Garda Westmanstown Gaels

Founded 1922/2004

Co. Dublin

U15 Boys on track for Feile!

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Our U15 boys have officially kicked off on their journey to Feile for the year. Having played their league opener on Saturday, for which the match report of is below, the boys now look to their joined Feile fundraiser, which they are running alongside the U15 girls, this coming Friday, March 1st. The quiz kicks off at 8pm , being held in Westmanstown Conference centre. It is € 40 per table of 4, with all proceeds going towards our U15 boys and girls Feile journey, getting them kitted out and ready to go! The more the merrier, so spread the word and see you on Friday night!


After a few false starts, due to weather cancellations, our U15 boys finally got start their Feile Games.

Hurling was the code for Sundays game in a blustery & cold Phoenix Park v Oliver Plunketts ER.

Our boys started fast and ruthless, into the stiff breeze, and up the hill, running in 3 goals in quick succession. A few points, and successful frees, proving a comfortable cushion at half time. 
Plunketts came back into it and hit with some fine long range points, but the GWG boys kept them well away from any goal threats.  An early knock to the elbow of the battling Ollie McCormack, allowed Daniel Wallace to enter the fray.  Good recycling of the ball by Cillian Doherty & Daniel Mulryan in the corner fwd positions also kept the opposition under pressure. 

The second half followed the same path, with a few more scores killing the game off as a competition. Captain Aidan Doyle was our scorer in chief, assisted by Darragh Burns, Sean Solan, Daniel Wallace, & Shane Flanagan.  The midfield duo of Sean Lynch & Harry Walsh hovered up possession & provided a few scores of their own.  The few skirmish’s into our defence was stuffed out by a half back line marshalled by Jack Sheridan and aided by the busy Liam Foran & Henry Todd. Solid work from Eoin Gleeson & Conor Teehan, in the corners with Colm Murphy at full back, knocking over a long range free. A dashing burst out of defence from Henry Todd, quick ball into Darragh Burns , and another quick ball to Sean Solan, who dispatched the sliotar between the sticks, was probably the score of the game.  Can’t forget our kepper Cian Lynch, who was possibly the coldest person in the park!!!!

All told, a very cold, but highly entertaining & enjoyable start to our Feile journey for 2024!

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