Monthly Archives: May 2016

Poles Co-op Main Sponsors

Poles Co-op Main Sponsors

May 22nd, 2016 | Club News, News, News

The club is delighted to announce that Poles Co-op which has been main club sponsor for the past five years has extended its main sponsorship of the club for a further five years. Pictured at the unveiling of a new set of jerseys for the 2016 season is Gerry Murray (Secretary, Poles Co-op), Martin Reilly, […]

Healthy Club Project

Healthy Club Project

May 19th, 2016 | Events, News

SafeTALK is a Suicide Alertness Programme run by the HSE. The purpose of the training is to assist those who participate to identify or observe the signs where people may be at risk so that they can be directed to appropriate and timely intervention.  The programme is set out in greater detail in the attachment […]

U14 Girls are 2016 County League Division 1 Champions!!!

U14 Girls are 2016 County League Division 1 Champions!!!

May 11th, 2016 | Football, News

Our gallant U14 girls are league champions. They battled out a tough win against a determined Castlerahan/Denn side. They weren’t going to denied with some staunch defending against bigger opponents and they got the scores that counted at the other end. Brilliant performance and well done to all the players and coaches. The club is […]

Lá na gClubanna

Lá na gClubanna

May 10th, 2016 | Club News

What a wonderful day we had at Lá na gClubanna at the Athletic Grounds last Sunday – great weather, great crowds, great games, great barbeque (and chef Ray!) and everybody in great form. Thanks to everybody for coming along and a special thanks to everybody who helped out in the organising of events.

U12 Boys Spring League – Killygarry v Kingscourt 09.05.2016

U12 Boys Spring League – Killygarry v Kingscourt 09.05.2016

May 9th, 2016 | News

Our U12 squads played their third game in the Spring League against Kingscourt in Kingscourt. Killygarry, having 21 players, fielded 10-a-side and an 11-a-side teams in separate games. Both games were close from the off and the narrowest of margins separated both teams at half time. Killygarry were dealt a blow when Dean McNamara was […]