Jul 162015
 

Kelloggs-Cul-Camp-LaunchKellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games. Activities are Game Based – a strong emphasis is placed on skill acquisition – and are organised in an age appropriate manner with a view to:

  • optimising learning
  • enhancing friendships
  • improving physical & psychological well being
  • promoting school and club links

KEY FEATURES ABOUT KELLOGG’S GAA CÚL CAMPS: The camps are structured so that a different aspect of the game is worked on each day. The programme involves coaching specific skills of the game and the opportunity for children to put into practice what they have learned through small sided games. On the last day of the camp a “blitz” will be organised to provide each child with an introduction to competitive games.

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps – are run throughout the summer from Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 2.30pm.

Attendance is open to primary school children aged 6 years to 13 years.

What To Bring:

  • Packed lunch and  drink.
  • Hurley and Helmet for Hurling and Camogie
  • Mouthguard for Football
  • Suitable playing gear, tracksuit, shorts, runners, boots
  • Rain jacket and changes of gear on wet days
  • Sun cream and baseball hat
  • Towel
  • Water

COST: In the ROI €55 for 1st. child; €45 for 2nd child; €40 for 3rd and subsequent children. For children attending a second camp in other venues, without gear, the cost is €35.

WHERE AND WHEN: The Camp will be held in Durrow GAA grounds from Monday July 20th until Friday July 24th (10am-2.30pm each day). A few additional places are still available in our Annual Cúl Camps which start at 10am on Monday morning, July 20th. If you wish to partake, you can register from 9.45pm on Monday morning as the online booking system has now closed.

In the event that the week in Durrow does not suit, please search the website: https://secure.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie for other locations who are hosting Cul Camps on different weeks.

Mar 182014
 

trainingTraining will commence for U8, U10 and U12 teams for the coming season in early April. Team mentors will be in contact with players shortly to confirm training nights and times for the season ahead. Registration of players will also take place when training commences. Registration fees for 2014 will be €50 per child or €80 for two children in the same family or €100 for a family membership (three or more children in the same family). For further information, please contact Barry Murphy on (086) 1656040.

Mar 182014
 

Easter-Eggs-in-GrassThe Harps Juvenile Committee will be running it’s Annual Easter Egg Draw again this Easter and tickets will shortly be on sale from all Juvenile Committee members at €2 each. This is the major yearly fundraiser for the Juvenile Club and the support of all parents would be greatly appreciated. The draw will take place in O’Connells Bar, Cullohill on Easter Sunday night, April 20th, in conjunction with a Cabaret and your support on the night would also be greatly appreciated.

Jun 202013
 

HurlingThe Harps U14 camogie team under the management of Barney O’Connor and Sarah-Leigh Murphy won the county B championship on Saturday, beating Clonad in a hard fought final in Rathdowney. The Harps edged ahead in the first half and built up a good lead by half time. Clonad tried hard to get back into the game with notable performances from Sarah Fingleton, Emily Gowing and their goal scorer Rachel Fitzgerald, but found it very hard to breach a very strong Harps defense. On the other hand, the Harps were playing well all over the pitch and had players well able to break through Clonad’s defense and pick off scores. Harps Captain Jennifer Cass was the star of the show, sweeping up in the backs and supplying some great ball to her forwards and she also had a personnal tally of 1-1. Yeaneah O’Connell and Lorraine O’Dea proved to be invaluable to the Harps defense, while the mighty Molly O’Connor tirelessly ruled midfield along side her captain. But it was the ability of all of the Harps forwards to break tackles that made the difference on the scoreboard as center forward Shauna O’Dea scored 1-1, Corner forward Eimear Fitzpatrick scored 2 points, in the other corner Eimear Dunphy scored 1 point and the Harps top scorer Emily McGuigan scored 2 goals and 2 points.
Harps team;- Nessa McEvoy, Stephanie O’Dea, Yeaneah O’Connell, Teresa Fitzpatrick, Meave Bergin, Lorraine O’Dea, Meave McNeill, Jennifer Cass(capt)1-1, Molly O’Connor, Louise Walshe, Shauna O’Dea 1-1, Gráinne Phelan, Eimear Dunphy 0-1, Emily McGuigan 2-2, Eimear Fitzpatrick 0-2, Kate Campion for Eimear Fitzpatrick, Jeanne deToulgoet for Eimear Dunphy, Nicola Ryan for Louise Walshe, Meadbh Deegan for Emily McGuigan, Lauren McGuigan for Gráinne Phelan, Bronagh McEvoy, Róisin Phelan and Caoimhe Earls.