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Match Reports

U7 football

31 May, 2014

Our first U-7 football match was a great success.  We played two matches away to Geraldines in Cornelscourt.  There was great excitement about our first official match and our two teams played great together.  The Geraldines coaches were very complimentary about our players but are looking for a rematch in Bray in a few weeks time.  Players were as follows:Adam Butler, Cameron Bagley, Ciaran Cottrell, Cillian O'Neil, Conor Dwyer, Luca Coppola, Luke Cotter, Philip Cooney, Mark Staunton, Rian O'Rourke, Ronan Hardiman, Ruadhan Hipwell, Tiernan Ryan, Senan Croke, William Cash & Kimberly Kennedy....

Under-8 Camogie Blitz

14 April, 2013

On Sunday morning 14th April, Bray Emmets U-8's Camogie team made their debut in the Dublin U-8's Camogie Blitz at Páirc Emmet Bhré. Our visitors were Kilmacud Crokes and Faughs with each Club providing two teams. Sixteen Bray girls turned up to play and put on a great display, showing many of the skills they have learned from the Academy every Saturday morning. We won games, we lost games, we drew games and we had a lot of fun which is the nature of Go Games. Thanks to our visitors for the sporting games and to our fantastic supporters. Well done to all! The teams lined out as follows:Green Team: Jessica Woods, Julia Jakob, Aoibhe Traynor, Eimear Hardiman, Rachel O'Brien, Emma Brandon, April Morris and Alva.  Pink Team; Emma Nesbitt, Laura Doyle, Allannah Harrington, Erica Brierton, Roisin Dubh, Jasmine Kennedy, Annie Redmond and Martha....

2004 group play at Croke Park

27 August, 2012

Our 2004 (under 8) squad travelled to the hallowed ground of Croke Park last Monday morning. It was another day of rain but the players did not mind in the slightest. We had a great show of support from parents and mentors. The kids got off to a slow start I think that was due to the fact they were admiring Croke Park from the pitch not many of us can say we have done that. The second half we got into some form and knocked in 2 goals and 4 points to bring the game to close. There was a lot of skill shown on the day and would like to congratulate everyone who took part and look forward to see them play there again someday. Emmet Bray 2004 Adam Prunty, Joshua Butler, Kaleigh Broderick, Rory Farrell, Cian Longmore, Shane Baguley, Nathan Hunter, Cian Eddy, Sean Byrne, James Byrne, Ellen O'Doherty, Cal Quinn, Cathal McMaolain, Luke Micallef, Luke Kane, Killian Murphy & Jack Kearney. More photos can be seen here. ...

inaugural outing for U6

23 June, 2012

The U6 hurlers, our youngest age-group in Bray Emmets, played their first match in Greystones on Saturday 23rd June. Other teams participating in this Hurling blitz were Kilcoole and Eire Óg. All our stars of the future (and parents) were filled with excitement on their inaugural outing. The players showed skill and determination on the pitch. Thank you to all the coaches, parents, players and U6 manager John McMahon for a taste of things to come. Emmet Bhré U6 : Aisling O'Keefe, Beth Cummins, Ciara Lambe, Charlie Maguire, Conor Broderick, Christopher Murray, Donnacha Mac Maoláin, Éanna Hayes, Emily Ryan, Elsa Micallef, Eimear Farrell, Finn Morrissey, Gregory Healy, Jack Ebbs, Jonah Burke, Joshua Mahon, Layla , Mia Byrne, Reuben Dehantschutter, Ronan Hardiman, Saibh Smierciak, Sam Goggin, Tadhg McDonagh, Tadhg Treacy. ...

U8’s host Foxrock/Cabinteely

4 February, 2012

The U8's hosted Foxrock/Cabinteely on Saturday morning with two teams making the short journey to Old Conna for a Football Blitz.The U10's Foxrock/Geraldines teams were also in attendance at Old Conna on Saturday playing football against two Bray Emmets teams. ...


28 September, 2009

The Under 8 squad travelled to the sun-drenched soils of Arklow to compete in a well-organised, highly hospitable AGB football blitz. Three games later and the troops were well and truly satisfied. On one team, Eoin Fitzsimons, Rory Lambe and Oisín Drury got some eye-catching scores, while on the other team, David Nesbitt, Finn O'Loughlin and Alex Russell gave a 100% to their cause. The mentors were very happy with the general cohesion and spirit shown by the players. Beimid ag imirt in aghaidh Ballinteer an tseachtain seo chugainn, agus muid ag tnúth go mór leis an dúshlán sin. ...

An Tóchar

5 September, 2009

An Tóchar CLG in Roundwood hosted this blitz Saturday morning. 20 Bray players proudly represented us on 2 different teams. Blessington, Newtown and An Tóchar all provided stern opposition but Bray Emmets team-work paid dividends in the final analysis. The Coaches were more than happy with the first outing of the new season. A promising start for a promising and eager young squad. Beidh muid ag imirt arís Dé Sathairn seo chugainn ag an 'Kick-Fada' in Emmet Bhré. Emmet Bhré : Aaron Graham, Alex Russell, Brian Nesbitt, Carla Lennon, Conor Dowling, Conor Hardiman, Conrad Ruddy, David Nesbitt, Davy Maloney, Jamie Baguley, Joe Dillon, Leah Carroll, Michael Connolly, Michael Timmons, Mikey Donnelly, Oisín Drury, Sarah Lambe, Sam Kearney, Sammy Butler, Seán McDonagh. ...


