If there was a prize for the loudest group, the girls would have won, hands down. Huge thanks to the Parade Committee for putting on another fantastic parade. Perfect opportunity to showcase not only Camogie but all the different activities that are going on in the village.
Please support our Easter Raffle kindly sponsored by Paul, in Mace. Fantastic Lily O’Briens Easter Egg Hamper up for grabs. Tickets On sale Saturday at 12.30 in GAA Pitch or from any Committee Member !
Under 14c League v’s Erins Own. Date: Tuesday 11th April Venue: Carrigtwohill Round 2 of Under 14c League
Our Under 12 Panel were lucky enough to be chosen to play in the Camán to Munster event which took place in Mallow last Saturday. The played against the following teams – – Shannon Rovers (Limerick – Portlaw (Waterford) – Nenagh (Tipperary) The girls faced three strong adversaries but held their own in all […]
Our first Under 14 league match takes place Saturday 8th April at 4.30pm. All players to be at the pitch for 4.00pm.
Carrigtwohill Sports Star & Community Awards July award goes to the Under 12/13 Camogie club. As we all know every club has its ups and downs and is no different for this club. Beginning the year in the county league under 12 an unbeaten run saw them reach the semifinals where they fell to the eventual […]
Dominic and Margaret celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary 31st of July. Dom had the whole thing planned with military precision – ending with a swanky meal booked at the Fota Island Hotel. Of course, they dropped into Guilders for a swift drink on their way to the hotel. One thing led to another and the […]
All club GAA matches are postponed as a mark of respect to the late Dominic Rooney. We extend our deepest sympathies to Margaret and the boys at this very sad time. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a anam.
We were delighted to finally get our U6 girls playing their first match against other clubs today in Carrigtwohill GAA pitch. Many thanks to Midleton and Castlelyons Camogie clubs for bringing their little stars down to play us. Midleton came down with enough girls to split into 2 groups to create 4 teams in total […]
The 17th of September saw Carrigtwohill co-hosting the end of season go Games Gala Blitz for U8-11 panels which is now being run at divisional level. Imokilly Committee oversaw both Killeagh and Carrigtwohill Camogie Clubs offering up their local GAA pitches to the 14 clubs under Imokilly Division. Carrigtwohill welcomed 6 teams on the day […]