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Club Notes combined – Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Advance notice for the upcoming U8 blitzes.
Hurling blitz: 12/05/2017
Football blitz: 26/05/2017

Reminder: Training every Wednesday evening @6:30pm and Saturday morning @10am

Training on Friday evenings at 6:30 in Tournafulla. Training also for U12s on Saturday morning at 10am.




Seven Killeedy players playing with Tournafulla Last Wednesday night in a challenge Match against Knockaderry. Great display from the Killeedy players.

Fixture:: Thurs 4th May:: U12’s Hurling League. Killeedy V Drom/Broadford In Dromcollogher at 6.45pm

Fixture:: Friday 5th May:: U14’s Hurling Challenge Match. Killeedy/Tournafulla V Belville Gaels In Raheenagh at 7.30pm

Killeedy/Tournafulla U14’s after a great win against Newtownshandrum GAA Club. Great preparation for their upcoming league. Next challenge match is against Belville Gaels next week.

Saturday morning youth program
Saturday morning youth program on Saturday mornings at 10am.




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.

Junior As:
Fixture:: Mon 8th May:: West Junior A Hurling League. Killeedy V Askeaton In Askeaton at 7pm

Referees course:
A referees course is scheduled for Saturday May 13th from 9.30am to 2.30pm. If we have applicants Killeedy could be the venue. Transition yr students this is a great course to have. Please contact Mags Mulcahy on 0877759155

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

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.

Health and wellbeing committee
Nordic Walking
Come to Raheenagh on Wednesday May 10th from 7pm-8pm to try out Nordic Walking. Nordic Walking is walking with special poles that gives a total body version of walking. Limerick Sports Partnership have agreed to give us 6 week training in the technique. While there is no cost for the training, in order to use GAA facilities, everyone must be insured. Cost €20 for the year (if u don’t have it already through GAA/camogie etc.)..more info from Cecilia Moloney. Everyone welcome on May 10th!! Suitable for beginners

Killeedy GAA Cardiac Screening Programme:
Saturday May 20th is in the diary for the Killeedy GAA Cardiac Screening programme. The clinic will be open from 9:30-5pm. Each screening will take 15-20 minutes. We will need a minimum of 25 names.
Bookings can be made online
Go to
Click on the ‘Online Booking’
Enter the clinic code ‘killeedy’

People can use Credit or Debit cards to book an appointment. Anyone with LAYA is FREE but must make a booking too. Everyone else must pay the €65 fee which is tax deductible. Anyone with other health insurance may be able to claim a % back at the end of the year. Alternatively, individuals with difficulty online can call our helpline 1890 300 333 or email

Why undergo a Cardiac Screening?
Up to 100 young people die each year in Ireland from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS)
1 in 300 people may have a cardiac abnormality
The national register recently reported that the incidents of SADS are higher in Ireland than many other European countries.
In Italy cardiac screening is mandatory for anyone aged 12 to 35 years involved in competitive sport for the past 25 years. They have reduced the incidents of SADS by 89%.
The GAA’s Medical Scientific and Welfare Committee and the International Rugby Board recommend cardiac screening for all players over the age of 14 years
The European Society of Cardiology & the International Olympic Committee recommends cardiac screening.
AMS’s service is based on the recommendations of the above named organisation.