Recent Bereavments.

Eddie Forde R.I.P.
We have just received the sad news of the death of Eddie Forde in Dublin and  late of Ringaskiddy. Eddie was a former hurler and footballer with the Club.  He was an outstanding under age player and played in the club’s first ever under 14 Hurling South East Final against St. Patrick’s Upton in 1960 when Ger. Coveney was in charge. He won a South East under 21 football medal with Shamrocks in 1967. He played Intermediate Hurling and Junior Football with the Club and played football with his Alma Mater Colaiste Criost Ri.
He was a member of an old Ringaskiddy Family who ran Forde’s Pub ( now The FBI).  His brother Michael was a member of the Shamrock Junior Hurling side that won the S.E. title in 1959.   He was predeceased by his other brother Denis.
Deepest sympathy is extended to his wife and family.
Breda Barry  R.I.P. late of Shanbally;
Earlier this week the death of Breda Barry in Toronto, Canada was announced.  Breda was married to Joe O’Sullivan of Castle Farm and after getting married in the mid 1950’s emigrated to Canada.
Joe died in 1981.   Breda made many visits home over the years and perhaps part of her never left Ireland.
We send our profound sympathy to the Barry and O’Sullvan families.
Covid-19 Virus.
At this most challenging time in all our lives, the GAA has announced a new initiative in partnering with Musgraves (SuperValu and Centra) to assist Ireland’s elderly and the most vulnerable in communites across the island.
The Club has decided to support our local communities by taking an active part in this initiative with Barry Collins SuperValu Supermarket in Carrigaline.
Working together, we will establish a volunteer support network to assist with the delivery of essentials (groceries, pharmacy prescriptions etc.) to elderly and isolated members of our communities.
Please contact the following numbers if you wish to avail of this service.
086 834 9492 or 087 756 3319

Covid-19 Virus.

See below a poster from the GAA on how to keep the players and yourself busy during the current time

Covid-19 Virus

The Club has been informed that certain individual(s) have ignored electronic communications and public notices to cease ALL activity on Club grounds/premises. This contravenes instructions issued by GAA HQ in conjunction with the HSA and will not be tolerated or condoned by the Club. These infringements cannot be repeated and the Club again requests co-operation from all it’s members and the general public in the locality.