Best of luck to the Senior Camogie team and management in the league shield final.
Sunday 8th August
Donard v Moorefield
Venue: Donard, 7.00pm
Best of luck to the Senior B team and management in the Reserve League Final.
Friday 30th August
Moorefield v Athy
Venue: Hawkfield, 8.00pm
Tickets can be purcahsed here….
Best of luck to our 2020 Minor team and management who are playing last year’s Championship Semi-Final on Saturday.
Moorefield v Kilcock
Venue: Manguard Plus Hawkfield, 7pm
Tickets are available on the link below
Congratulations to the Reserve B team on their Reserve Football League Div. 7 Final. Thanks to everyone for the support during the campaign.
Moorefield 3-17 Sarsfields 0-12
Get your candle bags for this year’s Relay for Life!
Our relay will take place on 21st August. Bags can be purchased at the clubhouse on Saturday mornings from 11-12 or alternatively contact Tony Murray on (087) 103 8084.
Let’s help celebrate and remember those who have lost their lives to cancer.
New draw dates have been announced for the Club Car Draw…
Please returned any sold tickets to Mick O’Neill or Frances Kelly
Get your Club Car Draw tickets from any of our executive members to be in with a chance of winning 16 prizes.
You will also be entered in an internal monthly draw where 5 people will win €100 each.
Support your Club, Support your County
Best of luck to Aaron Masterson, Ryan Houlihan and Mark Dempsey in the Leinster Final.
Congratulations to Nathan Hanniffy Doyle and Jack Butler who have been named on the Kildare Under-15 Development squad.
Congratulations to Sam Ryan who made the Celtic Challenge squad for County Kildare and the Kildare Under-16 Hurling panel and the Kildare Football Under-16 Development Squad.
Best of luck to Sam, the team and management in the coming year.
Hard luck to Muiris Curtin, Conn Kehoe, Aidan O’Brien and the Under-20 Kildare hurling team and management who lost the championship quarter final.
We are delighted to announce that our club merchandise can now be purchased directly from the O’Neills website. Follow the link to see our full range…
Mechandise can still be purcahsed through our Club Shop. For a full list of merchandise click here…. Club Shop Merchandise Range
GAA Covid-19 Update for Clubs in the 26 Counties- 2nd July
Attendances; As you are aware, the Irish Government on Wednesday confirmed an increase in spectator numbers at sporting events with 200 spectators allowed at Gaelic games events in the 26 Counties from this Saturday, July 3rd. This number is in addition to the official panel/backroom team allowance of 40 per team, stewards or media attendees.
Where a ground has a minimum accredited capacity of 5,000, a maximum of 500 spectators can attend.
It is essential that all of those hosting and attending our games remain conscious of Government and GAA guidelines and follow the advice and instructions of stewards at our games.
Other Restrictions There are no other significant changes for Gaelic Games in the latest relaxations in the South. Below is a summary of the restrictions that remain in place for Gaelic Games
Dressing Rooms For club games, dressing rooms must remain closed. This is to ensure the risk of players or backroom personnel being classified as Close contacts is minimised. As in the Summer of 2020, Players should arrive ready to warm-up, play and leave the ground once the relevant game is over. Continue reading