The (2017) U12 hurling panel were presented with their medals in the Community Centre on Friday evening, 26th January. Juvenile Club Joint-PRO, David Sullivan welcomed the players, coaches and parents. He congratulated the players on their tremendous year on the field of play and urged them to keep improving for 2018, without letting any complacency […]
The Juvenile Club will hold its Annual General Meeting at 7.30pm in the Community Hall this coming Wednesday, 17th January.
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 […]
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.
Carrigtwohill GAA Club wishes all its members, officers, coaches, mentors, patrons, supporters and sponsors a happy and peaceful Christmas. We have put together a slideshow/video of the year in review, which we hope you will enjoy. Nollaig shona daoibh go léir! (A big thanks to Paul Flynn, Pádraig de Búrca, John O’Brien and Denise Murphy […]
Note to Parents: We need as many parents as possible to come along to help supervise the participants along the route. • Please wear a high viz vest. • Participants to bring a high viz vest, hurley, sliotar and €3 for cost of entry. (Please note that all monies collected will go into a collection […]
Over 60 people turned up to Carrigtwohill Community Hall last Thursday evening, in one of the bigger crowds to witness the monthly Cork GAA Clubs Draw all year. One of the main highlights of the evening was Denis and Mary Forde receiving their cheque for €20,000 as September’s top prize winners. No doubt they’ll enjoy […]
The Fé 14, Fé 15 and Fé 16 players are continuing their off-season strength and conditioning training at the Train Station Gym in Midleton. The Juvenile Club would like to thank Des Ryan of the Railway Gym (as it is also known) for the great work that he is doing with the players over the […]
The Juvenile Club had its Christmas Night out in Guilders Bar last Saturday, 9th December. A big thanks to Jim, Sam and Leah for tolerating us for the night and for laying on great music and some lovely food. We had some novelty prizes on the night with the ‘top gong’ for best dressed person […]