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Senior Camogie team in league final
All roads lead to Echelon Park, Aughrim for our senior camogie team this Tuesday May 23
 as they take on Knockananna in the 2023 senior league final.
 After an excellent league campaign to date, the team and management know they will face tough opposition in the reigning champions, but they are relishing the challenge! 
All support will be greatly appreciated. 
This is a ticket only event with no cash being accepted on the gate. 
Bray hurlers play leading role for Wicklow
Our club senior hurlers had a rest week after a period of hectic activity on the Wicklow and Dublin  fronts but there was no time off for our inter county lads who faced the long trek to Donegal for the final match of their Nicky Rackard round-robin series.
Wicklow recorded a 2-17 to 1-18 victory over the home county and it was largely thanks to
 the Bray contingent that the scoreboard kept ticking over as 2-10 came from the camáns of Old Conna produced players.
Eoin McCormack formed part of an all Bray half forward line and recorded 1-0 with Mikey Lee nabbing an impressive 1-4  with Padraig Doyle getting an invaluable brace of points
 and Christy  Moorehouse weighing in with 0-4.
John Henderson will now lead the side in the final into Croke Park on the bank holiday weekend where they will again face Donegal in the battle for silverware and promotion.
 Good luck to the 11 lads who have been involved with the county squad all year and we
 wish Cian Lohan a speedy recovery for the hamstring strain he picked up in the warm up 
at the weekend.
Senior Footballers collect two points against St Pats
Bray Emmets 2-13; St Pat's 1-12
After the draw against neighbours Éire Óg the previous week, Bray finally got back to
 winning ways against St Pats last Friday night; but boy did they make it hard on
The were twice as good as their opponents but an inordinate amount of wides kicked meant that much of thegood work came to nothing and allowed the Wicklow town side  stay in the game when they should have been put to the sword much earlier.
In the end, goals by Brian Nesbitt and Rory Breslin saw Shane Smith's lads safely across the line with two league points in their pocket with Des Kelly the points sharpshooter, annexing six in total.
Best player on the night was Jack Treacy who gave a virtuoso performance while others to shine included Sam Kearney, Ronan McMahon and Brian Nesbitt, who on another night 
might have doubled his tally.
A worry for the management is the growing injury list with Paul Cunningham, Marc
 Lennon and Darragh Rochford all out for this game. 
Dara Ó hAnnaidh also had to come off with a serious looking hamstring injury and we wish him a speedy recovery in what cane be a very  tricky injury.
 Also the management will keep their fingers crossed that Cian Lohan's injury picked up
 with the county hurlers won't keep him out of action for too long.
Bray Emmets SF v St Pats: P O'Keeffe; C Martin, S Kearney, D Martin; J Treacy, J Healy,
 B McCormack; R Breslin (1-0), R McMahon (0-1); C Magee, B Nesbitt (1-4), D Lohan; T Harrington (0-1), D Kelly (0-6), D Ó hAnnaidh Subs G Rochford (0-1), C Ó Dualacháin.

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