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Weekly Update!   21/04/2017


Kinsale GAA Club – One Club One Vision!

Big History – Big Future

GAA Hurling & Football - Underage & Adult

Ladies Football – Underage & Adult

Camogie– Underage & Adult (new club in operation since 2015)

 

 

 

·         Registration Planned for Sunday 23rd April is CANCELLED – apologies – see below for new dates.

·         Back to the Pitch - Training Times for Under 6 to Under 12 Boys & Girls

·         Upcoming Fixtures U12 upwards

·         Match Reports

·         Kinsale hosting Fleadh Ceoil this weekend.

·         Successful Easter Camp

·         GAA Café – Back in business – appeal out for more donations of Cakes to feed our ever increasing GAA Family :-)

·         Look what you raised while enjoying a cuppa and a cake!!

·         Upcoming Fundraiser and Social Night

·         Lost and Found (Jacket and Football boots)

·         €2 Weekly Lotto

·         Club Gear available On-Line

·         Summer Cúl Camp in August 2017 – have peace of mind! guarantee your childs place this year! Book on line now with Cul Camps

·         A little Note!

 

 

Don’t forget to like our Facebook Page to keep up to date with whats happening (Page updated every day).

Lots of photos of the clubs various activities including matches and training etc.

 

 

Registration For Sunday 23rd April – is unfortunately CANCELLED – sincere apologies for any inconvenience. However we will hold registration sessions on Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th April – details below.

 

Next Registration Days will be:

Monday, 24th April 2017

In the Clubhouse at Bandon Road

During Girls Football training - From 4.45pm to 6pm

 

Tuesday, 25th April 2017

In the Clubhouse at Bandon Road

During Boys Underage training - From 6.30pm to 7.45pm

 

All Club Registrations for Camogie, Girls Football, Boys Underage, Adults (Men & Women – Players and Non-Players, O.A.Ps)

 

With matches for all teams ALREADY STARTED it is very important that players be registered as soon as possible. If you are not registered with the club you are not insured.

 

After the Bank Holiday weekend at the end of April, the current 2017 Registration/Membership List will be used when communicating via Email, WhatsApp and Text Message. Please register asap to ensure that you continue to receive all information regarding training and matches.

 

Thank you.

 

 

THE MIGRATION BACK TO THE PITCH HAS BEGUN  -  SUNDAY, 23RD APRIL - TIME TO GET BACK TO GRASS!!!!!!

 

Training Times for Underage Boys & Girls - Under 6 to Under 12 - (Boys Hurling & Football, Camogie, Girls Football.)

 

Underage Boys:

U6 Boys will continue to train in Sáile Hall for the next few weeks – 10.30am to 11.30/11.45am (next Session in Sáile - Sunday 23rd April) and will make their return to the pitch, probably during May.

€2 per child to cover cost of Hall Hire.

 

For most other Boys Underage, training is now returning to the Main Pitch on Bandon Road from Sunday 23rd April  – Coaches will as always keep you informed via WhatsApp and Text Groups.

 

U7 – training will start at 11am – Football

Mouth Guards must be worn at all times (mandatory)

 

 

U8 – training will start at 11am – Hurling

Huleys, Helmets must be worn at all times (mandatory) Shin Guards optional but strongly advised.

 

 

U9 – Football Match Saturday, 22nd April at the Main Pitch, Bandon Road – Start Time 11am. (Mouth Guards mandatory)

NO TRAINING on Sunday, 23rd April

Next Training Session – Tuesday, 25th April, Main Pitch Bandon Road, Hurling – Start Time 6.30pm.

 

 

U10 – Football Match Away Saturday, 22nd April V Cobh (in Cobh)  – Start Time 12 noon. (Mouth Guards mandatory)

NO TRAINING on Sunday, 23rd April

Training Session – Tuesday, 25th April, Main Pitch Bandon Road - Start Time 6.30pm - Hurling

Huleys, Helmets must be worn at all times (mandatory) Shin Guards optional but strongly advised.

