Carnew Emmets (@1.72) vs Coolkenno (@2.37)

Our Prediction:

Carnew Emmets will win

Carnew Emmets – Coolkenno Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 10:00

The Healy family will be holding a Phil Healys Red Lipstick Day in honour of Nel Healy, RIP, and in order to raise funds for various clubs in the town. A monster raffle will then take place and everyone hopes that it will become an annual event especially in the memory of Nel Healy. There will be a world record attempt for the most people, young and old, wearing red lipstick in the same venue at the same time.

Kevins, Bray St. Contents: Authors Note Focal n gCathaoirleach Thanks Dialann Seachtaine i gClub i 1984 The First Convention The Power and the Politics How it all began The Years of Struggle 1887-1929 [Club Histories Section] Annacurra Arklow Rock Parnells Arklow Geraldines Ashford Avoca Avondale Aughrim Ballinacor Ballinastoe Ballymanus Ballymoney Baltinglass Barndarrig Blessington Bray Emmets Carnew Emmets Coolboy Coolkenno Donard Dunlavin Enniskerry Forestry College Bray Glenealy Greystones Hollywood Kilbride Kilcoole Killiskey Kilmacanogue Kiltegan Knockananna Lacken Laragh Newcastle Newtown Rathdangan Roundwood Rathnew Shillelagh Stratford St. Lawlor Three Finals 1971 [ballad] / Jimmy Smullen The Day Wicklow Won Their First All-Ireland The Men of Thirty-six [ballad] / Jimmy Smullen Leinster Champions in 1949 A Great Leinster Junior Football Final Dunlavins Finest Hour / Johnny Kelly A Report from the Wee North / Pat McEntaggart Happy Days in Barndarrig / Patrick Furlong The Great 1969 Junior Team The Match I Refereed Without a Watch / Eamonn Moules Some of Wicklows Football Greats The Blues had the Touch of Class The Day Blessington Won the Big One! / Tommy Glynn The Role of the Rnai / Liam O Cathain The Crystal Ball! OByrne Cup and National League Wins Arklow Showed the Way History Makers The Ban The Dublin Connection The Under-Age Scene A Great Woman A World Champion from Wicklow Town Two Famous Wicklow Men Special Trophies for County Championship Winners 1984 Feach MacHugh OByrnes Last Words [poem] The Battle of Dernamuck [ballad] Random Reflections The Blackbird of Sweet Avondale [ballad] Camogie Flowed Like the Tide / Mary Moran A Thought for the New Century [Camogie Section] The Wicklow Camogie Story Camogie Down the Years Great Wicklow Camogie Teams When Wicklow Were Expelled The Year Wexford Nearly Got Us All-Ireland Stars The Day the Man Wore a Skirt Arklow the Cradle of Wicklow Camogie / Nancy Lynch-Quinn Glenealy were in a Class Apart When St. Martins won County Titles Along by the Dargle Hollywood in the Rare Ould Times / Brid Ni Bishman Great Days in Ballyrichard Activity in Kilmacanogue Donard Michael Dwyers Aughrim Camogie Club Avoca the Current Champions Champions from Stratford Shillelagh a Camogie Stronghold Camogie on Wicklow Town / Angela Cullen (nee Quinn) Hollywood Won Three Titles Kiltegan Won Five Senior Camogie Titles Game is Flourishing in Knockananna Annacurras Headquarters was Sweeneys Island Some of the Other Camogie Clubs Senior Camogie Winners Far Away in France and Flanders [poem] / W.J. A Wicklow Final Played in Carlow Lest we Forget / George Nichols A Flashback to 1952 C. Patricks St. Butler [Handball Section] Handball in Wicklow The Handball Story / Dick Arnold [Record Section] The Eight Red Letter Days Centenary Year Results County Teams Centenary Year Champions in the Centenary Year The First Thirty Years Roll of Honour Final Score for Sixty Years Football Champions Hurling Champions Inter-County Senior and Minor Football Teams 1937-1983 The Junior Footballers Senior B Hurling Championship Intermediate Hurling Championship The Junior Hurlers Vocational Schools Roll of Honour Wicklow Handball Wins The Lady Handballers Handball Champions Wicklow Handball Championships The Last Word. / Jimmy Hatton The day of the Long Count From Kilcoole to San Francisco / Jimmy Hatton Cumann Luth-Chleas Gael na nGairm Scol / Hugh OBrien When Wicklow Played Senior Hurling Wicklows First Hurling Win Champions of Leinster 1954 [ballad] / Jimmy Smullen The Rise of Wicklow Hurling / Jackie Napier The Year Sixty-Seven an All Ireland Success [poem] / Jimmy Smullen The Hurling Resurgence In Luton Town / N. Duffy The Wicklow Vales [ballad] / Fr. M. was the G.A.A The Exiles Played a Major Role The day that Ashford Broke the Barrier / Tom McHugh The Man Who Made it to the Top A Record Breaker from Avoca Hugh McCarthy The Man from Ballinaclash / Jimmy Dunne The Centenary Year A Laois Man Looks at Wicklow The Men at the Helm The Railway Cup Men A Note from the Early Days County Officers for Centenary Year Getting the Scores Battles in the Boardroom The Day Ashford Rocked Rathnew Bord na ng / Seamus ODuinn The Good Samaritans The Day that Wicklow Shocked Wexford The Day of the Shambles in Aughrim Newtowns First Senior Championship Win / Michael Crinnion Kilbrides Big Day in 1962 / Charlie Roe SCR The Wintertime Winner / Tomas Breathnach A Place to Play Memories from the West / Joe Deering Santa Came Early to Glenealy! J. Fergals The Glen of Imaal Tinahely Tuckmill Valleymount The Men of the West / Peter Keogh In the deep South / Seamus ODuinn Along the East Coast Report from the North / Tommy Coleman [Some Other Clubs Section] Ballinglen Grangecon Ballykillageer Crossbridge Ballinatona Whitestown Glenmalure Ballyteskin Glassnarget Moneystown Delgany Redcross Brittas Hacketstown Ballycoogue Eire g/Greystones The Greatest Wicklow Team A leader from Killiskey One of Wicklows Biggest days Six Wicklow Teams Played in Wexford The Year Wicklow Reached the Leinster Senior Final A Trip to Clonskeagh in 1889 How I Became a Referee / Eamonn Moules The Perils of Refereeing!


