Lucan Sarsfields GAA

12th Lock Lucan, Dublin

Lucan Sarsfields GAA

Lucan Sarsfields GAA

12th Lock Lucan, Dublin

Lucan Sarsfields GAA

Lucan Sarsfields GAA

12th Lock Lucan ,
Dublin, Ireland.

Lucan Sarsfields GAA

September 2 2021

Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Notes

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Congratulations to Lucan Sarsfields Minor B Hurlers, winners of the 2021 Division 4 Minor Hurling League, following the win over Kevins last Sunday, thanks to sponsor Keelings and also to Suir Engineering. Both our U16 Ladies Football teams got off to positive starts in the championship as did the 15A and 14A’s. For the first time on Monday evening last, Lucan Sarsfields had four Minor Ladies Football teams in championship action, with good wins for the B’s and D’s. On Tuesday the Camogie Junior 3’s and 4’s both recorded wins. Well done also to Intermediate Ladies Football who finished their league campaign in mid table with a win over Ballinteer on Wednesday while the Junior A's made it 4 wins out of 4 in the division 7 league.


The Dublin Senior Hurling Championship gets underway on this Sunday, September 5th when Lucan take on Setanta at 2pm in O’Toole Park. Best of Luck to all


Best of Luck to the Dublin Ladies Football senior team and our own Paul Casey and Abby Shiels in the All Ireland Final as the Dubs bid for 5-in-a-row against Meath on Sunday.


Commiserations to John O’Connell and the Dublin Minor Camogie team who were pipped at the post by Cork in the Tesco All-Ireland Camogie Semi-Finals, and to our six representatives, Millie Reid, Sinead Daly, Phoebe Shannon, Hannah Gibbs, Clíodhna Ní Bhuachalla, and Sophie McIntyre.



A message from SDCC

Please note that the carpark at Griffeen park is closed for upgrading and expanding as part of the construction of the new Lucan swimming pool. I wish to remind you that no club has permission to park cars or allow visiting teams park their cars on green open spaces or to inconvenience residents within the area.  


The allocation of Pitches/Sporting Facilities Policy and Conditions clearly states the following; Where car parks have been provided, clubs must ensure that both their members and the visiting teams avail of these facilities. Where no car park is provided, clubs must ensure that all cars are parked so as to minimize inconvenience to adjoining residents and to avoid unnecessary complaints and nuisance to owners and occupiers of surrounding properties.   It will also be the responsibility of the club to ensure that visiting teams are fully aware of and respect the parking agreements.




Lost and Found.

Therre a a number of items of clothing: club tops, hoodies, etc., that were left behind after the recent summer camps. If you child is missing any of these items, please call up to the club and collect from the area outside the dressing rooms.









Lucan Sarsfields Golf Society


Jack Butler wishes to sincerely thank the very generous sponsors and supporters of his brilliant Captain's Day in Luttrellstown last Saturday, where the sun split the fairways. Special thanks goes to; Automatic Sprinkler Company, Dalton and Co Estate Agents, Courtney's and Smyth's Public Houses, Advalue Ltd, Tipperary Association in Dublin, Paddy Cunniffe Wood Turning, Keane Windows. 58 golfers tackled the splendid but very challenging layout.


Results are as follows: 

Capt's Prize winner 2021; Stephen Murphy (12) 41pts. Congrats Stephen, awesome score. 

2nd overall; Richie Doyle (17) 37pts. 

3rd overall; Christy Tucker (16) 36pts.

Cat 1 winner; Mick O'Hara (12) 35pts. 

2nd Cat 1; JP Auguste (16) 34pts BB9.

Cat 2 winner; Stephen Barrett (19) 33pts, 

2nd Cat 2; Shane Carton (20) 29pts.

Cat 3 winner; Shaun White (25) 35pts. 

2nd Cat 3; Michael May (24) 32pts.

Front 9; John Clancy (16) 18pts. 

Back 9; Colm Larkin (12) 18pts.

2's Club; Stephen Murphy, Gerry O'Grady, Christy Tucker, Shaun White.

Longest drive; Colm Larkin. 

Nearest the pin; Seamus Fagan.

Past Captains winner; (13 played), Mick O'Hara (12) 35pts.

Visitors (15 played); 1st Liam Meade (7) 35pts. 2nd Gerald Gleeson (19) 31pts.


Celebrations / presentations will take place after our next (and last for 2021) outing in Millicent on Sat 25th Sept. (covid protocols permitting).  

To book a slot in Millicent please contact/text Jack Butler on 087 258 2780 or Seamus Fagan on 086 816 8984

Golfer of the Year, - best 3 cards - (seriously hotting up now), will conclude in Millicent.

Many thanks again to all who played in Luttrellstown and congrats to all winners. 

Looking forward to seeing you all in Millicent.





The LDCU Academy takes place on Saturday mornings for boys and girls aged between 4 and 7. 

Pre-registration is essential, Click Here for more details.