6 July, 2009

A 10 player selection was in Croke Park last week for a game against Graiguenamanagh from Kilkenny. The experience was a great thrill for all involved, young and old. The players got an opportunity to not only play on the hallowed-turf but to visit the changing rooms too. The game itself started briskly. Eleanor Carroll-Hayes and Sean McDonagh cleverly found the Kilkenny net. Out in midfield Davy Maloney, aided by Michael Timmons, were both being made to earn their stripes. The duos dug deep and were assisted in no small part by Gavin O'Shea's reading of the breaking ball. Bray net minder Oisin Drury was marshalling his defence with good effect and keeping a squeaky clean sheet. The half finished 7 - 1 in favour of Emmet Bhre. The half-time team talk was complimented by our near neighbour, Wicklow and Ireland star, Leighton Glynn. The second half began with some changes made by managers Larry Timmons and Brian Lambe. Jamie Baguley came into the play with re-newed determination and David Nesbitt dropped back to help his midfield when required. As legs tired, and hearts nearly stopped, the outstanding contributions of Eoin Fitzsimons and the 2 sided Rory Lambe brought this great game over the white line at a final temperature of 10 goals and one point to Kilkenny's 3 goals. Ni dheanfaimid dearmad go deo ar an la seo. Go raibh mile maith agaibh do na tuismitheoiri ar fad a thainig chun tacaiocht a thabhairt duinn. Bray: David Nesbitt, David Maloney, Eoin Fitzsimons, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes, Gavin O'Shea, Jamie Baguley, Michael Timmons, Oisin Drury, Rory Lambe, and Sean McDonagh. ...

Bray Emmets Football Go-Games

22 June, 2009

Bray Emmets Academy hosted a Football Go-Games. A very successful evening saw the visiting Barndarrig, An Tóchar and Arklow, Hospitality was generously provided by many of the parents. On the field of play, Leah Carroll, Aaron Graham and Nick Hederman made a significant impact for their team. On the other team, big-hearted, skilful inputs were made by Eleanor Carroll-Hayes, Mikie Donnelly and Emily Deveney. Emmet Bhré : Davy Maloney, Carla Lennon, Seán McDonagh, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes, Emily Deveney, Eoin Fitzsimons, Brian Glass, Gavin Henderson, Michael Connolly, Nick Hederman, Michael Timmons, Oisín Drury, Leah Carroll, Mikie Donnelly, Darragh McCormack, Aaron Graham, Gavin O'Shea ...


6 June, 2009

Ballyboden GAA Club hosted us Saturday morning in atrocious weather conditions. Nonetheless, 3 Bray teams braved the elements to kick points and rattle the nets. On one pitch, Leah Carroll, Carla Lennon and Darragh McCormack were the main movers, defending and creating in equal measure. Pitch number 2 was backboned by the endeavours of Gavin Henderson, Jamie Baguley and the ever-improving Michael Timmons. The conditions often meant the players had to dig deep. Finally on pitch 3, the compliments of the crowd went in the direction of the all-round contributions of Rory Lambe and Sam Kearney. Emmet Bhré 2001: Oisín Drury, Emily Deveney, Seán McDonagh, Conor Hardiman, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes, Michael Timmons, Eoin Fitzsimons, Jamie Baguley, Gavin Henderson, Sam Kearney, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe, Leah Carroll, Darragh McCormack, Joe Dillon, Carla Lennon, Davy Maloney. Bhíomar an-bhuíoch do na tuismitheoirí go léir a tháinig amach linn. ...

Newtown GAA club Football Go-Games

25 May, 2009

Newtown GAA club hosted this Football Go-Games last Friday night. A strong Bray squad travelled: Aaron Graham, Brian Glass, Conor Hardiman, Brian Nesbitt, David Nesbitt, Eoin Fitzsimons, Eleanor Carroll-Hayes, Gavin O'Shea, Jamie Baguley, Michael Timmons, Oisín Drury, Rory Lambe, Sarah Lambe and Seán McDonagh. Bray played Enniskerry and two Newtown selections. They were in a relative comfort zone in all three fixtures, a welcome return for the winter training sessions which often took place in inclement weather. Oisín Drury, Conor Hardiman and Seán McDonagh worked tirelessly showing their defensive and attacking skills. This was a very strong overall team performance. Go raibh maith agaibh don lucht tacaíochta a tháinig chun breathnú orainne. ...

