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Run to Remember Gary Askin 🏃‍♀️

Gary was a friend of our club members from Emyvalle in Monaghan.

Come along and join us in remembering him at Centennial Park this Saturday 17th August at 11:00am. The meeting point is Centennial Park Homestead Restaurant.

Runners, joggers, walkers and people of all ages are welcome to complete the 4km.

See you all there.

You can donate to this campaign via the link below. All proceeds are in aid of Cavan Down Syndrome, The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and other local charities.

www.gofundme.com/f/wj6dud-run-to-remember-gary-askin?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_ca...
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Run to Remember Gary Askin 🏃‍♀️

Gary was a friend of our club members from Emyvalle in Monaghan.

Come along and join us in remembering him at Centennial Park this Saturday 17th August at 11:00am. The meeting point is Centennial Park Homestead Restaurant.

Runners, joggers, walkers and people of all ages are welcome to complete the 4km.

See you all there.

You can donate to this campaign via the link below. All proceeds are in aid of Cavan Down Syndrome, The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and other local charities.

https://www.gofundme.com/f/wj6dud-run-to-remember-gary-askin?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_co_campmgmt_m&fbclid=IwAR1IP00JO7cYFGQRe7TAg680V5TCQY-Hyv3BWOaf6cztvRHdys4HU3R4gQQ

🌟Championship Round 3🌟

Round 3 of the championship and all four of our teams in action have progressed to the semi-finals next Sunday

🌟Mens Football🌟
First up were our men’s footballers against Clannagael Bondi
who needed a win to guarantee their semi-final spot. Cusacks started the strongest and had built up a ten-point lead at half time. The lads kept the foot on the gas in the second half and ran out comfortable winners. An excellent team performance that bodes well ahead of the semi-final next weekend

Cuascks 3-18
Clann 0-9

Player of the match
Garry McBrien
Derrylin O Connell’s, Co Fermanagh

🌟Camogie🌟
Next up were our Camogs who played against a strong wind in the first half and the defence worked hard to restrict Clans half time lead to only 2 points.
Half time score 1-3 to 1-1.
The girls continued to work hard and had lots of possession in the second half but couldn't get the scores to narrow the gap, with frees keeping Clan ahead. A great team effort all around and the girls should be positive heading into next weeks semi.

Clan 1-6
Cusacks 1-4.

Player of the match
Michelle Brosnahan
Tournafulla, Co. Limerick

🌟Ladies Football🌟
The third game of the day saw our ladies footballers in action and similarly, they played against a strong wind in the first half.
They got an ideal start with Fiona Cotter bagging a goal right away. Despite being against the wind and being a player down for a period of time they worked hard to keep possession and led at half time by 2-1 to 0-4.
Central Coast GAA Sydney started the sharpest in the second half, but the girls managed to get 2 more goals at crucial times to keep them ahead. Again a great team effort at this important stage of the year. The girls now progress to the semis.

Cusacks 4-3
Central Coast 0-8

Player of the match
Caoimhe Murray
Carrickcruppen, Co Armagh

🌟Mens B Football🌟
Last game of the day saw our men’s B footballers in action. This game was nip and tuck throughout with Cusacks leading by two at half time. Our lads got a goal early in the second half and looked to have done enough to hold on for the win, but a last-minute goal from Young Ireland GAA Sydney seen them claim the victory by the narrowest of margins. However, we still progress to next weeks semi-final.

Cusacks 1-12
Young Ireland 1-13

Player of the match
Johnny Klusch
Rory O Moore’s Belturbet, Co. Cavan
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🌟Championship Round 3🌟

Round 3 of the championship and all four of our teams in action have progressed to the semi-finals next Sunday 

🌟Mens Football🌟
First up were our men’s footballers against Clannagael Bondi
 who needed a win to guarantee their semi-final spot. Cusacks started the strongest and had built up a ten-point lead at half time. The lads kept the foot on the gas in the second half and ran out comfortable winners. An excellent team performance that bodes well ahead of the semi-final next weekend 

Cuascks 3-18
Clann 0-9 

Player of the match 
Garry McBrien
Derrylin O Connell’s, Co Fermanagh 

🌟Camogie🌟
Next up were our Camogs who played against a strong wind in the first half and the defence worked hard to restrict Clans half time lead to only 2 points. 
Half time score 1-3 to 1-1.
The girls continued to work hard and had lots of possession in the second half but couldnt get the scores to narrow the gap, with frees keeping Clan ahead. A great team effort all around and the girls should be positive heading into next weeks semi. 

