Fingallians GAA Club

Founded 1884

Co. Dublin

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Cover Pic:  Dressing up at the Halloween Nursery & Academy.
Please support our teams by supporting the club lotto !!!

Our week got off to a scary start with the kids in the Nursery & Academy dressing up for Halloween.  Even the coaches got involved.  Thanks to all for making it a great morning of fun for our youngest members.

Eve, Zoey, Ellen, Ava, Amelia and Siobhán helping out in the Nursery

Rachel & Aislinn 

Cian & Adam

AGM 2021
Our date for the 2021 AGM has been set for 29th November.  The official notification with request for nominations to the Executive and Motions will be issued shortly.  The GAA Congress earlier this year made changes to the Standard Type GAA Constitution which we are obliged to follow.  The changes are in the course of being drafted into our Constitution and will be circulated in advance of the AGM.

Ruby's & Fingallians Partnership

Great to see our partnership with Rubys being highlighted in the Fingal Independent this week and on the same week that sees our Intermediate Hurlers through to the County Final.  A recipe for success for sure !!

Match Results & Fixtures
Congratulations to our 1st team Hurlers after a great Intermediate semi final win at the weekend v Naomh Mearnóg.  This now sees us through to the county final for the 2nd year in a row. The final is fixed for 2.30pm on Sunday 14th in Parnell Park. Lots more info next week in the build up.

Commiserations to our Junior hurlers who lost out in the semi final also against Naomh Mearnóg. 

The hurlers wish to thank all the club supporters who came out in big numbers on both days.

Adult Hurlers Sponsored by Ruby's

The U18 Camogie Championship commences next Sunday, 7th November. This is a very positive step for Fingallians Camogie section as it shows a clear player pathway from juvenile to adult for all our younger members.

Fingallians will compete in Division 2 with our first game being a BYE. We then play Ballinteer St. Johns and Whitehall.

Jerseys sponsored by Reade Pensions & Financial Services.

Minor Hurlers
Best of luck to both our Minor Hurling teams in their championship semi finals this weekend with the A team on the main pitch at 11am on Sunday morning v Ballinteer and our B team over in Balheary at the same time.

Also our 1st team ladies are away v Foxrock Cabinteely at 1pm on Sunday in the league semi final. Best of luck ladies.


Saturday  U21 Hurling Champ v Castleknock  Main Pitch 2.30

Sunday     Minor A Hurling Champ  semi final  v Ballinteer  11am Main Pitch
                  Minor B Hurling Champ semi-final v Castleknock 11am container pitch.
                  Senior Ladies  League semi final v Fox\Cab 1pm  away.
                  Minor camogie champ  - BYE

Monday   Junior Ladies v Na Fianna  league 7pm  main pitch.

Lets get out there and support all our teams.

All Ireland Masters Football Final
Best of luck to Richie Herity and Peter Murtagh in their All Ireland Masters Final v Tyrone in Drumlish, Co, Longford this Saturday. 

Best of luck to all our teams this week 

Juvenile Section
Garda Vetting
All coaches and mentors 16 and over must have their Garda Vetting up-to-date.  

On commencement of the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 and 2016 the National Vetting Bureau will provide Garda Vetting applicants with the ability to apply online using the eVetting facility.

Click here to complete an application:  Complete Application

To use our eVetting service you must…

  • Be over 16 years old
  • If aged 16-18 years, have submitted signed “Parent / Guardian” consent form
  • Have or have access to a valid email address
  • Have access to the Internet
  • Have completed the “Proof of Identity” process

U/13 Girls

Congratulations to our U/13 Camogie on winning the Div 3 Championship v Round Towers on a score of 5-06 to 6-01.  Well done all involved.  

Also the U/13 Single Code Football Team won their Group C Shield at home to St. Brendans.

