0°C Can't get any data. Weather



Kilmeen GAA notes

Successful weekend for U21 & U16 footballers!   U21 Football Championship   The Kilmeen U21 footballers opened their championship campaign on Friday evening last against Tadgh Mac Carthaigh. This was a very close and tense affair with Tadgh Mac Carthaigh having the better exchanges in the first half. Trailing by four points at half time, Kilmeen created better scoring chances in the second half and the teams could not be

GAA results weekend March 6th-8th

County Division 2 Football League Newmarket 4-8 vs 0-12 Dohenys Division 3 Football League Castletownbere 0-9 vs 0-9 Cill Na Martra Division 1 Hurling League Ballinhassig 1-12 vs 0-13 Bandon Newcestown 2-16 vs 1-10 Kilworth Division 2 Hurling League Kilbrittain 2-14 vs 2-18 Carrigaline Valley Rovers 2-11 vs 2-11 Castlelyons Division 3 Hurling League Aghada 0-11 vs 0-11 Ballygarvan 07/03/2015 Junior A Football League Group 1 Aghinagh 1-10 vs 0-8

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA notes

Dates for Easter Camp & Cul Camp announced   The club’s Easter Camp will take place this year from 7th-9th April, in Rossmore. The inaugural event last year was a huge success with over eighty children taking part.   The annual Cul Camp will take place form 20th-24th July (inclusive). This event has been growing from strength to strength over the past number of years. Last year over one hundred

Skibb team heading for European Youth Rugby Festival

THE Skibbereen  under  13 team have been invited to participate in the Terenure 13’s European Youth Rugby Festival which is happening on the weekend of  May 2nd to 4th .  This Is a fantastic opportunity as they will get the chance to compete against teams from different parts of Ireland and Europe, thus allowing them to embrace different languages, cultures and styles of rugby first hand.  The festival is a professionally organised

Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Notes

Junior Footballers get season off to a good start!   Kilmeen travelled to a wind-swept Newcestown on Saturday 21st February to start their 2015 junior football league campaign and played with a strong wind in the first half. James Clancy opened the scoring with a converted free in the first minute of the game with David O’Donovan scoring a well-taken point in the third minute. Scoring was at a minimum

West Cork success at surf life saving championships

WEST Cork was well represented on the Cork Surf Life Saving team at the National Stillwater Championships 2015 in Limerick with representatives from Dunmanway and Clonakilty taking part. Cork Surf Life Saving finished second overall behind Co. Clare beating off still competition from Donegal, Wicklow and Waterford at the National Stillwater Championships held at the University of Limerick 50m Pool on Valentine’s Day. A team of 39 Junior, Senior and