 

 

U11 – Training / any upcoming Matches will be confirmed via WhatsApp / Text messages from coaches

Mouth Guards must be worn at all times (mandatory)

Huleys, Helmets must be worn at all times (mandatory) Shin Guards optional but strongly advised.

 

 

U12 – Hurling Training, Sunday 23rd April in Dunderrow – start Time 11am.

Match refix for next Wednesday (listed below in fixtures)

Huleys, Helmets must be worn at all times (mandatory) Shin Guards optional but strongly advised.

 

 

As training times can vary for our Older Underage Boys (from U13 upwards) due to matches (League & Championship) Coaches will keep their teams informed via WhatsApp/Text Messages on a weekly basis confirming training times and venues and upcoming fixtures to be played.

 

 

Kinsale Camogie Club

Kinsale GAAs newest club!

 

Sunday Training, back at the Main Pitch, Bandon Road  - Sunday, 23rd April – Start time 11am (all age groups)

 

 

Mid-week Training


Commenced on Wednesday 19th April  at 5.45pm to 6.45pm  - Main Pitch, Bandon Road and will continue every week now for U12/U11/U10s together.


Please bring Helmet, Hurley, Water - Shin Guards optional but highly recommended

 

 

As Camogie is the newest club in the Family of Kinsale GAA – we are always looking for new people to help out.  Any and all help would be greatly appreciated, so if you have an hour to spare (while your daughter is training) please let us know – the more hands on deck the better – no previous experience necessary :-) – Helping out with training, may involve throwing the sliotar to the girls while they strike it back!

 

 

                                                                                             

Kinsale Ladies & Girls Football Club

 

Training for Underage Girls Under 6 to Under 12

 

Back after the Easter Break on Monday 24th April

Time:        4.45pm to 5.45pm

Venue:     Bandon Road Pitch

 

Please bring Water, Mouth Guard and €2

 

** Mouth Guards are now mandatory when playing matches and for training.

 

 

Additional Information:

The West Cork Ladies team held a fundraiser last Tuesday. Kinsale will have players involved again for 2017 . If anybody would like to make a donation towards the fund then please contact Mairead Cronin(0873238219 or maireadmcronin@eircom.net).

 

 

 

IF YOU ARE NOT RECEIVING TEXTS/WHATSAPP MESSAGES FOR YOUR CHILD/CHILDRENS GROUPS – PLEASE REPLY TO THIS EMAIL – THANK YOU.

 

 

Upcoming Fixtures – Under 12s upwards Boys & Girls, Adult Teams:

 

Boys U12                     -           Hurling Match Re-Fixed for Wednesday, 26th April at 7pm in Ballygiblin (near Mitchelstown)

 

Boys U14                             -              Hurling - Sunday 23rd  April, 4pm at home (Main Pitch Bandon Road)    V  Aghabullogue

 

Minor Boys U18 fixtures as follows:

Hurling vs Grenagh at home (Main Pitch Bandon Road)                  Friday 21st April at 7.30pm

 

Hurling vs Ballinora Away                                                                              Saturday 22nd at 6.30pm

 

Football vs Tracton at home (Main Pitch Bandon Road)                  Wednesday 26th at 7.30pm

 

Hurling vs Carrignavar at home (Main Pitch Bandon Road)             Wednesday 3rd May at 7.30pm

 

 

Girls U12 Camogie           -              Challenge game fixed for Sunday evening, 23rd April  at 6.00pm  V  Ballinhassig

 

Girls U16 Football             -              Kinsale  V   Valley Rovers - League Innishannon Village at 10am on Sunday Morning, 23rd April

 

 

Intermediate Ladies Football League match Vs Rosscarbery in Ross next Monday evening, 24th April  @ 7:15pm

 

Junior Ladies Camogie next league game away to Kilworth on Saturday, 22nd April at 7pm.

 

Support!

Please support all our teams as they compete in their various fixtures over the next week or so – it’s so important to all the players to see lots of support and encouragement on the side-lines – no matter what their age :-)!!  – it really does make a difference.

Especially the home games – with this lovely weather at the moment what better way to pass an evening – stroll up to the pitch, bring the kids and enjoy the fresh air while supporting your club.

