Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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Green Clubs

Tralee Parnells are delighted to have been selected as one of forty five clubs from all over Ireland to take part in phase one of the GAA “Green Club Programme”. This programme was recently launched by the GAA and will run throughout 2021 to support clubs in running a range of sustainability projects.  The club will focus on the area of Travel and Transport. This All-Ireland initiative is being supported by Minister for the Environment Eamon Ryan and members of the Northern Ireland Executive.  The results of phase one will used to build a toolkit of information that will be available to any club that wishes to join the GAA Green Clubs Programme in the future.  On the launch night a number of clubs shared some of their green initiatives including, improving the energy rating of buildings, replacing floodlighting as well as looking after the natural habitat in and around club grounds.  Tralee Parnells are delighted to be involved in this important initiative and honoured to be the only club from Co Kerry.

Kerry Hurlers
Commiserations to the Kerry senior hurlers following their recent loss to Antrim in the final of the Joe McDonagh Cup in Croke Park. The team put in a brilliant display in a very close match but unfortunately just came up short against an experienced northern side. The teams performance is a great boost to the profile of hurling in Kerry and brings the curtain down on a very satisfactory year for senior inter county hurling.

Christmas Greetings
On behalf of the entire club and committee, Tralee Parnells Hurling and Camogie club would like to wish all of our players, mentors, parents, sponsors and supporters a happy and peaceful Christmas.  Despite the significant impact of Covid-19 on club activities in the early part of the year we had an action packed season once restrictions were lifted.  We look forward with hope, to a less disruptive year in 2021.

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