Killeagh GAA Club News

10 June, 2013

Greetings;
We would like to send greetings and good wishes to everybody abroad and hope that they enjoy the weekly notes. You can catch up with Killeagh GAA Club in the following ways- www.killeaghgaa.wordpress.com, Killeagh Gaa on twitter at @killeaghgaa or at www.killeaghgaa.org and also on www.eastcorkgaa.com. The following countries have Killeagh GAA fans catching up on our weekly notes via the Killeagh GAA blog: Hong Kong, Israel, Spain, Pakistan, Poland, Italy France, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, Czech Republic, United States, New Zealand, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. Since the blog started in February 2013 there is an average of 200 hits weekly!
.
Club Lotto Results;
The latest club lotto numbers were drawn on Tuesday June 4th. Numbers were 10, 12, 13 and 30.
There was no jackpot winner this week and the jackpot for next draw will be €5800.
The following were lucky dip winners in this weeks draw; Kevin O’Driscoll, Sophie Harris, Caroline Coady and Bertie Coleman
The Club Lotto Draw takes place each Tuesday night and many thanks to all for supporting our club lotto.

Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on most Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Jerseys, shorts, training clothing, etc. are all available in club colours for all ages. Replica club jerseys in all sizes in stock are now on special offer at only €25 each. Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.

Buster Night;
Killeagh GAA Clubs’ annual Buster Night at the Dogs was held on Friday night June 7th 2013 at Youghal Greyhound Track. It was a fabulous evening and a wonderful venue for the large crowd that attended. Winners on the night were as follows: Mary Roche from Grange, Waterford was the winner of the €1000, Marcia Hoogstad from Inch, John Irwin from Killeagh, Barry O’Connor from Knockmonlea, Randy Cusack from Ballintotis and Richie Brennan from Inch all won €200. Congratulations to all, many thanks to the organisers and helpers to make the night a great success and a special word of thanks to everybody who supported the club by purchasing tickets for the draw.

Commiserations
Commiserations to Killeagh’s senior hurling keeper, Bernard Rochford, who was between the posts for Kerry against Down in Saturdays Christy Ring Final at Croke Park. It was a cracking game which went right to the wire before Down emerged winners on a score of 3-16 to 2-17.

Fixtures:
Junior squad have the following fixtures to hand.
Division 4 hurling league against Aghada in Killeagh on Monday June 10th at 7.45
Division1 hurling  league away to  Shanballymore on Wednesday June 12th at 7.45
Division 1 hurling league in Mourne Abbey against Clyde on Sunday June 16th             
Division 2 hurling league against Fr O'Neills in Killeagh on Mon June 17th at 8pm
Division 1 hurling league against Bride Rovers in Killeagh on Mon July 1st at 8pm
Division 1 hurling league against Cobh in Cobh on Saturday July 13th
Challenge game for U-21 hurling squad on Tuesday June 12th against Ballinahassig
Please come and support your teams.

Championship Draws:
Cork Senior Championship Round 2: Killeagh will play Courcey Rovers and the game will be played on the weekend of June 29th
East Cork Draws:
Junior ‘A’ Hurling- Jamesy Kelleher Cup: Killeagh are drawn against Sarsfields, on June 22nd with the venue yet to be fixed
Junior ‘B’ Hurling- Eamonn Fleming Cup: Killeagh are drawn against St. Catherine’s, venue and date to be fixed.
Junior ‘C’ Hurling- Michael Foley Cup: Killeagh play the winners of Castlemartyr/Bride Rovers clash, venue and date to be fixed.
Junior ‘A’ Football- Jim Ryan Cup: Glenbower Rovers through to semi-finals of the competition.
Junior ‘B’ Football- Michael Boig Coleman Cup: Glenbower Rovers play Aghada in a preliminary round fixture, venue and date to be fixed.
Under 21 ‘B’ Hurling- Gerry O’Connell 1973: Killeagh are drawn against Fr. O’Neills in a quarter-final clash, venue and date to be fixed.

Killeagh GAA Golf Society;
President: Mr. Kieran Scully, Captain: Mr. Ray Rochford, Secretary: Mr. Ger Ahern.

Golf Classic 2013:
Our major annual fundraiser, The Golf Classic, is now in its 17th year this season and preparatory work for this event is already underway. It takes place on July 4th, 5th and 6th and will be held at West Waterford Golf and Country Club.  The time sheet is now open for booking and the club appeal to everyone to support the committee in getting teams onto the timesheet. There are FOUR WEEKS left to the Classic. Presently, two major sponsors have come on board this year and they are Burgess Service Station and Abbeylands Nursing Home. Killeagh GAA Club wish to express their gratitude to JJ Fennelly and James Rochford respectively for their valuable sponsorship for this year’s Classic. For more information on the classic and how you can help please contact Ray Rochford on 0872330054 or any of the Classic committee.

Outings 2013:
The societies’ next outing will be the Captains Prize, presented by Ray Rochford. It will be held on Saturday June 15th in West Waterford Golf and Country Club. Tee times can be booked through Ray on 0872330054 and guests are welcome. 
Please note that the second round of the Matchplay competition must be completed before this date.
Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA Notes
Week beginning June 10th 2013

Cúl Camp is Cúl!
Kellogg’s Cúl Camp is now just 4 weeks away! From July 8th to 11th boys and girls between 6 and 12 will converge on Páirc Uí Chinnéide for our Annual Cúl Camp where the skills of hurling and football will be practiced and developed in a fun way every day. This is your last chance to return completed application forms to Ursula with payment by this Friday June 15th, or alternatively you can book online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.  Bígí ann agus bígí cúl!

Barking and Basking!
The dogs were barking and we were basking in the beautiful evening sun, (or was it the other way around??), at Youghal Greyhound Track on Friday evening last as supporters of Killeagh GAA, Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile, Inch Rovers Ladies Football and Killeagh Camogie Clubs came out in force to have some fun and help to offset some of the debt that accrues in keeping Páirc Uí Chinnéide up to such a high standard. Many thanks are due to all those who bought tickets in support of this vital fundraiser, with special thanks to the many people who were unable to attend but still supported the venture by putting hands in pockets for €20. Your generosity is much appreciated, as it always is.

U-14 Hurling
Our Under 14 hurlers prepared for championship against Tracton (Thursday 13th @ 7.30 p.m. in Passage, with a very entertaining game against Cois Bríde in Tallow last Wednesday evening. On a glorious summer’s evening, and on a well-maintained pitch, with a firm but fair ref and two teams intent on playing good hurling, all factors added up to make a fine game. It was played in three twenty minute periods, which allowed our mentors an opportunity to assess each of the 21 players available to them who are pushing for selection for championship. We are now down to just six boys on the age (born in 1999), so more is expected from our younger players than might otherwise be the case. However, these boys continue to give it their best, with Dylan Hogan, Padraig Leahy and Olin Hennessy showing up very well at full-back, midfield and corner-forward respectively. While Cois Bríde eventually won by 3-11 to 2-11, the aim of the challenge game had been to assess what might be our best ‘championship’ team, so hopefully the selectors are now ready to face the challenge of Tracton. Go n-éirí libh, a buachaillí!

Under 16 Hurling
Killeagh 3-10 Imokilly 2-11
Our under 16 hurlers played a challenge match against Imokilly under 14(under the guidance of Killeagh’s Sean Crowley, GDA) on Saturday evening last. Our side were missing several key players due to exams and injury. Killian Treacy bagged 2 goals while David Ogbebor also raised the green flag. There was a great performance from our lads in what was a very competitive match.