Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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She Can’t Be It If She Can’t See It: 
“Pass the lipstick” was the cry that rang out at training Friday night as some of our braveheart athletes showed their stripes on IWD. Well done especially to Caroline, Edwina, Katie, Martina & Úna for showing your daughters how it’s done: “She Can’t Be It If She Can’t See It”.  Great photo of the group online at

Parnells on the March:
Marches wanted.  All club members and supporters are asked to please march with us in the Tralee St. Patrick’s Day Parade this Sunday.  Please keep an eye on our social media for our parade starting position.

First Ever Adult Scór for Parnells:
Our quiz team did the club proud Friday evening in our first foray into Scór Sinsearach. Thank you to Niall, Chris, Stephen & Damien for taking the Tralee Parnells banner to Currans.

Junior Secondary Schools Camogie Blitz:
Thanks to Dermot Crean and there are lots of excellent team photos online of the teams who competed in the Junior Secondary schools Kerry Camogie Blitz hosted in Mercy Mounthawk this week. Five schools from Tralee and beyond took part. Aimed at 1st to 3rd year pupils, teams from Pres Tralee, Pres Castleisland, Causeway Comprehensive, St Joseph’s Ballybunion and Mercy Mounthawk took to the pitches under the guidance of Laura Collins, Kerry Camogie County Development Officer and teachers from the schools.

“We’ve gone into schools to teach camogie so we wanted to give them an opportunity to play games against each other,” said Laura.

“Pres Castleisland actually came with three teams here today. Most of them never held a Hurley in their hands before the start of the school year and now their playing games, so that’s brilliant to see,” she added.

Mercy Mounthawk beat Ballybunion in one final and Pres Tralee won another against Causeway on an enjoyable morning/afternoon for the girls.
Photos and more details online at

Tralee Parnells Easter Camp: 
Tralee Parnells Easter Camp is back and runs from Monday the 15th to Thursday the 18th of April 10 am to 1 pm. Cost for the camp is only €35 per child.
Playing equipment will be available to borrow.
Fill in this online for to secure your child’s place

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