Interested in learning a new sport and meeting some fun people? Please join us at our Irish Sports 101 Clinic on Sunday, March 24th!
Irish Sports 101 Clinic
When: Sunday, March 24, 2012
What: A free clinic, open to the public, where we will teach anyone interested how to play Irish sports. The more the merrier, so returning players are encouraged to shake off the rust and come join us!
Where: Latrobe Park (http://www.baltimoregaa.com/fields)
You asked for it, and Indoor hurling on the artificial turn field at API in Gambrills is back. We have booked the 3 remaining Friday nights in February from 9:00pm to 10:30pm with an option to pick up a few March dates.
We hope that this will be the start of another great season for both the Baltimore and Washington clubs. So come on out and bust the rust off and enjoy a great night of 7 on 7 co-ed hurlinggames. At 9pm we will pick teams from everyone who is there and play 10 minute games until we run out of field time.
Price this year will be $15 per person per night to cover the cost of the field rental ($275). Any left over money after the 4 weeks will either be split between the clubs or used to cover an additional night of games in March. To keep this all organized please sign up online.
Please sign up here: http://goo.gl/GCoZ7
Location: Athletic Performance, Inc. - 740 MD Route 3 South - Gambrills, MD 21054
Price: $15 per person to cover the cost of the field rental. Please bring CASH. Exact Change is preferred.
I've set up a way you can prepay using Paypal. It will cost you $15.50 per night. You can only pay for 1 night at a time. You can do 4 separate transactions if you want to pay for all 4 nights at one time.
You can prepay using Paypal here: http://goo.gl/elZqN
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Here is a Google Maps Link http://goo.gl/maps/kYzyz
After the games we will head over to the Irish Channel pub for a few drinks and camaraderie. The pub is just a mile or so down the road at 1053 Route 3, Gambrills, MD 21054
Stephanie Menser is part of the “iron wall” of defense on the National Champion camogie team. Her amazing grabs from the air are breathtaking and thrilling. Steph has been a team player and always looks at the positive aspects of the games. She is an intimidating player and an overall great person.
1. How long have you been playing? How did you hear about playing? What is your favorite position?
This is my third season, and I heard about camogie at work with Tine Melen. I enjoy playing defense because you get to hit the sliotar a long way without worrying about aiming for the uprights or the goal.
2. Player you admire the most? Player you are most scared to play against?
I’ve never seen anyone as committed to a sport and team as Lucy is to the GAA. Margo is scary good. She always goes left when you expect her to go right…and she could score goals with her eyes closed.
3. Best post-game treat?
Those cupcakes Karen made were awesome.
4. Best pump-up song?
“The Warrior” by Scandal and Patty Smith
5. Player with the best style?
Jill!. Those socks should get their own player profile one day.
6. Favorite ice cream flavor?
Anything with a graham cracker swirl in it.
7. Worst injury?
I broke my pinky last fall in NY and had to get a pin put in. The hand surgeon was a big hurling fan, though. He’d even seen a match at Croke Park.
8. Best memory of GAA/experience?
Going to St Louis this year. Seeing so many other girls playing camogie. And bringing home the cup, of course.
9. What would your wrestling name be?
I doubt that my wrestling skills are worthy of a name, but Turbo Verde is what the online generator gave me. It obviously hasn’t seen me run.
10. What would a headline about your playing be?
The Beast Channels the Terminator and Stops a Point with Her Bare Hand
11. Best drink?
12. Favorite breakfast before a game?
Banana, Go Lean Cereal, and Almond Milk.
13. What does your family think of you playing?
My dad thinks I’m crazy and secretly hoped I would quit after I got injured last year. My mom and sister are just anxious to see a match. Too bad Charlotte and Tampa don’t have teams.
14. Goal for this season?
Win Nationals, of course. On a more personal level, I’d like to hit more consistently from my left side.
15. Best thing to shout at a game?
“Kick it! Kick it!” Though with my new mouthguard, everything I shout sounds like “Mmmmph! Mmmmph!”
Looking for something to buy for your family and friends this holiday season? We've got some great Bohs gear available now! We've got a tee for every team and hoodies and jackets to keep you warm this winter. Load up Santa's sleigh today with all these goodies!
Log onto at www.rtgbeta.com
Create username and password (if you ordered from RTG before and you need your password click the send me password link)
Pack # 206945
All orders must be placed by 11/30, orders will ship Dec 1-Dec 15th.
Orders will ship directly to your mailing address.
Support your Baltimore Bohs this holiday season! Lets go Bohs!
If you have any questions please email Lucy Prendeville email@example.com
The 2012 NACB Finals took place on Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia. There were over 105 games played, 2,000 athletes who participated, and 95 teams that made the trip to the City of Brotherly Love. In all, 16 championship finals were played--and the Baltimore Bohemians played in 3 of them, taking home 2 national trophies.
Congratulations Boh champs, on a legendary season! Roll on Cleveland 2013!
Here are the results, by day, of the North American County Board Finals, 2012:
Junior C Hurling: St. Louis, 1-7 to Baltimore, 1-5
Men's Junior D Football: St. Louis, 3-10 to Baltimore, 1-6
Men’s Junior B Football: Baltimore, 3-10 to Philadelphia, 1-13
Ladies’ Junior B Football: Baltimore, 8-8 to Denver, 2-10
Camogie Junior: Baltimore, 7-9 to Denver, 2-0; Baltimore, 4-8 to St. Louis, 1-1
Men’s Junior B Football: Baltimore, 1-11 to Boston (Cork), 0-7
Ladies’ Junior B Football: Baltimore, 5-7 to San Diego (NaFianna), 0-8
Camogie Junior Final: Baltimore, 9-10 to Seattle, 0-2
Men’s Junior B Football Final: Baltimore, 0-10 to Charlotte, 0-8
Ladies’ Junior B Football Final: Chicago (Erin Rovers), 0-15 to Baltimore, 1-3