Our Senior men face Listry on Sunday 14th away in the next round of the County League at 2pm.
We ask if people can come along and please support.
Senior Men Development League.
Senior Development squad travelled to Kenmare on Saturday evening at 7pm where they came away with a draw. We thank all who went along to support.
The final score was John Mitchels 0-17 Kenmare Shamrocks 1-14. Well done to players and management.
Stay tuned for the next fixture, details to be confirmed.
Training continued in very testing conditions on Thursday last with a great attendance and a huge effort was made by all players. A further training session took place on Sunday in a slightly drier climate and again the large attendance put in a solid effort in the various skills of the game. We had no fixture in the Donal Curtin this week but look forward to our next game in the competition an away trip to Southern Gaels where hopefully we can get our campaign back on track with a positive result in South Kerry.
Training continues this Thursday at 7.15 in preparation for that fixture and as always new members are always more than welcome to join.
We had our first game of central region competition against Na Gaeil away. We were slow to get going but we finished very strong probably our best performance to date. The boys were very unlucky not come out of it without something. Against strong opposition we showed what we are made of. Our next game is on Monday the 08th at home throw in at 7pm against Castleisland Demonds who are a serious outfit as well, so all support welcome.
Under 16 girls
The Girls worked on passing drills and taking there points Monday evening at training in preparation for our Game away to Na Gaeil on Monday, 8th May Throw in 7pm.
Under 15 Boys
On Friday evening last we started our bid to qualify for the Feile competition 2023 our first game was against Na Gaeil which we won quite comfortably in the end.
Next up were Firies who proved to be very competitive leading by 2pts in the last minute, we switched off for a brief moment allowing Firies in for a late goal. We still qualified for the semi-finals which was played in Austin stack Park on Saturday morning against a very strong Keel/Listry team leading by a couple of points at the break.
On the restart we found ourselves on the back foot conceding a penalty to trail by 2.The boys fought hard to bring the margin down to a single point. We had a free fall short with the last kick of the game and lost out by a single point.
Fair play to the boys they left it all out there on the day but it wasn’t to be. The boys have a league semi-final coming up so we need to prepare for that. Training time tbc we will notify everyone through whatts app. Very hard luck boys but there’ll be better days ahead so be very proud of the efforts in representing John Mitchels keep the heads up boys Na misteallaig Abu
Also a huge thanks to Sharon Mc Donnell Harris, Shannon Martin and Emilia Obrusnik for running the shop on the evening of the Feile. Well done to all volunteers.
Under 14 Girls
The u14 girls Green team was in action on Friday night in our last game of the u14 NCP Co League. We hosted Dr Crokes and knew that a victory would see us qualify for the semi finals of the competition.
Dr Crokes were going to provide a significant test, and in addition John Mitchels were missing a number of key players. As a result a number of girls were from the Gold team got the call to help out and to a person, they were outstanding.
From the start the Mitchels piled on the pressure and kept it there, creating numerous scoring chances and restricting Crokes to very few chances.
Under 13 Boys
Crokes came back into the game midway through the half, but Mitchels were in control and led comfortably at the half.
With a stiff breeze against them in the second half, Mitchels were expecting the Crokes to come back strongly, but an early goal from Kerri Falvey put Mitchels into a commanding lead, and they controlled the remainder of the half, with further scores from Caoimhe Nammock and a goal from Ciara Harris.
A well-deserved win for Mitchels, with Amy Noonan and Rhianna O’Brien excelling in midfield, and Nicole Hennig and Hannah Roche outstanding in the half back line.
Captain Sadhbh Corkery commanded the defence with Gia Sharma also standing out. A special mention must go to Alannah Doody, Anna Marie Perkins and Ally Spring who got last minute call ups and played outstanding football, working hard and ensuring the standard never slipped.
The Gold Team are in action on Thursday Next away to Shannonside Tarbert and we wish the team the very best of luck.
Under 12 Girls
Our U12 Girls had their first home game of the season at home. We welcomed Dingle to the club for Rd 2 of the North Kerry League lead by Captain of the match Mia.
Well done to our goal keepers on the night who were well supported by our backs who were under pressure from Dingle early on. Our forwards & mid field played a vital role and the huge effort put in by all 19 players who secured victory. Coaches are extremely proud of the girls.
Training continued on Thursday & Sunday in preparation for our trip to Beale next Tuesday night at 7pm for Rd 3 of the North Kerry League.
Training every Sunday 12-1 & Thursday 7-8 pm, new comers always welcomed.
Under 11 boys
This week our U11 boys welcomed Rathmore to John Mitchels for our last County Go Game of Phase 1. The weather went against us but that didn’t dampen the spirits. Our boys played some brilliant football against a big and strong Rathmore side and we were very proud of them. Next Thursday we don’t have any game but will train from 6-7 on the main pitch.
Neither team got out in competitive action this weekend, but the boys had earned the weekend off after a few tough weeks, where both the gold and green teams played some excellent football.
