Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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Parnells Men Host Causeway Intermediate:
Causeway led by 1.09 to 0.04 at halftime, the Causeway goal coming from Eamonn Fitzgerald with Paul Daly scoring three points for Parnells Mike O’Leary had Parnells other point.
Causeway could only manage three more points in the second half as the Parnells raised their game after Causeway made a raft of changes and Parnells found the net when a ball was struck into the Causeway square a forest of hurlers flailed at the ball but nobody touched it on its way. On a final score of Causeway 1.12 Tralee Parnells 1.10, Parnells must be pleased with this second half display against one of the strongest intermediate team in the county.

Split The Bucket Fundraiser:
Congratulations to Tim Counihan who is the winner of Draw 1 of our Split the bucket fundraiser, €200 on its way💰 The draw took place this evening in Caherslee and the envelope was pulled by U12 manager Ger Donnellan.
Tim entered the draw in Kellihers Electrical, thanks to Kellihers Electric and all other businesses that are supporting the fundraiser.
The next draw takes place Friday week.

Under 14 Boys:
Our U14s travelled to Lixnaw this evening to play the latest round of the County league.
An intense 13 a side game that finished 5-11 – 5-8 in favour of Parnells with new recruit Colm Brown scoring the winning goal.
No match this Saturday due to football Féile and the following weekend is hurling Féile.

Parnells Easter Camp:
Well done to Katyanna o Connor our under 6 players of the week and to Tadhg Slattery the U8 boys player of the week.  It was a great camp all week, with over 4 dozen young players enjoying and improving their skills with Colm, Patrice and our teenage club coaches.

Minor Boys:
Goals win games and we conceded a glut of them. It was always going to be a tough game against a quality Ballyheigue team but plenty of positives to be taken from the game. With the return of 4 or 5 key players to our minor team we can expect a positive year from this group.
Congrats to Ballyheigue who had their star men in top form on the evening.
North Kerry Minor Hurling League. FT: Ballyheigue 4-15 Parnells 0-12.

Kerry Camogie Minors in Final:
Kerry will face Tyrone in the All-Ireland Minor C Camogie Championship Final at Crettyard, Co. Laois on Saturday, 27 April at 2 pm. Good Luck to Team and Management. All support would be appreciated. Good luck all.


North Kerry Hurling Board Notice:
Co. Under U-14 Féile na nGael Hurling competition
Saturday, 27 April @ 11.00 a.m.
Details will be confirmed later.

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