Malahide Credit Union
To celebrate International Credit Union (ICU) Day tomorrow October 19th we're giving away a €50 shopping voucher to someone who likes & shares this video. Good luck everyone. #Malahide #CreditUnion #ICUDay
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Malahide Credit Union can confirm that we will be open as normal tomorrow (Tuesday, October 17th) at 10:30am. Thanks to everyone for their co-operation and understanding.
Hurricane Ophelia, Tower Bay Beach Portrane.
Malahide Yacht Club
Thanks DCU SurfnSail for including us in your recent 24 Hour Sail in Broadmeadows
This boat appears to be in trouble in the channel of the outer estuary. These photos were taken from the Grand Hotel grounds by a member. Anyone know the owner please make him / her aware of it. Thanks for your help on it.
Received this from Scott Walker this boat appears to be in trouble. If you know the owner please let him/ her know . Many thanks for your help on this.
Check your mooring lines today before the big winds due tomorrow.
There are still tickets available for the Autumn series. The mighty Boks and the Argentina team that ended our World Cup dreams are in town and we want as many of our members and friends there as possible. Please Support Ireland and your Club all at the same time! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ever wish you could play the role of a zombie or a wicked witch, then you're in luck. Wicked Woods Dublin is looking for people to help out with their Trick-Or-Treat for Temple Street Children's Hospital Foundation charity event, taking place in Kilronan Equestrian Centre on the 27th and 28th from 6:30 pm onwards. If you wish to help, please just get in touch on our Facebook page below: https://www.facebook.com/WickedWoodsDublin/ Or if you wish to bring the kids up for the kid's trail from 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm and then the adult's trail opens up from 9:30 pm. Are you brave enough try it out yourself.??? Click below for full details on times and cost. #WickedWoodsDublin #TempleStreetHospital
***Weekend Round-Up 9th - 15th October 2017*** : U17's The U17s unbeaten start to the season ended in a tight away league game against Lansdowne. The home team took an early lead with a breakaway try before Malahide gradually began to assert themselves on the game and played some outstanding rugby. Malahide took the lead through a well worked forwards try from a lineout. The lead was further extended by a brilliant try from inside our own 22 with multiple phases. Malahide entered half time with a 14-5 lead. This was extended with another converted try early in the second half to take Malahide to a 21-5 lead. However, with the team tiring and injuries to key players, the tide turned. Lansdowne, who had a strong bench, began to dominate and ran in three tries to take a 24-21 win at the death. Definitely one that got away. : U13's U13’s has a very successful practice match against Bective at home 3 x 20 min sessions Great attacking play, brilliant counter ticking and powerful defense led to a 40 to 5 win : U12's U12’s continued with their preparation in advance of their metro match with Greystones next Sunday. We concentrated on defensive alignment and ruck positioning. : U11's The U11 squad got their home competitive season underway with the arrival of DLSP RFC to Estuary Road. Arriving bright & early at 9:30 am, we immediately set about an intense warm-up led by Coach Ger in preparation to get stuck in from the first ball. It seemed to work as each of our three teams tore into the opposition from the off. This was the second test of our consistent squad system. Coupled with our back-to-basics training regime, which places a huge focus on tackle, ruck & fitness, the coaches are very encouraged to see how our play is evolving. Aggressive rucking yielded numerous platforms from which wave after wave of attack was launched at a soon tiring opposition. In the end, we were pleased to achieve the balance of the spoils against a well drilled DLSP squad, with most of the games that went against us only doing so by single scores. Uncontested scrums neutered us somewhat but regardless of the results, the manner in which we played was a delight to watch with teamwork rather than a reliance on individual performances coupled with peerless rucking giving us an edge. Next week we take on Coolmine at home. : U 10's The U10s hosted Suttonians for a friendly match on Sunday morning at the Seabury pitch. Three teams from our closest neighbors made the trip and provided a stern challenge for the lads. As always there was a lot of impressive rugby played, on both sides. We are starting to introduce some defined positions to the teams beginning with designated scrum halves which seems to help the players know the role they should play at rucks. One area where the coaches thought we needed improvement was in the tackle, so it is something we will be concentrating on over the next while to make sure all players are comfortable making their tackles. It was good to see that even after some pretty tiring matches the players were able to show an impressive pace running back to the clubhouse for the after match refreshments. Next up is Terenure at home on Sunday. This will be our first Metro League match. : U9's U9s prepared for their home matches with Suttonians next Sunday. They tried 3 man scrums for the first time which was great fun. We also concentrated on passing, running lines, defense, and the ruck. : U8's The under 8s continued preparation for their first game in Navan next week. We worked on our passing, break down and played a few full contact games. The guys are very excited to play and looking to seeing how our preparation has worked. : U7's U7's also continued their preparations for their first blitz this Sunday. The players worked on staying onside and straight running lines. Everyone is looking forward to the visit of Coolmine and St. Brigid's on Sunday! #MalahideRFC #MRFC
The bar will be open this evening from 5 pm because rugby folk are made of sterner stuff.
