Killeedy GAA Club Notes:
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club has achieved Foundation Healthy Club Status.
The club’s policies, partners, activities and environment are aligned with supporting the holistic health of your members and community.
Limerick GAA Health and Wellbeing Seminar October 18th 2023:
Limerick GAA Health and WellBeing/Games for All Committee would like to invite you to a special event that will celebrate good practice and offer new insights for clubs. Speakers and presentations will be drawn from national and local level.
There will also be information stands and short outlines of successful activities run by other Co. Limerick clubs. And the Liam McCarthy Cup will be in attendance. Free Admission.
Register your interest as soon as possible at
The event takes place on Wednesday 18th October in Woodlands Hotel Adare from 7.30 to 9.30 pm
Expression of Interest QR Code and link has been sent out to club members and wider community in relation to joining the Healthy Club Committee
Killeedy U7 at the end of year Football Blitz. Well done everyone..
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U15 Glenquin Gaels:
Well done to the U15 Glenquin Gaels hurlers who put in a massive display in Mick Neville Park on Thursday evening 5th October against St. Kierans in the County Semi Final. Congratulations on making it into the Mr. Binman Division 2 Final.
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U17 Glenquin Gaels:
Glenquin Gaels played their final match of the season against Mungret St. Pauls on Sunday 8th October. Unfortunately it wasn’t the result they hoped for and as a result their season ended. Hard luck boys.
A huge thank you to each and everyone of the boys all of whom contributed massively to a successful season over for our U17 team. Thanks also to the management and trainers for their commitment and dedication through the whole year. Well done to everyone involved with the U17 Glenquin hurlers during the year.
Killeedy Bord na nÓg Bonus Ball:
Winner this week: Number 29. Congratulations to Murty Kennedy