Weekly Notes 15-6-22

U7 Hurling 

Fresh off last weeks match Tralee Parnell’s under 7’s were back training on the familiar ground of Caherslee last Friday, motivated by their manager, coaches and youth coaches Shauna, William & Adam these young players were highly focused on perfecting their hurling skills and were a dream to coach.   Congratulations to this week’s player of the week Éanna Griffin, well done Éanna.

U8 Hurling 

Last Friday the U8s girls had a fantastic training session. All the girls really got stuck in and had great fun! Leia Long was the player of the week.  Congratulations Leia.

Tralee Parnells U8s after another very enjoyable training session in Caherslee on Friday evening

U10 Camogie 

Our U10 girls travelled to Kilmoyley Saturday morning to play Ballyduff, Killarney and Causeway. The girls are improving with each week and it was great to see skill and determination on display as the girls fought to the end for every ball. Thank you to all the parents and players who travelled and many thanks to Cillard for hosting a great morning of Camogie.


Tralee Parnells U10s after a busy morning of Camogie hosted by Cillard last Saturday

U12 Camogie

Both of our 12 teams were in action on Monday evening in the County league, against each other! Both teams played very well and battled until the final whistle. The Amber team can be very proud of their display and got their reward by getting the final score of the game.  A big well done to Abbey Crowley (Blue team) and Amy O Mahony (Amber team) who were both awarded the most improved players for mid-season.

The combined Tralee Parnells Blue and Amber U12 Teams as they played against each other in the county league

U13 Hurling 

Our under 13 boys put in a very strong performance on Friday evening against Ballyheigue in the final round of phase two of the U13 county leauge. The boys worked very hard from start to finish and were fully deserving of the win. Well done boys.

Tralee Parnells U13s after defeating Ballyheigue in the final round of phase 2 of the county league

U14 Camogie 

The Blue team, played in a very enjoyable, competitive game against CillArd last Tuesday evening at home in Caherslee in round two of the county league.  Parnells played with the wind in the first half and had a comfortable lead at half time. They displayed their typical good work rate throughout the field and held out for a win of the narrowest one point margin. Well done girls, keep up the good work and admirable work rate.  Their round three match will take will be against Killarney at home on June 21st

Scór na bPáistí 

The GAA Scór na bPáistí competitions for primary school children will soon get under way. We would like to hear from parents of any younger club members who would like to have some fun and represent Parnells in any of the competitions: Figure/Ceilí Dancing, Solo Singing, Storytelling, Ballad Group, Stage Presentation, Instrumental Music, Set Dancing or Table Quiz.  If interested, please contact our Scór officer Damien on 083 048 6976


Summer Camp

There are still some places available for the club Summer camp for boys and girls aged 5 to 13.  The camp will run from Monday 18th to Thursday 21st of July, 10 to 1pm. Non-members are welcome.  Hurleys and helmets will be available to borrow from the club.  Come along and give hurling a try. Check our social media pages for the booking link

Féile na nGael  

Our Feile na nGael fixture details were recently released.  The boys can now look forward to taking on Mount Leinster Rangers of Carlow, Castlebar Mitchels of Mayo and Donaghmore Ashbourne of Meath. The boys are in group one of Division 3 with the games taking place in Trim on the 25th of June.  Depending on the results we then move on to the Shield or Cup competition.  Our go fund me page to support the cost of sending the team to Trim for the weekend is still active. Anybody who would like to show their support for the team can do so at: https://bit.ly/TPFeile


Congratulations to the Kerry Camogie team and to our own Katie O Dwyer and Ciara Maloney as Kerry had another win by defeating Dublin by the narrowest of margins in round 3 of the Intermediate championship.  Final score 0-11 to 1-7.