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 sean.breen@environ.ie. Deadline is Sunday night for inclusion in the following weeks Nationalist.


Clay bird Shoot.

Dundrum Gun Club will hold its annual clay bird shoot on Sunday the 7th of October in Ballymore Bog. DTL and Sporting .The natural mixed woodland setting is a wonderful background to what should be a great day out


Now that the work in the church is complete, the refurbishment work in the Community hall can commence. This week will see the start of the installation of the new heating system. After this is done we will have to carry out some cosmetic work on the interior of the hall which would consist of some plastering, carpentry and electrical. If anyone would be available to help with these projects we would be grateful if they could contact Kieran Slattery, or any Council member.


Preparations are in train for this years craft fair which takes place on October the 28th. The usual high standards in relation to quality and native origin of the produce on show will be maintained. Some new innovations are expected. Details and application forms are available from Michael Carew on 062-71187.


Junior (B) Hurling

Our junior (B) hurlers are down to play a must win game against Golden Kilfeacle on Sunday next the 7th of October in Leahy Park Cashel @ 4.30pm and we would ask all who are eligible to please make themselves available. Check fixtures list on the nationalist for details etc.

Congrats Brian

We congratulate clubman Brian Horgan, his fellow selectors, manager and the Tipperary Minor Hurling team and panel on their fantastic victory over a strong Dublin outfit on Sunday last in the replay of the All Ireland minor Final. Well done to all concerned on a very impressive display.


Keep up to date with club happenings on our website www.kdkickhams.tipperary.gaa.ie

Also Facebook “Kickham GAA” & “Kickham juvenile GAA” we 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. Tell family & friends that may be away and would like to keep up to date with club happenings.



The Tommy Kelly Memorial Tournament took place last Saturday in Kickham Park. Over sixty boys and girls took part with six teams playing in two groups of three. These matches were very competive with some great hurling from all the six teams. Team managers put great effort into their teams throughout the tournament. The tournament ended with three finals. The Plate-Final was won by Team F captained by Alan Butler, The Shield-Final was won by Team C captained by Shane Farrell, The Tommy Kelly Cup-Final was played between Team B and Team D. This match was a great game which had to go to extra time to get a result with Team B captained by Gerard O’Dwyer coming out on top over Team D captained by Cathal Carr. All teams received medals and treats and the Cup was presented by Vinny Kelly, son of Tommy. Great credit is due to the organisers of this annual event. Club officers, managers of teams and parents must be complemented on this great day for the children of the parish. Teas and sandwiches were laid on for everyone in the clubrooms afterwards. Many thanks to the ladies in the tea-room for this treat to end a perfect day!

U16(B) Hurling

Best wishes to our (U) 16 Hurlers who play North reps Ballina the Co.Final next Saturday. Throw in at 12pm in Borrisoleigh. Please travel and shout on this young team.


Our U12’s continued their winning streak last Saturday against Borrisoleigh in Dundrum. Their next match is against Templemore next weekend .

Our U6, 8 and 10 training came to a finish for this season last Friday. Training continues for U12’s only 6-7pm