KILLEEDY GAA CLUB NOTES
Dads & Lads
Last Sunday, Killeedy GAA Health & Wellbeing committee played host to the first regional Dads and Lads blitz. Teams from Ardfinnan in Tipperary, plus St Patricks, Kilteely-Dromkeen and Killeedy from Co. Limerick, played three 15minute games of football. The rules were of a backyard style where no referee or management were needed. Players called the fouls themselves and scores were not recorded. It was two hours of fun and social networking. A Hugh thanks must go to Killeedys’ club executive, hospitality and H&W committees for supporting this event. Any past of first-time player is welcome to join the team. To bring on our level of fitness and ‘have the crack’, we will have a ballwall session each Thursday between 8pm and 9pm. If this forum of activity interests you, come on next Thursday to the ballwall. Killeedy Health & Wellbeing would especially like to thank the GAA’s National Health & Wellbeing representative Collette Coady, for attending the blitz and providing support and advice in running such an event. A special thanks also to Munster GAA Chairperson Liam Lenihan for coming along and enjoying the games.
Reminder, to bring on our level of fitness and ‘have the crack’, we will have a ballwall session each Thursday between 8pm and 9pm. If this forum of activity interests you, come on next Thursday to the ballwall..
Croke Park H&W representative Collette Coady with two of Killeedys Health and Wellbeing members, Ainé Shanahan and Cecelia Moloney
Some of the team pictured here preparing a selection of Healthy Food and snacks for our visiting teams.
And for the ladies…….Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others continues on Tuesday evenings in Coolyroe at 8pm in the Astro turf. 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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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 childrensofficer.Killeedy.email@example.com if you have any questions or wish to get involved.
Killeedy Dads & Lads team:
Ger Casey, Padraig Sweeney, Seamus Curtin, David Hayes, Shane Kelly, Paudi Hunt, Tim Scanlon, Joe Dore, Damien Mullaney, Barry Casey, Adrian Lynch, Joe Kelleher, Patrick Dore, Lawrence McEnery and Davy Fitz.
Munster GAA Chairperson Liam Lenihan in Killeedy with Jack O’Connor and H&W committee member Joann Larkin.
Proud camogie players out supporting their Dads last Sunday
Killeedy GAA Health and Wellbeing committee. Joann Larkin, Damien Mullaney, Mary-B Hayes, Ainé Shanahan, Cecelia Moloney and Orfhlaith Kelleher.