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23 05 2011

posted 24 May 2011, 04:41 by KD Kickhams

Senior Hurling.
Our senior play Cappawhite in the 3rd round of the West senior hurling championship on next Saturday evening in Leahy Park Cashel, throw in @ 6pm.
We wish the lads the very best in their efforts and we ask all our supporters to come along and give them plenty of support.
The Senior's also had a win over Boherlahan in the county league last Sunday 3.10 to 0.15

Junior (A) Hurling.

Kickhams junior (A) hurlers continued their recent impressive form with a good victory over Clonoulty Rossmore in Sean Treacy Park on Saturday evening last. Despite the threat of rain the Sun actually graced us with an appearance and hurling conditions were ideal. Kickhams fielded a strong looking line up with a wealth of experience in most positions and this proved vital in the final outcome as any time that
the Clonoulty lads threatened to get into the game, scores were taken at the other end to  keep the lead ticking over. The halftime score was Kickhams 1-8 Clonoulty Rossmore 1-2. Two goals mid way through the second half killed this game as a contest and Kickhams were deserving winners on the score 3-11 to 2-4. Kickhams team and scorers. Fergal O'Brien, John O'Brien, David Shanahan, Rory Heffernan, Eoin O'Brien, Rory O'Dwyer, Padraig Morrissey, Niall O'Brien, James Shanahan, Alan Horgan(0-2), Aidan Heney (0-1), Michael O'Brien (0-3), Kenneth Horgan(0-1), Fergal Horgan (1-4), Conor Horan(2-0), Subs used Kevin Farrell for David Shanahan(injured), Damian Hayes for Kenneth Horgan(injured).

Trespass in field.
We would ask that  those who  are trespassing in the field  and car park when the gates are locked to please stop this practise, climbing high walls / fences etc is not a safe activity and last Sunday a young child who somehow climbed or was lifted in, was locked inside the field and could not get out.
Parents are asked to keep an eye on what their children are up to as Kickhams GAA Club cannot take any responsibility for any possible injuries received from climbing an 8 foot boundary wall into private property. Not many responsible people would want someone clambering over their backwall, especially
if they had not got permission. There has also been some vandalism within the property in recent times and the appropriate authorities have been notified.
Please note that when the field is open all are welcome.

Scrap metal collection.

Knockavilla/ Donaskeigh Kickhams  will hold a  free scrap metal collection day in Kickham  Park on these dates: Saturday  21st& 28th of May. Saturday the  4th of June and Bank holiday Monday the 6th of June. Strictly from 2.00pm to 6.00pm each day.No charge.Help clean up your environment,
and at no cost to you. We are operating as agents for a fully licenced operator. 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.


Co. Board Draw.

Think back to last year, especially September and those great victories and joyous celebrations in Croke Park and Semple Stadium. Well it takes a lot of effort both physically and financially to provide the proper structures throughout the Premier County at all levels from schools to clubs  right through to County teams, to reach those heights witnessed in September last. And now you have the opportunity to keep Tipp at the top , all you have to do to play your part is join the Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw which has ½ million euro prize fund, It’s a 12 monthly draw which costs 100 euro or 10 euro per month (2 months free). There are fantastic prizes including Cars, cash prizes,TVs, holidays etc each month and better still your club receives 50% ie 50 euro back  so you are helping at all levels. The draw fund returns in excess of 1 million to clubs and contributes large sums to coaching and games development throughout the County and your help is needed more than ever to ensure that  this funding continues. Club promoters will be visiting homes in the Parish over the coming weeks before the first draw which will be held on Friday the 20th of May and you can make up your mind at that time. Thank you for your continued support of our club.


Memberships.

We are again asking all players, mentors and supporters to please pay up their membership fees for this year.The day to day running of any club in these times is an onerous one and surely the very least that should be done by indiduals is to pay their membership to help maintain the status quo. Those players that have been injured over the years can testify how important it is to be insured, especially when
surgical intervention is necessary. Please contact Margaret Hayes, Michael Shanahan, Richard Moloney or any Club Officer ASAP. Thank you.


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.


Knockavilla/ Donaskeigh Kickhams Camogie Club Notes.

Sympathy.
Knockavilla/Donaskeigh Camogie Club  extends its deepest sympathies to Mairead & Kieran O’Dwyer and Family Deerpark on the recent death of Mairead’s father Jack Hourihane late of Reenascreena Rosscarbery Co Cork. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
 

The Camogie club will hold a bagged clothing collection fundraiser which will take place in the Kickham clubrooms on Friday the 3rd of June at 7pm. Please support.


Dundrum Tidy Towns.

Dundrum tidy towns is still working away, at the moment we are trying to get as much colourful flowers around the village as we can, this includes  replanting some existing beds and shortly we hope to get some nice hanging baskets on the go, anyone who would like to donate plants please contact
087 6883884. As usual we are meeting on tuesday nights at 7pm at the Garda barracks, never too late to volunteer and please remember to think Tidy.

COMMUNITY GAMES.
Parish Sports Day.
Our local parish sports will be held on Wednesday  the 1st of June in Dundrum at the track at the Scout hall.
The county finals will be held in Templemore on June the 26th.

 

FITKIDS

Fitkids Classes will take place at Dundrum House Leisure Centre in May & June 2011. Fitkids Classes are active fun Classes for kids aged from 2-12.
Classes include Tumbling and gymnastics circuits,ball skills, active agility games, kids yoga and parachute fun. Contact the Leisure Centre on 062-71222
for class times, dates and prices. Visit www.fitkids.ie for further information on classes.

 

Knockavilla graveyard

Tipperary S.R. County Council wish to announce that the purchase price for a grave space in the new graveyard in Knockavilla for 2011 is now
priced at €600. This price is also subject to a VAT rate of 13.5% which brings the final price to €681.

 


 

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