Kilworth GAA Notes 31st March 2022 2022-04-04 12:22:00


Kilworth 2-19 Kildorrery 1-19

Our Premier Intermediate hurlers continued their winning start to the Red FM Division 2 league on Sunday evening last as they defeated Kildorrery 2-19 to 1-19. This round 2 clash played in Kildorrery was close all through with Kilworth leading 2-8 to 1-8 at half time. This 3-point margin was maintained to the final whistle. Next up is a home tie with last year’s Premier Intermediate County Champions, Courcey Rovers in Kilworth on Easter Saturday (April 16th) at 6pm.


More than two years after Patsy O’Mahony was inducted into the Avondhu GAA Hall of Fame at the Avondhu GAA social, in December 2019, we finally got to host the home leg of the celebration in the parish hall last Friday night. In what is an Avondhu tradition, members of the North Cork Board travel to the home club of the Hall of Fame winner for a night of recognition and celebration to honour a great achievement. Due to Covid, lockdowns and after a few false starts the night finally went ahead and even though the current wave of covid meant a number of people who wished to attend could not make it, nonetheless a great crowd turning out to celebrate and congratulate Patsy on this wonderful and well-deserved accolade. This award has been presented by the board since 1968 with Patsy becoming the third Kilworth recipient following in the footsteps of Pad Coughlan RIP and Bill Magnier RIP. Patsy has given a lifetime of service to the club and remains as active as every being part of our weekly lotto committee, co-ordinator and driving force behind the Rebels Bounty draw, a key figure in any club fundraising venture and always willing and able to help with any work needed doing at our club grounds. Congratulations and well done again Patsy! Sincere thanks to all those who helped in any way in organising this most enjoyable event. 


There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot of €17,400 held on Monday March 28th, the numbers drawn were: 9, 22, 27 and 32. The lucky dip winner of €50 was Luke Wheeler c/o Ber Wheeler. The lucky dip winners of €25 each were Helene O’Sullivan c/o Online, Tom and Sean c/o The Village Inn, Pat, Darragh & Aoife c/o Patsy O’Mahony.  

Next week’s jackpot on Monday April 4th is €17,600.  Tickets cost just €2 each or 3 lines for €5 and they are available online, in the local business outlets or from your usual local sellers. As always, we would like to thank you for playing and the best of luck!


Club membership for 2022 is now due as we have reached the deadline date of March 31st. You can pay you membership online via the GAA membership site ‘Foireann’ and we would ask that you pay your membership as soon as possible. All existing and new members are welcome. As the playing season is upon us, all players and management teams must be paid up member in advance of returning to training and playing games. 

Full list of membership prices is as follows:

Adult players €50, 

adult (non-player) €40, 

husband (player) & wife €70, 

husband (non-player) and wife €55, 

OAP €20, 

Student (over-18) €30, 

juvenile (under 18) €30, (€30 for first & second child, third and subsequent children are €15 each), 

family 2+2 €100

family 2+3 €115


A date for the diary is Friday June 3rd when our annual Kilworth GAA club Golf Classic will take place at Fermoy Gold Club. Always a great event more details will follow in the coming weeks


Congratulations to The Palace Players and Kilworth Drama Group on their recent successes on the festival circuit and we wish them both the best of look for their remaining performance’s.


The club would like to extend its deepest sympathy to the Hegarty family Kilworth and the Cashman family Fermoy following their recent bereavement.


Red FM Division 2 HL Group A (R3); Kilworth V Courcey Rovers, Saturday 16th April at 6pm in Kilworth.

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