Killeedy GAA Club Notes:

Killeedy Óg:
Killeedy Bord na nÓg presented the children of Killeedy Preschool and the junior infants of Scoil Naomh Íde, Ashford and Scoil Íde Naofa, Raheenagh with a hurley and sliothar during the week to celebrate the launch of the Cill Íde Óg nursery programme. Cill Íde Óg encourages all boys and girls turning four or older this year to get involved in GAA through fun and games. An introductory session for this group will be held on April the 1st during Lá na gClub.

Killeedy All Stars:
Over the past five weeks Killeedy GAA and Camogie Health and Wellbeing Committee have being running Killeedy All Stars. This initiative aims to provide an inclusive and diverse environment for all. The objective is to include children who for one reason or another could not take part in a typical team-based game. The All Stars focused on balance, coordination and ball skills through fun based activities and games. Many thanks to the coaches and young helpers who made this such a success. The All Stars will be back for more fun later in the year.

Congratulations to Ronan Magner on his selection to the West Mackey Team for 2024. Unfortunately, the West lost out by the smallest of margins to the South in the final. Congratulations and best wishes to Odhran Kelleher and Diarmuid Mullaney on their selection to the Celtic Challenge hurling squad.

Lá na gClub:
Killeedy GAA and Camogie clubs will host Lá na gClub on Easter Monday April 1st. Lá na gClub is a national day that champions our clubs and communities, the lifeblood of our Gaelic Games. It’s an opportunity to celebrate and thank our incredible volunteers, while welcoming members and newcomers to the club for a fun-filled day out. Everyone is welcome at Lá na gClub! It’s a day for members, their families, and friends to get together and celebrate the people and place that makes our club so special and unique. Please join us from 12pm to 2pm to celebrate our wonderful club with fun-filled activities and of course a cup of tea and a chat. A full list of all activities will be available on social media during the week but will include Easter egg hunt, tug of war, fun games, novelty matches and a trip down memory lane.

Cúl Camp:
Cúl camp will take place from Monday July 1st to 5th. Booking opening soon. Limerick County Board are seeking applications for Cúl Camp coaches aged 17 years or older. Applications must be submitted by 24th March. If anyone is interested, please contact Mairéad Lynch.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade:
Well done to all our young members for representing Killeedy Bord na nÓg so well at the Castlemahon St. Patrick’s Day parade. They wore the blue and white with pride!