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Supporting Erin go Bragh GAA team

In our fast-paced modern world, it is more important than ever to support and cherish the traditions that bind our communities together. One such tradition that holds immense cultural significance in Ireland is its local GAA clubs. By actively supporting our local GAA club, we not only preserve our rich heritage but also contribute to the overall well-being and unity of our community.

Mckenna & Co. Solicitors has the privilege of sponsoring a small GAA club in Dublin 15 called Erin go Bragh. They have teams from nursery level right up to adult, and cater for boys and girls. Jennifer Daly is the club registrar and executive committee member. The club is growing year on year and the girl’s section in particular is seeing a big increase in players. The team we are sponsoring are currently at u13 level.They started this team back in 2018 with only 7 girls and now have a squad of 38 girls and two full teams. This is the biggest group of juvenile girls an Erin go Bragh team has ever had at a single age level. Which is such a big achievement.
All of the girls play both Ladies Gaelic Football and Camogie. Both teams were very successful in the league this year, with both finishing top of their respective tables.They are having a short break now for July and will get back training in August for the championship. The majority of the girls have just finished 6th class and are preparing to start secondary school in September. The next couple of years will be a tricky time to navigate and statistics show that many teenage girls drop out of sport. The team are so lucky are to have a great group of coaches, Anthony Watson, Jennifer Watson, Niall O’Hara, Paul Noonan and Sean Vickers. The coaches were also helped by this seasons two amazing captains Éabha Shiels and Molly O’Neill. We of course cannot forget about the supportive parents who are all committed to keeping every single girl playing. It is so important for their emotional, social and physical well being. Without even realising it, they are developing important life skills that they will use throughout their adult lives.
They are a fantastic group of young ladies. Brave, strong, loyal, committed, always respectful and fair. They have always performed exceptionally well, both on and off the pitch, they are a credit to the club. They all look fantastic in their new gear. We are so happy that Mckenna & Co could help them finally look the part too. They have their matching training tops, which they wear during the week for training and around the community with pride. Games are played Sundays, and McKenna & Co. Solicitors will be prominently displayed across the front of their jerseys every week as they travel all over Dublin, proudly representing their club, community, and their families. We are so grateful to be able to support such a wonderful club and hope to be able to come and watch one of the games later on in the year.
Supporting our local GAA club is an act that goes beyond attending matches or making financial contributions. It is an investment in our community, our culture, and our future. By embracing Irish traditions, fostering community spirit, nurturing youth development, promoting active lifestyles, and boosting the local economy, we create a thriving and unified environment for all. Let us wholeheartedly support our local GAA club and take pride in the deep-rooted traditions that bind us together as a community.


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