25/03/2013: The U10's will take part in the Go Games Blitzes as shown below. Kildysart are hosting one on 27 April 2013.
All matches for U10 will be played in the Go Games format.
01/06/2012: The U10's took part in the Brian Casey Memorial Tournament Go Games Fun Blitz and played in matches against two Lissycasey teams and Clondegad. The team played very well and everyone got to play in all three matches. The players got medals for their participation.
Front row: Jack Cotter, Dean Sheehan, Adam Hayes, Katie Donnellan, Sinead McCann, Amy Murphy, David Murphy. Back row: JJ McQuaid, Eimhin Fenton, Roisin Donnellan, Hannah Mikhail, Sinead Kelly, Fergal Ginnane, Conor Moloney, Conor Hassett, Kieran Lorigan, Joe Kelly — at Lissycasey Gaa Club
28/04/2012: Our U10s played in Go Games hosted by Kildysart GAA club. The other teams who attended were Lissycasey, Clondegad, Na Fianna and in total 72 children took part. The games commenced at 11 and Kildysart first played against Clondegad, in which we held our own despite a slow lazy start. Next up was Lissycasey, which resulted in a better game with some great skill points. Now we were awake and showing great signs of some good football and last game of the day was against Na Fianna. This was the best game of the day for us as at the end both teams were level on points and skill points. It was great to see so many parents supporting the young players and thanks to all who helped on the day. Looking forward to next outing !
14/04/2012: The U 10s played their 1st Go Game away in Labasheeda. There was a great display of football skills from the team and everyone got plenty of time on the pitch and in different positions. Taking part for Kildysart were Katie Donnellan, Roisin Donnellan, Amy Murphy, Sinead Kelly, Conor Hassett, Fergal Ginnane, Adam Hayes, David Murphy, Conor Moloney, Leah O'Donnell, Kieran Lorrigan, Evan Sheehan and Jack Cotter. JJ McQuaid is still on injury list recovering from a broken leg. The other teams were Shannon Gaels, Gaels/Coolmeen, Clondegad and Kilmihil.
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