Kilruane Camogie News
Well done to both Junior squads on their successful weekend. On Saturday afternoon the Junior B team had a win over Knockshegowna in Cloughjordan, while on Sunday the Junior A team got their league campaign off to a good start with a win over Silvermines. The Junior As are in action again this weekend when they take on Thurles in Thurles Sarsfield GAA grounds Sunday at 12 noon. The Junior Bs however are not out again until Saturday 13th April.
Hard luck to Sarah Coonan, Shauna Tooher and the Tipperary under 18 team who lost to Kilkenny at the weekend.
The U14 panel played a practice match against Toomevara on Monday 18th March last. This was a great work-out for this young team as they prepare for their first championship match v Kildangan on Tuesday 2nd April. Training continues on Mondays and Saturdays. Players will be notified by text of training times.
Training for our younger panels, from under 6 up to under 12, recommences this Wednesday 20th March 6-7pm in Ardcroney. New members, from Junior Infants upwards, would be very welcome. Girls are split into groups depending on their ages.
Registration fees are being collected this Wednesday evening in Ardcroney dressing room from 5.30pm before juvenile training commences. Forms will be available on the night and must be signed by a a parent. Players are encouraged to pay their registration fee as soon as possible so that they can be registered and insured immediately to take part in training and upcoming blitzes. Fees:- players under 18 €20.00, Family membership €50. New members always welcome.
An Order of Malta First Aid course begins this Wednesday March 20th. Thanks to Martina Conroy who is coordinating this.
The clubs policy on hurls remains the same for this year. It is the responsibility of the player/parent to ensure that each girl has an adequate supply. Free hurls can no longer be given out to players in the event of a breakage. However, they can be purchased at a subsidised rate from Pat Shanahan.
Well done to Dinny Cahill who coached the successful St. Thomass club to their All-Ireland Final title.
The club would like to express sympathy to the Conroy families on the death of John Conroy. May he rest in peace.