Killeedy Health and Well-being:
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club took part in the GAA Healthy Clubs Every Step Counts Challenge 2022. Our club has well surpassed the 4,000kms target and are in the draw for the prize. It started Wednesday 19th January and finished on Wednesday last 23rd of February. Killeedy clocked 8,947kms and finished in 63rd place in Munster.
Brilliant work by the 39 people who signed up and great to see so many people out and about and participating in this Challenge.
The MyLife App have a new Spring Step Challenge who starts on March 9th until 6th April. It’s an individual Challenge with a goal to track 8,000 steps a day, 5 days a week over 4 weeks…why not sign up!
‘‘Ireland Lights Up’’ walking campaign returned in January in partnership with the GAA and Operation Transformation to ensure that ‘Ireland Lights Up’ by turning on their floodlights. The Walkway in Killeedy was open to the general public (non members of GAA /Camogie) on Mondays from 24th (7-8pm)January until Monday 28th February. Well done to everyone who took part in this initiative.
#IrelandLightsUp #GAABelong #GAAHealth #healthyclub #gaacommunity
Remember: Club Members are welcome to use the walkway at any time and Membership is now open via for Social Membership.
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.
Dads & Lads
Our dads and lads team are invited to a 9-a-side football blitz in Dublin on Saturday April 2nd. Teams are allowed bring up to 15 players on a panel. This promises to be a great day out.If you would like to be involved, please contact Damien on 0878238390. We will have no training this Thursday but will resume on March 3rd in prep for the blitz.
Thursday nights: Ball-Wall session on Thursday nights with a new time of 8:30pm. Any non-player club members are very welcome to join.
We are working towards preparation for a football blitz in April and plenty of players needed.
Junior-B All Ireland Hurling series 2021/2022
Kileedy hosted a busy weekend of quarter and semi-final Junior B all-ireland series matches last weekend.
Munster Semi-Final 1 at 12noon in Páirc Íde Naofa Raheenagh. Referee – Alan Tierney(Tipp). Full time score: Blackrock(Limerick): 0-9(9) V Scariff(Clare): 2-11(17)
Munster Semi-Final 2 in Páirc Íde Naofa Raheenagh at 2pm. Referee Rory McGann(Clare). Full time score: Belgooly(Cork): 3-5(14) V Clonoulty-Rossmore(Tipp): 4-13(25)
Leinster Q/F on Sun 27th Feb at 12.15pm in Páirc Íde Naofa Raheenagh. Referee – Mike Sexton(Limerick). Full time scope: Blackwater (Wexford): 2-19(25) V Borris in Ossory/Kilcotton(Laois): 0-9(9)
Fixtures on Saturday 5th March.
12pm – Blackwater (Wexford) V Carig Riverstown (Offaly)
2:30pm – All Saints Ballymena (Antrim), V Capataggle (Galway)
All-Ireland final day is scheduled for April 2nd
Teams participating in this years’ series are: Galway – Cappataggle, Dublin – St.Pats Palmerstown, Laois – Borris in Ossary/Kilcotton, Wexford – Blackwater, Kilkenny – Dicksboro, Antrim – All Saints Ballymena, Limerick – Blackrock, Waterford – Fourmilewater, Clare – Scriff, Tipperary – Clonoulty/Rossmore, Cork – Belgooly, Offaly – Carrig Riverstown