Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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Senior Camogie
Tralee Parnells adult Camogie team are delighted to welcome our newest recruit Katie Killeen.  Katie is an Offaly and Rhode Club footballer and also a school Camogie player, now working in Kerry.  Katie came along to our Monday training in Caherslee and is looking forward to getting back into Camogie with us.  Welcome Katie.

Senior Hurling
Our Senior Mens team will achieve another first for the club on Friday 11th when they make their debut in Division 1 of the County Senior Hurling League vs Abbeydorney in Abbeydorney at 8pm. Best of luck to the team and Management in the top tier of Kerry hurling.

We were delighted to welcome four new players to the Under 7’s last week, the group is growing every week.  A great training session was had by all despite the rain. Nothing could dampen their spirits. Congratulations to our Players of the week so far.
Cian Canty
Chloe Roche
Nicholas OShea
Fia Breen Moynihan
Clara Kate OConnor
This week two players stood out each receiving a player of the week cert Thomas Dwyer Diggin and Connor Long.
A round of applause to all of our young stars, keep up the great work and keep practising at home.

Kerry Camogie manager Ian Brick, gave the u12 girls a great fast paced training session in Caherslee on Saturday morning.  He was well impressed with their skills and competitiveness.

The team have been hard at work preparing for the return to competitive play. With the help of players from the U11s and U15s they had a very competitive training match in Caherslee on Friday evening.  An additional coaching session on Sunday morning was well attended and the team are looking forward to their first match against Crotta in round one of the North Kerry Hurling league.

The U15 boys are looking forward to playing Ballyduff on Friday in Ballyduff at 5:30pm in the first round of the County League.

Best of Luck
Wishing the best of luck to all teams resuming competitive action this week – preparation and training has been excellent.  Pairnealaigh Abu

Arrangements at Caherslee
We will no longer make use of the gate at Lios Carraig drive and we have introduced some additional measures in the carpark for Friday training.  Pedestrians and cyclists, please continue to use only the side gate and pathway beside the dressing rooms; do not use the main gate. For drivers,
– there is a one-way system in operation (keep left as you enter the grounds)
– the drop-off area for older players is at the kerb by the dressing rooms
– if you need to park, reverse-only into a space and use the kerb spaces if available
– if parking at a kerb, please stay within the new yellow markings
– if there are no available kerb spaces, please reverse-park into the centre area spaces
– if there are no available spaces in the carpark, there is a public carpark at Balloonagh Cross, 0.5km from the grounds
– please follow the instructions of the volunteer stewards
If you can join the stewarding rota, please message Facilities at 087-0956743. Thank you in advance.

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