Ireland Lights Up:
Ireland Lights Up starts in Killeedy GAA and Camogie Club. Wednesday 25th January between 7pm and 8pm. Registration at 6:50pm. We are looking forward to seeing everyone.
Just a few points to note in preparation for our first night:
– Participation is entirely free of charge and suitable for all the family.
– Registration at 6:50pm in the stand behind Complex. Every walker needs to register on a weekly basis for insurance purposes
– Although the walk track has lighting we recommend wearing a high vis and carrying a small torch
– Walking shoes with good grips are recommended.
-Gavin O’Reilly Fitness and Nutrition will get there each week for the warm up and a few gentle exercises.
We will have plenty of volunteers and a fantastic group of walking leaders present every night to ensure a safe and fun event for everyone.
So pop the date in your diary with a family member, friend or neighbour for a healthy and fun start to 2023!! #healthyclub
Healthy Ireland GAA LimerickGAA Irish Life Operation Transformation Sport Ireland Get Ireland Walking.
This time last week snow prevented us from starting our Ireland Lights Up walk. No snow warnings for this week though.
Killeedy GAA and Bord Na Nog clubs extend their deepest sympathies to Mary Sheahan and Alice Noonan following the death of their father Thomas McGreal, May he rest in peace
Bord na nÓg Bonus Ball
Congratulations to Nell Cremin this week on winning the bonus ball prize.
Junior-B All-Ireland Series 22/23
Leinster Semi-Final 1 of Junior B All Ireland Hurling Series on Saturday 21st Jan at 12noon in Páirc Íde Naofa Raheenagh. Referee John O’Halloran (Limerick)
Full time score: St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh (Dublin): 2-13(19) v St. Martin’s (Kilkenny): 2-20(26)
Man of the Match for Leinster Semi-Final 1 is No. 1 Oisin Kelly from St Martins GAA Club of Kilkenny. Prize sponsored by Claire & John Barry of The Pub Raheenagh. Brian Casey presenting on their behalf
Leinster Semi-Final 2 of Junior B All Ireland Hurling Series on Saturday 21st Jan at 2.30pm in Páirc Íde Naofa Raheenagh. Referee John O’Halloran (Limerick)
Full time score: Sarsfields (Galway): 0-18(18) V Rosenallis (Laois): 0-11(11)
Man of the Match for Leinster Semi-Final 2 was No. 12 for Sarsfields of Galway, Sean Kelly. Thanks to Claire & John Barry of The Pub Raheenagh for sponsoring the trophy. Brian Casey presenting the award.
Munster Final(Micheal Fitzmaurice Memorial Cup): Saturday 28th January 2023
Throw-in – 2.00pm. Bruff(Limerick) V’s Thurles Sarsfields (Tipperary)
Referee – Joseph Mullins (Clare)
Leinster Final(Alfie Hickey Memorial Cup): Sunday29th January 2023
Throw-in – 2.00pm. St. Martin’s (Kilkenny) V’s Sarsfields (Galway)