Killeedy GAA Club Notes:

Con & Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes and Puc Fada:
Killeedy GAA’s nominated dog Romeo Kingpin clinched an impressive second place in the Con and Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes semi final at Limerick Greyhound Stadium last Saturday night securing a well deserved spot in the final. Romeo Kingpin was drawn in trap 1 for the upcoming final this Saturday night. Killeedy GAA wishes him the best of luck in the showdown. A limited number of complimentary tickets are available for the Final and we hope to see a big support for Romeo Kingpin as he vies for victory.
Well done to James Shine, Cian Fitzpatrick, Michael Casey and Harry Cremin who represented Killeedy at the Limerick GAA Puc Fada in conjunction with the Con and Annie Kirby memorial stakes.

Friday 19th April U10 football blitz in Glin at 6.45pm
Saturday 20th April U8 football blitz in Cappagh at 10am
Wednesday 24th April U17 hurling round 2 – Glenquin Gaels v Na Piarsaigh in Monagea at 6.45pm
Please check before travelling to ensure that the fixture is not changed.

Glenquin Gaels U17 Hurling:
Glenquin Gaels opened their U17 League campaign last Wednesday night against Mungret St. Paul’s in Mungret. It was a tough first evening out in the rain. Hard luck to the boys, it wasn’t their night!
Score Mungret St. Paul’s 5-10 Glenquin Gaels 0-9.

Go Games:
The U8’s took to the field last Saturday morning in Coolyroe for the first blitz of the year against a strong Feohanagh Castlemahon team. The boys gave it their all and a huge well done to Ronan, Cian and Cillian who played their first match for the U8’s.
The u11’s also travelled to Coolyroe but on Sunday morning to play the first round of the U11 Go Games league. Taking on Feohanagh Castlemahon, the game was a real display of skill and determination, showing just how much effort the boys have been putting into training.

Cúl Camp:
Cúl camp will take place from Monday July 1st to 5th. Booking is now open.