The club wishes to extend its thanks to SuperValu Ireland (Bernies Supervalu Roscrea and Buckleys Supervalu Birr) for the large donation of Footballs we have received from their Behind the Ball campaign.
The aim of this campaign was to get children in the local areas active and engaging in team sports.
These balls will be used in Coolderry Central School, Dromakeenan Primary School and in club with our underage teams.
Trails for Community Games (Shinrone/Coolderry area) U 11 team will be held on Sunday 12th March at 12.30pm in Shinrone. Players must be U11 on the 31st July this year. €2 entry fee plus copy of birth cert required. Contact Sean Tooher for more info 085 1746003
4th March saw 53 people complete a 5k at the end of their Operation Transformation campaign. It was a pretty miserable day with plenty of rain and very cold but that didn’t stop them making a fantastic effort. Well done everyone. Everyone is a winner but you can check out the results by clicking this link COT 5k Results 2017
A great night was had on Saturday 4th of March when Michael Fennelly visited Coolderry and officially opened the new Community Gym. He also gave a very interesting and stimulating talk on the importance of nutrition and sport. Check out pictures from the opening here
Applications are now being accepted to join the Gym. The application form and details can be downloaded here Coolderry GAA Gym App Form v2.
Membership for 12 months (from March 17 to March 18) is as follows
- €110 membership + €10 fob fee. (total of €120). This fee includes normal Club membership fee. For those who have already paid their membership the balance of fees must be paid.
- €30 once only fitness programme evaluation fee.
Membership to the gym will be completed when
a) form and €120 fee has been submitted to Coolderry GAA Secretary.
b) complete fitness programme evaluation with Julie McGuire. €30 fee to be paid directly to her.
c) fitness programme evalution report to be submitted to Coolderry GAA Secretary
The new Coolderry Gym will be officially opened on Saturday 4th March by Michael Fennelly, the famous Kilkenny Hurler. Michael is also a lecturer in Limerick Institute of Technology in the area of Strength & Conditiong and will also do a talk on the importance of nutrition for sport. Certificates will also be presented to those who completed the Coolderry Operation Transformation programme this year.The proceedings will commence at 6.30pm with Michael doing a short talk and Q&A Session. This will be followed by the presentation of the Certificates and then the opening of the Gym. All are welcome.