Club News 18/04/14

November 7, 2018

Sponsored Cycle
A Family Sponsored Cycle over two routes to suit all Cyclists takes place on Saturday 24th May. A 30km Circuit for Families & Kids and a 70km Circuit for Adults. Food stops in Kill for both routes. €10 Entry Fee and €20 for families. Departing Ballyduff GAA Field at 2,30pm Registration from 1,30pm. Barbecue & craic in Haughton’s Pub afterwards.
Minor Football County Champions
Ballyduff / Kilmacthomas 3-10 to St Patricks 0-07. This was a great result and the victory was never in doubt. Well done to all involved. Great to have a few more county medals back in the parish. Check out our Facebook page for lots of pictures from the victory.
Hurling Fixtures
Eastern Hurling League May 20th@ 7pm Ballyduff Lower V Clonea in Tom Cheasty Park. Junior Hurling Attached (B) May 23rd@ 7pm Dunhill v Ballyduff Lower in Dunhill.
U10 Hurling
Our U10s had a good win away to Tramore this week. Jack O'Donnell was outstanding with a personal tally of 6-2. He was ably assisted in midfield by Sean Fitzgerald (0-1) and Cormac Bolger. In defence well done to Michael O'Conner, Luke Gooney, Alex Reade, Oisin O'Neill and Tom Kennedy. Our forwards Eoghain Power, John Paul Smith, AJ Bowman(0-1), Billy Cuddihy(1-1), and Killian Dobynn battled hard all game. Keep up the good work!
Girls Football U12.
Our girls started the year with a great win over Comeragh Gaels in a challenge game on Saturday morning. New girls between 9 and 12 are always welcome. Training again next Saturday morning at 10.30.  
Ballyduff GAA Club Lotto
Results from the draw held Sunday 18th May. There was no winner of the 8300euro jackpot. The numbers drawn were 08, 24, 25 & 26. 50euro lucky dip winners were Tom Power, Mick Sullivan and Dick Murray. Next draw takes place in O’ Donnachas on the 1st June. Jackpot will be 8450euro. Thanks to all for the great support.
Kellogg's Cul Camp
Ballyduff Lower Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camp will run from 30th June to 4th July, 10am to 2.30pm in Tom Cheasty Park. It’s open to all boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 13. Cost is €55 for 1st. child; €45 for 2nd child; €40 for 3rd and subsequent children and includes Camp Kit and Bag. To register for Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps go to
Camp for 4/5 year olds
Ballyduff Lower GAA is hoping to run a camp for 4/5 year olds from 2-4 July to coincide with our Kellogg's Cull Camp, if we get enough numbers. The camp will run from 12-2.30pm and cost is €24. If you wish to order a Cul Camp Kit there will be an additional cost of €20. Contact Jenny Dempsey for further details.