Scartaglin the Venue for Austin Stack’s V St. Kieran’s Replay

Scartaglin the Venue for Austin Stack’s V St. Kieran’s Replay

Garvey’s Senior County Football Championship Round One: Austin Stacks 0-16 St Kierans 1-13 After Extra Time St Kieran’s and Austin Stracks played out a hard fought and thrilling draw in Connolly Park in the opening round of the Garvey’s SuperValu County Senior Football Championship on Saturday evening. Replay Fixed for Scartaglin It has been confirmed…

Cordal Hosted St. Kieran’s GAA Club AGM

Cordal Hosted St. Kieran’s GAA Club AGM

The annual general meeting of St. Kieran’s GAA Club took place in Cordal on Monday night, January 23rd. 2017. The following officers were elected: President – John Breen; Vice Presidents: Jerry O’Mahony, Michael Walsh, Tom O’Donoghue and John Murphy. Chairman: Tim Dineen; Vice Chairman: Jackie Brosnan; Secretary: Jack O’Connell; Assistant Secretary: Helen O’Connell; Treasurer: Tim…

Ballymac GAA Thanks Lotto Supporters and Prompts ‘Play On’

Ballymac GAA Thanks Lotto Supporters and Prompts ‘Play On’

Ballymac GAA Club Lotto at €6,100 The lotto was held in the Halfway Bar on the 19th December for a lotto jackpot of €6,000.  Numbers drawn were 4,13,15,16.  There was no winner. Lucky Dip winners: 1. Deirdre Kearney, c/o Tom Leen; 2. Tomás Lynch, Kielduff; 3. Liam Galvin, Newcastle West; 4. Denis McElligott, Maglass; 5.…

Ballymac Seniors Progress with Hard Earned Win over Cordal

Ballymac Seniors Progress with Hard Earned Win over Cordal

Ballymacelligott 0-12 Cordal 1-6 Ballymac progressed to the Premier Junior Championship with a hard earned victory over Cordal on Saturday evening in Ballymac. The teams were level after 15 minutes on 0-3 apiece with Phillip O Connor 0-2 and Niall Ó Ciardubháin 0-1 the Cordal scorers. Shane O’Reilly, Jonathon Keane and Tomas O’Connor replying for…

Castleisland Pilgrims Follow Canon Brosnan’s Stations on Cnoc na dTobar

Castleisland Pilgrims Follow Canon Brosnan’s Stations on Cnoc na dTobar

A small group of Castleisland adventurers took themselves off down to Caherciveen on Good Friday. In doing so they were following a well lain trail by another ‘Islander’ and, in fact, an ancestor of a couple of the party. The pilgrims included: Billy O’Rourke, Jack Nolan, Tony O’Callaghan and Fr. Brosnan’s decendants, Tadgh McGillicuddy and…