KILLEEDY GAA CLUB NOTES
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Registration 2019:
A combined registration evening will be held on 6th & 7th February next from 7.30pm to 8.30pm sharp in Raheenagh for all hurling & camogie teams.
Due to insurance costs & the up keep of our new facilities & walkway Killeedy GAA & Camogie club have aligned registration fees for 2019.
Registration forms will be available at both schools this week and will also be available at registration evenings.
Health and Wellbeing:
Operation Transformation and the GAA – Ireland Lights up
Ireland Lights Up with the GAA is a national initiative to improve the health of the country through GAA clubs and communities across Ireland. GAA clubs across Ireland will be coming on board with RTÉ’s Operation Transformation and turning on their floodlights/lighting systems starting at 7-pm each Thursday for a six-week period (17th January – 21st February, 2019) as Operation Transformation returns to our screens for 2019.
Do you want to get moving and active this New Year, but you have nowhere to go? Do you find it hard to find a safe and well-lit area to go for a walk during the dark winter months? Well, your local GAA club has the answer!
Killeedy GAA and Camogie Healthy Club Project: We’re coming on board with Operation Transformation and the GAA for Ireland Lights Up. Every Thursday from the 17th January – 21st February 2019 our club will be open and lit up for you, your family and friends to come and join our walk at 7pm. Registration will be at 6.45pm.
We want everyone to come and join for Ireland Lights Up 2019!
All are welcome to come to this event.
Gaelic 4 mothers & others….Feohanagh/ Castlemahon LGFC
Exercise class Monday nights from 7pm to 8pm in Coolyroe contact Joann Larkin for further information.
SafeTALK half day training workshop will be held in Desmond Complex, NCW on Tuesday January 29th. Starts at 5.15pm and finishes at 9.30pm. The SafeTALK is a half day training programme that prepares participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. These skills are called suicide alertness and are taught with the expectation that the person learning them will use them to help reduce suicide risk in community. For more information or If you would like to book a place, please contact Joann Larkin on 0868516086. All welcome.
Find us on Facebook @killeedy gaa health and wellbeing and Twitter @killeedygaaHWB
Junior B Hurling 2018/2019 All Ireland Final weekend
Saturday 9th February at 2pm in Páirc Íde Naofa Raheenagh. Cappamore of Limerick V’s Oylegate-Glenbrien of Wexford.
Both clubs have already claimed the Munster & Leinster provincial titles respectively & will be led into battle by The City of Limerick Pipe band when both teams will take to the field on Saturday from 1.30pm on their journey to the title & much sought after prize – The Killeedy GAA Junior B Perpetual Cup.
The official meet & greet of officials & invited guests will follow before throw-in at 2pm.
Look forward to seeing you there. Facebook @Junior B All Ireland Hurling Series
The following are the registration fees for 2019: