Good start to the championship by our senior ladies footballers last Wednesday with a hard fought draw against Fingallians. Well done also to AHL4 and AHL6 hurling teams on League wins at the weekend. Congrats to Eoin O’Dea, David O’Hanlon, David Lacey, captain Donal Ryan and the Dublin minor footballers on their championship win against Longford. This week is an extremely busy one on the adult games front. In Camogie, the seniors have a Premier League semi-final on Tuesday away to St Vincent’s while Senior 2s are at home to Nh Fionnbarra on Thursday. Best wishes also to Junior ‘B’ ladies footballers who begin their championship campaign on Wednesday at home to Raheny and to Junior ‘D’s in League action away to Craobh . On the mens’ side things are even busier. Seniors have two AFL1 matches away to Ballymun Kickhams on Wednesday and to St Brigid’s on Saturday. Senior 2s are at home in AFL2 to Scoil on Tuesday and away to St Pat’s in Palmerstown on Saturday. Juniors have two matches on Tuesday and Sunday with the AFL5 team at home to Nh Mearnog and Erin’s Isle and the AFL8 team at home to Round Towers Clondlakin and away to Nh Olaf. Please see the club website for details of all fixtures. The Senior Football Golf Classic takes place this Friday May 26th in Donabate Golf Club. Please contact Pat Breen (087-6891241), John Caffrey (087-6917295) or Gerry Donohoe (087-6736294) for details and sponsorship opportunities. The next outing for the Na Fianna Golf Society will be on Monday 19th June in Lucan Golf Club. Please contact Ciaran Gray at 087 2269133. New members are always welcome. Watch out for our Pop Up Gaeltacht on Sunday 11th June at 5pm in the clubhouse. Failte roimh chach. Deepest sympathies to Adrian Tierney on the death of his mother. Ar Dheis De go raibh a h-anam.