Kildorrery GAA Remembers Stuart

This week the club was very saddened to hear of the passing of local man and former club player Stuart Greaves who passed away after a short illness. Before we adjourned the meeting on Monday night to mark his passing members paid tribute to Stuart who was known as an unrelenting and tough opponent and who always gave a full and honest effort. He was described simply as a great footballer who lit up the North Cork final in 1990 when as a tenacious and committed seventeen year old he played a huge role in the replay against Glanworth in Fermoy where Kildorrery were to prove victorious. To the Greaves family our heartfelt condolence. He will always be fondly remembered as a quietly spoken man whose passion for the outdoors was so evident. And if you were lucky to engage in a conversation GAA related you could see his eyes sparkle with enthusiasm and joy. He was a quietly determined and truly unique man. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilís.



There was no winner of the Lotto this week. The numbers drawn were 13, 21, 23, 26.

Winners of the lucky dips were:

  • Mary Carroll Ballyanihan
  • John Kelly C/O Ollies
  • Fionn Kenneally Aragelen
  • Will Duggan Hillcrest
  • Jack Newman Knockanevin
  • Neil Barry c/o Jimmy Monahan



Bingo continues in the hall on a Friday night at 8pm. The Jackpot is in excess of €2000. If anybody would like to volunteer to help at the Bingo on a rota basis please contact Kerena Gallagher or Marie Conner



Adult fixtures:

  • Intermediate Hurling League Versus Courcey Rovers 7.30 pm this Thursday night in the local pitch.

Ladies fixtures:

  • Saturday 11th June - U12 Camogie v Banteer in Banteer at 4pm.


Cul Camps

The Cul camps are being run from the 4th to 8th of July this year.

We are in the process of trying to find coaches for the week.

If anyone here is available for a day or for even a few hours to help out coaching you can reach out to Will Fouhy or let one of the officers know.


Festival Plans

As we write our Festival committee have progressed the festival agenda and with a variety of activity over the weekend it promises to be a great weekend. The festival kicks off with reeling in the years on the Thursday night and this looks like it is going to be a great night.We appeal to any members that have old paper clips or festival programs or any other piece of information regarding Kildorrery over the last 50 years. The festival committee would like to get it and copy it and it will be returned to them again immediately. Please contact Eamonn McCarthy or any member of the committee. Friday night sees the great Mike Denver in the Marquee and this plans to be a huge event with tickets already selling out the door. Saturday sees Abaesque and the Final Sunday will be a family day on the hill. The festival takes a lot of hard effort by the committee to make it the best it can be. All support will be greatly appreciated as we look to celebrate fifty years of festival fun.


Votes of Sympathy

Our meeting was adjourned Monday night on account of the sad passing of Stuart Greaves.Votes of Sympathy were also passed to the Gary Cotter and family on the passing of Anna, To Mary Kennedy on the passing of her partner Philip Watson UK and to Tommy Atkins Glenahulla on the passing of his brother in Wexford.


Best Wishes

Finally this week the club would like to convey the very best of luck to Eamonn O Connor and Niamh ni Fearghaill who get married in Cavan this weekend coming. The club would like to wish you all the best for the day and for the future.


Next Meeting

Monday 6th June 8:30pm.