Weekly Club Notes

Weekly Club Notes

By Ballymun Kickhams PRO
August 2, 2020

Weekly Notes!

It is fabulous that our beloved club is slowly coming back on line, but we remind you that the emergency is not over, it’s just in a lull and is very likely to come back to some degree, so we must remain vigilant and follow the public health and the GAA’s advise on hygiene.
Each team in the club has been appraised about what is required from the players and our mentors. Please follow the advice and do our best to keep us safe. Remember, if you feel unwell, remain at home and contact your GP…. DO NOT GO OUT WITH YOUR TEAM! Follow the guidelines and keep safe.
As our seniors are playing their next game in the SFC midweek, we remind everybody about the Public health restrictions, that we are following rigidly, therefor, if you do not have a ticket for the game, please do not try to attend, as refusal of entry could cause offence. Best of luck to all our teams in action this week.
Hard luck to our ladies team who were defeated on Wednesday in the championship, no better bunch than these ladies and JP to turn this reversal around.
Our cúl camps were successfully run last week, and all in very safe, distanced and sanitised manner. A huge debt of gratitude to Gerry, Louise, Janet and all the brilliant coaches on their superbly controlled, yet brilliantly fun event.
Our monthly draw is back up and running. Please try support the club again as you always have done.
Finally, we would like to offer our deepest and most sincere sympathies to the Campbell family on the passing of Sally. Sally was an integral part of the club in the 70’s and 80’s, especially in the camogie section. Her passion for the club was passed onto her children, who to this day, are all great supporters of the club. May she rest in peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilís. Arrangements: HERE

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Club Notes”

  1. What an achievement in the modern day to provide 6 wonderful and vital players to Dublin’s quest for 5-in -a row. Kickhams should be so proud of these gentlemen you helped nurture and who are part of GAA history. Well done to all their mentors and families for being a huge part of who they are .Ballymun stands out head and shoulders above all in their contribution to this amazing milestone.

    Comghairdeas mo chairde gael.

    Sean Mc ..Boston

    1. Overlooked again? When were you overlooked before? And I’m not a mind reader, I need to be told these things before I can report them. As a club we are all inclusive and have no preference for any gender, creed, colour or sexuality etc.

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