Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

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Tralee Parnells CrestOpen invitation to Race Night Sat 16th:

Tralee Parnells would like to extend an open invitation to all our members and supporter, to come along to the Fels Point Rose of Tralee Hotel at 830 pm on Saturday the 16th. The night itself will be a great social occasion and all are welcome to attend.

Online Registration

Can we ask all Parnells members who are not yet signed up, to please complete 2016 child and adult registrations online. This reduces the burden on our volunteers of manually transcribing paper forms and handling cash. To register online, simply visit

Hurley Helmet Scheme:

The Hurley Helmet Scheme is running in the South Kerry division for the month of April.This is an offer open to everyone in Parnells, where you can get a hurley, helmet and sliotar for €50. You can also order the Hurley, helmet or sliotar individually. Prices are €50 for a Hurley, Helmet and Sliotar or they can be purchased individually at individual prices. Hurley – €15 Size available – 26” 28” 30” 32”, Helmet – €35 Size Available – S M L Sliotar – €5. Please contact Parnells Officer David O’Dea or any of our club mentors, to request an application form.

Féile B for Parnells U14s:

Féile B is coming up shortly, full turn out for the next few weeks and we’ll have a great chance of making the final.

Scór Quiz County Final:

Good luck to the Parnells team competing in the Scór na bPáistí Quiz County Final. Now taking place at the Intermediate School Killorglin (Iveragh Rd. Killorglin) at 11:00 am on Sunday April 17th.

Congrats to Shane Nolan, a very popular coach at our recent hurling and camogie Easter camp. Shane Nolan has added another chapter in a storybook year so far for Kerry hurling by coming out on top with a very dominant victory in this week’s Hurling Player of the Week vote. The Crotta O’Neill’s man inspired the Kingdom to a crucial win over Laois on Saturday that preserves their status as a Division 1B team for the 2017 season. For his outstanding individual display in that match he was duly rewarded with an impressive 51 per cent of the votes cast on the official GAA Twitter.

Note From IT Tralee:

As seen by our mentors last week … 8 year old boy turns up to Parnells training for the first time Friday evening, plays a bit at home with his brother he says. He then goes and roll lifts the sliotar and strikes it over his shoulder on the run. Better still hes coming back next week. Still plenty of potential hurlers out there who need to come train with Parnells.

Under 8 and 10 Tue and Fri:

From next week our under 8’s and 10’s will train on Tuesday and Fridays at 7 pm.

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