12th Lock Café is open from 6pm-8pm weekdays and weekend mornings when training/matches are taking place.


The ONeills Club Shop is open Thursday 7-9pm, and Saturday 10am-1pm.



Lucan Sarsfields GAA Club Lotto


Jackpot €14,200

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot of €13,800 held on 2nd September 2021. 

The numbers drawn were: 

7, 19, 26, 27

Lucky Dip winners of €30 each:  

Declan Lee, Sue Quinn, Ben Brogan, Noel Hickey, Teresa and Pat Quinn


The Jackpot for the next draw, to be held on Thursday 9th September, is €14,200, and is sponsored by:

O'Grady Hearing Care Services


The draw, managed by Gerry McAndrew, will live streamed from the Clubhouse at 9pm to our Facebook page. 

Tickets can be purchased via the website, ClubForce APP or at the following link: 


Go raibh míle maith agaibh as ucht tacú le Na Sárséalaigh Leamhcáin.


For The Record


Go-Ahead Camogie Championship Inter 2

Lucan Sarsfields B 1-8, Whitehall Colmcille 5-7 @Lucan Sarsfields




Go-Ahead Adult Ladies Football League Division 2

Lucan Sarsfields 2-9, Ballinteer St Johns 2-7  @12th Lock


Go-Ahead Adult Ladies football League Division 7b

Lucan Sarsfields B 1-14, Ballyboden St Endas D 1-5  @AGP 3




Go-Ahead Camogie Championship Junior 3 A

Lucan Sarsfields C 5-20, St Finians 3-2  @Lucan Sarsfields


Go-Ahead Camogie Championship Junior 4A Group B

Faughs/Celtic C 1-3, Lucan Sarsfields D 9-9  @Faughs/Celtic




U18 Ladies Football Championship Division 1 Group A

Lucan Sarsfields 2-9, St Brigids A 2-13  @12th Lock


U18 Ladies Football Championship Division 5 Group A

Lucan Sarsfields B 10-19, O Tooles 2-2  @12th Lock


U18 Ladies Football Championship Division 6 Group A

Clontarf B 4-15, Lucan Sarsfields C 1-4  @St Annes No 34


U18 Ladies Football Championship Division 9 Group A

Lucan Sarsfields 1-3, Clontarf C 0-1  @12th Lock



Minor Hurling League Division Four Final

Lucan Sarsfields 4-11, Kevins 2-10  @Arthur Griffith Park


U16 Ladies Football Championship Division 3 Group A

Clanna Gael/Fontenoy 6-0, Lucan Sarsfields 14-20  @Ringsend Park 1


U16 Championship Division 7 Group B

Lucan Sarsfields B 7-3, St Monicas 6-4  @12th Lock


U15 Football A Qualifying Gp.A

Naomh Barrog 3-9, Lucan Sarsfields A 2-4  @St Annes 14


U14 Ladies Football Championship Division 1 Group B

Clontarf A 3-4, Lucan Sarsfields 4-23  @St Annes No 34


U14 Ladies Football Championship Division 6 Group A

Lucan Sarsfields B 1-5, St Annes 5-10  @12th Lock




U15 Ladies Football Championship Division 2 Group B

Erin Go Bragh 2-5, Lucan Sarsfields 4-18  @Hunters Run Park


U15 Ladies Football Championship Division 7 Group A

Lucan Sarsfields B 1-3, Fingal Ravens 6-19  @12th Lock


U14 Football A Qualifying Gp.B

St Judes A 4-12, Lucan Sarsfields A 1-10  @Tymon Park


U14 Football C Qualifying Gp.A

Lucan Sarsfields B 1-3, Ballyboden St Endas B 8-12  @12th Lock


U14 Football F Qualifying Gp.A

Lucan Sarsfields C 4-13, Eblana(St Brendans/SJG) 7-10  @12th Lock


U13 Football Grading League Div.1

Lucan Sarsfields A 0-9, Na Fianna A 2-13  @Arthur Griffith Park


U13 Football Grading League Div.5

St Sylvesters B 8-9, Lucan Sarsfields B 9-21  @Bridgefield


U13 Football Grading League Div.9

Lucan Sarsfields C 10-12, Whitehall Colmcille B 0-3  @Arthur Griffith Park


U12 Football A Group 1

Lucan Sarsfields 1 Win, Ballinteer St Johns 1 Lose @St Catherines Park


U12 Football C Group 1

Good Counsel Liffey Gaels Lose, Lucan Sarsfields 2 Win  @Walkinstown Avenue


U12 Football F Group 1

Lucan Sarsfields 4 Lose, Kilmacud Crokes 6 Win @St Catherines Park








Match reports are always welcome after every game. Please include the date and time of the fixture, the venue, opposition and competition. 

If you have a team photo, or a photo of the coin-toss, that would be great, and always include the squad list and scorers.

