Kerins O’Rahillys GAA Club News

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Congrats to all of the girls and boys who entered our Easter competition. We were delighted with the response. It was very hard to call so everyone received a prize for their great work. Most of your prizes have been posted with a few more to be posted this week.

Last Wednesday was our first session.Each week we will post a video on our Facebook page of skills for parents to do with their children .
Each week those who send in a video showing how you’ve been working on your skills will be entered into a draw for a weekly prize.
We have had children as young as 3 years of age enter so far. Well done!
Thank you to Declan and Adam Quill for their demonstrations.
Please WhatsApp your videos to Shirley (086) 8713552.
If you aren’t on Facebook please let Adrian (085) 1500199  know and he will send you on Declan’s video every Wednesday.


We hope that you’ve all been working on your skills girls! Your coaches will post another skill for you to work on during the week. Remember to use both right and left.

We hope that you enjoyed last week’s training tutorial. Damien will send on another during the week. Thanks to Damien, Tricia and Aisling.

The ladies continue to nominate each other for a 4k run daily. Remember it’s only a bit of fun and hope that you’re all enjoying it.

Many thanks to everyone who has sent in photos. We are looking forward to seeing more over the next few weeks.
It brings back lovely memories for people of the good auld days when life was simple and we had less worries.

Over the next few weeks Susan will do a few short sessions of Mindfulness for us. Susan has been in contact with us and is looking forward to continuing her work with our juveniles and ladies in the club when everything gets back to normal.

The girls and boys enjoyed Susan’s workshops and they also are looking forward to seeing her again.

Many of us both young and old are feeling overwhelmed in these times. This is quite normal. Don’t ever feel alone, please pick up the phone and talk to someone.

Thanks to our volunteers in Strand Road for helping those in our community who are living alone or cocooning.

Thank you to our frontline workers. Without these people we wouldn’t have our essential services. These people also have families but go into work every day. Have respect for them, they are only trying to help us . We all need to support each other through these tough times.

And REMEMBER we isolate now So when we gather again No one is missing !

Sympathy to the family of Jim O’Driscoll Castle Demesne Tralee on his recent passing. May he Rest In Peace.

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