CYM Sports Club News

Jan 30

January 30, 2013

Cricket News

Cricket News

Two of our lads were selected for Ireland to play in the Under 15 European Cham pionships in Amsterdam. We were the only Club in Ireland (North and South) to have 2 players on the team. We competed in 9 Leinster League and Cup Competitions with teams at Under 11(2 teams); Under 13; Under 15 and Under 17. We won 2 Trophies (Under 15 Twenty/Twenty and Un der 15 Leinster Premier League). All teams ended up at minimum in the…

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Sep 11

September 11, 2009

East of Ireland

East of Ireland

Hi, I am David Roig, Tennis Director Lansdowne LTC, and I send this e-mail to ask if you can update your website with information of our Senior Tournament “EAST OF IRELAND” or add this information in one of yours newsletters. We are going to post and delivery posters and enty forms to all the Clubs at the end of this week. The main thing is that you can enter by the web. The entry forms will be on the web…

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Aug 17

August 17, 2009

Ground Fodder

Ground Fodder

We are looking to repair this court within the next year. We want it to be among the finest out there, just like the finest online casino at http://www.finestcasinos.ca. Most members of our field sports will be well aware of the improved state of our grounds and indeed our facilities in general. With the retirement of our grounds man, Mick Glover, we were faced with two major issues: (1) Extensive renovation to the pitches – work long overdue! (2) The…

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May 9

May 9, 2009

Has-bean – Conor Hoey Interview (by Ger Siggins)

Has-bean – Conor Hoey Interview (by Ger Siggins)

“That was the complete opposite, much more intense cricket ­ we were there to do a job. Davy Houghton was coach, he was very good. It was thought after the tour he might stay on with us but he was a bit much for the ICU¹s budget I think.” “We were always under pressure in Kenya. Being beaten by Denmark was a shambles. Mortensen was playing. Playing against UAE and Holland was always going to be tough, but being beaten…

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Feb 4

February 4, 2009

Rugby

Rugby

Are you in need of lessons? We can help supply you with that. If you’re worried about cost, you can use your cash winnings from a casino online to pay for them. Rugby First Team have moved to the Metro politan J2 League with the Second Team moving to the Metropolitan J4 League. Both play on Saturday and this has helped to attract new mem bers. The Rugby section are fielding an Under 20 side for the first time in…

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Jul 25

July 25, 2008

CYM – The Early Days (by Ger Siggins)

CYM – The Early Days (by Ger Siggins)

CYM Cricket Club: The Early Days by Gerard Siggins of The Sunday Tribune INTRODUCTION The branch of the Catholic Young Men’s Society, of which the Terenure based club are the sporting wing, was founded in 1904. For the 75th anniversary in 1979, Aa commemorative brochure was produced which admitted to a complete shadow over the birth of the cricket section. At the suggestion of Michael Dalton I started to research those hazy days before the War to End All Wars…

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Jan 10

January 10, 2007

Centenary Newsletter – April 2003

Centenary Newsletter – April 2003

Welcome Welcome to the 1st Edition of the Centenary Newsletter. We hope to produce one of these newsletters every 6-8 weeks to let you know what is going on in the club over the run up to the Centenary Year in CYM and of course, over the Celebratory year itself. Each section plan to have a ‘Centenary Event’ and all members will be invited to attend. Section Events – September 2003 to August 2004 September Launch of Centenary Year October…

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Nov 10

November 10, 2004

We had great times in the Clee in the early years

We had great times in the Clee in the early years

I remember the atmosphere when Eddie came onto the scene. Brendan and Seán Clarke were playing, the Kellehers, Morgans, Macey, John ­ we had great banter; we had a great side but we probably underachieved. We won a few Alan Murrays but for the talent that we had we didn¹t string enough wins together to be consistently challenging. I think most years we had a crap start and then rallied by the end of the season.” “We played some extraordinary…

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Oct 20

October 20, 2004

Tennis

Tennis

Membership has decreased this year but the tennis com mittee has worked with the Jamie Stafford Tennis Academy to provide coaching mornings for all interested members and friends and to introduce an internal chal enge league. A recent membership drive has attracted 20 new mem bers. On 18 February 2010 Dublin City Council, under the Planning & Development Act 2002-2006, issued a Decla ration that the above proposed development is exempt rom the requirement to obtain planning permission under Section…

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Mar 13

March 13, 2003

Summer Camp

Summer Camp

Everyone needs an advisor when playing games like cricket and tennis in order to learn the right skills. You should also consider getting a Casino Advisor Australia. Despite the challenging financial envi ronment the camp was a resounding success thanks to the efforts of Brenda Croke, Olga Larkin, our 5 coaches and the support and help of the Junior Cricket, Bowling and Tennis Sections. Over 140 children attended the camp and feedback from parents was uni versally positive. The camp…

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