 

Serious Support for all our players – don’t forget the club colours :-)

 

 

Cork Senior Ladies Football:

Cork vs Dublin Senior Ladies Football All Ireland League Semi-Final in Nowlan Park Kilkenny this Saturday @ 3:30 pm

 

 

Match Reports:

 

 

U12 Camogie Girls:                              Submitted by Barry Ferguson.


Girls U12 Camogie held our 1st game of 2017 against Sliabh Rua in Riverstick on Wed 12th April. The girls played competitively and we eventually got used to an uneven grass surface after the community school pitch.

 

 

Under 16:                             Submitted by Kevin Sheehan

 

Kinsale 4-19 Owen Gaels 1-17                  

 

Kinsale played their 2nd game of the their U16 hurling league on Wednesday night against Owen Gaels in Kinsale.

 

Last  year’s our U15B county finalists have stepped up to the “A”grade to test themselves against better opposition and try and improve our own standard of hurling.

 

Kinsale started well last night and with John O’Brien to the fore surged into a half time lead of 4-10 to 0-5 points. John scored 2 goals, Harry Sheehan got one and an OG. Adding in points by Michael Murphy & Conor McCarthy Kinsale were well placed. The defence, well marshalled by James/Jerry & Ryan ensured no majors were conceded and our half back line of Andrew/Kealan & Brian looked very strong all night.

 

However Owen Gaels upped the ante after half time and scored 6 unanswered points to give our lads something to think about. Kinsale then responded with 3 of our own.  Conor and Conal kept going strong at midfield and gave our forwards a good platform. At this stage Kinsale emptied the bench to give all the lads a run as usual and traded points with OG till the end.

 

Stand out performances from John O’Brien (2-12 & unerring accuracy from frees) and Conor McCarthy backboned the team but were ably supported by Michael Murphy/Conal Gilleran & James Crowley.

Special mention to the “new hurlers” Jack Etty & Sam Peare who are hurling with us this year. Also to our U14’s who togged out on the night. Rory McCarthy/Leon Buckley.

 

Team:

Rory McCarthy

Gerry Coughlan/James Crowley (Cpt)/ Ryan O’Sullivan

Andrew O’Connell/Kealan O’Rourke/Brian O’Neill

Conor McCarthy/Conal Gilleran

Sam Peare/JohnO’Brien/Harry Sheehan

Sean Rua O’Donoghue/Jack Etty/Michael Murphy

 

Replacements:

Dan Hanrahan/Kian Browne/Leon Buckley/Thomas Grennan.

 

Injured:  Cian Murphy / Ethan Coughlan

 

 

Kinsale 3-10,  Courcey Rovers 3-17.        

 

Our 1st game was a fortnight ago against a strong and well able Courcey Rovers team. They were a little stronger all over the pitch and probably had a bit more hurling done at this stage of the season and they ran out handy winners. However Kinsale were all the better for the run out and now understand what the standard will be in the A grade!

 

 

Intermediate Men

 

Glenville 2 – 12   vs   2 - 8 Kinsale                                              submitted by Paul Kelly

 

On Saturday April 15th, the Intermediate Footballers played Glenville in the first round of the Intermediate Football Championship in Ballygarvan. The starting 15 included an Intermediate Championship debut for Chris Mitchell. Scores were exchanged in the early part of the game before Kinsale made a enforced change as a result of a black card for Barry McGrory who was replaced by Joe Cronin. In the middle section of the 1st half, Glenville took the upper hand and created a lead of 1.6 to 1pt. However in the run up to HT Kinsale reduced the gap including a goal finished by Gearoid Finn following some direct running  by Niall McCarthy. The HT score was 1.7 to 1.4.

At HT, Colm Donnellan replaced Michael Cronin due to injury and shortly after HT injury struck again as Conor O’Brien had to be replaced by Ricky O’Hanlon. Glenville struck for a second goal after about 5 minutes of the second half and while Kinsale kept in touch with points from Jack Gould, Glenville kept ahead. Kinsale won a penalty in the last ten minutes which was expertly dispatched by Jack Gould but Glenville were able to keep at least a goal ahead in the remaining minutes and ended up defeating Kinsale on a scoreline of 2.12 to 2.8.

