Articles Posted in the Archive 2017 Category

  • Mini Moores Bus

    Mini Moore’s will now provide a bus service to Moorefield for Mini Moore’s training on Saturday mornings. The bus will collect children at 10:30am at Scoil Mhuire and at 10:45am at the Curragh and will drop them back to collections points after training. This service is only provided for children & parents/guardians who have no […]

  • Called Off

    The ladies league games fixed for tonight are called off!

  • Leinster Hurling League- U13, 15 and Adult

    Leinster Hurling League Fixtures

    Well done to our hurlers who won the first round of the Division 4 Leinster hurling league on Saturday.
    Carlow Town 1-13 vs Moorefield 2-11
    Their next game is at home to Ballyboden St Endas next Saturday at 3pm

  • Club e-mails

    All club e-mails have been assigned for 2017. If you haven’t received your password or can’t access your account let us know!

  • Camogie and Hurling School Blitz- Cancelled

    Moorefield GAA are running a camogie and hurling blitz on Friday, 3rd March at Moorefield GAA from 11am-2pm for schools in the South Kildare area. It is aimed at 5th/6th classes (u13s). If your school are interested in taking part, or for more details, please contact Joanne Hyland at or at 086-1053113.

  • Cork vs Kildare, Newbridge Moorefield Hurling and Camogie

    Spot the Beanies- Cork vs Kildare

    Which of these things are not like the other? Two Cork people are putting on a brace face wearing club beanies after being defeated yesterday in St Conleth’s Park.

  • Master’s Football Team 2017

    Kildare Masters Football over 40’s training will continue this coming Friday and every Fridaybetween from 9-10pm on The Astro Turf in Robertstown as we continue our preparations for our participation in the ‘Cairde-Friends Matter’ Tournament in Dingle Co Kerry on the weekend of April 1st 2017 and the All-Ireland Series later in the Year.
    Anyone interested in getting involved please contact the Manager:-
    Noel Casey 086 6084703

  • Mouthguards and Helmets

    ~ All Gaelic footballers must wear a mouthguard in practice sessions and matches.
    ~ It is the responsibility of each individual player to use a mouthguard
    ~ A properly fitted mouthguard is the best available protective device for reducing the incidence and severity of sports-related dental injuries
    ~ Players can be sent-off in a game for not wearing a mouthguard
    ~ Players will not be covered under the GAA player injury scheme if they don’t comply with the mouthguard rule
    ~ No Mouthguard? No Game!

  • National GAA Draw 2017

    The G.A.A. National Club Draw will take place on Wednesday, March 8th 2017.

    Tickets are €10 and available from our Ladies Football team, Senior Team, Minor Team and executive members.

  • Pantomime 2017

    Well done to everyone involved in the St. Conleth’s Pantomime show “Peter Pan”. Great too see so many talented Moorefield people involved. Don’t forget to see the show from Saturday 28th January to Sunday 5th February in St. Conleth’s Infants School Hall.