Kinsale GAA Club – One Club One Vision!
Big History – Big Future
GAA Hurling & Football - Underage & Adult
Ladies Football – Underage & Adult
Camogie– Underage & Adult (new club in operation since 2015)
Blue Haven Collection – Official Sponsors of Kinsale GAA Club
· Registration for Membership of Clubs and New Lists
· Upcoming Fixtures
· Under 6 Training for Boys starts Sunday coming
· Girls Football and Camogie – Training Times
· Club Open/Information Morning
· Cork Senior Ladies Football Team
· Easter Camp – Registration forms available now
· Lots of wins for the club over last weekend.
· St Patricks Day Parade, Kinsale – a great day had by all!
· Save the Date – Golf Classic Fundraiser
· Are You A Ga Ma? 5 Amazing Reasons To Hand Your Daughter A Hurl
· Weekly lotto
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Registration / Paid up Membership:
It is very important that all players are fully paid-up members of the club to be (1) covered by club insurance in the event of injury/incident and (2) to be eligible for selection for all matches/blitzes. You can register On-Line by going to our website www.kinsalegaa.com and click on the Membership button.
BOYS UNDERAGE TRAINING
REMINDER TO ALL THOSE YOUNG FUTURE STARS ✨ 🌟 OUT THERE - YOUR TIME TO SHINE HAS COME!
BOYS UNDER 6 TRAINING WILL BEGIN THIS SUNDAY 24TH MARCHIN SÁILE AT 10AM TO 11AM. (BORN 2014/2013).
PLEASE BRING €2 TO HELP COVER HIRE OF SÁILE - THE GROUP WILL START WITH FOOTBALL SO MOUTH GUARDS ARE REQUIRED.
PLEASE BRING A BIG SMILE AND ENJOY THE TRAINING 😃
See details in poster attached for details and for all the details regarding all Boys Underage trainings
KEEP AN EYE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE IN CASE OF ANY LAST MINUTE CHANGES!👍👍
Girls Football and Camogie Training Times:
Please open posters attached above for all the information regarding training times for Girls Football and Camogie.
Club Open/Information Morning:
Saturday, 30th March
10am to 1pm
Watch this space – more information on this event to follow very soon.
It’ll be a jam-packed morning, with Free Tea/Coffee and treat, a fantastic Gear Hamper up for grabs – free entry to this draw for everyone who comes along to say hello to us on the 30th.
Amazing Giveaways in relation to our upcoming Golf Classic, Big Discounts off Hurleys, Helmets and Registration Fee for Easter Camp.
Demo of our On-Line Registration System, Music, Skills Games, and lots lots more.
Keep an eye on Facebook next week for more Updates revealing all the different things that are planned…………..!!!!! You wont want to miss it………..
Cork Senior Ladies Football Team
BEST OF LUCK TO THE CORK SENIOR LADIES FOOTBALL TEAM AT THE WEEKEND IN THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE.
Special mention as always to our two amazing Kinsale Players on the team, Orla Finn and Sadhbh O Leary.
Cork V Mayo
Sunday, 24th March
Throw-in; 12 noon
McHale Park, Castlebar
Registration is now open for Kinsale GAA Easter Camp. Forms available from Maurice Murphys Shop (near Footloose and opposite Lord Kingsale)
Kinsale GAA Easter Camp
Open to Boys & Girls Under 6 to Under 12
(born 2013 to 2007)
Dates: 23rd, 24th, 25th April
Times: 10am to 1pm each day
Price: €30 per child
See Poster attached.
Lots of wins for the club over last weekend:
Well done to both the U21s and U14 Ladies who both did the Club proud last Sunday on the playing field!
First up at 10.30, the U21 Ladies beat Aghada in the County ‘A’ 1/4 Final. This was a cracking contest that went right to the wire. Kinsale emerged victorious 3-9 to 3-7! There were great performances from all players with both the backs and forwards playing out of their skin.
After the match, Chris Cronin made a contribution to the Kieran O Connor fund on behalf of the Club! Best wishes to Kieran and his family from all in the Club.
Next up, the U14 girls took to Clon for a festival of Feile football. They had two great wins and one loss in their group. First up was Valleys which they won 3-3 to 0-1 and then Beara 2-4 to 1-3. As a result of this, they went onto play Clonakilty in the semi finals where they lost out 1-5 to 1-0.
Best of luck to Bandon and Clon who will go onto the County Feile and represent West Cork!Well done to every girl who togged out today and to their mentors Brian and Ger 👌👌
Make sure you check out Facebook for all the photo.
