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The Kerryman (Tralee Edition) - - CLUB NEWS -

PEIL FAOI 6/8/10

The U6/8/10 sea­son will com­mence on Sun­day next, Jan­uary 13th. Yes, we’re into a new foot­ball year agus, le cú­namh Dé, it’ll be a great year for all our young Rock play­ers. Sun­day morn­ing’s ac­tiv­i­ties will be as fol­lows: (i) Moun­thawk Gym at 11am.

UN­DER 6S

(boys born in 2013/14). (ii) UN­DER 8s .... at 12.00 (boys born in 2011/12) in the Moun­thawk Gym. (iii) The Green CBS As­tro­turf pitch will be the venue for the UN­DER 10 lads .... at 11am. Good luck, boys, par­ents and men­tors!

SCÓR NA NÓG

Best wishes to our club quiz team. Our lads will be in ac­tion at 7pm on Fri­day 18th Jan­uary in Cur­rans (Ionad Barr Fe­ab­hais CLG sna Coir­ríní). The Kerry quiz win­ners will go di­rectly to the All-Ire­land fi­nal a bheidh ar siúl i gCaisleán an Bhar­raigh, Con­tae Mhaigh Eo, i Mí Fe­abhra.

PEIL FAOI 14

Our un­der 14 boys will shortly be in full train­ing in prepa­ra­tion for the an­nual Nemo Rangers (Cork) Tour­na­ment which will be held at the end of Jan­uary.

CLUB AC­TIVISTS

We thank all who worked tire­lessly over the last 12 months to en­sure that Black’n’Am­ber teams, from Un­der 6 level to Mi­nors, had plenty foot­ball op­por­tu­ni­ties. Our young­sters had many suc­cesses and a few heart­breaks over the course of the sea­son but, most im­por­tantly, they had great fun/en­joy­ment/ex­cite­ment!

Thanks to our back­ground peo­ple, par­ents, grounds­men and cater­ers. Mórb­huíochas le/ to our ju­ve­nile sec­tion lead­er­ship team for ‘18: Uachtarán: Mícheál Ó hAodha; Cathaoir­leach: Tadhg Mac Mathúna; Leas Chathaoir­leach: Nol­laig Ó Conaill; Rú­naí: Mícheál Ó Lo­ingsigh; Cláraitheoir: Colm Ó Mongáin; Toscaire go Bord Thrá Lí agus go Coiste Réigiún an Láir: Seán Ó Slatara. Thanks, also, to our ‘18 men­tors: Faoi 6: Wil­liam Kirby, Tim McMa­hon, Jonathan Mag­nier, Keith McKen­sie, Wayne Quil­li­nan;

Faoi 8: Pa Laide, Michael Lynch, Micko Ho­ran;

Faoi 10: Ger Power, John Canty, Dex Car­mody, Lau­rence Cot­ter, Kieran O’Donoghue, Brian Shana­han, Joseph Walsh;

Faoi 12: Liam Lynch, Mike Casey, Mor­gan O’Con­nell, Richie Conway, Ro­nan Ka­vanagh, Éa­monn Heaslip, Brian O’Hal­lo­ran, Wil­liam Kirby;

Faoi 14: De­nis Say­ers, Kieran Browne, Éa­monn Scan­lan, Pat Slat­tery, Ed­ward O’Con­nor, Joe Smith; Faoi 16: Ar­min Hein­rich, Colm Man­gan, Tim McMa­hon, TJ Shee­han, John Ch­ester. Bhei­dís go léir molta dá mbeimis inár dtost!

CORN UÍ MHUIRÍ

Good luck to Tomás Ó Fear­aíl, Dó­nal Ó Ruairc, Ar­min Hein­rich, Jor­dan Ó Cíosáin, Conchúr Ó Mír, Eoin Ó Cearúill, Ben Cuiltéir, Seán Cuiltéir of the Tralee CBS foot­ball panel in their Mun­ster quar­ter fi­nal chal­lenge v Coláiste Bhréanainn, Cill Airne on Wed­nes­day next (16th). Guímid gach rath or­thu uile. Tá dúsh­lán mór rompu! 2019: ‘Hope all our stu­dents have set­tled back into school and/ or col­lege life. Go raibh téarma torthúil agaibh, a scoláirí!

AN CÓD IOMPAIR

The new Code of Be­hav­iour (un­der­age), which was launched at a re­cent in­for­ma­tion day, high­lights the lev­els of be­hav­iour re­quired by the GAA from those who are play­ing, coach­ing, of­fi­ci­at­ing or at­tend­ing un­der­age games. It has 10 dif­fer­ent sec­tions and has been up­dated to re­flect re­cent leg­isla­tive re­quire­ments that are now en­shrined in our Rules and in the day-to-day or­gan­is­ing of our games. Sec­tions in­clude guid­ance on main­tain­ing ap­pro­pri­ate lev­els of be­hav­iour when work­ing with young peo­ple, how to pro­mote the Code and deal with breaches of the Code, use­ful guid­ance on re­cruit­ing coaches and man­agers for un­der­age teams, how to plan away trips, the club child safe­guard­ing state­ment, deal­ing with bul­ly­ing, so­cial me­dia guid­ance and how to re­port con­cerns or al­le­ga­tions. The Code of Be­hviour (un­der­age) ap­plies to all GAA group­ings: peil, iomá­naíocht, camó­gaíocht, scór, hand­ball and rounders. Tá sé ar fáil ar www.ker­ry­gaa.ie.

PÍOSA BEAG EOLAIS

Did you know that Dublin won the se­nior foot­ball All-Ire­land fi­nal of 1891 and that Kerry won the se­nior hurl­ing fi­nal?

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