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GAA Training starts this morning

GAA Training starts this morning

Today we will have the first GAA session with past pupil Seán Watters. We are really looking forward to developing our skills over the coming weeks!

Match v Kilcash

Match v Kilcash

Our Senior Hurling match v Kilcash will now take place on Monday 14th May at 1:30p.m. in Dualla. This is essentially a Co. Quarter Final. We wish our squad the best of luck for this game. Carpe Diem!

Magnificent Hurling Display

On Tuesday the 24th of April our hurlers recorded their first win of the year. They played against Dublin 7 ETNS. Boys and girls from 3rd to 6th class took part. This was a superb performance, but there is still more work to do before the next game. Tr…

Scoil Dámian Hurlers to play in Croke Park!

Our hurlers are training and improving their skills all the time. They had a great win in the Schools league at the end of April and have more matches coming up in May. Eleven of our young players from 2nd-4th class will represent the school in Croke P…

Great Victory For Senior Hurlers by Cormac, 6th Class

A victorious Dualla team left the pitch excited about the clash against Kilcash that will decide their fate. Kilcash, who will have nothing to lose after beating Kilvemnon and Killusty, will not be looking forward to facing the Dualla team that we saw today. The weather for the match was dreadful. The pitch was soggy [...]

Seán’s Post – GAA

The GAA was founded in 1884 in Thurles county Tipperary. Limerick won the All Ireland  that year. They also won the first Liam Mc Carthy cup in the 1930s.  Kildare won the first Sam Maguire Cup in 1928. Kilkenny and Cork played an All Ireland Hu…

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football is one of Ireland’s national sports. Football is organised by the GAA meaning Gaelic Athletic Association. Some of the rules of Gaelic Football are: You can’t pick up the football straight off the ground, you have to put you…

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