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Happy St Patrick's day to you all and here's the Club news!   17/03/2017

Hope you all have a great St. Patrick's Day!

And we hope to see lots of our members, young and not so young taking part in our float today!

See you at 3.30!

 

 

·         Next Registration Day

·         Training Times for Under 6 to Under 12 Boys & Girls

·         2017 Easter Camp Returns in April

·         St Patricks Day Parade

·         Under 21 Championship Game

·         Underage Success over weekend

·         Kinsale Camogie Club has great first 2017 session in KCS new Pitch

·         €2 Weekly Lotto

·         Club Gear available On-Line

·         Additional Information – words from a GAA Parent!

 

 

Don’t forget to like our Facebook Page to keep up to date with whats happening (Page updated every day).

Lots of photos of the clubs various activities including matches and training etc.

 

Next Registration Day is

Monday, 20th March, 2017

In the lobby area of Sáile Hall

From 4.30pm to 6pm.

All Club Registrations for Camogie, Girls Football, Boys Underage, Adults (Men & Women – Players and Non-Players, O.A.Ps)

 

With matches for all teams starting very soon (in some cases started already) it is very important that players be registered as soon as possible.

 

Please note:  Gear will NOT be available to purchase during this registration session.

 

Thank you.

 

 

Training Times for Underage Boys & Girls - Under 6 to Under 12: (Boys Hurling and Football, Camogie, Girls Football.)

 


 

Kinsale Camogie Club

Kinsale GAAs newest club!

 

Training continues on Sunday, 19th March at the New Pitch in Kinsale Community School

 

10am to 11am                   Under 11+

11.15am to 12.15pm       Under 6 – Under 10        

 

Please bring Water, Mouth Guard and €2 to cover the cost of hiring the New Pitch at Kinsale Community School – Thank you.

 

Please contact kinsalegaacommunications@eircom.net for more information

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Kinsale Ladies & Girls Football Club

 

Training for Underage Girls Under 6 to Under 12

 

Every Monday

Time:        4.45pm to 5.45pm

Venue:     Sáile (until April)

 

Then back to the GAA pitch on Bandon Road

 

Please bring Water, Mouth Guard and €2

 

** Mouth Guards are now mandatory when playing matches

and for training.

 

Please contact kinsalegaacommunications@eircom.net for more information

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Kinsale GAA Easter Camp

Due to the fantastic success of our Alan Cadogan & Orla Finn Easter Camp last year – the club will be running a similar camp again this year.

Please pencil the following dates into your diarys - 18th to 20th April from 10am to 1pm each day.

Cost €30.00 per child – incredible value!

Boys & Girls from Under 6 to Under 13/14

 

More details to follow in the next 2 weeks!

 

 

St Patricks Day Parade Today:

Don’t forget to come along and walk with Kinsale GAA Club tomorrow – Our No is 42  - looking forward to seeing you all there.

 

 

Under 21 Football Championship Game:

 

Kinsale   V   Ballymartle

Saturday, 18th March

Throw-in at 5pm

Venue – Balinhassig


Please come along and support our Under 21s as they look to progress in the Championship.

 

Underage Matches over the Weekend (11th and 12th March)

Well done to all our underage boys teams who had big wins over the weekend. Our minors beat Carrigtwoill away in the second round of the league.

Our U14's beat Donoughmore away in their first league game

And our U12's, playing in the Central Division, beat Mitchelstown at home in Dunderrow in their first league game of the year.

A Great hat trick of wins for the lads!! Cionn tSaile Abú

 

 

Kinsale Camogie Club

On a bright and beautiful sunny morning last Sunday, 12th March – Kinsale Camogie Club became the first local club to use the incredible new Pitch in the Kinsale Community School. Everything went according to plan and the coaches and young girls all had a great training session on the perfect pitch!

Training continues there next Sunday (see details on times etc above) - €2 per child is required to cover the cost of this fantastic facility – thank you.

 

 

€2 Weekly Lotto

 

The Lotto Jackpot Numbers for Wednesday night's (15th March) draw were;   01      31      34


Jackpot = €1,100


No Winner


Consolation Prize Winners;

€50: Ian Harrington

€30: Noreen Desmond

€20: Del Boy


The Jackpot for Wednesday  22- March - 2017 is €1,200

 

This is a major Fundraiser for the club – please support if you can.  It’s a win-win, you support your club, and you could win a cash prize of  €1,200!

 

You can also become a subscriber to the Weekly Lotto.  By paying a certain amount, of your choosing up front, your numbers are automatically included in the draw every week for the time covered by your subscription. If you were a subscriber in the past and your subscription has now lapsed – it is very easy to start up again! New subscribers are of course very welcome.

For more details on how to become a new subscriber, or to re-new your subscription,  please contact John Maloney at 087-7656146 or email johnpmal@gmail.com.

 

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.

Sam's Bar

The White House

The Armada Bar

Dalton's Bar

Billy Connery Butchers Shop

Barrett's Butchers

The White Lady Bar

The Millwheel Bar, Jagoes Mill.

 

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!

 

https://www.locallotto.ie/play.asp?Clb=1&LL_ID=650&PC=0

 

 

 

On-Line Option for Club Gear – Brand New Gear added to the range and  now available to order, (tracksuits etc) – log onto the Kinsale GAA Page on the O Neill Website and have a look!

This option is available for any Kinsale GAA Club Gear that you might be looking for.

Click on the link below to go straight to the Kinsale GAA page on the O’Neill’s website to order, view availability and pricing.

Happy Shopping!

 

https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/kinsale-gaa.html

 

 

Additional Information:

 

The following piece appeared in local publication The Bandon Opinion recently – it is also to be seen doing the rounds on Facebook – an interesting read!!

 

FROM A GAA PARENT:

One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money and spend so much time running around for your child to play Gaa ?" Well I have a confession to make: I don't pay for my child’s Gaa . Or his/her Boots, kit or his/her training time, clinics and camps.

So, if I am not paying for gaelic games what am I paying for?

 

- I pay for those moments when my child becomes so tired he/she feels like quitting but doesn't.

- I pay for the opportunity that my child can have and will have to make life-long friendships.

- I pay for the chance that he/she may have amazing instructors that will teach him/her that hurling and football is not just about a game but about life.

- I pay for my child to learn to be disciplined.

- I pay for my child to learn to take care of his/her body.

- I pay for my child to learn to work with others and to be a proud, supportive, kind and respectful team member.

- I pay for my child to learn to deal with disappointment, when he/she doesn't get that score he/she hoped for, or handpass during a breakaway he/she has practiced a thousand times, but still gets up and is

  determined to do his/her BEST next time...

- I pay for my child to learn to make and accomplish goals.

- I pay for my child to learn that it takes hours and hours and hours and hours of hard work and practice to create a champion, and that success does not happen overnight.

- I pay so that my child can be on the pitch instead of in front of a screen...

 

I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for Gaa - I pay for the opportunities that Gaa provides my child to develop attributes that will serve him/her well throughout his/her life and give him/her the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen for many, many years, I think it is a great investment!

 

 

Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.

Sin é! Beannacht, slán do anois!

 

 

 

 

 

Give Respect, Get Respect

 

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