Next up for Kinsale is a second round game against Glanmire with the likely date the end of May / early June.

 

Team: Stephen O’Neill, Wayne O’Hea, Conor Lane, Chris Mitchell, Sean O’Brien, Colm McCarthy, Gearoid O’Leary, Derry O’Callaghan, Niall McCarthy, Gearoid Finn (1.0), Jack Gould (1.5 (1 penalty, 4 from Frees)), David Ward (0.1 (1 Free)), Conor O’Brien (0.1), Michael Cronin, Barry McGrory (0.1). Substitutions: Joe Cronin for Barry McGrory (Black Card), Colm Donnellan for Michael Cronin, Ricky O’Hanlon for Conor O’Brien, Shane O’Connell for Gearoid O’Leary.

 

 

Junior Ladies Camogie – Very first League Match for our very first Junior C Ladies Camogie Team – Very Well Done Ladies

 

Kinsale   V  Cobh                              submitted by Eithne Fitzpatrick

 

Kinsale Junior Camogie team made a great start to their season with their first league game against Cobh. The match was held in Kinsale before a nice home support and Aisling Lee captained the team for their first outing.

Up against a seasoned Cobh outfit, we weren’t long getting on the scoreboard with a goal from Niamh Heffernan. Niamh and Jacqui Lynch played as a 2 man full-forward line and their experience meant they both ended up with goals to their names by the end. Points came from Aoife Keating, who dominated from mid-field, particularly in the second half. And our full-back, Trish Ryan was another to dominate throughout the game. Others to impress on their camogie debuts were Cara O Dwyer, Emma O Brien, Niamh Steenson.

The full squad on the night was Christina Broderick, Eadaoin O Leary, Trish Ryan, Niamh Steenson, Rachel  Kiely, Aoife O Leary, Emma McAuliffe, Cara O Dwyer, Aoife Keating, Emma O Brien, Aisling Lee, Hester McCarthy, Jacqui Lynch, Niamh Heffernan, Selina O Donovan, Derval Kelly, Sinead Keating, Caoimhe O Callaghan, Annemarie Queva, Jacinta O Callaghan.

 

 

Cork Under 16 Girls Football

Congrats to Kinsale Players Faye Ahern , Dara Tyner and Jenny Murphy on winning Munster Under 16 medals with Cork last Monday. After the game Faye was awarded the Player of the Match award – See Match report below on the game

 

Brave Cork defy the odds             By Fr Liam Kelleher

Cork 4-12 Tipperary 3-7

Cork took on Tipperary inn Mallow on Bank Holiday Munster to   decide  who   would be Munster  under 16 Champions for 2017. In an absorbing game of football Cork came out on top in a fascinating  game  that kept the large attendance on tender hooks  right to the end. Forget about the final scoreine this game went right down to the wire and when Cork were reduced to 13 players they showed real grit. We  often

hear the phrase about the game of 2 halves well this went better and could be broken down into  a game of 4 quarters. Cork raced into an early lead and had 1-5 on the scoreboard before Tipp registered their first score. Then Cork lost their inspiring keeper Sarah Murphy  and one of the first tasks that replacement Jane Muvihill had to do was to pick the ball out of the net through no fault of her own , she subsequently made some marvelous saves one particular point blank one when Tipperary had come back to a 2 point margin with 12 minutes to go.  The 2nd quarter of the first half saw Tipp come more into the game but Cork upped the ante with some great scores and by halftime they had opened up, what looked like a secure  2-11 to  2-3 margin. And that was after hitting the woodwork at least 5 times. Cork’s dominance stemmed from the control of midfield by Eve Mullins and Faye Ahern, while the forwards led by Katie Quirke, Fiona Keating and Jenny Murphy  in particular  tagged on the vital scores with 2 points as well coming form Ellie Jack who moved from defense to slot over 2 excellent points. Tipperary on the other hand were one dimensional relying on the surging runs of Caitlin Kennedy and Ava Fennessy who had the hard working Cork defense stretched  to the limit on numerous occasions particularly in the 2nd half.

