Weekly Notes 10-08-22

Night at the Dogs 

Our night at the dogs fundraiser will take place this Saturday 13th Proceedings will get under way 7pm at the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium. The event includes a buster race where the ticket holder with the correct finishing order of the dogs wins the buster prize of 500 euro.  

There will be lots of novelty events for the children including heaven and hell, hit the target, sliotar bowling, Spikeball.  We will also have face painting and some live music by some of our talented club members.  Everybody will have lots of chances to win on the night including best dressed Lady and Gent, door prize raffle as well as some lucky dip spot prizes.

Tickets cost €10 with children U14 free.   This is a family fun event and we invite everyone to come along to what should be a fantastic evening in Kingdom greyhound track. Text 085 1355566 for a ticket or if you know of a business that can sponsor the event.

We would like to say a huge thank you to the Kerry Wedding Store who are the main sponsors of this event. 


U7 Hurling 

Our under 7’s were fired up for training last Friday in Caherslee, with talk of Mondays upcoming match in the air they were more than willing to put in the prep and will make formidable opponents. These boys have come along in strides throughout the season and are a credit to the mighty Parnells. Congratulations to this week’s players of the week: Éanna Sheehan and Enda Moriarty, well done to you both.

U9 Hurling 

Well done to our ever improving U9 boys who had two high quality away games against Abbeydorney on Wednesday evening. The boys showed great skill and determination.  Well done boys. Thank you to Abbeydorney for hosting the matches.


The Tralee Parnells U9s after a great evening of hurling in Abbeydorney

Minor Camogie 

Our Minor Camogie team travelled to Spa GAA on Tue 2nd August to take on Killarney.  It was a keenly contested match, with both teams putting in a spirited display and plenty of end to end action.  Killarney started brighter and had a goal from the opening encounters, playing with the benefit of a fresh breeze.  Tralee had also arrived with scoring ambitions and got themselves back into the game with a couple of goals of their own.  Killarney were more easily able to take points and it was all to play for as the teams broke for half time.  The breeze died down and was barely a factor as the whistle blew for the restart.  As the second half progressed, Killarney stretched out to a 3 point lead, but another attacking surge by the visitors saw Eugenie finish to the net from close range to tie up the scoreline.  Cumulative knocks and the inevitable effects of so much running and chasing, were beginning to take a toll on Tralee and Killarney finished the stronger with a late goal.  Overall it was a good spectacle and both sides will now look forward to upcoming county Minor round 3 matches.  Special mention to the under 16s who stepped up to the challenge and played some great Camogie.  We wish Shauna a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing her back training and playing soon.  Tralee Parnells Minor Camogie team on the night: Jessica O’Loughlin, Cíara Casey, Kirby Anne Ryan, Róise O’Donnell, Eugenie Kerins, Clodagh O’Sullivan, Abbie Canty, Kate O’Loughlin, Lana O’Connell, Shauna Harris, Rachel Sargent, Gráinne Diggin, Labhaoise Mansfield, Maeve Trant.

Clothes Collection

A clothes collection morning will take place on Friday 12th from 8.30 until 10am in Caherslee.  Please bring along any re-wearable Items of clothing as well as paired shoes, handbags, belts, towels, curtains or blankets.  Duvets, pillows, single shoes or dirty cloths will not be accepted.  All items should be bagged, thank you.


Congratulations to our U14 camogie players, Jessica Leen, Caoilainn Culloo, Georgia Kennedy, Eimear Dillane, Anna Chute, Órla Costello and Anna O Sullivan who were part of the victorious Kerry U14s panel in the All Ireland blitz in Abbotstown, Dublin at the weekend. Kerry had wins over Laois and Antrim to reach the Cup final where they defeated Armagh to win the Michael Kennedy cup.  The Parnells girls were a credit to everyone who has coached them over the years, they put in a super performance. Congratulations also to Parnells coach Sinead Dillane who was part of the Kerry management team.

Congratulations to U15 hurler Seán Míchéal Redican who came third in the pipes slow air competition 12 to 15s at the All Ireland Fleadh Ceoil in Mullingar at the weekend.  Chomhghairdeachas Seán Míchéal.

Congratulations also to our Tralee Parnells representatives on the Kerry U15s who beat Limerick and lost to Kildare in Limerick last Saturday. Well done Tomás O’Connell, Cian Harris, Will Sommers, Dan Moloney, Eoghan Costello and Jack Canty.

Tralee Parnells U14 camogie players, Jessica Leen, Caoilainn Culloo, Georgia Kennedy, Eimear Dillane, Anna Chute, Órla Costello and Anna O Sullivan who were part of the victorious Kerry U14 team who won the Michael Kennedy Cup at the weekend


The latest lotto draw took place on Monday 1st August. The numbers drawn were 8, 16, 22, 27.  The was no winner of the jackpot while the winners of the two luck dip prizes of €25 were Oonagh McGibney and Abbie Keegan.  You can play our lotto via the Clubforce app or follow the link at https://traleeparnells.gaa.ie. All support is greatly appreciated, thank you.

By protraleeparnells Mon 8th Aug