Kickham news

November 7, 2018

Lotto Results 18t Oct 2010
Jackpot 11,800
no’s drawn 7,23,25,26
no winner
2nd chance 1,000
no’s drawn
no winner
next week’s Jackpot 12,000
Draw in Lacey’s Bar

Lucky Dips
3 x 50 euro
Pauline Bargary, Ballyroe
Mary Crowe, Bishopswood
Carmel Kelly, Clonaspoe

10 x 20 euro
Michael Dwyer, Ballinaclough
Karen Horgan, Knockavilla
Margaret Hayes, Ballygriffin
James Heffernan, Garryduff
Joe Barrett, c/o W Kennedy
Anne Fitzgerald Ryan, c/o Heffernans
Aidan Slattery, Gurtussa
Marie Cummins, New Line
Diarmuid Quirke, Dundrum
Eabha & Mary Morrissey, Ballintemple
Seller: Breda Horgan

Crosco Cup Final.
Our senior hurlers were beaten by Cashel King Cormacs in the final of the Berties Bar Crosco Cup in Leahy Park Cashel on Saturday last. See match report in the Nationalist.And so ends another year for the club. We thank all those who have played, helped with teams, and supported us in any way during the year. We take this opportunity to wish our neighbours Clonoulty Rossmore the very best when they represent the division in  the senior County hurling final on Sunday week where they will face Thurles Sarsfields.

Timber sale
Kickhams GAA club will hold a  Firewood auction on Saturday the 27th of November in Pairc Ui Ciocaim Dundrum. We are asking landowners or anyone with access to firewood to donate same to the club. We are also willing to go to lands and cut up any firewood that is made available. Please contact any of the following as soon as possible Paudie Slattery 087-2214579, Tommy Hayes 087- 7934739, Kevin Farrell 087-6857564, Pat McCormack 087- 7986234, David Shanahan 087-9626114.

Family day/Sale of work

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the club a fun family day is being organised for Sunday the 28th of November in Pairc Ui Ciocaim. Many events are planned for the day including  bouncy Castles, blitz, face painting, fancy dress, Puc fada, cross bar challenge to name but a few. There will also be a wheel of fortune and a cake sale so a great day will be had by all. All involved in the club are asked to come on board to make this a very successful day.
Exhibition of photographs/memorabilia

Also on the Family fun day it is proposed to have an exhibition of all club photographs and memorabilia from days of yore up to modern times. Any photos given in will be scanned and returned prior to the exhibition. It is not just team photos we require, any shots of individuals or groups attending GAA events or parish days will also be very welcome. It is important that photos etc are received as soon as possible. Please be assured that all photos,medals, etc will be returned in same condition as received. If you have any such items please contact  Sean Breen 087-2646441 , Tommy Hayes 087-7934739, Margaret Hayes 087-2775971, to arrange collection


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75th Anniversary sponsored cycle.

Anyone who wants to see some photos of the above can go to the following webpage.

Camogie notes.
Clothing collection.
A reminder that  the bagged clothing collection which acts as a fundraiser for the Camogie club will be held at 12pm on Saturday the
30th of October in the Clubrooms at Pairc Ui Ciocaim. All clothing should be clean and in good condition. Thank you.

Craft Food Fair.

Dundrum Craft group will hold their annual craft & food fair on Sunday next  October the 24th in the Scout Centre Dundrum from 1pm to 5pm. This years fair promises to be the most entertaining and wide ranging so far. Interest from exhibitors is very good. For more details ring Michael on 062-71187. All produce must be genuine Irish and produced by the exhibitors themselves. A child art competition will again feature as will the Hospice stall.

Seniors Social Club.
It is hoped  to start a Dundrum Seniors Club that would basically involve senior citizens  meeting once a week at the Old courthouse in Dundrum for a coffee/tea and scone, for a chat, cards, art etc, if you are interested or know a relative or friend who might be interested please contact Margaret on 087 6883884.

Knockavilla /Donaskeigh Youth Club.

Knockavilla/Donaskeigh Youth Club continues every Friday night in Knockavilla Community centre from 7 pm to 8.30pm. The first few weeks have been  great fun for all concerned. The club is open to 8-12 year olds attending  primary school.