ALL STAR ! A massive congratulations to our very own Kyle Hayes who won his first All Star at the weekend. 2020 was a difficult year but it was one in which Kyle excelled. He captained the club to a county title, leading us back to senior ranks and on the intercounty scene, he was part of a Limerick side who had a 100% winning record across the season. He picked up League, Munster and All-Ireland medals and has now added an All Star to the collection.
This didn’t come easy; this is just reward for a lot of very hard work put in by Kyle. Well done to Kyle; a proud moment for himself, his family, his club and his county!
AR DHEIS DÉ GO RAIBH A N-ANAMACHA: Since the start of this year a number of parishioners have gone to their eternal reward. The club offers its sincere sympathy to the families of the following: Vera O’Donnell, Josephine Mann, George O’Rourke, Pat O’Shea, Joey Lyons, Kathleen Hannon and Mike Dillon.
The most recent death was Mike Dillon who was laid to rest on Thursday last. Mike was manager and selector to a number of teams over the years and made a significant contribution to the club which is reflected in today’s success. His sons Mikey and Gary have represented the club for many years as both players and mentors.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.
EVERY STEP COUNTS: As part of our healthy club initiative, we continue to partake in the MyLife ‘Every Step Counts’ challenge until March 3, 2021. We have surpassed 11,000km as a club; a phenomenal achievement and there is still time to improve!
To join, download the app MyLife by Irish Life. Once registered, scroll down to the challenge, click to select Munster, click join and then select Kildimo/Pallaskenry.
We would really love everyone to walk individually but let’s stay connected together by posting a snap while out on your walk and tag us on social media! Stay safe, stay walking.
OPERATION TRANSFORMATION: Also, over the past few weeks, you may have noted videos on our social media pages supporting our local Operation Transformation leader Hazel Hartigan. The most recent home workout videos came from the O’Driscoll family and from U-6 coach Cathy O’Connor and family. Feel free to share your videos with us and continue to show your support for Hazel!
PITCH SIGNAGE: If you or business is interested in supporting your local GAA club, give us a message on social media for details of pitch signage options in both Kildimo and Pallaskenry GAA grounds. Many thanks to Ray Nash of RAYN Safety and Security for their support lately in this regard, it is very much appreciated.
CLUB LOTTO: The winning numbers in this week’s lotto draw were 5, 15, 17 and 20. There was no winner of the overall draw. The €25 lucky dip winners were 1. Maria O’Donovan; 2. Eamon Sheehan; 3. Mary Moloney; 4. Niamh Bradley (online). The jackpot rises to €8,500 for next week’s draw.
Our lotto has moved online and can be played at with options to play weekly, monthly or as often as you like! Six-month and annual lotto subscriptions are also now available. With ongoing restrictions our club lotto is the most
vital fundraising and income source for the club, even more so now when all other fundraising activities remain suspended and not possible to run. We are continuing to reach out to members, supporters, friends of our club to please consider joining and playing the lotto online in order to support the ongoing costs of running our club. The best way to support the club right now is through the lotto!
Tickets are also available in Mace Kildimo, Gala Pallaskenry and from our weekly lotto sellers. Please continue to support your local club!
TWITTER: The club also have a new twitter account which can be found by searching Kildimo/Pallaskenry GAA or by the twitter handle @kildimopallas. Give the club a follow to keep up to date with all the latest club news.