Terenure Rangers Football Club
Our U8 Green team played their last game before the break away to Booth Road Celtic this morning.
Fantastic news from #fotaisland as the MGL win the U12 Gaynor Cup. Congratulations to Freya from our U12 team who played a blinder today on the Metropolitan Girls League & Academy team.
Our Girls Mini World Cup is running this Sunday 25th June as the final session of our June Academy. All Girls to meet at 10.30. We will be running an U8 and younger section and a U9 to U12 section. This will be a fun event and new girls particularly welcome!
Best of luck to Freya Fitzpatrick O'Doherty from our U12's who is heading to Limerick tomorrow to play in the Gaynor Cup with the MGL Academy. Hard work and dedication brings rewards and Freya has shown with her performances this season that she thoroughly deserves her seat on the bus. Go get em Frey!!
Terenure Sports Club
After securing promotion to Class 5 and squeezing past a strong Sandycove team - The Terenure Ladies Tennis Team 1 have made it to the Final of the Summer League Class 6 against Mount Pleasant. The venue and time for the final has been confirmed: Tomorrow, Saturday 24th June, 3pm in Naas. Antonia Laurenson is missing for the match but will be ably replaced by Triona Stack. The team for tomorrow - Georgina Hurley, Jacqueline Murray, Anna Healy will be playing singles and the two doubles teams are Cliodhna Sharp, Joyce Downey and Deirdre Thornton, Triona Stack. So get down to Naas tomorrow and support the girls in what promises to be a classic and entertaining encounter...
All setup for winners night...tonight at 8pm. Happy hour 8-9pm...
The JOKER Draw is your clubs main fund raising draw - €10 for 5 weeks entry, jackpot is currently €560. Please speak to Maurice Kelly or Ian Wilson.
Terenure College RFC
TCRFC your local community rugby club will be open from 8 AM on Saturday morning so you can watch the lions first test match . Bring the family down to enjoy a wonderful atmosphere while supporting this great event. Everyone welcome .
The club will of course be open on Saturday from 8 for the first Lions test. We're going full Irish breakfast rolls!! Get down early and wear your colours🦁
To all Terenure RFC members! Reminder, the club will be open from 8am this Saturday to support our very own RALA and watch the 1st Lions Test!!! All welcome!!! We'll get a feel for interest and crank it up accordingly but for now we'll have the coffee brewing and the pastries at the ready. Go Lions 🦁💜💪🇮🇪
Looking good Rala!
CYM Rugby Club Terenure
Don't forget, Terenure Sports Club Winners Night takes place this evening! See you there!
Help out the local (and last remaining) Scout Group in Terenure. A great cause and an excellent chance to de-clutter ahead of summer!
Terenure Sports Club winners night takes place next Friday. It's a night not to be missed! See you all there!! 💚💜
Only a few days late but here's the men's end of year montage from the President's dinner. Watch Kevin Carty smash guys again and again, watch Adam Lynch throw amazing pass after amazing pass, watch Darragh McCauley being... very funny. This video has everything
Terenure Cricket Club
The 1st XI have drawn holders Rush CC away in the quarter finals of the National Cup. The tie will take place in Kenure on Sunday 9th July. The full draw can be viewed on the Cricket Ireland webpage
The 1st XI have been drawn against Merrion in the 1/4 finals of the Leinster Senior Cup following their victory over North Kildare. The game will take place in Anglesea Road on Sunday 18th June.
The 1st XI have progressed in the National Cup following a Super Over victory over Limerick CC yesterday. The Limerick team batted first and recovered well from 126/7 to record a total of 197/8 off their 40 overs. This was reduced to 182 off 34 overs using DLS following a few short showers. Terenures reply started poorly with wickets falling at regularly around Kenny McDonald who scored an impressive 39. When Kenny was dismissed with the score on 64, quickly followed by Colm Morgan, the game looked over but Jeremy Bray(36), Yasir Cheema (27), Ajaz Shah (18), Diarmuid Lynch (20) and Arshad (6*) all contributed leaving the scores tied. The super overs saw Terenure make a competitive 8/0 (Jeremy (7 off 3)), and a fine over from Subi saw Limerick finish on 3/1. Many thanks to Limerick CC for a great game played in the right spirit. We now join Rush, Malahide, Midleton, Co Kerry, Strabane and Derriaghy in the 1/4 final stage along with one of New Buildings or Knockharley