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Wednesday, 19th September 18
It may have taken all year, but the Blackhall Senior Camogie Team finally have an up to date picture! This was taken after a narrow defeat to neighbours Dunboyne on Monday, in the lovely and well-lit Dunganny which thankfully became available at the last minute and saved the girls a trip to Kinnegad. The women have retained their Senior status for another year and, with the amazing underage structure in place, are sure to achieve great things in the years to come.
Monday, 17th September 18
On Saturday (15th September) Blackhall Gaels participated in a huge All-Ireland U8 blitz in Newbridge Sarsfields. 492 U8 players from 19 clubs throughout Ireland participated in the event that kicked off at 12.30 and finished up at around 4.30pm after a long day of football.
BHG had 2 teams entered. Team 1 played against Glen Rovers from Cork, Moorefield from Kildare and Naas. Team 2 played against St Galls from Antrim, Sarsfields from Newbridge and a 2nd Naas team.
The BHG line-ups were:
Also in attendance at the blitz was Sam Maguire along with 2 members of the Dublin All Ireland senior team, Brian Howard and Eoghan Murchin. The kids were delighted to get their photo taken with Sam and the lads, and also to meet the Kildare U20 All Ireland winners who also dropped by with their cup.
Many thanks to the Sarsfield organisers for the invitation to such a brilliant event!
And thank you to the coaches and parents for all of their support. What a fabulous, fun event for our young players.
Sunday, 16th September 18
BHG Fixture update: Feis Cup v O'Mahonys this morning Sun 16/9 at 10.30am in Kilcloon is OFF.
Ladies and Girls Camogie
Adult and Boys football and Hurling
Ladies and Girls Football
Our Ladies football section has a team for all ages from as soon as the girls start school up to adult level.
Boys can join the academy as soon as they start primary school and can play football and hurling up to adult level.
Our ladies play Camogie up to the highest level and our underage structure is there to deliver players for the next generation.