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If you have any items that you would like to include in the Dundrum news please contact Sean Breen at 062-71131 or email to email@example.com. Deadline is Sunday night for inclusion in the following week’s Nationalist.
We were at the county finals in Templemore last Sunday. We had a disappointing turn-out, but those that were there did well. We came away with two medals. Lorcan Carr did very well to take Silver in the U/10 200M final, after winning his heat well. In the U/10 100M, Stephen Browne took bronze, after winning his heat and coming second in his semi-final. In the U/12 600M, Cathal Carr put in a great run to take fourth in the final, after qualifying in fourth place in his heat. Kieran Browne ran very well in the 100M and narrowly missed out on a place in the semi-finals. It was a great performance overall by the lads, as the standard is very high at this level. Well done to all concerned
Well done to all who are giving of their time and effort to have Dundrum village and its environs looking so well. The combination of Dundrum Tidy towns, Station Road Residents Association and our local Fas workers can hold their heads high at the results of their labours. We hope that all those who live in or visit the village will respect the works that have been carried out . The judging of the tidy towns is underway throughout the country at the moment so it is important that the village looks its very best in the coming weeks and months.
KICKHAM GAA NOTES.
FREE SCRAP METAL COLLECTION
The final date in the Kickhams GAA Club fundraising “Free Scrap Metal Collection” in Kickham Park Dundrum is this Saturday, July 2. Strictly from 2pm to 6pm. Help clean up your environment, and at no cost to you. What we want: All types of metal i.e.: cars, farm machinery, lead acid car/tractor/motorbike batteries etc, galvanise sheeting, gates, barrows, barrels, buckets, cattle troughs, old tanks, scrap electric cables, copper, lead, aluminium, stainless steel, bikes, motorbikes, old trailers, waterpumps, electric motors, wheels, solid fuel stoves, cast iron bath’s etc, even the kitchen sink! It is as simple as this. “If it’s metal and you don’t want it, we want it”
What we can’t accept: Anything that is not metal i.e: tyres or any type of rubber based materials, glass, timber, plastic, domestic appliances i.e. washing machines, fridges, microwaves, electric cookers, gas cookers etc ( note: motors where applicable from these will be accepted) Remember if you cannot bring your metal to the collection point, we will gladly collect it from you, just contact any of the following numbers: Tommy Hayes on: 087-7934739. Pat Mc Cormack on: 087-7986234. Michael Cummins on: 087-9271260. Sean Breen on: 087-2646441, Kevin Farrell on: 087-6857564. Richard Moloney on: 086-8228421.
Just a reminder that the Munster senior hurling final featuring Tipperary and Waterford is fast approaching and only paid up members will be eligible to be entered for club tickets for this and any subsequent games.
Kickham Lotto results
The Jackpot on Monday, June 20, was worth E8,000, numbers drawn 1,20,23,24 no winner. 2nd chance E1,000, numbers drawn 15,23,25,30 no winner Lucky Dips 3 x E50, Pauline Bargary c/o Lacey’s,Michael Ryan ( c), Spafield Crescent, Fr Enda Brady, c/o S Breen. Lucky dip 10 X E20: Paddy Horgan, clareen, Charlie Sullivan, Dundrum, Breda Horgan, Knockavilla,Greeta Power, Grenane, Phelim Carbery(JNR), Bishopswood, Bertie Callinan(jnr), Dundrum, Mary Hogan, Annacarty, Ava Ryan( C), Ballysheeda, Billy Cronin, c/o M Hayes, Maureen Lee, Cahir.Sellers prize: Jerry Cahill. Last Mondays Jackpot was worth E8,200, tickets E2 each can be purchased from local shops or club promoters. Thank you for your continued support of our club.
We have updated our website www.kdkickhams.tipperary.gaa.ieWe will continue to include up to date results & fixtures for all clubs teams as well as all other club activities. Why don’t you take a look and let us know what you think.
Kickham Juvenile news.
CAMP KICKHAM 2011
Camp Kickham takes place in Kickham Park Dundrum from Tuesday to Friday, August 2 to 5. This camp offers four hours of supervised skill coaching in hurling and football every day. Each participant will receive a Kickham training top. The Tommy Kelly Memorial Tournament will finish off the week on the Saturday. Entry requirements: All children must be paid up members of Knockavilla Donaskeigh GAA Club or Camogie Club (E10) Cost of the camp is E30 per child, (maximum cost E80 per family) Closing date for applications is July 1. Application forms available from schools or Club Officers. Completed Applications forms with payment can be handed in at training on Saturday mornings or to any Club Officer. All children must bring their own hurley and helmet. All children must be born on or before 2004. Queries contact Paddy Fitzgerald 087-9370958
Last Thursday evening all three Kickham U12`s teams were in action and came out victorious. Cappawhite were the visitors to Dundrum with A and C teams playing very well. The B team travelled to play Arravale Rovers and had a good victory.
Our U8`s travelled to Cashel on Saturday for a blitz and won all their matches. Congrats to all three U8 teams and their mentors. Training for all teams at usual times.