Killeagh GAA Club Weekly News
Club Lotto Results:
Our last lotto draw took place on Tuesday July 19th where there was no winner of the €2400 jackpot. Numbers drawn were 6, 9, 16 and 18. Lucky dip winners of €30 were Dolores McCarthy, Donal O’Sullivan, Sean Treacy and Trish Roddy. The jackpot prize for our next draw will be €2600. It will take place in our clubhouse on Tuesday night, July 26th. You can now purchase your lotto ticket on-line; just follow the lotto link on the homepage of our website – http://www.killeaghgaa.org. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.
Golf Classic full results
Further to last week’s report on the highly successful Killeagh GAA Golf Classic, here are the full results:
1stEamon Brennan’s team112 pts
2nd Apple lads 101 pts
3rd East Cork Oil 100 pts
4th Best Gross Rathcormac Tyres
5th Best non-GUI Breathnach’s 112 pts
6th 2nd non-GUI Fogarty’s Garage 97 pts
7th Best Thurs Budds Memorials 97 pts
8th Best Friday Gavin Flynn 96 pts
9th Best Saturday Percy & co 97 pts
10th Best Ladies June Whyte 87 pts
11th 3rd non-GUI Kieran Scully 97 pts
12th 2nd Thurs Dave O’Keeffe 96 pts
13th 2nd Friday Larry Cunningham 95 pts
14th 2nd Saturday Alan Twomey 95 pts
15th 2nd Ladies Jean/Joan/Aishling 86 pts
16th 3rd Thursday Sean and Declan 95 pts
17th 3rd Friday Shay Lyons No 2 93 pts
18th 3rd Saturday Denis Herlihy 94 pts
19th 4th non-GUI Tadhg O’Connor 96 pts
20th 3rd LadiesLady captains team 86 pts
21st non-GUI ThursdayIrish Life 92 pts
22nd non-GUI Friday Brendan keniry 95 pts
23rd non-GUI SaturdayOld Thatch Killeagh 93 pts
24th 4th ThursdayNiall Curran 94pts
25th 4th Friday Murphy’s 91 pts
26th 4th Saturday Fintan Gee 94 pts
27th 5th Thursday Youghal Nutrition94 pts
28th 5th FridayNoel Parsons 90 pts
29th 5th Saturday St Ita’s 93 pts
30th 2nd non-GUI Thurs Inch Ladies Football 90 pts
31st 2nd non-GUI Fri Coiste Oiliuna Chorcai 93 pts
32nd 2nd non-GUI Sat Number 21 / J Kelly 92 pts
33rd Prize Mark O’Donovan 93 pts
34th Prize Tom/Luke/Joe 93 pts
35th Best Juveniles Cathal/Keane/Adrian
Under 21s get off to a winning start but at a price
County U21 A Hurling Championship Killeagh-Ita’s 2-19, Bishopstown 0-10
Killeagh-Ita’s had a comprehensive win over Bishopstown on Wednesday evening in Midleton in Round 1 of the inaugural County U21 A Hurling Championship. The win was cemented with a strong second-half display after there was little between the sides in the first half. Unfortunately the win was overshadowed by a bad arm injury sustained accidentally by Aaron Walsh in the first half which necessitated surgery on Friday for Aaron and will mean a few months on the sideline for Aaron. This is a big blow to the prospects of this team, the Junior A team and the minor teams (hurling and football) in their quest for success, as Aaron was a pivotal member of all these sides and had been having a fantastic season so far. It’s an even bigger blow to Aaron himself as he will have to kick his heels now while the action goes on without him. Best wishes Aaron!
Team: Colin Walsh, Jamie Landers, Jack O’Rourke, Kenneth Cantillon, Christy Coughlan, Kevin Murphy, Darragh Cahill, Gary Leahy, Darragh O’Brien, Aaron Walsh, Killian Treacy, Shane Smiddy, Dan Landers, Andrew Leahy, Matthew Murphy, David Ogbebor, Eric Murphy, Bobby McCarthy.
Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile News
Summer Camp – the best ever!
The kit was the best yet, the sun shone endlessly, and over 200 children came to our annual Cúl Camp in Páirc Uí Chinnéide this week. The weather couldn’t have been better with temperatures in the high 20s on Monday and Tuesday getting us off to a scorching start. The coaches were all enthusiastic and full of fun, and our co-ordinators Ursula and Sean had everything planned to a T. We had loads of hurling and football, a little bit of rounders, and plenty of games and challenges as well as mini-blitzes. When 2.00 p.m. Friday came around, all 200+ children trooped wearily but happily off the pitches, followed by their coaches and helpers, and they all had some healthy fruit to sustain them on their journeys. Well done to all the boys and girls from age 5 to 13 who gave their best energies to it, and to our coaches and helpers (too many to mention individually) who ensured that everyone (including our two Dutch visitors Nina and Rose) had fun. A special thank you to the many people who brought sandwiches, cakes, and other essential supplies to the hungry coaches and helpers every day, and in particular to Ursula, Liz and Olivia (and others) who looked after the needs of young and old from early morning to almost 3.00 p.m. every day. We’re looking forward to 2017 already!
Killeagh GAA – Killeagh Camogie – Inch Rovers Ladies Football – Killeagh-Ita’s GAA
Healthy Clubs Project 2016-2017
Páirc Uí Chinnéide Goes Smoke-Free on August 1st!
NO SMOKING! is the motto loud and clear from August 1st in Páirc Uí Chinnéide. Signs will be going up this week! Let’s keep the air clear, clean and healthy for all of us.
CouchTo5K Making Great Strides
Our CouchTo5K running group has gathered momentum and is clocking up the miles and laps in Páirc Uí Chinnéide and in Glenbower Wood. The Inch 5K on August 12th is the target, so come along every Monday night to the pitch at 8.00 p.m. or Saturday morning at 9.00 to Glenbower Wood if you’d like to begin or renew your running activity.
“These Boots Are Made For Walking” – Hill Walk No. 2
Sunday August 7th will be our second Hill Walk. We start in Roches Point at 10.00 a.m. and explore the hills and dales, cliffs and sea views of the beautiful Whitegate area. Text Kieran at 085-8037343 to book your place now.
Some congratulations after a busy weekend:
– To our sister club Killeagh Camogie’s senior team who won their championship game v St. Finbarr’s on Sunday evening;
– To Angela and Kevin Walsh, who married in style in Killeagh church and partied in the Radisson, Little Island. Best wishes to you both and your daughter Keeva for a long and healthy life together;
– To Carmel Barry, loyal GAA and Scór supporter, who has hung up her hairdressing scissors, brushes and shampoos after a remarkable 47 years of washing and cutting in Killeagh. If ever you have cause to write a memoir of all those stories revealed at the hairdresser’s, it would surely be a bestseller (although you might have to leave Killeagh!!) Well done Carmel, and may you have many happy and healthy years of happiness ahead of you.