29/11/2016 All Ireland Final Details
11/11/2016 All Ireland semi final details
Club News 10th April 2017
Well done to Ciaran Reddin who played a great game against Kerry in the National league final where unfortunately Dublin narrowly lost out. Ona Keegan and the Dublin minor camogie team were unlucky in the All Ireland semi final this Saturday in Birr.Clare 3-12 Dublin 0-9.Despite what the score might indicate this was a cracking game for most of the 60 minutes. The crucial scores came to Clare and with a very polished display they deserved their win.Congratulations to the St Maurs girls who are part of the Gaelscoil senior football team who have reached their first ever Fingal League Final. The final will most likely take place in Parnell Park the week of May 15th. We'll keep you posted.
Adult Hurling League Result Saturday St Finians 1.17 Naomh Maur 0.13
A great result for our Under 16 Camogie team at home Saturday - Maurs 4-2, Cuala 0-4
U14 football Feile took place last Saturday . The U14's went to Castleknock, Sommerton for games v Brigids, Pats Donabate and the hosts Castleknock. Tough group but Our U14s have been in fine form and are unbeaten in 2017. They know all their rivals well. Support recieved from the club was greatly appreciated.The lads had prepared very well and flew the Maurs flag with great gusto. They played Brigids in Castleknock with their first game at 10.30. Game 1 feile a draw Maurs 1-9 Brigids 3-3 a draw. Game 2 Maurs lost to Pats Donabate.Game 3 after a good start Maurs eventually lost out to CastleknockCongratulations to the Under 13 girls on their second win of the weekend. They played Camogie against Naomh Mearnóg and won, 3-4 to 1-6. It was a very exciting, tightly fought match.
The Under 13’s girls footballers traveled to a sunny Foxrock today for a late afternoon throw in, hoping to continue their good form and to get a much coveted away win.St Maurs win 2-5 v 8-14
Hard luck to our U11 camogie girls who had a tough match Sunday morning against a strong Na Fianna side. We were slow to start but showed huge improvement in the 2nd half!! Skills improving every week!
St Maurs U9 girls (21) travelled to Skerries Sunday. They played 2 matches against two strong sides - Skerries/Naomh Uinsionn. They won 2/lost 2.
The st maurs girls put in great effort.