Killeedy Bord na nOg and Club Notes combined – Wednesday, March 08, 2017
- Updated: March 8, 2017
GAA Club meeting on Thursday 9th March at 8:30 in Raheenagh.
On the agenda will be a general update on all club activities & planning for rest of 2017.
Sunday 12th March –
U14’s Killeedy/Tournafulla v’s NCW in Tournafulla at 11.30am.
Friday 17th March –
U21A West Hurling Championship Final – Tournafulla/Killeedy V’s (NCW or Clann na Gael). 12noon in Venue TBC.
All Ireland Junior B Hurling Semi Final #2 – Sun 12th March @2pm in Pairc Ide Naofa, Raheenagh
Whitechurch of Cork V’s Craanford Fr. O’Regans of Wexford.
All Ireland Junior B Hurling Semi Final #1 played last Sunday
Upperchurch Drombane 0-14 Kinvara 0-5
Upperchurch Drombane reaches the All Ireland Junior B hurling final with victory against Kinvara of Galway. On a windswept day in Raheenagh, Limerick the Tipperary champions were well on top all game. It was Kinvara who raced into an early 2 point lead but this was halted by 3 consecutive scores for Upperchurch from TJ Butler, Niall Grant and Andy Kinane. The gale force breeze blowing across the pitch was affecting accuracy with a number of wides from the Upperchurch forwards preventing the lead from being forther extended. It was Kinvara who responded next with a point to leave the half time score 3 points apiece.
Conditions improved during half time with the winds abating and Upperchurch raced out of the blocks with 4 points in the first 6 minutes, 3 from TJ Butler and 1 from Michael Ryan. A Kinvara score stemmed the tide a little but with Upperchurch getting on top in most areas of the field it was to be their last score for 20 minutes as Upperchurch reeled off a further 7 in a row with TJ Butler finding the target with 4, a further 2 from Niall Grant and Robert Murphy also getting on the scoresheet. Kinvara battled hard and got the final point of the game in injury time but it was a well deserved 9 point victory for Upperchurch in the end with great performances displayed through all lines of the field They now go forward to the All Ireland final later in the month where they will face the winners of next weeks semi final between Corks, Whitechurch and Craanford of Wexford. Afterwards Niall Grant was presented with the man of the match award.
Killeedy Mayor, Jim Mulcahy meets Upperchurch Drombane before the Semi Final throw in..
Kerry and Niamh Walker arriving in Killeedy to support for their Co. Tipperary club, Upperchurch Dronbane.
U12s and U10’s Winter training program
U12’s training in Freemount again this week.
Help BNG with our Balance, and we’ll help you with yours.
We’re back again this week – There will be two sessions with women starting at 7.30pm and men at 8.30pm. Not too late to invite new recruits..The cost is €30 and proceeds going to help fund the BNG club for the year. Please support and text Mairead at 0868617429 to book your place.
Feile Fixtures 2017 dates and fixtures
Feile Iomaint A
Preliminary Rounds: 12th march @ 11.30am
1. Cois Lea Gaels v Patrickswell
2. Bruff v Killacolla Gaels
3. Doon v Na Piarsaigh
4. Killeedy-Tournafulla v NCW in Tournafulla
¼ finals 2nd April @ 11.30am
a. Ballybrown v winner 1
b. Cappamore v winner 2
c. Monaleen v winner 3
d. Mungret v winner 4
Semi finals: 16th April
Final: 30th April
GAA membership card & rewards programme launched
The GAA has announced details of a new GAA Membership Card and rewards programme entitled grma or ‘go raibh maith agat’. This is a thank you to our Members for their involvement in GAA clubs, engagement in GAA activities and attendance at games.
Members are being asked to sign up online via gaa.ie/grma and will receive a new official GAA Membership Card personalised with their name, club and GAA Membership Number.
The grma rewards programme will also be available from January and will provide GAA Members with access to exclusive discounts, special offers and the opportunity to earn points for going to games. Points can be redeemed by individual members or pooled for redemption by GAA clubs.
Membership Cards will only be distributed to members who have signed up to grma online. The programme is available to GAA Members who are over 18. Membership Cards are only issued to GAA Club Members who have renewed their subscriptions.
Club Limerick Draw 2017(Mackey Draw)
Please contact your usual seller to join. Closing date is Monday 20th March.
Total Prize Fund in Excess of €337,000
Guaranteed Monthly Members Draw €21,200 x 10 Months = €212,000
Guaranteed Monthly Lotto €10,000 x 10 Months = €100,000
Guaranteed Star Car Prize in December 2017 172 LK 25000
All draws 1st Prize €10,000
2nd Prize €3,000| 3rd Prize €2,000 | 4th Prize €1,000 | 5th – 9th Prize €500 | 10th -13th Prize €250 | 14th – 30th Prize €100
Guaranteed Lotto Jackpot €10,000 Every Month (Match 4 numbers 1-36)
Scoil Naomh Ide Table Quiz
The parents association in Scoil Naomh Ide Ashford, are holding a Table Quiz in the Village Inn @ 9pm on Saturday 11th March. All welcome
Killeedy Health & Wellbeing Committee:
Community Walking Programme:
Community Walking Programme continues on Wednesday evenings @6.45pm from Raheenagh. Killeedy Health & Wellbeing are now registered with Get Ireland Walking. Walking Group still continues on Tuesday and Thursday nights at the same time @6.45pm. Open to everyone and new people always welcome.
Older adult Programme:
The Limerick sports partnership aims to get as many older people as possible involved in sport and physical activity and therefore have developed older adult community sports hubs. These hubs provide a monthly come and try ‘Go For Life’ sessions and a monthly circuit session. Killeedy will have 2 people trained & hopefully the Killeedy Hub will be up and running shortly.
We will update the Killeedy Health & Wellbeing Facebook page with local events. Please follow: “Killeedy Health and Wellbeing Committee” Facebook page for updates on all local events and information or email email@example.com
Workshop for self-harm awareness and suicide prevention and intervention. These training workshops are facilitated by the Suicide Resource Office CHO 3 (Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary).
Please note, to express interest in the Understanding Self-Harm or the ASIST workshop, you must complete an individual application form and return directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Rose Kennedy, Office for Suicide Prevention, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Mulgrave St., Limerick. When the application forms have been processed, Rose will then inform the applicant of training dates available for them to sign up for. If no date is suitable at the time, their name can go on a waiting list.
If they are interested in the SafeTALK workshop, please contact Rose Kennedy by email (email@example.com) with your email address, phone number and area of work. Rose will then contact you and inform you of training dates available for you to sign up for. If no date is suitable at the time, their name can go on a waiting list.
For any other training enquiries, please contact the Suicide Resource Office on 061 461454.
Internet Safety workshop for Parents:
Newcastle West community Centre on Monday 20th March from 7pm to 8:30pm. If anyone is interested in attending please contact Niamh at 087 4477338.