Club Notes - August 26th

RETURNING TO EDUCATION :

We wish all those returning to school and college the very best of luck. It will be a very challenging time for students, teachers /lecturers, SNA's and all ancillary staff.. Go neiri go gheal le gach duine agus fan slán.

REOPENING OF BUSINESSES :

Congratulations and Best Wishes to the The McCarthy family on the reopening of Larkins Bar & Restaurant last week.
#supportlocalbusiness

RESTARTING OF LOTTO :THIS FRIDAY...

Exciting news.. Our Fundraising Lotto Jackpot Draw will return on THIS Friday August 28th - with a Jackpot of €12,600 on offer.
Due to the huge financial commitment with our Field Development Project and the impact of Covid 19, the executive made a decision to maintain the Jackpot at its current value of €12,600 (unless it is won) for an initial period of 3 months. This may be extended depending on circumstances.
Lotto tickets are available in Londis, Spar, Burkes Butchers, O'Doherty's Pharmacy, Murphys Foodstore, Larkins Bar and Restaurant, Cronin's Filling Station, Castlemaine, Helena's Local XL Outlet in Castlemaine Karl J Barbers, Killorglin, Piggott Barbers, Milltown and Killorglin Golf Club.
We thank you sincerely for contributing to our Lotto in the past and look forward to your renewed support going forward.
Wouldn't it be a fantastic way to lift your spirits in these Covid times?
So make sure YOU have YOUR ticket in the draw. Best of luck to all.

UNDER 14:

Congratulations to our U 14 White team who had a fine victory over Firies last week.
Iarracht den chéad scoth le gach duine.
PHASE 2:
Upcoming fixtures for our 2 teams are as follows:
Our A team is away on September 2nd to Rathmore and September 9th they have an away game versus Dr Crokes (both with a 6.30 start).
The B team will take on Legion on September 2nd (at 7 pm ) and on September 9th a game versus Firies with a 6.30 throw in. We have had to forfeit our home advantage due to our pitch being unavailable because of redevelopment work. Please adhere to all new Covid guidelines regarding parental/guardian attendance.

SENIOR COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP:

Comhghairdeas to the Mid Kerry Management Team and panel on their comprehensive victory over Kilcummin this afternoon.
Mid Kerry was captained by our club player Pa Wrenn who along with David Roche put in a tremendous performance. Other panel members included Cathal Moriarty, Jonathan O'Sullivan and Gavin Horan.
Damien Murphy from our club is part of the management team. Maith an fear Damien....Iarracht den chéad scoth
Best of luck to you all on Sunday next versus Kenmare Shamrocks in Round 2. Game will be streamed live.

NEW COVID GUIDELINES:
The news regarding attendance at games this past week has certainly been very disappointing for all GAA fans. Right from the beginning of the Covid Pandemic, our Kerry clubs, officers, players, parents and mentors have shown tremendous leadership, community spirit and dedication. This has enabled our match program across all ages to be played and training sessions held in a monitored and controlled environment.
We would ask absolutely everyone involved to continue do everything in their power to abide by all health guidelines and recommendations over the coming weeks.
Where Juvenile games are concerned, it is vitally important to abide by the ONE PARENT or GUARDIAN only per child attendance rule ( and that is if it is necessary from a welfare viewpoint).
Once inside a ground , social distancing is paramount.
Continuing adherence to guidelines means that the GAA family is doing its best to ensure matches and training continue and hopefully in front of attendances in due course.
Our club Covid Officer Damian McCarthy and his team of Covid supervisors have been working tremendously hard over the past few months and will continue to do so.
Let's all unite and do our part to part to help stop the spread of the virus. NÍ NEART GO CUR LE CHÉILE

The news regarding attendance at games this past week has certainly been very disappointing for all GAA fans. Right from the beginning of the Covid Pandemic, our Kerry clubs, officers, players, parents and mentors have shown tremendous leadership, community spirit and dedication. This has enabled our match program across all ages to be played and training sessions held in a monitored and controlled environment.
We would ask absolutely everyone involved to continue do everything in their power to abide by all health guidelines and recommendations over the coming weeks.
Where Juvenile games are concerned, it is vitally important to abide by the ONE PARENT or GUARDIAN only per child attendance rule ( and that is if it is necessary from a welfare viewpoint).
Once inside a ground , social distancing is paramount.
Continuing adherence to guidelines means that the GAA family is doing its best to ensure matches and training continue and hopefully in front of attendances in due course.
Our club Covid Officer Damian McCarthy and his team of Covid supervisors have been working tremendously hard over the past few months and will continue to do so.
Let's all unite and do our part to part to help stop the spread of the virus. NÍ NEART GO CUR LE CHÉILE

CUL CAMPS:

Thank you:
Thank you very much to Listry GAA once again for the use of their pitch last week for our camp. Sincere thanks also to Keel GAA who obliged us at short notice on Friday last to host the final day of the camp.

Well done to our U16 team on Monday evening last who had a great win over Glenbeigh/Glencar/Cromane. This game was Round 3 of Phase 1 in this years U16 County League. Cromane was the venue and the final result:
Milltown/Castlemaine GAA U16 5-18
Glenbeigh/Glencar/Cromane U16 0-09
Thank you to all the supporter who travelled and to our Coiste na nÓg sponsors Foleys Spar, Milltown. Well done to all of the players and their coaches.

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