Killeedy GAA Club Notes
Health and Wellbeing:
Saturday last saw great excitement when the Liam McCarthy cup visited our club accompanied by Declan Hannon, Seamus Flanagan, David Reidy & Colin Ryan who gave their time generously to all the proud Killeedy supporters. The Health & Wellbeing team were on board with their information table & choices of healthy snacks for this fabulous event.
Health & Wellbeing team with GAA Chairperson Majella Scanlon & Limerick players Declan Hannon, Seamus Flanagan, David reidy & Colin Ryan.
Gaelic for mothers & others….Training continues Saturday mornings in Coolyroe. No previous skills required. Join in any week. Training incorporates fitness & football skills development with a big emphasis on fun and enjoyment!!
The walkers return…..Please keep an eye on our facebook page for up and coming walks. Sunday 30th September saw National Walking Day. Killeedy GAA and Camogie Healthy Club Project are registered with Get Ireland Walking.ie. Edel lead the early morning walk from Ashford. Thank you Edel, everyone really enjoyed the walk.
BOOTCAMP starting in Killeedy …..Wednesday and Friday nights for four weeks at 7.30pm. Open to both Males and Females. Starting Wednesday 3rd October. Places are filling up fast. Book your place by texting 0871214920.
Find us on Facebook @killeedy gaa health and wellbeing and Twitter @killeedygaaHWB
Training every Wednesday evenings at 6.30 to 7.30pm.
Training every Tuesday evenings at 6.30 to 7.30.
Congratulations to both players and management of the Killeedy/Tour U12 boys. The U12 finals were held in Rathkeale last Friday evening. In our group were two Ahane teams and Feoghanagh/Castlemahon. Killeedy won their semi-final stage by two points against a very good Ahane taem. The second Ahane team were the victors against Feoghanagh/Castlemahon in the other semi-final.
Sadly, Killeedy/Tour lost by the narrowest of margins, one point, against the second Ahane team in the final.
For Killeedy spectators, there was only one winner and that was the entire Killeedy/Tour U12 team. Throughout the year this team has gained confidence and performed to a higher standard each time.
Girls win final of Desmond College blitz.
Congratulations to all the boys and girls from Raheenagh NS who competed in the schools blitz last Tuesday in the Desmond College. The boys team reached the semi-final stages but missed out on a final place losing to the Courtney Boys school. The Girls saw success right to the end and secured a final place win.
On Saturday last there was great excitement when the Liam McCarthy cup visited our club.
Our youngest Killeedy players the Under 6 players, hopefully getting the first of many chances to hold the Liam McCarthy cup.