Garda vetting:
Anyone who has got their Garda Vetting back recently please forward to Killeedys’ GAA club Childrens Officer. Those applying for Garda vetting please use new link……For future reference the link to Step 2 of the Garda Vetting has changed.
The link directly to Step 2 has changed to the following
Killeedy GAA &Camogie Healthy Club Project:
GAA for Dads & Lads:
Killeedy have set up a Dad’s & Lads Team, they are looking for new people to join. Please contact Damien on 087 8238390 if you are interested in playing..
Killeedy Club Members
Killeedy Days & Lads still looking for eligible players.
We’re off the ground with the Dads & Lads football team. Just two ground rules to get started..
* You need Killeedy GAA club membership
* You cannot be a registered player on another team..
We’re building up to a match in a couple of weeks. It’s ideal for anyone looking for the mildest of activity, in the name of football. With holidays an’all, attendance is, come if you’re available. This is open to everybody. No experience in football or indeed GAA games necessary. Training every Thursday at 8pm in the new field. All attendees must complete a Covid return to play questionnaire before attending each training session. Lookup Killeedy – G4D&L Football. Damien Mullaney – Co-ordinator for G4D&L in Killeedy
The GAA launched their newest initiative ‘GAA for Dads & Lads’, click below for details. ‘GAA for Dads & Lads’ is a social hurling and football programme for those keen to enjoy Gaelic Games outside the traditional competitive structures of the GAA. With an emphasis on the social interaction and enjoyment that only team sports can provide, GAA for Dads & Lads is about keeping fun and participation to the fore of hurling football regardless of age or experience. The games allow incidental contact only (to minimise risk of injury) so skills are to the fore over physicality. So regardless of whether you are a recently retired great, a lapsed player looking to reconnect with the game you once loved, or completely new to Gaelic Games and looking to try your hand at a bit of hurling or football, ‘GAA for Dads & Lads’ could be for you.
And for the ladies…….Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others continues on Tuesday evenings in Coolyroe at 8.15pm. Please check out Feohanagh/Castlemahon LGFC Facebook page for more details. All welcome. Beginners welcome too!
HER Outdoors Week 9th-15th August is an opportunity for the females of Ireland to experience the outdoors, to redefine what ‘sporty’ looks like & to feel a sense of pride in trying something new! Click on the link below to find out more…

Small Grant from “Keep Walking Keep Well” Initiative
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club Project have secured a grant of €1,000 as a result of participating in the “Keep Walking, Keep Well” Initiative in association with Get Ireland Walking and the GAA. Killeedy GAA & Camogie HCP took part in this initiative for a 6 week period from 12th May-16th June.
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U13’s Killeedy/Tournafulla played Drom/Broadford in Round 4 on Thursday 5th August in Raheenagh.
Killeedy Days & Lads still looking for eligible players.