The club AGM will take place on Tuesday June 6th at 8pm in Colaiste Bride. Please send any nominations for any position on the committee or any motions to email@example.com by May 30th.
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Cup Final weekend is coming
WE need everyone in the club to get out and support the Ladies. This is a fantastic achievement in their first season in the National League. Don’t miss out get your tickets now #golions
Dublin Lions in the community
Dublin Lions National league player Amelia Motz and Coach Rob White out and about in the community introducing kids to basketball. #Lions#fun#sport#team#Basketball Scoil Íde Clondalkin @alaskafisherwoman
Dublin Lions AGM will take place on Weds June 2nd at 9pm online. We are scheduling it later than usual in the evening to facilitate as much outdoor training as possible for our teams while it’s still bright. If you wish to attend please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours before the meeting and a link will be sent. Any nominations or motions should be sent to the same email address by 9pm on Weds May 26th.
Yours in sport
Chairman Dublin Lions Basketball Club
Dublin Lions Basketball Club: An update from the Chairperson.
To all involved with our club:
As we prepare to return to training I would like to take this opportunity to address our members.
Firstly I should say that unfortunately over the last few months we have lost some members of our basketball family. Members, past members, founding members and good friends of the club have sadly lost people. To those friends we offer our deepest condolences. May your loved ones rest in peace.
The club has been working tirelessly since the first easing of the lockdown to try to find a way to get our sport running again. Indeed several teams have been working out in small groups in local parks. This morning we were given the go ahead by the board of management of Colaiste Bride to re-commence training outdoors from today and indoors from Monday next. The club has some very comprehensive guidelines in place for what these new training sessions might look like.
Basketball Ireland have issued two sets of guidelines. All players and coaching staff should familiarise themselves with the first set linked here. The second set is a more comprehensive document – linked here. The club will be following all guidelines from the Government and from Basketball Ireland. The CoVid officer for the club is Rob White – should you have any concerns please contact Rob. The number one priority of the club is to keep our members and their families safe.
The club also has a google form that every junior player and their parent MUST sign before coming back to train. Your coach or the CoVid officer will contact you with a link to this form when training times have been sorted. Obviously we have a lot of teams so this may take a few days. Some of the main points of the club google form are:
Every player MUST have their own ball
Only attend at time of you pre booked training session
Bring your own ball and other equipment.
Arrive as close to time as possible and leave promptly at end
Arrive ready to train as no access available to changing rooms
Know that there is no access to toilet facilities at this time
Wash your hands before coming to training
Bring your own hand sanitiser/ antiseptic wipes.
Parents are asked to drop and leave their children and if waiting on the premises must stay in their own cars.
Club members including parents who do not follow the club guidelines will be asked to leave.
Social Distancing behaviour
To protect against infection:
Players must refrain from hand shaking, high fives and fist pumps
Keep 2 metres away from others at all times.
Do not share balls, equipment, drinks, food, or towels.
Get your own rebounds. Do not rebound for other players.
Follow good cough/sneeze etiquette and dispose of any used tissue in your own bag and bring it home with you.
Sanitise your hands after cough/sneezing.
Avoid touching your face
Avoid touching any surfaces such as position cones, backboard and rims of baskets.
Remain apart from other players if taking a break
When training is finished
Leave promptly at end of training session as directed by supervisor
Sanitise your hands as soon as possible
Go directly to your car or if walking leave immediately
If a player becomes unwell after training first contact your GP and read the HSE guidelines and then inform the club. The club will then follow advice provided to them by the HSE on the next steps.
Players are encouraged to remind other players in a gentle way to adhere to club guidelines.
Players must only bring their own ball
Players should not touch any equipment such as cones
Players must refrain from touching backboard and rims.
Finally can I say that our AGM had to be postponed in May and will take place in September. We look forward to seeing you all back in the near future.
Dublin Lions Basketball Club
Lions seeking coaches for 2020-21
Dublin Lions are seeking expressions of interest for coaching positions across all of our teams for next season. We currently have over 20 teams competing in Dublin and National Leagues with boys and girls teams from U11 all the way up to seniors, along with our academy sessions. Please contact Rob White by email: email@example.com
Dublin Lions are delighted to announce that Clinton Efinda has been offered and accepted a scholarship to Lawrence Woodmere Academy in Long Island, New York.
Woodmere is where our own Aidan Igiehon attended for four years and Aidan is already a big success story.
All of us at Dublin Lions would like to congratulate Clinton and his family and wish him the very best in his studies and basketball in the USA.
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v KCYMS – Colaiste Bride 17:30
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v KCYMS – Colaiste Bride 17:30 Saturday Nov 2nd:
Coach Rob and the boys are still looking for their forst win of the season and take on Killorglin CYMS at home this Saturday. KCYMS lie two places above us in the league and hopefully the lads can register their forst win of the season and get the ball rolling. #GoLions
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v Eanna
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v Eanna – Colaiste Bride 17:30
It’s game-day finally – The club make history as for the first time Abbey Seals Dublin Lions will compete in the Super League playing our Dublin neighbours Eanna. Make sure to get down early as the hall is sure to be packed.
Venue information: Colaiste Bride :22 New Rd, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin
Doors 16:30 – Tip off 17:30
Admission Adults €6 U18s €3 (Members €5 and U18s wearing Lions gear/Tshirt €2)
Shop – There will be a shop open upstairs for refreshments teas/coffees/soft drinks and sweets. The shop also has a stock of replica Super League Tshirts. All proceeds to club.
Please note that supporters will NOT be permitted to bring basketballs into the hall during the game. Please leave them at home or in cars.
Best of luck to Rob and the lads. #GoLions #ThisIsSuper
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v Eanna
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v Eanna
Abbey Seals Dublin Lions will play their first ever Super League game against Eanna on Saturday September 21st at 5:30pm in Colaiste Bride Clondalkin. This is an historic day for the Club and we urge as many people as possible to come along and support your team. The team will feature several new additions and is to be even more dynamic and more exciting to watch than last season when they won promotion to the Super League. Scores will be updated on our Twitter feed during the game. Please be sure to get along early as the gym is sure to be packed. Doors at 4:30pm. Admission:; Adults €6: U18s €3. #GoLions