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Club Notes combined – Wednesday, April 12, 2017

U10s:
Training has commenced on Friday evenings at 6:30 in Tournafulla. Last Friday evening was our first trip and we were impressed.. Separately, there’s training each Wednesday evening from 6:30pm to 7:30pm and Saturday morning training at 10am in Raheenagh.

U12s:
Our U12s play a challenge match against Tournafulla in Raheenagh at 6.30 on Thursday 13th April.
Training also for U12s on Saturday morning at 10am and each Wednesday evening from 6:30pm to 7:30pm in Raheenagh.

U15s:
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Well done to our under 15 stars who pulled off a dramatic draw against st Kierans in Coolcapagh last Wednesday night . A ripper of a goal from a penalty by county goalkeeper TJ Kelly at the death ensured killeedy stay in the race in this competition. They are back in action in the big garden next Sunday against the local side there.
Sunday 16th April our U15s are playing Rathkeale at 11.30 in Rathkeale

 

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Billy Cunningham, Cian White , Thomas Sheahan and Liam Sheahan listen to the after match analysis in Coolcappagh last Wednesday night

 

 

 

 
Under 21s:
Tournafulla/Killeedy 7-13, South side Gaels 5-9
Tournafulla/Killeedy had a hard fought win over the combination city selection of Claughan/old christians and st Patrick’s. This team had grown stronger over the last few months and are now in a county final. They had a hard fought win on Saturday but they face a bit challenge when they meet the winners of Bruff or Mungret. This was a game of goals with 13 goals scored in an exciting game. If we can tighten up in our defence it will take a good team to beat this team. A big crowd attended the game with strong support for the Tournafulla/Killeedy combination. Both clubs are looking forward to a county final in their first year of existence

Junior B all-Ireland series 2016/2017 All Star Award night in Raheenagh
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Sean Kelly MEP Former GAA President and now receiver of a Special Merit Award, pictured here with the fifteen all-stars at last Saturdays inaugural junior B All-Star awards
Special Merit Award
2016/2017 All Start Team
Micheal Smith (Kinvara Galway)
Ger Fogarty(Upperchurch Drombane Tipperary)
Jonathon Kavanagh (Kinvara Galway)
Ciaran O’Gorman (Whitechurch Cork)
TJ Hegarty (Whitechurch Cork)
Andy Kinnane (Upperchurch Drombane Tipperary)
James O’Loughlin (Craanford Fr. O’Regans Wexford)
Dylan Burke (Whitechurch Cork)
Diarmuid Grant (Upperchurch Drombane Tipperary)
Peter Blake (Whitechurch Cork)
Sean Keane (Whitechurch Cork)
Hugh Woulfe (Whitechurch Cork)
Padraic Dennehy (Whitechurch Cork)
David Huban (Kinvara Galway)
Micheal Ryan (Upperchurch Drombane Tipperary)

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If Killeedy Did All-Stars – John Cunningham, Joe Dore, Mike Cunningham and Sean O’Brien

 

 

 
Con and Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes Final
What a night, Native Chimes came second in the final, awarding Killeedy GAA €5,000 in prize money.
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Saturday morning youth program has started.
Saturday morning youth program(All kids ages 6 to 10) kicked off on Saturday morning at 10am. Under a beautiful clear Sky, Killeedy was awash with Kids.
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Kids, Parents and Grandparents coming together to make our Saturday morning youth program the success it is..

 
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Chairman of killeedy Gaa declan o connor discusses tactics with Liam Colbert at the Saturday morning youth programme.

 

 

 

 
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Let’s keep it in the family . Three generations of Scanlon’s. Killeedy GAA secretary Majella Scanlon with her mom Mary and niece last Saturday morning in killeedy

 

 

 
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Joe Mulcahy takes it to the child’s level on our Saturday morning youth programme last Saturday in killeedy

 

 

 

 
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Our future’s bright. Killeedys’ future Camogie talent lined out at last Saturday Youth Program

 

 

 

 

Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm to 7:30pm there’s training for U6, U8, U10 & U12’s. All children must have; hurley, helmet & bottle of water. All boys and girls are welcome. Helmets can also be ordered through the club at a cost of €50 but must be paid for at time of ordering. If you have any queries please feel free to contact either the club phone or your co-ordinator

Movement Fitness
Promoting physical activity Is coming to Raheenagh hall on Friday 7th April for 6 consecutive weeks. Running classes for all fitness levels
Tabata 7:00pm to 8:00pm – TABATA: a full body workout burning calories for up to 24 hours afterwards
Body pump 8:10 to 9:00pm – Body pump: mixing body weight & free weights to give you a full body workout
€50 for the 6 weeks (per selected class)
Contact Brendan on 0877928185. E-mail movementfitness82@gmail.com

WhatsApp & Viber Group
Killeedy GAA needs to update our WhatsApp & Viber Groups. People have changed phones & there are some new people in joining our club. We want to make sure everyone is kept up to date with club & parish events. Please be patient with us, we will be adding in people to groups, if U don’t want to be in the group just delete yourself off. Thanks again for your cooperation.