Winner of the Lotto Jackpot €12,000, Leslie Sweeney, being presented with his cheque by members of the Lotto Committee. This picture was taken in the new Players Gym in Tom Ryall Park, Kilmanagh.
|Wed 4/5/2022||U15B HL Round 3||Ballyhale Shamrocks||Kilmanagh||7pm||GBC 6-13 Shamrocks 3-13|
|Fri 6/5/2022||U13B HL Round 3||Carrickshock||Hugginstown||7.30pm|
|Fri 6/5/2022||Minor A HL Round 3||Bennettsbridge||Kilmanagh||7pm|
|Sun 8/5/2022||Junior E HL Group B Round 3||Danesfort||Kilmanagh||11.30am|
|Sun 8/5/2022||Minor A HL Round 7||Clara||Clara||11.30am|
Thanks to all who have paid their GBC Membership for the 2022 season. Your continued support is invaluable in providing the first class facilities in Tom Ryall Park. There are a small few outstanding player memberships, please complete your registration through your online Foireann account. A player is not insured unless membership is played in full and cannot participate in any GAA activities after 1st May 2022.
If you have any difficulty with Foireann, please contact Michele on 086 1080448.
Thanks again for your support!
Graigue Ballycallan 3-15 Tullogher Rosbercon 3-9
Tullogher Rosbercon made the long journey up to Kilmanagh for this first round Under 15 Roinn B clash. This was a lively and high scoring game between the two teams that contested the U13 League Final in 2020 (Tullogher came out on top that day to win with a last-minute goal)
We are delighted to welcome back all our juvenile and adult players for the 2022 season. A big THANK YOU to everybody that has paid their Membership. Our new walkway has been an enormous success and is being used by players and members daily. Your membership includes insurance which ensures that you and your club is protected.
We have extended the closing date for all until Friday 11th of March 2022
To those who have still to pay membership your co-operation is appreciated
Please click on the links below for Membership Rates and Instructions on How to Register or go to ‘MEMBERSHIP’ section under ‘CLUB INFORMATION’ at the top of the page
On behalf of GBC I would like to thank Eugene, Adrian and Grace for the tremendous work they did last year with our teams. Sadly, for 2022 they won’t be on board with us. We have all benefited enormously from their efforts, Eugene last year, Adrian since 2019 and Grace since 2009. They have earned our respect, leave us as friends and will always be most welcome in Tom Ryall Park. Thank you, all in GBC wish you the best of luck in the future.
Thanks must also go to Micheal, Joc and Paul for their efforts with our Junior A team over the past two years. For 2022 they will be involved with our Juvenille teams. Thank you men.
GBC are delighted to announce that John O’Neill is coming on board as manager of our Senior team. James and Dougie are staying on board as selectors. The three of them are currently recruiting a backroom team and will be laying out their plans to you all in the near future. FYI, our new gym will be commissioned on 11th February.
Dave O’Neill (Chairman)
Winner of this year’s Forecast Competition, Mary Irish. Also pictured Club Chairman Dave O’Neill and ticket seller Niall Egan.
Mary, originally from Hugginstown, is a life-long supporter of Carrickshock and now lives in Ballyfoyle, beat off 2,200 entrants to come out on top and thus earns the right to be regarded as the real expert in Club Hurling in Kilkenny. Well done Mary!
We held a very successful Timber Auction on Sunday 26th September to raise vital funds for the running of our club. We had 45 loads of timber, 10 bales of hay, 6 bales of straw and a load of lime. This was made possible by our hard-working committee, our ever ready year-on-year donors along with our many customers and not least our helpers who delivered the loads to the customers homes. Huge thanks to all the above people and we hope to see you all in 2022.
GBC U13’s continued their journey in this year’s Championship with an epic Semi Final that had everything – big leads, big comeback, last minute drawn points, extra time, penalties.
It was probably the best €5 the spectators will have paid this year.
The pitch in Callan was in perfect condition and with the rain holding off, the conditions were great but a stiff breeze blowing down the pitch would help the team attacking that end.
Graigue Ballycallan minors took on The Fenians in the 1st Round of the Championship in Johnstown last Saturday 11th September at 3pm.
The two teams battled hard for the first quarter and at the water break there were just two points between the teams at 6 points to 4 in favour of the Graigue Ballycallan men. Read more
We now have the full table of results of our Forecast Competition after the final round of matches.
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Congrats to all our winners and huge thanks to everyone who supported this, see you all in 2022!