Clan 1-6 
Cusacks 1-4.

Player of the match
Michelle Brosnahan 
Tournafulla, Co. Limerick 

🌟Ladies Football🌟
The third game of the day saw our ladies footballers in action and similarly, they played against a strong wind in the first half. 
They got an ideal start with Fiona Cotter bagging a goal right away. Despite being against the wind and being a player down for a period of time they worked hard to keep possession and led at half time by 2-1 to 0-4.
Central Coast GAA Sydney started the sharpest in the second half, but the girls managed to get 2 more goals at crucial times to keep them ahead. Again a great team effort at this important stage of the year. The girls now progress to the semis.

Cusacks 4-3
Central Coast 0-8

Player of the match 
Caoimhe Murray
Carrickcruppen, Co Armagh 

🌟Mens B Football🌟
Last game of the day saw our men’s B footballers in action. This game was nip and tuck throughout with Cusacks leading by two at half time. Our lads got a goal early in the second half and looked to have done enough to hold on for the win, but a last-minute goal from Young Ireland GAA Sydney seen them claim the victory by the narrowest of margins. However, we still progress to next weeks semi-final. 

Cusacks 1-12
Young Ireland 1-13 

Player of the match
Johnny Klusch
Rory O Moore’s Belturbet, Co. Cavan

Co. Down is becoming more populated as Sydney is recovering from another goodbye! Dual ladies’ football and Camogie player Karen McMullan (aka Mully) went home a few weeks ago, and has already played an integral part in her county team winning the Ulster Championship!

Mully joined us back in 2016 from Camogie club Liatroim Fontenoys and ladies football Castlewellan Ladies GAA. As she says herself she was another of Sarah Murphy’s recruits “Murph is renowned for getting the Down ones on board so I didn't really have any other choice! No better person for welcoming anyone across the water.”
When asked who her toughest opponent was over her three-and-a-half-year tenure – Mully admitted “it’s hard to look past Cusack’s players like Sarah Tierney for football and Krystle Ruddy for Camogie. Would have to say Anna Galvin from Macs was a torture to run after!”
Karen epitomised the dual star in every way, leading from the front: she captained both our ladies and Camogie teams in her time here and won numerous individual awards on top of her team achievements.
Mully fondly looks back on winning the ladies football championship in 2017 after extra time against a tough Cormac McAnallens side, with her Camogie highlight being the NSW league win against Central Coast in 2018. Both wins were hard fought and a long time coming for both codes.
On a personal note, Karen’s best memories in Sydney involve the lifelong friendships made through the club, the trips away, Cusacks social sessions and so many amazing times to look back on.

Karen left Sydney with a long list of honours including:
⭐️All Sydney GAA tournament 2016, 2017, 2019
⭐️NSW ladies football Championship 2017
⭐️Melbourne 7s ladies football winners 2018, 2019
⭐️Central coast comp ladies football winners 2019
⭐️Penrith comp ladies football winners 2019
⭐️Young Irelands ladies football winners 2019 & player of the tournament.

⭐️NSW Camogie Championship 2016
⭐️Melbourne 7s Camogie winners 2017
⭐️NSW Camogie league 2018 & player of the match award.
⭐️Melbourne 7s Camogie winners 2017

⭐️Australian winners Camogie & ladies’ football 2016
⭐️Australian winners Camogie & ladies’ football 2018
⭐️Cusacks club Camogie player of year 2018
⭐️NSW Camogie player of year 2018
⭐️Australian All-star awards in both Camogie and ladies’ football 2016 & 2018.

Gone but never forgotten – Karen’s final words to the Cusacks are “Thank you to everyone for making my stay in Sydney so memorable and enjoyable!! Without Cusacks I know for sure I wouldn't have stayed as long as I did!! It's a home away from home! Best wishes to everyone in the club for the future!!”
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Go on the Mully!!!!! 😁💯

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