Thanks to Kevin Fennelly for compiling all the GAA pitches in Co. Kildare on Google maps. You will never have any problem getting to a match again!! Map here>>
The Division 5 League Final against Ellistown is scheduled for Monday 24th June at 7.30pm in Kildangan. Please come and support.
Castlemitchell 4-12 v Ballymore 3-10
Congratulations to the second team who secured a place in the Div. 5 South Final with a great win away to Ballymore this evening. Scorers for Castlemitchell: Ricky Moriarty 2-01, Craig Dunphy 1-02, Jonathan Fennell 1-02, Mick Lawless 0-02, Martin Brennan 0-02, Antoine Hyland 0-01, Killian Ward 0-01, Conor O'Keeffe 0-01
Monday 17th June @ 7.30pm (ET 2 x 10mins)
At Ballymore, Ballymore v Castlemitchell, Ref Mick Spencer
Best of luck to our 2nd team in the Semi-Final. Please come and give the team the support they deserve.
We have now installed our new information board on the club grounds which informs us of the weekly club lotto numbers which is held every Monday night in the club house. Tickets on sale from all Committee members for €2. Also on the board is the weekly fixtures for all teams including venues, times and opponents. We would like to thank Deelish for sponsoring the sign.
The annual Kildare GAA Cul camp will take place from Monday 8th July to Friday 12th July at Castlemitchell GFC. The camp run by coaches from Kildare GAA is always very popular and you can book on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking or contact Mark Wall on 0833341488 for further details.
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Unfortunately our Indoor Astro Park is closed due to COVID-19
Annual membership is now due:
Adult/Full Membership €40
Student/Youth Membership €20
Family Membership €60
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