Killeagh GAA Club

27 June, 2017

Killeagh GAA Club Weekly News

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C June 26th 2017

Club Lotto Results;

Our last lotto draw took place on Tuesday June 20th where there was no winner of the €6800 jackpot. Lucky dip prizes of €30 were won by Brian O'Keeffe, Michelle Mackey, Lucy Sheehan and Mary Seward. The jackpot prize for our next draw will be €7000! It will take place in our clubhouse on Tuesday night June 27th. You can now purchase your lotto ticket on-line; just follow the lotto link on the homepage of our website – www.killeaghgaa.org. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw [RN]

Club Membership / Registration;

Your club membership fee is vital to your club. It provides income which your club uses in many different ways throughout the year for the benefit of its members. Also worth keeping in mind is that all players must be fully paid members before they can represent their club in any football or hurling game. You can renew your membership by contacting Kieran Scully on 0858037343 or any of the club officers who will only be too happy to complete your registration. Fixtures/Results Senior and Junior Hurling Fixtures: JAHC Killeagh v Carrigtwohill in Midleton on Sat July 1st @19.30, JBHC Killeagh v Dungourney @ 19.30 on Sat July 8th with venue TBC. Results: Red FM SHL Killeagh 3-15 Bishopstown 3-10 played on Thurs June 22nd @16.00 in Killeagh, Cork JAHL Killeagh 3-24 Kilbrittain 0-05 played in Killeagh on Sun June 25th @ 17.00. Your support is greatly appreciated by everyone connected with all of our teams, so please try to come to the games to support the lads.

Championship Draws for 2017:

Full details of all County Championship and Red FM hurling league draws for 2017 are available on the Cork GAA website and full details of all divisional draws for football and hurling are available on eastcorkgaa.com

Cork SHC: Sunday July 16th @ Cobh, SHC R2B, Killeagh v Douglas , 3.30pm ET Alt July 24th , 25th

JUVENILE NOTES

Cúl Camp is Coming

We would like all boys and girls in primary school (up to 6th class) to consider taking part in this year’s Cúl Camp. Dates for the camp are Monday 17th to Friday 21st July. The application forms have been distributed to the schools so watch the schools bags for the all-important information. Child/children wishing to participate in the camp please fill out the form and return no later than Friday30th June 2017, with the appropriate fee per family. €60 for 1 Child, €50 for the second and €40 for 3rd and thereafter. You can also book your place online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie. Children will need to have their place booked by this date to ensure their kit(s) can be ordered from GAA Headquarters. (Guideline: The sizes are the same as all O Neill’s sportswear.)

At the Cúl Camp:

· Children will learn and develop hurling and football skills in a safe and non-competitive environment

· There will be fun games and mini leagues with some challenges and spot prizes

· Qualified coaches (including senior and minor players from our club) will be in charge of each group and children will receive coaching from different coaches

· Sean Crowley Cork GAA Coach, Olivia Scully Club Secretary and Ursula Coleman Club Chairperson will oversee the safe running of the Camp

Fe 15 League news.

Killeagh/Ita’s Fe15 pulled off a thrilling victory against the hosts when we headed to Whitechurch to contest our 4th game in the P2 Hurling League. It was a game that kept supporters from both sides engrossed from the throw in. There was never more than a few points between the two sides with the lead

changing hands several times. With minutes to go, trailing by a point and playing against a strong breeze we were praying for the draw only to see our boys finish out the game as winners with a comfortable 5 point lead. The first quarter of the game saw Whitechurch score 3 points and Ciaran (O’R) 2 points for Killeagh/Ita’s, all from frees. It wasn’t until the 17 minute that the first point from play was scored by the hosts closely followed by a second. The next passage of play saw Evan score his first goal of a hat-trick. A very well taken free by Robbie expertly caught by Evan left the goalie with no chance and the sides were level. Whitechurch drew ahead with two points from play when Ryan scored a lovely point from play. Our hard working backs were amazing defending our goals but also delivering ball into our mid fielders and forwards. This work-rate paid off when Evan was flicked the sliotar by Ciaran (L) and a tap saw him beat the goalie for the second time, Whitechurch quickly negated that goal when they scored their only goal of the night. We finished out the first half with Ryan scoring another point and Robbie tacking on two points one from a 65 the other from play. Half time whistle blew and when play resumed we were without the benefit of the breeze. Killeagh/Ita’s got the dream start when a shot on goal was saved by the Whitechurch goalie only to see Daniel put the rebound past the goalie we were leading on a score line of 3-6 to 1-8. The next two scores went to our opposition when Ciaran (O’R) scored his third point. Whitechurch hit a purple patch and outscored us 5 points to 2. All that could be heard around the sidelines was “what’s the score now?” This game had turned into a real battle, with Padraig, Darragh and David doing a mammoth job clearing ball. We had to use a sweeper system in the second half to halt the advance of the Whitechurch forwards. With the clock quickly counting down we trailed by a point. However our boys were determined not to be denied league points and this determination was rewarded when Jamie raised the green flag and we were ahead by two. The goalie pucked out the ball only for it to be returned to sender almost immediately and Evan finished off our scoring with his third goal of the hat-trick. Well done all it truly was a most memorable game and the smiles of the boys told its own story. With four games played we now are placed top of the league table with three games to be played against Blarney, Carrigaline and Valley Rovers.

Panel: B Kelly Budds, T McCarthy, B Murphy, P Landers, T Reacy, C Leahy, D Coleman, D Collins, D Doherty, C O Rourke, J Fogarty, R Bernard, C O Rourke, R Farquaher, A Fitzgibbon, R Lynch.

Golf Society:

KILLEAGH GAA 21st ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC 2017

The Killeagh GAA Golf Classic comes of age this year, with our 21st Annual Golf Classic. Our 2016 Classic was another great success thanks to all those who contributed so generously, both golfers and sponsors, and we were blessed with good weather also! The funds raised are absolutely essential to keep our club’s finances in good health, and to finance the loans we have incurred in developing our excellent facilities in Páirc Uí Chinnéide. 2017 will see further development of our facilities and continued commitment to our ongoing work with our teams and our community. This year’s Golf Classic will take place in West Waterford Golf Club on Thursday July 13th, Friday July 14th and Saturday July 15th. Please contact our Golf Classic Chairman, Ray Rochford on 0872330054 to see how you can help this year.

Society Outing:

Our next outing is to Mahon GC on August 10th with tee times from 2pm

Healthy Clubs Project

Killeagh GAA - Killeagh Camogie - Inch Rovers Ladies Football - Killeagh-Ita's Juvenile GAA

1. *NEW* Couch To 5K every Monday evening in Páirc Uí Chinnéide 7.30 p.m. Come along if you are a beginner runner or a lapsed runner. For all ages and abilities – walk, jog or run around the pitch. Bring the kids if you wish. Please support Inch 5K Walk / Run on Wednesday June 28th.

2. *NEW* Hatha Yoga with Sinéad ní Chionaola in the Hall in Páirc Uí Chinnéide at 6.00 p.m. on Tuesday evenings. Open to all over 12. Bring your own mat. Morning class on Thursdays at 9.15 a.m. Voluntary contribution €5 per class if you can afford it.