The Juvenile Club and Camogie Club have been busy getting ready for Féile na nGael at West End.
The finals of this Fé 14 national hurling and camogie competition are being held in Cork this year with teams from all 32 counties competing. Carrigtwohill GAA Club is one of the host venues for the matches, which will take place from Friday, 7th June to Sunday, 9th June. (Further details regarding the match schedule to follow.)
All hands were on deck on Saturday, 25th May when painting and a clean-up work was done by a twenty plus motley crew of young and not-so-young volunteers from the Juvenile, Camogie and Adult clubs. Míle buíochas to all of those who helped out on what was a very productive day that epitomised the collective spirit that is in the club.
The following Saturday, 1st June saw the old pitch being lined by Philip Kidney, assisted by his brother, Robert. Our Féile signs were fixed in place by none other than former Clubman of the Year, JJ Barry. Again, sincere thanks for their help with the ongoing preparations.