Naas GAA Club
Too funny 😂😂😂 Thoughts after the weekends GAA action... Conor Sketches
Our Senior Camogie team play in the next round of the 2017 Kildare Senior Camogie Championship this evening. Best of Luck Ladies. Fixture: Monday 24th July - Senior Camogie Championship Naas vs. Clane in Clane at 7.30pm
SENIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIV.1 SEMI-FINAL NAAS 1 - 18 CELBRIDGE 1 - 17 Naas qualified for the final of the Senior Football League Div.1 (Leinster Leader cup) final in dramatic fashion by defeating Celbridge with a last minute goal by substitute Ciaran Doyle. Naas last reached the final of this competition when they defeated Sarsfields in the 1995 decider. Celbridge started in whirlwind fashion with a goal after two minutes from Conor Doyle and an eight point lead 1 – 6 to 0 – 1 after ten minutes. Naas recovered well and in the next twenty minutes they scored ten points from Ronan Joyce(3),Dallen Gallagher(2), and one each from Brian kane, Shane bergin and Paul McDermott, Ross bergin and Joey Cocoman to one for Celbridge from Shane harte to lead by a point at the interval 0 – 11 to 1 – 7. Naas started well in the second half and were three points clear after fifteen minutes. Celbridge fought back and scored five unanswered points between the fifteenth and twentieth minutes to take a two point lead. Naas struck back and equalised with points from Ciaran Doyle and Ronan Joyce. Points in the 25th and 28th minute from Mark o’Sullivan edged Celbridge two points clear. A Ronan Joyce free reduced the arrears to one before the best move of the match produced the Ciaran Doyle goal. A late Celbridge point left one between them at the finnish. Naas: Luke Mullins, David Shaw, Shane Bergin(0 – 1), Shane Gibbons, Brian Kane(0 – 2), Eoghan Bateman, Ailin McDermott, Ross Bergin(0 – 2), Paul Mcdermott(0 – 1), Joey Cocoman(0 – 2), John Joyce, Dallen Gallagher(0 – 3), Ronan Joyce(0 – 6), Philip Cocoman, Aiden Begley, Sub; Ciaran Doyle(1 – 1). Celbridge: Shane McNamara, Rory Feehan, Kevin Flynn, Darragh McEvoy, Padraic Carthy, Hugh McGrillen, Bryan Flynn, Kevin O’Callaghan, David Byrne(0 – 1), Conor Brophy, Tony Archbold,Sean Costello(0 – 1), Conor Doyle(1 – 0), David Hughes(0 – 6),Shane Harte(0 – 7). Sub: Mark O’Sullivan(0 – 2) ..
U16 Div 1 Football Championship. (Report by Ray Lynch) Naas 2-15 Moorefield 1-06 With the Junior cert over, Championship Football returned Friday evening at home to Moorefield. In a repeat of the league final played in May, the outcome was on similarly lines also. This U16 Championship sees 2 groups of 4 teams in Division 1, with Celbridge and Kilcullen the other 2 in our group. Playing with the breeze at the start, Moorefield set up a defensive system that made space a scarce commodity for the Naas forwards, resulting in a number of turnovers and 9 wides. Naas dominated possession, winning 11 of Moorefield's kick outs with Alex Byrne unstoppable. When Moorefield did get forward, the Naas backs were on top, with a spare man, Mark Maguire reading the game well. Naas restricted Moorefield to just a single point from play over the 30 minutes and 2 pointed frees. At the other end, Moorefield were unable to contain Tom Browne, who goaled early, and then added 2 long range points into the breeze, Paddy McDermott with 2 points, a Jack Carroll free and one from wing back Sam Morrissey brought the half-time score to 1-06 to 0-03 to Naas. The 2nd half was played largely in the Moorefield half and with just 3 forwards and playing into the breeze it was hard for them to break out and retain possession. Their cause wasn't helped by the concession of 4 early scoreable frees - with Paddy Mc Dermott putting 3 over and Jamie Osborne the other, this left the score at 1-10 to 3 points to Naas. On a rare break, Moorefield got a goal which was answered almost immediately by Paddy McDermott, who picked up a breaking ball and planted it in the net, 2-10 to 1-03 after 40 minutes. The remaining 20 minutes saw Moorefield add 3 points with singles coming from Dan Woulfe, Sam Morrissey, Alex Byrne, Tom Browne and Paddy McDermott leaving a 12 point winning margin. Next match away to Celbridge this Friday, July 28th. Scorers: Paddy McDermott 1-06, Tom Browne 1-03, Sam Morrissey 0-02, Jamie Osborne, Jack Carroll, Dan Woulfe and Alex Byrne 1 point each.
Naas Hockey Club
Massive congratulations to Ellie McLoughlin- Naas HC are all very proud of you ... https://www.facebook.com/leinsterhockey1/posts/1393283237415715
Hi All- We still have a few places available on our Junior Hockey Summer Camp for Under 8s through to Under 16s boys and girls from Monday next 24th to Friday 28th July from 10am – 1.00pm each day on our pitch at the Caragh Road Naas Sports Centre. The cost of the Camp is €90 per child. Please email Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
Hi All - adult summer/ social hockey is starting next Tuesday the 11th from 7.30pm to 9.30pm and every Tuesday after that. All are welcome so bring your mates ... We don't run junior summer hockey but we do have a summer camp - for details and availability, please email Charles on email@example.com
Naas Cycling Club
A great read ... https://www.naascyclingclub.com/training-ride/
Piece of Cake!
B Group Spin Sunday 23rd July After tackling the hills over the last few weeks this Sunday we are going on one of the flattest routes through Kildare and Laois. We head out through Carragh towards Allenwood and then turn for Lullymore. From there we head to Rathangan, Portarlington and on to Emo Court for coffee. We return along the old N7. Weather looks promising. http://www.mapmyride.com/ie/naas-l/emo-court-route-200173634
Naas Ladies AFC
An emphatic win tonight against Raharney, with some lovely football on show. Naas won 9-2 with a hatrick from Alice Linehan, a brace by Laura Cusack & Laura Mathews and goals apiece for Orlaith White & Amy Murphy. A very good display from the Naas team this evening 💪
An exciting game this evening at Naas Sports Centre vs Kildare Town ladies team. Naas found themselves 2-0 down but they weren't giving up. First goal came from debutant Laura Mathews, followed by a fine lob from Emma Byrne. The winning goal came through Alice Linehan in the final minutes of the game. Cracking game of football, well done to the Naas women tonight on a hard fought win ⚽️
Naas Rugby(Naas RFC)
Well done Damien, still keepng fit.
Best of luck to @Fionn Carr: @Jimmy O'Brien & @Billy Dardis (Captain) and all the Irish 7s squad ant the final qualifying event in Exeter this week-end from your current and past teammates at NAAS RFC
Best of luck Pa.
Preparation for 2017-18 Season for Adult Rugby starts on 18 July at Forenaughts. New Players welcome at all levels. Naas will field teams at AIL Division 1B, J1 in Metro 2: J2 in Metro 5/6: Provincial Towns Cup (J1) Provincial 2nds Cup (J2) Anderson Cup (J3) Nth Midlands Hosie Cup (J1) and Lawlor Cup (J2) and U20 next season. Contact Jimmy at 0867310499