Sympathy is extended to the family of the late Donie O’Donoghue, Toremore who died recently. May he rest in peace.
KILCUMMIN BREAKFAST AND AFTERSCHOOL CLUBS
Kilcummin Breakfast and Afterschool Clubs are reopening under new management. For information please contact Jennifer O’Sullivan at 087 9663770.
SCÓR NA NÓG
Club members under the age of 17 years of age on January lst 2021 who are interested in participating in the East Kerry Scór na nÓg. Competitions; Figure Dancing, Solo Singing, Recitation, Instrumental Music, Ballad Group, Set Dancing and Table Quiz please contact Scór Officer Marie O’Leary on 087 4619954.
COVID-19 SUPPORT LINE FOR OLDER PEOPLE
ALONE manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am - 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.
BUTTON ACCORDION CLASSES
Button Accordion classes with Conor Moriarty continue in the Rural Development Office. These one to one classes are for all grades including beginners and will run under strict Covid 19 regulations. To book your time please contact Conor on 087-9698063 asap as places will be filled on a first come basis.
KILCUMMIN RURAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
GARVEYS SENIOR CO. CHAMPIONSHIP
Mid Kerry 3-15 Kilcummin 0-12. After our very encouraging performances in the club championship when we put Dingle, Stacks and Legion to the pin of their collar to beat us, expectations were high that we could give a very strong Mid Kerry team, at least, a run for their money. However, on a day when very little seemed to go right for us, the opposition's intercounty players showed their true mettle. Having reached half time trailing by just three points as well as playing against the wind, we hoped for an improved performance in the second half but it was Mid Kerry and in particular Gavin O Grady who decided the outcome with a brace of goals early on. We now must dust ourselves off, sort out our injuries, refocus and prepare for a possible relegation battle or an O Donoghue Cup encounter with either Glenflesk or Firies in the coming months. Best for Kilcummin on a day when little went right were Brendan Kealy, Kevin Gorman, Paul O Shea and Kieran Murphy when introduced. Team Brendan Kealy, Danny Cronin, Kevin McSweeney, Oscar O Connor, Chris O Leary, James Nagle, Kevin Gorman,(0-1) Sean O Leary, Shane McSweeney, Philip O Leary, Gary O Leary, Kevin McCarthy, (0-2), Matt Keane, (0-1)Noel Duggan,(0-4 F) Paul O Shea,(0-4) Subs used, Kieran Murphy, Dan Moynihan, Mikey O Shea, Damien O Leary.
Kilcummin GAA club wish to extend its sympathies to Francis Moriarty and family on the death of her father from Co Clare. May he rest in peace.
Kicummin defeated Gneeveguilla bya single point in a high scoring encounter in Rd 2 of the co league.