U/14 Girls
Our U14 Camogie won their Championship Final v Craobh Chiaráin on Sunday, in a nail biting final right to the very end. The girls showed great determination and never gave up in a thrilling final. Well done players and all involved.

U/16 Girls

Congratulations to our U/16 single code team who had a great win v St. James Gaels in very wet conditions.  Well done all involved.

Lead mentors contact details for each team:

Please spread the word to neighbours and friends and encourage them to give GAA a go.  If they contact us on we can put them in touch with the relevant mentors or they can contact them directly using list above.

Roberto enjoying a morning of fun & games at the Nursery last Saturday.

If you have any queries as to how you can get your kids involved contact Donagh on (086 8926024) or you can contact us on

Open every Saturday & Sunday mornings from 10am

Contact Claire on 083 0113808
Family Club - Great treat for the Family !!!!

Opening Times:
Friday - 5pm
Saturday- 4pm
Change to opening time Sunday - 3pm

Contact Claire on :  083 0113808
(you can leave a message and Claire will contact you)

Dublin Scór na nÓg will be held in January '22. Fingallians GAA are seeking expressions of interest from Under 17s to represent the club in the following categories: Figure/Céilí Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music, Recitation/Scéalaíocht, Ballad Group, Novelty Act, Question Time and Set Dancing. Contact Liam at 086 3814422.

Scór is a GAA competition that combines all the colour and rivalry of Gaelic Games with the social/fun element of Ireland's traditional past-times. The competition was established by the GAA in 1969 with the aim of promoting Ireland's traditional pastimes and culture while offering club members the chance to meet up, have fun and represent their club during the winter months while Football and Hurling had ceased.

There are eight events/disciplines in Scór that cover all aspects of Irish culture: Figure/Céilí Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music, Recitation/Scéalaíocht, Ballad Group, Novelty Act, Question Time and Set Dancing. The competition is divided into two age levels, Scór Na nÓg, for young people under 17 and Scór Sinsear, for those over 17.

Just like the All-Ireland Football and Hurling Championships clubs taking part in Scór must first take part in a county championship. The winners go on to the provincial championship and then the All-Ireland Final.

Grúpa Comhrá

Buaileann an grúpa gach Céadaoin ag a 9.  Tuilleadh eoilas ó Liam ag 0863814422.
The group meets every Wednesday at 9. This week is in Wrights.  Further info from Liam at 086 381 4422

Is cuma faoin gcaighdeán peile, beimid ag cur chun cinn an Ghaeilge. Má tá suim agat, cláraigh le Liam 

Standard of football is unimportant, promotion of An Ghaeilge is what this is about. If interested, register with Liam at 086 3814422.

Play Lotto - It takes place every Tuesday
9th November JACKPOT :  €3,096

This Weeks Lotto Results

To play online at:


To play bingo at the Drive-in at Fingallians car park, buy your books at the gate. Books bought here must be played in the car park.  

To play bingo on-line at home, you can buy your books at:

Online Bingo Books

Social Dancing 

If you or anyone you know are interested in sponsoring a pitch side advert please get in touch with our sponsorship committee

Hurl Repairs

If you need any hurls mended or bands replaced we will now have a weekly facility. First Team Camogie manager Mick Kennedy has kindly volunteered to help and will be using Seosamh Breathnach Hurley Repairs.  Mick will be collecting hurls at the club on Thursday evenings from the Shop.  Cost should be around €8 and your fixed hurl should be returned to you within 10 days.  All hurls must be clearly named.  Please contact Mick if you have any inquiries (087 254 4651)


If you are a member of Fins and have not yet joined the Gym now is the time.  €100 for the year or €10 a month.

The Club Shop

The shop will be open from 7 - 8.30 on Thursday evenings. Open on Saturday mornings from 10 - 12.30

Keep Fins Tidy

We would like to encourage all players and parents to please take home rubbish after training and games.  If you see rubbish left behind we would kindly ask that you pick it up.  Thanks in advance for your co-operation.

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