U16 Football: Killenaule 4-6 Grangemockler 1-9

Minor Football: Killenaule 2-7 Cahir 2-8

Senior Hurling: Killenaule 3-21 Golden 0-12


Our U16 footballers opened their campaign with a nice win over Grangemockler away from home. This team is showing a nice bit of potential and could well have a say in the later stages. It was nice to see a few of our U14’s involved. Best on the day was Domnic Blake, Luke Ryan, Jason Ryan, Paudie Feehan and our goalie Jamie Carey. Our minor footballers showed a big improvement on their last performance and can count themselves unlucky not to have won. We squandered some great scoring chances towards the end when a little bit more composure was needed. Best on the day were Denis Fogarty, Jonathan Yeats, Tomas Keavney, Adam O Connell, Jimmy Feehan, James Doyle and Gregory Henry. Our Senior hurlers continued their good run of results in the county league. With the first round of the championship against Swan just round the corner the competition for places is hotting up. Our forwards are putting up good Tally’s and our defence is getting meaner so things are looking up. Best against Golden were T Doyle, Mouse, P Codd, C Bergin, Bubbles ,Festy, Declan, and Gerry Kennedy.

Up next

We play Fethard this Saturday, March 31, in Monroe at 4.30pm. Players to be notified at training. It is hoped to have a challenge for our junior hurlers also this weekend.


With the stretch in the evenings all training will take place in the hurling field from now on at 7pm on Tuesday’s and Friday’s. A full turnout is needed if we are to compete for honours on all fronts

Weekend away

We have been invited to Ballyheigue to compete in a senior hurling tournament on the May bank holiday. Anyone interested in travelling should contact Joe Dwyer about arrangements.


We are appealing to everyone to get their membership paid up asap.


To our Chairman Tom Shelly and his wife Margaret who recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.


In a quiet week for the Juvenile club, the under 16s had a good display against Grangemockler, and ran out winners on a score line of 4-6 to 1-9. Jamie Carey played a stormer in goal. In midfield Dominic Blake impressed, and Billy Barrett led the attack from full forward.. Keep up the good work, and we shout be in with a shout in the later stages.


On Easter Sunday, April 8, the annual Dawn Mass will be celebrated on Derrynaflan Island at 6am.


Killenaule ICA will host a Cookery Demonstration in St Mary’s Hall on Sunday, April 1, at 3pm with Patricia Barry on Easter treats, starters and desserts. Tickets E10 includes demonstration, afternoon tea and raffle.


Best Wishes to Margaret and Tom Shelly, Castlequarter, who recently celebrated their Ruby Anniversary with a meal in Clonmel park and followed by celebrations in the Bit and Bridle, Killenaule, where many relatives and friends attended.


Final Match to win League Title in Cullenlatin on Sunday, April 1. Please support.


On Saturday night the soccer sister had a visit from Cashel underage teams and had a great evening of soccer. The three pitches were used for U9, U11,and U13 matches. Next week is the last of the soccer sisters. The soccer sisters Easter camp will run from Monday to Thursday, April 2 to 5, from 10am to 1pm book on line at, all are welcome.

The senior team travelled to Cashel on Sunday for a practice game before next Sunday’s shield match against Two Mile Borris at New Hill. The Killenaule team played excellent soccer throughout the game and opened up Cashel all through the first half and scored at will. Cashel played away better in the second half and kept the game close but Killenaule opened them up again for the last 20 minutes.

Team: Sharon Hanley, Hannah Stapleton, Nell Trehy, Emer Barry, Erin Slattery,Eidin Murphy, Aoifa O’Connor, Aine ODonovan, Katie O’Regan, Michelle Meagher, Roisin Trehy, and Aimee Moloney, Shauna Hayes, Edel O’Dwyer, Roisin O’Regan