Now that Clonee United are back training and getting ready to return to playing friendly matches. we would again ask all members to read
and understand the return to football protocols mapped out by the FAI. All required signage and sanitising facilities have now been
implemented in Damastown and we are ready to go.
Today we wrapped up the mini leagues with all our teams playing their finals. The weather started out a little wet but it didn’t stop the players producing the highest standard of football.
A couple of thank yous from the committee. To all the under 18′ boys who came down and helped coach teams, referee games and help put goals up and down.
To the under 19 girls who help coach, referee game. Thanks to Kiera and Lucy who ran the hotdog stand all week.
To Tina and all the ladies who looked after the sideline cafe, thanks your help was invaluable. We always need help in the cafe so if you can help out any weekend please let us know.
To the committee, this week doesn’t just happen, it requires many hands and minds to happen. I think we can all agree that from the quality of pitches to the marking on the pitches, Damastown looked fantastic. The club urgently needs new committee members so if you would like to join a fantastic team please drop us a line.
Finally to the reason we arranged the mini leagues, due to all the registrations received and some donations from people over the week, we managed to collect €3,500 for Sienna’s Steps. As a club and community I think we can all be proud of the efforts put in this week.
Thank you and hopefully we see you all on the sidelines in the new season.