A POC Fada competition will take place in the Kerry Head region of Ballyheigue on June 1, with the first puck being taken at 3pm. Clubs are requested to send one senior player and one U16 player.
This competition is encouraged by Croke Park and the Munster Council to be held in a open area such as the likes of Kerryhead mountain overlooking the Shannon and into Tralee bay that carrys a huge tourist attraction and great scenery. The competition should be enjoyable and will add a competitive edge for the players taking part to pit their striking skills against each other and to become Kerry's Poc Fada county champion who will then represent the county at the provincial finals in the Cooley Mountains in Louth on August 3.
The winner of the Kerry Championship will receive a county medal and second and third will also receive presentations. All taking part will receive a memento of the occasion.
Please send names of players who will be representing your club to email@example.com by Friday, May 24. Full details of the event will be sent to clubs closer to the competition date.
Kilmoyley on track
KILMOYLEY hurling club are holding a fundraiser at Tralee Dog track on Saturday, May 25.
The club is currently upgrading the dressing rooms at a cost of €13,000. The club is urging all its supporters to support their efforts and to come out on May 25 and enjoy a great night out at the dogs.
TRALEE Parnells in association with Byrne's Spar Tralee are holding an Under 12 hurling blitz on June 2 in Kerins O'Rahillys GAA Grounds.
It's a six team eleven-a-side event with six celebrity managers namely Andrew Morrissey, Arthur Spring, Siobhain Fleming, Johnnie Wall, Ricardo Leonard and Bernie Breen.
With the help of the celebrity managers we plan to raise money and awareness for the Bee for Battens charity.
ABBEYDORNEY were defeated by Kilmoyley on a scoreline of 3-11 to 1-8 in Division 2 of the County League.
O'Dorney got off to a good start with a goal by Tony Cunningham in the opening minutes and they led at half time; O'Dorney 1-6 to Kilmoyley's 0-5.
Kilmoyley played better in the second half with Aidan McCabe, Luke Fitzell and Brendan Harris standing out.