ORGANIC GARDENING AND HORTICULTURAL COURSE
Kilcummin Looking Good with the support of Kerry ETB Community Education plan to run an introductory course on Organic Gardening and Basic Horticultural Skills in Kilcummin village over 18 weeks commencing Thursday 21st February from 1.30 - 3.30pm. If you would like to reserve a place please contact Paula on 086-3667514.
NIGHT CLASSES AT KILLARNEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Kilcummin Comhaltas’ Singing Classes continue each Wednesday evening commencing at 6.45pm. Please ring/text 087 1191353, limited space still available.
SULT NA NÓG
Sult na nÓG competition will take place on the weekend 2nd & 3rd March. Entry forms for musicians and singers are available in the Rural Development Office and must be returned to Helen at the office by February 1st. The age groups are U9, U11 and U13. Rules and guidelines are also available in Office.
JUNIOR SET DANCING
Junior Set Dancing continues every Friday January in the Recreational Hall at 7pm for beginners and intermediates and 8pm for advanced. For full details please contact Mary on 087-9620135.
Storytime for children will continue at Killarney Library on Saturday January 26th at 10.30am. Free admission.
PART TIME COURSE FOR VOLUNTEERS AND PROFESSIONAL WORKERS
A DAY OF MINDFUL NOURISHMENT
SHEP One Day Course ‘A Day of Mindful Nourishment’ will take place from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 2nd February in the SHEP Office, Park Rd. The cost is €25. Further information from Deirdre 087 7728089.
Valentine’s 5K promoted by Gneeveguilla Athletic Club in the Demesne Killarney on Saturday February 9th at 11.30am. Fee €10 or €5 for all students.
Kilcummin GAA club will take part in "Ireland Lights -Up" at their new Walking Track on every Thursday night for 5 weeks until February 21st. The track will be lit from 7pm-9pm and everyone including non-members are welcome. People can walk for as long as they like between those two hours but must register first at the clubhouse. Dogs are not allowed for health and safety issues. Come and enjoy the nights and bring a friend.
“Kilcummin’s” ladies football club will field a senior team this year. Anyone (aged 16yrs and up) interested in playing should contact Denny Connor on 0879061227 or Donal Hannigan on 0879697171. New players always welcome.
There was no winner of the lotto on Friday 18th of January. Numbers drawn were1,21,27,28. Consolation prizes €100 J&E Coffey, c/o Martina Lyne, €30 Aisling O’Donoghue, Lacca, Kilcummin. €30 Mary Moynihan, c/o Brady. €30 John & Bridget Egan, c/o Patie Nagle. Next Jackpot €6600.
U12 Div 1
Mastergeeha 3 Kenmare 3
In the close game the boys lead two nil at the break with James O Connor and Ronan Mc Carthy getting the goals. In the second half the visitors battle back to lead with 10 minutes remaining. In the closing stages the boys push forward and got a deserved point when Ronan Mc Carthy scored again. All did well.
U12 Div 2
Mastergeeha 1 Iveragh 2
In this game the boys played top of the table south Kerry side. Dylan Cronin opened the scoring in the first half but Iveragh equalised before the break. Early in the second half the visitors took the lead. After this Mastergeeha pushed forward with Matthew Kennedy and Sean Mc Aulliffe going close.
U14 Div 2
Mastergeeha 5 Kilorglin 3
The boys had a good win at home on Saturday afternoon. Leading 3-1 at break with goals form Cian Murray, Jack Fogarty and Connie O Connor the boys pushed on in the second half. Diarmuid O Neill crossed for Euan Evans to score and Gavin Cronin passed with David O Riordan finishing well. All played well.
U16 Div 1
Killarney Athletic 0 Mastergeeha 0
In this local derby the both sides created chances with Kevin Bowler going closest with a free kick for Mastergeeha.