The GAA Health and Well-being Committee have created a poster advising people on 'Minding Your Mental Health'. It contain some tips and advice for all this time. Click below to view this poster.
The GAA world was plunged into saddness on Wednesday with the sad passing of Oliver Gough. Oliver, very much a 'giant of the ash' was the last person to win an All-Ireland hurling medals with two different counties. Oliver played with Wexford winning two All-Irelands in 1955 and 1956, going on to play with Kilkenny and indeed win a third All-Ireland in 1963. For PM O'Sullivans Irish Examiner interview click here
Kilkenny GAA would like to extened our sympathies to Oliver's family at this time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a ainm.
The first player we have to discuss his favourite GAA moment is Mikey from the Dicksboro club. Mikey plays Under-11 with Dicksboro and has put together a lovely piece about what the GAA means for him.
With the fields of play closed for the moment Kilkenny GAA are calling on all clubs to get a player in their Bord na nOg section to write about their favourite moment, match or what they love about the club with pictures of themselves for to be published on the website. This is to help to remind us all of all the good things that have happened in each of our clubs in the past and will happen again in the future. Pado Flynn Pro Kilkenny Bord na nOg 083-4631641
Croke Park have once again provided an update for GAA club members during the continuing COVID-19 situation. For full details of the communication from GAA President John Horan and GAA DG Tom Ryan, click below.