Scores dried up.

Inexplicably for Cork scores dried up in the 2nd half and they failed to score for all of 17 minutes  mainly due to some wayward wides. By the end of the 3rd quarter Tipp had gradually whittled down the deficit to 2 points with a brace of goals one after  a dubious penalty well saved by the Cork keeper  but  who had no chance on the follow up  when the ball was booted on the ground  to the net. Then apparent disaster struck Cork  with 2 sinbinnings then they showed their true grit  fighting back for 2 goals and  led by full back and capt Bridget Wall they put up a wall of defense against a rampant  Tipp. For once the ref seemed to give Cork a break and his 3rd penalty award favoured the rebels with a goal with 5 minutes to go and Cork soaked up the pressure to see out an exciting game in fine fashion. This Cork team has borne a charmed life during this campaign after losing a substantial lead to Tipperary in their lst game they held on for a draw. Then against Kerry they were out of the game for long periods and came back to win by a point after Kerry with last kick of the game went for a goal  from right in front of the posts. With Cork through to the final it was left to Kerry and Tipp to fight it out for a place in the final and in another tight game the Premier County ousted the All-Ireland Champions  by a point. With improvement Cork have shown over the campaign the hope is that they will go on to win the National trophy and erase the memory of 2 years ago when most of the squad were on the receiving end of a narrow  loss to Cavan in the under 14 All-Ireland Final.

 

Cork:

Sarah Murphy, Rachel Sheehan, Bridget Wall Capt,  Roisin Corkery,  Sallly McCarthy, Ellen Baker,  Ellie Jack 0-2 Eve Mullins 0-2 Faye Ahern 0-1  Fiona Keating 1-2 Katie Quirke 0-3 Kayla O’Connor, Jenny Murphy 2-2 Kate Dennehy Aoife Twomey. Jane Mulvihill,  Robyn Fraher, Cliona Dooley,  Abbie O’Mahony,  Julie Langford, Aine Keating , Dara Tyner, Aideen Donovan,  Leah Murphy, Shauna Murphy, Christina O’Sullivan Mairead O’Sullivan,  Karen O’Farrell,  Ciara Lawlee, Ciara O’Callaghan Niamh Hurley.

Team Management - Manager Linda Barry, Head Coach Noel Twomey Selectors Denise Fallon, Sean Murphy, John Duffy

 

 

Kinsale to Host the Fleadh Ceoil – Weekend of Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd April.

 

Kinsale have the great honour of hosting this year’s Fleadh Ceoil – so there will be an amount of great music and dance throughout the above mentioned weekend in April with many of our GAA Players taking part  - multi-talented girls and boys!

 

The Venue for competitions will be the Community School with Parking Zones at the Community School, Technical College, GAA Bandon Road and Saile.

 

Plenty of fantastic music to be heard all around Kinsale all Weekend –with Free concerts in The Square (by Jim Edwards) and the Competitions taking place in Kinsale Community School.  Check out The Lord Kingsale on Friday & Saturday nights, 9:00pm and other venues around Kinsale - savour the Fleadh weekend.

 

 

Easter Camp 2017 – Another Successful Camp

 

Over 70 children attended the annual Easter GAA camp in glorious sunshine for 3 days over the Easter period (18th – 20th April).

The children were excellently coached in GAA Football, Hurling and Camogie by our own young coaches who themselves took part in Easter camp many moons ago!

Thanks to Emma O Callaghan, Catherine Murphy, David Shortall, Laurence Murphy, Ger Gould, Eithne Fitzpatrick and Brian Murphy who helped with registration and supervision for the camp.

 

 

 

GAA Café – We could do with a few more donations of Cakes/Buns to feed our ever increasing GAA Family:

 

Club Café  – Helping out in Café and Keeping Cake/Bun Stock Levels Up!!!!!

 

If you would like to help out with the ‘Café’ as regards taking  a slot on the Rota or can bake some buns/cakes -please text Carol 087-6966121 or Colette 087-9813765.

