Golf Classic 2013

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Naomh Fionnbarra’s annual Golf Classic will take place in Royal Tara Golf Club on Friday 9th August. Following on from last year’s hugely successful event, we are hoping to make this years Classic even bigger and better. At just €200 for a team of 4 players, the value remains second to none. Included in this price is your green fees for this beautiful 18 hole course, 3-course meal in the Course Restaurant and an invitation to a great nights entertainment in our Clubhouse that night.


For more information or to book your place contact any of the organising committee: Davey Farrell, Seamas McGrattan, Jay O’Hara, Shay Counihan, Deco Fagan, Mark O’Neill and Nial Brady.

Win a training session with Colm Cooper

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012


Win a training session with Colm Cooper

There is a great competition running at the moment which gives clubs the chance to win a training session with Colm ‘Gooch’ Cooper of Kerry. We’d be delighted if he could grace the Bogies with his skills.

We would therefore ask our club members to enter the competition on eircom’s GAA page and give the club to host the Gooch.

You can enter by clicking here ››

Easter Draw 2012

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Tickets are now on sale for the Easter draw. Tickets can be purchased at the bar or club reception or any regular sellers. There are only 300 tickets in the draw so get your tickets in early. Contact Nicky Kehoe, Martin Costello, John Byrne, Terry McKeogh or Sonny Callery for more info.

Christmas Draw 2011

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

The club committee want to thank Terry Mc Keogh, Gerry Kehoe, Martin Costelo, Nicky Kehoe, Jackie Mc Keogh, Bar Staff,  and the staff at club reception as well as all our sellers, Sonny Calery, Dermott Smithes, Jack Lynch, Peter Fitizgearld,Loggie and all who helped with the sale of tickets.

AGM & Christmas Draw

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Thursday 15 Dec is the night of the AGM, hopefully we will get a good attendance. On the same night is our Christmas draw and again we hope all the club members have bought their tickets to support the running of the teams.

Dinner Dance and Club Presentation Night 2011

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

The clubs annual dinner dance and presentation night will take place on Friday the second of December. Our victorious senior hurling team will be presented with their medals.

It is our first senior championship in 65 years. Also that night the club on behalf of the community of Cabra are making a presentation to three Cabra men, two of which have won GAA Football All Ireland medals with Dublin and one who managed the Dublin senior hurling team and also managed Fionnbarrs.

They are Sean Moyles who managed Dublin senior hurling team in 1973 and lived on Carnlough road. Mickey Whelan who won two All Ireland medals in 1958 and 1963. He also managed Dublin and managed St Vincents to All Ireland club success. He was allso the coach and selector of this years Dublin All Ireland victory. Micky lived on Drumcliff Road. Paddy Holden won a All Ireland medal in 1963 for Dublin. Paddy lived on St Jarlath road. |

Tickets can be got from Naill Brady at the club.

Race Night 18th November

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

The third adult Hurling and Football team are organising a fundraiser for the teams on Friday 18th of November. It will be a horse race night and if you want to support this fund raiser contact either Deco Fagan, Nicky Kehoe, Patrick Quin or Davie Farrell. All support welcome.

Christmas Raffle tickets now on sale

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

Tickets for our annual Christmas raffle are now on sale. Tickets can be purchased from behind the bar or at the club reception. Our usual human outlets will have tickets too. If you’re not in you can’t win.

All moneys go to running the teams, Thank you.

Field Day 21th August 2011

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

A day to remember by all. It was fantastic as the crowds flock to one of the biggest community festivals in Dublin. Great credit goes to all the volunteers who gave up their time for the day.

The highlights was Vincent Kehoe’s great creativity with all the props and games he made which went down great with the children and adults alike. Helping him was Paddy Travers, Terry McKeogh, Harry O’Farrell, Paddy Hanlon and Una Flynn.

Madelene Paget done a great job coordinating the day with Mary Brady, Linda Curley, Janice Smithers, Vera Dixon, Ann Carlon, Treasa Travers, Nail Cuonihan and Paul Dixon were all involved in helping and running stalls.

Paddy Osburn did a great job on the boxing as Gerry Creighton brought the Zoo to Cabra which was a great achievement. The Smithers brothers looked after the darts and highest score as Naill Brady, Kevin Kehoe, Stephen Hyland, Willy Hyland, Ciaran O’Neill, Eoin Sweetman, Peter Fizgearld, Paddy Kearns and Karl Tunner all manned games on the all weather pitch.

Johnne Byrne and Wacker Doyle did great woork on the fish stand and Paul O’Farrell did the wild west shoot out at the C.P.D stall. The Fás workers were again heavily involved in the day. Thanks to Amie on the reception desk and to all the work done by Jackie McKeogh. If we left anyone out we apologize and will include names in follow up article.

A great day to finish the festival which was a another great success!!

Camogie Marathon

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Our camogie section ran a very successful fundraiser in our gym hall on Sunday, the funds go to the annual trip to Blackpool. Over fifty girls took part in the day long camogie marathon activities which was organised by Vincent Kehoe, Johnny Brown and our club secretary Madelan Paget.