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A South Galway GAA club has begun a mental health initiative which proponents hope will spread nationwide. Kilbeacanty GAA Club recently launched its Be Well programme, dedicated to maintaining and improving the mental and physical well-being of ...
<b>Kilbeacanty</b> GAA spreading Be Well message
The 2015 Kilbeacanty seven aside hurling tournament takes place this June Bank Holiday Monday. This year's competition coincides with the club's 130 year anniversary celebrations and the official opening of the recently re-developed pitch in Kilbeacanty.
Kilburn Gaels player Stephen Lambert from Kilbeacanty and who now lives in London, pictured with his parents Patricia and Tom and sister Lisa, after his team defeated Cappataggle in the All-Ireland Intermediate Club hurling semi-final at the Gaelic ...
Offaly hurling on its knees and prospects look bleak
These are Gort, Beagh, St Thomas's, Kinvara, Ardrahan, Kilbeacanty, Balindereen, Clarinbridge and Craughwell. It is hoped this project will eventually be expanded throughout the whole county. The group has the backing of charity Console, which provides ...
Florrie McCarthy typified the best of the Irish male's association with sport. The local publican, who died three years ago, was “a legend of Kilbeacanty hurling”, as the Galway club's Twitter account noted. When he was done with wielding a stick on ...
Sidelines, darts and Lycra: the sporting soul of the Irish male
Portumna and Galway hurler Damien Hayes has spoken about his disbelief on being told of his county team-mate Niall Donohue's sudden death last autumn. The Kilbeacanty hurler, an All Star nominee in 2012, was found dead in tragic circumstances and ...
Damien Hayes speaks of disbelief at death of Galway team-mate
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