Skerries Rugby Club
Weekend Update: The scheduled Under 20's away match tomorrow V Galwegians is now cancelled due to poor weather conditions. We have a huge amount of matches in the club tomorrow morning so we'd ask all parents to leave their cars at home if possible to avoid congestion. We appreciate your help here. Bar Opening Hours: Saturday 3pm to close Sunday 5pm to close Coffee Shop will be open between 10am - 2pm on Sunday morning Club shop will not be open on Sunday as we are awaiting new stock (thanks for your patience) Our next AIL match is at home on Saturday the 28th October, 2.30pm Kick Off. Places are available for the pre-match lunch, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well done to the Seconds for a superb, six try 35-13 win against Lansdowne in stormy conditions tonight at Holmpatrick. They played some excellent rugby in the horrible weather and it continues their fine start to their Metro League season. Well done lads!
Full time score in Holmpatrick, the Seconds come away with a bonus point win against Lansdowne, 35 - 13. In difficult conditions we scored six tries, Dave Goodman (2), Eddie O'Mahony (2), Tom Mulvaney and Conor Lennox. Billy Mulcahy with a penalty and conversion bringing the total for Skerries to 35. Congrats boys, a well deserved victory. Thanks to all the supporters who braved the conditions tonight.
Half time score, the Seconds leading against Lansdowne, 15-10. The wind with Skerries in the second half.
Big shout out to Muireann McDonnell. She will be on the Junior Eurovision tomorrow night, Sunday, 8pm on TG4. She's definitely our hot favourite to win. Good luck Muireann https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10155287341387955&id=54211732954
The Goats' Cheese ... it's a very Skerries cook book.
Happy Friday. The latest edition of Skerries News will be in shops this afternoon for €3 and is available online now for €1 https://skerriesnews.ie/product/october20th17/
Phone found this morning on the way to school around 8:40am at Hoar Rock/Quay St
Frosties beware... posted on Rush Needs You that Portuguese man o wars have been spotted on The beach in Rush! CC
There's a yearly RNLI swim from the Saltee islands to Kilmore every year ! C 4 km and a good challenge ! This year it was in September. Each swimmer needs a kayak & kayaker ! Interested ?? ( the pic is of Great Saltee which is beyond the Little Saltee from where the swim starts )
It's amazing what you spot when you've time to wander !! My first Portuguese Man of War seen this morning in Kilmore Quay
Not sure whether to thank Paul Mac Kenna for bringing this to our attention or not!! 🤔🏊♀️🏊♀️🏊♀️ CC
Skerries Mills Farmers Market
Hello peeps, with the weather warning in place we will cancel the market on Saturday. Very sorry, stay safe! #skerries #farmersmarket #weatherwarning
What a lovely day we had! Margaret brought lots of great plants, flower bulbs and planted up window boxes to the market today! NEXT WEEK well have Bare Necessities Ireland at our market. Bring your own containers to buy the lovely products (zero waste policy). #zerowaste #organic #marketstall
All set up and ready for you☺#skerries #farmersmarket #freshproduce #localfood #artsandcrafts #plants #artisan #freerangepork #organic #preserves
Great to see our old Atlantic 75 "Rockabill" is still saving lives. Now serving volunteers in Lesvos, Greece.
Given the long history and heritage of motorcycle racing in Skerries, we think some of our followers might like this!!!
Following tonight's episode of Saving Lives at Sea, some of our volunteers will be answering questions on Facebook live over on the RNLI page.
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