Split The Pot July 25th

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Details of this week’s competition above

Enter Here: Killcummin GAA Share The Pot Draw – Kilcummin GAA Club (


Senior Club Notes 4.7.21

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U-17 East Kerry League Kilcummin 7-13 Glenflesk 3-13

Both teams were without their county players which impacted more on Glenflesk than Kilcummin who were missing Dara O’Callaghan. Nevertheless, this was a good showing from our lads and in particular from our forwards who scored well when needed. Jack Fogarty got a hat-trick of goals, Paudie Moynihan got two with Sean Doolan and Mark O’Shea getting one a piece.



Monday 12th July @ 7.30pm Kilcummin V Dr Crokes U-17 East Kerry League

U-20 Club League Kilcummin/Rathmore V Laune Rangers @ 4pm in Kilcummin.

Previous result Austin Stacks 3-10 Kilcummin/Rathmore 5-10


Senior Co League Result Division 1 Dingle 0-11 Kilcummin 0-10

In recent years this has always been a difficult fixture but last Saturday our lads were unlucky not to get at least a point in Dingle on a wet evening that did not make for good football. Noel Duggan was our chief scorer accounting for seven points (four frees) while Kevin McCarthy and Gary O’Leary also got on the scoreboard. our next outing is at home to Dr Crokes on Sunday 18th July @ 2pm.


Senior Co League Division 6B Dr Crokes C 2-10 Kilcummin B 2-6.

This game was played in Lewis Road last Sunday and despite a spirited performance they lost out by four points to the home team. Stalwarts Daniel O’Leary and Richie O’Connor were the goal scorers but Jaden Tynan, Danny Cronin and Mikey O’Shea also played well. This rivalry is likely to be renewed in the final of the East Kerry league at a date to be confirmed.


Split The Pot Update Next Draw July 11th

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Senior Club Notes 13.6.21

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County League Div 1

Kilcummin 2-14

Spa 1-10


Our senior team got off to a great start to their county league campaign with an impressive win over Spa on Sunday last. The foundation of this win was a great second half display against the breeze that saw us outscore Spa by 1-6 to 0-2. Goals by John McCarthy and Noel Duggan were crucial but Kieran Murphy’s display at midfield was the catalyst for this fine performance.

The management team of Tommy, Mark, Kieran, Damien and Shane will also be pleased with encouraging performances of the younger players, in particular the likes of Philip O’Leary, Colm Kelleher, Danny Cronin and Andy Lowin. We play John Mitchels away next Saturday night at 7.30pm in Rd 2.

Team: Brendan Kealy, Oscar O’Connor, Kevin McSweeney, Donal Maher, Eoin O’Donovan, Padraig Nagle, James Nagle, Kieran Murphy, Colm Kelleher, Philip O’Leary, Gary O’Leary, Noel Duggan, Mikey O’Shea, John McCarthy, Kevin McCarthy. Subs Used: Danny Cronin, Richie O’Connor, Andy Lowin


Division 6 Co League Kilcummin failed to field a team in Rd 1 against Milltown/Castlemaine on Saturday last which is particularly disappointing given the desire by many to field a team in this competition. We are at home in Rd 2 to Tousist on Sunday next at 2pm.


Share The Pot Update

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Share the Pot next draw Sunday June 13th. GUARANTEED WINNER EVERY DRAW. A reminder to those who purchased €10 ticket on line which gave you 4 draw entries, these tickets are now due for purchase for next draw. Thank you for your support & we look forward to your continued support. Tickets available @, Kilcummin Post Office or Paddy O Keeffe’s Gattabawn €10 for 4 entries. €2.50 single entry.


Senior Club Notes 23.5.21

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Senior Football: Kilcummin compete in Division 1 and Division 6 of the county league that commences on the week-end of June 12th/13th. Our A team are home to Spa while the B team are away to Milltown/Castlemaine B. Damien McCarthy has joined the Senior team management team of Tommy Brosnan, Mark Moynihan and Kieran O’Donoghue while Dara Lehane and Dave Kearney take over the B team.

Get Ireland Walking ‘Keep Well’ Initiative: Kilcummin GAA Walking Track is open to all members of the community for a 6-week period from May 17th to June 28th (members and non-members) as part of this initiative. Just download the “Get Ireland Walking” App, find Kilcummin GAA and book your slot- as many as you want over the 6 weeks. Walkers must register their slots for both public health and insurance purposes. The App will facilitate a slot for an individual or family pod ensuring all are kept separate. Please adhere to public health guidelines. Download App httpps://

Sympathy: Is extended to the Kilcummin family of Denis Counihan. May he Rest In Peace.

Gym Membership: Is available for € 150 which includes membership of the club and access to its walking track and facilities. Contact Willie 085 7882288.


Senior Club Notes 16.5.21

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County League 2021

The County League in all divisions will have a different look this year with each division split into teams of six which means we will have only five Co League fixtures this year. The final details about relegation and promotion are to be finalised but it’s certain that teams will have to play without their county players. We will also have a team in Division 6 and they will also have five games.


Kerry Team

Congratulations to Paul O’Shea who made his debut for Kerry on Saturday and capped an impressive showing with a great point. Well done also to Brendan Kealy who was part of the panel for the day and selector James Foley. We wish them and their colleagues all the best for the year ahead.


Senior Club Notes 9.5.21

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Gym: We are actively preparing for the opening of our new Gym and and enhanced facilities and are looking forward to welcoming people to the facility. Membership of the club is available to everyone which involves use of the Gym, walking track, regular updates on club activities and entry into club draws for All-Ireland competitions tickets. The cost is a meagre €150 for the year and can be acquired by contacting Willie Fleming on 085 7882288.
Share the Pot: This is ongoing every 2 weeks and people can play online or at the Post Office and Paddy O’Keeffe’s. Please support as clubs are pushed to meet running costs particularly after the difficult events of the past year. We hope to recommence the Lotto shortly and look forward to returning to engaging with and working alongside the entire community.
Senior Management: Best wishes to Tommy Brosnan, Mark Moynihan, Kieran O’Donoghue, Shane O’Sullivan and Damien McCarthy in their role as Senior team management for the year ahead.

Return of Split the Pot

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We are happy to announce the return of the ‘50/50’ draw from early last summer over the coming weeks as we near a return to club activity.


Each week’s draw will see the overall amount collected for that draw halved between the winner and the club.


Each draw will take place live on Facebook.


There will be a total of four draws for a fee of €10 in total.


You can enter either from the following link below, Kilcummin Post Office or Paddy O’Keeffe’s Supermarket Gattabawn.


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Every second Sunday thereafter for the foreseeable future. 



Paddy Casey RIP

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Sadly on Good Friday again this year we are mourning the loss of someone associated with the club following the death of Derry O’Leary at this time last year.
The club was saddened to hear yesterday of the death of one of our joint-Presidents in Paddy Casey of Tournamanagh. Paddy played senior football for the club between 1951 and 1959 and although it was a lean period, Paddy and his team-mates always represented the club with pride.
However it is as a loyal supporter of the club that we will most remember Paddy by. He attended most games and took such pride in seeing us win the All-Ireland Intermediate title in 2019 and he never uttered a negative sentiment about the players or club in general. He appreciated the smallest gesture and always acknowledged the importance of the work of the club in the life and youth of the parish.
Many felt his interview with Marty Morrissey the night of the 2018 social was their personal highlight and a very touching moment. Above all else Paddy will be missed for his gentle nature.
May he Rest in eternal peace.