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    CUL CAMPS 2020


    2020 - 06.22


    This year’s Cúl Camp in Kiltale will be from Tuesday August 4th until Friday 7th.
    See attached link for registration, which opens this Wednesday. Please keep an eye on this website for times as there have been a number of changes already today and the website crashed this morning!
    If you previously booked you will have a Priority Access Code and that can be used now.
    For everyone else, please register on Wednesday.

    WE EXPECT THAT THERE WILL BE HIGH DEMAND AND WE DON’T WANT ANY OF OUR OWN MEMBERS TO BE DISAPPOINTED SO MAKE SURE YOU BOOK AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE

    https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/

    Fundraiser complete…..!


    2020 - 06.21

    So we’re done – what a great day and night we had.

    The 24 hour relay has now finished however the go fund me page will remain will remain open until Friday evening at 6pm.

    Later Friday evening we will announce the final result and do the draw for the tv for those who entered through the go fund me page.

    Finally a massive thanks to Stephen, Brian, Denise, Jess, Cheyenne and all the organising committee and everyone that helped throughout the day and night.

    Finally finally, it couldn’t have happened without all the players and others who did the run, walk or Tractor run.

    Walking track now open – please come and use this great facility


    2020 - 06.19

    Men on the Move


    2014 - 08.12

    At the launch of the Men on the Move project at Trim Castle were (L to R): Philip Cassidy (Irish Cycling Legend), P.J Gallagher (Comedian), Ruairi Murphy (Meath LSP) and John Tobin (Friends of St. Josephs, Trim).

    At the launch of the Men on the Move project at Trim Castle were (L to R): Philip Cassidy (Irish Cycling Legend), P.J Gallagher (Comedian), Ruairi Murphy (Meath LSP) and John Tobin (Friends of St. Josephs, Trim).

     

    Meath Local Sports Partnership in association with the HSE is launching an exciting new project Men on the Move in Meath this August 2014.

     

    Men on the Move is aimed at men in Meath aged 30 and over to get them active, have fun and improve fitness levels. Men on the Move will offer men a variety of activities throughout this new project. It involves weekly activity sessions which are tutor lead.

     

    You don’t need to be fit to take part- the training sessions are structured so that you can find the level appropriate for you to join and progress your fitness at a pace to suit you.

     

    The Men on the Move project will commence with an information evening on Wednesday 27th August at 8.30pm in Kiltale GAA.

     

    The information evening will outline what the Men on the Move activity programme involves and also includes a FREE health check for men so call into the above venue for your health check or just a chat about your health.

     

    If you are interested in Men on the Move contact Ruairi Murphy, Meath Local Sports Partnership on 046-9067337 or email rmurphy@meathcoco.ie

    General Overall Hurling-Specific Club Story


    2009 - 01.01

    General Overall Hurling-Specific Club Story goes here.