Friday, June 09, 2023
BDLS Ballyfermot DLS Bringing
Gaelic Games
to the Comunity

Contact: Pauly
Tel: (+353) 86 2189 173

Ballyfermot DLS.
Gurteen Road, Ballyfermot D10

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2022 09 04 Championship 1st Team v Stars of Erin2022 09 04 Championship 2nd Team v GC LG

We have both adult teams playing in The Gaels next Sunday in Championship Games, The First team will take on Stars of Erin in the Junior 1 Grp3 Championship which will take place in The Gaels and throw in is at 11am, While the Second team will battle against Good Counsel/Liffey Gaels again this will be played in The Gaels at 3pm.

pathDave Reynolds Being Named Dublin Minor Football Manager:

Reynolds takes charge of Dublin minors

ST JUDE’S stalwart Dave Reynolds has been appointed Dublin Minor Men’s Football team manager for the forthcoming inter-county season.

Having served as selector in 2021 – a campaign that saw them losing to eventual All-Ireland champions Meath in a provincial decider – Reynolds assumed the reins from Ger Lyons.

A native of Balbriggan and a member of the O’Dwyers GAA club, Lyons has worked as a school teacher in Coláiste Phádraig, Lucan for a number of years.

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Local Faces: Paul O’Brien

Ballyfermot born and bred, Games Promotional Officer and full-time coach Paul O’Brien has played a huge part in leading Ballyfermot De La Salle GAA club steadily up the ranks to a thriving, flourishing club that sits in the heart of the community today.


Ballyfermot erase the pain of last year's Junior Two Championship defeat.

Only a year after losing out to Wanderers in the Junior Two Club Football Championship Final, Ballyfermot De La Salle were back in this year's decider and recorder a 3-15 to 2-8 victory over Shankill in O'Toole Park on Sunday.

Club Legend: Paul O’Brien helping make Ballyfermot De La Salle beacon of the parish

DLS are showing great progress with O’Brien at the helm as GPO

6 in a row DUBS

BUSTLING Ballyfermot. The streets are busy, Full of friendly greetings. Paul O’Brien knows these parts well. Born and reared. He bought a house on the road where he grew up. “I didn’t stray too far,” he smiles. He’s waiting up at the Ballyfermot De La Salle clubhouse. It’s a neat structure; dressing-rooms, showers, toilets, a gym. And a packet of biscuits for the cup of tea.

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