the club. The disco is on on Friday 6th June at 8pm
The club would like to offer condolences to Baguley Family on the recent death Ciara's mum Terry O'Donovan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Cúl Camps 2014 in Pairc Emmet Bhré
Open to Primary School children Boys & Girls from 1st to 6th Classes or aged 6 – 13. Time:10am 2.30pm daily
FREE GAA KIT & COUNTY COLOURED BACKPACK
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 GamesActivities are GAME – BASED – a strong emphasis is placed on skill acquisition – and are organised in an age appropriate manner with a view to: optimising learning -enhancing friendships-improving physical & psychological well being - Promoting School And Club links.
Please Register Online NOW! @ www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps.
Football: Monday 14th July - Friday 18th July. (WW13)
Hurling/Camogie: Monday 21st July - Friday 25th July. (WW 22)
Club Contact: Dave Barry, 086-1208083,
Emmet Bhré 0-16 Kiltegan 0-7U7 football
The Senior Hurlers got their Championship campaign off to a great start with a win in Aughrim against a very experienced Kiltegan team. The half time score was Bray 0-9 Kiltegan 0-5. The team had to work hard in the second half as they were playing in to a strong wind. Jackie Moorehouse pointed some great frees which kept the Emmets in front. While a great start to the championship there is a long way to go and the fight for places on the team has started.
Our first U-7 football match was a great success. We played two matches away to Geraldines in Cornelscourt. There was great excitement about our first official match and our two teams played great together. The Geraldines coaches were very complimentary about our players but are looking for a rematch in Bray in a few weeks time. Players were as follows:U13 Boys football
Adam Butler, Cameron Bagley, Ciaran Cottrell, Cillian O'Neil, Conor Dwyer, Luca Coppola, Luke Cotter, Philip Cooney, Mark Staunton, Rian O'Rourke, Ronan Hardiman, Ruadhan Hipwell, Tiernan Ryan, Senan Croke, William Cash & Kimberly Kennedy.
The U13 Boys played a Football friendly against An Tóchar, Mon 26 May. The Roundwood boys were strong and mobile as Bray Emmets attempted to come to grips with their power. Great work was done by Conrad Ruddy, Rory Whelan and David Maloney as they worked the ball up to the hungry forward-line where Andrew Crocker and Rory Lambe got on the scoreboard. Oisín Hayde and Jamie Baguley showed really well again and again, while David Martin, Conor Dowling and Stephen Reynolds got tidy points in the second-half. All said, the Mentors were pleased with the encouraging passages of free-flowing, generous inter-play. Míle buíochas do Kevin Hardiman a d'eagraigh an cluiche dúinn.U14 Hurling
Foireann : Blue Glenanne, Conor Dowling (0-2), Conor Hardiman, Conrad Ruddy, David Martin (0-1), David Maloney (1-1), Oisín Hayde, Gavin Henderson (0-1), Jamie Baguley, Michael Timmons, Rory Lambe (2-1), Andrew Crocker (0-1), Rory Whelan, Seán McDonagh, Stephen Reynolds (0-1), Sam Whelan (1-0). Bainisteoir – Kevin Hardiman.
The U14 hurlers played Naomh Mearnóg in a Dublin league encounter, Sat 31 May. The game began slowly and was very low-scoring from a Bray perspective. Seán McDonagh was showing well at corner-forward, with Donnchadh Griffin-Carroll and Mick O'Gara chasing down every loose ball. However by half-time, the Portmarnock players led 0-5 to 0-1. The magic water was duly discharged at the interval, and in the minutes that followed Ciarán McKay came back to life. McKay scored 2 fine points, followed by a fortuitous David Maloney goal. The Bray Emmets roadshow was back in town. Battling spirit from Ronan McMahon, solid displays from Andrew O'Brien, Lochlann Dougan and Sid Hunt all conspired to earn a one point victory for us. Tá an fhoireann ag ullmhú go maith don bhféile a bheas ar siúl i gCúige Uladh ag deireadh na míosa seo. Emmet Bhré 3-5, Naomh Mearnóg 2-7.
Foireann: Stephen Flynn, Lochlann Dougan, Donnchadh Griffin-Carroll, Ciarán McKay (Captaen, 0-2), Gavin Henderson, Sid Hunt, Ronan McMahon, Mick O'Gara, Ben Kearney, David Maloney (2-0), Joe Phelan, Cian Lohan, Rory Lambe (1-3), Andrew O'Brien, Sam Kearney, David Kennedy, Seán McDonagh, Rian Knox. Bainisteoir - Séamus Phelan.