Killeedy GAA Shop,
Club shop is now up and running on O’Neills website. Training Tops, hoodies, track suits, jackets and socks are all available online. Just find the GAA section and click on Club, and the Killeedy GAA gear is there..
Killeedy GAA and Bord na nÓg Clubs express their deepest sympathies to the Mullane family following the death of Maureen O’Gorman. May she rest in Peace.
Dads & Lads Regional Blitz:
Killeedy GAA plays host to the first Munster regional blitz this coming weekend. Sunday at 12:30 in Raheenagh. Five teams travelling from Cork, Tipperary and Limerick, including Killeedy will play in the D&L football blitz. Games will be 15 minutes with half size regulation pitches.
You’re invited..! The Dads and Lads group also have a ball wall training session secured on Thursdays between 8 and 9pm. All retired or never before played club members, are invited to join us.
U9’s Bord na nÓg Final Football & Hurling day of 2021. In glorious sunshine lots of fun was had by all, unfortunately today we had to say goodbye to one of our players, James Blackwell was presented with a framed Killeedy BNG jerseys which was signed by the entire group. Wishing James all the best in Cappamore, don’t be strangers Helena, Pat, John, James & Laura.
Thank you to all the coaches involved with this group, great progress has been made in both football & Hurling & to their co-ordinator Rose Curtin McEnery for organising their treat packs today & keeping everyone informed during the course of the year. #WeAreCommunity #CillÍdeAbú
Children’s Officer Killeedy GAA
Garda Vetting and Child Safeguarding:
All coaches / Mentors / Volunteers over 16 years involved with children under the age of 18 years are required to have up to date Garda Vetting and Child Safeguarding. Young people between the ages of 16-18 years fulfilling the role of responsibility with children will need parental consent. Please contact Children’s Officer with Killeedy GAA Cecilia Moloney 087 1214920 or email if you have any questions or wish to get involved.
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club:
Please find selection of updates below that may be of interest., from Community and Health Dept in Croke Park:
Peer to Peer Support Service:
Please see detail below and info attached.
Online 12 hours a day, 7 days a week between 2pm – 2 am, a moderated peer support mental health services for anyone aged 12 and over in Ireland accessing turn2me’s custom built platform. The platform facilitates an online peer to peer support community in which community members can gain support and/or give support by openly discussing mental health and wellbeing issues, sharing their experiences and connecting with their peers in this safe online space. Peer support is available 12 hours a day, 7 days a week for adults (18+) and young people (12-17) and is moderated on a full time basis by trained staff.
Our TRUST CoE project is launching Virtually from Croke Park on December 10th (you are all invited to register, see attached and below). We further invite you to share with your networks.
To register your interest in participating, please click this link to our from: . We are finalising videos and infographics and the website at present.
The educational resources which are still going through pilot evaluation are available for viewing here.
PLEASE have a look and if you have any cohort willing to pilot them and fill pre and post questionnaire even relating to aspects of the program that would be great.
Here are the TRUST resources we are developing through the Council Of Europe project, as well as the questionnaires for piloting.
Pre pilot questionnaire
Module 1:
Module 2:
Post pilot questionnaire:
Healthy Club Conference
GAA Healthy Club Conference took place Online on Saturday 30th October.
Key speakers were:
· Dr Tony Bates, Renowned Psychologist & Writer
· Conor Meyler, Tyrone All Irleand Winner and GAA/GPA Player of the Month for September
· Keith Ricken, Cork U20 Football Manager
· Geraldine Mc Garrigle, Ulster Wheelchair Camogie Player and Coach
· Julia White, Former Cork Camogie player and six time All Ireland winner
*GAA Healthy Clubs “My Mind Matters Challenge”
Well done to all Killeedy people who took part in GAA Healthy Clubs “My Mind Matters Challenge ” and hopefully all will have developed a habit of walking daily.
“Virtual Active in October “, photos will be posted on Facebook shortly. Well done to all.
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! Please contact Joann Larkin for more information.
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