All in Na Fianna are absolutely delighted and honoured with last Friday night’s election of our own John Horan as the next Uachtarán of the GAA. Sincere congratulations to John and the Horan family on this fantastic achievement. Thanks to everyone who supported John during his campaign and to all those clubs and individuals throughout the country who sent best wishes and messages of good luck since Friday night’s election. Maith thú John, táimiíd go léir an bhródúil asat. Adult Football cup competitions continued at the weekend and congrats to AFL5’s and AFL8’s who both continue their winning ways. Wins also for Inter and Junior B hurlers in cup competitions. Congrats to Na Fianna’s Cian O Dalaigh, representing DCU, on winning the American Colleges Handball Doubles title in Arizona. Well done also to Meadhbh Ni Dhalaigh making it to last eight. Fleadh na bhFiann, a day-long club festival of music, dance, singing and storytelling for young and old alike, will be held in Na Fianna on Saturday 4th March. A great day is planned culminating in a big Céilí that night, fáilte roimh cách, all welcome. All five adult football teams play in league on Sunday. At 10.30am Seniors host Kilmacud in Mobhi Road and Senior 2’s are away against Balinteer. Junior A and B away at 12 noon, A’s in Rush and B’s play Portobello. AFL10’s play Cabinteely in Collinstown at 3pm. Senior 1 Camogie team play Lucan in Collinstown at 2pm. Minor A hurlers host St Vincents in Mobhi Road at 12.15,B’s away against Clontarf at 11. Best of luck to all teams, support welcome. Congrats to Leah Caffrey and Dublin’s Senior ladies footballers on Sunday’s win. Hard luck to Dublin’s Senior Camogie team including Eve O’Brien, Arlene Cushen, Zoe O’Donoghue and Niamh Rock and well done to Conor McHugh and Dublin’s Senior footballers against Donegal, maintaining unbeaten form.