SKIBBEREEN & West Carbery Golf Club celebrates its 80th Birthday in 2015. Working closely with the Confederation of Golf Ireland, the umbrella body of the GUI, ILGU and the PGA, the club has developed new strategies to showcase its fantastic playing facilities and to attract new members of all ages to the club.
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
ASM Frostbite Series 2015 KYC, Day 5 The forecast for the penultimate day’s racing indicated that there may not be any racing as winds of up to 40 knots were predicted. Many competitors failed to show up as they were convinced that racing would be abandoned.
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
Kilbree instrumental group placed second in Scor na bPaisti Final The Scor na bPaisti West Cork final took place in Ballydehob, last Sunday afternoon. Kilbree hurling club had three acts that qualified for the final: Rince Foirne Mary Murphy, Rachel Deasy, Caoimhe Murphy, Heather Brimble, Rebecca Hurley, Sinead O’Sullivan, Orlaith Kirby and Orlagh O’Neill Callanan.
Ardfield Rathbarry Parish Party A party has been arranged for the Ardfield Rathbarry community to mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of GalleyFlash Rowing Club. This is a party for everyone; rowers, former rowers, supporters, sponsors and the general community. It gives the people of the area the opportunity to celebrate the phenomenal success that has been enjoyed by a club from what is one of the smallest parishes
County Rochestown Park Hotel Division 1 FL 15/02/2015 Douglas 1-9 vs 3-14 Castlehaven Valley Rovers 0-4 vs 0-9 St Finbarrs O Donovan Rossa 3-6 vs 0-9 Carbery Rangers 13/02/2015 Clonakilty 0-5 vs 0-7 Bishopstown Division 2 Football League 15/02/2015 Dohenys 0-12 vs 0-6 Nemo Rangers Macroom 0-11 vs 0-13 Ballincollig 13/02/2015 Kiskeam 0-15 vs 0-15 Beal Athan Ghaorthaidh Division 3 Football League 15/02/2015 St Michaels 2-12 vs 1-8 Kinsale Cill
Saturday, 14 February 2015 O’Herlihy Bacon U18 Group A Skibbereen 2 Riverside Athletic 2
U21 Footballers bow out of Glenville Plate The U21 footballers lost out to a stronger Inniscarra team on Sunday last in semi-final of the Glenville Plate. The final score was Inniscarra 3-13 to Kilmeen’s 1-05. The Kilmeen team included: William Tyner, Oige Scannell, Liam O’ Brien, Brian Keohane, Kevin Keohane, Jonathan Deasy, Barry Kirby, Sean Deasy, Liam Daly, James Clancy, Finian Deasy, Cian Mc Carthy, Joseph O’ Donovan, Darren Santry,
Kilmeen Kubs action continues in Kilmeen & Kilbree GAA Hall The junior classes (junior infants – second class) continue with hurling and football training on Friday mornings, in Kilmeen GAA hall. A bus has been organised to transport the children from Kilmeen NS to the hall. It is incredible how much the skills of these children have developed in a six weeks. These children will be well prepared for