Sacred Heart P.S. Dundrum are proud to announce the inception of the Jarlath Carey Memorial Cup. The new annual GAA tournament will take place at Páirc Seán Ó Caoilte on Tuesday 21st June at 10am. Four schools will compete in this inaugural competition for the Jarlath Carey Memorial Cup and the Dundrum GAC Shield.
Jarlath Carey (RIP) was the former Headmaster of Sacred Heart P.S. Dundrum, having come to the area to lead the school in the Autumn of 1959. His journey in educational leadership continued in the school over the next few decades as he positively moulded the students under his care, academically and in the field of sport.
Jarlath's prowess as a Gaelic footballer was unsurpassed. A legendary midfielder on the Down teams of 1960 and 1961, he picked up two All Ireland SFC titles. Along with this he was the proud holder of five Ulster SFC medals, two NFL's, five Dr Lagan Cups and two Dr McKenna Cups.
We envisage a fine morning of football, played in the right spirit. All those from our school community and beyond are invited to attend.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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