Well Done Parnells Scór Team:
Scór na bPáistí 2017, St Brendan’s region. Tralee Parnells participated in ballad group, solo singing, storytelling, music group, and Sean Nos dancing with Alisha Daughton (Storytelling) and Caoimhe Lyons(Sean Nos Dancing) progressing to regional competition next weekend.
The Parnells children who participated were Ryan Sheehy, Orla Buttimer, Caoimhe Lyons, Alisha Daughton, Conall mac Threinfear, Sean Michael Redican, Tom Gleasure, Peter Doyle, Jessica McGibney, Oisin O Sullivan, Cathal Fitzgerald, Avril Doyle.
Well done to all who performed magnificently and thanks to the mentors and parents who helped prepare them.
There is a lovely photo of this group on Tralee Parnells Facebook. As one parent commented on social media, well done to all involved especially Michelle Houlihan for all her work preparing the children. Thanks also to Ger Reidy for his time and dedication.
Please March With Parnells Fri 17th:
All members and supporters, please contact club officers if you are available to march with us. The theme for the 2017 parade is: A Celebration of Tralee Sport. So, Tralee Parnells have been asked to bring along every available player and family member, to show the people of Tralee just how many of us locally are enjoying and supporting hurling and Camogie in this area.
Launch Night 7th April:
Our Tralee Parnells 2017 season Official Launch Night will take place at Caherslee Road GAA grounds on Friday evening the 7th of April. This is the night under 6s will join all other age groups in restarting training.
Once again this year, Tralee Parnells will hold and Easter Camp for 7 to 14 year olds. This will be during the Easter Holidays. Tue 11th to Thu 13th April, 10 am to 1 pm each day at Caherslee, only EUR25 per player, open to members and non members.
Camogie Training is back:
Girls born 2001-2007 are outdoors again! It was great to see the smiling faces Fri Mar 3, 8-9 PM, AstroTurf, CBS The Green. Please keep an eye out for notifications for next location and times.
Killarney Camogie Club:
A message from Killarney Camogie. In 2011, the Killarney Camogie Club was founded. Six years on and we are the biggest club in Kerry and growing.
Last year we had 5 girls on the Kerry County team and our international debut against the San Francisco Féile team. Looking into 2017, we are hoping to continue this trend.
To move forward catering for age groups 6-16, we need additional trainers and volunteers. Previous hurling experience not essential as internal club training will be provided.
Help us to continue and prosper by getting involved! Feel free to contact this page or David on 086-3909393 or Ceara on 086-2217774.