Riverbank Arts Centre
FAMILY CINEMA: Trolls Saturday 29th July, 2PM Tickets €4 Book Online: http://bit.ly/2uT5x2W
FAMILY CINEMA: Sing Saturday 26th August, 2PM €4 Book Online: http://bit.ly/2uxd9Fy
FAMILY CINEMA: Trolls Saturday 29th July, 2PM €4 Book Online: http://bit.ly/2uTr4by
Duke Special – Hallow Friday 27th October, 8PM €18/16 Book Online: http://bit.ly/2uxoRjq
Moorefield GAA Club
Reserve C Championship Round 1 Moorefield 3-11 Sallins 1-11 Full Time Well done to the team & management #Moores2017
Best of luck to the Senior Reserve B team in round 1of the Reserve C Championship. Moorefield v Sallins Venue: Ballyteague, 7.30pm All support will be greatly appreciated #Moores2017
Come join the Mini Moores tomorrow! #Moores2017 #MiniMoores
The Club Shop will be open tomorrow after Mini Moores Training, 7.25-7.40pm. #Moores2017
Newbridge Hockey Club
Only three weeks till pre-season! Get the gumshield cleaned, the gear bag febrezed, and the hockey stick out of the shed!! Wed 9th August, 7.30pm , Newbridge College Tell a friend! All new members welcome!
"Huge game today for @IreWomenHockey! Ireland vs @SA_Hockey live on BT Sport 1:30pm. @FIH_Hockey confirm winner guaranteed spot at World Cup" Come on the girls in green!!!!
Competition Time in G Sports!
JUNIOR HOCKEY 2017/2018 Parents & Guardians: Junior Registration will take place on Thurs 17th and Thurs 24th August in Sarsfields GAA @ 8.15pm - 9.30pm. Online registration and online payments will also open the week of August 14th. We will keep you up to date over the next few weeks, however make sure to keep those dates in your diary as there will be NO onsite registration.
Newbridge Hotspurs FC
Newbridge Hotspurs 3 Castle Villa 2 Lumsden Cup rd 3 Hotspurs advance to the quarter finals of the Lumsden Cup after turning in a fantastic performance this morning at Snigs Brogan Park. Despite facing the current holders and senior division title contenders in Castle Villa, Hotspurs didn't look daunted as they started the game at a terrific pace. The home side were in control of the game, but Castle Villa are not in the lofty position they are without taking advantage of what chances they get, and against the run of play the boys from Castledermot took the lead on 10 mins. Hotspurs were dumbstruck at giving away the advantage, but got their heads up and went at the game again. Despite both teams playing some good football, chances were few and far between as the defences on both sides got a grip on the game . Just shy of the half hour mark Hotspurs striker Dylan Aulsberry had a great chance to level the game up but his shot across goal, agonisingly came back off the post and the ball was cleared out. From the resulting corner Xhevdet Jeff Haliti came close with a great header and Hotspurs were left to head into half time 1-0 down. The home teams morale was high going into the second half and they were determined to attack and break down the Villa backline. A free kick awarded on the edge of the Castle Villa area 10 mins into the second half was the opportunity Spurs had been waiting for. Ross Lynch ッ struck the free kick and it bounced up off the defensive wall, Dylan Aulsberry put the Villa keeper under pressure with the dropping ball and as it spilled from the keepers grasp skipper Greg Kelly was standing underneath it and controlled the ball into the net with his chest. With 25 mins remaining Hotspurs were dealt a bad blow as Jeff Haliti received his second yellow card and his marching orders. Hotspurs had a long way to go now with just 10 men, but you would be hard pressed to know it watching them play and continue to press for a winner. With 15 minutes remaining the home team saw a chink of light that things might be going their way. a scramble in the Castle Villa penalty area led to Greg Kelly shooting from the penalty spot and from a rebound Benjamin Landy was on hand to tap the ball in just two minutes after coming off the bench. Hotspurs joy was short-lived however as just one minute later Villa were somehow awarded a penalty after one of their players was pulled down a good 15 yards outside the penalty area. The penalty was well struck and the game levelled up at 2-2. Hotspurs kept the intensity of the game up and Harry Collins who had come on for the very hard working Aulsberry was proving a menace for the Villa defenders as well as a good outlet for the kickouts from keeper Scott O'Donoghue. As the game ticked on the senior division side stepped up a gear and seemed determined to finish the game in normal time, but as the stoppage time got longer and longer, extra time seemed inevitable. Then from one of Scott O'Donoghue's long kickouts Harry Collins picked out a thru ball to Ross Lynch and Lynch buried the goal into the back off the net. Hotspurs had to endure a further five mins of added time and had to replace the excellent Richard Farrell who fell victim to a late injury with Mikey Murphy before the final whistle was eventually blown and Hotspurs could celebrate pulling off a cup shock and booking their place in that last eight draw. Excellent performances from all Hotspurs players today, but this result was built on the rock solid backline performance of the back four Scott O Connor Jamie Meenan Conor McLoughlin & Conan Hayes.
We are currently looking for someone to manage or under 16 a team, for the coming season. They play in the kdul premier division. Anyone interested please pm us.
After hosting another highly entertaining and well contested PA Perry Tournament over the last two weeks, which saw Liffey Celtic defeat Newbridge FC in the cup final by way of a penalty shoutout & Hotspurs Second team get the better off the First team to win the shield final, also by virtue of the dreaded penalty shootout, Hotspurs return to KDFL action tomorrow morning. The draw for the last 16 of the Lumsden League Cup has Hotspurs hosting the current Lumsden Cup holders and Senior Division title contenders Castle Villa AFC. Its been a while since the lads from Castledermot have traveled to Hotspurs for a competitive game, and the home team will be hoping they can pull off an upset and book a place in the quarter finals. Kick off at Snigs Brogan park is 11am so come out and give the lads your support.
Pa Perry final penalty shootout
St Conleths Parish Newbridge
Please support our special collection this weekend
Save the date and get your pickled onion sambos ready for a great family day.
Sean O'Leary, Newbridge Camogie Club
We've a happy Chairperson tonight!!
Few more pics of the presentation to the League Champions...
Congratulations to the Co Derry "A" League Champions and their management team #UTB 💚
Fixture: Our U16s play Bellaghy tonight at 7pm at home. Good luck Girls #UTB