Category Archives: Currow GAA Club

Currow to Elect New Mayor in October

Currow to Elect New Mayor in October

Currow is on a major election footing as the community prepares to go to the polls in October. However, on this occasion no votes will be cast for Michael D. Higgins or the other presidential hopefuls as locals begin the process of electing a new Mayor of the Parish. By Con Dennehy This week the… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

U-14s in District League Final On Wednesday 29th August, Scartaglen was the venue for the Castleisland District League B Final between Scart/Cordal and Currow. By PRO Con Enright  In a evenly poised game Scart/Cordal had a two point lead heading into half time 3-6 to Currow’s 3-4. In the second half Scart/Cordal proved to be… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

U-16s Into County League Final On Wednesday 8th August our U-16 team travelled to Strand Road to play Kerins O’Rahillys in the County League Division 3 semi final. By: PRO Con Enright In a very close game between two good teams, who gave it their all on the night, the home side proved victorious on… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News

U-15s in Munster Competition By PRO Con Enright On Saturday, May 26th our U-15 team travelled to Connolly Park to participate in a Munster GAA Super Touch competition. They played three games the results were as follows: Game 1: Currow 5-6 Finuge 2-3. Game 2: Currow 2-10 Castlegregory 3-8 and Game 3: Austin Stacks 4-7… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

U-16: Currow V Glenflesk Our U-16 team travelled to Barraduff Community Field on Monday 23rd April to play Glenflesk in the East Kerry League. By Con Enright In a good sporting contest the home side had the upper hand on our team and went on to win the game on a score line of Glenflesk… Read more…

Currow U-10s Fly the Flag at District Blitz

Currow U-10s Fly the Flag at District Blitz

Knocknagoshel was the venue for this year’s Castleisland District Blitz on Saturday. By PRO Con Enright In the group games Currow U10s were defeated by Scartaglin in their first game. In their second game Currow beat Knocknagoshel by three points which meant Currow were into the B final where their opponents were Scartaglin. In a… Read more…

Day Centre and Cycling Club Appeal for Big Cycle Support

Day Centre and Cycling Club Appeal for Big Cycle Support

Castleisland Day Care Centre has launched full details of its 11th annual Fun Cycle. The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 3rd and again there is a choice of routes to suit both beginners and the more experienced cyclists. Routes vary from an easy 15km to a 40 km spine to a… Read more…

Cordal’s Lisa Fundraiser an Outstanding Success

Cordal’s Lisa Fundraiser an Outstanding Success

Last Friday night sure was a night to remember. We can’t thank everybody enough for such an awesome night. The event was a great success. A huge thanks to all of those who bought tickets and came on the night. By Paddy Flynn PRO We’d like to sincerely thank our organisers, volunteers and stewards who… Read more…

Painful, Childhood Memories from Kerry V Galway Games

Painful, Childhood Memories from Kerry V Galway Games

Even though I have two beautiful little Galwegians for grandchildren I can still feel the pain the Westerners inflicted on Kerry in the early to mid 1960s. On that basis alone, without even thinking of the deeper notion of heritage and whatever it is that makes my heart pound in my chest when I see… Read more…

Lorraine and Myself – by Leanne Mangan

Lorraine and Myself – by Leanne Mangan

Knocknagoshel natives, friends and Castleisland Desmonds GAA Club footballers, Leanne Mangan and Lorraine Scanlon are joint captains of the team this year. They will lead their team onto Listry GAA Club pitch on Sunday at 12noon to do battle with an ‘old enemy’ – reigning title holders in the ladies of Southern Gaels. There they… Read more…

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Category Archives: Currow GAA Club

Currow to Elect New Mayor in October

Currow to Elect New Mayor in October

Currow is on a major election footing as the community prepares to go to the polls in October. However, on this occasion no votes will be cast for Michael D. Higgins or the other presidential hopefuls as locals begin the process of electing a new Mayor of the Parish. By Con Dennehy This week the… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

U-14s in District League Final On Wednesday 29th August, Scartaglen was the venue for the Castleisland District League B Final between Scart/Cordal and Currow. By PRO Con Enright  In a evenly poised game Scart/Cordal had a two point lead heading into half time 3-6 to Currow’s 3-4. In the second half Scart/Cordal proved to be… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

U-16s Into County League Final On Wednesday 8th August our U-16 team travelled to Strand Road to play Kerins O’Rahillys in the County League Division 3 semi final. By: PRO Con Enright In a very close game between two good teams, who gave it their all on the night, the home side proved victorious on… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News

U-15s in Munster Competition By PRO Con Enright On Saturday, May 26th our U-15 team travelled to Connolly Park to participate in a Munster GAA Super Touch competition. They played three games the results were as follows: Game 1: Currow 5-6 Finuge 2-3. Game 2: Currow 2-10 Castlegregory 3-8 and Game 3: Austin Stacks 4-7… Read more…

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

Currow Coiste Na nÓg News Round-Up

U-16: Currow V Glenflesk Our U-16 team travelled to Barraduff Community Field on Monday 23rd April to play Glenflesk in the East Kerry League. By Con Enright In a good sporting contest the home side had the upper hand on our team and went on to win the game on a score line of Glenflesk… Read more…

Currow U-10s Fly the Flag at District Blitz

Currow U-10s Fly the Flag at District Blitz

Knocknagoshel was the venue for this year’s Castleisland District Blitz on Saturday. By PRO Con Enright In the group games Currow U10s were defeated by Scartaglin in their first game. In their second game Currow beat Knocknagoshel by three points which meant Currow were into the B final where their opponents were Scartaglin. In a… Read more…

Day Centre and Cycling Club Appeal for Big Cycle Support

Day Centre and Cycling Club Appeal for Big Cycle Support

Castleisland Day Care Centre has launched full details of its 11th annual Fun Cycle. The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 3rd and again there is a choice of routes to suit both beginners and the more experienced cyclists. Routes vary from an easy 15km to a 40 km spine to a… Read more…

Cordal’s Lisa Fundraiser an Outstanding Success

Cordal’s Lisa Fundraiser an Outstanding Success

Last Friday night sure was a night to remember. We can’t thank everybody enough for such an awesome night. The event was a great success. A huge thanks to all of those who bought tickets and came on the night. By Paddy Flynn PRO We’d like to sincerely thank our organisers, volunteers and stewards who… Read more…

Painful, Childhood Memories from Kerry V Galway Games

Painful, Childhood Memories from Kerry V Galway Games

Even though I have two beautiful little Galwegians for grandchildren I can still feel the pain the Westerners inflicted on Kerry in the early to mid 1960s. On that basis alone, without even thinking of the deeper notion of heritage and whatever it is that makes my heart pound in my chest when I see… Read more…

Lorraine and Myself – by Leanne Mangan

Lorraine and Myself – by Leanne Mangan

Knocknagoshel natives, friends and Castleisland Desmonds GAA Club footballers, Leanne Mangan and Lorraine Scanlon are joint captains of the team this year. They will lead their team onto Listry GAA Club pitch on Sunday at 12noon to do battle with an ‘old enemy’ – reigning title holders in the ladies of Southern Gaels. There they… Read more…

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