 

Stocks have been put under fierce pressure of late with Supply and Demand definitely not on an equal status.   On a few occasions recently we have had to disappoint a few people with buns/cakes being sold out very quickly – and there is nothing more disheartening than seeing that big smile of anticipation for the Sunday Treat  after training turn into tears and sometimes tanturms :-( !!  

And the kids are normally a bit upset too!! :-) :-) :-)

 

So please please please if you can contribute a few cakes to our Club Café, please contact Carol or Colette and put an end to broken spirits and hearts on Sunday mornings!!

 

 

Look how much you have raised for your club by enjoying a cuppa and a bun!!

 

An incredible €6,000 has been raised over the last 4/5 years since Chief Bakers/GAA Entrepreneurs Carol O Callaghan and Colette Kelleher pitched the idea of ‘selling a few cakes and buns’ during Sunday morning trainings!!  A Phenomenal Idea with a Phenomenal Result.  – Dragons Den next on the agenda for Carol and Colette :-)!

 

This money has been put to great use – it was used to purchase the new goalposts for our underage section (these goalposts are nearly €1,000 each!) a whole new range of different coloured bibs, training footballs and sliotars.  Every cent has been put back into Kinsale GAA Club to benefit all our young players both Boys and Girls playing Hurling, Football, Camogie.

 

Huge Huge Thanks to Carol and Colette – As 2017 gets going the café is going from strength to strength now with an established team of bakers and staff to run the café!  Special Big Thanks to Deirdre Kelleher who has come on board over the last 2 years to help with running the café and keeping it stocked up with her scrumptious cakes and fantastic designs.  

Thank you, thank you  to all our regular contributors of cakes and buns and to everybody who helps out selling cakes, tea and coffee every week – without you all there wouldn’t be a club café or those new Goal Posts!  – special mention to Catherine Moynihan for her regular yummy treats and for making sure that the Dunderrow crew are not forgotten about!

 

Thank you so much everyone once again for all the fantastic support for the Café over the last few years- as you can see it has been extremely successful – funds will continue to be used to benefit all our future stars! So keep enjoying those cuppa’s, cakes and buns :-)!!

 

Thank you all.

 

One last big thank you to Carol and Colette for their drive and commitment – ye are true legends Ladies……

 

 

Fundraiser Event – our Annual Golf Classic followed by Club Social Night!

 

Okay everyone – it’s time to start clearing out the shed and drag out those golf clubs! Book that Day off Work. Perhaps book some sneaky refresher golf lessons and dawn of the morning tee-times (so you can get in those practice runs before work!!)  - if your serious that is about winning those all-important ‘Bragging Rights’ !!!!!

 

The Annual Kinsale GAA Club Golf Classic is fast approaching – Friday, 26th May in Farrangalway – more details to follow over the coming weeks.

 

This will be followed on Saturday evening, 27th May by our now famous and fantastic ‘Friendly, non-competitive’ (yeah right!) Fun Coaches Matches (Men and Women mixed Teams - 20 mins hurling, 20 mins football) with a social night out ‘down-town’ later for the Golf Presentations and of course the post-match, post-golf in dept analysis.

So dust off the football boots, buy your mouth guard (mandatory for all players!!) Hurleys and Helmets can be borrowed so that excuse won’t work! – no doubt a training session could be squeezed in, in preparation for the coaches matches, right after the sneaky golf lessons and dawn of the morning tee-times :-) :-) :-).

 

Pencil these dates into your diaries, set reminders in phones, circle the 2 dates on the calendar! No excuses … A great time is ensured while supporting your club!!!

 

 

Lost and Found:

 

A Pink Jacket with furry lining and Childrens Football Boots (size 13) were left behind after Camogie Training in the Kinsale Community School Pitch last Sunday (9th April).  If these are belong to you – please reply to this email.

 

Many thanks.

