Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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Under 14 players who started for Kerry:
Great chance for competitive match practice for the 13 Tralee Parnells Camogie under 14 players who started for Kerry on Saturday at the Mallow-Doneraile under 14 inter county Camogie blitz. Great to see 2 Kerry teams taking part. Every player got 3 full competitive blitz matches against group teams on the day, including Cork, Galway, Waterford and Clare sides. Well done all.

U14 Boys semi final of County League:
Disappointment for our U14 boys in the semi final of County league as we lost 1-14 to 1-09 to St Brendan’s in a stop start game. Our Lads played well enough but too many missed chances in the first half ultimately cost us the game. Best of luck to St Brendan’s in the final against Kilmoyley.

Best of Luck to David O Dea:
Best of luck to David O Dea who finishes up his Job as South Kerry GDA the end of this month to start a new GDA role in his home county of Limerick. Hate to see him go because the work he has done to promote hurling in the Tralee area in the last 4 years was phenomenal. The reaction of the Parnells players and coaches when they heard he was leaving says a lot about the man. Some reaction on Parnells social media; Definitely sorry to see him go. Limericks gain; Best of luck David, and thank you for all of your hard work teaching Hurling at CBS Primary Tralee. Wishing you all the best in your new role.

Good start to the North Kerry league for our U11s:
North Kerry Under 11 hurling results:
Wednesday, 30 June,
Tralee Parnell’s 4 – 13 Lixnaw 2 – 8.
Also Parnells 6-5 Kilmoyley 4-7 full time score.

Camogie Féile update:
Camogie Féile update from our hosts province of Connacht GAA – John West Féile na nGael 2018 – Starts Friday the 8th of June 2018.
Over 6,000 camogie players and hurlers and 1,200 mentors will be in action in less than two weeks with an estimated 40,000 people viewing the games and supporting the teams over the weekend.
• There are no playoffs in Féile. Normal rules of camogie applies.
• Please use social media Connacht GAA twitter to get results.

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