We are entering the St. Patrick's Day parade in Athy again this year. If you would like to help out in any way please come to a meeting on Thursday (13th) at 9pm in the clubhouse.
To celebrate our 75 years, a fabulous collection of photos has been compiled by Sean O'Connor and John Wall. Follow this link to see them. Photos>> If you have any photos you would like to share contact John or Sean.
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>>
Nice feature on Tadhg Fennin on this weeks Kildare Nationalist. Read Here>>
To all our members who are injured or sick or in hospital, we wish them all the best and speedy recoveries.
Congratulations to John Keane winner of the Castlemitchell last man standing competition that was held over 9 weeks. Over 250 people entered the competition which has being growing over the last number of years. Well done also to Joe Maher for running the competition this year for the lads teams. Pictured is seller Micheal Kelly presenting John Keane with the prize money of €500. Thanks to eveyrone that entered and hope you will all enter next year.
ABBA - Mitchells
The crowds gathered in the Clanard in fancy dress to partake in what must have been one of the best ever socal events the club has ever had. From the Smurfs to Umpa-lumpas, Bosco to Tina Turner, Beetle juice to the Fonz, even Superman made an appearance! But the star attraction was the once only appearance of ABBA - Mitchells who sang their greatest hits to the estatic crowd. Thanks to everyone who made this a great night to remember. Photos >>
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Annual membership is now due:
Adult/Full Membership €40
Student/Youth Membership €20
Family Membership €60
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