The yearbook launch planned for this evening is postponed until next Tuesday, 5th March at 7.30pm in the Resource Centre (first floor). (Note the change of venue; the Resource Centre and not the Community Centre.)
We are launching our 2019 Yearbook this coming Thursday, 28th February at 7.30pm in the Community Hall. The full colour limited edition, 78 page yearbook will be on sale (at a cost of €10) on the evening. It will also be on sale in Centra, Mace and the club shop from Friday onwards. The yearbook […]
The Juvenile Club has been offered the job of litter clean-up as an opportunity to raise vital finds for the club. The more help we get, the easier and shorter the task. It should not take more than half an hour, so please come along next Sunday and lend a hand. Date: Sunday, 3rd February […]
The Juvenile Club has won the top award from Rebel Óg for coaching excellence and best practice for the fifth year in a row by securing the Gold Category of the Benchmark 2020 Vision Award. This success is due, in no small part, to the trojan work of Coaching Officer, Kieran Brennan who ensures that […]
Well done to Carrig players John Carroll, James Mulcahy, David Rooney and Seán Walsh who were part of the Midleton CBS panel that won the Dr. Harty Cup (U19 A Munster Schools hurling competition) semi-final with an injury time goal against De La Salle College (Waterford) to win by two points, 1-11 to 0-12. The […]
Our AGM takes place this coming Friday, 11th January at 7.30pm in the Community Hall.
Happy New Year and best wishes for 2019 to all the members, officers, committee members, supporters, patrons and sponsors of Carrigtwohill GAA Club, both adult and juvenile. We are in the final stages of compiling and editing the content for our 2018 Yearbook, which is a collaborative effort between the adult and juvenile clubs. The […]
What better way to work off the Christmas indulgences than to come along to the annual long puck. Please note that as the Long Puck takes place on the road, only those players from U7 (Alan Moore’s panel) upwards and the Camogie Club can partake for safety reasons. The €3 cost will be donated to […]
Contrary to popular belief, the appearance of TV camera crews in Carrigtwohill during recent weeks was not to unearth the recent Lotto millionaire but it was in fact to search out the Grinch, who has been spotted in East Cork in the run-up to Christmas. Looking forward to seeing coaches, mentors, officers, wives/husbands & partners, […]
Please make an extra big effort to travel to Youghal this coming Saturday as the U16 hurlers seek to emulate the achievement of the U14 team a fortnight ago and bring some more silverware back to West End. Carraig Abú!