Ballymac U10 Boys who took part in the Community Games football on Monday 3rd June. They won 2 out of their 3 games and lost out on making semi finals by points difference at the end . Well done to all the Boys. They had a good training session last Sunday morning and will train again on Wednesday.
Ballymac U8 girls played in Connolly Park against Austin Stack,s on Sunday morning and had very enjoyable games. We fielded two teams of seven on the morning. Michaela Murphy, Issey Harpur, Amy Sills, Doireann Broderick, Alannah Crossan and Aedin Healy played very well ably supported by their teammates. Looking forward to the return games next Sunday morning in Ballymac.
Sunday morning U8 training had a super turnout this week. Our player of the week goes to Finn Hannah. The boys have a busy week ahead with Go Games in Cordal on Thursday evening and next week instead of the academy they have a match against Listry. Ballymac Abú.
All our U6 girls and boys players turned up on Sunday morning for fun and games. They learned how to pass the ball and kick the ball under the watchful eyes of the coaches! The rain did not dampen their spirits and they danced and sang their way to the end!! Congratulations to our U6 players of the week Scott Fitzmaurice & Natalia McDermott. Both worthy winners. Next week our U6 girls will welcome Austin Stacks U6s for a few fun games. In two weeks our U6 boys will take part in a Blitz. More on that next week. See you all next week.
Parking/Traffic Arrangements for Sunday Academy.
For Health & Safety reason on every Sunday morning we ask all parents dropping off children to the academy , to park outside the Main Gates and walk into the pitch with children. The Main gates will be closed as its too dangerous immediately after training to accommodate all the cars leaving etc. We thank you all in advance for your cooperation and understanding.
Cul Camps 2019
Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games.
Ballymac GAA Ground hosts two of the County Summer Camps as follows:
29th July to 2nd August
& 12th to 16th August
The Summer Camps can be booked online and the link is on The Ballymac GAA web site:www.ballymacgaa.com