Tuesday, March 07, 2017
The numbers drawn were: 10, 18, 13, 9. Congratulations to John Walsh who wins our €25 lucky dip prize this week. The next jackpot will be: €20,000. Please sign up here, it's a fantastic way of supporting the club and winning some cash.
On the death of Jim McCormack
It is with great sadness that the members of Bray Emmets GAA Club heard of the death of one of our past chairpersons, Jim Mc Cormack, RIP. While Jim had been unwell for a short while, his untimely death was sudden. Jim was chairperson of Bray Emmets from 1996 and 1998. He was vice-chairperson in 1995 and from 1999 to 2001. Jim also manager of many of our men’s football teams. He was also a selector with the county under 21 football team for a number of years. About ten years ago , Jim went to live in Crumlin but he was soon back involved in the GAA with Ballinteer St John’s. He successfully managed a number of teams and was hugely popular with all involved in the Ballinteer/St John’s club. The Mc Cormack family have been involved with our club over the years and Jim’s sister Anne Longmore is the driving force behind our Ladies football section. To Jim’s partner Jacinta, his children Michael and Mairéad, and the whole Mc Cormack family we extend our deepest sympathy.
Funeral arrangements are as follows: A gathering for family and friends with prayers will take place at Collier’s Funeral Home, Old Connaught Avenue, Bray on Monday (March 6th) from 6pm to 8pm. Requiem Mass on Tuesday (March 7th) at 10am in the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Main Street Bray followed by burial in St. Peter’s Cemetery, Little Bray.
Tom Walsh Memorial Trophy
Our past club president was remembered for his huge contribution to Scór on Friday night last when the Tom Walsh Memorial Trophy was presented to the victorious Hollywood team that won the Scór Sinsear County Quiz. Tom's daughter Ciara presented the award to Lucy Mooney of Hollywood GAA. The club was represented at the presentation by current club President and life long friend of Tom's Jackie Napier along with Frances Stephenson. Bray Emmets Club was delighted to sponsor the trophy which will ensure Tom's memory will live on. (Photo attached of Ciara Walsh presenting the trophy.)
Deepest sympathy from all in Bray Emmets to the Dougan Family on the death of their grandmother Mrs Brigid Dougan. Ar dheis Dé go raigh a h-anam dhílis.
Bray Emmets Easter Camps
Times: 10.00 to 2pm
Dates: Monday 10th April to Thursday 13th April
Activities: Age specific FUN activities in Football, Hurling & Camogie
Price: Members Price: 1 child €30, 2nd child €25 & 3rd child €15
Non-members: €35 one child, €30 for 2nd child & €20 for third or more.
Contact: Willie Braine 0860266506 or Dave Barry 0861208083
An application form and information leaflet can be found here
Bray Emmets Disco
The Bray Emmets disco, Friday 3rd March, was a resounding success. A large crowd of 6th class / 1st Year girls and boys enjoyed the music from DJ, Darragh McKay. Leann Plunkett had a team of about 12 parents who helped her with all the many odds and ends which culminated in organising a very satisfying evening for all involved. Go dtí an chéad dioscó eile !
Kellogs Cul Camp Coaches
Cul Camp coaches are now being recruited. Please find an application form here.
Get fit with Bray Emmets
BE FIT (Bray Emmets Fun in Training) returning on Tuesday 24th January with a variety of indoor & outdoor circuits, army style obstacle course, Pilates, yoga and aerobics.
Every Tuesday & Friday 7-8pm.
All welcome, male & female, we cater for all levels of ability.
If further information required please ring PJ 086 8217631 or Linda 086 8566202.
Club players Association
The Club Players Association is now open for registration. Click here for more information and to register.
Peil Abu is back
We are looking for old Bray Emmet photographs.
Dates for Your Diary
Easter Camps: Monday 10th April to Thursday 13th April