Cordal Coiste Na nÓg Pitch Dedicated to the Memory of Jimmy Roche

Cordal U-12 team winners of the inaugural Jimmy Roche Memorial Cup on Saturday. With mentors: Maurice Costello, Tom O’Connor and Micheál Cahill. Players’ names withheld due to club policy. Photograph: Danny Kelliher.

Cordal GAA Club welcomed U-12 football teams from clubs including: Ballinorig, Co Cork; St Peters Rockchapel, Co Cork; Adare, Co. Limerick; Legion Killarney and Scartaglen to take part in a tournament dedicated to the memory of the late Jimmy Roche on Saturday, October 5th. 2019.

Jimmy’s Many Club Roles

Jimmy Roche served Cordal GAA Club in many roles as a player, team manager and administrator.

A plaque was unveiled to his memory and the latest addition to the club facilities, a juvenile pitch was opened and named in his honour.

Congratulations to Cordal GAA Club’s U-12 team which continued its successful year in winning the Jimmy Roche Memorial Cup in its inaugural year,” said spokesman, Danny Kelliher.

Thanks for the Help

Thanks to all the players and mentors from the clubs mentioned, who travelled to support our day – it is much appreciated.

We thank to Fr. Sean Horgan, to the local elected representatives, members of the Kerry County GAA Board and the East Kerry Board who came to support us on the day.

Our thanks also to Joan Roche and members of the Roche family for supporting the event.

Finally, thanks to all the club members who worked to make day such a success,” said Mr. Kelliher in conclusion.

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