Castlemitchell u6 & u8 fixtures starting this Saturday V Grange, 11am kick off in Castlemitchell. Kids to be at pitch by 10.45. Remaining fixtures on Southboard website http://www.cilldarasouthboard.com/
Saturday 22nd Feb 2014
Dowling Cup Group 1
Venue: Grangenolvan, Grange V Castlemitchell at 14:30, Ref: Declan Peppard
U16 Football League Division 4
Venue Naas, Naas V Barrow Gaels at 16.15, Ref: Liam Herbert
Sunday 23rd Feb 2014
Minor Football League Div 4B
Venue: Castlemitchell, Barrow Gaels V Kilcullen at 11:45, Ref: Owen Murphy
U14 B Football Féile Group C
Venue: Castlemitchell, Barrow Gaels V Balyna at 10:30, Ref: Owen Murphy
U14 C Football Féile Group C
Venue: Grangenolvan, Grange V Barrow Gaels at 10:30, Ref: Seamie Doyle
invite you to our
"Young Mitchell's" Juvenile GAA Academy
on Saturday 15th February
in Castlemitchell GFC
from 11am to 1pm
We have girls and boys teams from u6 right up along each age.
With Garda vetted and fully qualified coaches, we will ensure that your child enjoys their experience and grows to achieve their best in our juvenile academy.
Deirdre Harris Dunbrinn 087 4131216 Alan Corcoran Woodstock 0894568353
Brian Byrne Ardrew 086 8360908 James Mulhall Bothar Bui 085 1173824
James Kelly Rheban Manor 085 7242521 Aisling Hyland Rosebran 086 1635241
Mark Wall Castlerheban 083 3341488 Steven Foley Corran Ard 087 7634672
Pauline Byrne Castlemitchell 086 1621761 Cathy Wall Cois Bhearu 086 6077871
Laura Pender Forest Park 085 7174134 Mick Brazil Goulyduff 087 1238757
Damian Groarke 086 2675974
We have representatives in each estate and areas, that can answer any question you may have and provide fully supervised transport is where needed.
Our Academy starts for those aged 4 years ,
if you cannot attend on the 15th then please contact any of the above
and you will be informed of training dates and times for your child.
The Fundamentals Coaching course will be held in St. Laurence's GAA this Sat 8th from 10am to 4pm. If you are interested in this excellent introduction to coaching please contact Damian Groarke.
Well done to the U16 lads who had a great win away to Naas in the league which gives them a place in the semi-final. The U 14s play Ballykelly in the Sheild semi-final and the U12s had a good win over Raheens in the Div 1 league. With our U6 ,U8s and U10s going very well the future looks bright in the club. The girls U16 team had a great win in the league over neighbours Rheban and the U14s are out soon in their league. Best of luck to Niamh Mulhall with Kildare U16s and the girls on the Kildare U14 panel. Check out all the underage news in our Young 'Mitchell's section
Castlemitchell U16 team opened their league campaign with a 3-8 to 2-8 victory over Roberstown today. Match report under Young Mitchells News.
The dates for upcoming Football Foundation have been confirmed for Fri 1st March
7pm to 9pm and Sat 2nd March 9am to 1pm approx. Both sessions will be held in
Athy Community College. Please contact any committee member if you are
interested. New coaches always welcome.
The GAA Feile Football Finals are taking place in Laois this year. Castlemitchell. Under 14 team are taking part in the finals. Castlemitchell GFC are delighted to host the Philadelphia Under 14 boys team in the Feile Finals weekend on the 22nd - 24th June 2012. Our Underage committee are actively organising accommodation for the visiting American players. If you can accommodate 2 players for the weekend please contact James Mulhall 085 1173824
27/02/2012 u14 Feile: Castlemitchell 6-11 v Nurney 3-4
25/02/2012 U16 League: Castlemitchell 2-06 v Grange 5-07
To book our indoor astro pitch phone 0872476570
Annual membership is now due:
Adult/Full Membership €40
Student/Youth Membership €20
Family Membership €60
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