Athea Coiste Na Nog
Boys & Girls Football Training:
Nursery, U7, U8, U9, U10 & U11 – Friday @ 6:30pm
Newcomers welcome, please come and try out.
Boys Football Training:
U13 – Monday @ 6:30pm
U15 – Monday @ 7pm in Ballyhahill & Thursday @ 7pm in Glin
U17 – Tuesday @ 8pm in Glin & Friday @ 8pm in Athea
Boys & Girls Hurling Training:
Nursery, U7, U9 & U11 – Sunday @ 11am
U11 – Sunday @ 11am & Wednesday @ 7pm
Newcomers welcome, please come and try out.
Helmet and Hurley’s available for newcomers for the first few weeks.
Accepting children from Athea and outside Athea.
Boys Hurling Training:
U13 – Sunday @ 11am & Wednesday @ 7pm
Please bring Gum shields and water.
U17 Boys
Shannon Gaels Athea 1-9 Croom 6-11
We were well beaten by a strong Croom team in Croom on Wednesday evening last. We had plenty of possession throughout the game but struggled to get scores, while we struggled with the athleticism in their midfield and half back line.
Team Tomás Ahern, Seamus Dillane, Tadhg Ahern, Aiden Fogarty, James Lee, Calum Buckley, James Hunt, Evan Curry, Aiden Healy, Adam Bennett, James Broderick, Rory Cleary, Seam McEnery, Sean Moore, Billy Hogan, subs, Conor Fitzgerald, Ciarán Hunt, Colm McNamara,Jim Culhane, Jack Finnerty and Fergal Leahy.
U19 Boys
Shannon Gaels Athea play Rathkeale/Cappagh on Thursday evening Aug 11th at 6.45pm in Newcastle West in the County semi final. Best of luck to all involved.
Junior Ladies
Athea ladies are preparing for the start of the championship on Sunday Aug 7th where they play Groody Gaels away at 11 am.
14/8/22 Home to Galtee Gaels at 11
23/8/22 Away to Ahane at 7 pm
28/8/22 Home to St Ailbes at 11
Club Draw
Tickets are now on sale for the Athea GAA Club Development Draw 2022, with the first draw to take place in late July. Tickets are priced at just €50 which covers entry into all 5 draws over 5 months with a total prize fund of €7,200. Tickets can be purchased online through clubforce by following the link –…
Tickets can also be purchased by contacting any of our usual sellers. Many thanks to everyone for your continued support, allowing us to continue to invest in our facilities at Pairc na nGael.
Paudie Mullane RIP
Our Club wishes to convey our sympathies to the Mullane Family Knocknagorna on the untimely passing of their dear family member, Paudie. Athea GAA stood for a guard of honour on Monday evening last as Paudie made his final journey to Holy Cross, to remember Paudie, and in honour of the Mullane Family’s long contribution to Athea GAA. May the light of heaven shine upon him.