Congrats to our U-21A hurlers on Sunday’s Championship final win against Kilmacud Crokes and by doing so created club history by claiming the title for the first time. Well done to the lads, the management team and all involved. Best wishes to Philip McElwee on his ratification as incoming Senior Football Manager and thanks to Pillar Caffrey and his team for their commitment over the past three years. Congrats to Roisin Baker, Niamh Gleeson and Grainne Free who were named recently on Dublin Camogie’s Premier Junior panel. Na Fianna’s Christmassy Concert Friday 16th December at 8pm, sees a selection of seasonal music from a gathering of singers and choirs. Great night promised, tickets €10 on the door or on sale in members’ bar. Extended Christmas opening hours for the Na Fianna Club Shop have been advised as follows; Thurs 15th 7pm – 9pm and Sat 17th 9am – 1pm. Shop will then close for Christmas break and reopen again on Sat 21st January. Club hurley shop also open late for Christmas shopping on Thurs (15th and 22nd) and Fri (16th and 23rd) 9-1pm and 2-5.30pm. Hurley shop also open 9-12 on Sat 17th. All Na Fianna grass pitches closed until end of January. The 5th annual Christmas tree collection taking place Saturday January 7th, details on website. The Annual Na Fianna Mass, offered for all Club members who have lost family during the year and for all deceased Club members and their families will take place at 4pm on Sunday 8th January in the Club, everybody welcome. Club office closes 1pm 22nd Dec and will reopen early January. Members’ subscriptions due since AGM and can be paid in Club office Mon-Fri 9.30 to 1pm, in the Club on Saturday mornings or online, see Club website. Congrats to our neighbours St Vincents on Sunday’s Leinster final win.