Kickham news

November 7, 2018

Co Board Draw.

This Years County Board draw celebrates 25 years and there are fantastic prizes to be won, including 2 cars every month.The first draw is on the 18th of May and we would ask all our promoters to try and make a special effort to get out early and make it a success as 50% will come back to the club. If any one wants to join you can contact any club officer or Lar Na Páirce on:0504 22702 and nominate Kickhams as your club. 


West Junior B Hurling championship
Kickhams 1.17 Cashel 2.09

Senior Hurling co League
Kickhams 1.16 Boherlahan 1.13



Last call please pay outstanding membership fees as soon as possible. Contact Margaret Hayes, Michael Shanahan or any club officer to pay same. You are not covered by insurance until membership is paid. Adult players 50 euro, U18 10 euro, Non player 25 euro.Also Inter county tkts draws will be on soon everyone who wants to be in draw must have their membership paid.

Kickham Gear.

We have just got this years order of Kickham togs from Juvenile to Adult as well as Socks and Kickham Gear bags in Small and large, For details ring Sean on 087-2646441     

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Knockavilla National School
U-13 boys school team defeated Mullinahone on Monday 21st May to top our group before going down to Powerstown in the semi-final on Wednesday 16th, they played very well and the school is very proud of all involved. We wish Powerstown all the best in the county final.
The U11 team played their second blitz on Thursday 24th  and won all three games against Powerstown, Boherlahan and finally the decider against Clerihan NS, the boys had to win to secure a place in the final , which they did in the glorious sunshine of the day. They now qualify for the county final to be played on 7th / 8th June in Semple Stadium. All support welcome on the day to cheer on our school team.
Apart from sporting achievements, we have a group from Ms Luddys class heading to Dublin on 7th June to represent their class in the National final of Xperience Engineering 2012 with their project on Smart energy and our local wind farm in Glenough. Many thanks to ABO wind Ireland for opening the wind turbines for a tour and to Professor Liam Noonan of Tipperary int. for his talk on the topic in the school.