Headfort Senior girls continued their winning ways, displaying character, team work and sheer determination this afternoon. They won 2-0 against tough opposition, Wilson’s Hospital. Enjoy the well deserved Christmas break girls! Second game came to a sudden halt to facilitate a senior match. To be continued January 2019!
We were lucky enough to have the European Cup & Guinness Pro14 trophy visit Headfort today. Thanks to Ben Traynor for bringing them along.
Headfort 12 – Sandford Park 7 An entertaining and hotly contested match which saw some fine passages of play. We kept the ball alive well in the back line, stringing together some wonderful moves. The pack counter-rucked well, winning plenty of ball for us to use. A great performance with which to end the Autumn Term off with. Well done, lads! MB
Getting The Best out of Your Child A talk on Child-Centred Coaching & Developing Physical Literacy Speakers Derek Maybury: Coach Development officer, Leinster Rugby Natalie Fulton: Former South African Olympic Hockey Team member Panel discussion chaired by Nick Nugent Thursday 16th November 2017 at 7.30 p.m., Headfort Ballroom Adults only R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 13th November (as space is limited)
Cricket Fixtures 2017 May Thursday 4th St. Mary’s * Away 11.00 a.m. Tuesday 9th The High School * Home 2.30 p.m. Wednesday 10th Clongowes Wood Home 2.30 p.m. Monday 15th Castleknock * Home 2.30 p.m. Wednesday 17th Willow Park * Home 2.30 p.m. Friday 19th C.U.S. * Away 1.00 p.m. Wednesday 24th St. Columba’s Away 2.00 p.m. Wednesday 31st St. Columba’s Home 2.00 p.m. June Saturday 17th The Fathers Home 11.30 a.m. * Denotes cup match
The boys reached another under 13 hockey final this past Wednesday, playing the Dalkey School Project at St Columba’s College. Dalkey were a very strong side indeed, and our boys did extremely well to keep the match scoreless until halftime. In the second half the continued pressure and possession on the part of Dalkey paid off in the form of three goals (the last one controversial!). We had had a few chances – two decent ones – but there is no denying that Dalkey were worthy winners. Still, I was proud of the Headfort boys: they gave it their all,…