 

 

 

€2 Weekly Lotto

 

The Lotto Jackpot Numbers for Wednesday night's (19th April) draw were;   25      26      31


Jackpot = €1,600


No Winner


Consolation Prize Winners;


€50: Aiden Duke

€30: Pat McCrae

 

€20: Mick O'Connell


The Jackpot for Wednesday  26 - April - 2017 is €1,700

 

The Jackpot for next Wednesday, 26th April 2017 is €1,700

 

This is a major Fundraiser for the club – please support if you can.  It’s a win-win, you support your club, and you could win a cash prize of  €1,400!

 

You can also become a subscriber to the Weekly Lotto.  By paying a certain amount, of your choosing up front, your numbers are automatically included in the draw every week for the time covered by your subscription. If you were a subscriber in the past and your subscription has now lapsed – it is very easy to start up again! New subscribers are of course very welcome.

For more details on how to become a new subscriber, or to re-new your subscription,  please contact John Maloney at 087-7656146 or email johnpmal@gmail.com.

 

Lotto tickets can be purchased from any of the following locations around the town:-

 

Blue Haven Hotel

The Credit Union

Murphy's, Main Street

Murphy's, Pearse Street

The Market Garden, Pearse Street.

Sam's Bar

The White House

The Armada Bar

Dalton's Bar

Billy Connery Butchers Shop

Barrett's Butchers

The White Lady Bar

The Millwheel Bar, Jagoes Mill.

 

Lotto Tickets On-Line :

(**Please note that anyone subscribing to the Weekly Lotto on-line must have their ticket bought before midnight Tuesday to qualify for that Wednesday's draw. Many thanks.)

 

It’s never been easier, now you can show your support for Kinsale GAA by clicking on the link below and get your €2 lotto tickets on-line!

 

https://www.locallotto.ie/play.asp?Clb=1&LL_ID=650&PC=0

 

 

 

On-Line Option for Club Gear – Brand New Gear added to the range and  now available to order, (tracksuits etc) – log onto the Kinsale GAA Page on the O Neill Website and have a look!

This option is available for any Kinsale GAA Club Gear that you might be looking for.

Click on the link below to go straight to the Kinsale GAA page on the O’Neill’s website to order, view availability and pricing.

Happy Shopping!

 

https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kinsale-gaa.html

 

 

Additional Information – Summer Cúl Camp, August 2017

 

As the August Bank Holiday Monday (Regatta Weekend) is later this year – 7th August, Kinsale GAAs Cúl Camp in August 2017 will be held on the 14th to 18th August 2017.

On-Line Registrations are open, please click on the link below to register.  Reminder – Kinsale GAA’s Cúl Camp 2016 was completely booked out with over a week to go,  prior to the Camp starting.

 

To secure your child/children’s places and avoid disappointment please don’t leave it till the last minute – book asap possible to guarantee your child/childrens places.

 

https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?county=10&page=12

 

 

 

A Little Note:-

This is the first full Weekly Update of 2017 – as we progress on through the season now – there will be more Fixtures, more Match reports to enjoy, Club news regarding upcoming events and fundraisers and any other relevant information.  As always, any and all suggestions re the Update are gladly welcome – fresh ideas are most welcome on how we can improve, change it round etc.  So please don’t be shy – let us know any ideas etc.  Next week we are hoping to have any fixtures and training information in Table Form to make for easier reading.

 

Best of luck to all our players as they take to the field for Season 2017 to represent their Club and in some cases their County.

 

Thank you as always to our amazing group of Coaches and Mentors without whom ……well lets not even go there and think of that terrible scenario.   Your continuous selfless dedication and commitment on a voluntary basis is, in a word inspiring, thank you all so much.

 

To all our wonderful and remarkable officers and committee members throughout the entire club – who work tirelessly, mostly behind the scenes, planning and organising, shaping the future of the club – striving to always improve, always be better, pushing the club to be the very best that it can possibly be.   Countless hours spent at meetings and organising events etc.,  again all voluntary – Kinsale GAA Club (Boys Underage, Mens Hurling and Football, Ladies and Girls Football, Ladies and Girls Camogie) will be forever in your debt as you all carry on the fantastic work of committees that went before you.

 

 

Sin é – till next week again

 

 

 

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