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Level 2 Kayaking Training: The LKCC Kayaking Training session on the weekend of 27th and 28th May at Ballinakill lake was a great success with out new paddlers trying out their new skills on the Thursday after on the Erkina.
Beginners Night: Join us on the Erkina on Tuesday 6th June for a beginners kayaking night, meeting at LKCC Club House, The Bridge, Durrow from 7pm until 9pm. All are welcome.
Tidy Towns CleanUp: Calling all parents and club members – we are meeting at the Bridge in Durrow on Tuesday 6th June from 7pm until 9pm for weeding and planting in conjunction with Durrow Tidy Towns.  All assistance is required and it’s a perfect opportunity to assist whilst your partner or children are     paddling on the same night. Bring tools and gloves!

Laois Canoe and Kayaking club making waves
Laois Canoe and Kayaking club making waves
Interested in Kayaking? Midweek Paddling is on Wednesday or Thursday evenings, please see our Facebook page for updated details. If you are interested in taking up paddling please keep an eye out on Facebook and on our website for introduction nights, training sessions and events for Junior and Senior paddlers – details at online.

Laois Canoe and Kayaking club making waves
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Durrow-Cullohill Parish Anglers held a Trout fishing for the Mick Monaghan Memorial Cup recently. The winner was – Niall Donohue; Second – Tommy Coffey and Third – David Walsh. The U18 winner was Dylan Carroll. The U16 winner was Daniel O’Regan and second was Dylan McDonald. There are a number of competitions coming up in the next month and all members will receive a text giving full details of the competition and all relevant information.
The Lions U12 Team played in the Nicholas Marnell Cup Final last Friday night, 26th May in Dermidus Pitch, Kilkenny against Evergreen B. Evergreen’s A team had been beaten by Dean Celtic and we had beaten Dean Celtic on the previous Monday night in the semi-final to qualify for this final.
Evergreen B had beaten Freebooters. It was a beautiful evening for a final and our lads started off at an amazing pace and never stopped untill the final whistle was blown. They scored two amazing goals in the first half – the first one was a corner from Bobby Murphy. The ball came in and Will Healy headed it to the net.

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The second goal came from a long distance clearance which John Paul Murphy got on the end of and he crossed it to Sean Kavanagh who blasted it into the net. From then on the Lions took control with Bobby Murphy, Ciaran Flynn, Jamie Dooley and goalie Laughlin Curran who formed a defensive line that was never broken and saw the Lions win The Marnell Cup.
Team: Laughlin Curran, Jamie Dooley, Ciaran Flynn, Bobby Murphy, Sean Kavanagh, Diego Pellicer, Sean Brennan, Will Healy, John Paul Murphy,   Captain Subs: Padraig Phelan, Michael O’Brien, Adam Waite, Kevin Meade, Brandon Donohue, Neil Stanley, Michael Fitzpatrick.
Date for your Diary: The Harps Annual Race Night will be held in Lennons Venue, Durrow on Saturday July 1st. Players and Committee members will shortly be selling horses for the event. Please support this vital fundraiser.
Reach for the Stars: Durrow Development Forum and The Harps are currently embarking on a joint fundraiser which will hugely benefit the community. We hope to run ‘Reach for the Stars’ in November. If you can sing, act, mime, dance or just want a be part of the fun – then please get in contact with any Harps GAA Committee member or DDF Committee member.

Harps GAA: Standing tall on and off the field
Durrow Sports Scene
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