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🌟Round 7 of the league🌟

Today saw the penultimate round of fixtures before the semi-finals, resulting in mixed fortunes for our teams.

First up was our Men’s footballers who continued their winning run defeating Young Ireland GAA Sydney by three points. Our lads started the sharpest and opened up a lead early on. A Young Ireland’s converted penalty kept them in touching distance but Cusacks finished the half strongest to lead by four at the break. The second half was a closer affair, it was score for score and our lads held on for a three point win.
Cusacks 1-10
Young Ireland’s 1-7

Our Men’s B football team were given the points by Young Ireland’s who could not field a team.

The camogs were up next against Central Coast GAA Sydney. The girls battled hard the whole way through but Coast seemed to get their scores a bit easier and pulled away in the second half to claim the victory.

The ladies footballers were next to take to the pitch against Patrick Saint Phadraigh (Craobh Phadraig). They started strongly and kept the scoreboard ticking over to lead well at half time. They continued their scoring in the second half and were just too strong for Craobh Phadraig. The victory keeps their unbeaten record intact.

Last up was the turn of our hurlers to take on Central Coast GAA Sydney, with both teams already qualified for the semi-final it was a very entertaining game. It was an evenly matched first half with Coast leading narrowly at half time. Coast got the better start in the second half and even though Cusacks got some good scores they couldn't quite close the gap. Coast finished four-point winners on a scoreline of 1-19 to 1-15.

Congratulations to our Players of the games today.

Men’s football
Mark Brennan, Ballyhaise Co. Cavan

Camogie
Katy Hurley, Newcastle West
Co. limerick

Ladies football
Adrienne Hoey, Silverbridge Co. Armagh

Hurling
Steven Matthews, Leixlip Co. Kildare

Next Sunday sees the final round of the league with all of our codes in action before the semifinals on Sunday 2nd of June.
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🌟Round 7 of the league🌟

Today saw the penultimate round of fixtures before the semi-finals, resulting in mixed fortunes for our teams. 

First up was our Men’s footballers who continued their winning run defeating Young Ireland GAA Sydney by three points. Our lads started the sharpest and opened up a lead early on. A Young Ireland’s converted penalty kept them in touching distance but Cusacks finished the half strongest to lead by four at the break. The second half was a closer affair, it was score for score and our lads held on for a three point win. 
Cusacks 1-10
Young Ireland’s 1-7 

Our Men’s B football team were given the points by Young Ireland’s who could not field a team. 

The camogs were up next against Central Coast GAA Sydney. The girls battled hard the whole way through but Coast seemed to get their scores a bit easier and pulled away in the second half to claim the victory. 

The ladies footballers were next to take to the pitch against Patrick Saint Phadraigh (Craobh Phadraig). They started strongly and kept the scoreboard ticking over to lead well at half time. They continued their scoring in the second half and were just too strong for Craobh Phadraig. The victory keeps their unbeaten record intact. 

Last up was the turn of our hurlers to take on Central Coast GAA Sydney, with both teams already qualified for the semi-final it was a very entertaining game. It was an evenly matched first half with Coast leading narrowly at half time. Coast got the better start in the second half and even though Cusacks got some good scores they couldnt quite close the gap. Coast finished four-point winners on a scoreline of 1-19 to 1-15. 

Congratulations to our Players of the games today. 

Men’s football 
Mark Brennan, Ballyhaise Co. Cavan 

Camogie 
Katy Hurley, Newcastle West 
Co. limerick 

Ladies football 
Adrienne Hoey, Silverbridge Co. Armagh 

Hurling 
Steven Matthews, Leixlip Co. Kildare 

Next Sunday sees the final round of the league with all of our codes in action before the semifinals on Sunday 2nd of June.

On Saturday morning many of our club members joined thousands around Australia cities, and our towns and villages back in Ireland, to take part in Darkness Into Light Sydney

The sheer volume of people taking part shows the global fight in people wanting to break the stigma around mental health, suicide and self-harm and raise awareness on such issues.
It sparks conversation about the importance of mental health and wellbeing in all our lives.

Depression and other forms of mental health symptoms are not a choice, unfortunately a lot are affected on a daily basis, (1 in 4 people) but understanding your own mental health and what works and doesn't work for you is key.

We will be sharing some everyday tips to help with your mental health but if you need to speak with someone the following local support services included in our Health and wellbeing pack www.michaelcusacks.com/health-wellbeing/ are below:

Irish Support Agency NSW Inc. : 02 9300 8019
Drug and Alcohol-Langton centre, Surry Hills -02 9332 8777

Gambling and Financial Issues-St Vincent’s Gambling treatment programme-02 8382 9601
Gambling Helpline 1800 858 858

Cabhrú-Free Counselling for Irish Abroad
helplink.ie/iaocs/irish-abroad-online-counselling-service/

Lifeline 13 11 14

Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636

It’s OK not to be ok. And there is always HOPE.
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On Saturday morning many of our club members joined thousands around Australia cities, and our towns and villages back in Ireland, to take part in Darkness Into Light Sydney

The sheer volume of people taking part shows the global fight in people wanting to break the stigma around mental health, suicide and self-harm and raise awareness on such issues. 
It sparks conversation about the importance of mental health and wellbeing in all our lives.

