KILLEEDY GAA CLUB NOTES
Killeedy GAA Club Shop
Club shop is now up and running on O’Neills website. Training tops, hoodies, tracksuits, jackets and socks are all available online.
Navigate to www.oneills.com. Click into the GAA section and search for Killeedy. All the garments are there.
West Junior B Hurling C’ship on Sunday 19th Sept at 5pm in The Bog Garden Rathkeale. Referee John McGrath.
Full time score: Killeedy : 0-15(15) v Templeglantine : 0-7(7)
Woodlands House Hotel County Junior A Hurling C’ship on Sun 19th Sept at 1pm in The Bog Garden Rathkeale. Referee Sean Carey .
Full time score: Killeedy : 2-25(31) v Claughaun: 1-15(18)
Killeedy GAA &Camogie Healthy Club Project:
GAA for Dads & Lads:
On Sunday 26th September, the parish of Killeedy will play host to our first Dads and Lads Football challenge match against the visiting team from Kilteely-Dromkeen.
All non-player, Killeedy GAA members are invited to participate and play in this inclusive #GAAHealthyFamily #GAAclann initiative. This is a notice asking you to join the team on Sunday. Your parish needs you..! Zero experience necessary. Contact Damien Mullaney on (087)8238390 for details.
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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 a focus on participation, it offers men who previously played hurling or football – or those keen to lace up their boots for the first time – the opportunity to (re)discover the skills associated with our great games while tapping into the camaraderie that only team sports can provide.
General GAA playing rules apply but all teams must follow the principles of Social Gaelic Games. Any contact that occurs should be incidental. No aggressive tackling or shoulder charges.
Some of the game adaptions:
· 20 min games (10 min halves)
· Roll on, roll off subs
· Games are self-governing – players call fouls, line balls and wides
· If playing another GAA for Dads & Lads team, agree on playing adaptations in advance (e.g. rotating goalkeeper, 2-touch restrictions, goals only scoring, etc.)
· Half size regulation pitch.
· Smaller than regulation goals if available.
· Adult males – min 7 /max 9 a side.
· No team management.
Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others:
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!
JOG 31 MILES IN October for Pieta House:
Jog 1 mile every day in October.
Jog 31 miles in October and help stop suicide and self-harm.
Sign up now and Pieta will send you a t-shirt to jog in… https://m.facebook.com/groups/876130776673603/
**World Suicide Prevention Day was the 10th September- see link for more information https://www.samaritans.org/…/world-suicide-prevention-day/
**This September – Stand up for your prostate!
This September focuses on the importance of men taking control of their health, and getting their PSA checked once they reach 50, or earlier in their 40’s with a family history.
Please keep up to date by following Facebook @KilleedyGAA Health & Wellbeing & Twitter @killeedygaaHWB