The Under-10 and Under-8 footballers continue to do well at the Go Games blitzes and while there is a great turn out for training every Tuesday evening, we are not getting the same turn out at the blitzes. We would ask parents to consider bringing their children to the blitzes as it is a great way to spend a Saturday morning, the kids certainly enjoy the occasion and the parents get a chance to have a chat with other like minded parents.

Thanks also to all our members for your continued support. This is a great news story for our club and will enable the completion of our Ballymoney development. Many thanks to our focus group, Jimmy Dunne, Ray Menton, Gillian Byrne, John Lawlor, Freddie Millar, Donal Duffy, Martin McAndrew, and Michael Phelan, who worked long and hard to secure this funding which we all in AGB are very thankful for.

The perfect tonic for Coolkenno, the worst feeling in the world for a goalkeeper. But Elaine Keogh was in flying form and she pointed and then goaled for her side in a matter of minutes; the goal coming from a high ball which Shelly Doran in the Carnew goal spilled due to pressure from a Coolkenno attacker and the ball ended up in the back of the net.

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There is a busy week ahead for Newtown juvenile teams, but before we get to that we must thank Ian Culbert, Noel Doyle, and Titch Healy for their help in the recent Under-14 match when a young man, Padraig Keogh, was taken to hospital. All at Newtown GAA send their thanks to those who assisted and wish Padraig a speedy recovery.

About: To commemorate the centenary of the founding of the Gaelic Athletic Association each county in Ireland produced a book on the history of the GAA in that county. It includes club histories, significant results and teamsheets all set against the context of 100 years of local and national history. This is Wicklows contribution and what a contribution it is. A massive 638-page volume details 100 years of Gaelic Games activities in the county.

Subs: Ciara Jordan, Tia Byrne, Miriam Smyth, Niamh Murphy, Jamie Brwnrigg, Bridn Hughes, Ciara Ryan, Alison Smyth, Niamh O'Keeffe, Toni Doran, Liz Collins, Aisling Balfe, Vicki Mulhall, Paula Molloy, Ann Cumiskey. Carnew Emmets: Michelle Doran; Sinead Kinsella, Mire Doran, Helen Hughes; Lauren Byrne, Sinead Ryan, abha Barnes; Fianna O'Reilly, Ella Doran; Chloe Turner, Shauna Hilley, Laura Kavanagh; Claire Turner, Aoibhn Myers, Niamh Myers.

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Meanwhile, the Under-8s and Under-10s played great at their blitz in Knockananna last Saturday (July 5). The Under-14s continue to impress with a win over Kiltegan on June 30. It's been a quiet week for the camogie club. The Under-12s are on a break until July 25 with the Under-13s due to play Annacurra at home on July 11.

She thanked the management team of Brian Walker, John Bermingham and Justin Sharpe and complimented Carnew on a tough game and made reference to the fierce rivalry which exists between the sides. In accepting the championship cup from the ladies GAA County Chairman Derek Murphy, Coolkenno captain Jo Doyle paid tribute to her colleagues who had worked hard over the last number of years in search of this crown.