St. Kevin's GAA

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Following the 2021 club Annual General Meeting in St. Kevin’s Community Centre, 11th October 2021, the following officers and committees were elected. We wish the incoming committees the very best of luck for the coming season. 

Name Role Email
Paula Johnson
Johnny Meehan
Vice Chairperson
Andrew Agnew
Shane Darby
Assistant Secretary
Aine Clare
Sinéad Carroll
Assistant Treasurer
Aoife Clare
Deferred to following executive meeting
Assistant P.R.O
David Rogers
Club Registrar
Deferred to the following executive meeting
Club Development Officer
Aaron Callan
Grounds Committee Rep.
John Grimes
Community Development Officer
TJ Doheny
Under 21 Rep.
Matt Boylan
Óg Sport Delegate
Michelle Callan
Executive Committee Member
Michael Meehan
Executive Committee Member
Donna Marie Brennan
Executive Committee Member
Pat Callan
Executive Committee Member
TJ Doheny
Executive Committee Member
John Grimes
Club Committee Member
Johnny Meehan
Club Committee Member
Jimmy Murray
Club Committee Member
David Stokes
Club Committee Member
Billy Cunningham
Club Committee Member
Damien Johnson
Club Committee Member
Peter Brennan
Club Committee Member
Barry Leonard
Camogie Chairperson
Martha Reilly
Camogie Secretary
Marcella McCarthy
Camogie Treasurer
Deferred to next camogie meeting
Camogie P.R.O
Michael Grogan
LGFA Chairperson
Johanne Lynch & Susan Murray
LGFA Secretary
Sinéad Carroll
LGFA Treasurer
Deferred to next LGFA meeting
Andrew Agnew
Football Chairperson


Our U14 Black Camogie team travelled to neighbouring club Mattock Rangers yesterday evening where they came away with a great win. Mattock took the lead in the first minute with a point, however the Kevin's girls were quick to set the record and level 1 minute later from Mia Brennan. From then on the girls set the pace and never really looked back from that point.

The U13 team had a fantastic evening of football when they played host to Cooley Kickhams for 7th round of the Division 2 League last night. The Kevin's were first out of the blocks with Lorcan O'Connor who scored an impressive goal within a minute after the first whistle, Jack Ruane also quick on the mark scored the first of his goals only a minute later.

St Kevins maintained their good run of form with a hard fought win in the Upper Marshes tonight, and have now moved into the second place in the Division 2 able after they inflicted an impressive defeat on their hosts Dundalk Young Irelands.