The second part of our AGM takes place this Thursday, January 18th at 8pm in the Community Hall.
Christmas came early for Carrigtwohill GAA as we were delighted to welcome Mace Carrigtwohill on board as one of the main club sponsors for the coming year. The sponsorship was launched with a fantastic welcome event in the Mace store on December 21st. Officers and members of the club were delighted to receive a presentation […]
Congratulations to the Carrig players who togged out for Midleton CBS in their 0-15 to 1-11 Harty Cup quarter-final win over Thurles CBS in Clonmel yesterday. Kiitan Oke and Shane O’Hanlon were subs on the panel and Aaron Walsh Barry started at wing-back. Liam Gosnell, who captains the side, started at wing-forward and top-scored for […]
All four branches of Carrigtwohill GAA-Adult, Juvenile, Ladies Football and Camogie-were delighted to welcome over 180 guests to Fota Golf Club for our club social night last Saturday evening, January 6th. It provided a great opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of two of our outstanding young athletes, Ciara Brennan and Aaron Walsh Barry, who achieved […]
Congratulations to Tony Flynn who was a very deserving recipient of Clubperson of the Year at our social night in Fota Golf Club last Saturday, January 6th. Tony was as humble in accepting the award as he has been in his efforts for our club over many, many years. Tony has been an integral part […]
The club held a very successful juvenile and adult Poc Fada on Wednesday, December 27th. Thank you to all of the volunteers who helped out and to everyone who participated. Congratulations to the winning team of Kieran Baverstock, Cian Buckley and Tim O’Connor. Photos can be found here Thanks to Pádraig de Búrca for use […]
There are only a handful of the 200 tickets for the Adult, Juvenile, Ladies Football & Camogie Club Social Night left. They are going fast. To avoid disappointment, please contact Caroline Dixey (087 9193376) or Conor Ahern (086 6019162) for tickets.
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The route for this year’s Poc Fada will start at the station bridge, follow along the Woodstock road and turn right past Sean Barrett’s to the T-junction. It will then veer left past Gosnells’, veer right past John Barrett’s farm to the Carrigane road, turning right to the bridge. Heading right to the village and turning […]
Well done to Padraic Hogan who took part in the Gaelic Voices for Change national Homeless Solidarity Sleepout. Last Saturday, Padraic slept on the streets of Cork City from 6pm to 6am to raise awareness of the issue of homelessness in Ireland. Hundreds of GAA members up and down the country took part in the […]