General News

Club news 3 September 2018

Two very important events are in the pipeline for the coming week, one sporting and one social.The former, Eire Og v Rathnew in the Renault Senior Football Championship in Joule Park at 5p.m. on Sunday has about it, on form to date, the air of lambs being led to the slaughter with the predicted outcome Read the full article…

Club news 13 August 2018

PEIL NA MBANAfter their defeat in the 1stround of the championship at the hands of An Tochar the fortunes of our adult ladies took a turn for the better on Thursday with an 11-07 to 5-08 win over neighbours Newtown. League form would have installed Eire Og as firm favourites so it was not at Read the full article…

Club news 6 August 2018

Senior footballers defeated: Both teams struggled in the opening round but on this occasion served up a keenly contested game that saw Bray Emmets hold off the stiff challenge provided by the Greystones men o emerge victorious with a three-point winning margin to get their championship ambitions back on track. A foul on wing forward Read the full article…

Club news 23 July 2018

Cul camps: Unprecedented numbers signed on for the 2 Cul Camps hosted by the club. 190 players, camogie and hurling, took part in last weeks camp, the last session of which was disrupted by rain.The football camp which is being run this week has 200 participants and from the enquires during last weeks camp it Read the full article…

Club news 9 July 2018

SENIOR HURLERS MISS OUT: IT was a winning start to the Dacia Cars Senior Hurling Championship for St. Patricks as they bested Eire Og in Bray on Monday evening. As always, Andy OBrien was a key figure for Pats and the sharp-shooter bagged the contests only goal and it arrived at a crucial time. It Read the full article…