Depression and other forms of mental health symptoms are not a choice, unfortunately a lot are affected on a daily basis, (1 in 4 people) but understanding your own mental health and what works and doesnt work for you is key. 

We will be sharing some everyday tips to help with your mental health but if you need to speak with someone the following local support services included in our Health and wellbeing pack http://www.michaelcusacks.com/health-wellbeing/ are below:

Irish Support Agency NSW Inc. : 02 9300 8019 
Drug and Alcohol-Langton centre, Surry Hills -02 9332 8777

Gambling and Financial Issues-St Vincent’s Gambling treatment programme-02 8382 9601 
Gambling Helpline 1800 858 858

Cabhrú-Free Counselling for Irish Abroad
http://helplink.ie/iaocs/irish-abroad-online-counselling-service/

Lifeline 13 11 14 

Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636

It’s OK not to be ok. And there is always HOPE.

The sun was shining down on Ingleburn for round 6 of the league and we had four teams in action today

First up were our Hurlers against an unbeaten Sydney Shamrocks Hurling Club side.
Cusacks started well and lead by 5 early on but Shamrocks came back strong however and capitalised on some Cusacks errors to string together a number of scores to lead at halftime. A strong second half performance in both defence and attack had Cusacks in a good position heading into final minutes. However, two late scores gave Shamrocks the win by the narrowest of margins

Cusacks 0-17
Shamrocks 2-12

Next up were our Men’s footballers who were looking to continue their winning run. In what was a cagey opening half Clan Na Gael GAC Sydney started the brightest and went into an early two-point lead, Cusacks battled back to trail by just one at the break on a score of 0-6 to 0-5. Cusacks started the second half the sharpest and quickly took control of the game and went into a lead they would not surrender for the remainder of the game. A Danny Ward goal with 10 minutes remaining sealed the victory for Cusacks who ran out winners on a scoreline of
Cusacks 1-13
Clan 0-11

Our B footballers were next to take the field also again Clan na Gael. In what was a one-sided game that Cusacks dominated from start to finish. There were some excellent individual performances and plenty of lads putting their hands up for a place on the A team.
Final score
Cusacks 5-13
Clan 1-7

Lastly our Ladies footballers took on Cormac McAnallens GAA - Sydney, a fixture that is always closely contested and today was no exception. Cusacks were out of the blocks fastest with 2 early goals and lead by 6 at half time. However, Macs did not lie down and came back strong in the second half but just couldn’t get the vital scores they needed to reel the Cusacks ladies in. Some excellent saves from Hannah Flynn in goals including a penalty helped Cusacks hold on for a 4 point victory on a scoreline of
Cusacks 3-5
Macs 1-7

Players of the games today are

Hurling: James Mulqueen, Kildangan Co. Tipperary

Men’s football: Daniel Ward Derrygonnelly Co Fermanagh

B Football: Johnny Klusch, Belturbet Co Cavan

Ladies football: Mairead Hardyy, Castlewellan Co. Down

A massive thanks to ETM australia who have sponsored new jerseys for our men’s B football team.
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The sun was shining down on Ingleburn for round 6 of the league and we had four teams in action today

First up were our Hurlers against an unbeaten  Sydney Shamrocks Hurling Club side.
Cusacks started well and lead by 5 early on but Shamrocks came back strong however and capitalised on some Cusacks errors to string together a number of scores to lead at halftime. A strong second half performance in both defence and attack had Cusacks in a good position heading into final minutes. However, two late scores gave Shamrocks the win by the narrowest of margins 

Cusacks 0-17 
Shamrocks 2-12

Next up were our Men’s footballers who were looking to continue their winning run. In what was a cagey opening half Clan Na Gael GAC Sydney started the brightest and went into an early two-point lead, Cusacks battled back to trail by just one at the break on a score of 0-6 to 0-5. Cusacks started the second half the sharpest and quickly took control of the game and went into a lead they would not surrender for the remainder of the game. A Danny Ward goal with 10 minutes remaining sealed the victory for Cusacks who ran out winners on a scoreline of 
Cusacks 1-13
Clan 0-11

Our B footballers were next to take the field also again Clan na Gael. In what was a one-sided game that Cusacks dominated from start to finish. There were some excellent individual performances and plenty of lads putting their hands up for a place on the A team. 
Final score
Cusacks 5-13
Clan 1-7 

Lastly our Ladies footballers took on Cormac McAnallens GAA - Sydney, a fixture that is always closely contested and today was no exception. Cusacks were out of the blocks fastest with 2 early goals and lead by 6 at half time. However, Macs did not lie down and came back strong in the second half but just couldn’t get the vital scores they needed to reel the Cusacks ladies in. Some excellent saves from Hannah Flynn in goals including a penalty helped Cusacks hold on for a 4 point victory on a scoreline of 
Cusacks 3-5 
Macs 1-7 

Players of the games today are

Hurling: James Mulqueen, Kildangan Co. Tipperary 

Men’s football: Daniel Ward Derrygonnelly Co Fermanagh 

B Football: Johnny Klusch, Belturbet Co Cavan 

Ladies football: Mairead Hardyy, Castlewellan Co. Down 

A massive thanks to ETM australia who have sponsored new jerseys for our men’s B football team.

 

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