There was huge excitement in Howth on Friday when Beann Eadair hosted 17 clubs for the Dublin Poc Fada finals. 4 competitions were held at U16 and Adult grades in Hurling and Camogie. The first sliothar was launched by Captain Christopher Gaisford St Lawrence from the steps of his home at the spectacular Howth Castle.
Players then proceeded along a challenging 2km cross country course, finishing at Beann Eadairs clubhouse for a monster BBQ
Massive well done to the 2022 poc fada champions:
Adult Hurling Jonathan Treacy, Na Fianna Gaa Club
U16 Hurling Seán Ó’Neill, Lucan Sarsfields Gaa Club
Fingallians @Whitehall Colmcille, @Stjudesgaa,Beann Eadair, Lucan Sarsfields GAA CBC/St Kevins, St. Maurs. GAA Naomh Barróg CLG Good Counsel/Liffey Gaels, Clanna Gael/Fontenoy, Skerries Harps, Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh, St. Sylvester’s GAA Club, St. Vincents GAA Club Marino, O’Dwyers GAA, Cumann Naomh Peregrine C.L.G and CLG Na Fianna
The Poc Fada event has proven to be a highlight in the GAA calendar and the course through Deerpark and its hinterland was a fitting backdrop to a great occasion. Well Done The Bens!
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