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Busy Times for Bunscoil an tSléibh Dhuibh   27/11/2018

                            Bunscoil an tSléibhe Dhuibh’s boys and girls contested their respective Allianz Cumann na mBunscol C league finals just before the Halloween break. Both squads practised tirelessly throughout the week, challenging one another to games during break and lunchtimes. The boys came up against a talented St Kevin’s side and took advantage of the strong breeze in the first half. Nonetheless our neighbours from St Kevin’s continued to work hard in the second half and battled well up until the final whistle. However, with their excellent team play and disciplined tackling it was the men from Ballymurphy who would end the game as victors as they proudly claimed the Allianz Cumann na mBunscol C League title for 2018.

                            The girls then played an epic end to end game against a wonderful Park Lodge side. Park Lodge, being led by Tyrone star Mr. Murray, were clearly well coached and produced counter attacks at the sort of blistering speed that Micky Harte himself would have been proud of. The Whiterock side gave it their all and made some heroic tackles whilst showcasing their impressive scoring ability. However, after a nail-biting finale it was the Park Lodge girls who emerged victorious and the Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Girl’s C League trophy will rest deservingly in their Antrim Road cabinet. Many thanks to host St Bride’s for use of their fantastic facilities and to the referees who officiated with distinction. A special word of praise also to all member of the committee at Cumann na mBunscol Aontroma. Gaelic games are thriving in the city at the moment and your efforts are to be highly commended. 

Go raibh míle maith agaibh.





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