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18/07/11

posted 20 Jul 2011, 11:03 by KD Kickhams

Senior hurling.

We wish our seniors the very best when they play Thurles Sarsfields  in the Co. Championship in the Ragg on Saturday next at 4.00pm.
Your support would be greatly appreciated for this game.


County League
Kickhams 3.11 Cappawhite 2.11

Junior B Championship
Kickhams 1.11 Sean Treacy's 1.11

Sympathies.

We offer our sincerest sympathies to the families, relatives and friends of Michael Browne Cashel, late of Lisloran and Catherine O’Sullivan of Graffin Annacarty both of whom died last week after long illnesses bravely borne. Michael wore the black and amber of the Kickhams with distinction in his youth and as a mark of respect to him and the Browne family the club colours were draped on his coffin at his removal to Cormac’s Cemetery.
May they both rest in peace.
CAMP KICKHAM  2011
Camp Kickham takes place in Kickham Park Dundrum from Tuesday 2nd  to Friday 5th August.  This camp offers four hours of supervised skill coaching in Hurling and Football every day. Each participant will receive a kickham training top. Matches  and general fun and games each day with a Fun Day on Friday of obstacle course, races and lots of goodies on offer. The Tommy Kelly Memorial Tournament will finish off  the week on the Saturday. Entry requirements: All children must be paid up members of Knockavilla Donaskeigh GAA Club or Camogie Club (10 euro)  Cost of the camp is 30 euro per child, (maximum cost 80 euro per family) Closing date for applications 1st July. Application forms available from schools or Club Officers. Completed Applications forms with payment can be handed in at training on Saturday mornings
or to any Club Officer.All children must bring their own hurley and helmet.  All children must be born on or before 2004. any queries contact Paddy Fitzgerald 087-9370958     

Memberships.

Please remember with intercounty championship up & running, only paid up members will be eligible for club tickets for All ticket matches.

Scrap metal collection.


The “Free Scrap Metal Collection” in Kickham Park Dundrum  which has been a great success.If you cannot bring your metal to the collection point, we will gladly collect it from you, just contact any of  the numbers below. We would urge all members to get involved in this effort to raisemuch needed funds for your club.NO  CHARGE. Help clean up your environment, and at no cost to you.

 What we want: All types of metal i.e.: cars, farm machinery, lead acid car & tractor batteries, galvanise sheeting, gates, barrows, barrels, buckets, copper,lead,aluminium,stainless steel,bikes,motorbikes,old trailers,waterpumps, electric motors,wheels, solid fuel stoves, cast ironbath’s etc, even the kitchen sink! It is as simple as this if it’s metal and you don’t want it, we want it.
What we can’t accept: Anything that is not metal i.e.: tyres or any type of rubber based materials, glass, timber, plastic, domestic appliances  i.e. washing machines, fridges, microwaves, electric cookers, gas cookers etc ( note: motors where applicable from these will be accepted)
For details contact: Tommy Hayes on: 087-7934739. Pat Mc Cormack on: 087-7986234.Richard Moloney on: 086-8228421. Sean Breen on: 087-2646441.


 


Website

We have updated our website www.kdkickhams.tipperary.gaa.ie We will continue to include up to date results & fixtures for all clubs teams as well as all other club activities. Why don’t you take a look and let us know what you think. Tell family & friends that may be away and would like to keep up to date with club happenings.If you spot any errors let us know and we can correct them.


Kickham gearbags now in stock.

Kickham Gear bags, togs and socks are available in all sizes from juvenile to adult and can be purchased from Sean Breen at 062-71131 /087 -2646441 or Paddy Fitzgerald @ 087-9370958.

 

 

Dundrum Tidy Towns.
Well done to all who are giving of their time and effort  to have Dundrum village and its environs looking so well . The combination of Dundrum  Tidy towns, Station Road Residents Assoc and our local Fas workers can hold their heads high at the results of their labours. We hope that all  those who live in  or visit the village will respect the works that have been carried out . The judging of the tidy towns is underway throughout the country at the moment  so it is important that  the village looks its very best  in the coming weeks and months.

 

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