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Summer League - two teams through to playoffs!

posted 20 Jun 2018, 08:11 by Philip Mulligan

Congratulations to the Ladies Class 6 team who stormed through their group in the summer league to top the table and now face Celbridge at home in the quarter finals on Saturday at 11:00, COYGIW. Also congratulations to the men’s Class 4 team who finished second in their group and now play Swords away tonight at 19:30 in the round of 16 COYBIW. Best of luck to both teams and why not go along to cheer on the teams as all support will be welcome. 

Summer League

posted 30 May 2018, 12:31 by Philip Mulligan

Great week for the mean while a mixed week for the Ladies though the Class 6 team are heading their group and have won 3 from 3. The Ladies Class 3 team lost 3-2 away to Sutton, the Class 5 team lost 3-2 at home to Glenageary and 5-0 away to Donnybook while the Class 6 team made it 3 out of 3 with a 3-2 win at home to Clontarf Parish. On the men’s side the Class 4 team continued on their winning run with a 5-0 away to Malahide while the class 6 team made it a great week for the men with a 3-2 win at home to Trim. Best of luck to all the teams in this week’s matches. 

Lough Brays Walk Saturday 26th May

posted 30 May 2018, 12:28 by Philip Mulligan   [ updated 30 May 2018, 12:30 ]

Lovely walk around Upper and Lower Lough Bray on Saturday. Bit misty at the start but once it cleared you could see the full views in all their glory. Big turnout of 19 retired to Glencree Reconciliation centre for refreshments afterwards where upstairs they had details of Operation Shamrock which brought German refugee children to the centre in Glencree after the war. One of the photos was of our own Liz O’Gorman making her communion. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. Check out photos from the walk below. We are not sure yet when the next walk will be given that we are heading into the summer months but should have details in the next week or so. 

Glenalbyn Tennis Summer Camps

posted 23 May 2018, 11:04 by Philip Mulligan   [ updated 23 May 2018, 11:06 ]

See details below of this year's summer camps



JULY               Week 1:  2nd – 6th             (9:30am –1:00 pm)*

                        Week 2:  9TH – 13th            (9:30am – 2:30pm)

                        Week 3 : 16th – 20th           (9:30am – 2:30pm)

                        Week 4 : 23rd – 27th           (9:30am – 2:30pm)

                        Week 5 : 30th – August 3rd (9:30am–2:30pm)*

AUGUST        Week 6 : 7th – 10th             (9:30am-2:30pm)

                        Week 7 : 13th – 17th           (9:30am-1:00pm)*

Camps:       Includes all aspects of tennis from fundamentals of stroke production, technical, tactical, coordination & agility in a tennis friendly environment. Camp includes a fun daily tournament.



9:30 – 11;15 On court technique and tennis drills

11:15 – 12:00 Tennis Fitness

12:00 – 12:50 Supervised lunch

12:50 – 2:30 Organised play where matches will be arranged and played throughout the afternoon

Ages 6 -15yrs

Week 1,6 & 7:         €100 per week Tennis member,

                                  €110 non tennis member                

Week 2,3,4,5 & 7:  €135 per week Tennis Members

                                        €145 per week non Tennis Members


All queries to Lesley O’Halloran  Mobile : 086 8135057   email:

Mixed Doubles - Finals Day

posted 23 May 2018, 10:59 by Philip Mulligan

The finals took place on Sunday followed by a BBQ. Thanks to everyone who brought desserts and food on the day, to all the subs who played during the tournament and to Tara and Sharon for manning the BBQ. Here are the winners for each of the groups:


Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Larry Byrne       

Sharon Slattery

Mary Murphy

Ken McClure

Patricia Moran

Michael Murphy

John McCarthy

Rachel Brady

Next Hike Mullacor, Glendalough this Saturday May 26th

posted 23 May 2018, 10:58 by Philip Mulligan

The next walk is this Saturday 26th May. We are going to try and do Mullacor, Glendalough again, this was the one we tried in January but went a bit astray so we will get it right this time. Meet in the club at 9 or in the first car park in Glendalough where the visitor's centre is at 9:45. Forecast looks ok at the moment. Hope to see you there. As always if you are going direct please text/email me directly.


Summer League

posted 23 May 2018, 10:57 by Philip Mulligan

Great start by the Ladies in the Summer League while the men had a mixed start. The Ladies Class 3 team beat Ratoath 4-1 at home, the Class 5 team won 5-0 against Templeogue at home while the Class 6 team had two 4-1 wins at home against Blackrock and Shankill. On the men’s side the Class 4 team lost 5-0 at home to David Lloyd and won 3-2 at home to Sandycove, while they class 6 team lost 3-2 at home to Carraig and 5-0 away to Clontarf. Best of luck to all the teams in this week’s matches. 

Hike up Brockagh, Glendalough

posted 16 May 2018, 13:37 by Philip Mulligan

Beautiful day on Saturday as 13 of us climbed big and little Brockagh in Glendalough, the day meant we had spectacular views of the Glendalough valley and surrounding mountains. We adjourned to the Wicklow Heather afterwards for some well earned chowder. Check out photos below. Our next hike is on Saturday May 26th with details to follow shortly. 

Hikers conquer Tonelagee

posted 2 May 2018, 08:19 by Philip Mulligan

Another great walk last Sunday as the tennis hike went up Tonelagee which is the 3rd highest mountain in Wicklow. Good turnout of 16 enjoyed the clear day, fantastic 360 views the, but weren’t as impressed with the bitter wind at the top. Will someone let the man up above know that it’s May!

This was a real hill walk as there weren’t too many defined paths but all made it up and down safely thankfully.. Check out some photos from the walk below. Next walks will be on Saturdays 12th and 26th May, more details to follow soon. 

Removal of Trees on the Avenue

posted 2 May 2018, 08:10 by Philip Mulligan

Members - be advised, we are commencing the removal of trees on the avenue out to Lower Kilmacud Road in accordance with the plans for development of Parc De Burca. The removal will be in accordance with all legal permissions and licences etc and is expected to take place over the coming weeks. Members will notice a level of traffic disruption on the avenue during the process which will be supervised and minimised to the degree possible.

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