Riverbank Arts Centre
CINEMA: The Other Side of Hope Book Online: https://www.riverbank.ie/event/cinema-side-hope/ Monday 25th September, 8pm
Join us tonight and Sunday for Newbridge Musical Society’s Gala Concert. Book online at: bit.ly/2jSoqyE
Join us tonight and Sunday for Newbridge Musical Society’s Gala Concert. Book online at: www.riverbank.ie
Getting ready for the opening of BE-LONGING, an exhibition by Marta Golubowska. Join us at 7pm
Moorefield GAA Club
Happy 60th birthday to our Club Chairman, Tony Doyle! Enjoy the celebrations.
The Club Shop will be open tomorrow, 7-7.30pm. #Moores2017
Well done to our Under-11 hurling team who played Confey today! #Moores2017
GAA Youth Forum
Newbridge Hockey Club
A little message for Adam Burke from our juniors today. I think every club and society is going to hound you to like, share, get involved and donate because this is a very special cause for a for a very special young man. So please do what you can. Here’s the link to get involved https://www.popupraces.ie/events/run-adam-burke-family-5km-fun-run-10km-run/ #thedreamisaliveadam Runforadamburke
We would urge ALL of our members to get behind Adam and support his run which takes place next weekend in Two Mile House G.A.A. Club You can run/jog/walk so no excuse not to participate and make it a fun evening with the kids! If you cant make the run you can donate online. Adam's story is incredible... help Adam and the Burke family keep the dream alive Runforadamburke #thedreamisaliveadam #runforadamburke
Cracking start to the season for Newbridge Ladies with a 3-2 win over Skerries Hockey Club
Change, nobody likes change. EXCEPT THIS TIME. To make sure the boys are getting the best from hockey sessions we have decided to merge the U14 boys and U16 boys under the coaching of the fantastic Andrew Groves. By implementing this, numbers will increase making for improved sessions for both the boys and ultimately for them as teams. Therefore they will train together on Sundays from 12 noon to 1.15pm in Newbridge College. The current Wednesday session is being cancelled until further notice and we have guaranteed numbers available to train. Again all this can and will be reviewed regularly to ensure boys are happy and progressing! If anyone has any questions or queries please let me know. Note: U12/U10 boys will be coached by Luke and Tony. Also, these are the only names we currently have registered so if you know of someone else in the groups please let me know urgently as this change will effective from this Sunday September 24th.
Sean O'Leary, Newbridge Camogie Club
The Committee of Newbridge Camogie Club extend our congratulations to our neighbours St Trea's, Ballymaguigan on the success of the U16 Girls. We are extremely proud of all our dual players and have enjoyed immensely the success this great group of young gaels have brought to the Parish. Keep up the good work Girls!! 💚
Best wishes from all at Newbridge Camogie Club to Erin Doherty and Annie Crozier who will line out for Derry on Sunday in the All-Ireland Junior Ladies Football Final. Good luck Girls!!
The Committee, Players and Members of Newbridge Camogie Club send their very best wishes to the Newbridge Senior Footballers and their Management Team ahead of Saturday's Intermediate Championship Final. Ádh mór oraibh!! #UTB
Hello folks, There was an Irish dancing feis on in our club hall at the weekend and a little girl has lost her heavy tap shoes and pumps. These are very special to her and cost a lot of money. She also has a very important competition coming up in a few weeks and we would love to see her getting them back. If anyone has accidentally taken them or has any information please send us a message on facebook. Go raibh maith agat!
