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Parnells Monster Draw

Published: 01 February 2016

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Parnells Monster Draw

Our Monster Draw Raffle tickets €50 available at reception,easy pay system available also!

1st Prize A Ford Fiesta value €14,000
2nd Prize A holiday to Florida for 2 adults + 2 
Children 10 nights, flights,
Accommodation Plus $1,000 spending 
Money or 4,000 euros
3rd Prize 58ins TV to the value of €1,200
4th Prize 58ins TV to the value of €1,200
5th Prize 58ins TV to the value of €1,200
6th Prize 58ins TV to the value of €1,200
7th Prize One year free Family membership
2 adults 2 children under 18 valued at 
300 euros
Tickets may be purchased at reception
The draw is limited to 1,500 tickets


Karaoke Competition

Published: 31 January 2016


 Parnells are delighted to anounce our first Karaoke Competition

commencing Thursday,4th Febuary 2016.

Presented by Mr.James Brown,with head judge Gary Meade.

  Winners will represent Ireland in Canada at the Karaoke world championships.




Sports Capital Grant 2014

Published: 14 July 2014

DTTASThe club is delighted to announce the grant of €144,160.00 under the Sports Capital Grant 2014 which will go to the installation of floodlights and the building of a hurling wall in time for the Dub Stars which will take place on New Years Day 2015 . The executive will like to express our sincere thanks on behalf of our members to all who gave their support .Mile maith dhiobh uilig.

Breandan OConnallain


Our Senior Ladies Crowned Intermediate Champions

Published: 12 August 2015

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Dublin Intermediate Club Championship Final 
FT Parnells 1-14 Clontarf 1-05

As Vicki Ronning, Captain of Parnells, lifted the Intermediate cup aloft a mighty cheer and huge applause echoed around the stadium as the Parnells supporters in the ground welcomed the opportunity to finally enjoy and celebrate championship success.

Parnells had endured heartbreak in four separate finals between 2005 and 2014 but they have now finally erased those painful memories with a 1-14 to 1-05 victory over Clontarf.

The first half was a close fought contest as Parnells try as they might could not shake off a determined Clontarf side.

Parnells legend Lindsay Peat got the opening score of the game. She tagged on a second with a well converted free. Full forward Sinead Cumiskey added to the Parnell's tally with another free to leave the Coolock side 3 points ahead with 5 minutes gone on the clock.

The industrious corner forward Helen Cliffe registered Clontarf's opening score of the final in the 6th minute when she converted a free from just within the 20 metre line.

Clontarf started to settle into the game and began to run at the Parnells defence. Full forward Fiona Coughlan, who is better known for her exploits on the Rugby field, was unlucky to see her thundering shot hit the butt of the post only for the ball to land into a Parnells defender's hands.

In the 10th minute Clontarf did raise the green flag when Helen Cliffe found the back of the Parnell's net to bring the sides level.

The game hit a bit of a stalemate in the final quarter of the first half as both sides exchanged a number of wides and some drop shots before Parnells fianlly got back on the score sheet via a Sinead Cumiskey free. Parnells took a slender lead into the dressing room at half time as the score board read Parnells 0-05 Clontarf 1-01.

Clontarf introduced two subs at half time with Aoibhe Bell replacing full forward Fiona Coughlan and Sarah Fagan coming on for Sorcha McDonagh.

But it was Parnells who sprung to life on the restart with a Katie Black point but the decisive score of the game came in the 31st minute when Sinead Cumiskey blasted her shot to the back of the Clontarf net. Within a blick of a eye Parnells were now suddenly 5 points clear of their neighbours Clontarf.

Parnells continued to press home with Lindsay Peat, Aoife McGrath and Sinead Cumiskey continuing to add on scores to their sides tally.

Slainey Murray continued to battle hard for Clontarf and was rewarded with two fine points while Sarah McCaffrey tapped over a free. Dublin U14 captain of 2014 Sarah Fagan also got in on the scoring action for Clontarf with a fine point.

In the end Parnell's experenice combined with the performances of Sinead Cumiskey, Lindsay Peat, Katie Black and Player of the Match Leona Corr was the difference between the two teams as the girls from Coolock ran out worthy winners with 9 points to spare.

Tamara Tarr, Aine Ní Shuilleabhain, Vicki Ronning, Sarah Lynam, Leona Corr, Lydia Phelan, Lianna Harte, Lydia Phelan, Lianna Harte, Ciara Walsh, Katie Black, Chloe Lawless, Laura Flannery, Aoife McGrath, Lindsay Peat, Sinead Cumiskey, Carla Moran

Sinead Cumiskey 1-07 (3f), Lindsay Peat 0-04 (1f), Katie Black, Aoife McGrath, Jessica Darby 0-01 each

Siabh Hannigan for Flannery, Claire Morgan for Lawless, Danielle O'Leary for Cumiskey, Tiegan Ryan for Ní Shuilleabhain, Jessica Darby for McGrath

Well done to our girls,you did the club proud,Up the Nells


Summary principles of GAA Concussion Management Guidelines

Published: 13 May 2014

concussionIt is vital that we are all aware of the Signs and Symptoms:

Contrary to popular belief, most concussion injuries occur without a loss of consciousness and so it is important to recognise the other signs and symptoms of concussion.  A symptom is something a player will feel whilst a sign is something a team-mate or coach will notice.





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