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Published 2 years ago 28th August 2021 by Editor

Our U7’s and U9’s were invited to Mullinahone on Sunday for a few games of football and had a fabulous morning at the unveiling of a plaque to commemorate Mullinahone players at Bloody Sunday. Thanks to CJ Kickhams GAA Club Mullinahone for the invite, a great day was had by all.

U9s Player Profiles

Name: Molly Regan
Age: 7
School: Grangemockler N.S Teacher’s name: Mrs McMahon Favourite sport: Football
Favourite food: Spaghetti Bolognese Favourite song: Giants
Favourite movie: Minnions
Favourite sports player: Tj Reid
Other than GAA, favourite sport: Gymnastics
Favourite GAA pitch: Grangemockler
What would you like to be when you are older? Gymnast & a Dj

Name: Cathal Michael O’Meara
Age: 9yrs old
School: Ballyneale NS
Teacher’s name: Ms.Dempsey
Favourite sport: Gaelic Football
Favourite food: spaghetti Bolognese Favourite movie: Home Alone (Lost in New York)
Favourite sports player: Lionel Messi
Other than GAA, favourite sport: Soccer Favourite GAA pitch: Croke Park
What would you like to be when you are older? A Pro. Soccer Player
Name: Seán Murray
Age: 9
School: Grangemockler N.S.
Teacher’s name: Ms Flynn
Favourite sport: Hurling
Favourite food: 1/4 pounder
Favourite song: Being from Tipp. The 2 Johnnies
Favourite movie: The Mighty Ducks Favourite sports player: Jason Forde Other than GAA, favourite sport: Soccer Favourite GAA pitch: Croke Park
What would you like to be when you are older? Tipp Hurler / Engineer

Name: Pippa Wallace
Age: 9
School: Ballyneale National School Teacher’s name: Ms Dempsey Favourite sport: Football
Favourite food: Pizza
Favourite song: Giants Dermot Kennedy Favourite movie: Frozen 2
Favourite sports player: Angela McGuigan Other than GAA, favourite sport: Basketball Favourite GAA pitch: Crokepark
What would you like to be when you are older? Teacher
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