St Anne’s GAA club hosts Masters 7’s Tournament

By Mary Dennehy

ST ANNE’S GAA is hosting its inaugural Joe McNally Masters 7’s Tournament this Saturday, August 31 – and the community is invited to come along.

Kicking off over the All-Ireland weekend, the tournament is open to county and club master teams – with clubs from Dublin and further afield taking part in this over 40’s Masters.

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Fergus Walsh, Joe McNally and Kevin Keyes

Players must be born in 1979 or before, with 12-player squads per club.

All of the games, which will be 10 minutes-a-half with unlimited subs, will be played on Saturday, August 31, the day before the All- Ireland Final.

Living in Tallaght, Joe McNally, an All-Ireland medal winner and GAA All Star, said: “Masters football is a high standard.

“You have players who know what the game is all about.

“And it’s a nice way of meeting up with people you mightn’t have seen for years.”

Alongside plenty of football on the day, there will be lots of family fun, including face-painting, balloon-making and a magic show.

Music will also be available in the club later in the evening.

For further details, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Niall Bergen on 086 3484108, Johnathon Flood on 087 2558537, or Myles Murphy on 086 8970203.

Alternatively visit the St Anne’s GAA Club Facebook page.

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