Harvest Festival Programme Taking Shape
The programme of events for this year’s Knocknagoshel Harvest Festival is taking shape with events running on the weekends at either side of Pattern Day which is Wednesday August 15th.
The ever popular Tiny Tots Races will kick off proceedings on Friday August 10th at 7p.m. in the village.
Later that night Knocknagoshel GAA Club will host a fundraising Donkey Derby night in Walsh’s Bar at 9p.m.
Other local groups are organising events around this year’s festival which include the Pattern Rose competition on Friday 17th and a Vintage Tractor Run on the evening of Saturday 18th.
All-Star Lorraine on Cúl Camp Team
Best wishes to the children taking part in this week’s Cúl Camp at Knocknagoshel GAA Club grounds.
The camp is run by coaches provided by the Kerry County Board and one of the coaches is local Kerry ladies All Star midfielder, Lorraine Scanlon.
Lotto Jackpot of €7,500
The next draw will be for a jackpot of €7500 and will be held in O’Connor’s Bar on Saturday 4th of August.
Tickets are available from Kieran’s XL, Leahy’s Post Office, the local bars and usual sellers.
Club Fixtures and Results
Knocknagoshel/Brosna/Duagh are home to Beale on Thursday July 26th in Division 1 of the North Kerry Minor League.
The match throws in at 7.30pm in Duagh. Knocknagoshel/Brosna/Duagh U-14s are playing Moyvane in the North Kerry League Division One final on this Monday evening at 7.30pm. in Listowel. Best of luck to all involved.
Knocknagoshel B team overcame Duagh to qualify for the final of the county junior league against near neighbours Cordal. Time and venue for the final are to be confirmed.
Knocknagoshel Clothes Collection
Knocknagoshel GAA are holding an ongoing clothes collection to help raise funds for the club. Bags can be left into the white lorry container near the log cabin at the Football Field. All types of clothes are accepted as well as shoes, handbags, curtains and towels.
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