Congratulations to Tricia and Kieran on their wedding yesterday. Everyone in the club wish them every good wish for the future.
Next order for club O'Neills gear goin in Monday 30th. No orders taken after this date. Some great Christmas ideas.
Half Zip - Training tops sizes 7/8 9/10 10/11 $31; 13/14 €36; adults €38.
Both Harris Jerseys Green or new White - sizes 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 9/10 10/11 €31; 13/14 €39; Adult €42.
Last order before Christmas to 0879760421. Payment on order.
We had a very successful night at the Kildare GAA Awards on Saturday night in the Celbridge Manor Hotel. We scooped the Kildare Club of the Year and Tadhg Fennin landed the Kildare Club Junior Player of the year.
A big thank you to everyone who helped us throughout the year, both on and off the field. Lets hope 2016 can be just as exciting and rewarding. Photos Here >>
Pictured below with the respective awards are Tom Kelly (Chairman) and Tadhg Fennin.
Our senior lads will play their final game of 2015 this Friday 13th when they take on Sarsfields in the Jack Higgins's Cup final in Naas GAA at 7:30pm. Best of luck.
Fionn McDonald's final jersey worn for Castlemitchell GFC now mounted in our home dressing room. His jersey has been signed by and is dedicated by his teammates, coaches and friends whom he represented the club with from both Castlemitchell and Kildangan GAA (Barrow Gaels).
The jersey worn v Raheens GAA in the Senior E champ semi final will now be retired in his memory.
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Unfortunately our Indoor Astro Park is closed due to COVID-19
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Student/Youth Membership €20
Family Membership €60
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