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  • Frustrating evening for our U14s

    In what can only be described as a bonkers game of football, our U14s fell short this evening against a good Carras side. Despite some fine performances, especially from our younger players, at times the Carras forwards were too hot to handle and some near misses at the other end were the difference between the teams. However, our boys worked their socks off and all should be proud of their efforts. We have no game next week so we encourage all the boys to attend training.

  • First Boys U14 Match Under Lights at Kilmeena

    In a first for a Kilmeena boys team, a U14 challenge match was held under the brand new lights at the training pitch against Louisburgh. The place looked spectacular and we can all be hugely proud of the facilities at our club. The game ebbed and flowed with fine performances from all of our boys. With the first match of the season just two weeks away it was great learning experience for all involved. Well done lads!

  • Ireland Lights Up Walks 2023

    Our Ireland Lights Up walks are now finished for 2023. Thank you to everyone who turned up every week to take part. It has been a wonderful success. Watch our social media pages for news of further walking challenges coming up throughout the year.

  • U16 Boys S&C Program

    Here is the S&C program we are following for 12 weeks from 15th March. The links for the guidance video to each exercise are also listed below. The Full Program of Exercises (A to D's) needs to be completed three times per week. Twice at training and one on own at home ! Please fill out the section of the Booklet provided after each session. Knee Ability Zero, Step 1: Tibialis Raise FHL Calf Raise KOT Calf Raise A1- tib raise 25 reps A2- FHL calf raise 25 reps A3- tib raise 25 reps A4- kot calf raise 25 reps Patrick Step Modified Single Leg Romanian Deadlift Knees over toes Split Squats - Loaded Mobility The Good Morning B1- Patrick step- 25 left and right B2- RDL 25 L and R B3- ATG SS 25 L and R B4 good morning 25 reps How to Do Push Ups on a Bar The Pike Push-Up Tutorial Inverted Rows How to dead hang C1- press up 10x3 C2 inverted row 10x3 C3 pike press 10x3 C4 bar hang 60 sec x 3 Elephant Walk Step Long Sitting Straight Leg Raise How To Do A SUPERMAN LIFT | Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide D1- elephant walks 60 reps D2- L sit holds 60 secs L and R D3- super man holds 10 breaths x 3

  • Tackling Bullying Workshop

    Kilmeena GAA are holding a “Tackling Bullying Workshop” on Wednesday 22nd February. We are inviting parents and children from 6th class to 2nd year to attend this session. Guest speaker on the night is Eanna Casey Kilmeena GAA Clubhouse at 7pm on Wednesday 22nd February

  • Mayo County Council Cathaoirleachs Awards

    Kilmeena GAA Club is honoured to have been nominated in the following categories for Mayo County Council’s 2022 Cathaoirleach’s Awards: Community Partnership Award: Kilmeena GAA Healthy Club Project Community Social Inclusion Project: Kilmeena GAA Social Rounders Team Mayo Publication Award: Kilmeena GAA Annual Newsletter

  • Mayo GAA Stewards Training

    Are you interested in becoming a Steward for match days in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park? A Stewards Training Event will take place in Hastings Insurance Mac Hale Park on Saturday 4th March. If this interests any of our club members please contact our club secretary by Thursday, 16th February.

  • Membership for 2023 Season

    Club membership is now due for the 2023 season. Note: Registration deadline for GAA & LGFA is 31st March Log on to the GAA registration system to complete. Enter your username and password. If you have forgotten your username or password, you can click on the links at the bottom of the login screen and follow the instructions. Step 1, If its your first time completing club membership you will need to complete your profile. If returning member please check and confirm your profile details are correct. Step 2, Complete membership - As an individual (Adult) or - As a Family Note: Use a laptop or computer with a larger screen instead of a phone if possible when completing the initial registration steps. Register as an Adult: Individual membership (18 years and over) Click on Membership, then Membership Options. Click on the ’Single Playing Member (Mens & Ladies)’ membership option. Click on Register in blue at the bottom of the selected membership option. Fill in the required details selecting your preferences & consent to the Code of Conduct. Choose the payment option to complete the registration process. Register as a Family: Parents/Guardians of juveniles (17 years and under) Note: Adult children (18 years & over) must be registered as individual members. The following steps are very important, so please take time to complete all information correctly. Click on Family, create your family and add each member using “Invite Parent/Guardian” or “Add Child” & complete each member’s details, Date of Birth/Preferences/Consent. When inviting a Parent/Guardian, they will receive an email which they must acknowledge within 24 hours. Guide to setting up your family on Foireann Once the Family is setup and any additional parents/Guardians have accepted the invite to join, click on Membership, select the Membership option which suits your family. Click on Register in blue at the bottom of your selected option. YOU MUST now select each family member from the drop-down menu, enter details for each family member. After you have entered the 1st members details you need to scroll back up the page to complete the next members details, before moving on to payment, otherwise only the head of the family or those selected will be registered. Choose the payment option to complete the registration process. Note: Once payment is received and verified, the registrar will approve your membership and you will receive a receipt of payment to the email address you provided in your profile. All non-playing females should tick GAA when completing their registration. Thank you for your continued support of the club.

