SKGAA Newsletter 15/12/17

November 8, 2018

Things are begining to wind down now for Christmas but we still have a few bits to report on. The camogie awards took place last Sunday in the Galway Bay Hotel and a great night was had honouring our teams' in one of the club's most succesful ever camogie seasons. We officially recieved our award as juvenile football club of the year last week. And finally, the U21 County football final is provisionally scheduled for next Sarurday the 23rd vs Mountbellew Moylough, so have the thermals ready and get out and support SKGAA for a final time in 2017. 

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Salthill Knocknacarra GAA Club is proud to have been named Galway Juvenile Football Club of the Year 2017. Pictured are Juvenile Football Vice Chair Norman Costello and Chair Noel Tyrrell . SKGAA Abú


Camogie held their awards night last Sunday night in the Galway Bay Hotel for U14s, u16s and Juniors. It was a very enjoyable and entertaining evening after a very successful year.  A slide show of photographs from the year  was projected on the screen as the girls received their awards providing a lot of giggles and amusement. Thanks to Willie , Cathal and  Susan for organising the evening. Thanks to Galway Bay Hotel for the venue . Thanks to Doireann for the lovely cake.  And a big thanks to all the girls for organising gifts for their coaches and helpers. Very generous. We would like to wish all involved in  camogie and the entire  club a very happy Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Coming Soon


Just in time for Christmas the SKGAA Annual will be available from mid next week. 60 pages of articles and photos about all the activities, teams, titles and players of SKGAA 2017. Our new club bobble hat will also be available. There is a huge demand for this item so be sure and get down to James in the office next week and get them before they're gone


The club would like to pass their condolonces to Mary Kelly and the entire Kelly family following the death of Mary's father Johnny last week. Reposing at St. Joseph's Centre, Killimor Friday, 15th December, from 4 o'clock. Removal at 7 o'clock to Eyrecourt Church. Requiem Mass Saturday at 11 o'clock. Burial afterwards in Doon Cemetery.

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Don't forget the Árus is the number 1 venue for children's birthday parties. Contact James in the office on 09152733 to book yours today.

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