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Kilcummin Rural Development Group

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Sympathy is extended to the family of Dan Joe McSweeney, Toremore who died recently. May he rest in peace.
Looking for something to do in the New Year with great fun, plenty exercise and making new friends then get your dancing shoes polished and come along to join John & Mary Moriarty’s class. Waltzing and jiving also catered for. Beginning Tuesday 14th January in the GAA Clubhouse. Contact Mary 087 9620135 / John 086 1579381.
Classes will be commence on Friday 17th Jan at 7pm for beginners and intermediates and 8pm for advanced. Registration will take place this Friday 10th Jan from 7pm to 7.30pm. Fee €55 for 11 weeks. Contact Mary on 087 9620135.
Your generous support of our Annual Collection is deeply appreciated. In 2020 let us all watch out for each other and report any suspicious activity in your area to the Gardaí.
Vacancies presently exist on the C.E Scheme. These positions involve Community Care, maintenance of Village and a Gardener in Killarney. It is for 19.5 hours per week. This is a development opportunity & no experience is necessary as full training is provided. Contact your local Intreo Office to check your eligibility. If interested please forward your CV to the Supervisor at the RD. Office. Full details contact John 086 1579381.
Kilcummin Rural Development Office provides a full Secretarial Service to all groups and individuals. Wedding Booklets, Assignments, Essays, Projects & C.V.’s professionally typed, confidentiality assured. Other services include photocopying, laminating, e-mail, paying motor tax or property tax online, renewing your passport. Documents for the movement of cattle can also be scanned and sent to the Dept. of Agriculture from the office. Tel. 064 6643357 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office Hours: Mon to Thurs, inclusive 9am to 5pm and Friday from 9am to 4pm.
Wishing all our parishioners health and happiness throughout the New Year. Athbhliain faoi mhaise.
Held in Killarney Avenue Hotel on Friday 27th and attended by 260 guests this proved to be a roaring success. Hosted by Tim Moynihan Radio Kerry Sport our Minor team received their East Kerry medals, our Ladies team received their County Junior winners Medals and our Senior team were presented with their All Ireland club medals by former GAA President Sean Kelly. Numerous players and mentors outlined the importance of the club in their lives and what winning in the clubs colours meant to them. The importance of culture in the club was underlined by performances from traditional musicians and Irish dancers.
Other awards on the night included.
"Clubperson of the Year" John Purcell for his work in the ongoing club development.
Senior Player of the year - Gary O’Leary
Young Player of the year - Sean O’Leary
Junior Player of the year - Paul O’Riordan
Neily O’Connor and DJ Gav kept the celebrations going late into the night.
There was no winner of the Lotto on Monday 30th December. The numbers drawn were 9, 13, 15, 21. Consolation prizes €50 Podge Gleeson, €50 Denny O’Connor, Rathanane, €50 Trevor Fleming, Killarney, €50 Jerry Dwyer, Glounacopple. Next draw Sunday 12th January 2020. Jackpot €10,800.
U-11 Blitz
Mastergeeha U11 had 27 players attend the Kerry U11 blitz in the Dragon's Den, Killorglin on Sunday. Our Gold Team played 3 games winning 2 and drawing once. No goals were conceded in the process.
Our Red Team also played 3 games with a win, draw and defeat.
Overall, our boys and girls acquitted themselves in an exemplary manner and were a credit to both themselves and their parents.
Killarney Athletic 2 - 2 Mastergeeha FC
Our first team out had a trip to Killarney Athletic where we had a number of debutants, amongst them Jack Buckley and Ronan O’Connor getting the goals in a 2-2 draw. All played well.
Scorers: Jack Buckley & Ronan O’Connor
Mastergeeha FC 3 – 4 Iveragh FC
Our other team welcomed Iveragh F.C. to Kilbrean Park, and came off on the wrong size of a 4-3 scoreline. In a close encounter, Iveragh scored first before Matthew Kennedy equalized for us. Iveragh converted their chances well going 3-1 ahead and to be fair to our boys, they worked hard getting it back to level scores. While going for the win, conceded right at the death in debatable circumstances. It was a tough game where the boys were rusty after the Christmas break.
Scorers: Matthew Kennedy & Sean McAulliffe
Killorglin AFC 3 - 4 Mastergeeha FC
In this close game, our U-17’s got the deserved three points away on Saturday afternoon. The boys started well and took the lead when Kevin Bowler crossed for Gearoid Mulvihill to slot home. After this Mastergeeha played the better and created some good chances and deservedly took the lead when Cian Foley scored following a Brendan O’Leary corner. Just before the break Mastergeeha went two up; Cian Foley scored again following some good work by the Mastergeeha midfield. In the second half the home side pulled a goal back early on and the in the 50th minute scored the equaliser from the penalty spot. On the 75th minute, Mastergeeha pushed forward and got the winner when Cian Murphy converted from the penalty spot after Roiri O’Connor was fouled. All played well.
Cian Foley, Gearoid Mulvihill & Cian Murphy
Mastergeeha FC 1 - 0 Mainebank FC
Our senior team welcomed Mainebank FC to Kilbrean Park for our first match of the year where we took the 3 points to continue our current run of form.
From the off, this was a competitive game where both sides held possession well and created a number of chances throughout. The only goal of the game came mid-way through the first half from a set piece, Gearoid Kerins stood over the ball and send it curling into the top corner where Mainebank’s keeper didn’t have a chance. Overall, Mastergeeha deserved the win on the day with all players winning there 1 on 1 battles and working hard for each other in claiming a valuable 3 points.
Scorers: Gearoid Kerins.
We held our monthly bingo in the Recreational Hall in Kilcummin on Monday, December 30th. We are grateful for the large crowd of about 100 people that joined us for the night. There were plenty of winners on the night, between the bingo prizes and hampers, there was plenty of smiling faces at the end of the night.
As this was our second event, we will continue to review how it is run and make suitable adjustments to ensure that we continue to improve the event.
Our next monthly Bingo is January 27th – Doors open at 7:30pm
On behalf of the club, we want to wish every player, coach, parent, club member and sponsor a Happy & Healthy New Year and may 2020 be a great year for everyone in the wider community.
There was no winner of the Lotto on Friday 1st January 2020. Numbers drawn were 2, 8, 15, 18. Consolation prizes went to the following €50 Seamus Darcy, c/o Patie Nagle, Mastergeeha, 50€ Mary O’Donoghue, Lacca, Kilcummin, €50 Michael Fleming, Toremore, Kilcummin, €50 Marie Cronin & Michelle Devane, Mastergeeha. Next draw on Friday 10th January. Jackpot €16,600.
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