‘Go-games’ hurling blitz

16 May, 2009

A monsoon weekend almost prevented us hosting this 'Go-games' hurling blitz last Saturday. However, the elements could not keep back the deluge of eager hurlers and generous parents who helped to carry the morning. Bray fielded 3 teams, Glenealy, Carnew and Kilcoole one each. A Gavin O'Shea lead Bray team, supported by the hard work of Carla Lennon and others, beat Carnew. In another top-notch encounter, Davy Maloney was the stand-out player against Glenealy, a game which was sealed by a tenacious Joseph Dillon goal. Other players to be noticed for their skilful contributions were Nick Hederman, Oisín Carney and Gavin Henderson. The afters were the final high-point, sandwiches, tea and goodies in abundance. The visiting teams all complimented their Bray Emmets morning. Míle buíochas do natuismitheoirí a rinne ceapairí agus a tháinig le rudaí deasa le n-ithe ...

Barndarrig Go Games

8 May, 2009

A 9 player squad competed in the Barndarrig Go Games last Friday night. Seán McDonagh, Sarah Lambe, Rory Lambe, Michael Timmons, Gavin O'Shea, Eoin Fitzsimons, David Nesbit, Conor Hardiman and Brian Glass. The squad played 3 very competitive games. The first against Kilcoole, which Bray dominated. A great Brian Glass goal, powered by fine players like Eoin Fitzsimons in midfield. The second game against Avoca was a tough affair, capable strong footballers who pounded the Bray defence. Rory Lambe blocked bravely while Gavin O'Shea ensured we remained in touch. Energy levels were being tested by the time we met Barndarrig. A well balanced team and a tooth-and-nail exchange. Michael Timmons showed courage and loyalty to his team mates while David Nesbit showed his silky skills. Sarah Lambe, our only girl, kept the flag flying high with a spirited performance. Go raibh míle maith agaibh do Colm McDonagh, Rod O'Shea agus na tuismitheoirí uilig a tháinig linn go dtí an Bhearna Dhearg. ...

Blitz in Old Conna

12 July, 2008

On Saturday we hosted a very successful Wicklow Under 8 and Under 10 Hurling Blitz. There were 8 Clubs represented. A most enjoyable morning was had with some great games taking place. A special work of thanks to the parents who helped prepare the pitches and feed all the players and parents. The Academy wishes Conor Ryanandhis family all the bestas he departs for 2 years for work commitments in America. Conor has been an ever present part of the Academy for the past number of years jetting in from all over the world to be in Old Conna on Saturday mornings to coach.Also to Michael we hope to see you back in 2 years raring to go.Your team mates will miss you. We will sayfarewell to Conorafter the Golf Classic in Bray Golf Club on Friday 18th from 9pm. We wish our 2 teams playing in the Golf Classic the best of luck. ...

Blitz in Kilcoole

14 June, 2008

Saturday last we enjoyed an excellent blitz in Kilcoole for the Under 8's. Some good performances all round. The weather was excellent and this lead to great hurling conditions. We fielded three teams. The score of the day was Rory Lambe cutting a sideline ball over the bar. We now have two weeks left to the summer break up. Next Saturday Arklow Geraldines/Ballymoney are bringing some teams up to play us and we look forward to this. Special word of congratulations to Tom and Dee Kearney on the birth of Daughter Rebecca. This is sure to keep Tom tied to the Academy for another few years and adds to the future of camoige. ...

Blitz in Ballinteer

17 May, 2008

This was a very busy weekend for the Academy. The Year 2000's had a blitz in Ballinteer with St. Johns and Cuala. There were some very evenly contested matches. The Year 2001's hosted a blitz in Bray with St. Johns and Cuala. Again this was a chance for the children to continue with their skill development as well as the competitive side of things. The highlight of the Weekend was our trip to Croke Park on Sunday. We had 85 parents and children on the trip and a great day was had. A memorable experience for the children to be present for such a great Wicklow Win. Our Congratulations to Dara and the team and we wish them well against Laois in the next round. ...

Blitz in Old Conna

12 May, 2008

Last Saturday we hosted a Hurling Blitz. We were well represented with 3 teams. These teams are now getting more used to the competitive games and playing different clubs is helping develop them. A special word of thanks to the parents who helped set up the pitches and for those that provided all the refreshments. Next Saturday the Year 2000 team have a football blitz in Ballinteer and theYear 2001 are hosting a football blitz in Bray. The Year 2002/2003 will train as normal from 10am -12pm. Also on Sunday we will be on our annual trip to Croke Park. We wish the Wicklow Team the best of luck. ...

Blitz in Kilcoole

14 April, 2008

This week our Under 8's took part in a Hurling Blitz in Kilcoole. We were well represented with 3 teams. There were great performances all round. Team 1 was Darragh Rochford, Mcdara O'Mhidigh, Noah Daly, Cian Lohan, Michael Ryan, Brona Murphy, Ben Kearney, Fiachra Bond, Callum Dolling. Team 2 was Conor Plower, Ciaran McKay, Andrew Conway, Patrick Regan, Sean MacGabhann, Tricia Phelan, Joe Phelan, Mark Tresson. Team3 wasJames Anders, Gavin O'Shea, David Maloney, Matthew Dehanschutter, Rory Kenny, Alannah Donohoe, Andrew O'Brien, Donnacha Griffin. ...