Kildorrery Welcome St Nicks

Kildorrery Intermediate Footballers welcomed St Nicks to Kildorrery for the final league game of the season on Sunday, 18th June. This was a very enjoyable open game of football. Kildorrery dominated the first half and lead 7pts to 2 at the short whistle and but for some wayward shooting and intercepted passes,could have had a much bigger lead.

The second half continued in the same vein with Kildorrery again on top in most areas and won well on the scoreline of 1-12 to 1-7 with St Nicks scoring a goal with the last kick of the game.

The last few games will give the players and mentor good encouragement going forward and we wish them well in the games ahead.

Team: Tony Watson (0-01) 45, Conor Kent, Cormac O Baoill, Fintan Daly, James O'Sullivan 0 -02, James Keating, Sean Watson (0-02) Peter O'Brien (0-01) Pearse Piggott (0-02) Kieran Hurley (0-01) William Fouhy (1-03) Darren McNamara, Cathal Harrington, David Kelly, Ian Butler,

Subs : Shane Fitzgerald, Eoin Hartnett, Cathal O'Sullivan, Declan Mullins, Liam McMillian, Paddy Piggott.



The Lotto takes place again Monday night and the jackpot will be a healthy €3800. Thank you for your support as always.


Adult Fixtures

Check out social media outlets for Match fixtures this week.


Name Our Shop Competition

Congrats to Cormac Nelligan who was the winner of our name our shop competition with his entry ‘’The Match Hatch Café’’….well done Cormac and to all the boys and girls who entered.


Juvenile News

The exams are over!!!

Well done to all our club members who completed the junior & leaving cert exams. Roll on the summer, training & matches for you all.

The School Musical ‘Hard Knock Life’ took place over last Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings. Huge congratulations to all our juveniles that took part in this fantastic production. We have amazing talent on and off the pitch. Well done to all involved.

Our fixtures are quietening down a bit, but the pitches are as busy as ever with intense training schedules every evening.

Our U14 boys were disappointed to lose out to Liscarroll Churchtown Gaels on Friday evening in the football league semi final. The players gave a great account of themselves but luck wasn’t on their side on the day.

Our U13 Camogie girls were also disappointed to loose out to Banteer on Sunday in a league semi final. A great team performance was given by the girls in very warm conditions. Onwards and upwards.

Our U12 girls had a great victory over Araglen Desmonds Bui on Monday night in the North Cork Final in Kildorrery. Due to the new rules & restrictions in relations to U12s on social media, there was no pictures taken of the presentation with the team & the shield. Congratulations girls on a fantastic performance & especially to all the coaches & mentors involved.

Our U15 girls are participating in an Avondhu region summer football league for the first time. On Monday last they lost out to St. Mary’s in Liscarroll after a tough physical game and one where the final score didn’t reflect the closeness of the game. We had a number of very young girls from the U13 group, who gave a super account of themselves. The girls played Mitchelstown on Monday last in the 3rd round and had a marginal win by two points after a very close and entertaining game of football. Pictured below after the game.

Our Mothers & Others took part in the Annual Munster Blitz in Mallow Gaa complex last Saturday. What a fun day out and they ladies avoided the heavy downpours. Well done to all involved.


Juvenile Fixtures

  • U14 boys hurling league semi final v St Dominic’s on Friday 23rd June in Shanballymore
  • U16 Camogie league quarter final v Banteer on Wednesday 21st June in Banteer at 8.15pm


Club meeting

On Monday we held a joint meeting of the committees to discuss progress around certain areas of the club.


Festival Plans

As the festival draws close there is great excitement in the air with a packed agenda for the festival. The festival committee is busy as we speak putting the final touches to what will be a great few days. If you would like to get involved please reach out to any of the festival committee.

Cul Camps. Are you over 18 looking for some work for a week?

Cul camp registration is now complete. We are still looking for over 18 year old coaches for the club this summer. If you are interested please contact Caroline White.



There is Bingo in the hall Friday night.The Jackpot is now €1850. Home bingo books on sale in the Community office ,Post office, Centra Kildorrery, and Maxol Mitchelstown. This week’s snow ball prize is €1400. Thank you for your support as always.



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.



Congrats to Will Keating and Mary Anne who got married at the weekend.


Next Meeting

Our next club meeting will be a club meeting Monday night 26th at 8.30pm. Everybody welcome!!