Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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Friday evening in Caherslee was again abuzz with activity with everybody enjoying the long overdue warm sunshine.  Many of the older age groups focused on tactics and strategy in preparation for the return to competitive matches next week.  New players are always welcome at all age groups and pre-sanitised equipment is available to borrow from the club for the first few weeks.  We ask that everybody continues to complete the health questionnaire before each training session or match.

Feile Skills competition
Congratulations to Dan Maloney who won the Tralee Parnells U15 Feile Skills competition held in Caherslee last Saturday. Dan will now go on to represent the club at the County Final in Austin Stacks Park on Tuesday 8th June. There were some great skills on display and it took an “extra time” tiebreaker to separate Dan and Oisin O’Sullivan who finished level on points after completing all six skills. After repeating the ground cuts, Dan managed to successfully convert one of his shots and with it earn the coveted place in the Final. Well done to all the boys that took part and we wish Dan the best of luck in the Final.

The team are training well and looking forward to the county league matches starting on June 13th. Currently Jack Doyle, Darragh Maloney, Colm Brown and Rory Reen are also training with the Kerry u17 team.  Congratulations to Jack who has also been called into the Kerry u17 football squad.

Go Games Referee
Kerry GAA are looking for referees (U16+) to referee U11 Go Games. Participants will only be required to referee their own club’s home games. It would be great to get some volunteers from Tralee Parnells who would be interested. An information session will be held in Abbeydorney on Friday evening 4th June.  Contact any member of the club executive or team manager if interested.

Tralee Parnells Hurling & Camogie Club would like to extend our sincere sympathies to John Palmer and his family on the recent passing of his wife Samantha.  John was a coach, mentor and a member of the club Executive for many years.  Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis.

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