Representatives from Killarney Credit Union were at a Killarney Camogie Club training session this week as part of their sponsorship of the U-14 team who attended the All-Ireland Féile na nGael. It was the first time in 34 years that Killarney qualified for this event and all of those who took part did themselves and their club proud.
Killarney Camogie Club, which was re-established six years ago, has been growing steadily and caters for U-8s right through to the older age groups.
Mary O Neill, Chairperson of Killarney Camogie Club, said: “We are delighted with the progress of the club to date and we are always delighted to welcome new members. We have girls attending from different clubs and schools in Killarney, and from different parishes such as Rathmore and Killorglin. The club is a great platform to make long lasting friendships through a team sport, learn new skills and have fun. We really appreciate the hard work and commitment of the trainers Ceara Moore, Paul O’Brien, Pat Sheehan, Melissa Culloty, James O’Sullivan, Fergal O’Carroll, and Mark Moore.”
Killarney Credit Union representative Helen Courtney Power wished the club all the best for the year ahead. The Credit Union provided sponsorship of kit bags and contributed towards training tops for the Féile.
Anyone interested in joining Killarney Camogie Club should contact Ceara on 086 2217774, Elaine on 087 2977720 or get in tough by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.