Killeedy Bord na nOg club notes

June 12, 2018

Garda Vetting:

Reminder that all coaches and parents involved with underage teams will now have to be garda vetted before getting involved with teams.


Gorm agus Bán 7

The dates for our annual Gorm agus Bán camp are Thursday 12th July to Saturday 14th July.


Volunteers required to help at the Gorm agus Ban camp please. If available to help please let us know by contacting any club officer.  All help much appreciated. Day 1: 2pm to 5.30pm. Day 2: 10am to 2pm. Day 3: 10am to 2pm. Thanks


Killeedy Golf Classic

Reminder bookings being taken now on 087-9919498 for upcoming Golf Classic on 6th & 7th July in NCW Golf Club Ardagh.

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Last Friday, Killeedy hosted and played an U8 Blitz. Templeglantine and Newcastle West fielded teams on the evening. Well done boys,

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U8's after a very successful blitz on Friday night in Raheenagh, playing 2 NCW teams and Templeglantine.


On Monday 11th June - Killeedy U8s played Castlemahon in a challenge Match. Coolyroe was  a hive activity that same evening. We had good numbers for the game and everyone played well.

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Killeedy U8s ready to play Castlemahon in Coolyroe


U8s Training tonight, Wednesday 13th at 7pm in Raheenagh.



Taking advantage of both U8 and 10s travelling together. Our U10s played Castlemahon last Monday evening in Coolyroe.

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Well done to the U10 after a great match against Castlemahon.



Mid-week training this week is Thursday night at 7:30 pm in Raheenagh. 


Next Monday 18th it's planned to welcome a celebrity trainer/coach to do a session on fitness and skills.


Schools Hurling and Camogie competitions.


Congratulations to the Raheenagh boys who had a convincing win in their division 3 final against Granagh last Friday on Rathkeale.

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Pictured here with their trainers and mentors, Michael Reidy and Richie English



Congratulations to the Raheenagh girls team who won their division 1 final against Granagh on Monday in Rathkeale. At the time of print, Raheenagh Ns girls are through to a munster semi-final. Best of luck girls

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Pictured here with their trainers and mentors, Michael Reidy and Richie English


Supporting our Raheenagh National School Teacher -  Richie English

Raheenagh NS turn out in force last Sunday to support their teacher Richie English against Waterford in the Gaelic Grounds.

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Aoife Kirby, Ailís Kelly, Aoibhe Kelly & Íde Shanahan congratulating Richie English after beating The Déise.

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Sinead, Kayla & Sive all U8 Killeedy Camogie players enjoying match in Gaelic Grounds

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Diarmuid Curtin played in the Primary Games last Sunday

Primary Games team including Killeedy's Diarmuid Curtin and Tournafulla's Eoghan Collins, both players play U13 & U14 for Killeedy-Tour

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Health and Wellbeing

The Launch of the Killeedy GAA and Killeedy Camogie Healthy Club Journey is also on Friday 15th June at 7.30pm. There will be an information stand and healthy treats from the GAA "Recipes for Success" book.


The Healthy Club Project Team is now in place and a survey has been compiled for all members of the community to complete including a drawing sheet for the primary school childrwn to complete.


Monday Morning Stroll started on Monday laat and will continue for 2 more Mondays. Meet after school drop-off @ 9.20am - 10am in car park. All Welcome. Suits all levels of fitness. Go for Tea / coffee afterwards.

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Joan Colbert, Orla Sheehan, Mary-B Hayes, Mary Scanlon and Joanne Larkin


Annual 1 Day Adventure World Summer Camp at UL is taking place on Friday 20th July for young people from Killeedy. Anyone interested please contact Cecilia on 087 1214920. Suitable for young people 4-14years. 35 children have already signed up.


Killeedy GAA Health and Wellbeing are on Facebook and Twitter which we believe is an excellent method of getting information the wider community.  Some of the information shared includes local walks, runs and cycles including charity events. Information in relation to mental wellbeing, healthy eating to name but a few.

This process of becoming a Healthy Club Project is an opportunity for people in the community, not just GAA people to get involved who may have expertise is an area of health and wellbeing. 

Over the next 18 months we will be targeting 2 areas of priority and hope to achieve our goals and get a stamp of approval.

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