Kilcummin GAA club held their AGM last Friday evening to a large attendance. Ciara Kelly in her first year as Chairperson acknowledged the immense work being done by numerous volunteers and sub committees in particular the development committee who are in the process of embarking on a further development in the coming months. She thanked those who were stepping aside from their different roles and welcomed new members to the executive.
Nessa McCarthy also in her first year as secretary gave a detailed account of the club activities and performances during the past year and expressed her gratitude for the co-operation, she received from the different team managements.
Treasurer Siobhain Brosnan’s report was detailed and professional as she outlined the financial challenges a club meets in keeping afloat in a given year. She reminded us of the value of the Lotto and the need for more people to sell tickets.
Niamh Dwyer (Vice -Chair) launched the club’s new website on the night and thanked those who worked so hard on the project as she outlined its value and potential going forward.
Mike Riordan (PRO) lauded the club members and wider community for their response to a number of charity events sponsored by the club in the past 12 months and reminded the attendance of the upcoming ” Pink Night” on Jan 6th.
Mike Morrissey (Juvenile Chair) gave a synopsis of the Juvenile activities in 2022.
President Billy Doolan
Vice Presidents Jerry Dwyer and Eugene McSweeney
Assistant Treasurer Marcella Doyle
Health and Wellbeing Breeda Duggan
Full list of club officers available on club website.
Club Development — At the AGM Paudie Healy and Sean B Doherty outlined the clubs finances in relation to further developments and informed the meeting that the club is now in a position to install field lighting which will commence as soon as the weather permits access to the field.
Sympathy — The club wishes to offer its sincere sympathy to the family of Liam Fitzgerald who died recently. A gentleman and loyal supporter he played his football in the sixties with the club. May he rest in peace.