It’s that time of year again, we need to get everyone registered for the upcoming GAA season.
All registrations must be completed through Foireann, the GAA have recently launched the new Foireann App which can be downloaded from the App Store. Registration must be completed prior to returning to the pitch. Please read the attached details of how to Register and also please check out our Membership Rates for 2023 in the document below:
Foireann Registration 2023
Well done to all St. Brigid’s Camogie club girls involved in their respective Leinster Finals earlier today. Congratulations to Loreto Kilkenny on winning the Leinster A Final and Coláiste Abhainn Rí on winning the Leinster C Final. Best wishes to ye all going forward to All Ireland Semifinals. Great to have so many club girls involved!
Dates for the Diary – January 2023:
Saturday 14th January: Club AGM in Tom Ryall Park
Saturday 28th January: Set Theatre, Langtons – Night of celebration for our 4 Championship winning teams in 2022, commencing 8pm. Tickets will go on sale at the AGM
Charity Walk in aid of Graigue Ballycallan GAA Club’s Charity Partners, The Samaritans, will take place in Tom Ryall Park on St. Stephen’s Day at 11am. All are Welcome!
Break out the Santa Hats and Christmas Jumpers and join us as we walk off the Christmas Dinner! All donations go to The Samaritans.
Please support this worthy cause.
MINOR, U22, JUNIOR and SENIOR CAMOGIE Round-Up 2022.
Adult camogie 2022 started with usual expectations and ambitions. A new Management team was ratified and in place for 2022. Led by new Senior Manager SEAMUS KELLY there was an air of excitement as Seamus came with huge experience and huge success with camogie teams in the previous 5/6 years at all levels, inter-county adult, intermediate, underage and colleges. The challenge laid down by Seamus was simple, to try break into top 4 at senior level in 2022 while along the way grow and improve as camogie players.
Seamus gathered a team of experienced coaches/selectors in John Caldbeck, Ann Marie Hoyne, John Kenny and Adrian Ronan. Read more
Our U19 county finalists were recently presented with new tops by club stalwart Tom Walton.
The boys go into battle on Saturday 19th November against Glenmore at 1.30pm in Thomastown and we wish them the very best of luck.
All support greatly appreciated!
Congratulations and well done to our U21’s on a fantastic victory over Lisdowney in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons U21B Final in a packed Palmerstown on Sunday 13th November. This was a very tight match and could have gone either way but the lads held strong to win the match on a scoreline of 1-12 to 14 points!
Click on the link here for Match report from Kilkenny Live!
Michael Dermody presents our U21 panel and mentors with their tops for the U21 Final. 21 Years ago Michael restructured our juvenile club and all of our boys involved in this final bear testament to his hard work and foresight
We have 2 very exciting County Finals to look forward to this weekend.
First up is U15 B Final v Thomastown on Saturday 22nd October 2022 at 1.30pm in Dunmore
Then we head to Clara for the U19 B Final v Glenmore at 4pm.
We would like to wish both teams the very best of luck and would encourage as many as possible to come out and support the lads!
Pictured above is Club stalwart Kieran Hoyne who presented the U15 team and mentors with their tops for the final!
Our last U7 training session with special guest Billy Ryan took place this week. Billy gave some great advice and presented medals to all the kids. A great year with some great games. It was fantastic to see how the kids progressed from last March to this week. Best of luck to the senior guys moving up to U9 and we look forward to seeing some new kids next year also. Big thank to the parents who made it all happen. See ye all back in the New Year!