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Club Maith

Club Maith

The Club are currently in the process of applying for Club Maith. Club Maith is a Club accreditation scheme that is unique to the GAA. It allows clubs to be benched marked against best practice standards across the full range of GAA club activity. The core areas include governance, duty of care, community outreach, culture and coaching and games.

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Fermanagh Ladies effort rewarded

Fermanagh Ladies

Well done to Darren Boyle and Fermanagh ladies for maintaning division 2 status for next season. The team have had a number of good results of late and now look forward with optimism to the Ulster Championship semi final on June 10th. The club is well represented by Aine McHugh, Roisin O'Reilly and Tricia Melanophy.

Kinawley GFC Golf Classic

Golf Classic

The Club are organising a Golf classic to be held at Blacklion Golf course on Saturday June 2nd. If you would like to enter a team of 4 players or take part as part of another, please contact Darren Boyle on 07784402106.

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Healthy Hearts, Healthy Lives

Healthy Hearts, Healthy Lives

On Saturday 19th May, 2012, from 10am, Kinawley GAA is facilitating a Cardiac Screening day whereby male or female club members between the ages of 14-35 years old are eligible to be screened. This event is organised by “Health Hearts Healthy Lives”, a mobile heart screening service, set up by former GAA players John and Tony McEntee.

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A day in Croke Park

A day in Croke Park

The primary boys and girls of the club were delighted to be chosen to visit Croke Park on Wednesday April 11th. They were all able to showcase there skills on the hallowed turf and get a behind the scenes look at the famous stadium-Thank you to all mentors who coordinated the trip.

Support St. Aidan’s

Support St. Aidan’s

Kinawley GFC expresses its full and unanimous support to the St Aidan's Community Action Group and the St Aidan's Board of Governor's in their work to see the secondary school in Derrylin remain open.

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KinawleyGFC RT @GAA_Stats: #OTD 1,003 years ago, Brian Boru died. He is noted in club names such as @KinawleyGFC & @brianboruscamog https://t.co/dunJRQ