St Patricks Day Parade, Kinsale
Go raibh míle maith agat le gach duine a mharsaigh sa Pharáid le CLG Chionn tSáile inniu. Bhí an-spraoi ag gach duine. Go raibh maith agat leis na tuismitheoirí go léir a shiúil leis na páistí.
It was great to have such a great turnout supporting the club on this blustery but beautiful sunny St Patrick’s Day in Kinsale. 🌞🌞....
Happy St Patrick’s Day to everyone and huge thanks to our wonderful community for all the amazing support for our Club.
Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
Check out Facebook for all the brilliant photos.
Save the Date – Kinsale GAA Golf Classic – In aid of Boys & Girls Underage Football and Hurling/Camogie:
– the Golf Classic is coming up on 24th May 2019. Plenty of time to practice to ensure a win and claim the all-important ‘bragging rights’ :-) :-):-)!!! More details will follow in the next month or so.
The club are looking for volunteers to help out with this very important Fundraiser – the hardworking committee are in great need of more help with organising, helping to encourage more teams (Ladies and Mens) to enter the event etc etc. Please if you have some spare time to help with this event can you please contact Laurence Murphy on 087-9056737 or reply to this email (Emma).
Supporting the Clubs Fundraising Effort is so so important – hopefully in a few years time our Underage Boys and Girls and all our members will have a fantastic new facility to enjoy – thats why supporting these campaigns is a must for all members of the club. The Golf Classic is a great way to help raise those much needed funds, the more we raise ourselves the less we have to borrow!
So please get involved – and together maybe we can make our Dream of ‘state of the art facilities for all members’ become a reality.
Many thanks everyone.
Are You A Ga Ma? 5 Amazing Reasons To Hand Your Daughter A Hurl
In today's tech-obsessed world, it's more important than ever to make sure our little ones are getting outside to run around in the fresh air.
Taking up a new sport is the perfect way to keep them fit and healthy, and what better game to choose than our national sport? Watching your little girl pick up a hurl for the first time is a moment guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
Here are five great reasons to get your girl involved in camogie:
1. Develop hand-eye coordination
Developing the skills required to be a good camogie player at an early age will stand to a child for life. If they can master getting a sliotar off the ground, belting it down the field, and catching balls high in the air, they'll be able to turn their hand to any other sport. Skills like hand-eye coordination will stand to them in all areas of life.
2. The sense of community
Being a member of a camogie club is about so much more than playing the game. It's almost like joining a second family. Along with making a whole new circle of friends, your little ones will enjoy great days out. Team outings with underage teams like the under 8s and under 10s are a big part of the camogie calendar, with girls getting the opportunity to go to big games in Croke Park to watch their heroes at work.
3. Be part of the fastest field game in the world
Hurling and camogie are known as the speediest field games in the world - a great coup for all players of the game. Camogie is also one of the toughest sports around, and even the youngest players wear their bruises with pride.
4. Become disciplined
Showing commitment to the game and taking on the responsibility of being part of a team are huge parts of playing camogie. Not showing up for training or missing a match means letting down an entire team - lessons that are hard-learned throughout life. Learning the importance of these values at an early age comes with huge benefits.
5. Earn the respect of other athletes
Playing camogie comes with some major bragging rights. It's well-known that GAA players are made of harder stuff, and if you can master camogie, you can play anything. And that's not something to be sniffed at!
The Lotto Jackpot Numbers for Wednesday night's draw (20th March) were: 04, 12, 22
Jackpot = €3,100
Consolation Prize Winners;
€50: Niamh Heffernan
€30: Billy Kiely
€20: Mark Kiely
The Jackpot for Wednesday 27-March-2019 is €3,200
Don’t forget to purchase your ticket to be in with a chance to win the Cash – €3,200 would get you a nice holiday :-)!!!
For any further information contact John Maloney at 087-7656146 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lotto Tickets On-Line :
(**Please note that anyone subscribing to the Weekly Lotto on-line must have their ticket bought before midnight Tuesday to qualify for that Wednesday's draw. Many thanks.)
It’s never been easier, now you can show your support for Kinsale GAA by clicking on the link below and get your €2 lotto tickets on-line!
Lotto tickets can be purchased from any of the following locations around the town:-
Blue Haven Hotel
The Credit Union
Murphy's, Main Street
Murphy's, Pearse Street
The Market Garden, Pearse Street.
The White House
The Armada Bar
Billy Connery Butchers Shop
The White Lady Bar
The Millwheel Bar, Jagoes Mill.
Give Respect, Get Respect
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