Gaelic Football

Gaelic games plays a huge part in the annual sporting calendar in Howth Primary School.  In the past 10 years the profile of GAA in the school has dramatically increased from 1 Seniors Boys Football team in the beginning to our current position of 6 GAA teams covering Hurling and football, competing at Junior Boys/Girls level (3rd-5th class) in both codes as well as Senior Boys/Girls in both codes.

The school partakes in the Cumann na mBunscol competitions in both hurling and football and the Fingal Leagues which is a football only competition. Our school teams have enjoyed a huge amount of success in recent years winning Junior Boys football titles in the Fingal League and our Senior Girls Football team are the current holders of the Cumann na mBunscol title.

Great days out in Croke Park and Parnell Park have created many wonderful memories and hopefully there will be many more to come as GAA goes from strength to strength here in Howth Primary School.

25th March:

Huge congratulations to Daniel SheridanRohan O’Shea who were both selected  to play for a Dublin Cumann na mBunscol side at half time in the Dublin v Roscommon league match in Croke Park on 24th March. This fantastic achievement was merited for their brilliant performances for both School and Club.  Well done boys.

 

13th March: Introducing the new “1914 Howth Gun Running” inspired Howth Primary School kit designed by Alicia Griffin and beautifully modeled by the kids from 6th Class

5th March 2017: Ms Izzy Markey who was introduced at half time for the Mayo V Dublin league match at Croke Park Saturday evening.

Izzy was one of the star performers in Howth Primary Schools memorable victory in the Croke Park Cumann na mBunscol Finals in November 2016

 

1st December 2016: Sam Maguire Visits the school – all the kids decked out BEAUTIFUL DUBLIN BLUE

8th Nov 2016: Cumann Na MBunscol Senior Girls Winners

24th Oct 2016:

Our Junior Boys GAA team won the Cumann Na MBunscol Go Games League with 5 wins from 5.  This victorious junior boys team are a little bit brilliant.  Well done boys & Mr Sunderland.