Salmo's our family!
A little bit of Salmo history was made recently, when Father and Son, Adam & Sean Mc Donagh played together, against Terenure in a J5 League game.
Conor Martin Cup takes place tonight at 8pm in Kirwan Park:
Tonight at 8pm in Kirwan Park the annual Conor Martin Cup Game, between the De La Salle Palmerston u-18 and the De La Salle College Churchtown Senior Cup Team, takes place at Kirwan Park. This is the 6th year that this long standing fixture has been contested for the prestigious Conor Martin Trophy.
Conor Martin was a proud and popular member of DLSP & De La Salle College Churchtown, where he was a pupil. Conor sadly passed away in 2005 aged 16.
A large crowd is expected to attended the fixture, with the college having won the game for the last two seasons.
The attached photo shows Conor's Mother Monica, presenting the Conor Martin Cup after last years game to the Captain of the De La Salle College Churchtown Senior Cup Team Niall Mahon, with Karl Burke (L) Hon. Club Secretary) and John Dwyer of DLSP Management Committee(R).
O'Rourke and Ireland U-18 Club Side beat France U-19's in France
DLSP U-17 & Ireland U-18 player Josh O'Rourke receiving his Ireland Cap from Caleb Powell IRFU President
It was a big week for Salmo Man Josh O'Rourke, who played for the Irish U-18 Club side in front of a crowd of 4,000, when they took on France's U-19 team in Quimper France. The icing on the cake was a 27-14 win for the boys in green.
To read a full match report, click on the following link: http://www.irishrugby.ie/rugby/22970.php?utm_source=mdm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=The+Latest+Club+Rugby+News
Salmo U-15's to play Suttonians in the Metro Cup Final:
Best of luck to our U-15's who have capped an excellent season by reaching the Metro U-15's Cup Final, where they will take on Suttonians. The game will take place out in Barnhalls ground in Leixlip on Thursday evening. Best of luck boys!
No Joking Ladies Only Night a huge success!!
Rory "The Druid Chef" & Dave Hicks of The Meat Factory Outlet
On Friday April 1st last, over 105 ladies attended DLSPs inaugural Ladies Only Night at Kirwan Park.
A ladies committee, consisting of Sandra Mc Keown, Monica Byrne, Gill Nealon and Oonagh Ryan did sterling work in planning this novel event and ensuring it was a huge success.
The event was a fund raiser for the u-11’s & 12’s, who this April will go on Tour to the London Irish Festival at Sunbury, for the 27th season in a row.
The event received great support and sponsorship from a number of club members and their businesses, with particular mention for Dan McCartney at Super Valu Raheny who were the Corporate Sponsors.
The night consisted of a Ready Steady Cook Display that was organised by Dave Hicks of the Meat Factory Outlet. Dave did an excellent job as M.C. on the night and ensured everyone had great fun as he had known most of the ladies since their sons joined the club at U-6, where he is Head Coach. Visit his website at: http://www.themeatfactoryoutlet.com/
The tickets offered great value for money at €25 each, for which on arrival you received a complimentary drink of your choice and a complimentary high value goody bag, that included: €100 voucher from Top Flight Holidays, a 1litre bottle of west Coast Cooler (sponsored by Irish Distillers), a box of Lir Handmade chocolates, a very generous selection of cosmetics donated by Oriflame Cosmetics and a €10 voucher for the Meat Factory Outlet.
When the Ready Steady Cook event was finished, a tasty 2 course meal was served by Gerry Doyle and his team at the front row restaurant , which was followed by music on the night by DJ Tony Finlay.
All in all, making sure that this night will now become an annual event on the Salmo Social calendar, well done ladies!
U-17's win in Spain
John Quinn Coach of the U17's, has been in touch to advise that they won a 3 way tournament in Malaga, Spain at the weekend, beating local clubs Araxarquia Rugby and CS Malaga along the way in the Municipal Stadium at Velez Malaga.
Opening the tournament DLSP best host team Araxarquia 35-0 with great tries from Niall Campbell Lorcan o Doherty and Sean Quinn being the pick.
The second game was closer with CS Malaga's "Argentinian" front row presenting major problems for Salmo until our technical superiority paid dividends. The pick of the tries was a 9 10 12 wrap which saw out half Ciall Brennan score a cracker. Salmo eventually ran out winners 29 - 17 to bring another international trophy home to Kirwan Park Well Done boys!
Two Big games this week:
J5 O'Connor Cup 2nd Round, DLSP Vs Bective in Glenamuck at 3pm on Saturday.
U-21 Purcell Cup Semi-Final Replay in Kirwan Park on Sunday at 3pm
Please support all these games