Category Archives: Currow Cycling Club

Join the Giro D’Jigsaw Cycle for Kerry youth this September

Join the Giro D’Jigsaw Cycle for Kerry youth this September

Jigsaw, Ireland’s National Centre for Youth Mental Health, is looking for 60 brave cyclists to join in an epic Giro D’Jigsaw Cycle Tour this September. This three day, eight stage, 470km charity cycle tour of Ireland is taking place from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October to raise vital funds to support young peopleRead more…

Bike Skills Preparation for September 3rd Day Care Centre Cycle

Bike Skills Preparation for September 3rd Day Care Centre Cycle

With the onset of the Castleisland Day Care Centre Cycle on Sunday, September 3rd a series of practice runs will be held to get participants ready for the big occasion. The series of bike handling skill sessions started on Friday evening, July 14th at 7pm. Cyclists and instructors will meet at the car park nearRead more…

Currow U-14s Retain John West Féile Peile Na nÓg Cup

Currow U-14s Retain John West Féile Peile Na nÓg Cup

On Friday the Currow U-14 team and their supporters left the village at 9am bidding to retain their John West Féile Peile na nÓg title in Co. Monaghan. By Con Enright PRO That evening in Ballybay we played two game against Lámh Dhearg of Antrim and Ballybay Pearse’s Brothers of Monaghan. Antrim Opposition The firstRead more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg and Senior Club News

Currow Coiste Na nÓg and Senior Club News

U-14s – Big Trip Ahead Currow U-14s travelled to Farranfore play to Firies in their first round of the East Kerry League. On the night the home side was a bit too strong for Currow and went on to win the game on a score line of Firies 5-20 to Currow’s 5-13. By: Con Enright,Read more…

Kerry’s Eye Launches Major Road Safety Campaign

Kerry’s Eye Launches Major Road Safety Campaign

 Kerry’s Eye has launched a massive safety campaign aimed at keeping cyclists safe on the county’s roads. The Tralee-based newspaper has announced June as Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 Month in Kerry – with the full support of Kerry County Council well as the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle, local cycling clubs, and the founder ofRead more…

Tommy’s Charity Total Reaches €50,000 Peak – and Climbing

Tommy’s Charity Total Reaches €50,000 Peak – and Climbing

Incurable and intrepid cyclist, Tommy Sheehy has been raising funds through all of our currency changes over the years. Through it all, not to mention the blisters and the pain, he has raised tens of thousands for the charity closest to his heart, Enable Ireland. He has, however gone up a gear or two sinceRead more…

Presentation Sisters to be Honoured by Day Care Centre

Presentation Sisters to be Honoured by Day Care Centre

It is approaching two decades on from the announcement that the Presentation Order in Castleisland had donated the land necessary to facilitate the building of the town’s proposed day care centre. That announcement was made in June 2000 and it meant a full steam ahead programme of work and fundraising to get the plan fromRead more…

Currow GAA Club News Round-Up

Currow GAA Club News Round-Up

Home Game for Currow on Sunday Currow played Waterville on Saturday evening in Currow in the third round of division two of the county league. The pitch was in great condition. Waterville started the better team and scored 1-1. John Buckley scored Currow’s first point from play and added two frees. Waterville then added aRead more…

Maura’s Motions Include Eye Opening Issue in Currow

Maura’s Motions Include Eye Opening Issue in Currow

Cllr. Maura Healy Rae sent news of the following notices and replies which she put down at the recent meeting of the Killarney Municipal District: Notice: To ask Kerry County Council when is the protection barrier on the left hand side of the road from Farranfore to Castleisland going to be installed. These works wereRead more…

J.J.Hanrahan’s Move Back To Munster Confirmed

J.J.Hanrahan’s Move Back To Munster Confirmed

The news that all Munster Rugby fans wanted to hear was confirmed yesterday by Northampton Saints and by Munster itself. The UK based club revealed that JJ Hanrahan is to return to his native province. It has emerged that he and a couple of others have signed two-year contracts with Munster. The 24 year oldRead more…