We send our condolences to the family and friends of James 'Jimmy' Fennelly. Our thoughts are with you at this time.
Suaimhneas agus Síocháin dó.
Castlemitchell GFC know how to throw a party !! What a night !!Big thanks to everyone who made last night possible from the development committee the volunteers the singers, the builders and to eveyone who came last night. Safe to say a great night was had. Ger Donnelly cut the ribbon and kicked the first goal, the local parish priest Fr Frank McEvoy blessed the building, Brendan Dunne kept the bar stocked, Mrs Prior, Kevin Morrin,Peadar Doogue (and friends) Jacko Maher and DJ GintyC kept us all entertained, Dom Watchorn and Kevin Wright were busy flippin burgers which were kindly donated by Nolans of Kilcullen and of course the Castlemitchell community came together and celebrated in style, country and western style. Lots of pictures now on our facebook page thanks to Aisling Hyland
Castlemitchell welcome Milltown from Westmeath to our pitch for the first round of the Leinster Junior Football Championship on Sunday 25th at 2pm. Click here for pitch location.
It is with deep sadness that we have learned of the untimely passing of our player Fionn McDonald. Fionn moved to Castlemitchell GFC a number of years ago and has been an integral part of our club since, both at underage and senior levels.
We'll remember Fionn as kind, gentle and caring person.
Our deepest sympathies go out to his family and many friends at this time.
Suaimhneas agus Síocháin.
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