  • Presentation To Breast Cancer Ireland

    Kilmeena GAA Club recently made a donation to Breast Cancer Ireland after our fashion show. We are very grateful to Rachel Fitzgerald Feeley, Education & Outreach Co-ordinator for Breast Cancer Ireland who recently came to our clubhouse and gave a talk and advice on breast cancer awareness.

  • Mayo Association Dublin - Meitheal Awards Luncheon

    Kilmeena GAA Club are honoured to have been selected to receive the Meitheal award in recognition of its success in the All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship in 2022. The awards, which are organised annually by the Mayo Association Dublin, will be presented at the Mayo Association Dublin luncheon in The InterContinental Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 on Friday 3rd February 2023. Tickets cost €120 each and bookings for places/tables at this event can be made through Paul Sammin or Noel Howley 10% of the sales proceeds will go to Mayo Charities.

  • Ireland Lights Up 2023

    Ireland Lights Up is returning to Kilmeena on Wednesday 11th January 2023 at 7pm from Midwest Furniture. Bring a hi-viz jacket and a torch. And will continue every Wednesday at 7pm and Sunday at 10am. 5km walk along the greenway. All are welcome.

  • John Moore R.I.P

    Kilmeena GAA and parish are deeply saddened by the sudden and untimely passing of John Moore, Buckfield. John was predeceased by his father John Thomas, sister Eileen and infant brother Willie Joe. John was an active member of our parish and a former club player and coach. Like so many others of the time, John emigrated to London in 1984. He played football with Dr. Crokes in Hertfordshire and was part of the team in ’84 when they won the County Senior and ‘Sevens’ Championship. In 1988, John had the honour of being captain and trainer leading the team to the Senior Hertfordshire Championship. John returned home to Kilmeena in the early 90’s and played on the ’93 team winning a Junior County title defeating Ballycastle in a replay. In 1995 John was part of the management who helped guide the intermediate team to a Championship final where they lost out to Louisburgh. Over the years John was also involved with and helped coach various underage teams within the club. John was a family man and great neighbour. He was known far and wide through his passion for farming and involvement in GAA. He was a fun-loving character with a large smile and will be greatly missed in our community. All at Kilmeena GAA club would like to extend their deepest sympathies to John’s wife Nora, daughter Patricia, mother Sheila, sisters Bridie and Mary Teresa and to all his extended family and friends. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis’

  • Coaching Seminar for ALL Club Coaches

    Kilmeena GAA will host a coaching workshop by Paul Kilgannon of The CARVER Coaching Framework. The aim of the workshop will be to help the club ‘Build a Coaching World by creating a Learning Environment for the Player, Coach and Club’ and to enable coaches to ‘Be the best they can Be’ Paul is a Coach and Athlete Mentor, Author and Creator of The CARVER Coaching Framework which is used internationally across a number of sports and industries. He helps people build their ‘Coaching World’ and consults with Sporting Organisations and Clubs, as well as Corporate Entities in the area of creating Learning and Performance Environments. He has a particular interest in Youth Sports Coaching and has spent his adult life coaching across all age groups. This will be a comprehensive, principled based workshop and is relevant to male and female coaches of all age groups, levels and codes within the club. The workshop will cover areas such as: How a coach can develop a coaching philosophy and practice continuous improvement in their coaching. How the coach can create a learning environment for their players. How coaches can work together as part of an effective coaching team. How the club can create structures which can cultivate the conditions for improved coaching practices across all age groups. The workshop will take place on Wednesday evening, 18th January and will be approximately 2 hours in duration. Please keep this date free as attendance by all coaches is required. You will find out more about Paul at and @carver_coaching on Twitter and Instagram

  • Kilmeena GAA Club Newsletter

    This year's bumper edition celebrating an amazing year is available to download now!

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