St Conleths Parish Newbridge
Social Inclusion Week is being marked in Saint Conleth's Parish Newbridge from Monday 25 September - Friday 29 September with the following events: Launch of Exhibition: Monday Sep 25th 3.30pm Photographic Display --- Ireland Through My Eyes Hosted by residents of Eyre Powell Exhibition open to the public from Tuesday to Friday in the parish centre from 11.00am - 7.00pm Walk by the Liffey : Monday 25th at 4pm Starting Point : Newbridge Parish Centre. Everyone Welcome Coffee Morning: Friday 29th 11am -1pm Hosted by residents of Eyre Powell Bring your friends and enjoy coffee and a chat. [Images below taken on Achill Island]
Would be great if we could all get to know the official hymn for World Meeting of Families 2018 - A Joy For All The Earth
Newbridge Hotspurs FC
Newbridge Hotspurs 2 Caragh Celtic 5 Lumsden League Cup Semi Final While the scoreline in no way does justice to the fantastic performance Hotspurs put in today, at the end the experience at the disposal of Caragh Celtic proved the difference between the teams. Buoyed by last Sunday's result against Monread, Hotspurs started the stronger team and the best of the early chances fell their way. Mick Nugent headed just narrowly over the bar from a great cross supplied by Xhevdet Jeff Haliti. Conan Hayes wasn't far off with a long range screamer and Richard Farrell also came close with a shot from outside the box. The goal Spurs play deserved finally came in the 26th minute. A quick long kickout from Hotspurs keeper Scott O'Donoghue set Eoin Mcgrath off on a run, Eoin took the ball past the Caragh keeper and finished sweetly. This goal seemed to be a wake up call to Caragh who began to enforce themselves on the game. The equaliser arrived with six minutes off the half remaining. Hotspurs defence was caught cold from a well worked set piece and unfortunately for the Newbridge boys it was a similar story three minutes later which set Caragh up to go into the break 2-1 up and leave Hotspurs ruing the chances they didn't take. Spurs were again found wanting from a set piece with just three minutes of the second half underway leaving them facing an uphill battle. Too Hotspurs great credit they didn't let their heads drop and continued to launch attacks towards the Caragh goal. Carriage yet again caught Spurs out with another set piece shortly after the hour to put three goals between the teams. The fight had not gone out of Hotspurs however and they continued to pose Caragh problems, particularly down the flanks. Spurs pressure led to a goal being pulled back with just seven minutes remaining when Jamie Meenan thumped in his first senior goal from an Evan Herd corner. Harry Collins and Dylan Aulsberry both had good chances to claw back another goal, before Caragh broke in the 90th minute and scored the best goal of the day with a cracking finish across the goal. A very strong, experienced and well drilled Caragh Celtic booked their place in the final against Suncroft, while Hotspurs will take great credit from their performance and turn their attention to joining today's opponents in the Senior Division next season by continuing their battle to win promotion. With the average age of the Hotspurs team just 22 they will take this defeat as a lesson and they will return for another shot at the Lumsden Cup in 2018. Hotspurs Squad: Scott O'Donoghue Scott O Connor Conan Hayes Conor McLoughlin Jamie Meenan Mick Nugent Richard Farrell Graeme Donoghue Greg Kelly Eoin Mcgrath Xhevdet Jeff Haliti Benjamin Landy Cian Brannigan Dylan Aulsberry Evan Herd Harry Collins Jack Howe Nigel Purcell.
Hotspurs v Caragh lumsden cup semi-final
Another big weekend on the cards for Hotspurs, to follow on from what was arguably the clubs finest weekend of the season so far. Last Sunday saw the first team keep their promotion hopes alive with a fantastic 5-2 victory over the Premier Division champions Monread. The second team progressed to the quarter finals of the Division 1,2 & 3 shield after a storming comeback against Sallins Celtic from 2-0 down to win 3-2 in extra time. While the thirds won a cracking semi final over in Kildare Town by the odd goal in seven to earn a place in the Final of the Division 3 cup. This weekend it's all about the Lumsden Cup. At the semi final stage we travel to Rathangan to take on the Senior Division league leaders Caragh Celtic. Undoubtedly a very tough game lies ahead for Hotspurs who will go into this encounter as underdogs but will fight to the end for their place in a Lumsden Cup final. Kick off in Rathangan is 2:30 and all support is strongly welcomed and appreciated. COYS.
This evenings academy us ON. All players welcome