We trained well this week in anticipation of phase two of the championship and the lads are raring to go again.
Management, players and the club would also like to wish our walking wounded a speedy recovery and we look forward to welcoming them back.
Under 8 and 10 Girls
Our u8 & u10 girls had a good turnout for Sunday morning training after the Bank Holiday break. A quick warmup followed by kicking, tackling and soloing drills, and a short game. Everyone had great fun with Some fantastic skills on display and we are looking forward to next Sunday morning’s training.
Training next Sunday at 10:30am sharp. New players always welcome.
Under 9 Boys
John Mitchels U9 Boys put in a fantastic training session on Sunday last. Our boys started out with good physical warm up & then on to some ball skills where they practiced there kicking & pick up’s. Once all that was done it was straight into games where everything they did previously came into play. We had 4 teams & played 2 highly competitive games amongst ourselves before we ended the session & well done to all involved fantastic improvements every week. Next Sunday we are away to Austin Stacks parents will be notified via text during the week until then kid’s keep on practicing.
Under 7 s boys and girls
We had a fantastic session on Sunday morning.
Kicking was the core skill practiced along with the hand pass.
Everyone is really improving and training was undertaken with smiles on faces.
We finished with some small sided go games.
Training continues next Sunday at 11am in our Ballyseedy complex.
As always new members are always welcome
Under 6 s boys and girls
We were joined by some of our senior players for training Sunday morning.
The boys and girls really enjoyed meeting the senior players who helped put them through the drills.
Favourite of the day was the obstacle course.
Training continues next Sunday morning at 11am in our Ballyseedy complex.
As ever new members are always welcome
Full Body Strength & Conditioning Classes Free for All Members.
Come along on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6am and avail of our free strength and conditioning classes being facilitated by George Bastible. All you need is motivation, an exercise mat and water. Open to all 18-year old’s and over.
Bingo continues on Wednesday and Friday nights. Eyes down at 8.30pm sharp at Chamfers John Joe Sheehy Road Tralee. Please note that only patrons 18 years and over are eligible to play bingo and proof of age will be required on request. Any persons under 18 years of age cannot unfortunately attend bingo.
John Mitchels GAA Club Lotto Results: Sunday 07th May 2023. This week’s Lotto numbers are 9, 12, 28 & 32. The numbers today were drawn by George Lowe and Peter Murphy. There was no winner of the Jackpot of €3,500.00. Congratulations to our four lucky dip winners this week:
€25.00: Margaret Fitzgerald
€25.00: Paul O Donoghue
€25.00: Diarmuid Coffey
€25.00: Karen Sweeney
Next week’s Jackpot is €3,550.00 and the draw will take place on Facebook Live on Sunday 14th May 2023 at 11am. Ticket sales close at 9am sharp. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here: bit.ly/3LlAIYu
We thank you for all your support.
We have a clothes bank on site having joined up with St Vincent De Paul to raise much needed funds for both John Mitchel’s and SVP. All donations welcome.
John Mitchels Sports Complex & Chamfers
If anyone is interested in hiring the hall for indoor soccer, basketball etc. or our Astro turf please contact club reception on 066 7197070. We are also hiring out our old clubhouse on the John Joe Sheehy Road. You can hold dance classes, meetings, fitness classes, book clubs you name it we can cater your needs. For more information, please call us on 066 7197070 and we will be glad to assist.
John Mitchels Membership for 2023 is Now Open! Membership is a vital part of ensuring the clubs continued success and development. Whether you are a player, coach, supporter, parent of a player or member of the wider community, we welcome all members at John Mitchels. You can still take out your membership through our website or by calling to Ballyseedy any Sunday morning from 10.30 until 12 where Club Registrar Georgie Lowe will be available to take payment.
On behalf of all in John Mitchels we also extend a sincere sympathy to the families of the following:
Des Moore, Kilmore, Foxford, Mayo / Raheny, Dublin / Kells, Meath / Tralee, Kerry
Dolly (Catherine) Lawlor (née Duggan), Ogham Rian, Ballinorig and formerly Old Marian Park, Tralee, Kerry
Joan Mulcahy (née Hilliard), Lisnagree, Camp, Kerry / Tralee, Kerry
Eileen Moriarty (née Daly), Fenit, Kerry / Tralee, Kerry
Jerry Horgan, Oakpark, Tralee, Kerry / Cork
John Joe Harrington, Clahane, Ballyard and formerly of Ballinorig, Tralee, Kerry
Elsie Mallon (née Carmody), Caherslee, Tralee, Kerry / Ardfert, Kerry / Swords, Dublin
John O’Callaghan, Racecourse Road, Tralee, Kerry / Cork
Ellen Clifford (née O’Shea), Two Mile School, Killarney and formerly of Ballymacpierce, Gortatlea, Ballymacelligott, Tralee, Kerry / Killarney, Kerry