Send reports by email using this link  or you can use this form to submit a report online


Sunday 29 August 2021, 

Minor Hurling League Division 4 Final, 12th Lock

Lucan Sarsfields 4-11  Kevins 2-10.


Lucan Minor B hurlers captured the league title in a very competitive and entertaining final win over Kevins at the 12th Lock on Sunday morning.  This game was closer than the final scoreline might suggest and was very much in the balance up to the final few minutes.  It was an excellent contest that swung one way and then the other several times over the hour, before Lucan finally got on top with two late goals.  Lucan had started well with a couple of early points but then Kevins got through for a goal and led 1-1 to 0-2 at the first water break.  Lucan turned the tide again in the second quarter helped by a great goal by full forward Neil O’Leary and some well taken points and were in front 1-7 to 1-3 at half time.  

Fortunes changed again at the start of the second half when Kevins scored 1-3 without reply to lead by 2 after 40 minutes.  Lucan responded again with a nice point from Ross Campion and another goal from O’Leary to regain the lead.  Kevins responded with two quick scores to level the game 2-8 each going into the final quarter. Following a tense sos uisce for both sides, Kevins regained the lead before Lucan equalised again.  Then came a decisive moment when Ryan Brant got on the end of a Lucan delivery to flick to the Kevins net and put a goal between the teams.  A Kevins’ point in reply was cancelled out by good points from Neil O’Leary and Liam Farrell to put Lucan 4 ahead and looking nearly safe as the clock ticked towards the finish.  Then the matter was finally settled when a Deane Boylan free from about 50 yards deceived all before it and found its way to the net to put Lucan 7 clear and assured of victory. 


The Lucan captain Conor Hannon accepted the cup on behalf of the team.  This was a deserved win for a team that went through the league unbeaten and played some very nice hurling allied with a high workrate and intensity.  It was very much a team performance with a very solid backline providing the platform for the forwards where full forward Neil O’Leary led the way with 2-2 from play.  Nine different players contributed to the scoring which shows the spread of ability throughout the team. 


Lucan Team/Scorers:  Justin Myler, Cian McCormack, Dan McCarthy, Jack Kelly, Conor Hannon, Jamie Ryan, Liam Farrell (0-1), Cian Ryan (0-1), Cillian Morrissey, Deane Boylan (1-2f), Josh Brant (0-2), Niall Higgins (0-1), Gareth Kennedy (0-1), Neil O’Leary (2-2), Ross Campion (0-1).  Subs; Aidan Sheary, Adam Duffy, James Goulding, Ryan Brant (1-0), Ryan Fahy, Jamie Ivory.  

Mentors: Stephen McCormack, Christy Boylan, John Kennedy, Declan O’Leary, James Cavanagh.


Sunday 29th August saw Lucan’s Minor B hurlers take on Kevins GAA in the Minor Hurling League Division 4 final. Lucan were looking to complete their league campaign unbeaten against a Kevins team that had pushed them to the pin of their collar in the earlier league meeting.


The match threw in at 11:00 on pitch 1 and took a couple of minutes to settle down with both teams trading early points. With Lucan ahead by a point, Kevins scored the first goal of the game to go 2 points up, Lucan responded well with a goal of their own from Neil O’Leary and points from Niall Higgins and Ross Campion to lead at half time 1-7 to 1-4.


The second half started with a resurgent Kevins scoring 4 unanswered points before Lucan got to grips with them again, the Half Back line of Liam Farrell, James Ryan and Connor Hannon started to impose themselves on the game, this lead to Lucan’s Midfield of Cian Ryan and Cillian Morrissey getting more ball and led to another goal from Neil O’Leary. 


At the second water break the teams were level 2-8 to 2-8, and the league final looked like it could easily go to either side, the Lucan hurlers had other ideas though, in an outstanding 15 minutes Lucan outscored Kevins by 2-3 to 0-2, the goals coming from Ryan Brant and Deane Boylan. When the final whistle blew the score was Lucan 4-11 Kevins 2-10. 

Team captain Connor Hannon accepted the trophy on behalf of the team in what was well deserved recognition of their unbeaten league campaign.


Panel: Justin Myler, Cian McCormack, Danny McCarthy, Jack Kelly, Liam Farrell, James Ryan, Connor Hannon, Cian Ryan, Cillian Morrissey, Deane Boylan, Joshua Brant, Niall Higgins, Gareth Kennedy, Neil O’Leary, Ross Campion, Adam Duffy, Ryan Brant, Jamie Ivory, James Goulding, Ryan Fahy, Aidan Sheary


Scorers : Neil O’Leary 2-2, Deane Boylan 1-2, Ryan Brant 1-0, Joshua Brant 0-2, Cian Ryan 0-1, Ross Campion 0-1, Niall Higgins 0-1, Gareth Kennedy 0-1, Liam Farrell 0-1



The U16B Ladies Footballers who won against St Monicas 7-3 to 6-4 on Sunday,


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