GAA Social

On Friday night we honoured the Junior Camogie Championship and League Champions team, The U21 LGFA County Champions or the 1981 County Intermediate Football team in Springfort hall. The venue was superb and the music provided by silver dollar was excellent. Everybody had a great night and Cork Player Aisling Thompson was the special guest on the night as well as other dignitaries from the county board and from the LGFA.. For the 1981 County Intermediate team John Fouhy as captain spoke for the team and did a great job reminiscing about the time and the players involved with special mention for Michael Fitzgerald who is since deceased. Club presidents of the men’s Pat Fitzgerald and of the ladies Cha Hanley spoke really well also and it was evident from the night that it was going to be a very inclusive affair. Brian Tennyson spoke with great detail on the county champions win.

As everybody danced away until the early ours it was evident that every body was having a great night and so we are delighted with the support on the night. Thanks to everybody who made the journey. It was a lovely evening and everybody was delighted with the venue. Thanks to spring fort who were so helpful.


Rebels Bounty

Deadline for entry is this Thursday 30th March. If you have any issues please contact James fox or Eamonn McCarthy. There are still members who joined last year who are yet to join up so don’t miss out as you could be in with a great chance to win some money.


Festival Committee

The festival committee are meeting as we speak and there is great anticipation for the 10 day event this year which also encompasses the Corks fittest superstars day in between. Watch out for more details.



JFL Kildorrery 3 08 to Grange 0-08. Incredibly there were many guest appearances here for this match with the ever young Stevie Kent togging out on the night. The age range on the night was 18-48. The team that lined out were Liam McMillan,Stevie Kent,Will Coffee,Declan Mullins,Padraig o Flynn,Jerry McCarthy,Jack McNamara,Tiernan Condon,Timmy O Sullivan,Matthew Fitzgibbon,Eamonn O Connor,James Fox,Tom Monaghan,Killian Cronin,Davy Kelly, Mattie Walsh O Grady.

Our Intermediate Footballers played out a draw with Urhan on Sunday on a scoreline of Kildorrery 0-11 to Urhans 2-05.

Our Junior ladies scoreline was Kildorrery 1-13 to St Marys 0-04

Junior Ladies Football league 2nd round was at home on Sunday v St. Marys, Liscarroll. This was the first game for these ladies and a great performance was given by all & especially from our young U16 players, a first ever junior game for them. Final score Kdy 1-13, St Marys 0-04. Our next league game is April 9th away to St Michael’s in county league.



U14 footballers played their second game of the Rebel Og Div 1 league on Sunday against Charleville in Charleville. A fantastic performance by all. Charleville had a very strong start when our boys conceded 3 goals, but by half time they had only a deficit of 4 points. Final score Charleville 4.13 Kdy 2.08.



This Thursday night our Intermedaite Hurlers play our refixed Ballinhassig game in Kildorrery. Watch social media for details.



Our intermediate players made a presentation to Elaine O Connor who has been our team physio for the last number of years. Elaine owing to her own professional success will need to take a slight step back from the club so the team wanted to acknowledge her contribution. It goes without saying the club are indebted to Elaine and we know she wont be too far away either.


Cul Camps

Details of our annual summer cul camps for the kidswill be communicated shortly. Watch out for more details on all our communications channels.



The lotto takes place this Monday coming. Don’t forget to enter as the jackpot is a staggering €6400. You can also play on line.


Gym Update

Don’t forget to pay your gym membership if you are re-joining for the new year or indeed if you are a new joiner. All new joiners welcome. All details can be obtained from Mikey Walsh or Shane Fitzgerald.


Membership sign up 2023

Don’t forget to renew your GAA membership for 2023. Please delete your Foireann shortcut/app currently on your phone .Adult Club Members & Parents of juvenile players - Please Download new FOIREANN app on - see details below for Apple & Android phones. After downloading app, please update your profile (see manage profile). Go to Family & update your family profile, please note when paying the family membership - All children incl. Students in college must be added under the children section in the family profile, all over 18s will then be moved to the additional people section. Any queries, please give Maria Noonan 087 6657153 a call. Maria is always on hand to support where possible.


Garda Vetting

A significant number of applications for Garda Vetting applications submitted by clubs are being rejected by the bureau due to incomplete documentation. The following 3 pieces of information are required for adult vetting applications:

Signed Gaelic Games Vetting ID validation form - Page 1 only. Proof of current address in the form of a Utility Bill (no more than 6 months old) Proof of ID (Passport or drivers licence).



There is Bingo in the hall Friday night. Home bingo books on sale in the Community office ,Post office, Centra Kildorrery, and Maxol Mitchelstown. This week’s snow ball prize is €800. Thank you as always for your support.



The club is always looking for volunteers to support in any way. If you would like to become a volunteer with the club in some area please leave any of the club officers know.


Votes of Sympathy

The club would like to extend its sympathies to the families of the late Margaret Coughlan Mitchelstown and to the family of Michael Collins Main street. Also to The Kerarney family glenahulla on the passing of Mark Walsh Mallow and also to the Mcgloughlin family Kildorrery on the passing of Chrisie Mangan Navan. Our Monday night meeting was adjourned to mark the passing of all. Ar dheis daoibh go raibh a hianmneacha.


Next meeting

Our next meeting will be a club meeting Monday 3rd April at 8.30pm.

Everybody welcome.