Killenaule GAA

Killenaule GAA

U16Football, Killenaule 5-10 Fethard 1-8

Junior Hurling, Killenaule 2-12 Castlemahon 1-18

Senior Football, Killenaule 2-13 Fethard 4-7

Our U16 footballers got the week off to a good start with an easy win over Fethard. We were on top in all sectors with Pa Hannigan very strong at full back and Jack Gleeson commanding at centre. Fethard found scores hard to come by. Domnic Blake cleaned up at midfield and upfront James Doyle, Luke Trimble and Jack Stapleton got the vital scores.

Our junior hurlers had a good workout in a challenge against Castlemahon and were unlucky to suffer a narrow defeat.

Our Senior footballers got their championship off to a pretty good start with a draw against Fethard in a high scoring game. The concession of 4 goals is a concern but a tally of 3-13 is very encouraging. Best on the day was Joe Mouse, Cathal Bergin, Declan Fanning two goal hero Bubbles. Our 4 subs G Henry, Ml Doyle, A Conran and J Meagher played a big part.

Next Up

We play age old rivals in the first round of the senior hurling on this Good Friday at the later than published time of 6.30pm.

Weekend Away

Those travelling on the weekend away on the May Bank holiday are asked to pay their deposit of €20 to Joe Dwyer or Fran Conran. We are travelling by bus and the break will serve as a great bonding session.


The club sympathises with the Fennelly family and especially our treasurer Pat on the death of his father Martin.


Training will get underway this Wednesday April 4 for all registered under 6s and under 8s. It will be possible to register on the night, registration fee €20, (€30 for family). The under 8s will train on the pitch, and the under 6s will train in the sports complex. Andy Ryan, County Coach and Development Officer will be in attendance.

The Under 16s continue to impress, with a convincing win over neighbours Fethard, on Thursday night. Dominic Blake had a commanding performance in midfield, with James Doyle leading the Killenaule attack. Our next outing is a home game, against our other neighbours, Ballingarry, on Thursday evening, at 6.30. Come out and support, if you can.

Clonmel is the venue for the under 14s first outing of the football championship. Commercials are the opponents, so a tough encounter is guaranteed.


April meeting of Senior Citizens will take place on Wednesday 11th April in St Mary’s Hall Killenaule 2.30 pm

Members are required to wear their Easter Bonnets, visitors from Gortnahoe and Ballingarry will attend.


On Friday 20th April a table quiz will be held in Ardagh House at 9.30 pm supporting Lucy Connollys fundraiser CARA PROJECT AFRICA.


Moyglass Easter Ceremonies

Holy Thursday Mass at 8pm

Good Friday - Childrens station of the cross at 12pm

Good Friday Passion 3pm and Station of the Cross at 8pm

Good Friday evening - Station of the Cross at 7pm

Holy Saturday Easter Vigil 8pm

Holy Saturday - Ceremonies at 7pm

Easter Sunday - Mass of the Dawn in Derynaflan at 6am and Mass at 11am in St Marys Church


It was a very busy weekend for the club on Saturday the U18 lost the quarter final of the Waterford cup to Cappaquin the in league champions by 2-0 in Cappaquin. The girls played great soccer and held opportunities to be in the lead at half time, but Waterford keeper was exceptional. They started the second half with great momentium again, but against the run of play Cappaquin scored on a break and followed up with a second within 5 minutes. It as a dissappointing for the girls after such a great effort. Team - Hannah Stapleton, Ellen Walsh, Emer Barry, Olga Lacey, Eidin Murphy, Fiona OConnor, Edel ODwyer, Amy Pollard, Nell Trehy,

Roisin ORegan, Sophie Meehan, and Raoka Sanackova.

The Soccer Sisters Finished up on Saturday evening to great success and the club wish to thank, John and Cora Stapleton, Michael Hayes, Hannah Stapleton and Ellen Walsh for all the work put in over the last 10 weeks. The FAI Soccer Sisters Easter camp runs for this week 10am to 1pm at Scoil Ruain.

The Senior Ladies started the off the season with a 4-3 win away to St Kevins on Sunday on Sunday. St Kevins had a fantastic start with a goal in the first minute and it took a while for the Killenaule girls to settle down, but before half time Katie ORegan had a goal. Back to leave it tied at half time . The girls got a flying start to the second half with two quick goals from Edel ODwyer and Shauna Hayes, but St Kevins replied with one of there own. Katie O Regan scored a fine penalty to relieve the pressure. Again St Kevins scored another with 5 minutes to go to leave it nail biting to the end. It was a good start to the sheild, they will play Blackcastle in the semi final on Sunday.

Team - Sharon Hanley, Eidin Murphy, Emer Barry, Erin Slattery, Ellen Walsh, Aine O Donovan, Katie O Regan, Michelle Meagher, Roisin Trehy, Shauna Hayes, and Edel O Dwyer. Subs Used Aimee Maloney, Aishling O Dwyer, Hannah Trehy, and Aoife O Connor.