Classes as usual tonight. See you all later.
Hope that classes will run as usual tomorrow. School advise that "We have to wait until tomorrow morning when the Principal assesses if there is any serious damage to the school building" We will keep you updated.
Malahide Comhaltas AGM will be held on Monday, October 23rd at 8.30pm in Oscar Taylor's, Coast Road. All members and parents of current students are expected to attend. New members particularly welcome. This is an important meeting for the future of the Branch
Lovely to see Ruth and Libby play their music on the bus. https://www.facebook.com/Independent.ie/videos/10155879082958470/
Malahide Castle and Gardens
Yes we're open! We've a couple of trees down which are currently being cleared by the Fingal team. The main entrance is clear and pathways are being cleared so come enjoy some autumnal sunshine in one of Dublin's favourite parks! 🍁🍂🏵️🍂
Please note due to severe weather warning @MalahideCastleG will be closed tomorrow Mon 16th Oct. Please check for updates #StormOphelia
NOTICE: CLOSURE MONDAY 16th OCTOBER. Due to severe weather warnings for Monday 16th October Malahide Castle and Gardens will be closed to visitors. Please check back for updates. #stormophelia Stay safe! 👍🏼
Win tickets to our Paranormal Investigation- October 21st 8.30pm-2am. We are giving away 2 tickets to this event to one lucky winner 😈. Please LIKE and SHARE our post and tell us which of our ghosts is the most famous?👻😱 Over 18's only... Bookings on 01 8169538
Malahide United AFC
Gannon Park is closed today from 12.30 mid day. All pitches , Cafe , crèche & Gym are closed.
Dicey blown away !
Due to the severe weather warnings Gannon will be closed tomorrow.
Our U12's A team were in action today away to Baldoyle United. Great team performance and skills on display. Keep up the great work girls. ⚽️👍
Malahide Lions Club
Altan 30th Anniversary Concert
Malahide Basketball Club
HALLOWEEN MIDTERM 4 DAY CAMP Tues 31st Oct 10ock-3.00 (plenty of time to go trick r treating) Wed 1st Nov 12-5 Thurs 2nd 12-5 Fri 3rd 12-5 Cost €60 or €20 per day Book your place with Fiona 0861053420 Please support your club camp🏀
Memories ...... This is the U16 Malahide Community games team from 1976. They reached the all Ireland final in Mosney that Summer, and were narrowly beaten by Kerry. The picture shows them after the medal ceremony with their silver medals. Back row: Caroline Mahon, Jean Whelan, Siobhan Doyle, Sheila Sugrue, Jennifer Buggle, Cathy Henry, Coach GV Wright Front row: Catherine Twomey, Karen Klinkenbergh, Annette Klinkenbergh, Jackie Rawdon
Memories ..... Can anyone name this winning Malahide boys community games team? Or the year?
Congratulations to TOM FRENCH on his selection to the Dublin u15 team. WELL DONE 🏀💙🏀
Malahide Musical & Dramatic Society
Parking Presentation Join the Parking seminar at 6.15pm Tuesday 3rd October Malahide Library The presentation will be made by Ciaran McKeon, consultant with Transport Insights. The presentation will provide you with a summary of the extensive survey conducted during the Summer and subsequent report. Rather than rely on on own perceptions and observations on the parking issue, we have established a strong baseline of facts. From this meeting we will bring your ideas and suggestions to Fingal County Council and keep on the case until we can see positive results for the whole town All businesses are welcome, memebrs and non-members, see you there.
Check out our very own Gents of Distinction on Sunday AM on TV 3 this Sunday . #malahidefashion #menswear
Malahide Community Games
For all our Community Games parents- thanks for the support
Good advice for coaches
Tidy towns malahide
GOOOOOLD!! Thanks so much to all our Volunteers, supporters and sponsors. Another Gold Medal for Malahide. This one's for you Owen.